by Brian J. Mazurek, for Buffalo Raceway

HAMBURG, N.Y. --- Power And Grace showed she is still the dominating damsel at Buffalo Raceway as for the second time in three weeks she beat the boys in the $14,000 Open Trot on Saturday night (March 30). 
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Photo by Barnstormer Images    
Power And Grace defeats the boys once again.    
Driven by Drew Monti, Power And Grace ($3.20) wired the field in 1:59.2 over the good track. She held off Jacked (Joseph Chindano Jr.) by three quarters of a length while Johnny Boy (Kevin Cummings) was third.
The final four races on the program were cancelled as the drivers refused to race.
In the main event, Power And Grace went immediately to the lead from the five post and collected fractions of :30.4, 1:00.2 and 1:30.2. From there, the final panel was uneventful as Power And Grace stayed on task and had little problem in holding back Jacked and Johnny Boy.
Owned by Hartel Maintenance, Lormer McClure, Brett MacDonald and Reg Higgs, it was the fifth win in 10 starts this season for the 9-year-old mare Power And Grace (Holiday Road-Mark Of Honour). Trained by Ronald MacDonald, she has bankrolled $33,509 on the campaign and $413,962 lifetime.
Chindano Jr., who had five victories on Friday, posted a triple on the abbreviated card while Cummings added a pair. Samuel Smith had two training scores.
There's a 12-race program set for Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 p.m.
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