In the wake of the Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition, tomorrow's race card has been pushed back to a 4 p.m. start.
Qualifiers are scheduled for 3 p.m.
Highlighting Sunday's program is the second annual Don Kirck Memorial pace. Slated for mid card, family, friends and staff of Home Hardware Building Centre will gather trackside for a blanket presentation to the winning connections of the Memorial race.
The 12-year-old pacing mare Lady Gi Gi, owned by Jimmy Chambers of Bedford, is one win away from posting career victory No. 50.
Picking up her 49th win on Thursday's exhibition program, the competitive and game daughter of the affluent Ontario sire Camluck shows a life's best of 155.4, taken at Flamboro, and has accumulated about $120,000 in career earnings in 293 life time starts.
The three-year-old Kentucky Bred filly Natural Instinct, owned by Louis Willinger and Allan McNeil of Windsor, is making a name for herself at Truro Raceway.
Coming out of Woodbine in January, the Western Ideal daughter is showing a lot of talent and speed, scoring five straight wins along with a qualifying victory.
Last Thursday afternoon, she remained untouchable turning in an eye-catching mile, laying down a new record of 157.3 with co-owner Al McNeil between the wheels.
Ryan Ellis is stepping up his game with multiple win days being the norm and just another day at the office.
Thursday, Ellis boosted his yearly win total to 43 with a four-win night.
Popular horseman Darren Crowe sits in the two spot on the leaderboard with 28 victories.
Diane Daniels is race office secretary at Truro Raceway.