In advance of Saturday’s first leg of the World Driving Championship, Trot Insider sat down with Canada’s 2017 representative and a two-time world driving champion.
Drivers James MacDonald and Jody Jamieson discussed WDC jitters and keys to success. The interview, conducted last Friday, is available below.
Fields are now set for the first leg of the 2017 World Driving Championship, set for Saturday, August 12 at Century Downs in Balzac, Alberta.
Eleven of the top harness racing drivers from around the globe will compete in the first of five legs. Drivers will earn points based on their finishing position and the top point-earner will be declared the 2017 World Driving Champion and win $25,000 in prize money.
The Century Downs leg consists of five races, with the WDC races slated for Races 4-8. Each race will feature 11-horse fields, with Century offering a special seeded $5,000 Pick 5 on the WDC races.
To view the entries and for more information on the first WDC leg, click here.