The Arthur, Ontario resident led all Mohawk drivers during the week of June 11-17 with eight victories and is well on his way to another strong week after his five-win night Monday.
Henry started things off by capturing the first-race with four-year-old pacing mare Wild Dorothy at odds of 12-1 for trainer Matt Harvey. His second victory was registered in the third-race with Kyle Reibeling’s three-year-old trotter Yo Yo Mass at 4-1.
Continuing with the trend of winning the odd number races, Henry scored victories in the fifth-race with Jamie Copley trainee and five-year-old pacer Sports Lightning and the seventh-race with Victor Puddy-trained four-year-old pacer Bank Shot Hanover.
Henry completed his five-win evening in the ninth-race by guiding Puddy trainee and six-year-old pacer Next Thing Smoken to a blowout victory.
While young guns Louis Philippe Roy and Doug McNair have been dominating the driver standings this season, Henry has led all drivers during the last month at Mohawk with 31 wins since May 19.
Roy, who was held winless Monday, leads all Mohawk drivers with 59 victories, while Henry now sits second with 46 wins. McNair holds the third spot with 42.
Live racing continues Tuesday night at Mohawk. Post time is 7:30 p.m.