After having won two big races in a row, the win streak came to a stop in his last start.
He can be back as a winner again on Saturday.
That's when Who's Who is chasing the first prize of SEK 1 million in Sundsvall Open Trot.
Who's Who (V75-7) is going towards his best year since 2018, when he as a four-year-old won the Swedish Trotting Derby. This year he has taken the step into the older elite for real and he got his first big victory in Norrbottens Stora Pris in June, after a strong finishing rally. In his next start, he took his second big title when he led Hugo Åbergs Memorial from start to finish and made another SEK 1.609 million.
"These wins are of course a nice confirmation that everything we did last winter and also the feeling we have had was right. It's not just the fact that he has won, but also the way he has done it that has impressed me". says the trainer Pasi Aikio.
However, in Åby Stora Pris the win streak came to a screeching halt when Who's Who made a break shortly after the start. An accidental break.
Since he is racing again, he must feel good?
"We have gone over him and everything is well. He feels very good in training and I have no complaints. He has trained on the straight track and on the uphill track as usual. He trains well and feels really good".
"Should end up on the photo"
Milligan's School, who won Åby Stora Pris on the lead in a new world record time (1:11.9/3,140 meters behind the gate) is also in the race. But he drew the tricky post position eight behind the gate, while Who's Who drew post position four. So there's a chance of quick revenge for Who's Who.
"I don't look at it that way, that we are looking for revenge. Of course, you want the horse to race well and not make any breaks, but sometimes things go wrong. Just look at Very Kronos, who has made some breaks lately, but we all know he is a very good horse when things work out".
The latter drew post position three, immediately inside of Who's Who this time.
"We drew well and I'm happy with that, but Very Kronos won the draw".
Pasi Aikio plans to once again send out his super trotter in a blind bridle, an American sulky and without any shoes. The Solvalla trainer is not afraid to say that he is going to Sundsvall with high expectations.
"Normally, and if it works out with the trip he should end up on the photo".