Day At The Track

Elim wins to Lewis Ale and Graceful Swamp

08:56 AM 30 Sep 2019 NZDT
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Lewis Ale,Harness racing
Lewis Ale
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The Saturday Solvalla harness racing program showcased two elims of the Grand Prix de L’UET 2019, each with 200,000SEK to the winners, each raced over 2140 meters autostart.
 
The first elim went to 14.3/1 Lewis Ale (4m Andover Hall-Ripley-Ride The Night) timed in 1.11.9kr with Mika Forss driving for trainer Thomas Korvenoja and Finland’s Lewis Ale Stable. This one now has eight career wins in 15 starts.
 
Stolethedshow (4m Dream Vacation-Abba Hall) was next for Christoffer Eriksson and third went to Forfantone AM (4m Muscle Hill-Tamla Celeber-Cantab Hall) for Orjan Kihlstom.
 
The second elim went to 2.6/1 Graceful Swamp (4m So Perfect-Zora Kemp-Majestic Son) timed in 1.12.6kr. Ari Mollanen teamed the winner that was bred and is owned in Finland and is sired by a son of Coktail Jet. He now has 29 career victories in 35 starts. Norwegian bred Max Brady (4m Cantab Hall- Hope Brady-Ganymede) was next for Geir Vegard Gundersen and third was Donatello Garbo (4m Wishing Stone-Genya Garbo) handled by Orjan Kihlstrom.
 
Later in the card was the Vermo Areena (300,000SEK to the winner, 2140 meters autostart, 12 aged five- seven starters) and 1.7/1 Milliondollarrhyme (5g Ready Cash-Nursery Rhyme-Credit Winner) scored in 1.11.6kr for Ulf Ohlsson and trainer Fredrik B. Larsson. Two Ready Cash offspring were second and third, Very Kronos with Erik Adielsson uo, and Esprit Sisu with Bjorn Goop teaming. This pair are trained by Svante Bath.
 
Early this day were two division of the Svenskn Travsports Unghdsterie. Each carried a 70,000SEK first each prize and each was raced over 2140 meters autostart by three year olds.
 
The filly division went to 24/1 Valuta E.W. (3f Chocolatier-Afrodite Sund-Supergill) timed in 1.14.6kr and reined by Erik Adielsson for trainer Bath. She has three 2019 wins in seven outings. The colt division went to 1.13.4kr timed and
2.4/1 odds Hail Mary (3m Googoo Gaagaa-Dreams US-Victory Dream) trained and reined by Robert
Bergh. He has three 2019 in four starts, this being the career.
 

Thomas H. Hicks

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