Day At The Track

$146,200 NYSS to Miller and Zeron

12:12 PM 12 Aug 2020 NZST
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Without A Warning, harness racing
Without A Warning and driver Scott Zeron
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YONKERS, NY - Yonkers Raceway hosted two harness racing divisions of New York Sire Stakes races for three-year-old trotting fillies Tuesday evening and the rail was the place to start from in both divisions.

In the first division, a $73,100 four horse race held before the wagering card, Love A Good Story relinquished the lead early from post position one to No Mas Drama, but then brushed by that rival and drew away to a length and a half score in 1:55.2.

Love A Good Story is a daughter of Chapter Seven and remains a perfect four for four in New York Sire Stakes action for Andy and Julie Miller and the ownership group of Pinske Stables, Kentuckiana Racing Stable and Daniel Plouffe.

Chapter Seven continues to lead the way for trotting sires in this year's New York Sire Stakes, with 83 wins in 184 starters and surpassed earnings of more than $1 million in the series.

In the second division, race two on the card, Without A Warning was bet down to 2-5 favoritism from post one and was an easy two and three-quarter length winner in 1:55.1. Scott Zeron drove the daughter of RC Royalty to victory for trainer George Ducharme and owner Raymond W J Campbell Jr.

 

The $1.8 million New York Sire Stakes Night of Champions will be Saturday September 12 at Yonkers Raceway.

Yonkers continues a four-day racing schedule, Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays with a first post of 7:12pm.

by Alex Dadoyan, for Yonkers Raceway

 

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