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Canadian Round-Up: Forest City Sale and more

02:36 AM 14 Oct 2014 NZDT
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Jiminey Three, harness racing
Jiminey Three was the sales topper
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Jiminey Three was the 2014 Forest City Yearling Sale topper with a final bid of $85,000 on Sunday at the newly renovated Agriplex at Western Fair District in London, Ont.

Selling as Hip 65, Jiminey Three was purchased by Gaston Bibeau of Sorel Tracy, Que. Consigned by agent Preferred Equine, the filly is sired by Mach Three out of the The Panderosa mare Disneypan and is a full sister to Adventurepan ($136,700 - 1:55.2). She is also a half-sibling of No Pan Intended offspring Tomorrowpan ($546,291 - 1:52), Frontier Pan ($308,309 - 1:51.1) and Fantasy Pan ($224,050 - 1:54).

Ganacus Seelster, Hip 29, was purchased for $68,000 from the Seelster Farms consignment by agent David Menary of Rockton Ont. The colt is from the first crop of sire Big Jim and is the first foal out of the Dragon Again mare Goddesss Princess, who is a half-sister to the likes of Goddesss Justin ($451,482 - 1:49.4), Michaels Western ($403,288 - 1:51), Jacobs Western ($385,228 - 1:52), Allies Western ($306,245 - 1:51.2) and Justins Western ($297,037 - 1:52).

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Upset winner in Rideau Carleton feature

Dewey Beach pulled off an upset victory in the featured $6,500 Winners Over Handicap Pace on Sunday night at Rideau Carleton Raceway as he headed favourite Beach Runner A M at the wire.

Dewey Beach paid $19.60 to win as an 8-1 longshot in the nine-horse field.

Web Cam fired across the track from post eight to establish the lead through a :27.1 opening quarter with Beach Runner A M dropping in behind and Dewey Beach getting away third. Web Cam was a dominant leader though the half in :55.3.

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Wire-to-wire for Schooner at Inverness

Schooner led Inverness Raceway's top pacers from start to finish in the Sunday afternoon feature race for the second week in a row.

The son of American Ideal was driven by Alex MacQuarrie and the duo went wire-to-wire in 1:58 flat in the $1,000 Winners Over Pace. Jackson County, Bonny Mac and Surrealist completed the short field while Imbadimnationwide was scratched sick.

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Repeat win for Russian Kisses at Flamboro

Russian Kisses ($3.90) earned back-to-back wins in the $10,000 Fillies & Mares Preferred 2 Pace at Flamboro Downs as driver/owner Robert Shepherd sent the outside assignee down the road from post six in a 1:55.1 mile Sunday night

Russian Kisses, trained by Isabelle Darveau, was the favourite after posting a four and a half length victory in the same class last Sunday. The winning margin was two lengths this time with After Alimony following in second and Windsong Glamorous finishing back in third. The daughter of Badlands Hanover has earned 14 of her 18 wins during her four-year-old campaign while banking $77,362 in purses.

Vernon Cochrane's Ding ($7) retook the lead at the quarter pole and went on to win in the $7,000 Preferred 3 for fillies and mares in 1:57.4. Travis Henry drove the four-year-old Art Major mare, who prevailed by three-quarters of a length over early leaver Shellace and the pylon-skimming Topanga Canyon.

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Five straight for First Class Horse at Alberta

Hall of Fame horseman Keith Clark's promising two-year-old pacing colt First Class Horse streaked to his fifth straight victory during Sunday's stakes action at Alberta Downs.

Sunday's card featured two $10,000 ASHA Colt Stakes for two-year-old pacers as well as a pair of $10,000 Alberta Sires Stakes Maverick eliminations for three-year-olds.

First Class Horse won the opening ASHA division, sweeping around early leaver Urcutoff (Brandon Campbell) after the opening quarter and going on to score in 1:55.2 with his final quarter clocked in :28.4. Urcutoff finished two and a half lengths behind and Cool Cowboy (Gerry Hudon) rounded out the top three finishers over nine lengths back.

Clark trains and owns the Western Terror-Susurrus colt, now five-for-six with $23,145 in the bank, with partners Robert Jones of Slave Lake, Alta. and Doris McDougall of Cochrane, Alta.

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