Day At The Track

Eighth stakes win for Shartin N

11:31 AM 27 Aug 2019 NZST
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Shartin N winning the $US137,000 Artiscape in 1:49.1
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Yirribee Pacing Stud sire Tintin In America's bonny daughter Shartin N cemented her position as the No 1 harness racing mare in North America when she led throughout in the $US137,000 Artiscape in 1:49.1 at Tioga Downs, New York.

It was her 13th win from 14 starts this year which includes her eighth Stakes success. She has banked $US857,052 in 2019.

Former Canadian 2YO of the Year Warrawee Needy is leaving some smart youngsters in Canada this year. They include the filly Capistrano (1:53.8) and the gelding Noch Ten (1:55).

Million Dollar Cam, the Little Brown Jug champion, left two fast winners in NSW in the three-year-old Kyle Shannon (1:59.5, Bathurst) and Chubbs (1:57.2, Wagga).

Caribbean Blaster sired a 'new' three-year-old winner In Caribbean Rocket and has now left 16 individual three-year-old winners to date this season, while Lombo Pocket Watch's son Mighty Moke Lombo won in a career-best 1:55.7 at Young.

A pair of Yirribee Pacing Stud bred winners for the week were the three-year-old Hudsen, who notched his sixth win from 11 starts at Ballarat, and the Tamworth winner For Me.

Tintin In America, Warrawee Needy, Million Dollar Cam, Caribbean Blaster and Lombo Pocket Watch are part of the powerful Yirribee Stud sire roster which also includes Lazarus, Lennytheshark and Fear The Dragon.

By Peter Wharton






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