Hinckley takes weekly honors in Handicapping Challenge

05:50 AM 16 Sep 2013 NZST
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September 15, 2013 – As HANA Harness’ 2013 Grand Circuit Handicapping Challenge sponsored by the Hambletonian Society, Chicago Harness, IHHA, Meadowlands, Tioga Downs, and Vernon Downs hits the major stakes at the Delaware County Fair and then moves on to The Red Mile, Sally Hinckley took top honors this past week with a net profit of $138.60.  Dennis O’Hara ($75.25) and Garnet Barnsdale ($54.00) are the other handicappers who came out in the black this week.  Hinckley can attribute her victory thanks to a couple key wagers including one $158 Exacta payoff.  Overall, positions remain unchanged with Richard Scott continuing to lead by $646.79.

As you may recall, the handicappers are competing for standardbred horse rescues.  With the top three handicappers sharing in the contest prize pool for their respective rescues, if the contest were to end today, the rescues sharing in the prize fund would be Changing Fates Equine Rescue, Maine State Society for the Protection of Animals, and the Therapeutic Riding and Off-track Rehabilitation program.  However, with the contest concluding on December 14, there is plenty of time for other handicappers to claim part of the prize pool f or their charities. 

 

 

Standings as of September 14, 2013

 

Pos

Handicapper

Week Gain

Net Profit

Behind

Last Pos

Days Missed

1st

Richard Scott

($23.15)

$469.39

 

1st

4

2nd

Rusty Nash

($72.72)

($177.40)

($646.79)

2nd

2

3rd

Ann Stepien

($40.65)

($449.45)

($918.84)

3rd

1

4th

Dennis O'Hara

$75.25

($508.80)

($978.19)

4th

2

5th

Earl Paulson

$0.00

($1,031.60)

($1,500.99)

5th

3

6th

Mark McKelvie

($155.25)

($1,232.19)

($1,701.58)

6th

6

7th

Gordon Waterstone

($112.95)

($1,369.90)

($1,839.29)

7th

4

8th

Garnet Barnsdale

$54.00

($1,482.60)

($1,951.99)

8th

7

9th

Sally Hinckley

$138.60

($1,771.55)

($2,240.94)

9th

0

10th

Ray Garnett

($156.65)

($2,364.40)

($2,833.79)

10th

3

 

Ten grace days permitted.  After ten days, there is a penalty of $30 per race.

Key Hits

Garnet Barnsdale - $15 Exacta Box ($30 total) in 2nd division Reynolds 2yo colt pace paid $264.00; Sally Hinckley - $9 Exacta Box ($18) in 2nd division Reynolds 2yo colt pace paid $158.40, $1 Exacta Box ($12) in 2nd division Reynolds 2yo filly pace paid $69.50; Dennis O’Hara $10 Exacta Part Wheel ($30) in 2nd division Reynolds 2yo colt pace paid $176.00; Anne Stepien - $10 WPS ($30) in 1st division Reynolds 2yo colt pace paid $72.00

Contest Schedule This Week (All purses estimated)

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Balmoral Park - $126,000 American National (2yo colt and gelding trot), $120,000 American National (2yo filly trot)

Delaware County Fair - $100,000 Buckette (3yo filly trot), $62,000Div. Standardbred (2yo filly trot), $350,000 Jugette (3yo filly pace)

Thursday, September 19, 2013

The Red Mile - $10,000 Kindergarten (2yo filly trot), $10,000 Kindergarten (2yo colt and gelding trot)

Delaware County Fair - $65,000Div. Standardbred (2yo colt and gelding pace), $72,000Div. Standardbred (2yo filly trot), $55,000Div. Standardbred (2yo filly pace), $650,000 Little Brown Jug (3yo Open pace), $150,000 Miss Versatility Final (3yo and up filly and mare trot), 145,000 Old Oaken Bucket (3yo colt and gelding trot), $60,000 Winbak Pace (3yo and up)

Saturday, September 21, 2013

Hoosier Park - $235,000Est Kentuckiana Stallion (2yo filly pace), $200,000 Pride in Progress (3yo and up trot)

Mohawk Racetrack - $275,000 Milton Stake (3yo&up filly and mare pace)

by Allan Schott for HANA





 

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