Day At The Track

Jagersro's Premio Going Kronos to Acciaio

10:46 AM 31 Jul 2019 NZST
Comment (...) Tweet Share Email Print
Orjan Kihlstrom, harness racing 7-31-19 Acciaio pedigree.jpg
Orjan Kihlstrom drove Acciaio to victory in the Premio Going Kromos
AGT photo
Acciaio's pedigree

Acciaio (3m Love You-Light My Candle-Garland Lobell) took this evening’s Premio Going Kronos (purse 600,000SEK to the winner, 1640 meters autostart, 10 starters) at Jagersro, Sweden, clocked in 1.11.3kr.

It was his third 2019 victory in seven starts for the Alessandro Gocciadoro trainee that Orjan Kihlstrom piloted for Scuderia Pink and Black. He was off at 1.36/1. Ubiquarian Face (3m Joke Face-Babsane Face-Look de Star) took second for Adrian Kolgjini, also the trainer, and Arden Wise As (3m Ready Cash-Garden Variety-Tagliabue) was third for trainer/driver Gocciadoro. Acciaio pedigree is attached.

The undercard to the Gr. I UET Hugo Abergs was a good one and also included the Malmo Stora Prix – Summer Meeting Stayer (250,000SEK to the winner, 3140 meters voltstart distance handicap, 13 starters). Reckless (9m Ready Cash-Haver-Supergill) scored overcoming a 40 meter handicap, timed in 1.13.7kr for trainer/driver Bjorn Goop.

Dragster (7g Micro Mesh) was second, handicapped 20 meters, and Juan (8g Love You) was third, also penalized 20 meters.

Esprit Sisuy (5g Ready Cash-Yankee TL-Cantab Hall) took the Prix La Capelle (100,000SWK to the winner, 2140 meters autostart, 12 starters) clocked in 1.12.4kr with Erik Adielsson up for trainer Svante Bath. Off at 5.7/1 the winner took his fourth 2019 trip to the winner’s circle in seven starts.

Commanche Moon (6m Love You) was second for Joakim Lovgren and Kung Edward (6g Orlando Vici) was third for Peter Ingves.

Earlier on the program was the YesBox Mares (200,000SEK first money, 1640 meters, eight starters). The 1.11.1klr timed victory went to 1.3/1 Double Exposure (6f Donato Hanover-KD Girl-Self Possessed) for driver Orjan Kihlstrom, trainer Daniel Reden and Stall Zet.

She won for the fifth time in eight 2019 appearances. Speedy Foxy Vicane (10f Chouchou des Dames) was second for Kim Eriksson and Virginia Grif (5f Varenne) was home third for trainer/driver Alessandro Gocciadoro.

by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Comment (...) Tweet Share Email Print

Read More News About...

Stallion Name

Next article: