Uncle Peter set to in Norrbottens Stora Pris at Boden

10:12 AM 10 Jun 2014 NZST
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Nahar winning the 2013 Elitloppet
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Uncle Peter and Johnny Takter next face the starting gate on June 14 in the Gr. I UET Master Series’ Norbottens Stora Pris.

The group will contest 2140 meters for 1 million krowns. The field includes Raja Mirchi and Nahar, last years’ winner and the 2013 Elitloppet champion. This event began in 1954 and was named the Top of Europe Trot through 2006. Winners from 2007-2013 are shown below with Digger Crown the fastest at 1.12kr in 2007.

Norrbottens Stora Pris- kr.1.000.000- Gr.1 – UET Masters Series

1.            Amaru Boko (Torbjörn Jansson)

2.            Occhione Jet (Björn Goop)

3.            Raja Mirchi (Adrian Kolgjni)

4.            Nahar (Robert Bergh)

5.            Porthos Amok (Örjan Kihlström)

6.            New Line (Jorma Kontio)

7.            Beer Summit (Ulf Ohlsson)

8.            Quid Pro Quo (Erik Adielsson)

9.            Uncle Peter (Johnny Takter)

10.          Muskelmann G.T. (John Östman)

Norrbottens Stora Pris Past Winners 2007-2013

Year

Winner

Driver

Odds

Time Kr

Second

Third

2013

Nahar

Robert Bergh

2,37

1.12,1

You Bet Hornline

Sanity

2012

Sanity

Johnny Takter

1,68

1.11,6

Nahar

Noras Bean

2011

Yarrah Boko

Ulf Ohlsson

1,24

1.13,0

Wellino Boko

Noras Bean

2010

Torvald Palema

Åke Svanstedt

1,28

1.13,9

Marshland

S.J's Photocopy

2009

Global Glide

Åke Svanstedt

4,76

1.12,1

Scarlets Aino

Intoxicated

2008

Giant Superman

Fredrik B Larsson

4,75

1.12,4

Digger Crown

Glen Kronos

2007

Digger Crown

Erik Adielsson

3,69

1.12,0

Giant Superman

Super Light

Illustrious winners, prior to the race being renamed, include Malabar Circle As (Malabar Man-Eternal Circle-Mack Lobell) in 2005; Remington Crown (Lord Of All-Ecco Git-Pay Dirt) in 1998 and Scandal Play (Super Play-Tameway-Tamerlane) in 1997, the latter from the family of Proximity via fifth dam Agnes Worthy. All were career earners in excess of US$1.8 million.

by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com

 

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