Day At The Track

Playing Tua wins at Charlottenlund

04:46 AM 17 May 2016 NZST
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Your Highness connections celebrate Copenhagen Cup victory (Bjorn Goop and Fabrice Souloy)
Your Highness connections celebrate Copenhagen Cup victory (Bjorn Goop and Fabrice Souloy)
Charlottenlund Travbane Photo

Long-striding Playing Tua (8f Gigant Neo-Sandy Nylan-Lindy’s Crown) at 6.5/1 odds and driven by harness racing trainer Thomas Uhrberg won today’s Summer Mares (125,000DKK to winner, 2000 meters autostart) in a quick 1.12.1kr with a front-end verdict over 4/5 favorite Donna de Quattro (6f Love You-Whoopie As-SJ’s Photo) and driver Bjorn Goop for conditioner Tomas Malmqvist. 8/1 Radysin America (6f Donato Hanover-Zagabria Dei-Victory Dream) had a three-hole trip for Christopher Eriksson and trainer Jerry Riordan but their stretch surge could not close and she ended third.

The V75 Silver Division (100,000DKK first prize, 2000 meters autostart went to the 1.12.2kr timed Takethem (6m From Above-d’Cherce-New Quick). Off at 4/5 odds this Steen Juul reined and trained pupil defeated 32/1 Georgie Mae (6f Valley Victor-Missysmandarine-Malabar Man) with Johan Untersteiner up. Lars Nilsson trained Georgie Mae that bested 7/1 Tripolini VP (6g Archduke Kemp-Lady Magiuc-Shane Scottseth) that ended third for trainer/driver Jeppe Juul.

The Scarlet Knight for three year-olds (100,000DKK to the winner, 2000 meters autostart) went to 9/1 Racing Mange (3m Orlando Vici-Kara Kickan-Alf Palema). Joakim Lovgren trains and drove the 1.13.8kr clocked winner. 7/1 Bad Moon Rising (3m Muscles Yankee-Ancott Steal-Meadow Road) was second for Birger Jorgensen with 54/1 Beyblade (3m Trophy Catch-Joy Star-Mr. Flirt) third for Kenneth Anderson.

Other races of interest on the Charlottenlund card were the Klass II for 80,000DKK to the winner over 2000 meters autostart. The 1.13kr timed winner was 8.3/1 Donato E (5g Donato Hanover-Ultra Sund-Viking Kronos) with Bjorn Goop teaming for Ulf Stenstromer. 4/1 Trecciadoro Rex (4f Cantab Hall-Freedom Rx-CR Track Master) was second for Orjan Kihlstrom with 1.2/1 favorite Stronghold (5g From Above-Glued-Sugarcane Hanover) third for Erik Adielsson and trainer Lutfi Kolgjini. The Summer Stayer was also on the program for 100,000DKK first money in the 2950 meters volt start distance handicapped event. 22/1 Nakoda (7g Juliano Star-Timeless Sakra-Yankee Glide) prevailed, overcoming a 20 meter penalty, to score for Bjorn Goop and trained Reljo Liljendahl.

Thomas H. Hicks


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