Radium Boy & Lambert SAS score at Kincsem Park

09:38 AM 10 Jun 2014 NZST
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Radium Boy
Photo courtesy of Kincsem Park
Lambert SAS
Photo courtesy of Kincsem Park

Radium Boy and Lambert SAS won two of Kincsem Park's Hungarian trotting classics.

Radium Boy (4m Wall Street Banker-Golden Lady) took the 57th edition of the 5HUf million Negyevesek Nagyydija (four year-olds HU sired) for trainer/driver Velijko Mazsity as the 7/2 favorite. He scored narrowly over stablemate Ripley, a daughter of Tony Oaks. Another Wall Street Banker offspring, Rozsakert, reported home third in the 2500 meter autostart contest (slightly over two laps of the 1800 meter oval racecourse at Kincsem Park).

57th Negyevesek Nagydija, 2500 meters autostart, purse 5,000,000HUf, 1.16.5kr

1st Radium Boy (4m Wall Street Banker-Golden Lady), Velijko Mazsity trainer/driver, Hico owner, 7/2 favorite

2nd Ripley (4f Tony Oaks-Emma Boss), Joze Sagaj up for Velijko Mazsity trainer, Hico owner, 11.7/1

3rd Rozsakert (4f Wall Street Banker-Viragos), Balazs Juhasz trainer/driver, 14.5/1

The annual Sprinter Cup for 2HUf million was contested over 1800 meters autostart, and it resulted in another win by veteran Lambert SAS.

The nine-year-old son of Diamond Way-Agena LB-Indro Park scored easily for Joze Sagaj in 1.14.2kr as 3/2 favorite. Night Lady and Rose's La Nena raced well to end second and third.

The winner's maternal family is solidly productive. The first dam produced February As and Gregory As, both winners of over US$110,000 with sub-2:00 records. Second dam is Iadi LB (Florida Pro-Starita Lobell), a winner of over US$346,000 and third in the Orsi Mangelli. As broodmare she produced 17 foals, 14 winners with three over US$100,000 including Vega LB, a US$255,000 winner by Baltic Speed.

Lovaselet Sprinter Kupa, 1800 meters autostart, purse 2,000,000HUf, 1.14.2kr1st

1st Lambert SAS (9m Diamond Way-Agena LB), Joze Sagaj trainer/driver for Alfred Hossman LL. (SLO), 3/2 favorite

2nd Night Lady (7f Tony Oaks-Vas Lasy), Tibor Hajnal trainer/driver for owner Napsugar, 5.7/1

3rd Rose's La Nena (7f Pearsall Hanover-O'Hill's Rose), L. Kolozsi up, 7.6/1

4th Princess View (6f Igor Brick-Review As), Csaba Lakatos trainer/driver, 11.1/1 odds

On the undercard there were other interesting winners this day and also on the Wednesday evening program. The weekly 500,000HUf Open on Saturday went to the well-regarded Wall Street Banker-Derengo mare Orangyal with Pal Vicen aboard, timed in 1.15.1kr over 1900 meters autostart.

Hitelezo DIJ, 1900 meters autostart, 500,000HUf purse, 1.15.1kr

1st Orangyal (6f Wall Street Banker-Derengo), Pal Vicen trainer/driver

2nd Nobody (7m Tony Oaks-Gunnel Diadem), Emil Csordas trainer/driver

3rd Orifiamma Jet (6f Supergill-Ticket To Ride-Nevele Pride), Tibor Hajnal trainer/driver

The SJ's Caviar-Kallassy mare Stone Capes Judy was also victorious in 1.15.9kr over 1800 meters autostart. Nick Nolte won the 450,000HUf mid-week feature in 1.16.6kr over 1800 meters autostart as the seven-year-old son of Tony Oaks-Szinesno scored for Sandor Varadi and owner Illetmeny Kft. Rachel CR also won on Wednesday.

The four-year-old daughter of Indro Park-Briggie Hanover-Pine Chip scored for Emil Csordas and she comes from a respected maternal family. Briggie Hanover won the Johnston Memorial at age two on the way to earning of over US$171,000 and a record of 1:56.4. Second dam Beryl won over US$150,000 and was second in the Johnston. This is the maternal family of Lindy's Crown, Shogun Lobell and ultimately Speedy Crown through the fifth dam Missile Toe.

by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com

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