Sweden-bred Rose's La Nena (seven year-old-O'Hill's Rose mare) took today's Janos Brody Memorial at Kincsem Park.
The classic event carried a purse of 1.5 million(Huf) and was a 1960 meters distance handicap event. The winner scored in 1.16.6kr for reinsman Laszlo Kolozsi to increase her career earnings to over 9.3 million (Huf). Favored Ollyan Nincs made a disqualifying miscue that opened the way for the 6.9/1 winner that is owned by Balaton Eurotrade Kft. HU-bred Orangyal (six year-oldmare) was a solid second with 20 meter handicapped Nice Brozo finishing third with Dora Kovacs aboard.
The winner's maternal family is a good one. O'Hill's Rose is a daughter of Continental Spirit, a son of-Village Harmony. Village Harmony (Nevele Pride-Devona Hanover) traces directly to Delicious, her second dam, the producer of Prix d'Amerique winner Delmonica Hanover. The dam of O'Hill's Rose is Omaha Hill, a daughter of -Orna Hanover- .
Co-feature on the card was the Koppany DIJ that went to 8.7/1 odds Nobody, a seven year-old son of-Gunnel Diadem. Emil Csordas is owner/ trainer,/driver of this 1.15.8kr winner over 1800 meters autostart as he secured the winners' share of the 500,000Huf purse. Pretty Paper (six year-old daughter of -Anticipation- ) was second for trainer/driver Csaba Lakatos. sired three winners on the nine race program.
At Hippodrome Wallonie (Belgium) on March 21, the Ander Lindqvist-co-owned Angel Dark (four year-old son of ) was a fast closing third in just his third lifetime start. He won his previous start and this was his first test over the extended 2300 meter autostart course. Nicolas Senet handled Angel Dark for trainer Lindqvist, from post 11, that was timed in 1.16.56kr, two lengths off the winner Arthur d'Atom and reinsman Gerard Vergaerde.
by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com