He Wants It All makes his first start at Maywood Park in Friday night’s (May 20) Try Scotch $20,750 Free-For-All Handicap.
Michael Polansky owns He Wants It All.
The winner of six of 12 season outings, including the Isle of Capri Final, Pompano Park’s premier event, has been assigned the outside six-post in the fifth race feature.
He Wants It All comes off a 1.51.3 Free-For-All triumph last Saturday (May 14) at Balmoral Park. He earlier rattled off four consecutive victories before his streak was snapped in $200,000 Dan Patch at Hoosier Park when the 5-Year-Old pacer was run into by a breaking horse.
He Wants It All, a son of, already has banked $132,150 for his Loudonville, NY owner and has been installed as the 3-2-morning line favourite on Friday night with regular driver Tony Morgan at his lines.
His opposition includes the Anderson Racing Stable’s Ohubetterbelieveit, fresh off a Maywood Park track record performance.
Oubetterbelieveit sped to a 1.51.3 victory last Friday, the fastest ever on the Chicago circuit’s half-miler for an aged gelding pacer, and at very generous odds of 7-1. Ryan Anderson is back to guide the 4-Year-Old son of former Illinois champion Ohyouprettything from post five.
Oubetterbelieveit will open as the 3-1 second choice while Dashing Diplomat (p.p.4, Tim Tetrick), who was beaten less than a length by the Joe Anderson trainee is next at 7-2 first flash odds.
Mattygonne A (6-1, Dave Magee), a five-time season winner in Maywood Park high claimers, has been assigned the one-post.
The field is complete with Ride The Rapids (6-1, Dale Hiteman) and Papa Deck (8-1, Mike Oosting) with posts two and three, respectively. Ride The Rapids is one for two this season here for the Carl Porcelli Stable, capturing a $50,000 claimer last month in 1.53.3.
Papa Deck has a pair of meeting wins for trainer Bob Decker in 1.53.4 and 1.54.4.
While this is He Wants It All’s Maywood Park debut, the horse trains here for the Tom Harmer Stable and twice had winning qualifiers on our oval in 2004, a 1.57.1 (28.4s last quarter) clocking on a wintry January night and a 1.56.2 mile last October.
Courtesy Of Mike Paradise, Publicity Director, Maywood Park