SON OF THE BIG DOG IN GREAT FORM

01:18 AM 12 Dec 2005 NZDT
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He Wants It All (2005 Isle of Capri)
He Wants It All (2005 Isle of Capri) - (Lap Time Photo – Skip Smith)
He Wants It All and driver Tony Morgan won the $160,200 7th annual Isle of Capri Pacing Series on Saturday (February 26) at Pompano Park in 1:50.4.

Michael Polansky’s He Wants It All took it all on Friday night (December 9) in Maywood Park’s $21,500 Free-For-All Handicap, the "Falcon Seelster."

Trained by Tom Harner, the 5-Year-Old bay horse (son of The Big Dog) picked up his 15th winner’s circle check in 26 starts this year with Dave Magee at the lines.

"We’re going to give him a little rest now," caretaker Debbie Harmer said. "He’s just so good right now and so sharp, and we’re pointing him for the Isle Of Capri once again in February at Pompano."

He Wants It all has well over half a million dollars in his career bank account to date, and has $288,295 in seasonal earnings for his connections.

"He’ll get a week or more off in the field, and then we’ll ship him down to Florida," Harmer noted.

He Wants It All had the outside post in the field of six, and Magee waited sat patiently with his charge as the leading Seeking The Gold N (Sam Widger) snapped off fractions of 27.3 seconds and 56.4s before pulling first over. He Wants It All nabbed the lead shortly before the 1:26 three-quarter marker and cruised home easily with a modest 30s final brush to win in 1:56 on a chilly Chicago night.

He Wants It All finished 1 ¾ lengths ahead of the hard trying Hard Hitter (Andy Miller), with Anvilanunoit N (Jason Dillander) in third.

Courtesy Of Mike Paradise, Publicity Director, Maywood Park

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