He Wants It All, fresh off a winning 1.49.1 clocking that equalled the track’s all aged record, guns for another Free-For-All victory with regular driver Tony Morgan in Saturday night’s (August 6) $21,000 fifth race feature at Balmoral Park.
Michael Polansky owns He Wants It All.
Handicapped by groups (1-2) and (3-5), He Wants It All was assigned the outside six-post after his July 23 sizzling performance.
The victory was the 5-Year-Old’s eighth in 16 season starts with half coming on the local scene and half in his earlier Florida campaign where he won the $160,200 Isle of Capri Final, Pompano Park’s showcase event in February for trainer Tom Harmer.
Since shipping to Chicago He Wants It All has posted four Free-For-All triumphs in five tries for his Loudonville, New York owner, three at Balmoral Park and one at Maywood.
The son ofhas season purse earnings of $164,075.
Providing the fifth race opposition is a trio of New Zealand imports—Patch Adams N (8-1), Boss Atom N (12-1) and Johnny Be Cool N (7-2) —as well as Oubetterbelieveit (5-1) and Foxy Maneuver (3-1).
Oubetterbelieveit finished only one length behind He Wants It All in their July confrontation, clocked in 1.49.2 that night for the Joe Anderson Stable.
Brent Holland gets the catch drive on Saturday night behind theoffspring.
His dam is the former Illinois champion Ohyouprettything, who racked up over $1.29 million in her three years of racing (1997 through 1999) while winning 35 of 50 starts.
Patch Adams has returned to Bell Valley Farms in Frankfort, IL after campaigning at The Meadowlands from last November through mid-May. The Bill McEnery trained gelding comes off a winning 1.55.3 Balmoral Park July 27 qualifier.
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