Szimfonia with Sandor Varga aboard won today's featured Kanca DIJ over 1900 meters autostart.
Purse was 2HUf million for this classic event for three year-old fillies. The winner is by Medic Hanover, a son of Meadow Road from Melon Hanover. Baboo Va Bene (she by Diablo Va Bene, a son of) ended second and the filly Silver Lady was third.
June 14, 2014 Kincsem Park, Kanca DIJ, three year-old females, purse 2,000,000HUf, 1900 meters autostart, 1.17.6kr
1st Szimfonia (3f Medic Hanover-Dallan-Magnas), Sandor Varga trainer/driver for owner Her-Lo Racing Kft., 7.4/1
2nd Baboo Va Bene (3f Diablo Va Bene-Pretty Paige-), Sandor Varadi, 2.5/1
3rd Silver Lady (3f-Golden Lady-Endless Sands), Balazs Juhasz, 6.8/1
The solid undercard featured the 500,000Huf G. Denes Gyorgy Memorial, a marathon contest over 3600 meters autostart. The field circled the 1200 meter racetrack three times in a winning time of 1.17.9kr with veteran class-master Orlando Bloom the victorious for Andrea Nagyvary and trainer Imre Fazekas.
Thesons Masterpiece and Nemesur finished two-three in this one. The Dorettya DIJ over 1960 meters for 330,000Huf went to Italian-bred Ps I as the five year-old daughter of defeated another Italian-bred female, the four year-old Rachel CR by . Summaries follow.
June 14, 2014, Kincsem Park, G. Denes Gyorgy Memorial, 3600 meters autostart, 500,000Huf purse, 1.17.9kr
1st Orlando Bloom (6m-Donna Summer-First Dust), Andrea Nagyvary up for owner Pimri Bt. and trainer Imre Fazekas
2nd Masterpiece (8m-Fairplay-Witsend's Speedy), L. Marton, 3.4/1
3rd Nemesur (7m-Elegant Lady-Mill H), V. Mazsity, 3/1
June 14, 2014 Kincsem Park, Dorettya DIJ, 1960 meters distance handicap, purse 330,000HUf, 1.19.2kr
1st Ps I(5f -Gisele SLM- ), L. Orso aboard for owner BalatonEurotrade Kft., 5.6/1, traveled 1960 meters, Italy
2nd Rachel CR (4f-Briggie Hanover- ), Emil Csordas up, 3.7/1, 1980 meters, Italy
3rd Perfect (5m Superior Dream-Calorina-Keystone Patriot), S. Kolozsi up, 13.4/1, 1980 meters
As the summer season heats up so does Derby time. The gallop Derby goes postward July 6 and the trotters a month later. Both events are exceptionally well-promoted and covered by broadcast and other media outlets.
by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com