Day At The Track

Incredible Tillie stakes at Hawthorne

03:40 AM 23 Jul 2016 NZST
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STICKNEY, IL - On another warm evening in the Chicagoland area, three divisions of leg three of the Incredible Tillie Stakes at Hawthorne Racecourse were contested. The Incredible Tillie is for Illinois-bred two-year-old filly pacers.

The first division went as race seven on the Friday card over a fast track as Princess Sage (Sagebrush)  was sent away as the favorite.

Leaving for lead was Princess Sage as she made the top easily through the opening quarter of :28.3. On the backside, the 1-5 favorite maintained her lead for driver Freddie Patton Jr through the half in :58.3. On the turn Princess Sage opened a five length lead through three quarters in 1:27.0. In the stretch, Princess Sage shortened but held on by a length and a half in 1:56. Fox Valley Charliz closed for second while Pinstripe Pants finished third.

Owned by Keli Jo Bell and Freddie Patton, Jr. and trained by Freddie Patton, Jr., Princess Sage paid $2.60, $2.10, and $2.10. Fox Valley Charliz paid $4.60 and $3.20 while Pinstripe Pants returned $3.00 to show.

The second division of the Incredible Tillie had a full field of ten as Fox Valley Honor was bet down to favoritism off a 30-1 morning line.

Making the lead early was Filly Forty but was quickly pressed by My Mona Me through the quarter in :29.1. On the backside, Razzleme Dazzleme (Sagebrush) took over through the half in :59.2. After three quarters in 1:28.2, Razzleme Dazzleme led the field into the lane. Mid-stretch, a row of four came to challenge but Razzleme Dazzleme and driver Kyle Husted held everyone off, stopping the clock in 1:56.4. Hope Hotspur finished second while Dandy's Dududiddudu was third.

Owned by Derek and Amy Jacobus and trained by Nick Prather, Razzleme Dazzleme paid $15.80, $6.80 and $5.00. Hope Hotspur paid $4.80 and $3.80. Dandy's Dududidudu returned $3.00 to show.

The third division of the Incredible Tillie had another full field of ten as My Kind of Dance (Skydancer Hanover) took the majority of the wagering action.

At the start, A Real Doozie moved to the lead but Jump Right quickly took over through the quarter in :29.0. On the backside, Just Doit Queeny assumed command through the half in :59.2. On the turn, A Real Doozie moved to challenge Just Doit Queeny through three quarters in 1:28.2. In the lane, favored My Kind of Dance and Casey Leonard ranged up to challenge as they were three across. At the wire, My Kind of Dance prevailed by a neck over A Real Doozie. Just Doit Queeny finished third.

Owned by Adrian Adam and trained by Alex Adam, My Kind of Dance paid $3.00, $2.40, and $2.60. A Real Doozie returned $9.80 and $6.40 while Just Doit Queeny paid $2.60 to show.

Jim Miller

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