Day At The Track

Three Year Olds compete at Rosecroft

01:28 AM 24 Sep 2016 NZST
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Brian Burton
Brian Burton
The fall series of Maryland Sire Stakes for harness racing 3 year olds stated with the trotting colts and geldings going to post.
 
There was no surprise when driver Brian Burton sent Speed It (Cam's Rocket) to the engine, earning his 7th straight win stopping the clock in 2:01.3. Righteous Renegade was two lengths back for place. Richard Hans owns, trains and bred the winner.
 
The filly trotters had a new contender in the box and she proved to be the best. Debbie's Peanut (CR Renegade) took the whole summer to get her act together but now shows she learned well. Pilot Justin Vincent was very content with the pocket trip and used the stretch to take the lead at the wire in 2:01 for owner Deborah Warnick and trainer Scott Warnick. Winbak Farm was the breeder. Whitesville Deb was up for second.
 
Reinsman Bill Long sent Mo Power (Capitol Power) to the front and opened up a little at every pole, stopping the timer in 1:59.3 seven lengths in front of Little Bit Wild. Dale Massey is the owner and breeder.
 
Steal N Go (Bonnie And Clyde) picked up his seventh win in 8 starts for driver/trainer Jeff Fout in the colt and gelding pace. Toms Tae Kwon Do finished second in the 2:01.1 mile. Winbak Farm is the owner and breeder of the winner.
 
The two year olds return on Tuesday Sept. 27 for their second sire stakes preliminary at Rosecroft.
 
By Cheri Stambaugh
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