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Voracity and So So Delightful both repeat

12:38 PM 18 Jan 2021 NZDT
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Voracity cemented his place in the $37,500 final of the Claim To Fame series for $30,000 claimers with his second straight win on Sunday at Miami Valley
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LEBANON, OH. - Four harness racing divisions of $30,000 male claiming pacers comprised the final preliminary round of their Claim To Fame series at Miami Valley on Sunday (Jan. 17) with ten of them earning spots in the $37,500 championship tilt next week.

Winners in this leg were Voracity (Brett Miller, 1:51.3, $6), Ginger Tree Marty (Chris Page, 1:53.2, $3.20), So So Delightful (Trevor Smith, 1:53, $13.60) and Don't Judge A Book (William Mann, 1:51.4, $6).

Voracity and So So Delightful were repeat winners in the series, but both will race for new connections in the final. Both were claimed by new owners for $39,000 (30% premium over base starting price) and will be among the favorites in the final.

Due to a tie for ninth in the standings, ten qualified for the final. They are (in order of series earnings): Voracity and So So Delightful, Ginger Tree Marty, Secret Threat, Don't Judge A Book, Venom, Dashing To Da Wire, Never Say Never N, Revelry and Shane Adam.

There were two divisions of Claim To Fame action for $10,000 claiming trotters. Air Assault (Kayne Kauffman, 1:57.3, $4.40) and Infrontandforgetit (Josh Sutton, 1:59.1, $6.20) were victorious and secured spots in their $22,500 final.

There were no repeat winners in the series, so the championship should be a wide open affair. Air Assault had the highest earnings with a win and a third place finish, followed by: Master Of Excuses, Infrontandforgetit, Windsun Missile, Here's The Magic, PC Foreign Affair, Unforgetable, Jailhouse Buckaroo and Ozymandias.

 

Gregg Keidel

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