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Wrangler Cash the strong horse at H3R

10:50 AM 02 Nov 2020 NZDT
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Wrangler Cash and driver Pascal Berube
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Kinnder High Class and driver Samuel Fillion
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Capteur De Reve and driver Stephane Gendron
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Trois-Rivieres, QC - Wrangler Cash proved to be the strong horse at the Hippodrome 3R Sunday, grabbing the lead after the opening quarter mile and then wiring the field in the Preferred Pace.

The ninth race feature was raced over a good track due to rain with a two second allowance. Farmers Tan (Carol Voyer) went right to the early lead and was then taken over by Wrangler Cash and harness racing driver Pascal Berube in :28.1 to the first quarter.

Wrangler Cash then had it easy on the front end, going to the half mile in :59.2. Dreydl Hanover (Samuel Fillion) was going for his fourth straight win and came first-over but to avail by the three-quarters in 1:28.1.

Wrangler Cash went on to win by two lengths in 1:58 with the pocket-sitting Farmers Tan second and Atomic Million Am (Sylvain Lacaille) third. Atomic Million Am was part of an entry with Wrangler Cash. He got away third after the start and was never really in the hunt, sitting on the rail for third place.

It was the seventh win this year for Wrangler Cash. The seven-year-old gelding by As Promised is trained and owned by Alain Martin of Gatineau and paid

Capteur De Reve ($2.40) and driver Stephane Gendron took full advantage of an early speed duel between Precieuse CC and Voodoo Man, coming first-over late for an easy triumph in the sixth race Preferred Trot.

Precieuse CC (Claude Beausoleil) went right to the lead, Jocelyn Gandron also left with Voodoo Man and got parked out first-over to a :28.2 first quarter and :57.4 half mile.

Then in the backstretch Gendron came first-over before the three-quarters in 1:27.4, continued to gain ground on Precieuse CC and breezed to a one and one-half length triumph in 1:58.3. Precieuse CC was second with Sir Chopin (Carol Voyer) third.

It was the second straight win and sixth victory of the year for Capteur De Reve. The six-year-old gelding by Muscle Mass is trained by Maxime Velaye the Provoquante Stable of Mirable, who also bred the winner.

The second race trot saw track record holder Kinnder High Class ($3.40), the lone filly racing against older horses and mares, get parked first-over from the half mile marker against pacesetter Aworthy Bi (Jocelyn Gendron), and with a well-rated drive by Samuel Fillion, pulled away in the stretch to win by two lengths in 1:59.2. Aworthy Bi was second with Bonfire Bash (Stephane Brosseau) third.

It was the fourth straight win and eighth victory in eleven starts for Kinnder High Class. The three-year-old filly by Royalty For Life is owned, bred and trained by Denitza Petrova of Melbourne.

Track Notes: There were four drivers who all scored doubles on Sunday. They were David Pilon, Samuel Fillion, Francis Picard and Pascal Berube. The lone trainer that sent out two winners was Alain Martin. Live racing resumes at H3R next Sunday, first race post time at 1:00 pm. For more information, visit www.hippodrome3r.ca.

From the Quebec Jockey Club

 
 
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