Day At The Track

2yo Maryland Sire Stake prelim's at the Ocean

03:14 AM 11 Jul 2016 NZST
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Two year old trotting colt & gelding prelim's opened the July 10th night at Ocean Downs with a non-wagering harness racing event. Hybrid Henry a Cam's Rocket trotter owned, trained and bred by Richard Hans was piloted to his second lifetime victory by Brian Burton, once again stopping the clock in 2:01.1. Les Givens was second with LG's Hotshoeboy.
 
Local reinsman Bill Long picked up the driving assignment behind Holy Trout (Holy Guacamolie) in the filly trot. The pair left out of the gate widening the lead at every pole crossing the wire 5¾ lengths in front of Camita in 2:03 for owner/breeder Dr. William Solomon.
 
In the first wagering event the pacing colt/geldings to the stage with the favorite Toms Tarzan flying out of the gate to cut the mile. Driver Jim Morand put Adios Muchachos (Cam's Rocket) on their back, pulling at the head of the stretch with only a photo to separate the in the 1:59 mile. In the end Adios Muchachos was victorious for owner/breeder Michael Hans and giving trainer Richard Hans his second win of the night.
 
Race three was the first division for pacing fillies. Cheap Aint Fast, from the second crop of Dontloseyourdayjob, made good use of the inside post cutting the well rated 2:01 mile for driver Frank Milby. Goodfridaymiracle was up for place. Brian Callahan trains the winner for owner/breeder Gloria Kinnamon.
 
The final stake of the night was the second division for filly pacers. Miss Valerie (Allie's Western) and Roger Plante Jr. combined to give her a perfect 3 wins in three starts. Roger send her out of the 4 hole right to the lead letting everyone else file in behind until the last turn when they started to pull away opening up a 4½ length lead at the wire in 2:01.2 for owners LeBlanc Racing, Count The Money Stable and William Lutz. Steve LeBlanc is the trainer and Tom & Linda Winebrener are the breeder. Fast Aint Cheap was second.
 
By Cheri Stambaugh
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