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Rich And Miserable wires field from post eight

09:52 AM 02 Oct 2020 NZDT
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CHESTER, PA - Despite drawing the outside post in the field of eight, the Explosive Matter gelding Rich And Miserable was able to reach the top with relative ease in the $14,400 trotting harness racing feature at Harrah's Philadelphia on Wednesday afternoon, and he was not threatened late in a 1:53.3 mile.

Driver Tyler Buter hustled the winner of $438,386 to command nearing a :28 opener, then kept him rolling through middle splits of :56.3 and 1:24.4. By the latter station Rich And Miserable was far ahead of the opposition, and he maintained an insurmountable lead to the finish. Todd Buter trains the victorious trotter for Buter Farm Inc., Lynette Buter, and William and Carol Fuhs.

 

The Muscle Hill filly Hannah grinded her way to the lead at the three-eighths, then was kept rolling in the lane by driver Tim Tetrick (four wins today) to win the $12,600 co-featured trot, turning back closer Arclight Hanover by three-quarters of a length in 1:55.1. Julie Miller conditions the stakes-seasoned filly for the Andy Miller Stable Inc., Dumain Haven Farm, and Little E LLC.

Deltasun A and driver Todd McCarthy, both recent transfers from Australia to the United States, teamed to make the trotter's local bow a winning one, overhauling favored pacesetter Max by a neck in 1:54 in an $11,600 event. Andrew Harris conditions the Tenotrump gelding, an earner of $189,634 and a high-ratio winner (20 for 54, 37% lifetime), for his A Harris Racing LLC, OB Standardbreds, and Michael Goldberg Racingllc.

From the PHHA / Harrah's Philadelphia

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