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He started out his career racing in the New York Sire Stakes Fair Circuit and now J A T O has received and accepted the biggest invitation of his life. He is going to race in Sweden at Solvalla Racetrack the day before the Elitlopp Day this coming Saturday, May 27. He will be competing in what is called the "Little Elitlopp" for horses that nearly were invited for the big event. The Little Elitlopp is also raced in two heats.  The five-year-old gelding by Big Apple Deli from the Credit Winner mare, Highwaytoheaven, is currently being trained and will be driven by the world renowned Swedish horseman, Ake Svandstedt. J, A T O is co-owned by the Our Horse Cents Stable of Melville, NY with Rossie Smith of Greenville, NY. Longtime owner, Eugene Kurzrok, of The Horse Cents Stable, confirmed this morning that J A T O is leaving today for Sweden. “He (J A T O) will be racing in an undercard event for a purse of $180,000,” Kurzrok said. “and this is the first time I have ever had a horse race in Sweden. This is very exciting; the whole sport of harness racing is exciting. Unfortunately, I will not be going over to watch him race.” A career winner of $157,808 and a record of 1:54 at age four, J A T O has come a long way since the NYSS Fair Circuit. This year he already has two wins, three second place and two third place finishes in just seven starts. He recently won at the Meadowlands, beating Melady’s Monet in 1:54.1 and the week prior, won at Yonkers Raceway in 1:56.3. Growing up, J A T O was the stablemate with the top trotter, Dayson, and now travels to Sweden with the great Resolve as his new stablemate. At age two and three, J A T O was a terror on the New York Sire Stakes Fair Circuit, winning 25 of his 27 starts. By Steve Wolf, for Harnesslink

Vernon, N.Y. - Margaret and Amy Butler's J A T O ($2.60) kept his perfect Vernon Downs harness racing record intact in the featured $9,900 Miracle Mile/Open Handicap Trot on Friday (September 16) evening, pressing into the far turn and edging clear in the straight to a decisive 1:54 triumph. The 4-year-old Big Apple Deli gelding came away last in the compact field of five, only commencing his rally upon reaching the backstretch after My Lucky Word (Fern Paquet, Jr.) seized command from Lucid Thoughts (John MacDonald) after a :27.1 first quarter. J A T O advanced first-over to within a length of My Lucky Word through a :57.1 half and proceeded to intensify the pressure on the far turn before edging clear at head-stretch. J A T O wore down My Lucky Word drew off to a two-length victory over pocket rival Lucid Thoughts, while Gimme the Cash (Claude Huckabone, III) stayed on for third off a live second-over journey. Chris Lems drove the 30-time winner for trainer Howard Okusko. Live racing returns to Vernon Downs on Saturday (September 17), with the first of 15 races due off at 6:45 p.m. Eastern. by James Witherite, Vernon Downs

Vernon, N.Y. - J A T O ($3.70) picked up right where he left off in his return to Vernon Downs, earning his seventh harness racing victory in as many career starts over the Miracle Mile in Friday (September 9) evening's featured $9,900 Miracle Mile/Open Trot. Chris Lems sent the 4-year-old Big Apple Deli gelding right to the front, clearing Lucid Thoughts (John MacDonald) with ease through a :27.4 first quarter before immediately pulling the tempo back. J A T O's stiffest challenge came on the far turn in the form when Pop I (Jay Randall) charged from last to press a :28 third quarter, but J A T O had no trouble parrying that challenge en route to a 1:54 victory over fast going. Lucid Thoughts, 2-1/4 lengths in arrears, saved second from the pocket, while Gimme the Cash (Claude Huckabone, III) made late gains to take third. Howard Okusko trains 29-time winner J A T O for Margaret and Amy Butler. In the sub-featured $7,900 Miracle Mile trotting event, My Lucky Word ($7.20) proved victorious, controlling all the terms and edging clear for a 1:54.2 triumph over Walk the Floor (Angus MacDonald) and Twice Too Nice (John MacDonald). Fern Paquet, Jr. drove the 4-year-old Lucky Chucky mare for owner Philip Hale and trainer Dave Dewhurst. Live racing returns to Vernon Downs on Saturday (September 10) evening, with the first of 13 races due off at 6:45 p.m. Eastern. by James Witherite, Vernon Downs

J A T O is an acronym for jet-assisted take-off and given the style of his harness racing, there has probably never been a more aptly named horse. At Batavia Downs on Friday night (Aug. 12), J A T O (Mike Caprio) turned on the jets from last and flew home to capture the $10,000 Open trotting feature in the fastest trotting mile of the meet. Lutetium (Todd Cummings) took his familiar position up front as he left from post six and dictated the fractions. He went to the half in :57.2 with a two length lead before anyone made a move. As they motored up the backside, Lutetium then opened up a four length lead and was beginning to look like a winner, but Mike Caprio pulled J A T O from last and made a very strong three-wide move. When the field reached three quarters in 1:26.3, J A T O had moved into second and cut Lutetium's lead in half and when they hit the top of the stretch, it was all over; J A T O simply trotted away to a length victory in 1:57.2. Lutetium hung on for second and Noble Legend (Kevin Cummings) closed well for third. It was the third win in nine starts for J A T O ($3.80) and it pushed the 4-year-old gelded son of Big Apple Deli's bankroll to $35,075 for 2016. The time of 1:57.2 was a seasonal mark for the winner. J A T O is trained by Alana Caprio for owners Margaret Butler and Amy Butler. Kevin Cummings scored a driving triple and that pushed him into second place among the local driver colony for dash wins, now with 15. Drew Monti and Todd Cummings both had doubles on the card as well. Racing resumes at Batavia Downs on Saturday (Aug. 13) with two legs of the New York Sire Stakes for 3-year-old trotting fillies on the card. Post time for the first race is 6:15 p.m. Tim Bojarski

His name may not ring a bell when it comes to the heavy hitters on a national or international stage, but to harness racing trainer Howard Okusko, J A T O’s presence on this earth is one of the reasons it continues to rotate on its axis. “You will have to talk to Howard about this horse,” said his co-owner Margaret Butler. “I can tell you why I bought him, why I changed his name and what I think of him, but Howard is the one that adores this horse. He has a very special connection with him.” Butler purchased the son of Big Apple Deli and the Credit Winner mare Highwaytoheaven at the 2013 SUNY Morrisville Sale for $6,000 on behalf of herself and her sister Amy. J A T O, previously named Steuben Cornelius, is the third foal out of his unraced dam and is a half-sibling to Darron Hall (Cash Hall, $128,811), Highway Cash (Cash Hall, $36,019) and I Ninety (Cash Hall) who is a newly turned 2-year-old. The Butlers own all of the family except Darron Hall. J A T O, however, could prove to be the best of the bunch. The 4-year-old trotting gelding’s record stands at a phenomenal 28-26-1-0. He has earned $60,313 while competing primarily on the New York Fair Circuit for the majority of his career. Conditioned by Howard Okusko, J A T O annexed the $10,000 New York County Fair final on Sept. 2, 2015, then stepped up to open company. On Sept. 18, he handled that transition seamlessly with a triumph in a $4,000 non-winners contest at Vernon Downs. In his next five starts, he continually worked his way up in class over the same oval with victory after victory and ended the year’s campaign with another in an $8,000 Open II Handicap on Oct. 30. The gelding has picked up right where he left off after a brief winter vacation. In his seasonal bow on March 6 at Saratoga, J A T O got away a bit slow, but came home with a rush to extend his winning skein to 16 consecutive races. His last loss was on July 7, 2015, at the Owego Fair, where he was second. “You just cannot say enough about how nice this horse is,” Okusko said. “I know he raced at the fairs, but look what he has accomplished since then. In his last race he wasn’t warming up like himself and I wondered when he was so far back in the beginning how he would race. Especially since there was a lot of wind he had to battle against that day, but he did it. I thought he was impressive and it was a huge mile for him. “We have never really asked him for anything, so we don’t have any idea what we have on our hands. “I just love this horse, not because of his record or ability, because ones with all the things he has don’t come around often. How he is in the barn, how well-mannered and professional he is on the track and how intelligent of a horse he is. I don’t care where you race when you have all the wins he does, that is a special horse.” The Butlers, however, may have some kind of top secret information when it comes to acquiring horses at Morrisville. The duo also purchased Dayson at the same sale in 2014 for $18,000. The now 3-year-old son of Conway Hall-Nervey's Taurus amassed $182,612 last year in New York Sire Stakes company. His only loss in eight trips to the post was in the $225,000 Sire Stakes final, when he broke behind the gate. The gelding, however, was sold and will be continuing his career from the barn of Ron Burke. “I had that horse too before he was sold,” Okusko said. “That horse is very, very fast. I sat behind him and feel that kind of speed was quite shocking. “You can’t say enough about the job Margaret is doing. Who gets two horses like this in the same year? She does all the work herself getting them ready and takes a lot of time deciding who she will pick out. It’s not just luck, it’s all her doing.” Although Okusko is not exactly certain what the season will entail for J A T O, he is thrilled the horse has started off 2016 so well, which only bolsters the hopes he has for him. “You might see him at Saratoga again,” he said. “But I’m taking a shot with him and putting him in a series down at Yonkers later this month. Maybe he can’t beat all those horses down there, but I think he has enough go to him to keep right on up. “Honestly, we really don’t know what he is capable of, but we do know he has talent and heart. He has earned the opportunity to compete in these types of races and we have to provide him with a good shot.” Whether the gelding continues to dominate his opposition or finds the task a bit too tall matters not to Okusko for his bond with him permeates far more deeply than your average trainer/pupil relationship. This emotion is not lost on the Butlers. “I really think Margaret only kept this horse so I could spend time with him,” he said. “I know she had very nice offers for him and Dayson. With Dayson she did the right thing and took the money, but she knew if this horse left it would leave a hole in my barn I might never replace. I’ve been in the horse business for years and I’m not a young man, but I plan my whole day around him. All you have to do is look at him and how he carries himself and you fall in love. I can never thank Margaret enough for not only allowing me to have any of her horses, but to be nice enough to realize this horse is one of the reasons I still get up in the morning.” by Kimberly French, USTA Web Newsroom Senior Correspondent 

J A T O (Big Apple Deli) extended his harness racing win streak on Sunday afternoon at Saratoga Casino and Raceway. The Howard Okusko-trained trotter made his local debut in the $15,000 Open Trot and despite getting away towards the back of the pack wound up getting a second over journey in the year's first trotting feature at the Spa. J A T O cruised past rival Zooming (Billy Dobson) in the final furlong before drawing out to win in 2:02 in the 1 1/16 mile Open after covering the mile in 1:54.3. J A T O went sixteen for seventeen in the win column in 2015 and continued his winning ways on an afternoon that featured a t-shirt giveaway commemorating the 75th anniversary of racing at Saratoga. Zooming finished second behind the 6-1 shot Open victor while Slugfest (Jay Randall) finished third in his seasonal debut. Stephane Bouchard, who piloted the longshot winner of Saturday night's Open Pace, was the winning driver behind J A T O on Sunday. Live racing resumes on Thursday at Saratoga with a 4:00pm first post. Mike Sardella

Vernon, N.Y. -- After reeling off five wins in as many tries at Vernon Downs, New York State Fair Circuit standout J A T O ($4.70) handled the jump to the Open II ranks with aplomb, making easy work of more seasoned harness racing rivals in Friday (October 30) evening's $8,000 featured trot at Vernon Downs.   Chris Lems floated forward with the 3-year-old Big Apple Deli colt at race's outset, ducking into the third spot to track Lucid Thoughts (John MacDonald) and Photo Mass (Claude Huckabone, Jr.) through a tepid :29 initial quarter mile. Upon reaching the backstretch, Lems angled J A T O off the pegs, and the pair had to work to clear Lucid Thoughts, who strung them out before yielding to the pocket well after a :57.2 half mile.   Having cleared with just over three furlongs to go, J A T O--already softened a bit--braced for the first-over challenge from Waiting On a Woman, who charged past each of his six rivals through the middle half save for one. That one--J A T O--dug in stoutly to keep Waiting On a Woman at bay through a :28 third quarter, subsequently kicking clear off the corner and opening up to a 5-1/4 length win over Lucid Thoughts. Waiting On a Woman faded to third, while McKenzie's Star (Fern Paquet, Jr.) made mild late gains to take fourth.   William Okusko trains 25-time winner J A T O for owners Margaret and Amy Butler. The 1:54.1 mile time for J A T O improved his lifetime mark by a fifth of a second over two previous wins at the Miracle Mile.   Vernon Downs leading driver John MacDonald registered a treble on the evening's 10-race program, teaming up with Tarport Andy ($3.10, 1:55.1), Twice TOo Nice ($10.40, 1:56.1), and Fox Valley Cadet ($13.40, 1:54.1).   Live racing continues at Vernon Downs on Saturday (October 31), with an 11-race card kicking off at 6:00 p.m. Eastern time. In addition to the annual Four One One grey race and the Turn Back the Clock Rewind races, a pair of Kindergarten Classic finals for 2-year-old trotters feature over $300,000 in purses.   by James Witherite, Vernon Downs

Vernon, N.Y. -- On a Friday (October 9) evening where steady rain and a stiff headwind in the home straight severely affected the closing ability of many, only one horse of the 78 which raced at Vernon Downs on the 10-race program could muster a final quarter mile faster than 29 seconds.   That horse was 3-year-old trotting colt J A T O ($3.00), and his :28.2 closing sectional propelled him to his fourth win in as many local starts after he enjoyed dominance on the New York State fair circuit.   Fern Paquet, Jr. settled the son of Big Apple Deli well off a soft early pace in the $5,500 sub-featured event, rated well off a 1:00.3 initial half mile from Charming Dream (Claude Huckabone, III) before angling second-over to track Jersey Boy (Josh Kinney) on approach to the far turn. While Jersey Boy forced a quickening :29.2 third quarter from Charming Dream by stepping up the pressure through the turn, J A T O fanned three-wide off the corner, vaulting clear in the final furlong. The William Okusko trainee drew off by 4-1/4 lengths for a 1:59 triumph over sloppy going, earning his 23rd career win in 25 races for Margaret and Amy Butler.   In the evening's featured $8,000 Open II Trot, War Hero ($3.80) brushed to the lead at race's midpoint, drawing clear at will for a 7-1/4 length win over Big Chocolate (Jimmy Whittemore) and the mildly gaining Oh No Three O (Jeffrey Long), stopping the timer in 1:58.4 after posting a monstrous :27.4 third quarter. Ben McNeil drove the homebred 7-year-old Ken Warkentin gelding for owner Howard Gill and trainer Jessica Okusko.   Live racing returns to Vernon Downs on Saturday (October 10) evening, with the first of nine races due off at 6:45 p.m. Eastern time.   by James Witherite, Vernon Downs

HAMBURG, N.Y. --- When last seen, J A T O was in the winner's circle after posting a 1-1/2 victory in the $10,000 New York County Fair final for harness racing 2-year-old colt trotters at Monticello Raceway back on September 2, 2014.   After nearly a nine-month layoff, J A T O resurfaced again, ths time on Sunday afternoon (June 21) at Buffalo Raceway and the harness racing results were the same...impressive.   In winning the County Fair final back in September, J A T O broke stride at the start and spotted the field more than 11 lengths at quarter pole but roared back for the victory.   While not breaking this time, J A T O trailed the trotters in the $3,200 conditioned event at Buffalo Raceway by more than a dozen lengths after the opening panel but proved once again the lead wasn't insurmountable. The 3-year-old colt got in gear and smartly trotted around the field, taking a 3/4-length decision over TK's Diva in a lifetime best of 2:02.1.   The was only the second pari-mutuel start for J A T O (Big Apple Deli-Highwaytoheaven), both of which are now victories. He was 8-of-9 on the non-betting New York Fair circuit in 2014, earning $16,851 including the County Fair final purse.   Co-owned by trainer Margaret Butler and Amy Butler, J A T O was driven to the win by Doug Ackley.   In the C.K.G Billings Amateur Driving Challenge, Stephen Oldford won aboard Lady Jill ($6.00) while Robert Davis sprung an upset taking Stags Leap ($11.20) to the winner's circle in the second leg.   Ray Fisher Jr. was the only driver on the 10-race card as he posted a double.   Racing will continue on Wednesday night at Buffalo Raceway with a 10-race card scheduled for 5 p.m.   For more information including the latest news, race replays, results and upcoming promotions, go to www.buffaloraceway.com   by Brian J. Mazurek, for Buffalo Raceway

The cream of the freshmen and sophomore pacers and trotters on the NYSS County Fair circuit convened at Monticello Raceway on Tuesday afternoon, September 2. Eight $10,000 divisions awaited the influx and by days end the champions were crowned in each division. "It was an enjoyable day of racing watching the youngsters go head to head in each of their divisions," noted Eric Warner the tracks director of racing. "And with limited amount of charted lines on many of the entrants still wagering on the card was good." Driving Me Lindy and Truman Gale kicked off the program copping the event for 3 year old trotting fillies winning by nine lengths in a creditable 2:00.2 for trainer Andy Gardner. Owned by Michael Eulo, it marked the Crazed filly's 10 triumph and raised her seasonal her bankroll to $33,484. The 2 year old totting filly final ended in a romp for Ron's Coren when Fern Paquet, Jr. guided the Cash Hall miss to a 2:04 victory. She's trained by Jessica Okusko for owner Ronald La Clair. The pacing final for freshman fillies saw Kruella score her ninth seasonal triumph when Kirk Desmond used the front-end route to score a victory in a time of 1:59.2 for trainer Joe Robbins Jr. The daughter of American Ideal, co-owned by her trainer and Bonnie Kowalcyk, won for the ninth time in 10 lifetime starts. Inside The Glass, locally owned by Rosemarie Moore, recorded the fastest mile of the NYSS County Fairs Finals when Larry Stalbaum sat back off a quick early pace and rallied late to win the 3 year old pacing filly division in 1:57.3 for trainer Paul Moore. The 3-year-old trotting colt final followed and saw Harold Smith's Stirling Cadet romp to a 15- length triumph in 1:58.4 for driver Jimmy Devaux. The Conway Hall gelding scored his 11th victory and increased his seasonal bankroll ---all on the county fair circuit-- to $37,380. Devaux also won the freshman colt and gelding pacing final with Harold Smith's, Adonis Bay in a time of 1:59.3. Although Smith drove his colts at the fairs the 80 year old accomplished horseman turned the lines over to the accomplished professional, Jimmy Devaux. Another NY county fair stalwart, Doug Ackley, won the trotting final for 2 year old colts and geldings with J A T O in 2:04.2 despite making a break before the start. The son of Big Apple Deli scored his ninth victory in 10 lifetime starts for owner-trainer Margaret Butler who shares ownership with Amy Butler. And Larry Stalbaum scored his second victory in the NYSS County Fair Finals when he guided Kings Maninblack to a 1:59 triumph in the event for sophomore colt and gelding pacers. The altered son of Riverboat King is trained by Joe Chindano who co-owns with Gianfranco Pozzolini. Perhaps overshadowed by the interesting card of county fair youngsters, Diamond Tiara moved back to tie Shortest Distance for the most races won in North America this year when Jimmy Taggart Jr drove her to a 1:55.4 triumph which was her 18th victory. Also on the card, Shortest Distance was looking for win number 19 but she got collared at the wire by Rusty's Flying (Fern Paquet, Jr) and had to settle for second money. by John Manzi, for Monticello Raceway

Everyone knows that harness racing was weaned on the half mile tracks and many a young driver learned the ropes while competing in the races at the nation's county fairs. Now, with those states who have sire stakes programs the events not only have helped preserve county fair racing but the added purse monies made available has spawned groups of horsemen who race primarily on the county fair circuits. New York State has a good program for those who prefer to race at that level, and many do. At summers end, those who raced the New York Sire Stakes County Fair circuit this year will convene at Monticello Raceway on Tuesday afternoon, September 2 with their colts and fillies who earned the right to compete in the series $10,000 finales which are available for the eight colt and filly pacing and trotting divisions. Besides having earned enough points to qualify for the finals, still there's a condition with the amount of county fair starts that are also needed. Among the trainer/drivers who are the stalwarts on the NYSS County Fair circuit are Harold "Joe" Smith and Doug Ackley. Year in and year out these very talented horsemen develop colts and fillies that are standouts in their divisions. And this year is no exception. Ackley, 70, developed three that will be racing on the card and he'll be on the driver's seat behind each of them. Of the three, J A TO, a freshman trotting colt by Big Apple Deli, has most impressive credentials with eight wins in nine county fair starts and nearly $11,000 in purse money. His fastest victory was clocked in 2:07. Ackley's Amma Crazed, a 2 -year-old daughter of Crazed which he drives regularly, has three wins and has been on the board in all 11 of her starts. She bankrolled nearly $11,000 for Ackley who co-owns the filly with Tyra Joanne Ackley. Over the years Ackley, from Gowanda, NY, has earned nearly$2 million racing at the New York Fairs and has won 793 races rarely driving over 100 times a season. Harold "Joe" Smith, from Malone NY, at 80 years of age is having one of his best years in the sulky with 26 wins in 67 starts with a UDR of .580. In his career Smith has drive 953 winners and his mounts-mostly his own-have earned $1.24 million. He qualified four youngsters for the finals with his own Sterling Cadet, the favorite to win the 3 year old colt and gelding trot. This altered son of Conway Hall has 10 wins and seven seconds in 19 starts and purses of $32,380 this year with a 1:58.3 record taken at Saratoga Raceway. And Smith's Olivia's Z Tam, a sophomore Bettor's Delight pacing filly has seven wins, four seconds and $16,343 in 19 seasonal outings. Although Smith did all the driving at the fairs he'll had the lines in the $10,000 finals to Jimmy Devaux. Now well-seasoned after a summer racing at the New York fairs and at a few pari-mutuel tracks along the way, the entered youngsters will surely open the eyes of the railbirds who perhaps feel that because of where they raced, they may not be worthy of attention. But put that notion to rest because all the entrants in the eight NYSS County Fair Finals will make their sires and dams proud a make good showings, win or lose. There will be no live races at the Mighty M on Labor Day but on Tuesday, September 2 the NYSS County Fair Finals will be joined by six overnight events on the 14- race card which will have a 12:50 pm post time. by John Manzi, for Monticello Raceway

VERNON, NY—Sheer Brilliance displayed his radiance with a bold-striding 1:51.2 victory in Saturday night’s $10,000 featured Open pace at Vernon Downs. Competing for the second time at Vernon since shipping in from Tioga Downs, Sheer Brilliance left from the assigned outside post position in Saturday’s second session and, after a brief battle for the early lead with Moonlight Ransom, took charge of the mile contest. Despite broken equipment, the gritty gelding continued on to a close decision over his early challenger. It was the third tally in the last four starts for the productive 8-year-old, his seventh season’s score and 41st lifetime win. The aggressive bay son of Blissful Hall-High Roller Ash raised his career earnings to more than $492,000. Claude Huckabee, III did the teaming for co-owner and trainer Jeffrey Long and his partner, J. Paul Long. Saturday’s fastest mile was a 1:51.1 performance by No Monkeys Allowed, who scrambled home from sixth in the final quarter to snare his second win in succession for owners Robert J. Orr and Gary J. Jonas in the $8,000 seventh race. John Macdonald, who earned a double with the first-place finish, did the steering for trainer Edgar Clarke, who also recorded two victories during Saturday’s 13-race program, as did owners Orr and Jonas. Leading driver (130 wins) and trainer (51 tallies) Rick Plano picked up his meet-leading 15th triple during the track’s 71st program, while Roman Lopez also logged three wins and Fern Paquet, Jr. two. DOWNS DOINGS Paquet recorded eight wins during the three-night weekend, and Plano seven … One of Plano’s wins was behind Lon Frocione’s promising 2-year-old trotting filly Fashionableapple, who secured her “maiden” victory with a 1:57.4 showing in Saturday’s ninth race. Veteran Tony Mondi trains the bay daughter of Big Apple Deli-Fashionablefilly… The MacDonald, Clarke, Orr, Jonas contingent’s other triumph came from the pacer Yankees In Six, who chalked up his second straight score with a 1:52 tally in Saturday’s $6,000 fifth event... Vernon will offer live racing Thursday-Saturday next week, with first post at 6:45 p.m.… A revised 2013, 88-program racing and stakes calendar, as well as additional information regarding Vernon Downs, its casino, hotel, racing and promotional events can be obtained at www.vernondowns.com. Jim Moran

Flyhawk Falina, a two-year-old filly by Cash Hall, out of the El Paso Kash mare Nowerland Nanette, won her $37,862 division of the New York Sire Stakes in 2:03 here at Buffalo Raceway Wednesday night (July 3).

A total of 152 yearlings passed over the auction block at the Morrisville College Yearling Sale on Monday, Sept. 24, for an average of $8,813. Trotting specialist Trond Smedshammer walked away with the two sale toppers. He picked up Planet Hallywood for $45,000, a Cash Hall half-brother to last year's 2-year-old New York Sire Stakes champion Royal Shyster. The colt was consigned by Morrisville College Equine Institute.

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