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May 23, 2015 - Harness racing Elitloppet officials today rounded out next Sunday’s 16-horse lineup (two eliminations of eight each) with the addition of Royal Fighter, Vincennes and Bret Boko. The full field is shown below. Timoko (FR) Maven (USA) On Track Piraten (SWE) Wind Of The North (USA) B.B.S.Sugarlight (NO) Support Justice (NO) Nahar (SWE) – a past winner of this classic Voltigeur de Myrt (FR) Magic Tonight (SWE) Univers de Pan (FR) Nuncio (SWE) Ustinof du Vivier (FR) Mosaique Face (SWE) Royal Fighter (SWE) Vincennes (FR) Bret Boko (FI) Trainer Per Eriksson’s Royal Fighter earned his ticket a week ago with a win in what was then the fastest clocking in Europe in 2015. The seven year-old son of Varenne has earned only 1.6SEK million in a relatively lackluster career that has shown flashes of brilliance. The SWE bred mare Vincennes has been a solidly consistent performer at high levels this Spring. The seven year-old daughter of Spotlite Lobell has earned 6.1SEK million and is a closer. Bret Boko was the final invitee off his impressive gate to wire victory in the Finlandia AJO. The son of Yankee Glide has earned over 3.1SEK million and has gate speed to be a factor. The 2015 Elitloppet field is a competitive one and should provide intense action. It’s a combination of proven veterans and outsiders that recently have provided fast victories. Be there for a great classic at Solvalla and Elitloppet weekend. Thomas H. Hicks

May 23, 2015 - Lutfi Kolgjini put his trainee Mosaique Face (6m Classic Photo-Iona LB-Supergill) on the front and he scored by open lengths, in 1.09kr track record at Gavle and fastest of the year in Europe (1:51.02 mile). The winner secured an Elitloppet ticket with the victory, that was presented in the winner’s circle. He is owned by Tommy Nilsson Holding AB of Malmo and was bred by Kolgjini and Anna Svensson. Mosaique Face had come off disappointment from a heart ailment. His maternal family justifies confidence as dam Iona LB has produced four winners from five foals and is from Zenia LB by Valley Victory-Armbro Megan-Speedy Crown-Delmegan-Super Bowl-Delmonica Hanover (Prix d’Amerique winner trained by Delvin Miller and that winter in FR by Aime Choquette). Mosaique Face earned 400,000SEK with the win and was off at 7/1 odds. He now has 13 career wins in 46 outings for 8,109,713SEK earned. Maven (6f Glidemaster-M. Stewart-American Winner) raced bravely to be second after a three-wide move down the backside for Johnny Takter to engage the winner. Maven was already an Elitloppet starter. Papagayo E. (5m Coktail Jet-Ann Speedy T.-Speedy Tomali) from Norway was a good third for Bjorn Goop. Creatine, Beer Summit and Panne de Moteur were the next three to the line. Also on the Gavle card was a 1.11.9kr victory in the Bronze Division V75 by Shadow Woodland (6g The Bosses Lindy-Unlimited Visa-Credit Winner) from Finland for Ulf Ohlsson. The Reijo Liljendahl trainee secured his second 2015 win in five outings and second straight. Thomas H. Hicks

May 23, 2015 - The Jean-Yves Lucuyer bred Ustinof du Vivier (7g Look de Star-Melba du Vivier-Cedre du Vivier) earned an Elitloppet ticket today following yesterday’s game dead-heat victory at Vincennes in the Gr. III Prix du Crepuscule (€90,000 purse, 2100 meters autostart, 13 European starters) with Scarlet Turgot. Mathieu Abrivard piloted Ustinof for trainer Sebastian Guarato and owner Stephane Szwarc. Yesterday’s score was career win 27 for €606,740 earned by this late bloomer. He’s the best of eight foals of the dam that also includes Tonio du Vivier, a US$133,000 winner by General du Pommeau. The Elitloppet field now has three slots remaining to be named with to-date entrants as follows: Timoko (FR) Maven (USA) On Track Piraten (SWE) Wind Of The North (USA) B.B.S.Sugarlight (NO) Support Justice (NO) Nahar (SWE) – a past winner of this classic Voltigeur de Myrt (FR) Magic Tonight (SWE) Univers de Pan (FR) Nuncio (SWE) Ustinof du Vivier (FR) Mosaique Face (SWE). Thomas H. Hicks

May 22, 2015 - Stefan Melander’s Nuncio (4m Andover Hall-Nicole Isabelle-Lindy Lane) accepted the nod to start in the 2015 harness racing Elitloppet. Melander won this event in 2010 with Iceland, clocked in 1.10.5kr. Nuncio has won both his 2015 starts in Sweden after an excellent two and three year-old campaign in the US for trainers Jim Oscarsson and at three for Jimmy Takter. John Campbell did the driving in the US against stellar competition, including Trixton and Father Patrick from Takter’s powerful stable. Russell C. Williams bred Nuncio, the winner of the Yonkers Trot and Kentucky Futurity. This career winner of 14.6SEK million has a time mark of 1.08.7kr. In the US Nuncio was a model of consistency producing a slate of 16-10-1 in 27 starts for US$1,919,145 and a three year-old record of 1:50.4 at Lexington’s Red Mile. The Elitloppet 2015 lineup is now shown below with five slots remaining to be filled. Timoko - FR Maven - USA On Track Piraten - SWE Digital Ink - SWE Wind Of the North - USA B.B.S. Sugarlight - NO Support Justice - N Nahar - SWE Voltigeur de Myrt - FR Magic Tonight - SWE Univers de Pan - FR Nuncio - SWE Thomas H. Hicks

May 20, 2015 - Philippe Daugeard’s slick gaited Univers de Pan has accepted an Elitloppet 2015 invitation. The 2014 Finlandia AJO winner was third in the 2015 edition after being trapped on the pegs throughout. He finished with much in reserve. Owned by Olivier Horvath, the seven year-old son of Kenya du Pont-Gypsilore has earned 13.4SEK million and has a speed mark of 1.10kr. The field now shows as follows with five starting slots remaining to be filled. Elitloppet 2015 Accepted Invitees Timoko - FR Maven - USA On Track Piraten - SWE Digital Ink - SWE Wind Of the North - USA BBS Sugarlight - NO Support Justice - N Nahar - SWE Voltigeur de Myrt - FR Magic Tonight - SWE Univers de Pan - FE Thomas H. Hicks

May 16, 2015 - Magic Tonight earned an Elitloppet race spot after an impressive V75 Gold victory a few days ago. The Roger Walmann trainee is a six year-old stallion by Andover Hall-Miss Possessed and has earnings in excess of 6.1SEK million with a 1.09.3kr speed record. He will represent SWE in the 2015 Elitloppet and is now the 11th acceptance among the 16 spots in the race. The field so far is shown below: Timoko Maven On Track Piraten Digital Ink Wind Of The North B.B.S Sugarlight Aladin d'Ecajeul Support Justice Voltigeur de Myrt Nahar Magic Tonight   Thomas H. Hicks

Former Elitloppet winner Nahar (SWE) and Voltigeur de Myrt were added to the Elitloppet field today. Stall Sedin’s Nahar, a gelded son of Love You, won last weekend’s V75 Gold impressively for Robert Bergh. Nahar has banked 11.4SEK million. Voltigeur de Myrt is a six year-old son of Opus Viervil, owned and trained by Roberto Donati. He has competed at the highest international levels and earned 8.9SEK million. The Elitloppet 2015 field is shown below with six entrants still to be confirmed. Timoko, FR Maven, US On Track Piraten, SWE Digital Ink, SWE Wind Of The North, US BBS Starlight, NO Aladin d’Ecajeul, FR Support Justice, NO Nahar, SWE Voltigeur de Myrt, FR Thomas H Hicks

May 2, 2015 - Lutfi Kolgjini’s trainee Quick Fix (6g From Above-Glued) won Saturday’s Prix d’Etain Royal at Seinajoki Finland scoring in 1.12.71kr at 8/1 for harness racing reinsman Toumas Korvenoja and owner Tommy Nilsson Holdings AB. The €100,000 purse international contest drew 10 entrants over the 2100 meter autostart course. 11/1 Big Sky Hurricane (7g Revenue-Big Sky Queen) was second for Mikka Forss ahead of 10.6/1 Traveling Man (10g Supergill-Kimberly Lobell) trained by Daniel Reden for Stall Zet. Former Elitloppet winner Nahar and veteran Womanizer finished back of fifth. As of this date eight invitations have been made for the 2015 Elitloppet with four important prep races remaining: Invitees: Timoko, France Maven, US On Track Piraten, SWE Digital Ink, SWE Wind Of The North, US BBS Sugarlight, NO Aladin d’Ecajeul, FR Support Justice, NO Remaining Preps: Copenhagen Cup, May 10 Algot Scotts Minne, May 16 Finlandia AJO, May 17 Prins Daniels Lopp, May 23 The action is sure to intensify leading to the Elitloppet. Be there to witness one of the world’s great sporting events. Thomas H. Hicks

Susan Evanchick of Kearny, NJ is the Standardbred Retirement Foundation's (SRF) raffle winner of the 2015 Elitlopp trip. Hoping her husband can join her on the trip, Susan shared that she never thought she would win and tossed the tickets stubs after she wrote the check for them. "This is the first adopter to win the trip, our past winners all had direct associations with harness racing," said Judy Bokman, SRF's Director, Susan adopted Mercury MS, aka Missy, ten years ago. The now 24 year old daughter of No Nukes who went through two prior adoptions with SRF, one home from 1997-2001, another 2001-2004 is a western pleasure horse for Susan. "She is such a sweetheart, so good natured that we used her to assist with riders with disabilities for a while. When my kids were little they would sit on my mare's back and hold the reins thinking they had control while I would walk around the paddock with Missy following me like a puppy." The lucky mare has a Standardbred stablemate, 21 year old Got My Attention, another horse adopted through SRF. The Evanchicks will enjoy a fabulous five day trip to Sweden visiting famous breeding farms, a yearling auction, sightseeing, authentic dining at an old world restaurant dating back to the 1700s, and the great race at Solvalla. SRF is a 26 year old organization, unique in its work, as it never relinquishes ownership of its horses. The Elitlopp raffle, as well as the raffle for a trip to the Prix d'Amerique help fund the care of 205 trotters and pacers of which 130 are retired with SRF due to age or injuries. SRF thanks Marc and Marcia Goldberg of the Arch Madness fame for their generous gift of sponsorship of the trip from the SRF's Twelve Days of Giving campaign in December 2014. "We can only give these horses a chance when special people like the Goldbergs, and our supporters of this fund raiser make it possible with their kindness; we so appreciate this wonderful support," Paula Campbell, SRF's President added.   Standardbred Retirement Foundation | 353 Sweetmans Lane, Suite 101 | Millstone Twp. | NJ | 08535

Millstone Twp, NJ - The celebrated Elitlopp in Solvalla Stockholm (Sweden) is one of harness racing's largest events is in world for those who love the sport of racing. A fabulous trip to enjoy a full weekend of Swedish racing is now a fundraiser for the Standardbred Retirement Foundation (SRF) through its annual raffle. This memorable trip begins with an airfare voucher valued to $1000 and includes a 5 day - 4 night stay for two at a 4-star hotel in the heart of the Stockholm, and includes a welcoming dinner and get together Thursday night, sightseeing on Friday and Saturday morning, entrance to the Solvalla Racetrack on Saturday and Sunday and an English speaking tour guide during your entire stay. Raffle tickets are $25 each and funds raised will be used to provide hay and grain, medical and farrier care, rehabilitation, vaccinations, and other related needs for more than 200 trotters and pacers currently in SRF's care. More than half of these horses are unadoptable due to age or injury and are under the full care and expense of SRF for the rest of their lives. Tickets should have arrived by mail to all SRF's supporters and are also available for purchase. The winning ticket will be drawn Tuesday, April 28th at noon; the winner does not need to be present. Help with selling tickets is also much appreciated. Please use the contact information noted. SRF, now in its 26th year is unique in its mission as the only requirement for a horse in need is need itself. SRF does not limit its help to horses who are young and adoptable. It also provides full care for horses for life if age or injuries make them unattractive for adoption. SRF asks for the support of all whose lives have been touched by racing and these horses through its fund raising efforts, the Elitlopp raffle, Win*Win program, horse sponsorship, planned giving, and through its endowment, so the mission has a future to care for these horses. For more information please contact Tammy at admin@srfmail.com, or by phone at 732-446-4422, or see SRF's website at www.Adoptahorse.org Standardbred Retirement Foundation | 353 Sweetmans Lane, Suite 101 | Millstone Twp. | NJ | 08535

After watching Maven's recent performances in Europe, harness racing trainer Jimmy Takter says he is optimistic about the 6-year-old trotting mare's future overseas. A future that, if all continues to go well, will see Maven head to Sweden's Elitloppet for the second consecutive year. Takter on Thursday said he planned on accepting Maven's Elitloppet invitation, which was extended following her victory at Solvalla Raceway on March 28. Maven, driven by Johnny Takter, won by five lengths in an event restricted to mares and contested at one-mile and five-sixteenths. Elitloppet 2015 is May 31 at Solvalla. Last year's winner Timoko was the first horse to be extended an invitation and accept, according to the event's website. He will be joined by 15 other invited horses for the race, which contests eliminations and the final on the same day. Last year, Maven finished third in her Elitloppet elimination and sixth in the final. "It's almost two months until the race, and a lot of things can happen in the horse business in two months, but when they invite you, you're in it," Takter said. "I don't want to race horses in the race just to race. I want to win. We all want to win Elitloppet." Takter, who won the race in 1998 with Moni Maker, said Maven's next starts will be April 11 in the Gold Division at Jagersro - in Takter's hometown of Malmo, Sweden - and April 25 in the Olympic Trot at Aby. Maven will try to become the first mare since Queen L in 1994 to win the Olympic Trot. Maven's schedule following the Olympic Trot is not set, but options include the Copenhagen Cup or Finlandia. Prior to Maven's win at Solvalla, she finished second to Timoko despite an unfavorable post position in the Grand Criterium de Vitesse in France. Among four previous starts in Europe, she was a traffic-troubled fifth in the Prix de France in February and went off stride in the Prix d'Amerique in January. "She's actually raced pretty decent in all her starts, she just hasn't had any luck at all," Takter said. "The Prix d'Amerique, maybe she was a little unprepared to enter that race. I wish I maybe had her a couple months earlier, we might have been better off. "After her last start, I feel quite optimistic for her future." Maven, who joined Takter's stable last November, has won 29 of 52 career races in North America and was the Dan Patch Award winner for best older female trotter in 2013. Her top win last year came in the Muscle Hill at Vernon Downs and she finished second to Commander Crowe when she challenged the boys in the Breeders Crown. She is owned by John Fielding, Herb Liverman, and Joyce McClelland. by Ken Weingartner Harness Racing Communications USTA

Welcome to Stockholm and famous Elitloppet! Make your plans now! There's an old saying that you can't get people in horse racing to agree on just about anything, but anyone who's ever been to Stockholm for the Elitlopp agrees it's an experience no harness racing devotee should miss. Quite literally, you've never seen anything quite like it. It's a bit like the Little Brown Jug as you have over 35,000 enthusiastic Swedes and other Europeans cheering on 16 of the best trotters in the world. And the Elitlopp takes place in Stockholm, one of Europe's most beautiful cities, at a time of year when the weather is unbeatable. Many people also enjoy the chance to visit the resplendent Menhammar Stud, Sweden's largest breeding facility, just outside the city. You'll certainly be familiar with many of the stallions there (Maharajah, From Above, Going Kronos, Chocolatier and others). Maybe the best part of the Equitours Elitlopp Tour is that all the details of the trip---lodging, transportation, sightseeing tour----are taken care of for you. All you need to do is enjoy! * You can get full details on the 5-day trip (4 nights) by clicking here * You can also book a "light program" of 4-days ( 3 nights). Read more by clicking here Book before the 15th April- Get 70 USD in discount per person! * If have any questions, or wish book the tour please email info@equitours.se If you want a reference on Equitours, contact us and we'll be happy to give you the names of others have who enjoyed the Equitours experience, or contact Moira Fanning at the Hambletonian Society: (+1) 609 371 2211 or email to moihambs@aol.com The entire Elitlopp experience in Stockholm will be one you'll never forget. Equi Tours Sweden AB | Flyinge KungsgÃ¥rd, 24793 FLYINGE, Sweden | www.equitours.se info@equitours.se | Tel: +46 (0)40 29 88 08 | Fax: +46 (0)40 30 58 05 | Mobil: +46 (0)708 540 200  

March 28, 2015 - Johnny Takter teamed Maven to her first European victory today, taking the Prixies Lopp for Mares (2140 meters, 1.3 miles, Kat 1) at Solvalla, taking the co-feature worth 200,000SEK to the winner. Takter left alertly from post eight, eased three-wide to the front out of the first turn and led throughout to a five length victory, after Your Highness and Bjorn Goop made a miscue when pressing for the lead in the last turn. Maven (6f Glidemaster-M Stewart-American Winner) recorded her 30th career victory now for earnings of 14,088,134SEK for trainer Jimmy W. Takter. Maven was clocked in 1.11.2kr (off even fractions) to secure victory from Youana for Erik Adielsson and Jumble As with Flemming Jensen up. Fourth went to Stylish Hanover with Orjan Kihlstrom aboard. This victory has earned an Elitloppet invite for the talented Maven. Digital Ink Wins Today’s Gr. II UET Masters Series at Solvalla The Orjan Kihlstrom teamed, Stefan Melander’s owned and trained Digital Ink (6g Super Photo Kosmos-Laverda des Pres-Filou du Boscail), took today’s featured Gold Series at Solvalla, his eighth straight to boost his career earnings to 5,282,800SEK (24th win in 48 starts). Digital Ink was away mid-pack and then advanced to a first moving position to gain command midway through the contest from which he drew away for a comfortable win to earn 250,000SEK winner share of the purse. Clocked in 1.11.4kr over the 2140 meters autostart distance, the winner took victory from OBI Wan (6g Ganymede-Heja Reerstrup-Speedy Herve) and teamster Jurgen Sunnesson with third to the Torbjorn Jansson teamed Porthos Amok (6m Orlando Vici-Baroness Amok-Pine Chip). Thomas H. Hicks  

Freehold, NJ --- Melady’s Monet, who has won five of seven starts this year at the Meadowlands, was under consideration for an invitation to May’s Elitloppet in Sweden, but trainer Kevin McDermott on Monday informed race organizers that the 6-year-old trotter would not be sent overseas. A homebred son of Revenue S out of the mare Keystone Melady, Melady’s Monet won his third consecutive Open Handicap on Friday night at the Meadowlands. He has earned $75,025 this year for owner Melady Enterprises and has a career mark of 1:52, which he set last November at the Big M. Over his most recent 18 races, Melady’s Monet has won 10 times while also posting five second-place finishes during that span. For his career, the horse has 27 wins in 93 starts and earnings of $466,458. “The horse has major tie-up issues,” said McDermott, who is based in New Jersey. “The owners have decided to stay at home for the welfare of the horse, and I agree with the decision. It would have been the greatest honor in the world to go to the race, but it would be too tough on him. “I e-mailed (race promoter) Klaus Koch this morning and told him of the decision. He has been nothing but a gentleman throughout this process and he gave us until the end of April to let him know if we change our minds.” Elitloppet 2015 is scheduled for May 31 at Solvalla Raceway. Last year’s winner Timoko was the first horse to be extended an invitation and accept, according to the event’s website. He will be joined by 15 other invited horses for the race, which contests eliminations and the final on the same day. by Ken Weingartner, Harness Racing Communications

Norway's Support Justice (5m Kadabra-Artisane-Lindy Lane) took today's Gr. I UET Masters Series Jubileumspokalen over 2140 meters autostart at Solvalla. The winner earned 1 million SEK (US$145,140) for the victory, his 17th in 24 career starts, now with earnings of 4,732,895SEK. Geir Vegard Gundersen trains the winner and he was the driver. The important victory was number five this year in eight outings. Winning time was 1.11.7kr (Varenne race record of 1.11.2kr in 2002). BBS Sugarlight (5g Super Light-Sugarsweet Sid-Sugarcane Hanover) was second for Peter Untersteiner and Claes Boko ended third for Erik Adielsson teaming for trainer Stig H. Johansson. Stefan Melander's Standout (5m Ganymede-Ebony DK-Royal Troubador) was a fast closing fourth after encountering traffic trouble throughout from second tier post 11. John Campbell reined Standout. Magic Tonight was first to the lead with Beer Summit In The Pocket. BBS Sugarlight was first up early and then Time Machine went three wide to move alongside leader Magic Tonight. BBS Sugarlight was shuffled a bit and then made a three-wide charge late but could not hold off the eventual winner in what was a great contest with flying finish. Magic Tonight ended eighth, Beer Summit was tenth with Denmark's Stelton disqualified for a miscue. Support Justice may be one to watch in other upcoming classics. Replay of today's Support Justice victory may be seen here. Also video of Mack Lobell and John Campbell today at Solvalla follows. The Jubileumsspokalen began in 1977 and to date has produced three-time winners Zoogin and Gidde Palema. Pershing, Callit and Victory Tilly won this event twice. Stig H. Johansson has won this race as driver nine times followed by Ake Svanstedt with seven victories. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com  

Top trotting occurred last weekend through yesterday at various venues in Sweden. The most prestigious event was the August 2nd Ego Boys Gold Division at Rattvik that resulted in victory for Beer Summit and reinsman Ulf Ohlsson. The five year-old son of Cantab Hall-Prime Mistress-Super Bowl scored in 1.11.1kr over 1640 meters to earn 150,000SEK first money. He earned his 11th win in 42 starts now with earnings of 3,900,064SEK, with five victories this year in ten outings. Kadett CD (7m Scarlet Knight) was second for Robert Bergh. The same card showcased the Sommartstravet Final, a Gr. II UET Masters Series event for 300,000SEK first prize contested over 2140 meters turning start. Poker Kronos (5g Viking Kronos-Frances Lavec-Tenor de Baune) won in 1.12.9kr for Torbjorn Janssen and trainer Robert Bergh, his fourth win in six 2014 starts and he now has eight wins in 18 career appearances. Venkatesh (5g Varenne) was second for Orjan Kihlstrom and former Elitloppet winner Nahar (9g Love You) a rallying third after being handicapped 40 meters. The 10.3SEK million career winner was timed in 1.11.7kr and driven by trainer Bergh. Rattvik also included on their card the Silver Final for 125,000SEK first money over 1640 meters autostart. BBS Sugarlight (5g Super Light-Sugarsweet Sid-Sugarcane Hanover) scored in 1.09.9kr for Peter Untersteiner, his ninth 2014 win in 12 starts. The 110,000SEK first prize Bronze Final over 1640 meters autostart, went to Curtsy Hanover (4f Cantab Hall-Chiptease-Pine Chip) for Orjan Kihlstrom and trainer Roger Walmann. Curtsy Hanover now has seven wins in 21 career starts as she defeated the Jorma Kontio driven Trixam (by Pearsall Hanover). The 100,000SEK first money Montesserie Final (monte) went to Bearable (7g Rite On Line-Armbro Kewpie-Speedy Crown) and Anna Ronning. They scored over 2140 meters turning start in 1.15.5kr, the winner's 11th win in 42 starts. Muskelmann GT (9g Muscles Yankee-Aino Lady-Dallas Lobell) overcame a 20 meter handicap to end second for Siv Emilie Lovvold. Yesterday at Aby, Veijo Heiskanen scored a triple and Linda Allercrantz had a driving double with Jerry Riordan trainees. Heiskanen won with Neron Bigi (7m Power To Charm-Edea-Atlas Fighter L in 1.12.3kr over 1640 meters autostart to earn 70,000SEK; Daryl Boko (4g Majestic Son-Insider Trade-Donerail) in 1.14.1kr over 2640 meters autostart for 60,000SEK first prize; and Fabuleux BR (3m SJ's Photo-Fantasia-Speedy Soma) in 1.15.8kr over 2140 meters autostart for 35,000SEK. Allercrantz and Riordan won with Rare Wise As (4f Varenne-In Wise As-SJ's Caviar) in 1.13.7kr over 2140 meters autostart to earn 60,000SEK and also with Ready To Glide (4f Yankee Glide-Chelemark Ginger-Super Pleasure) in 1.12.9kr over 1640 meters autostart. This winner earned 30,000SEK and is owned by Holger Ehlert. The Aby card also included an Aby Stora Pris prep that went to October Kronos (6m Varenne-NordicGoldNovember) in 1.13.2kr for Adrian Kolgjini. He earned 70,000SEK over the 2140 meters autostart course. His 11th lifetime win in 29 starts. At Solvalla, the Victory Tilly, worth 75,000SEK to the winner over 2140 meters autostart, went to Claes Boko (5m Varenne-Salma Boko-Express Ride) and driver Erik Adielsson. The pair were timed in 1.12.8kr. The Gay Noons for 100,000SEK first prize over 2140 meters autostart, went to Lord Flax (3m Love You-Lady de Villeneuve-Pearsall Hanover) and reinsman Frederik Soderberg. The well-bred mare D'One (4f Donato Hanover-Giant Diablo-Supergill) won a 40,000SEK first prize event over 1640 meters autostart in a quick 1.11kr. Roger Walmann trains the ten time winner in 17 starts. Also winning in 1.11kr over the same distance, in an aged event, was Bon Frecia (6m Steinlager-Fabiola Safir-Lindy's Crown) with Jorma Kontio up. He narrowly defeated Chapeau (6m Love You-Crown Tess-Crowntron) with Erik Adielsson aboard. Thomas H. Hicks  

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