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After careful and extensive consideration, the Hambletonian Society, in conjunction with Meadowlands, The Red Mile, Little Brown Jug Society and other harness racing industry clients, partners and stakeholders, have concluded that the April 15 payment deadline for stake and early-closers will remain intact. All entities fully realize that all members of the racing community are in the midst of extremely difficult and unprecedented circumstances on a global level. We are also aware that financial resources for many people will be stretched and staking horses is not going to be a priority. The staking of horses has always represented a long term investment - from yearling payments to entrance fees, they accompany every horse through the span of the payments, enhance the value of every "staked" horse, and the final number of paid-in (eligible) horses, along with added money from the stake sponsor, determines the value of each stake race. "The Hambletonian Society's 95-year mission statement of promoting stakes event and the Standardbred breed means we remain committed to flexibility in scheduling, placing and moving races if necessary, in partnership with stake sponsors and host tracks," said Hambletonian Society president John Campbell. "We want all owners who have paid into races to stay in the event so they share in the accumulated value to date either by eventually racing or being refunded as the owner at time of cancellation." The racing conditions and payment schedule for each event that are printed and posted are a contract between the owners of each horse and the Stake Sponsor. To change this contract would alter this legal agreement and could be challenged in court as a breach of contract. The Hambletonian Society would like to reinforce our policy that when any Stake or early-closer is canceled [see below] any staking fee will be refunded to the owner of the horse at time of cancellation. CANCELLATION: The Sponsor further reserves the right to cancel either or both of the races if for reasons beyond its control it becomes impractical or undesirable in the opinion of the Sponsor to conduct said race or races. If an event is not raced due to circumstances beyond its control, the Sponsor's responsibility and liability will be limited to refunding without interest: nomination, sustaining and entrance fees collected toward canceled events that have not been disbursed at the time of cancellation. If canceled after the first 2-year-old payment, these monies will be prorated among the owners of the horses eligible at the time of cancellation. If canceled prior to the first 2-year-old payment, the nomination fees will be refunded to the nominators. Since 2009, the Hambletonian Society has successfully refunded to individual nominators and owners more than $700,000 in payments from canceled races. Most recently, the Art Rooney and Lismore were canceled by Yonkers Raceway in late 2019, and all monies for two and three-year-olds eligible at time of cancellation were refunded to owners within 30 days of cancellation. Stake sponsors and host tracks have currently closed February payments for the stakes they service with that deadline, and are finalizing March 15 payments. The racing season and stakes calendar is unknown at this time and it is possible that Stakes may be canceled and others moved and rescheduled [see below.] Our conditions allow for and are clear that dates and venues may be changed. Definite dates will be published in the U.S.T.A. Stakes Guide in the year of the races. If for any reason it becomes impractical or undesirable, in the opinion of the Sponsor, to hold this race at the Track designated, the Sponsor reserves the right to change the date and/or the location of the Track for either any or all races. As soon as racing does resume we all will make every effort to hold as many Stakes and early-closers that we service as possible, and will be involved in rescheduling, moving races and setting up schedules that are in the best interests of everyone involved. We realize that Stake payment decisions may be difficult and will be a hardship for many people, but we request that everyone be cognizant of our obligations. *Accepting credit card payments for staking fees was instituted by the Hambletonian Society this year through a secure PNC bank platform. Should any race be canceled, all collected payments, regardless of method, will be refunded in total, to the owner at time of cancellation. ................................................... The Hambletonian Society is a non-profit organization formed in 1924 to sponsor the race for which it was named, the Hambletonian Stake. The Society's mission is to encourage and support the breeding of Standardbred horses through the development, administration and promotion of harness racing stakes, early-closing races and other special events. The Hambletonian Society currently services 133 of harness racing's richest and most prestigious events held at 12 North American racetracks under seven state jurisdictions. These include harness racing's most prominent race, the Hambletonian for 3-year-old trotters, its filly division, the Hambletonian Oaks and the sport's championship series, the Breeders Crown. Stakes and early closing races are events where the total purse is generated by eligibility payments from horse breeders and owners as well as funds added by the sponsor, usually the race track hosting the race.   Moira Fanning Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown 109 S Main Street, Suite 18 Cranbury, NJ 08512 609-371-2211 (work) 732-306-6713 (cell)      

Cranbury, NJ..... On behalf of the Hambletonian Society I would like to applaud the efforts of the FBI and all of the law enforcement agencies that were involved in the historic horse racing investigation and subsequent arrests. I would also like to commend Jeff Gural, the Jockey Club, and all the entities and individuals who were responsible for the initial investigation that led to the FBI getting involved. Some of the intercepted conversations that have been released are beyond appalling and one can only hope that the people found responsible for these statements and actions will be dealt with severely and no longer be allowed to participate in our industry or have any interaction with horses. The pain from the gaping wound this has caused to the horse racing industry will continue for some time. However with the regulatory and industry changes that will be accelerated by these events, we will emerge greatly strengthened. There must be changes, as it is clearly evident that the current regulatory and enforcement systems that are supposed to insure fair play and a level playing field are not enough. I am not going to speculate or suggest what those changes will or should be, but every organization and aspect of horse racing must come together to support a future that strengthens the integrity of racing and seeks a level playing field for all participants. This is imperative. Egos and agendas must be put aside. From this moment forward the horse racing industry has an opportunity to showcase a product in which the people who watch, wager on, and participate in, can have confidence. I can say, and many more people will attest, that the majority of those who work with and tend to horses are hard-working, love their horses and treat them with the utmost care and respect. Upon hearing of this investigation, the happiest group of people were the incalculable number of trainers and horse people who try to do things the proper way and conduct their business inside both legal and ethical guidelines. These people have renewed optimism and excitement that they will be able to compete and have success on the track. They cannot be defined by the small minority of wrongdoers. Hambletonian Society, Inc. Statement/John Campbell, President The Hambletonian Society is a non-profit organization formed in 1924 to sponsor the race for which it was named, the Hambletonian Stake. The Society's mission is to encourage and support the breeding of Standardbred horses through the development, administration and promotion of harness racing stakes, early-closing races and other special events. The Hambletonian Society currently services 133 of harness racing's richest and most prestigious events held at 12 North American racetracks under seven state jurisdictions. These include harness racing's most prominent race, the Hambletonian for 3-year-old trotters, its filly division, the Hambletonian Oaks and the sport's championship series, the Breeders Crown. Stakes and early closing races are events where the total purse is generated by eligibility payments from horse breeders and owners as well as funds added by the sponsor, usually the race track hosting the race. Moira Fanning

Cranbury, NJ.... The Hambletonian Society office is following state and federal guidelines in regard to the suppression and containment of the COVID-19 virus. Credit card payment of stakes fees is working successfully in the inaugural use, and mail and overnight delivery has been uninterrupted so far. Most work is being done remotely from home and employees are staggering office attendance to deal with the influx of stake payments but minimize contact. If you have any questions or need help with staking before the midnight March 17 postmark deadline please call 609-371-2211 or email our staking manager David Janes at Davidjanes@hambletonian.org. Our office will respond as quickly as we can. The Hambletonian Society Winter Board Meeting scheduled for March 22 will be conducted via teleconference. Further updates will be made available when the situation changes. The health of the racing industry and our Standardbred community continues to be our priority.  

Cranbury, NJ... February sustaining and nominating payments for 133 Hambletonian Society stake and late-closing events are due Saturday, February 15 and per USTA Rule 12 section 2, must be postmarked by midnight on Tuesday, February 18. February is the gateway payment for most 3-year-old and older stakes and closers as well as initial 2-year-old payments for Breeders Crown and Kentuckiana Stallion Management Stakes. This includes two legs of the Trotting Triple Crown, the $1.2 Million Hambletonian (with eliminations held the week prior) & $600,000 Hambletonian Oaks, as well as the MGM Yonkers Trot. All 2-Year-Old Breeders Crown are estimated at $600,000. The Breeders Crown sophomore events will be raced for $500,000 as will the Breeders Crown Trot & Pace. Mare Open events are bumped to $300,000 for the second consecutive year. All 12 Breeders Crown races are hosted by Harrah's Hoosier Park on Friday, Oct. 30 and Saturday, October 31. Race conditions, payment forms and much more information is available online at www.hambletonian.com. For additional information call the Society offices at 609-371-2211. by Moira Fanning, for the Hambletonian Society  

Cranbury, NJ.....The milestone 95th Hambletonian will be raced on Saturday, August 8 at The New Meadowlands in Rutherford, NJ. Though traditionally scheduled on the first Saturday in August, every six years the event moves to the second Saturday, as is the case in 2020. The Meadowlands has been the longest-running host track of America's Classic Trotting event, having staged the race for the last 38 years since the Society voted to relocate from the Du Quoin State Fair in Illinois in 1981. The partners recently extended their contract to host the Hambletonian through 2023. The $1.2 million event will revert to elimination heats raced the week before on Saturday, August 1, along with the eliminations for the distaff companion event, the $600,000 Hambletonian Oaks. The race is simulcast internationally and attracts record wagering handle and attendance at the north Jersey track. The Hambletonian has undergone multiple format changes and been raced at six host tracks since 1926. The Hambletonian is the first leg of the trotting Triple Crown, followed by the Yonkers Trot in Yonkers, NY and the Kentucky Futurity in Lexington, KY. It is currently the only harness racing broadcast on network TV, and has been for more than 30 years. The $400,000 Hambletonian Maturity, for eligible 4-year-old trotters, will be raced on Saturday, July 18, the night of the Meadowlands Pace. For more information contact Moira Fanning at the Hambletonian Society (609-371-2211) or Rachel Ryan at the Meadowlands Racetrack (201-842-5015). From the Hambletonian Society

All 3-year-old trotters not eligible to the 2019 Hambletonian or Oaks have the option to supplement to the 2020 Hambletonian Maturity for 4-year-olds, with a supplemental payment of $2,000 on Nov. 15. The $400,000E Hambletonian Maturity is raced at The Meadowlands at a distance of a mile and an eighth and all starters receive money. It is typically the richest 4-year-old Trot offered. There is an additional supplemental window of $5,000 on February 15, 2020. Eligible trotters to the Oaks or Hambletonian in 2019 make a sustaining payment of $2,000 (fillies pay $1,500) on February 15, 2020 to start, as do supplemental entrants. The Hambletonian Maturity of 2020 will be the seventh edition of the race created by the Hambletonian Society and The Meadowlands to provide a racing opportunity for four-year-old trotters. All supplemental nomination fees are made payable to the Hambletonian Society Inc. and are added to the amount of the purse of the specific race. For more information go to https://www.hambletonian.com/formsinfo or call David Janes at 609-371-2211. From the Hambletonian Society

There is little change this week in the Top Ten Poll. Gimpanzee did move up to #6 with Real Cool Sam dropping one notch to #7. Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown Standardbred Poll: Week 25 – 11/12/2019 Rank Name (First Place Votes) Age/Gait/Sex Record Earnings Points Pvs 1 Shartin N (18) 6pm 17-14-2-0 $920,177 311 1 2 Greenshoe (11) 3tc 13-10-3-0 $1,277,049 275 2 3 Bettor’s Wish (1) 3pc 17-12-5-0 $1,436,445 262 3 4 Warrawee Ubeaut (4) 3pf 17-12-2-3 $923,898 248 4 5 Manchego (1) 4tm 16-8-0-0 $500,038 177 5 6 Gimpanzee 3tc 12-7-1-2 $997,163 97 7 7 Real Cool Sam 2tg 10-9-0-0 $497,774 79 6 8 Tall Dark Stranger 2pc 9-8-1-0 $717,514 78 8 9 Lather Up 4ph 12-8-1-1 $768,011 73 9 10 McWicked 8ph 16-6-3-3 $1,017,466 60 10   ALSO:  Caviart Ally 47; Atlanta 45; Dancin Lou 28; Papi Rob Hanover, Southwind Ozzi 23; Lyons Sentinel 15; Winndevie 12; Ramona Hill 11; Amigo Volo 10; Bold Eagle 8; Forbidden Trace 6; Elver Hanover, Millies Possesion 5; American History, Reflect With Me 4; Captain Crunch, Emoticon Hanover, Hypnotic AM, Sister Sledge, Six Pack 3; Youaremycandygirl 2; Hickfromfrenchlick, When Dovescry 1.

There were no changes from last week in the Top Ten Poll Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown Standardbred Poll: Week 24 – 11/5/2019 Rank Name (First Place Votes) Age/Gait/Sex Record Earnings Points Pvs 1 Shartin N (17) 6pm 17-14-2-0 $920,177 306 1 2 Greenshoe (11) 3tc 13-10-3-0 $1,277,049 282 2 3 Bettor’s Wish (1) 3pc 17-12-5-0 $1,436,445 255 3 4 Warrawee Ubeaut (5) 3pf 17-12-2-3 $923,898 251 4 5 Manchego (1) 4tm 15-7-0-0 $485,038 189 5 6 Real Cool Sam 2tg 10-9-0-0 $497,774 88 6 7 Gimpanzee 3tc 12-7-1-2 $997,163 86 7 8 Tall Dark Stranger 2pc 9-8-1-0 $717,514 75 8 9 Lather Up 4ph 12-8-1-1 $768,011 70 9 10 McWicked 8ph 16-6-3-3 $1,017,466 63 10   ALSO:  Caviart Ally 49; Atlanta 48; Dancin Lou 29; Southwind Ozzi 24; Bold Eagle 16; Papi Rob Hanover 15; Ramona Hill 13; Amigo Volo 10; Winndevie 9; Forbidden Trade 8; Lyons Sentinel, Six Pack 6; Elver Hanover, Millies Possesion 5; American History, Reflect With Me 4; Emoticon Hanover 3; The Ice Dutchess 2; Captain Crunch, Don’t Let’em, Guardian Angel AS, When Dovescry 1.

Warrawee Ubeaut jumped up from seventh place to fourth place in this weeks Top Ten Poll. She was very impressive Saturday in her Breeders Crown elimination victory. This week Shartin N remains atop the poll with 19 points while Greenshoe (13) and Bettor's Wish (2) received first place votes. And Manchego (who also received 1 first place vote) was able to break into the top ten poll in tenth place. Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown Standardbred Poll: Week 22 – 10/22/2019 Rank Name (First Place Votes) Age/Gait/Sex Record Earnings Points Pvs 1 Shartin N (19) 6pm 16-14-1-0 $848,177 327 1 2 Greenshoe (13) 3tc 12-10-2-0 $1,164,550 317 2 3 Bettor’s Wish (2) 3pc 16-12-4-0 $1,301,294 283 3 4 Warrawee Ubeaut 3pf 16-11-2-3 $648,748 141 7 5 Real Cool Sam 2tg 9-9-0-0 $454,575 140 4 6 Southwind Ozzi 3pc 13-9-3-0 $810,610 123 5 7 Lather Up 4ph 12-8-1-1 $768,011 104 6 8 McWicked 8ph 15-6-3-3 $981,466 95 9 9 Atlanta 4tm 12-7-3-0 $658,400 83 10 10 Manchego (1) 4tm 14-6-0-0 $322,388 81 -- ALSO:  Tall Dark Stranger 79; Forbidden Trade 31; Lyons Sentinel 18; Captain Crunch 16; Elver Hanover 13; Gimpanzee 11; Hypnotic AM, Papi Rob Hanover 8; Century Farroh, Dancin Lou 7; Alicorn, Guardian Angel AS, Millies Possesion 6; When Dovescry 4; Caviart Ally, Rich And Miserable 3; The Ice Dutchess 2; Priceless, Sister Sledge, Tall Drink Hanover 1.  

Hightstown, NJ — McWicked rejoined the top 10 in this week’s Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown poll following his victory in the Dan Rooney Invitational Pace on Saturday at Yonkers Raceway. The 8-year-old pacing stallion, who was the 2018 Horse of the Year in both the U.S. and Canada, was ranked No. 9. His most recent previous appearance in the top 10 came in week 14 of the voting, when he was No. 10. Pacing mare Shartin N remained No. 1, followed by 3-year-old colt trotter Greenshoe and 3-year-old colt pacer Bettor’s Wish. The Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown poll, which runs weekly through November, does not determine Horse of the Year. The members of the U.S. Harness Writers Association vote on all Dan Patch Award division winners plus Trotter of the Year, Pacer of the Year and Horse of the Year. Rankings based on the votes of harness racing media representatives on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis. Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown Standardbred Poll: Week 21 – 10/15/2019 Rank Name (First Place Votes) Age/Gait/Sex Record Earnings Points Pvs 1 Shartin N (19) 6pm 16-14-1-0 $848,177 328 1 2 Greenshoe (14) 3tc 12-10-2-0 $1,164,550 318 2 3 Bettor’s Wish 3pc 15-11-4-0 $1,288,944 278 3 4 Real Cool Sam 2tg 9-9-0-0 $454,575 138 7 5 Southwind Ozzi 3pc 12-9-2-0 $804,435 132 5 6 Lather Up 4ph 12-8-1-1 $768,011 120 4 7 Warrawee Ubeaut 3pf 15-10-2-3 $636,398 118 8 8 Tall Dark Stranger (1) 2pc 7-7-0-0 $411,265 99 9 9 McWicked 8ph 15-6-3-3 $981,466 97 -- 10 Atlanta 4tm 12-7-3-0 $658,400 88 6 ALSO:  Manchego 67*; Forbidden Trade 26; Captain Crunch, Gimpanzee 18; Elver Hanover 13; Alicorn, Hypnotic AM 10; Lyons Sentinel 9; Boadicea, When Dovescry 7; Century Farroh, Guardian Angel AS 5; Caviart Ally, Green Manalishi S 4; Rich And Miserable 3; Custom Cantab, Six Pack, Tall Drink Hanover 1. *Manchego did receive one first place vote by Ken Weingartner, for the USTA

After an impressive victory in the Kentucky Futurity and a second place finish by harness racing poll leader Shartin N, Greenshoe has closed the gap in the Top Ten Poll. Shartin N is still #1 with 19 first place votes as Greenshoe moved closer with 14 first place votes and surprisingly, undefeated Tall Dark Stranger received one first place vote while remaining in 9th position. After the battle for the #1 position, the only changes in the Top Ten Poll comes at the end of the list where Warraee Ubeaut moved from 10th to 8th position and Manchego, after becoming the fastest female trotter of all time, is on the Top Ten Poll in 10th position. Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown Standardbred Poll: Week 20 – 10/8/2019 Rank Name (First Place Votes) Age/Gait/Sex Record Earnings Points Pvs 1 Shartin N (19) 6pm 16-14-1-0 $848,177 328 1 2 Greenshoe (14) 3tc 12-10-2-0 $1,164,550 317 2 3 Bettor’s Wish 3pc 15-11-4-0 $1,288,944 274 3 4 Lather Up 4ph 12-8-1-1 $768,011 161 4 5 Southwind Ozzi 3pc 12-9-2-0 $804,435 136 5 6 Atlanta 4tm 11-7-3-0 $658,400 128 6 7 Real Cool Sam 2tg 9-9-0-0 $454,575 125 7 8 Warrawee Ubeaut 3pf 15-10-2-3 $636,398 112 10 9 Tall Dark Stranger (1) 2pc 7-7-0-0 $411,265 92 9 10 Manchego (1) 4tm 13-5-0-0 $310,038 78 -- ALSO:  McWicked 30; Elver Hanover 21; Captain Crunch 17; Gimpanzee 16; Forbidden Trade 15; When Dovescry 12; Century Farroh 10; Caviart Ally, Six Pack 8; Alicorn, Hypnotic AM, Lyons Sentinel 7; Green Manalishi S, Guardian Angel AS 4; Capt Midnight, Rich And Miserable 3; Denali Seelster, Tall Drink Hanover 1.

Hightstown, NJ — Bluegrass Stakes division winner Bettor’s Wish moved into the top three in this week’s Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown harness racing poll, where Shartin N remained the unanimous No. 1 and Greenshoe, also a Bluegrass winner, stayed at No. 2. Lather Up, who was idle, swapped places with Bettor’s Wish and was fourth, followed by idle Southwind Ozzi. The next three spots were unchanged with idle Atlanta sixth, idle Real Cool Sam seventh and Bluegrass division runner-up Gimpanzee eighth. Tall Dark Stranger, idle, improved a notch to ninth and Warrawee Ubeaut moved into the top 10 despite also being idle as Bluegrass division runner-up Captain Crunch dropped out. The Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown poll, which runs weekly through November, does not determine Horse of the Year. The members of the U.S. Harness Writers Association vote on all Dan Patch Award division winners plus Trotter of the Year, Pacer of the Year and Horse of the Year. Rankings based on the votes of harness racing media representatives on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis. Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown Standardbred Poll: Week 19 – 10/1/2019 Rank Name (First Votes) A/G/S Record Earnings Points Pvs 1 Shartin N (35) 6pm 15-14-0-0 $826,427 350 1 2 Greenshoe 3tc 11-9-2-0 $939,550 286 2 3 Bettor’s Wish 3pc 14-10-4-0 $1,153,944 238 4 4 Lather Up 4ph 12-8-1-1 $768,011 211 3 5 Southwind Ozzi 3pc 11-9-1-0 $736,935 165 5 6 Atlanta 4tm 11-7-3-0 $658,400 161 6 7 Real Cool Sam 2tg 8-8-0-0 $420,038 103 7 8 Gimpanzee 3tc 9-6-1-1 $691,163 62 8 9 Tall Dark Stranger 2pc 6-6-0-0 $376,890 57 10 10 Warrawee Ubeaut 3pf 14-9-2-3 $528,398 43 — ALSO: Captain Crunch 39; Forbidden Trade 36; When Dovescry 32; Elver Hanover 23; Lyons Sentinel 17; Manchego 13; Hypnotic AM 12; Guardian Angel AS 10; Alicorn, Green Manalishi S, Tall Drink Hanover 9; Century Farroh 8; McWicked, Millies Possesion, Treacherous Reign 6; Capt Midnight, Caviart Ally, Rich And Miserable 3; Crystal Fashion 2; American History, Papi Rob Hanover, Yall Beneath Me 1. by Ken Weingartner, for the USTA

The Hambletonian Society, which owns and administers the $6 million Breeders Crown series, will raise the purses on seven of the 12 divisions of the Breeders Crown championship races to held at Woodbine Mohawk Park on Oct. 25 & 26. "In recent years the Breeders Crown program has enjoyed support on all fronts - from breeders, owners, trainers and stallion nominators, and we always strive to keep our purse levels high while maintaining the future stability of the program," said John Campbell, president of the Hambletonian Society. "It's important to give owners return on their stake payments, particularly for the two-year-old divisions, as quickly as possible." For the fifth straight year the two-year-old Breeders Crown events will be raised to $600,000, making them among the richest offered for the age group in North America. An additional $50,000 will be added to each of the mare events and $100,000 to the open pace. The Breeders Crown Mare Trot and Pace will now race for $300,000 each and the Breeders Crown Pace for $500,000. The Crown Trot and all four sophomore divisions remain at $500,000. The Society has a mission statement incumbent on supporting and promoting the breeding of Standardbred horses, and raising two-year-old purses shows provides immediate benefit to breeders, owners and yearling buyers. The 2019 Breeders Crown will take place over two nights in October, with the host track of Woodbine Mohawk Park creating a festive weekend of events surrounding the races. The parent group, Woodbine Entertainment Group, has hosted more Breeders Crowns from 1984 to the present than any other entity, with one at Greenwood, 91 at Woodbine and 64 at Mohawk. Eliminations for 2-year-old races will be held Friday, Oct. 18, while 3-year-old and older eliminations will race Saturday, Oct. 19. The freshmen Breeders Crown finals take place Friday, Oct. 25 and the eight three-year-old and up events are set for Saturday, Oct. 26 Harness Racing's Championship Series Presented by Woodbine Mohawk Park Twelve Events  $6.5 Million Estimated in Purses Friday, October 25 $600,000 BREEDERS CROWN 2YO COLT TROT $600,000 BREEDERS CROWN 2YO FILLY TROT $600,000 BREEDERS CROWN 2YO COLT PACE $600,000 BREEDERS CROWN 2YO FILLY PACE Saturday, October 26 $300,000 BREEDERS CROWN MARE TROT $300,000 BREEDERS CROWN MARE PACE $500,000 BREEDERS CROWN 3YO FILLY TROT $500,000 BREEDERS CROWN 3YO COLT TROT $500,000 BREEDERS CROWN TROT $500,000 BREEDERS CROWN PACE $500,000 BREEDERS CROWN 3YO FILLY PACE $500,000 BREEDERS CROWN 3YO COLT PACE by Moira Fanning, for the Hambletonian Society

Shartin N continues once again to be the unanimous choice of all 35 Top Ten Poll voters as the #1 Standardbred in North America. The big news this week is Southwind Ozzi, after winning the Little Brown Jug, moved from #10 up to #5 position and Lather Up has dropped down a notch to Greenshoe. And undefeated Tall Dark Stranger hit the poll in the #10 spot. Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown Standardbred Poll: Week 18 – 9/24/2019 Rank Name (First Place Votes) Age/Gait/Sex Record Earnings Points Pvs 1 Shartin N (35) 6pm 15-14-0-0 $826,427 350 1 2 Greenshoe 3tc 10-8-2-0 $891,500 251 3 3 Lather Up 4ph 12-8-1-1 $768,011 244 2 4 Bettor’s Wish 3pc 13-9-4-0 $1,109,544 218 4 5 Southwind Ozzi 3pc 11-9-1-0 $736,935 165 10 6 Atlanta 4tm 11-7-3-0 $658,400 152 5 7 Real Cool Sam 2tg 8-8-0-0 $420,038 114 6 8 Gimpanzee 3tc 8-6-0-1 $667,138 69 7 9 Captain Crunch 3pc 9-5-0-1 $687,077 59 8 10 Tall Dark Stranger 2pc 6-6-0-0 $376,890 54 --   ALSO: Forbidden Trade 37; Warrawee Ubeaut 30; Century Farroh 23; Guardian Angel AS, Lyons Sentinel 21; Hypnotic AM 19; Tall Drink Hanover 14; McWicked 11; Millies Possesion 10; Green Manalishi S 9; Alicorn, Evident Beauty, When Dovescry 8; Caviart Ally 7; Capt Midnight 6; Elver Hanover 4; Crystal Fashion, Zero Tolerance 3; Manchego 2; Fox Valley Gemini, Papi Rob Hanover, Rich And Miserable, Sister Sledge, Wiggle It Jiggleit 1.  

Shartin N remains the unanimous queen of the Top Ten Poll for the third straight week. Greenshoe switched positions with Bettor's Wish (3 & 4) although both horses won identical KYSS divisions on Sunday. There were no newcomers to the Top Ten Poll this week. Forbidden Trade did drop down two positons from #7 to #9 after his loss in the Canadian Trotting Derby. Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown Standardbred Poll: Week 17 – 9/17/2019 Rank Name (First Place Votes) Age/Gait/Sex Record Earnings Points Pvs 1 Shartin N (35) 6pm 15-14-0-0 $826,427 350 1 2 Lather Up 4ph 12-8-1-1 $768,011 260 2 3 Greenshoe 3tc 10-8-2-0 $891,500 250 4 4 Bettor’s Wish 3pc 13-9-4-0 $1,109,544 239 3 5 Atlanta 4tm 11-7-3-0 $658,400 191 5 6 Real Cool Sam 2tg 8-8-0-0 $420,038 122 6 7 Gimpanzee 3tc 8-6-0-1 $667,138 108 9 8 Captain Crunch 3pc 9-5-0-1 $687,077 62 8 9 Forbidden Trade 3tc 11-6-3-1 $819,172 59 7 10 Southwind Ozzi 3pc 9-7-1-0 $480,935 52 10 ALSO: Guardian Angel AS, McWicked 36; Hypnotic AM 32; Tall Drink Hanover 21; Millies Possesion 18; Green Manalishi S, Tall Dark Stranger 13; When Dovescry 12; Capt Midnight 11; Century Farroh 9; Alicorn 8; Best In Show, Crystal Fashion, Zero Tolerance 4; Manchego, Sister Sledge 2; American History, Courtly Choice, Elver Hanover, Evident Beauty, Hannelore Hanover, Lyons Sentinel, Rich And Miserable 1.

For the second straight week the world champion pacing mare, Shartin N, remains a unanimous #1 choice among the 35 voters. Captain Crunch dropped from #5 to #8 this week and Southwind Ozzi (who beat Captain Crunch) breaks into the Top Ten in 10th position. Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown Standardbred Poll: Week 16 – 9/10/2019 Rank Name (First Place Votes) Age/Gait/Sex Record Earnings Points Pvs 1 Shartin N (35) 6pm 15-14-0-0 $826,427 350 1 2 Lather Up 4ph 12-8-1-1 $768,011 271 2 3 Bettor’s Wish 3pc 12-8-4-0 $984,544 230 3 4 Greenshoe 3tc 9-7-2-0 $766,500 227 4 5 Atlanta 4tm 11-7-3-0 $658,400 186 6 6 Real Cool Sam 2tg 8-8-0-0 $420,038 101 8 7 Forbidden Trade 3tc 10-6-3-1 $796,484 97 7 8 Captain Crunch 3pc 9-5-0-1 $687,077 86 5 9 Gimpanzee 3tc 7-5-0-1 $554,638 66 9 10 Southwind Ozzi 3pc 9-7-1-0 $480,935 51 -- ALSO: McWicked 45; When Dovescry 43; Guardian Angel AS 40; Hypnotic AM 27; Tall Drink Hanover 21; Millies Possesion 17; Tall Dark Stranger 13; Crystal Fashion 10; Century Farroh, Manchego 7; Alicorn 6; Capt Midnight, Sister Sledge 5; Hannelore Hanover 4; Green Manalishi S, Western Fame 3; Courtly Choice, Dancin Yankee, Elver Hanover, Rich And Miserable 1.

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