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March 17, 2020 - Saturday’s Jatozi DIJ (purse 400,000Huf, 1900 meters autostart) saw 10.7/1 Aurora (4f Frullino Jet-Lezer-Baltic Bet) rally from far back after a second tier start to win this harness racing event timed in 1.19.6kr. Gyorgy Horvath teamed this winner for trainer Imre Fazekas to her second career victory. 6.7/1 Agnella (4f Maximus Lindy-Diatomea PL-Friendly Face) held second for Balazs Juhasz and 53.7/1 Zarkozz! (5f Racino-Gyorsuj!-Witsends Speedy) took the third purse check. Aurora The featured race of the day was the Joker DIJ (purse 600,000Huf, 1960 meters distance handicap) and the 1.19.6kr clocked winner was 2.1/1 Zolta (5m Naglo-Gazza Jet-Supergill) with trainer Veljko Maszity. The 20 meter handicapped and 14.4/1 Kings Call (7g SJs Photo-Marina Emre-Adams Hall) was second for Emese Vezer and 10.9/1 Lingot AT (5m Jasmin d’Odyssee) took third for Balazs Juhasz. Zolta Kincsem Park subsequently announced that it will not host live racing until further notice. This day was the 146th birthday of the birth of national icon Kincsem, and also the 133rd anniversary of her death. Considered one of the best thoroughbred ever, Kincsem won 54 times in as many times over various distances and weights and died after having five winning performers. Her statue is presented at entry to Kincsem Park. Thomas H. Hicks

Usain (7g Medic Hanover-Dolores-Yankee Yankee) was a game front end winner of the Tavaszi Handicap (purse 1,100,000Huf, 1960 meters distance handicap) timed in 1.20kr with trainer Ferenc Nagy II at the lines. He was off at 2.8/1 odds. The 11.4/1 Sensation (9g Incredible Cole-Intellige of Star-Oaklea Bluejay) was second with Emil Csordas up for trainer Pal Vicen and third went to 7.2/1 White Plains (7f Anderberg-Candy Kiss-Uno di Jesolo) with Sandor Varga aboard for trainer Ferenc Kulin. Usain Prior winners of this event are shown below: The undercard included the Uvestigris Handicap (purse 500,000HUf, 1900 meters autostart) and 1.9/1 odds veteran Sanger Ms (10g Victory Scream-Samba Ms-Armbro Goal) scored in 1.17.7kr with Goran Zolnaji, the trainer, aboard.  This classy campaigner bested Timoko RL and Lingot AT. Earlier the Pippcsos DIJ (purse 570,000€, 1800 meters autostart) saw even-money favorite Valentino (6f Frullino Jet-Chemize Cobra-Atlas Fighter L) scored in 1.17.3kr. Emil Csordas reined the Pal Vicen trainee. In the non-wagering races, the classy mare Longines (6f Conway Hall-Kentucky Love Song-Valley Victor) won a qualifier for Andrea Fazekas timed in 1.18.5kr after a long time off. Longines is a fine mare with 15 career victories in 16 starts. She was defeated once in 2019. Kincsem Park files/photo by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

Saturday’s Kincsem Park in Budapest, Hungary, featured Laszlo Tolnay Memorial (purse 600,000Huf, 1960 meters distance handicap) saw 3.3/1 Vital RG (6m SJs Photo-Vitesse OR-Indro Park) score for trainer/driver Tibor Hajnal timed in 1.19.2kr. \ This 20-meter handicapped winner defeated Ula Kiraly (7m Vioxx SR-Helicon-Awesome Goal) that was off at 3.9/1 and reined by Csaba Lakatos, also a 20-meter handicapped performer. 8.1/1 Rocky HR (8m Roc de Montfort-Times-SJs Photo) overcame a 20-meter penalty to gain third for trainer/driver Balazs Juhasz. 2.6/1 Disney HR (7f Light Up de Vonnais-Times-SJs Photo) was third for Imre Fazekas. Vital RG On February 24-25 Hungary was represented in the Amateur World Cup held at Pompano Park (Florida, USA). Andrea Fazekas represented Hungary and used a victory (pacer Jaded Dream) and a second in the final two races to earn third place in the point totals. Piet Von Pollaert of Belgium and Italy’s Andrea Sallustio took the first two spots in the points battle. USTA’s Mike Tanner was on hand to present the winning amateur drivers’ trophies. Jaded Dream, Andrea Fazekas   FEGAT, World Cup files/photos by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

Aileron (8g Scarlet Knight-Quacelle-Jackpot du Relais) took the weekend’s Kincsem Park featured Geza Sennyey Memorial (purse 1,500,000Huf, 1800 meters autostart) clocked in 1.15.2kr and reined by Sandor Varga. Joseph Rutkai trains and owns the winner through his Prolongo Trading. The legendary Stefan Melander bred Aileron and won the Hambletonian with Scarlet Knight. He was off at 1.9/1. The 10.3/1 odds Milady Amok (7g Scarlet Knight-Balett Amok-Defi d’Aunou) was second for Csaba Lakatos with 7.7/1 Alexander UR (6g Infinitif-Hoity Toity Face-Enjoy Lavec) was home third for Ferenc Nagy III. Aileron Prior winners of this classic winter race for aged trotters follows: Sennyey Memorial Winners from 2010 2010 NOIR DESIR (FRA) 1800 19.6 Lakatos Csaba  9 stpm  Pine Chip - Courtoirade    II. Taylor Boko (SWE III. What a Man (SWE)    Teny.: Albert Cayron, Franciaország  2011 IMIKE 1800 15.6 Kovács Dóra  9 stpher  Valley Guardian - Astalavista     II. Simb Illusion (SWE)  III. Magna Charta    Teny.: Varga Lajos, Budapest  2012 KISKARCSI 1800 22.6 Lakatos Csaba  8 pher Castleton Magic - Best Love     II. Magna Charta 8  8 pher Castleton Magic - Best Love    +II. Youp Lucswolle (NED)    Teny.: MÁM Rt., Mezőhegyes 2013 MASTERPIECE 1800 16.3 Márton Lajos  7 pm Tony Oaks - Fairplay     II. Rose’s La Nena (SWE) III. Wale (SWE)    Teny.: AMMA Rt., Budapest  2014 PRETTY PAPER (USA) 1800 15.6 Szűcs Attila  6 stpk Credit Winner - Anticipation     II. Ollyan nincs III. Night Lady    Teny.: Maple Hill Standardbred Farm, New Jersey, USA  2015 RINETTE STREAMLINE (SWE) 1800 15.8 Lakatos Csaba  8 pk Kashner Hanover - Keys Praise     II. Night Lady  III. Ollyan nincs    Teny.: Strömline AB, Moheda, Svédország  2016 CREDITS BY MYSELF (GER) 1800 16.3 Dejan Katanic  10 stpm Credit Winner - Me myself I    II. Grumetti (GER)  III. Milliondollar Lux (ITA)    Teny.: Elisabeth Olivier van and der Veen, Németország  2017 MILLIONDOLLAR LUX (ITA) 1800 17.5 Csordás Emil  11 stpm Ganymede - Dadaumpa Jet     II. Rinette Streamline (SWE)  III. Orderly (SWE)    Teny.:  Lux Srl., Olaszország  2018 VICTORY KNICK (SWE) 1800 17.1 Csordás Emil 6 vlpher Cantab Hall - Lapponia Knick     II. Conway Boko (NED) III. Underpaid Hanover (USA)    Teny.:  Knick AB és Sprufa AB, Svedala, Svédország  2019 PIERA DEL BAR (ITA) 1800 15.7 Fazekas Imre  10 stpk Abano As - Exile Bar     II. Part Two (FIN) III. Rocky HR (CRO)    Teny.:  AZ Agr. Truccone Luigi, Olaszország On the undercard was the Hitves DIJ (purse 400,000Huf, 1900 meters autostart) with victory earned by 1.1/1 Pan Globe Jaycee (6f Muscles Yankee-Impala Jaycee-Othello Vivant) timed in 1.15.8kr and reined by Goran Zolnaji. The Germany bred winner scored in her first 2019 start after winning two straight in 2018 in Hungary. She drew off from her competition and was impressive. 20.8/1 Lingot AT (5m Jasmin d’Odyssee) took second for Juhasz Balazs and third was 7.6/1 Ugolino Ans (7g Yankee Glide-Cristina Ans-Bon Vivant).    Pan Globe Jaycee Later in the program was the Globus DIJ (purse 600,000HUF, 2400 meters autostart) and 7/1 Disney HR (7f Light Up de Vonnas-Times-SJs Photo) scored in 1.18.3kr with Andrea Fazekas at the lines, Juhasz Balazs trains this winner as well as second finishing 1.5/1 Rocky HR (8g Roc de Montfort-Times-SJs Photo) that he piloted. 9.5/1 Samuel Becket AT (8m Diablo Va Bene) took thirds for Tibor Hajnal. The top two are from the successful SJs Photo mare, Times.Disney HR Kincsem Park files/photos by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

Unique Vil (7m Conway Hall-Debroah Bi-Park Avenue Joe) took the weekend Kincsem Park featured Imike DIJ (purse 600,000€, 1960 meters distance handicap) with a 1.18.1kr timed victory. He was handicapped 40 meters and reined by trainer Istvan Papp, off at 12.4/1 odds. Two other 40 meter penalized trotters followed the winner with second to 7.7/1 Milliondollar Lux (14m Ganymede-Dadaumpa Jet-Supergill) handled by Ferenc Nagy III. Third was 3/1 Victory Knick (8g Cantab Hall-Lapponia Knick-Lindy’s Crown) with Emil Csordas aboard. Unique Vil Horsemen and women and their horses were honored at the annual Gala held at Kincsem Park. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDIK1v5GhkY&feature=emb_logo Kincsem Park files/photo by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink    

Dr. Paul Spears of the Standardbred Horse Sales Company and Hanover Shoe Farms spoke on Tuesday at Kincsem Park in Budapest, Hungary on “Breeding a Derby Champion” to an enthusiastic audience of trotting breeders and trainers (National Trotting Breeders’ Association of Hungary “UTOE”). The program was part of an ongoing series of educational events arranged by the UTOE. Dr. Spears focused his remarks on pedigree analysis and the factors that have proven successful in the USA and at Hanover Shoe Farms. He illustrated that success using the profile of Hambletonian winner Perfect Spirit, also a multiple fast-class winner in Europe. The UTOE’s Karoj Kotun (Breeding Manager) and Dr. Attila Balogh (President) presented Dr. Spears with a gift of thanks for his work to benefit Hungarian breeders. Thanks also to the other team members that made this educational event successful:  István Pacsi - CEO of two companies Kincsem Nemzeti Loverseny Kft (racing organizer) and Magyar Loversenyfogadast Szervezo Kft (wagering company) Rezső Szecsi - Vice President of UTOE  Botond Kovacs - works with the racecourse company Andrea Fazekas - amateur driver, works with UTOE György Horvath - driver, breeder (left to right – Mr. Karoj Kotun, Dr. Paul Spears, Dr. Attila Balogh)   It was a packed house to hear Dr. Paul Sears speak. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

Racing resumed today at Kincsem Park following their exceptional New Year’s Eve celebration and the featured Evnyito DIJ (purse 600,000HUf, 1960 meters distance handicap) went to 1.17.9kr timed and 16/1 odds Vital RG (6m SJs Photo-Vitesse OR-Indro Park). Tibor Hajnal teamed the winner to his eighth win in 32 starts in Hungary. The 1.2/1 favporite Alexander UR (6g Infinitif) overcame a 20 meter handicap and rallied for second with Sandor Varga aboard. Another 20 meter penalized trotter, Pierra del Bar (11f Abano As), ended third with Balazs Juhasz at her lines. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

On January 3, 2020  the annual Kincsem Park trotting new yeawr festival, the Ugetoszilveszter 2020 was quite an entertainment event for the whole family with food, beverage, music, disco, petting zoo for the kids and of course the New Years Eve celebration and harness racing live program. The event also serves as an awards ceremony for the seasons leaders in the trots, gallop and greyhound categories. The very large crowd was greeted to a superb trots program with the featutred races won by Maugli (3m El Nino) and Take Me Home (7g Let’s Go). Maugli was impressive and now a winner in four of his last five starts and his 2020 four year old campaign should be one to watch. With the December 31 results, the 2019 trotting leaders are shown below. Special congrats are in order to Veljko Mazsity, Hico istallo and Kabala Menes Kft. for a sensational year and same to a host of others. Trot Leaders Horses Dash wins Zeal di Girifalco - 8 wins Zolta - 8 wins Purse earnings Zseneröz - 10.340.000 HUF Trainers Dash wins Laszlo Kolozsi – 33 wins Veljko Mazsity – 33 wins Purse earnings Csaba Lakatos– 18.581.000 HUF 25 wins Imre Fazekas – 18,485,000 HUF 30 wins Drivers Dash wins Veljko Mazsity – 33 wins Ferenc Nagy II – 22 wins Laszlo Kolozsi – 22 wins. The attached photo gallery is from New Years Eve at Kincsem Park. Maugli (3m El Nino) Janko Sagaj up Take Me Home (7g Let’s Go) and pilot Joze Sagaj The Kincsem Park program, photos of the day and comments from attendees on December 31 tells a great story about promotion, event execution and how to entertain children and families. Great expeiences help build ongoing customer support in this and any business.  Program: https://kincsempark.hu/data/versenyprogram/2019/versenyprogram_2019_12_31.pdf\  Congrats to the management of Kincsem Park (Istvan Pecsi) and Ugeto.com for a superb season and for making Ugetoszilveszter successful. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Great weather, a large enthusiastic audience and great racing made the New Year’s Eve Ugetosilveszter at Kincsem Park in Budapest, Hungary very special, as it always is. This celebration of horse and human leaders accompanies a fine racing program that began with the Corvinus-Konfetti DIJ (purse 800,000Huf, 1900 meters autostart). Pan Globe Jaycee (5f Muscles Yankee-Impala Jaycee-Othello Vivant) scored at 5.2/1 timed in 1.16.6kr for Goran Zolnaji, and she is now unbeaten in Hungary in two outings. 5/1 Zona (4f Offenbach Bigi-Kama-Valley Guardian) was second for Emil Csordas and 5.9/1 Zara Mia (4f Vanito) took third money for Ferenc Nagy II. To see the race program, click here. The first big purse event today was the Oroszlan Memorial Handicap (purse 1,200,000Huf, 1900 meters autostart) and the 1.18.6kr clocked winner was 4.4/1 Urania RG (6f Racino-Sweet Pine-Pine Chip) with Andor Angyal up for trainer Goran Zolnaji. 4.1/1 Dabano As (8m Abano As-Drafi As-Pine Chip) took second for Csaba Lakatos, ahead of 12.5/1 Szacharin (8f Vanito). The Pancho DIJ (purse 1,500,000Huf, 1900 meters autostart) saw the 4.9/1 invader Maugli (3g El Nino-Manisha Vita-Zerberus) rally after an early stretch battle for a three length 1.16.2kr score from post 12. Jarko Sagaj from Szlovenia is the owner/trainer/driver of Maulgli that now shows five wins in his last six appearances. 9.6/1 Urzulina (6f Maximus Lindy-Cicciiolina Fling-Supergill) was second handled by Csaba Lakatos. Third was 25.2/1 Zanebono (4f Frullino Jet) for Branislav Mukity. The feature race this day was the Traco-Loveresyleti DIJ (purse 2,000,000Huf, 1960 meters distance handicap) and the 40-meter penalized Take Me Home (7g Lets Go Along-Majestic Angel-Broadway Hall) scored in 1.16.3kr. Joze Sagaj teamed the winner for Zvonic Osterc that was off at 11.4/1. The 13.4/1 odds Sirol Axe (8g Express Road-Lali Axe-Love You) was second overcoming a 20-meter handicap for trainer/driver Milala Tascic. Third was 5.5/1 and 20-meter handicapped Milady Amok (5f Scarlet Knight-Balell Amok-Defi d’Aunou) with Csaba Lakatos up. The top 2019 performers were breeder Kabala Menes Kft. (purse earnings in excess of 56Huf million, driver Imre Fazekas (earnings exceeding 18Huf million), trainer Veljko Mazsity (earnings over 15,5Huf million) and the horse Zseneroz (earnings 10,240,000Huf on five wins in six starts). It was a fine competitive racing year at Kincsem Park and for HU bred performers. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

Aileron (7g Scarlet Knight-Quccelle) took the featured Feiser Memorial (purse 600,000Huf, 1960 meters distance handicap) Saturday at Kincsem Park as he overcame a 40 meter handicap to score at 6/1 in 1.18.7kr. Sandor Varga teamed the Csaba Lakatos trainee that was bred by Stefan Melander. The 12/8/1 Unika Vik (6f Cantab Hall-Nashville OM-Uronometro) was second for pilot Andor Angyal and 16.1/1 Kings Call (6g SJs Photo-Marima Eme-Adams Hall) took third for Emese Vezer, On the undercard two year olds contested an event for 400,000Huf and raced over 1800 meters autostart. 7.7/1 Farya BD (2f Andover Hall-Fanciulla) scored for trainer/driver Laszlo Kolozsi. This one was bred by Albison Marius in Romania.  The 7/2 Be Happy (2m Com Muscle-Keep Smiling-Valley Guardian) was second for Lajos Marton and 64/1 Bambino (2m PJ Punjab-Oka Sun-Wall Street Banker) was third. Race time was 1.23.9kr. Three year olds battled in the Nabob DIJ (400,000Huf purse, 1900 meters autostart) with victory to 11.3/1 Australian Gold (3f From Above-Kaychmeifyoucan MS) with Emil Csordas up. Aurora (3f Frullino Jet-Lezer-Baltic Bet) took second for Gyorgy Horvath and Angelina Jolie (3f PJ Punjab-Siberie-Lejacque d’Houlbec) was third. Race time was 1.22.3kr. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

This year’s edition of the classic Baka Handicap (purse 1,100,000Huf, distance 4200 meters distance handicap) at Kincsem Park in Budapest, Hungary went to the 2.1/1 pocket sitting Olmo Jet (11g Legendary Lover K-Sienna-Summit Hill) reined by Sandor Varga to the 1.25.3kr victory. The Gabor Reischl trainee owned by Aquadrom Kft recorded his third win in six 2019 starts. The 15.9/1 outsider and 60-meter handicapped Lingo AT (7m What A Man) took second for Balazs Juhasz with 9.7/1 and 40-meter penalized Ultimate Ugri (6m Vanito) finishing third for Goran Zolnaji. On the undercard 1.1/1 favorite Zeal di Girifalco (4m Igor Font-Inviata d’Itlaia) returned to his winning ways taking the Oroshazer Vanos Dija (purse 600,000Huf, 1800 meters autostart). He was clocked in 1.15.7kr in this his eight 2019 victory in 10 starts. Veljko Mazsity trains and teamed the winner. 8.2/1 Ubo Kiraly (6m Vioxx SR) was second for Lajos Marton and third was 6.3/1 Rocky HR (7m Roc du Montfort) reined by Balazs Juhasz. The next big Kincsem Park event is the December 31 edition of Szilveszter, a racing, awards, entertainment, food and beverage extravaganza that honors the Trots, the 2019 horse racing leaders at Kincsem Park. Its always a superb was to bring in the New Year and it draws a huge audience with much for the whole family. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

November 23, 2019 - The 4.6/1 odds Milady Amok (6f Scarlet Knight-Balett Amok-Defi d’Aunou) took the Saturday harness racing featured Coktail Jet SIJ (purse 600,000Huf 1960 meters distance handicap) timed in 1.18.9kr after overcoming a 40-meter handicap. Csaba Lakatos teamed the winner. The 40-meter penalized Milliondollar Lux (13m Ganymede-Dadaumpa Jet-Supergill) was second for Emese Veser at 5.1/1 and 2.5/1 Unique Vil (6m Conway Hall-Deborah H-Park Avenue Joe) overcame a 20-meter penalty to be third, with Roland Balogh aboard. Earlier in the card 10.3/1 odds Blue Moon (2m Calypso Capar-Norah Jones-Zador) took a two-year old event timed in 1.22.3kr over 1800 meters for a 400,000Huf purse. Andrea Nagyvary teamed the first-time winner in four starts that Imre Fazekas trains. Blue Moon Thomas H. Hicks  

Saturday’s good card at Kincsem Park featured the Menesek DIJA (purse 2,000,000Huf, 3160 meters distance handicap, three to five year olds) saw 1.2/1 odds and 40 meter handicapped Zseneroz (4f SJs Photo-Hitelezo-Witsends Speedy) rally late for teamster Mitja Slavic to score timed in 1.18.7kr, He sports five wins in six 2019 starts in Hungary. The 3.9/1 Aronville (3g Calypso Capar-Sereville-What A Man) was second after being the pacesetter for trainer/driver Imre Fazekas. His stablemate and 3.4/1 odds Aurom Ville (3g Calypso Capar-Izaville-Endless Sands) was third for Gyorgy Horvath, and trainer Fazekas. This race has been won since 2009 by some solid performers. Horvath won earlier in the program with 3.8/1 Aurora (3f Frullino Jet-Lezer-Baltic Bet) in the Eros DIJ (purse 400,000Huf, 1800 meters autostart) timed in 1.21.6kr, her maiden win in four starts. Second was 11.5/1 Amaru Shakur (3m Vioxx SR-Bel Dillio-Wired Pine) with Lazslo Kolozsi up and third went to 20.2/1 Angello with Emese Veser up. Aurora set the tempo and held on for the victory. The undercard was led by the Dr. Tibor Papp Memorial (purse 600,000Huf, 2500 meters autostart) and the 1.19.5kr winner was 3.1/1 Zanebono (4m Frullino Jet-Carolla Jet-Park Avenue Joe) with trainer Branislav Mukity the pilot. This was his fifth 2019 victory in 10 starts that held gamely after a front end journey. 4.8/1 Up All Night (6f America’s Dust-Cicciolina Fling-Supergill) was second for Sandor Varga and 12.6/1 Very Nice Pholo (5f SJs Photo-Jasmin Diamant-Sugarcane Hanover) was third for Emese Vezer. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

November 9, 2019 - 3/1 odds Nileo (8m Jillis Joker-Ciessa-Diamond Way) reined by harness racing trainer Imre Fazekas took the Kincsem Park featured Szabadkai DIJ (purse 1,200,000Huf, 1800 meters autostart) timed in 1.18.9kr over a rain-soaked course. Heinz Beck bred the Stall Druf horse that recorded his 19th win in 48 starts to go with 22 placings. Staring from post six, Fazekas took Nileo promptly to the front and he drew off in the final bend on way to an easy and impressive score. The handsome Nileo bested the 1.9/1 favorite Uran Lady (6f Maximus Lindy-Vas Lady) teamed by Veljko Mazsity and 6.9/1 Grumetti (11g Varenne-Tahora-Pine Chip) with Dejan Katanic up. The undercard included the Adai DIJ (purse 600,000Huf, 1900 meters autostart) and 74/1 Vital RG (5m SJs Photo-Vitesse OK) with Tibor Hajnal up for trainer Csaba Lakatos. Unika Vik (6f Cantab Hall-Nashville OM-Uronometro) was second at 3.1/1 with Andor Angyal aboard. 35/1 Timoko RK (6m Doctor Sugar RL) took third for Robert Varhidi. Nileo reined by trainer Imre Fazekas  Thomas H. Hicks  

Today’s Kincsem Park featured Oszi Kiserleti Verseny (1,500,000Huf purse, 1960 meters distance handicap)) saw 4.7/1 Adriana Asti (3f Frullino Jet-Cameron Diaz-Baltic Speed) score for trainer/driver Veljko Mazsity .Race time was 1.19.1kr. THe 3.3/1 Alfa Boy (3m Racino-Chippychip GT-Defi d’Aunou) was second for Csaba Lakatos and third was the 20 meter handicapped and 11.6/1 Zona (4f Offenbach Bigi-Kama-Valley Guardian) for Emil Csordas. On the undercard there were two divisions of a three year old event (Nyeretcenek Versenye) and the first went to 1.22.3kr timed Abrakadabra (3g Pine Chip-Nana-Tony Oaks) with trainer Imre Fazekas aboard for owner C’est la Guerre. The second division went to 1.22.4kr timed Aragon Work (3m Working Out-Ni Lady-Francis Diamant) with Csaba Lakatos up. The two winners recorded their maiden victories. By Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

Bonus RG Wins Exploit Caf DIJ at Kincsem Park Two year olds contested the Exploit Caf DIJ at Kincsem Park on Saturday with 11 hopefuls at the start for the 1800 meter autostart course with a 400,000Huf purse. The 5.8/1 odds winner was Bonus RG (2m Racino-Victory Van Bene-Diablo Va Bene) clocked in 1.23.3kr with Andor Angyal aboard for trainer Goran Zolnaji. Bonus RG was up in the final stride to defeat pacesetting Baraka SS (2f Penne de Moteur-Wale-Center Field) reined by Emil Csordas with third to Bubajos (2f Vanito-Stellina Mia-Buzz Saw) teamed with Ferenc Nagy II. The card also showcased victories by Urzulina and Unika Vik. Urzulina (6f Maximus Lindy-Ciccolina Fling-Supergill) was off at 2.8/1 and scored in 1.16.6kr for trainer/driver Csaba Lakatos in the Commander Crowe Handicap (purse 400,000Huf, 1900 meters autostart). Unika Vik (6f Cantab Hall-Nashville OM-Uronometro) also was off at 2.8/1 and her 1.17.1kr victory was in the Korean DIJ (purse 400,000Huf, 1900 meters autostart) and Andrea Fazekas teamed this Goran Zolnaji trainee. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

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