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Buenos Aires, Argentina – The biggest day of harness racing in Argentina takes place November 12 and 13 with the Grand Prix National weekend of racing at the Hippodrome de Navarro. The feature event will be the Argentine Trot. The Hippodrome de Navarro is a 1,000-meter track (nearly 5/8th mile) and racing in Argentina features both pacers and trotters. The average speed per race varies from 1:59 to 1:55 for one mile. Purses average 25,000 pesos or $1,650 per race. There will be 25 races held over the two-day event headlined by the Argentine Trot, which features the best horses in the country. Below is a list of the top contenders and the tracks they are coming from. GORA LOOKOUT MARQUINA (Navarro) FICH LOOKOUT OBLIGADO (Navarro) CHÚCARO ART'S TANGO (Hurlingham) CHÚCARO ART'S SURCO (Hurlingham) GORA ART'S GLOSS (Trenque Lauquen) GORA LOOKOUT BRINCO (Hurlingham) GORA LOOKOUT VIENTO (Pilar) GORA LOOKOUT AGUS (Navarro) GORA LOOKOUT PEHUAJÓ (PehuajÃ) LÁTIGO LEGEND FRANCISO (Hurlingham) GORA LOOKOUT GALICà (Arteaga) GORA LOOKOUT VALENCIA (Lincoln) GORA LOOKOUT VILO (Hurlingham) GORA LOOKOUT VIKINGO (Hurlingham) STAR BLACK AM COLIQUEO (Freyre) It is estimated that 3,000 fans will come out to the races each day and they have betting on the races through bookies but not pari-mutuel wagering. Harness racing has been popular in Argentina for more than 100 years. One of the most famous trainers from Argentina, who came to the United States, is Osvaldo Formia. He first raced in the USA back in 1962, when he brought Argentina’s champion trotter, Thomas Atkins, to race in the International Trot at Roosevelt Raceway. Formia later moved to the USA and has trained two Hambletonian winners, Harmonious [1990], and Probe [deadheated with Park Avenue Joe in 1989]. He was also the caretaker of two Hambletonian winners, Lindy’s Pride [1969] and Speedy Somolli [1978]. One of the top horses ever to come from Argentina and race successfully in the USA was Chucara Ahijuna. He became a double-gaited world champion, racing both on the trot and the pace and retired to stallion duty with lifetime earnings of $257,253. By Daniel Barilari for the Hippodrome de Navarro

Small pacers and trotters that have overcome their size disadvantage, and shown themselves to be superior to horses that tower over them, have always been accorded an extra measure of respect from the fans. Good Time, known in his day as “The Mighty Mite,” was only 13.1 hands when he began his racing career, but he was Horse of the Year twice and retired as the richest Standardbred ever. Frank Ervin thought the public felt sorry for him because he was so little, but he consistently embarrassed his larger foes. The son of little Hal Dale was fast and tough. At age five he broke a thirty-seven-year-old record at The Red Mile when he won the Almahurst FFA in 1:57.4 for Ervin, who refused to his dying day to say that 16.1 hands Bret Hanover was a better horse than pint-sized Good Time. Good Time’s son Race Time, a half-brother to average size Storm Damage (15.2), was also small, fast and tough. He won 30 of 43 lifetime starts, including the Messenger, Cane and Adios. Race Time was also a potent and reliable stallion. His son Temujin, who won a heat of the 1982 Little Brown Jug, was also on the small side. He looked like his mom, Silk Stockings, who was petite and delicate looking. Obviously, the mare and her connections have as much to say about a given horse’s stature as the sire does.  Vulnerable looking Silk Stockings and Tarport Hap, who was a bigger, more rugged filly, were both by Most Happy Fella. And Tar Heel, the dam sire of that pair, produced Tarquinius, the winner of the 1964 American Pacing Classic and Nassau Pace, who was so big that little George Sholty looked like a bug on a bike sitting behind him, and had to peek around his big butt. On the other hand, that one’s paternal brother Laverne Hanover, the winner of 43 of 51 lifetime starts and the richest son of Tar Heel, was small. Along the same lines, Albatross was compact and only 15.1 hands tall, yet his most famous son, Niatross, stood 16 hands and that one’s son, Nihilator, stood 16.1 hands and was also very long. And another son of Niatross, Barberry Spur, who was 16.2 hands tall, is remembered for his loss to itty bitty Robust Hanover (Warm Breeze) in the 1985 freshman Breeders Crown Pace at Rosecroft. Most Happy Fella’s son Tyler B stood more than 16 hands and that one’s son Magical Mike was the same. While the rugged Most Happy Fella looked after his king sized dad, paternal brother Albatross was something of an anomaly. So was 15 hands tall Western Hanover, Most Happy Fella’s great grandson, and perhaps the most influential pacing stallion of the modern era. The division winner at two and three, and sire of Western Ideal and Well Said, is another giant in a pint-sized body. Western Hanover’s grandson Rocknroll Hanover was a good size, but that one’s premium son, Rocknroll Heaven, is on the small side. Most Happy Fella’s grandson On The Road Again, un undersized chestnut, won 44 of his 61 starts, including the Meadowlands Pace, Cane and Breeders Crown. He possessed the same sort of chip on his little guy shoulder as Good Time and Race Time. His sire, Happy Motoring, was much bigger than he was. Bettor’s Delight, the leading all-age money winning sire in 2014, is a smaller horse. His daddy Cam’s Card Shark is bigger than he is and more in step with his granddad, Most Happy Fella, and great granddad, Meadow Skipper. Adios, another small—15 hands—son of the diminutive Hal Dale, ruled the roost on the pacing side throughout the 50s and early 60s. His son Henry T Adios—a solid but small individual—has kept his name alive on top via Abercrombie, who was average size at 15.2 hands, and Artsplace. Falcon Seelster, at 16.1 hands, has kept the Bret Hanover line open via his son McArdle, sire of sophomore division champ Mc Wicked. On the trotting side, Rodney was a big rugged horse and many of those that followed him were the same: Speedster, Speedy Rodney, Arnie Almahurst, Prakas, and on and on, were all at least 16 hands; Crysta’s Crown was 16.3 hands tall. Moni Maker was a large mare. Bob Marks says Muscles Yankee, the modern day progenitor of that line, takes after Speedy Crown, who was 15.3 hands. His daddy Speedy Scot was 16 hands.  A significant exception was Speedy Somolli, a high strung and nasty, but very fast, son of Speedy Crown and the Stars Pride mare Somolli, who won the Hambletonian and captured his division at two and three. Howard Beissinger said that without a doubt he was the fastest trotter he ever sat behind. Speedy Somolli’s son Baltic Speed was only 15.1 hands, and his son Valley Victory was also a small horse. So, just as the Adios line soldiered on through undersized but solid Henry T and his similarly built son, Silent Majority, the little guys kept Rodney alive and well on top. The great Varenne is by the Speedy Somolli stallion Waikiki Beach. And Speedy Somolli’s son Mr Lavec, who had a measure of French blood in him, and starred on both sides of the pond, towered over daddy, standing 16.1 hands. Foundation stallion Stars Pride was average size and he produced winners across the spectrum. Triple Crown winner Super Bowl was 16.1 hands and many of his sons followed suit. Cumin, Supergill and Super Pleasure were all about the same. On the other hand, Stars Pride’s son Ayres weighed in at a mere 900 pounds when he whipped the field in the Hambletonian, on his way to a Triple Crown win and a spot in the Hall of Fame. His sons Christopher T and Timothy T—both from the Victory Song mare Flicka Frost—won the Hambletonian, and the latter also won the Elitlopp twice.  American Winner (Super Bowl), who took the 1993 Hambletonian, is average like his granddaddy, Stars Pride, but his son Credit Winner, who is out of an Armbro Goal (16 hands) mare, is large. And Credit Winner’s son RC Royalty, who is from a Balanced Image mare, is all of 17.1 hands. That one’s son, Hambletonian winner Royalty For Life, is also a big horse. More often than not today’s trotters and pacers are 15.2 or 15.3 hands. Conway Hall is smaller than his brothers Andover Hall and Angus Hall. Conway’s little son Wishing Stone, who earned more than two million dollars, now stands in Ohio, while his grandson Chapter Seven, another pipsqueak, finished his career a mere $45,000 short of two million, and won Horse of the Year honors in 2012. The great Mack Lobell was on the small side. He came down from Noble Victory, who was so polished and aesthetically pleasing to the eye that he looked more like a mare than a stallion. As they say, don’t judge a book by its cover: he was the fastest trotter ever bred to that time, and produced sons and daughters that were long wearing. Tough guy Balanced Image was his grandson. Timely Beauty, the Good Time filly who finished third behind Meadow Skipper and Overtrick in their historic clash in the 1963 Cane Pace, was tiny. The same goes for 2002 Hambletonian winner Chip Chip Hooray, who was by Pine Chip, a good size horse, and out of a Valley Victory mare. Another tiny dynamo was Henry T Adios’s son Hammerin Hank, the winner of the 1968 Sheppard. The Hal Dale mare Overbid was tiny. Her little son Overcall (Capetown) won all 22 starts against the iron on the FFA circuit as a six-year-old. His brother Overtrick (Solicitor), who is in the Hall of Fame, wasn’t very big either. So just as Muggsy Bogues and Spud Webb have lifted folks from their seats while playing in the NBA; Yogi Berra and Kirby Puckett in Major League Baseball; Brian Gionta and Patrick Kane in the NHL; and Darren Sproles and Wes Welker in the National Football League; some of the best and most influential trotters and pacers in harness racing have been undersized champions. (Joe FitzGerald has been an avid harness racing fan and historian for the last half-century. He writes a weekly blog for  http://viewfromthegrandstand.blogspot.com/. Joe’s commentary reflects his own views and not that of Harnesslink.com)

The first session of Arqana Trot’s Yearling Sale at Deauville is complete with 77 head sold of the 131 cataloged (60.6%). There were four outs and 50 Rna’s. Gross proceeds totaled €3,185,000 (down 14% from prior year but up from 2012), with the average being stable at €41,364 and the median was €37,000 (up 18% from prior year). There was a wide array of buyers with 42 individual purchasers and the appeal of French trotting yearlings for buyers  from all over Europe (top price went to a Finnish individual) as sales were registered to buyers from Scandinavia, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands as well as from Australia, with bloodstock agent Christian Le Barbey (ITS) paying €100,000 for a filly from Island Dream (hip #8), consigned by the Haras de la Brosse, that will now travel to the southern hemisphere. The top five sellers are listed below (hip, pedigree, buyer, price in euros): 115, Dolce Notte (f, Coktail Jet-Tes Amours), Heikki Taipale, €115,000 122, Don’t Cry For Me (f, Niky-Usha Dream), Ecurie le Tremont SCEA. €103,000 8, Dream Island (f, Sam Bourbon-Island Dream), Christian LeBarbey, €100,000 73, Derby du Biwetz (m, Coktail Jet-Une du Biwetz), Neuilly Bloodstock, €85,000 (this one from a half-sister to Olga du Biwetz (€2,208,795) 96, Dingle de Loisir (m, Ready Cash-Ingoda Pierji), Robert Bergh Travstall AB #115 Dolce Notte (f, Coktail Jet-Tes Amours), second dam Amour d’Aunou  by Speedy Somolli, she dam of In Love With You (€241,898), Private Love (€847,145) and the superb broodmare Guilty of Love, she dam of Love You (€1,416,537), Repeat Love (€290,680) and In Dix Huit (€152,616) #122 Don’t Cry For Me (f, Niky-Usha Dream), second dam Island Dream by Coktail Jet, dam of Infinitif (€632,339), Viva Island (€315,670) and Not Disturb (€314,940). #8 Dream Island (f, Sam Bourbon-Island Dream), first dam the exceptional Coktail Jet producer of Infinitif, Viva Island and Not Disturb, as described above. #96 Dingle de Loisir (m, Ready Cash-Ingoda Pierji), from a half-sister to semi-classique winner Soif de Limonade (€228,380) The second session begins at noon on Thursday. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com

Sedin brothers Ed You scored again today in the V75 Gold at Dannero over 2140 meters autostart in 1.13.4kr. The recent winner of the Hugo Abergs Memorial on disqualification needed no help today as he scored victory 23 in 59 starts earn 150,000SEK first money. Ariel Boko and Clear Sign trailed the winner to the line with well-regarded Sanity in the beaten field. The winner is a seven year-old gelded son of Love You from Lancia Brick by Super Arnie. August 9, 2014, Dannero, Gold Adelspriset, 150,000SEK to winner, 2140 meters autostart, 1.13.4kr. Ed You (7g Love You - Lancia Brick - Super Arnie), Robert Bergh trainer / driver for Stall Sedin, his 23rd win in 59 starts for 3,370,685SEK earned. Ariel Boko (7f Lemon Dra - Exciting Kronos - Viking Kronos), Per Linderoth trainer / driver Clear Sign (10g Smok'n Lantern - Atlas Nice Sun L - Spotlite Lobell), Henrik Svensson trainer / driver In Italy, at Garigliano, the three year-old fillies contested the Campionato for E77,000 over 2100 meters autostart. Smeralda Jet and Antonio De Nardo took this victory, her eighth in 13 career starts, in 1.15.1kr over 2100 meters autostart. The daughter of Gigant Neo is from the good producing Nevele Pride mare Ticket To Ride. Savannah Bi and Scintilla Caf trailed the winner. August 7, 2014, L'ippodromo del Garigliano, Campionato Feminile 3 Year-Olds, purse €77,000, 2100 meters autostart, 1.15.1kr Smeralda Jet (3f Gigant Neo - Ticket To Ride - Nevele Pride - JJ's Springsong), Antonio Di Nardo up Savannah Bi (3f Ganymede - Dakota Bi - Toss Out-Personal Banner - Royal Prestige - Delmary Hanover), Federico Esposito Scintilla Caf (3f Pine Chip-Eveline Caf - Supergill-Once In A Lifetime - Speedy Crown - Bustle), D. Di Stefano The top-flight L'ippodromo del Garigliano card also included victories in the Campionati Consolation by Seibella Park (3f Varenne - Grandera Park-Supergill - Ladylove Lobell - Speedy Somolli) in 1.13.8kr over 1600 meters autostart, and a win in battery A of the Palio dei Communi Memorial by Oudry dei Veltri (6f Varenne - Pamela Stra - Ghendero) as she defeated the great, but aging, mare Linda di Casei (9f Uronomtro - Comtesse Ferm - Diamond Way). Thomas H. Hicks  

Athos des Elfes crushed a solid four year-old group in today’s Gr. III Prix du Milan at Enghien-Soisy. Twelve contested the €85,000 European event over 2150 meters autostart and Jean-Pierre Dubois made the pace from post one with his Tast of Bourbon. The Donato Hanover-Qualita Bourbon miss took the field through solid fractions (1.11kr at 1000; 1.10.7 kr at 500) before yielding to favored (odds 7/10) Robert Bi with Dominik Locqueneux up for trainer Paul Hagoort. However, the field closed in and the most powerful finisher was Athos des Elfes (4m Ganymede-Lazio du Bourg) handled by trainer Joel Van Eeckhaute who recorded his 600th driving win, as the pair scored in 1.11.3kr at odds of 3.3/1. The winner secured his sixth career win, now for €229,530.  Alizea du Kastel (4f Quaker Jet-Kaldida Jet) was second for trainer/driver Emmanuel Allard at 32/1. Italian outsider Ruty Grif (4m Varenne-Courer By Pass) was third at 97/1 for Anthony Barrier, teaming for trainer Marco Smorgon. Two other Italians were next across the line with fourth to aforementioned Robert Bi (4m Toss Out-Up Front JM) and fifth to Rue du Bac (4m Infinitif-Ici) for Roberto Andreghetti and trainer Fabrice Souloy. Well respected Akim du Cap Vert finished sixth, Tast Of Bourbon faded to eighth and Rod Stewart was unplaced. The winner’s dam, Lazio du Bourg (Tadzio de la Motte-Fee de Marancourt-Tarass Boulba), was a classic winner of US$1,287,917 and a record of 1:55.1 as she won the Criterium des Ans and was second in the Criterium Continental. Tarass Boulba is a son of Speedy Somolli and he sired the dam (Enfilde) of Prix d’Amerique winner Offshore Dream. Athos des Elfes pedigree is 65% French trotteur and 35% standardbred. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com  

Tonight’s Paris-Vincennes program featured excellent trotting and the celebration of the Franco-Chinese relationship.    The featured Grand Prix China Horse Industrial Park was contested over 2700 meters.  This  Gr.  III monte test carried a purse of €110,000 and went to the Franck Nivard teamed, Franck Leblanc owned and trained Sourire de Voutre. The eight year old gelded son of Gazouillis scored in 1.13.7kr over Italy’s Nene’Degli Ulivi with Alexandre Abrivard in the irons, as the slight favorite. The winner recorded his 16th career victory. June 27, 2014 Paris Vincennes, Grand Prix China Horse Industrial Park-Trophee Yida, €110,000, monte, Gr. III, 2700 meters, 9 starters, 1.13.7kr 1st Sourire de Voutre (8g Gazouillis-Goella), Franck Nivard up for trainer/owner Franck Leblanc, 2.1/1, his 16th career win for €703,340 lifetime earnings 2nd Nene’Degli Ulivi (7g Uconn Roc-Maureen Lobell-Speedy Somolli), Alexandre Abrivard up, 1.1/1 3d Quarnac de L’Iton (10g Ideal de L’iton-Classic Meslois), Mathieu Mottier up, 67.8/1 The secondary feature, the Grand Prix de L’Annee du Cheval for €58,000 purse, went to Italy’s Pancottina Bar (5f Varenne-Valuto Lavec-Sugarcane Hanover) trained by Catello Savarese for owner Scuderia Stecca. The winner scored for teamster Pierre Vercruysse in 1.12kr over 2100 meters autostart. Vulcania de Godrel  finished second for Franck Ouvrie and Porpora Lux, another Italian entrant, ended third for reinsman Roberto Andreghetti. June 27, 2014 Paris Vincennes, Grand Prix de l’Annee du Cheval, €58,000, European, 2100 meters autostart, 16 starters, 1.12kr 1st Pancottina Bar (5f Varenne-Valuto Lavec-Sugarcane Hanover), Pierre Vercruysse up for trainer Catello Savarese and owner Scuderia Stecca, 6.9/1, Italy, 14th win for €112,939 2nd Vulcania de Godrel (5f Memphis du Rib-Julietta), Franck Ouvrie up, 12.5/1 3rd Porpora Lux (5f Self Possessed-Geladrier PL), Roberto Andreghetti up for trainer Fabrice Souloy, 107/1 The evening’s Quinte+ race of the day in France (jackpot €4.450,000) was the Grand Prix L’Amitie Franco-Chinoise 50eme Anniversaire, This 2100 meter autostart event carried a purse of €58,000 for European starters of which there were 18. Germany’s pacesetting King Of The World scored in 1.12.7kr at 19.8/1 odds for driver Michael Nimczyk, trainer Wolfgang Nimczyk and owner Johann Lenz. King Of The World is an accomplished five year-old son of Magnificent Rodney (Nordin Stable star of a few years ago) that now has 15 career wins for €88,007 as most of his racing has been in Germany for low purses. In fact, King Of The World has posted, since May 6, 2013, 12 wins and 4 placings in 16 appearances. Italy’s Ringostarr Treb, a four year-old son of Classic Photo, was second for driver Vercruysse and trainer Holger Ehlert. The Quinte+ exact order payoff was over €116,000 for a €2 play. June 27, 2014, Paris Vincennes, Grand Prix l’Amitie Franco-Chinoise 50eme Anniversaire, €58,000, European, 2100 meters autostart, 18 starters, 1.12.7kr, Quinte+ with jackpot €4.45 million 1st King Of The World (5m Magnificent Rodney-Queen of Hearts-Hermes de Pericard), Michael Nimczyk driver for owner Johann Lenz  and trainer Wolfgang Nimczyk (Germany), 19.8/1, 15 wins for €88,007, last 15 starts since May 6, 2014 with slate 12-2-1 and one fifth place finish 2nd Ringostarr Treb (4m Classic Photo-Farsalo Egral), Pierre Vercruysse for Holger K. Ehlert, 6.2/1 3rd Vanychef (5m Offshore Dream-Manychaille), Michel Lenoir trainer/driver, 32.1/1 Later in the card three year-old fillies contested the Grand Prix des Enterprises Chinoises en France – Trophee China Telecom for a purse of €36,000. Sixteen starters battled over 2100 meters autostart with the win going to 5.8/1 odds Braga (by Oiseau de Feux), owned and trained by J.M.A. Roussel and reined by Pierre Vercruysse. The winner recorded her second lifetime win. The Quaker Jet filly Bakerloo Line was second in this event, timed in 1.14.4kr. June 27, 2014 Paris Vincennes, Grand Prix des Enterprises Chinoises en France – Trophee China Telecom, €36,000, three year-old females, 2100 meters autostart, 16 starters, 1.14.4kr 1st Braga (3f Oiseau de Feux-Quelle Joie), Pierre Vercruysse up for owner/trainer J.M.A. Roussel, 5.8/1, her second career victory for €31,610 earned 2nd Bakerloo Line (3f Quaker Jet-Fenatoria), J. Koubiche, 5.7/1 3rd Bienvenue du Gers (3f Quinoa du Gers-La Chasse Verte), Roberto Andreghetti up for trainer Fabrice Souloy, 61.5/1 Other venues in France and Switzerland also hosted good racing this day. Sullighan took the €34,000 Prix Credit Agricole Normandie at Cherbourg. The veteran eight year-old gelded son of Sancho Panca scored in 1.14.2kr over 2625 meters for Mme. C. Hallais-Dersoir. At Toulouse Le Capiere, the G.P. Dynavenu Maisagri Duran for €35,000 went to Rambo Jet reined by R.W. Denecher. The nine year-old son of Goetmals Wood scored at 23.6/1 over Jean-Etienne Dubois’ Turbo Jet (by Joyau d’Amour). At Avenches (Switzerland) the €16,378 Coupe des 5 Ans Suisse went to 3/5 favorite Playboy Wind with trainer Wilhelm Paal aboard for Stall Allegra Racing. The five year-old son of In Love With You scored in 1.16kr over the 2350 meter course. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com 

The Gr. III Prix Antigone for 110,000e today at Vincennes, France went to Italian invader Nene'Degli Ulivi and jockey Alexandre Abrivard in the sparkling 1.12.1kr (mile rate 1:56) time over 2850 meters (1-3/4 miles). Impressively the winner traveled an extra 25 meters in this distance handicap event. The seven year-old gelded son of Uconn Roc-Maureen Lobell-Speedy Somolli recorded his 24th career win for earnings of 445,086e. Vincent Lacroix trains the winner for owner Joe Cachia. Camille Levesque piloted Tolima to a soild second for trainer Mike Lenders. April 25, 2014 Paris-Vincennes, Prix Antigone, Gr. III, monte 110,000e, 2850 meters, 13 starters, 1.12.1kr 1st Nene'Degli Ulivi (7g Uconn Roc-Maureen Lobell-Speedy Somolli), Alexandre Abrivard up for trainer Vincent Lacroix and owner Joe Cachia, breeder M,F. Cioccoloni, 2/1 odds, 24th career win. His second straight monte win in France and sixth monte win since September 11, 2013 with four at Paris Vincennes, two in Gr. III events, he traveled 2875 meters today 2nd Tolima (7f Ganymede-Ironie Jet-Coktail Jet), Camille Levesque up for Mike Lenders trainer, 5.5/1, 2850 meters 3rd Veloce du Banney (5g Quaro-Jiva du Banney), Yohan Lebourgeois up, 3.3/1, 2850 odds Nene'Degli Ulivi comes from a superb maternal family that gave the sport Iza Bizi, Miralie Lobell (winner Coaching Club Trotting Oaks and third in Hambletonian Oaks), Well Cast, Money Hanover (third in the Stanley Dancer), Meadow Bright (winner of Lady Suffolk and Colonial), Meadow Matt (winner of Prix de la Cote d'Azur) and Meadow Farr (Coaching Club Trotting Oaks winner). The excellent Vincennes undercard included victories by As Dore (4m Coktail Jet) in the Prix Maginus for Dominik Locqueneux, United Back (6m Ni Ho Ped d'Ombree) for J-M Bazire in the Quinte+ Prix Huberta and Bold Eagle (3m Ready Cash) for Jean-Etienne Dubois in the Prix Libussa. The day's Q+ jackpot reached 7.8 million euros.  April 25, 2014 Paris Vinennes, Prix Maginus, 80,000e, 2700 meters, 13 starters, 1.14.9kr 1st As Dore (4m Coktail Jet-Dragee d'Or-Passionnant), Dominik Locqueneux up for Franck Leblanc trainer, 7.5/1, his sixth win for 145,670e lifetime. 2nd Aloa de la Mortrie (4f Drag-Queen d'Acanthe), Anthony Barrier, 5.5/1 3rd Alpha Saltor (4m Paris Haufor-Glory d'Ariare), Damien Bonne up, 49/1 April 25, 2014 Paris Vincennes, Prix Huberta, 54,000e, 2850 meters distance handicap, 16 starters, males, 1.13.9kr 1st United Back (6m Ni Ho Ped d'Ombree-Pearl Back-Alpha Barbes), J-M Bazire trainer/driver, 2.7/1, owner Laurent Leduc, his 11th win for 135,980e lifetime, traveled 2850 meters 2nd Tafaiko Sax (7g Nobilis Jiel-Nofaika), Mathieu Abrivard, 9/1, 2875 meters 3rd Toutubio (7g Grassano-Helene Gem), Damien Bonne, 3.3/1, 2875 meters April 25, 2014 Paris Vincennes, Prix Libussa, 37,000e, 2200 meters, males, 14 starters, 1.15.7kr 1st Bold Eagle (3m Ready Cash-Reethi Rah Jet-Love You), Jean-Etienne Dubois owner/breeder/trainer/drivetr, 6.3/1, fourth career win for 36,350e lifetime 2nd Baklov de Vandel (3m Love You-Kaluric de Vandel), Tony Le Beller up, 4/1 3rd Banco des Bordes (3m Memphis du Rib-Perle des Bordes), J.L.C. Dersoir up for Joel Hallais, 13/1 by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com  

Rotary OK (4m Andover Hall-Miss Possessed-Self Possessed) took his elimination (1.11.7kr over 1600 meters autostart) and race-off (1.13.2kr over 1600 meters) of the Premio Campili today at Napoli, Italy to earn a wildcard spot in the Grand Prix Lotteria di Agnano in twelve days. The well-bred youngster was reined and trained by Marco Smorgon as the pair defeated veteran La Vida Loca (9m Ganymede-Diasia-Arndon) that took his elimination in 1.11.9kr for Bo LoVerde. Purse of the three rounds was 13,200e. In the final, La Vida Loca led from the start in an even pace and then was engaged by Rotary OK with 600 meters remaining. The pair battled nose to nose until just before the line when the winner rolled on for a length score in front of the very enthusiastic crowd reported at 12,000 that hopes to revive horse racing there. La Vida Loca is likely to start in the Lotteria Consolation on May 4th. Pedigrees of the race-off battlers are worthy of note. First dam Miss Possessed is 100% from her first three foals including today's winner plus Magic Tonight, a recent fast winner in SWE, and Complete Control. Second dam of the winner is Ms Vic (Valley Victory-Higher Love) and it's the family of many stalwarts such as Lookout Victory, Possess The Magic, Magic Swan, Nights Jazz, Swan Image, Mystical Ann, Swan For All and Lindys Jersey Boy, just to name a few. Magic The family of La Vida Loca is a solid one also, with his dam being Diasia (Arndon-Calypso Lobell-Speedy Somolli-Cami Almahurst). Also today at Momarken (Norway), the US import Winmecredit (Credit Winner-Lamitech Dancing-Valley Victory) easily handled a veteran field in 1.11.7kr over 1640 meters autostart for reinsman Frode Hamre. He earned 15,000NOkr for the victory over Garland Kronos (Viking Kronos-Treccia Kramer-Speedy Somolli-Kramer de Capo-Allen Hanover) with Per Oleg Midtfjeld up. Another US import V.C. Chocoholic ended third for Thor Borg and the beaten field contained US imports Frameable, Priority Photo, Fraternity Party and Hard Cider. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com    

Evening action last night at Paris-Vincennes featured the Prix Cornelia, an 85,000e European monte test with 12 starters. Italy's Nene'Degli Ulivi was an impressive winner in 1.12.9kr for Alexandre Abrivard. The favored veteran gelded son of Uconn Roc defeated Ursula Speed and Remember Jihim. Race summary follows: April 15, 2014 Paris Vincennes, Prix Cornelia, European monte, £85,000, 2850 meters, 12 starters, 1.12.9kr 1st Nene'Degli Ulivi (7g Uconn Roc-Maureen Lobell-Speedy Somolli), Alexandre Abrivard up for trainer Vincent Lacroix, 1.2/1, Italy, his 23rd win for £395,586. Uconn Roc is by Lemon Dra-Enotria Roc 2nd Ursula Speed (6f Ludo de Castelle-Johanna Dream), Edric Raffin at 18/1 3rd Remember Jihim (9m Jad de Bellouet-Feriana), Fabien Gence at 5.3/1 4th Nena'Degli Ulivi w/ Alexandre Abrivard On the undercard As Dore, a four year-old son of Coktail Jet, won the 60,000e Prix Henrietta for trainer Franck Leblanc and reinsman Dominik Locqueneux. The 12/1 outsider's win increased his career earnings to over 109,000e. Attila Berry was second for J-M Bazire with Arpent d'Ostal home third in the contest of 13 starters timed in 1.14.6kr over 2850 meters on the lighted petite piste. The hotly contested three-year-old females only Prix Phaeo for 40,000e went to 78/1 longshot Baraka de Bellou and Mathieu Abrivard. The three-year-old daughter of Prodigious scored in 1.15.9kr over 2850 meters on the petite track to defeat nine rivals. Black Rosa France was second for Eric Raffin with 3/5 favorite Blanche Mencourt home a fast-closing third with Joseph Verbeeck up. That one is a daughter of Ready Cash trained by Philippe Allaire. Today's Quinte+ at Pontchateau was the 40,000e Grand Prix du Conseil General des Pays de Loire over 2800 meters. Ti Arno de Carly, a seven year-old gelded son of In Love With You secured the win over 16 rivals in 1.14.4kr. Arnaud Desmottes teamed the winner that he also trains. The victory boosted his earnings to 152,530e. The Quinte+ jackpot today was 7.35 million euros. The exact top-five payoff was 2,380e for a 2e play. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com  

Results from March 31 and April 1 produced interesting trotting winners at multiple venues in Northern Europe as action heats up leading to the Elitloppet and its prep events. Shaq Is Back and Traveling Man were noteworthy winners. Both are trained by Daniel Reden. Shaq Is Back won his third straight in 2014, the March 31 victory in a sharp 110.4kr over the 1640 meter autostart distance at Farjestad. March 31, 2014 Mantorp, Bonne Aparte (6g Offshore Dream-Kelsey Lady-SpotliteLobell, 1.14.4kr over 2140 meters autostart, 20,000SEK to winner, Magdalena Ulriks-Siminski up Mantorp, Onas Sonja (5f Civil Action-Goodtime Doll-Balanced Image), 1.12.9kr over 1640 meters autostart, 20,000SEK to winner, Fredrik Berg up defeating True Blue For You (5f Yankee Glide-Alanis Blue Chip-Kadabra) and Livacious Lindy (5f Cantab Hall-Luscious Hall-Pine Chip) with Jennifer Tillman driving for trainer/co-owner Per Eriksson Farjestad, Shaq Is Back (7m Credit Winner-Vivica Hall-Victory Dream), 1.10.4kr over 1640 meters autostart, 35,000SEK to winner, Daniel Reden trainer/driver as winner defeated Hamres One More (7m Supergill-Kimberly Lobell-Speedy Somolli) and Circles (5f by Majestic Son). The winner recorded his Third Straight 2014 victory Farjestad, Food Money (6g Andover Hall-Windylane Hanover-Lindy Lane), 1.14.1kr over 2140 meters autostart, 30,000SEK to winner, Mercedes Balogh aboard Farkestad, Bar Plombier (5g Tony Oaks-Francine Bar-Foreign Office), 1.13kr over 2140 meters autostart, 30,000SEK to winner, Jorman Kontio at the lines Aby, Perfect Kronos (5g Yankee Glide-Dame Kronos-King Conch), 1.16.4kr over 2140 meters autostart, 15,000SEK to winner, Anders Svanstedt driving Aby, Windson Yankee (4m Windsong's Legacy-Wind Glider-Yankee Glide), 1.11.9kr over 1640 meters autostart, 25,000SEK first prize, Andre Eklundh aboard April 1, 2014 Bolinas, Sabrina's Master (3g Glidemaster-Sabrina Hall-Garland Lobell), 1.16.5kr over 2140 meters turning start, 15,000SEK to winner, Leif Witasp driver/trainer Jagersro, Benico d'Sam (3m Ready Cash-Royale For You-Love You), 1.17.3kr over 2140 meters volt start, 20,000SEK to winner, Niklas Lindblad up for trainer Lutfi Kolgjini Jagersro, Shosholoza As (4f Broadway Hall-Fortune As-Tenor de Baune), 1.18.3kr over 2140 meters volt start, 30,000SEK to winner, Christoffer Eriksson the teamster Jagersro, Nebraska SAS (7g Abano As-Zelda Per-Crowning Point), 1.14.1kr over 1640 meters autostart, 15,000SEK to winner, Conrad Lugauer trainer/driver Eskilstuna, Pigtails (6f Varenne-Sweet Young Thing-Nevele Pride), 1.13.7kr over 2140 meters autostart, 30,000SEK to winner, Antti Vetelainen driver Eskilstuna, Stylish Hanover (5f Yankee Glide-Susi's Image-Balanced Image), 1.13.5kr over 1640 meters volt start, 30,000SEK to winner, Jorma Kontio up, her 9th career win in 16 starts Eskilstuna, Eros Tooma (6m Diamond Way-Atas Nice Girl L-Desert Ruler), 1.13.5kr over 1640 meters turning start, 35,000SEK to winner, Jennifer Tillman aboard Eskilstuna, Traveling Man (9m Supergill-Kimberly Lobell-Speedy Somolli), 1.13.6kr over 2140 meters autostart, Johan Untersteiner up for trainer Daniel Reden, the veteran stallions' second straight 2014 win and 22nd lifetime in 72 starts for earnings of 2.26SEK million. Quid Pro Quo (5m Yankee Glide-Hostage-Express Ride) was second with Friction (7m Scarlet Knight-Hermit Lady-Express Ride) third for Orjan Kihlstrom teaming for Stefan Melander owner/trainer by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com

Sweden-bred Rose's La Nena (seven year-old Pearsall Hanover-O'Hill's Rose mare) took today's Janos Brody Memorial at Kincsem Park. The classic event carried a purse of 1.5 million(Huf) and was a 1960 meters distance handicap event. The winner scored in 1.16.6kr for reinsman Laszlo Kolozsi to increase her career earnings to over 9.3 million (Huf). Favored Ollyan Nincs made a disqualifying miscue that opened the way for the 6.9/1 winner that is owned by Balaton Eurotrade Kft. HU-bred Orangyal (six year-old Wall Street Banker mare) was a solid second with 20 meter handicapped Nice Brozo finishing third with Dora Kovacs aboard. The winner's maternal family is a good one. O'Hill's Rose is a daughter of Continental Spirit, a son of Speedy Somolli-Village Harmony. Village Harmony (Nevele Pride-Devona Hanover) traces directly to Delicious, her second dam, the producer of Prix d'Amerique winner Delmonica Hanover. The dam of O'Hill's Rose is Omaha Hill, a daughter of Arndon-Orna Hanover-Ayres. Co-feature on the card was the Koppany DIJ that went to 8.7/1 odds Nobody, a seven year-old son of Tony Oaks-Gunnel Diadem. Emil Csordas is owner/ trainer,/driver of this 1.15.8kr winner over 1800 meters autostart as he secured the winners' share of the 500,000Huf purse. Pretty Paper (six year-old daughter of Credit Winner-Anticipation-Donerail) was second for trainer/driver Csaba Lakatos. Tony Oaks sired three winners on the nine race program. At Hippodrome Wallonie (Belgium) on March 21, the Ander Lindqvist-Peter Gerry co-owned Angel Dark (four year-old son of Look de Star) was a fast closing third in just his third lifetime start. He won his previous start and this was his first test over the extended 2300 meter autostart course. Nicolas Senet handled Angel Dark for trainer Lindqvist, from post 11, that was timed in 1.16.56kr, two lengths off the winner Arthur d'Atom and reinsman Gerard Vergaerde. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink.com          

Today's Prix de Bourgogne undercard featured several excellent monte events. The Prix de Brioude for 60,000 euro over 2700 meters went to Linda Vercruysse' Transamerica (6f Offshore Dream-Klassic Aunou-Defi d'Aunou) in a front-stepping 1.14.1kr for Yohan Lebourgeois. The winner scored her fifth career win, now with earnings of 196,820 euro for her NY born owner and trained by Pierre Vercruysse. She sports red-white-blue colors that also fit Transamerica's pedigree, being by the double Prix d'Amerique winner Offshore Dream with earning of over US$3.3 million (2002, Reve d'Udon-Enfilde-Tarass Boulba). Tarass Boulba is by Speedy Somolli and Enfilade's dam, Tableau (Joie de Vie-Seascape Lobell-Speedy Crown-Somolli) directs to Somolli. Transamerica's pedigree further reflects franco-american blending as her dam was sired by Defi D'Aunou, by Armbro Goal from Nesmile, making him a half-brother to Buvetier d'Aunou (by Royal Prestige) and Extreme Aunou (by Baltic Speed). Nesmile is one of Europe's best producing mares and her daughter Amour d'Aunou produced Guilty of Love, dam of Love You, Repeat Love, Nice Love and In Dix Huit. Vincennes - Prix de Brioude (monte, 60,000 euro purse, 2700 meters, 12 starters)   1.14.1kr 1st Transamerica (6f Offshore Dream-Klassik Aunou-Defi d'Aunou), Yohan Lebourgeois up for owner Mme. Lynda Vercruysse and trainer Pierre Vercruysse, her fifth win for career earnings of 196,820 euro 2nd  Tonnerre de Retz (6g First de Retz-Kaline du Solnan-Corot), P-Y Verva aboard 3rd  Tinosa du Chene (6f Nobody du Chane-Inosa du Chene-Jiosco), M. Mottier up The Sunday monte co-feature (Prix de Tarbes for 60,000 euro purse) went to Auria Vikland in 1.13.6kr over 2175 meters for three year-old females. She scored impressively for P-Y Verva and is a daughter of the fastest monte performer to date Prince de Montfort, still racing in Germany and northern European countries. J-P Dubois' A Nous Deux was second in this event with Nathalie Henry in the irons. Vincennes - Prix de Tarbes (60,000 euro purse, monte, female three year-olds, 2175 meters, 10 starters)   1.13.6kr 1st  Aurea Vikland (3f Prince de Montfort-Kethna de Monte-Vif Argent Ludois), P-Y Verva up, 5/1 odds, fourth career win for earnings of 84,550 euro 2nd   A Nous Deux (3f Goetmals Wood-Nina Madrik-In Love With You), Nathalie Henry aboard for trainer Ronny Kuiper and owner Jean-Pierre Dubois, 3/1 odds 3rd  Aureness (3f Mercenaire-Ornaise de Morgane-Himo Josselyn), Francois Lagadeus up, 17/1 odds The 48,000 euro purse Prix de Cabrieres went to Ugolin de Chambre with Mathieu Mottier up. This one is by a son of Passionnant (by Florestan) from a Tenor de Baune (Prix d'Amerique winner with 33 wins in 47 career starts) dam and the winner scored impressively in 1.13.7kr with a powerful stretch run. Vincennes - Prix de Cabrieres (monte, males, 48,000 euro purse, 2200 meters, 12 starters)  1.13.7kr 1st  Ugolin de Chambre (5g Ginger Somolli-L'Avayronnaise-Tenor de Baune), Mathieu Mottier up for trainer Jacques Rajalu and owner Alain-Jean Dubois, 11/1 odds 2nd  Un Aller (5g Le Retour-Elmia-Origan Noir), O. Touvais up, 5/2 favorite 3rd  Ultra Or (5g Orlando Vici-Petra du Chene-Jain de Beval), Anthony Barrier up for Fabrice Souloy trainer and owner Ecurie AB Trot, 38/1 odds by Thomas H. Hicks for Harnesslink.com   

Brillantissime (2m Ready Cash-Ivre du Victorie-Buvetier d'Aunou) took today's Gr. II Prix Emmanuele Margoty (120,000 euro purse, 2175 meters) for trainer Philippe Allaire and reinsman Joseph Verbeeck. He just lasted over stablemate Bird Parker, also a son of Ready Cash, handled by Pierre Vercruysse and Franck Anne's Bolide de Gueron in a closely contested event. The winner scored in 1.14.7kr for his fourth victory in the early stages of what may be a promising career and the same may be said for the next two on the line. Three European eligible upper class races were on the undercard. The winners were from mares by Royal Prestige, Workaholic and Speedy Somolli, all US exports that made a lasting impact on European trotting pedigrees. Results of the four featured races are shown below. Prix d'Ambrose (Q+, 54,000 euro purse, 2700 meters, European, 18 starters) 1.13.4kr 1. Nefertite del Rio (6f Varenne-Zeudia-Royal Prestige), Alexandre Abrivard up, odds 15.7/1, trainer L-C Abrivard, 15th career win for earnings 232,082 euro; 2. Tiva de la Frette (6f Indy de Vive-Kiva de la Frette), Franck Nivard up was second; 3. Soline de Fontaine (7f Vivaldi de Chenu-Jecarine de Mee), Anthony Barrier driving for third Prix Emmanuel Margoty (120,000 euro purse, 2175 meters, Gr.II) 1.14.7kr 1. Brillantissime (2m Ready Cash-Ivre de Victoire-Buvetier d'Aunou), Jos. Verbeeck up, odds 2.5/1, trainer Philippe Allaire, Owner F. Sauque, 4th career win for 140,150 euro earnings; 2. Bird Parker (2m Ready Cash-Belisha-Fakir du Vivier), Pierre Vercruysse driving, trainer Philippe Allaire, owner Mme. El. Allaire; 3. Bolide de Gueron (2m Cygnus d'Odyssee-Olivia), Franck Anne driver/trainer was a good third Prix Sans Dire Qui (105,000 euro purse, 2700 meters, European monte) 1.13.2kr 1. Nene' Degli Ulivi (6g Uconn Roc-Maureen Lobell-Speedy Somolli), Alexandre Abrivard up, trainer Vincent Lacroix, owner Joe Cachia (Malta), 22nd career win for 336,696 euro earnings; 2. Un Team de Nacre (5m First de Retz-Lagune de Nacre-Dream With Me), Damien Bonne aboard ended second; 3. Ugo de Nieul (5m Cygnus d'Odyssee-Harmonie de Nieul), Romain Derieux driving, also trainer, was third Prix de Compiegne (62,000 euro purse, 2700 meters, European) 1.15.1kr 1. Uppercut Orange (5m Jag de Bellouet-Mim L'Abeille-Workaholic), J.L.C. Dersoir trainer/driver, Ch. Berqeier owner, 4th career win for 163,570 euro earnings; 2. Uzo Josselyn (5m Love You-Lezira Josselyn), Dominik Locqueneux up landed second; 3. Un Diamant d'Amour (5g Diamant Gede-Havane de la Motte), Eric Raffin driving earned third money by Thomas H. Hicks for Harnesslink.com            Renaissance Partners LLC   Thomas H. Hicks, Managing Partner   3508 Sahara Springs Blvd.   Pompano Beach, FL 33069   www.renaissancelc.com   renparlc@gate.net   954-971-3555 Tel FL Office   704-844-0600 Tel NC Office   954-415-6369 Cel   704-845-1176 Fax           Experience > Value, Integrity, Performance       The information above and attached, if any, may contain privileged and confidential information intended only for the use of the person(s) named above. If you are not the intended recipient you are hereby notified that any review, dissemination, distribution and duplication of this communication is strictly prohibited. Please notify the sender by email and destroy all copies of the original message. Thank you.        

Marielles (7f Kick Tail-Egida Play-Waikiki Beach) was a rallying upset winner of today’s (Monday's) Gran Premio Della Nazioni (Gr. I International UET Masters Series, 2100 meters autostart, 308,000 euro purse) at Turin Italy. Driven by Roberto Andreghetti for FR trainer Fabrice Souloy and owner Mme. S. Galanti, the veteran mare scored in 1.13.7kr over favored Timoko (6m Imoko-Kiss Me Coulonces-And Arifant) handled by Joseph Verbeeck for owner/trainer Richard Westerink. Linda di Casei (8f Uronometro-Comtesse Ferm-Diamond Way) was a fast closing third for trainer/driver Alessandro Gocciadoro. Naploean Bar and Probo OP finished fourth and fifth respectively in the nine horse field. Well regarded Owen’s Club, with Pietro Gubellini up, set the pace until the final turn before fading to seventh. He parked Timoko throughout when it appeared Timoko took a bad step and lost ground early in the contest when making an effort to gain the front. Driver Verbeeck took back, steadied his charge and was content to sit on the outside until late in the contest when he took an inside route that was not enough to hold off the charging Marielles. The card’s co-feature was the Gr. II UET Masters Series’ Premio Coppa di Milano raced over 1600 meters autostart with two eliminations worth 15,400 euro purse leading to the 55,000 euro final. The first elim went to Pellegrino Jet (4m Pine Chip-Liberte) reined by Roberto Andreghetti to the 1.12.5kr win over Owen CR (5m Cantab Hall-Boemia CR-Lemon Dra) and Oncle Photo VL (5g SJs Photo-Balalaica Sim-Lemon Dra). Elimination two produced a 1.14kr score for No Man’s Land (6f Coktail Jet-AJs Baby Doll-Donerail) handled by trainer Pietro Gubellini for Ecurie Gardesana. She defeated Indy Kronos (9g Malabar Man-Twiggy FC-Speedy Somolli) and Maestrale Spin (7m Lindy Lane-Princess Godiva-Ideal du Gazeau). The final was taken by the Gubellini trained and reined No Man’s Land in 1.12.8kr in a blanket finish over Owen CR and Iper Roc (9m Lemon Dra-Banner Roc-Crowning Point). by Thomas H. Hicks for Harnesslink.com  

Today (Sunday) Eskilstuna hosted four Gr. I International Sweden Breeders Crown finals, each contested over 2140 meters autostart, each with 850,000SEK to the winner. The winners mix was both favorites and up-setters with Digital Ink garnering the most ink in the press and in terms of mutual tickets. Breeders Crown results are shown below: Breeders Crown Gr. I International Final – 4yo females 2140meters autostart, 850,000SEK to winner Youana (4f Pearsall Hanover-Euro Sund-Sugarcane Hanover), 1.12.3kr, Peter Untersteiner Quadrille (4f Varenne-Tapdencer-Tibur), 1.12.5kr, Johan Untersteiner Dream of Joy (4f Dream Vacation-Frida Filokus-Spotlite Lobell), 1.12.9kr, Stefan Persson Breeders Crown Gr. I International Final – 3yo females 2140meters autostart, 850,000SEK to winner Amazon AM (3f Gigant Neo-Eclat de Bois-Coktail Jet), 1.13.1kr, Robert  Bergh, winner of 7 in 12 starts this year, career earnings 2,074,600SEK Mellby Briolett (3f Going Kronos-Merit Lane-Lindy Lane), 1.13.1kr, Johan Untersteiner Our Precious (3f Pearsall Hanover-Nova Brodda-Juliano Star), 1.13.2kr, Peter Ingves Breeders Crown Gr. I International  Final– 4yo males 2140meters autostart, 850,000SEK to winner Digital Ink (4g Super Photo Kosmos-Laverda des Pres-Filou du Boscail), Orjan Kihlstrom driver for Stefan Melander owner/trainer, his 8th win in 12 starts this year, career earnings 1,888,300SEK Thai Broadway (4m Broadway Hall-Isabella Knick-Tap In), 1.12.8kr, Gunnar Austevoll Porthos Amok (4m Orlando Vici-Baroness Amok-Pine C hip), 1.13.2kr, Bjorn Goop driving Breeders Crown Gr. I International Final – 3yo males 2140meters autostart, 850,000SEK to winner Jonesy (3m Muscles Yankee-Ripley-Ride The Night), Finland registered, 1.13.6kr, Tuomas Korvenoja up Breakbumper (3m Viking Kronos-Lovely-Top Love), 1.13.6kr, Robert Bergh trainer/driver Cool Keeper (3m Broadway Hall-Missy’s Go Go-Yankee Glide), 1.13.6kr, Leif Witasp trainer/driver Yesterday (Saturday) Eskilstuna also hosted V-75 action. The featured Gold Division went to the Dream Vacation son Alvena Pele in 1.11kr for Per Lennartsson. Womanizer was a solid second. V-75 day action is summarized below. Volvia Svensk Travsports Monte Kat 2 2140 meters autostart, 40,000SEK to winner Starbec’s Mr. Tee (6g Turbi Thrust-Blue Blossom-Pactole de Tillard), 1.14.6kr for Lynda Hedstrom, his 6th win in 14 starts thius year Jonathan Palema (5g Adams Hall-Rosalinde Palema-Alf Palema), Josefine Ivehag aboard Yosemite Boko (8g Express Ride-Elisabeth Boko-Speedy Somolli), Viktoria Strand-Jorgensen up Bjorkmans BIL 1640meters autostart, 25,000SEK to winner Headhunter (5g Gentle Star-Famous Christine-Ororek), 1.12.kr winner for Magnus Jakobsson Isinbajeva (4f Gigant Neo-Graceful Face-Pine Chip), 1.12kr, Johan Untersteiner, Roger Walmann trainer Strosa (4f Lindy Lane-Sweet and Strong-Super Arnie), Erik Adielsson V-75 Gold Division 1640 meters autostart, 150,000SEK first money Alvena Pele (7m Dream Vacation-Oli Roy-Probe), 1.11kr, Per Lennartsson Womanizer (9g Tap In-Sandra Nibs-Mr. Drew), 1.11.1kr, Peter Ingves El Sueco (8g Calvin Capar-Otilia Sund-Sugarcane Hanover), 1.11.2kr, Johan Untersteiner V-75 Silver Division 2140 meters autostart, 125,000SEK first money Seabiscuit (6g Credit Winner-Candy Tilly-Sugarcane Hanover), 1.13.1kr, Jorma Kontio up Democrat (6g Pearsall Hanover-Sugar Dream-Sugarcane Hanover), 1.13.1kr, Per Lennartsson driving Lotus Elan (7g Super Arnie-Lotusanne-Cezio Josselyn), 1.13.2kr, Erik Adielsson the reinsman V-75 Bronze Division 1640 meters autostart, 110,000SEK to winner Open Mind Bi (5g Andover Hall-No Nonsense Woman-Sierra Kosmos), 1.11.3kr, Jorma Kontio driving Prey Frontline (5g Love You-Ritzy Girl-Super Arnie), 1.11.3kr, Ulf Ohlsson up Pioneer F.H. (6g SJs Photo-Zagara Jet-Park Avenue Joe), 1.11.3kr, Peter Untersteiner driver On Wednesday the international trotting superstar Maharajah made a winning comeback and set a national record of 1.12.7kr over 2160 meters, circular start. Stefan Hultman’s eight year-old was driven by Orjan Kihlstrom. Maharajah won 250,000SEK for the win to take his career earnings to 18.9 million SEK. Kihlstrom remarked that the veteran has a lot left. Yesterday (Saturday) at Kincsem Park the feature was the 1.5 million HUF Oszi Kiserleti Verseny  (the Fall Criterium) and Derby winner Radium Boy (3m Wall Street Banker-Golden Lady) scored in 1.17.9kr for Veljko Mazsity over 1960 meters (distance handicap). Poetica Saf was second with the Muscle Yankee son Pretty Ripped third. This result  and the other top races at Kincsem Park are summarized below: Oszi Kiserleti Verseny 1960meters distance handicap, 1,500,000HUF purse Radium Boy (3m Wall Street Banker-Golden Lady), 1.17.9kr, V. Mazsity Poetica Saf (4f Frullino Jet-SAugusta Bi), J. Sagaj Pretty Ripped (4m Muscles Yankee-Pretty in Plaid), Cs. Lakatos Illetmeny DIJ 1960meters distance handicap, 500,000 HUF purse Lady Luna (8f Sierra Ranger-Luna), 1.18kr,  J. Sagaj Rambo 7m Mystical Crown-Rosa), B. Sersen Orifiamma Jet (5f Supergill-Ticket to Ride), T. Hajnal Versec DIJ 1980meters distance handicap,  330,000HUF purse Passion Grif (4g Varenne-Sex Appeal OK), 1.19.6kr, Zs. Vereb Filipana Goal (4f Armbro Goal-Franja), A. Denes Please Mr. Postman (4m Buvetier d’Aunou-Ines Pierji), J. Kolozsi by Thomas H. Hicks for Harnesslink.com

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