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March 25, 2017 - Saturday’s V75 was at Mantorp, Sweden and the harness racing featured Gold Division, worth 150,000SEWK to the winner, was contested over 2140 meters autostart. The 1.12.5kr timed winner was Shadow Woodland (8g The Bosses Lindy-Unlimited Sea-Credit Winner) reined by Ulf Ohlsson for trainer Reijo Liljendahl for owners Matti and Raija Pasanen. This 2.27/1 favorite defeated veteran Spring Erom (12m Gentle Star-Springflickan-Prince Mystic) driven by Christoffer Eriksson for trainer Dan Widegren. Third was 2.67/1 El Mago Pellini (8m Chocolatier-My Intuition-Andover Hall-CR Kay Suzie) in rein to Adrian Kolgjine. Shadow Woodland scored in his first 2017 outing and now has a 23-8-5 slate in 58 career starts for 2,717,758SEK earned. Friday night action at Romme included the featured  Olle Jonssons (35,000SEWK to the winner, 2140 meters autostart). Victory was earned by 1.08/1 favorite Delicious US (8f Cantab Hall-Ipsara LB-Lemon Dra) racing with shoes, and timed in 1.14.1kr, for driver Orjan Kihlstrom, trainer Daniel Reden and owner Stall Zet. Bred by Lindy Farms, the winner scored in her first 2017 appearance (previous race September 24, 2016) and now has a career slate of 25-9-7 in 50 starts for 6,146,572SEK earned. For the 2015-2017 period she has posted 12 wins in 15 starts. This day, 11.5/1 Kadett CD (10m Scarlet Knight-Kiss Of Life-Tenor de Baune) was second for trainer/driver Robert Bergh and 33/1 Boys Going In (7g Going Kronos-Namuc-Buvetier d’Aunou) was third for trainer/driver Per Linderoth. Thomas H. Hicks

Today’s V75 harness racing action was highlighted by several fast class events each for winners’ money of 200,000SEK or more. The Frances Bulwark (250,000SEK first prize, 2140 meters autostart, 12 starters) produced an impressive victory for Finland’s Shadow Woodland (7g The Bosses Lindy-Unlimited Visa-Credit Winner) with Bjorn Goop up for trainer Reijo Liljendahl. Timed in 1.11.2kr he swept to the front early and kept on going for an easy score over pocket placed Magic Tonight (7m Andover Hall-Miss Possessed-Self Possessed) with Kenneth Haugstad driving for Roger Walmann. Third was Dreams Take Time (7m Andover Andover-B My Honey-Viking Kronos) with trainer Pete Untersteiner the pilot. The race winner recorded his fifth 2016 win in 11 starts and 22nd in the career from 55 outings, now good for 2,440,601SEK earned. The Silver Division Final (220,000SEK to the winner, 2140 meters autostart, 12 starters) went to 1.12.3kr timed Seedorf O.M.F from Italy, teamed by Goop for trainer Stig H, Johansson. The five year-old gelded son of Algiers Hall-Indy’s Lindy-SJ’s Caviar) earned his sixth 2016 win from 12 starts and 18th lifetime in 34 outings. Jetset (7f Juliano Star-Superlet-Super Arnie) was next for trainer/driver Peter Untersteiner and third went to Finland’s Top Of The World (5g Conway Hall-Pilgrims Redhead-Self Possessed). Ulf Ohlsson teamed this one for trainer Liljendahl. The impressive winner scored off soft fractions and raced barefoot, a late change made to the 1.8/1 favorite. The Klass I Custom Sulky (200,000SEK to the winner, 2140 meters autostart, 12 starters) went to 1.12.3kr timed and 2.8/1 Ottens Casher (4g Ready Cash-Ottens Julia-Juliano Star) with Orjan Kihlstrom up. Roger Walmann trains the SRF Stable owned gelding. Digital Engine (5g Super Photo Kosmos-Maralou-Sherwood) was second for Ove A. Lindqvist and third was Donato E (5g Donato Hanover-Ultra Sund-Viking Kronos) with Ulf Ohlsson driving. The Bronze Division Final (200,000SEK to winner, 2140 meters autostart, 12 starters) went to Denmark’s Le Miracle (4g Taurus Dream-Le Reve-Fill V) with Erik Adielsson driving for trainer Svante Bath and Caramera AB. The winner, bred by Jean Pierre Dubois, took his sixth 2016 victory in eight starts and he now posts an 11-2-1 slate in just 14 career outings. Global Respons (5g Credit Wiinner-Com Mimmi-Running Sea) took second for Kevin Oscarsson and trainer Stefan Persson. Third was Catch The Cash (6f Gigant Neo-You Never Can Tell-Mr. Lucken) for Oskar J. Andersson and Serious Try (5g Crazed-Miss Volo-Yankee Glide) was fourth for Per Lennartsson. The winners’ time was 1.12.4kr. The Klass II Agria Final (200,000SEK first prize, 2140 meters autostart, 12 starters) went to 1.13.3kr timed Ma Running (4f Running Sea-Hipo Beat The Odds-SJ’s Caviar) with Ulf Ohlsson driving for trainer Reijo Liljendahl. This one now has a 2016 slate of 4-2-3 in ten starts. Anedu (6g Opus Viervil-Ironiessa-Texas) was second for Orjan Kihlstrom with third to Oceanic Clearence (4f Scarlet Knight-Hermit Lady-Express Ride). Thomas H. Hicks

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