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April 11, 2020 - From April 8-11 qualifiers (18 races) continued in Florida at five of its harness racing training centers (South Florida Trotting Center/Olympic Palm Beach, Sunshine Meadows, Southern Oaks, Gil Crest and Spring Garden Ranch. Once again, the qualifiers showcased Hall of Fame reinsman, well-regarded trainers and horses that may have stakes potential that we all hope for. Leading drivers were Fern Paquet Jr. and David Miller with four wins, Steve Condren (three) and two each for James and Verlin Yoder. Training victories went to Trent Shohler (three) and two each for John Butenschoen, James and Verlin Yoder, Sam Stathis and Jennifer Sansone. Play The Ponies (3g Shadow Play) was the fastest pacing winner with 1:55.2 at Southern Oaks for David Miller and trainer Nifty Norman. Town Victor (3g Winning Mister) led the trotters with a 1:56.4 score at Spring Garden Ranch for David Miller and trainer Kelly O’Donnell. Thomas H. Hicks

On April 10 Swedish harness racing action was at Farjestad with the featured Prins Carl Phillips Jubileumspokal (total purse 47,609€, 1640 meters autostart) being on center stage.   This race winner was 1.10.4kr timed Missile Hill (5m Muscle Hill-India Hill-Garland Lobell) with Orjan Kihlstrom up for Stall Zet and trainer Daniel Reden.   This was his first 2020 start and his seventh career victory in 36 starts for this USA import that last raced there in October 2018. Zarenne FAS (5m Varenne-Miss Muscle FAS-Muscles Yankee) was second for Rikard N. Skoglund and trainer Jerry Riordan.   Forfantome AM (5m Muscle Hill-Tamla Celebar- Cantab Hall) took third for  Borbjorn Jamsson and trainer Roger Walmann for SRF Stable.   Her dam was a superb mare that also impressed during a short tour in America.   Other winners at Farjestad       Thomas Hicks

April 5, 2020 - Top harness racing action on the weekend was Saturday at Jagersro and Sunday at Umaker. First at Jagersro was the V75 Silver for a purse of 24,496€ and raced over 2140 meters autostart. Prosperous (6g Prodigious-Glorify-Super Arnie) was victorious timed in 1.13.5kr for pilot Bjorn Goop, trainer Henk Grift and owner Draviet Stables. This 3.5/1 odds winner scored from post 12 in this his fourth straight victory. Niky Flak (7g Love You) and Can Lane (7g Pastor Stephen) trailed Prosperous. On the L.C. Peterson-Broddas Minne 2020 (purse 29,272€, 2140 meters autostart, 12 starters) the 4.2/1 odds Cyber Lane (7g Raja Mirchi-Sybaris Hanover-Cantab Hall) scored in 1.11.4kr with trainer Johan Untersteiner at the lines. Levaux AB owns the winner that was making his first start this year. Velvet Gio (6g Nad Al Sheba-Mind Wise As-Lemon Dra) was second for Carl Johan Jepson and Tae Kwon Deo (5m Muscle Hill-Brigham Dream-Kaisy Dream) was third for Adrian Kolgjini. Cyber Lane There were several other interesting winners on the program. Rajesh Face (7g Raja Mirchi-Nippy Girl-Ginger Somolli) took the Summer Meeting Monte (purse 8,767€, 1640 meters autostart) in a quick 1.11.8kr with Sofia Adolfsson the jockey. The Derby Trial 2020 (purse 29,271€, 2640 meters autostart, four year olds) saw a 1.15.7kr timed victory to Upset Face (4m Joke Face-Iona LB-Supergill) reined by trainer Adrian Kolghjini. Power (4m Googoo Gaagaa) was second for Robert Bergh. The Klass I event (purse 21.679€, 1640 meters autostart) went to 1.11.7kr timed and 2.1/1 odds Van Gogh ZS (6m Love You-Oyapock Oaks-Andover Hall) with trainer Robert Bergh the pilot. In an event for three-year olds (purse 12,367€, 2140 meters autostart) the 2.8/1 odds Gilmore Trot (3m Muscle Hill-Caddie Geisha-Love You) scored in 1.16.6kr for trainer/driver Peter Untersteiner. This was his second straight victory in as many outings. Looking ahead, on April 10 at Farjestad is the Prins Carl Philips Jubileumspokal and it has drawn ten entrants including Italy’s Varenne Fas in a likely competitive group. On April 5th racing at Umaker was center stage with a host of good races. Shown below are Amperage Hanover and the Tap In roan daughter Redhot Tap Dancer. Trotting in Sweden has continued and has drawn excellent following on the ATG and PMU networks. Resumption of racing in France has been rumored to begin April 21, however, prominent industry players question that rumor. Amperage Hanover Redhot Tap Dancer   Thomas H. Hicks  

The harness racing veteran Sorbet (9m Super Photo Kosmos-Altar Bound) took the Tuesday featured Prix la Fee at Eskilstuna (purse 8,051€. 1640 meters autostart) timed in 1.09.8kr. Orjan Kihlstrom teamed the Daniel Reden trainee for Stall Zet.   Off at .3/1 odds this favorite bested Diamanten (7m Adrian Chip-Iata Kall) and pilot Erik Adielsson and third finishing Nappa Scar (8m Scarlet Knight-Butterfly Player) with trainer Per Lennartsson up. Dreammoko (7m Timoko-Uranie d’Atout) was fourth for trainer/driver Bjorn Goop.   At Jagersro, the Prix Nipp Girl (purse 12,368€, 2140 meters autostart, 13 starters) went to 2.2/1 Caitriona (3f Readly Express-Glorify) with trainer Conrad Lugauer up for Stall Rom-Easy. 40.8/1 Tiny Rocket (3f Djali Boko-Sandbar Hanover) was next foe Per Nordstrom and third to 20.9/1 Vanessa Face (3f Joke Face) for trainer/driver Adrian Kolgjini.   Thomas H. Hicks  

March 28, 2020 - The weekend Solvalla feature was the V75 Gold Paralympia (purse to winner 300,000SEK, 2140 meters autostart, 12 starters) and 2.2/1 Disco Volante (7g Scarlet Knight-Glorify-Super Arnie) was a gate to wire winner for harness racing driver Ulf Ohlsson, trainer Stefan Melander and owner Stall Courant AB. Disco won for the fifth time in six 2020 starts and raised his life earnings to 4,192,915SEK. The victory was career win 24 in 59 appearances. He overcame that belief of some that he could only win at 1640 meters, a distance that he won four straight races entering this contest. Race time was 1.10.9kr (mile rate 1:54). Reckless (10m Ready Cash-Haver-Supergill) rallied for second with trainer Bjorn Goop the pilot. Gareth Boko (7m Make It Happen-Vanilla Boko-Pine Chip) was third, reined by Marc Elias for trainer Conrad Lugauer. The next leg of the Paralympic qualifiers is at Jagersro on April 4. Legs of the Paralympic Trot 2020 Saturday March 28 - Solvalla Saturday April 4 - Jägersro Saturday April 11 - Romme Saturday April 18 - Umåker 'Last chance' Final will be held at Åby Saturday April 25. On the same card fast class mares contested the STL Mares Pixies (220,000SEK to the winner, 1640 meters autostart, eight starters) with victory to late closing and 22/1 I Love Paris (10f Steinlager-Marie Dulcinea-Egyptian Gentleman) handled by her trainer Bjorn Goop. The victory increased her life earnings to 3,938,294 with this her 14th career win. Unique Juni (7f Uptown Yankee-Staro Unique-Supergill) was second for Jorgen Westholm and Hevin Boko (6f Going Kronos-Welat Boko-Garland Lobell) took third for Rikard N. Skoglund. The favorite and leading Ultra Bright made a miscue. Earlier on the program were four year old divisions of the Margaretas, each for 300,000SEK to the winners, each raced over 2140 meters autostart. In the filly division 2.2/1 Alaska Kronos (4f Trixton-Illinois-Donerail) scored timed in 1.13.9kr for Orjan Kihlstrom, trainer Daniel Reden and owner Stall Zet. Ganga Bae (4f Muscle Hill-Alexia As-Conway Hall) took second for Jorma Kontio The colt division of four-year olds saw 15.8/1 Untion Face (4m Joke Face-Croix d’Am-Love You) score for trainer/driver Adrian Kolgjini over the Kilhstrom teamed Digital Summit (4m Super Photo Kosmos) clocked in 1.12.7kr. The two three-year old divisions were won first by the filly Clockwork (3f Zola Boko) at 10.3/1 odds and clocked in 1.14.5kr for reinsman Ulf Eriksson. The male division saw 3.4/1 Forever Melon (3g Infinitif-Easter As-Dancers Victory) score in 1.15.7kr with Orjan Kihlstrom up. The main SWE race programs as also being offered by PMU while the FR tracks are closed due to Covid19. PMU is offering an e-Quinte+ wager each day on one SWE race. Thomas H. Hicks  

March 18, 2020 - Zanzibar Effe (5f Donato Hanover-Ema Sec) took the Jagersro Executive Caviars race for mares (purse 11,343Sek, 1640 meters autostart) clocked in 1.12.7kr. Off at 4.37/1 from post 10, this Jerry Riordan trainee was teamed with Stefan Persson for the victory. Riordan co-owns Zanzibar with AB Trotcore. 5.17/1 Gor lobal Wireless (5f Donao Hanover-Sail On By) took second for pilot Johan Untersteiner and 19.6/1 Majors Carona (5f SJs Caviar-Keep Out) was third for Conny Gustafsson. At Solvalla was the Kentucky Fibbers (purse 206,000Sek, 2140 meters autostart). The 1.6/1 favorite Makethemark (7m Maharajah-Global Naughty-Conway Hall) scored timed in 1.13.4kr for Ulf Ohlsson and trainer Salmela Petri. Ragazzo da Sopra (7g From Above-Larome-Comets Pride) at 6.3/1 was second for trainer/driver Bjorn Goop. 121/1 Cupido Sisu (8g Judge Joe-Dream Hanover-Pine Chip) was third for Tomi Haspin. Former Hambletonian winner Perfect Spirit was fourth. Makethemark Racing in Sweden will occur this weekend at Bergsaker and Farjestad as most of the world’s racetracks are closed. Thomas H. Hicks  

March 19, 2020 - Last week the great nine year old harness racing mare Uza Josselyn (9f Love You-Tezira Josselyn-Ganymede-Ezira Josselyn-Royal Prestige) was retired by her owners/trainers Rena and Barbara Aebischer. She retired with 33 career victories in 79 starts for 1.274,678€ earned plus 11 times second and four times third. Ecurie Yvan Bernard bred this classy mare that became the Swiss champion with a Gr. I victory in the Gran Premio Milan. She was second in the 2019 Prix de France and the Prix d-Atlantique. She recorded a 1.09kr time at Enghien in the Prix de Washington, becoming one of the fastest mares in Europe. She last raced at Cagnes sur Mer in the Criterium de Vitesse in early March. Uza’s female competitor Belina Josselyn, also a daughter of Love You, is at home of the farm and readying to be bred to Ready Cash. Belina Josselyn Thomas H. Hicks

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

Calle Crown (6m Great Challenger-Hillary Crown) rallied to win the Grand Prix de Vincennes (Gr. III, purse 80,000€, 2925 meters, International) at Cagnes sur Mer timed in 1.14.2kr. Pierre Vercruysse reined this Tomas Malmqvist trainee that now has two wins and a second in his last three for owner Easy KP. His career earnings are 286,404€. Dream de Lasserie (7g Orlando Vici) was second for Romain Derieux and Ecurie Daidou. Third was the 25-meter handicapped Brooke du Boscar (9f Look de Star) with Yves Hurel aboard.Callie Crown On the undercard were two upper level races. First, the Prix de Syracuse (purse 29,000€, 2925 meters, European) went to 5.6/1 odds Making Love (9g Ken Warkentin-Nouvelle Action) reined by Pierre Vercruysse for owner Measurable Success AB and trainer Daniel Parling. This was the winner’s first win in France and it raised his life earnings to 110,648€. Emiliano (6m Love You-Quarda du Rib) was second with Dominik Loqueneux the pilot for Ecurie des Charmes and trainer Yannick Alain Briand. Third was the Steve Stefano teamed Batum des Bruyeres (9g L’Eau du Vernay) for trainer J.M. Roubaud. Making Love The undercard also included the Prix de Saint-Malo (purse 33,000€, 2925 meters, European) and Pierre Vercruysse was again the winner, teaming Eden Basque (6g Singalo-Janga) to the 1.14.3kr victory. Nicolas Ensch trains this now nine-time winner for Ecurie Castagniccia. Eden raised his life earnings to 177,890€. Delmonica (7f Prince d’Espace) was second for Stephane Cingland and trainer Anthony Muidebled. Third was the Jean Charles Feron trainer and reined Belle au Vent (9g Jag de Bellouet). Eden Basque Vercruysse posted three consecutive wins this day at Cagnes sur Mer, as reported above, and his trainee Moni Viking took the feature at Enghien. The Winter Meet at CSM showcased the Grand Criterium de Vitesse that went to Vivid Wise As from the Gocciadoro stable. The other results from the winter meet are shown below.   TOP 3 HORSES (excl. Grand Critérium de Vitesse Nice-Matin) Elsa de Belfonds - 108 200€ Good Morning - 64 800€ El Villagio - 58 170€   TOP 3 TRAINERS- MEETING 2019-2020 Romuald Mourice - 33 victories Yannick-Alain Briand - 30 wins Vincent Martens - 24 wins   TOP 3 DRIVERS - MEETING 2019-2020 Christophe Martens - 25 victories David Bekaert - 21 wins Yannick-Alain Briand - 12 wins LeTrot files/photos by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink    

March 13, 2020 - The 5/2 odds Moni Viking (7m Maharajah-Jeanesse d’Oree) took the Enghien harness racing featured Prix de Pierrefitte sur Seine (purse 58,000€, 2150 meters autostart, European) clocked in 1.13kr with Bryan Coppens at the lines. He began from post 14 and was at the back until a huge move to engage the leader and then gain the lead. He won for the seventh time in France for trainer Pierre Vercruysse and owner Jan Lyng, and he now has career earnings of 293,241€. Divine Mesloise (7f The Beat Madrik) was a game second for Gabriele Gelormini and trainer Pierre Belloche. Third was Datcha (7f The Best Madrik) for Yoann Lebourgeois, trainer Emmanul Ruault and owner Ecurie Comte P de Montesson. Thomas H. Hicks

March 11, 2020 - The 2.1/1 harness racing favorite Viking d’Hermes (11g Sancho Panca-Norina Way) scored at Laval in this day’s Grand Prix Consel Departemental Mayenne (purse 49,000€, 2850 meters distance handicapped, International) timed in 1.12.6kr. Eric Raffin teamed this 25-meter handicapped winner for trainer J.M. Roubaud as he scored for the 18th time in a career that has produced earnings of 501,800€. Fun Quick (5m Carpe Diem-Activity Quick) was second for Alexandre Abrivard, trainer Maik Esper and owner Ecurie Quick Star. Baron d’Aidou (9g Saxo de Vandel) took third for Cyril Chenu. Thomas H. Hicks

March 12, 2020 - Bugsy Malone (9g Ready Cash-Night Captain) returned from a four month vacation to score at Caen in the harness racing Prix de Cauvicourt (purse 31,000€, 2200 meters autostart, European) with Yoann Lebourgeois up. Off at 2.5/1 the winner recorded his 29th career victory now for 885,230€ earned. Philippe Allaire owns and trains the veteran campaigner that is especially talented on the turf in summer season. Ce Bello Romain (8g Jam Pridem-Miss Echo Bella) was second and Eriden (6, Ready Cash-Topaze d’Atout) took third, this one with David Thomain up for trainer Sebastien Guarato. Bel Avis was an unplaced starter. Thomas H. Hicks

The Cagnes sur Mer action today began with the Prix Club de l’Echo Nice Matin (purse 45,000€, 2925 meters, eigth starters) and it was a battle finally won by 8/10 favorite Good Morning (4m Ni Ho Ped d’Ombree) with Franck Nivard up. Sylvain Roger trains and Noel Lolic owns the winner of 125,660€. The 56/1 Gangster Devaness (4m Booster Winner) was a nose short second and 12/1 Gazelle Daxel trailed the top pair. Race time was 1.14.8kr. Good Morning The Prix de Florence (purse 45,000€, 2925 meters, 11 starters) went to 16/1 Funky Girl (5f Uhlan du Val-My Lovely Girl) clocked in 1.14.5kr with Louis Baudron aboard, he also the breeder/owner/trainer of this rallying neck winner. The win was her sixth in 31 career outings now for 108,460€ earned. The 4/10 favorite Famous Lady (5f Prodigious) was second, also trained by Baudron and reined by Gwenn Junod. 12/1 Fashion d’Heripre (5f Orlando Vici) was third. Funky Girl Extreme Star (6f Pin Quick-Nikka du Roncey) took the Prix de Livourne (purse 28,000€, 2925 meters, 12 starters) with trainer Michel Lenoir aboard for Ecurie de la Balagne, clocked in 1.13.4kr. She was off at 16/1 and bested 11/1 Dunion des Racques (7f Sam Bourbon) and 8.6/1 Estero (6g Village Mystic). Extreme Star The Quinte+ race of the day was a special one with a 1,000,000€ bonus opportunity to one exact order ticketholder. The exact order Quinte+ payoff was 17,354.60€ to 118 winning tickets. The Q+ pool of the day of speed was 5,693,202€ and the total wagered on the race exceeded 10,707,000€. Angle of Attack (8g Scarlet Knight-Magyare Turgot) was the 1.13.8kr timed winner with Dominik Locqueneux the pilot for trainer Robert Bergh and owner Roland Wiksten. The winner was off at 4.1/1 and he won for the fourth time in 10 starts in France. He now has career earnings of 317,850€. 5.9/1 Christo (8g Rieussec) was second for Michel Lenoir and 17/1 Black d’Arjeanc (9g Prince d’Espace) took third with Gabriel Gelormini up. 4.7/1 Creature Castelets and 31/1 Beach Julry captured the fourth and fifth place checks. Angle of Attack Lightly raced three year olds contested the Prix de Vichy (purse 45,000€, 2925 meters, LeTrot Regional Open) and it saw Hooker Mannetrot (3m Bird Parker-Aty Mannetrot) score impressively for trainer/driver Yannick Alain Briand, his second win in eight outings, for 38,070€ earned. Haka (3m Ready Cash-Un Fille d’Amour) was second for David Bekaert, trainer Kevin Vanderschelden and owner Jean Pierre Dubois. Third was Hidden Face (3f Brillantissime) for Kevin Dovienne and trainer Nicolas Ensch. Hooker Mannetot Anders Lindqvist and friends at Cagnes sur Mer LeTrot and PMU files/photos by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink    

The Grand Criterium de Vitesse Nice-Matin (Gr. I, UET Masters Series, purse 170,000€, 11 starters) today at Cagnes sur Mer was raced with video, with wagering and with fans and the 1.8/1 favorite Vivid Wise As (6m Yankee Glide-Temple Blue Chip) scored, timed in 1.09.7kr (1:52.16) for trainer/driver Alessandro Gocciadoro. Scuderia Bivans Srl owns the now four-time winner in France and his life earnings reached 774,636€. The race time was well off the 1.08.9kr race record jointly held by Readly Express and Bold Eagle. The 4.5/1 Earl Simon (6m Prodigious-Tindrama) was second with Franck Ouvrie up for trainer Jarmo Niskanen and Ecurie Skyttem. 12/1 Billie de Montfort (9f Jasmin de Flore) rallied late for third after being trapped on the pegs with Gabriele Gelormini up. The 9/2 Delia du Pommereux (7f Niky) was fourth and 6.4/1 Looking Superb finished fifth ahead of the other two check earners Uza Josselyn and Bahia Quesnot. Former Elitloppet winner Dijon was a miscue dq. Une de Mai won this classic five times; Ourasi plus Timoko are four-time winners. The last USA winner was Moni Maker in 2000 with Jimmy Takter driving. The seven other USA winners include Peace Corps and Express Ride. Vivid Wise As Race Replay:  https://www.letrot.com/fr/replay-courses/2020-03-08/0601/5 LeTrot, PMU files/photos by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink    

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  

Six of the seven Cagnes sur Mer trots in France this day were at the 1609 meter autostart distance (one mile) to kickoff the Criterium de Vitesse weekend. Unfortunately, the races were conducted without spectators and without wagering. The featured Prix de Padoue (purse 22,000€, 1609 meters autostart, European) saw Vincent Ferm (6g Mago s’Amore-Lindyliana Font) score in 1.10.9kr (mile 1:54) for pilot G.P. Minnucci and trainer Mario Baroncini. It was his second win in France and increased his career earnings to 108,482€. Vesna (6f Libreccio Grif) was second for Rene Legati and trainer Alessandro Gocciadoro. Making Love (9g Ken Warkentin) took third for Dominik Locqueneux. Vincent Ferm   The other winners of one mile events this day were: Doro Desbois (7g Quaro) timed in 1.11.1 (1:54.4) for Steve Stefano in the Prix de Cesena; Visia Spin (6f Varenne-Karisma Zet) clocked in 1.12.kr (1:56.3) for trainer/driver Alessandro Gocciadoro in the Prix de Pise;  Blue Label (9g Love You-Mary Louy Wic) in 1.12.2kr (1:56.2) for apprentice reinsman Pierre Repichet and trainer J.M. Roubaud; Vlad del Ronco (6m Julius del Ronco) in 1.10.8kr (1:53.9) in the Prix de Bologne for pilot Leo Abrivard and trainer L.Cl. Abrivard; Djember du Pont (7g Baccarat du Pont) in the Prix de Modene in 1.15.5kr (2:01.4) for Emeline Jousset in the event for amateur drivers Tomorrow, of course, is the Gr.I Criterium de Vitesse for 11 top class trotteurs. LeTrot files/photo by Thomas H. HIcks, for Harnesslink  

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