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September 26, 2015 - The third and final session of the prestigious ASVT Kriterie Yearling Sale was completed this evening. 90 of 130 catalogued sold (69.2%) in the last session for an average of US$ 7,078. Eight head brought 150,000SEK or more led by the Ready Cash filly Bathilda Bagshot, hip 452. The total sale saw 335 horses sold from 482 catalogued (69.5%) with gross sales of 29,795,000SEK, an average of US$10,560. The sale leader was hip 8 Just Stunning, a filly by Muscle Hill-Illustre November, that brought US$78,369. For all sale results click on this link. All sale details can be viewed on this link. The full catalog can be viewed from this link. Kriterieauktion files Thomas H. Hicks

Sweden provides an opportunity for stayers to gain valuable UET Masters Series points at Orebro on Saturday night, also doubling as the last leg of the V75. Swedish Masterskap winner On Track Piraten off a 40 metre handicap to the front runners is the class runner in the race. The altered son of French stallion Kool du Caux, is a group one winner over a staying distance having won Germany's top race last year, the Grosser Preis Von Deutschland, at Hamburg over the 2720m distance. Hans R Stromberg's gelding is also the winner of the CL Mullers Memorial over 2640m at Jagersro and the Masterskap or Swedish Championships at Aby over the same distance, both races carrying group two status. His sire Kool de Caux was second in the Prix d'Amerique (2700m) but also had a good turn of speed with victories in the Group one Copenhagen Cup (2011m) and the Prix de France (2100m) in a stellar career in which he won 1.5 million euro and took a record of 1.09.8 (1.52.2MR). "The Pirate's" major opposition will come from the likes of last year's winner New Line a Danish-bred son of King Conch who was trained in the victory by Ake Svanstedt, who of course is now resident in the United States but has transferred the horse to son Anders' stable. New Line has true staying credentials, not only winning this event last year but placing in the Harper Hanovers Lopp, the staying test on Elitloppet weekend, and the Malmo Stads Pris, another 3km marathon. Another with claims is Mellby Viking, the royally bred son of Viking Kronos, who relishes the longer distance. He has a super French pedigree, being from the family of Romee, the foundation mare for a family which includes Prix du Cornulier winner Dream With Me, Indy de Vive, the sire of Ready Cash, Italian Derby winner Daguet Rapide - another highly successful sire - Lazio du Bourg, who won the Criterium des 3 Ans, and Giesolo de Lou, who won just shy of 2 million euro to name but a few. Mellby VIking is very lightly raced, with just 22 starts for 13 wins and two placings, but 3 of the wins are at this distance, and one suspects trainer Timo Nurmos has some choice French missions ahead for the six-year-old stayer who is off the 20m handicap. Porthos Amok is also one who could figure prominently. He is a son of Orlando Vici, a French sire whose son Un Mec D'Heripre is one of the rising stars in his native land. Orlando Vici has also Great Success in Sweden, with Pato a TravKriterium and TravDerby winner while Porthos Amok, himself, was second in last year's Swedish TravDerby. Another Swedish Travderby winner Beau Mec is actually in the race. Robert Bergh's a son of Jag de Bellouet, one of the true greats of the French scene, winning 4.4million euros on the back of victories in both the Prix d'Amerique and Prix Cornulier, the top races in France in harness and under saddle, and each race of the French triple crown. Beau Mec has won twice in France but apart from his Group one Travderby success, has largely been a bit part player since that win as a 4YO. OREBRO INTERNATIONAL 03/05/14 SE Group II Int UET Masters Series 3140 all 91 000 1 Kemas Magic (h Kadabra - Gold Dust) Dr: Fredrik Persson Tr: Fredrik Persson 3140 2 Super Photogenic (g Super Photo Kosmos - Foreign Fortune) Dr: Niclas Stenqvist Tr: Bo Hellkvist 3140 3 Diamond of Ace (h Turbo Sund - Catch the Moment) Dr: Leif Witasp Tr: Leif Witasp 3140 4 Corleone Shark (g Capetown Hall - Charlatan Shark) Dr: Pekka Korpi Tr: Risto Airaksinen 3140 5 Ciske de Rat (g Castleton Bass - Keetje Tippel) Dr: Björn Goop Tr: Bas Crebas 3140 6 Bar Plombier (g Tony Oaks - Francine Bar) Dr: Torbjörn Jansson Tr: Eric Martinsson 3140 7 Jupiter Rodney (h Skogans Orlov - Judy Rodney) Dr: Palle Günther Tr: Bo Örberg 3140 8 On Hold (g Valley Victor - Kill Time) Dr: Erik Adielsson Tr: Berne Gustafsson 3160 9 Narold Vox (g Orlando Vici - Bonnie Vox) Dr: Ulf Ohlsson Tr: Krister Jakobsson 3160 10 Sem Jafet (g S J's Photo - Persilja) Dr: Peter Untersteiner Tr: Peter Untersteiner 3160 11 Mellby Viking (h Viking Kronos - Naomi de Lou) Dr: Jorma Kontio Tr: Timo Nurmos 3160 12 On Track Piraten (g Kool du Caux - Monrovia) Dr: Hans R Strömberg Tr: Hans R Strömberg 3180 13 Beau Mec (h Jag de Bellouet - Extreme Lady) Dr: Robert Bergh Tr: Robert Bergh 3180 14 New Line (g King Conch - På'en Igen Frökjär) Dr: Anders Svanstedt Tr: Anders Svanstedt 3180 15 Porthos Amok (h Orlando Vici - Baroness Amok) Dr: Örjan Kihlström Tr: Stefan Melander 3180 by David Sanders, for Harnesslink.com

Lutfi Kolgjini’s star Raja Mirchi, is seen by many as the heir apparent to another Swedish star with a name reminiscent of Subcontinent royalty, Maharajah. There are many similarities. Both are sons of Viking Kronos, Raja Mirchi out of  a half French mare in Dame Lavec, by Quito de Talonay (Florestan) out of a mare by Speedy Crown,  while Maharajah is out of Chilli Khan by a son of Speedy Crown out of a half-French mare by Tibur. Both are former Swedish Travkriterium winners and both  won big races in France as six-year-olds  to earn their first places in the Prix d’Amerique, Maharajah winning the Prix de Belgique in 2011, finishing second in that year’s PDA while Raja Mirchi won the Prix Tenor de Baune  in 2013 before finishing 11th, a place in front of Maharajah in Royal Dream’s 2013 PDA win. Raja Mirchi has some way to go before he gets close to the “Emperor” but the 2012 Masterkap winner (Swedish Champion) has already won group races in Sweden, France, Norway and Italy  indeed has  something of a point to prove after a disappointing 6YO season, which had started so well, with that Prix  Tenor De Baune victory. But his seven-year-old campaign (which actually started in December) has started brightly with two wins out of last three starts, and though he did not go to France as intended, he will be primed to continue his good run with a great draw in the Olympiatravet qualifier, Group II UET Masters Series at Solvalla which is also the Gold division final of March’s V75 series. He will meet the inform Sanity and his conqueror from last week, Harry Haythrow, the grand warhorse and the up and coming force that is Dreams Takes Time, a Breeders Crown champion  last year in a very good field. Olympiatravet qualifier Solvalla 2014-03-29 Group II UET Masters Series, 2140m 1         Labero Broline (h   Pine Chip - Armbro Natural)  Dr: Erik Adielsson   Tr: Svante Båth               2         Raja Mirchi (h   Viking Kronos - Dame Lavec)   Dr: Lutfi Kolgjini   Tr: Lutfi Kolgjini                3         Sanity (g  Love You - Flash Light)   Dr: Örjan Kihlström   Tr: Malin Löfgren               4         Yanantin Boko (g   Viking Kronos - Ormonne Boko)   Dr: Darren Mizzi   Tr: Olle Alsén           5         Harry Haythrow (g   Rite On Line - Speedy Tilda)   Dr: Peter Untersteiner   Tr: Johnny Johansson             6         Montgomery Gel (h   Jag de Bellouet - Com Nina)  Dr:  Jorma Kontio   Tr: Timo Nurmos                7         Lord Capar (h   Varenne - Foxy'n Rowdy)   Dr: Thomas Dalborg   Tr: Mats Karlsson                8         Dreams Take Time (h   Andover Andover - B.My Honey)   Dr: Johnny Takter   Tr: Lars I Nilsson                9         Francais du Gull (h   Jag de Bellouet - Tantiem Gull)   Dr: Torbjörn Jansson   Tr: Erik Lindegren         Dave Sanders

Village Mystic heads an even field of nine 4YO stallions in the harness racing Group two Prix Octave Douesnel over 2700m at Vincennes on Sunday. Louis Baudron's son of Love You is a group one winner having prevailed in the Prix de Selection, the inter-generational classic held annually around the beginning of March each year. He won the Prix Jules Thibault (Group II) in August and ran sixth in his first start back from a spell in the Prix Marcel Laurent a month back when he was sent out third favourite behind the winner Victoire. Village Mystic was the well-beaten favourite in the Criterium des 4 Ans, and is currently fourth in the V-generation earnings behind precocious mare Vanika de Ruel and monte stars Vanishing Point and Vision Intense. Also in the Prix Marcel Laurent field was Jean Michel Bazire's Vaux le Vicomte who was second favourite, and ran fourth but is something of a perennial groomsman - although in pretty esteemed company. The son of Nahar de Beval was a credible third in the European Derby or Grand Prix De l'Uet (Gr1) in Sweden two starts back in October and was also second in the Criterium des 3 Ans held at this very meeting 12 months ago. Vaux le Vicomte won four of his first six starts but has only won once in his last 20, which says a lot about the calibre of the opposition. Still French trotting amply rewards its higher class horses with decent stake money down to seventh place (and a 10 per cent bonus to the breeder) and has earned a respectable 333,000 euros - which places him 12th in the V-generation rankings. Roberto Donati's Voltigeur de Myrt was a somewhat surprising winner of the Criterium des 4 Ans - it was just his fifth win in what at that point been 25 starts and he started at 16-1 odds in a pretty open field. The son of Opus Viervil has not won since and went into a "grand galop" in the Prix Marcel Laurent, the second time in a row he had broken stride. Vigove is another five-win trotter, and being by Gazouillis, is probably bred more to the saddle than the bike, although he has only started in one monte and showed little aptitude for it. But Franck Leblanc's stallion is a very useful performer with two group two wins and a third in the group one Criterium des 4 Ans, after finishing in the same position in the leadup race, the Prix Phaeton. However he has not placed higher than sixth in three starts back from a five month break although he does possess the fastest record in this field (1.10.9 or 1.54MR). Ecurie Victoria Dreams has two sons of Password entered, the first of which, Volcan d'Urzy is the only one in the field who commenced stud duties this season and is a half-brother to Leader Chip who finished second in both the Danish Travkriterium and Travderby. The Criterium des 4 Ans runner up has won five of just 19 starts including the group two Prix Kalmia and was also runner-up in two group one Prix Albert Vie and will be driven by Jean Philippe Dubois. Coincidentally his sire Password, a son of Goetmals Wood out of a mare by US Champion 2YO Workaholic, also won the Prix Kalmia and was runner up in the Prix Albert Viel. The other Password progeny is Voyage de Reve, who has six wins including the group two Prix Jacques De Vauloge. But that was 12 months ago and he has struggled in this higher grade so far, with just two more placings. Julien Dubois is his driver. PRIX OCTAVE DOUESNEL Vincennes 08/12/13 Group two 4M 2700m €120 000 1 Vulcain de Vandel (4h Jag de Bellouet - Ophelia de Vandel) Dr: Franck Nivard Tr: Franck Nivard 2 Valentin du Gite (4h Iton du Gite - Oh Biche Jolie) Dr: Bernard Piton Tr: Jean Lelievre 3 Viking de Val (4h Baccarat du Pont - La Forge de Val) Dr: Eric Lambertz Tr: Eric Lambertz 4 Voyage de Reve (4h Password - Kiocalba) Dr: Julien Dubois Tr: Philippe Moulin 5 Volcan d'Urzy (4h Password - Jabotte d'Urzy) Dr: Jean Philippe Dubois Tr: Philippe Moulin 6 Vigove (4h Gazouillis - Govive) Dr: Pierre Vercruysse Tr: Franck Leblanc 7 Vaux le Vicomte (4h Nahar de Beval - Nina du Beauvoisin) Dr: Jean Michel Bazire Tr: Jean Michel Bazire 8 Voltigeur de Myrt (4h Opus Viervil - Myrtille des Bois) Dr: Dominik Locqueneux Tr: Roberto Donati 9 Village Mystic (4h Love You - Netchka d'Orgeres) Dr: Louis Baudron Tr: Louis Baudron Dave Sanders

A photographer on the inside of the track may have inadvertently given the rest of the field an outside shot of beating the Crazed colt Tumble Dust in the Danish Trav Kriterium this Saturday. The purse for the 100,000 euros Grade II Stake. Tomas Malmqvist’s striking colt was well clear in his Kriterium heat when he started to slow down, and almost stop, going into a break just shy of the winning post earning a disqualification, a fine for careless driving for his pilot Johnny Takter, and a spot on one of the outside marks on the front line in the final. The beautifully bred colt, who is from a US family which has proved popular in Sweden with half brother Hard Livin and close relative Elitloppet winner From Above both at stud in the country. Another brother, Photo Maxx, earned just a few dollars shy of half a million and Malmqvist’s colt is already well on his way with the highest earnings in the field with 1.012 million kroner But with his gate speed Takter should negate the effects of his 7 post and be in a good position to add the Group I honour to his resume. He was also a finalist in Swedish Group I E3 final and has a record of 1.12.3 making his case for favouritism impeccable. The three heat winners have the advantage of the inside three poles with the impressive Muscles Yankee cot The Therumoursaidfire having Birger Jörgensen for local traine Peter Rudbeck. He was commanding in his heat win, his ninth in 15 starts and he has earned 654,500kr with a record of 1.14.8.   Tano Bork was another impressive heat winner and will be driven as usual by his trainerChristian Lindhardt. He has won four of fourteen starts and has 341,907kr in earnings and a record of 1.13.3. Touch of Globe was the beneficiary of Tumble Dust’s misfortune and on that run will be hard pushed to feature in this. But his trainer Steen Juul, one of Denmark’s most accomplished horsemen, has two others in the event and in Conway Hall colt Tycoon Conway Hall, which he will drive, he probably has a better chance. Tycoon Conway Hall has won six of his 12 starts ofr 246,573kr and has a record of 1.14.2, for a middle distance race. Juul’s other colt Takethem, by the aforementioned From Above will be driven by Knud Mönster. A four-win horse, he has earned just over 100,000kr and has a record of 1.14.1, over middle distance. Jeppe Juel was bullish in the press about the chances of Tripolini which had won three of his previous four starts before a third in his heat. In total the Archduke Kemp gelding has won four of seven with two placings and has a record of 1.15.3. Morten Friis’ Great Challenger colt and Peter Untersteiner’s gelding Thengill another by From Above will also find support DANSK TRAV KRITERIUM Charlottenlund  2013-10-06 Group II Nat 2500m 3c&G €100 000 1   Therumoursaidfire (3c Muscles Yankee - Anacott Steel) Dr: Birger Jörgensen Tr: Peter Rudbeck   2   Touch of Globe (3c Golden Globe - Cirkeline Tes)s Dr: Thomas Uhrberg Tr: Steen Juul   3   Tano Bork (3c Great Challenger - Frederikke Bork) Dr: Christian Lindhardt Tr: Christian Lindhardt   4   Tabasco Cæsar (3c Pine Chip - Puk Paradiso) Dr: Rene Kjær Tr: Anders Nielsen   5   Takethem (3c From Above - d'Cherie) Dr: Knud Mönster Tr: Steen Juul   6   Tack Wee (3g Armbro Goal - Exel Hjordal) Dr: Nicolaj Andersen Tr: Jörn Nörlem   7   Tumble Dust (3c Crazed - Affinity) Dr: Johnny Takter Tr: Tomas Malmqvist   8   Tycoon Conway Hall (3c Conway Hall - Golden Sunday) Dr: Steen Juul Tr: Steen Juul   9   Tip Esterel (3c Esterel Sunset - Hera Esterel) Dr: Flemming Jensen Tr: Flemming Jensen   10   Tripolini V P (3g Archduke Kemp - Lady Magic) Dr: Jeppe Juel Tr: Jeppe Juel   11   Thengill (3g From Above - Elegant Lady) Dr: Johan Untersteiner Tr: Peter Untersteiner   12   Ticket To Heaven (3c Great Challenger - Honey Flamingo) Dr: Morten Friis Tr: Jan Friis   by Dave Sanders for Harnesslink.com

Former world record holder Digital Ink heads the field for the Trav St Leger, a 3140m test of endurance for 4YOs in Aby tonight. Stefan Melander’s Super Photo Kosmos colt, who was a surprise omission for the Swedish TravDerby, broke the world record for the 2140m trip in the Norrlands Grand Prix qualifier at Bollnas in July. The time was broken only last weekend by Mosaique Face when winning the European Derby at Solvalla. Digital Ink has won 11 of his 22 races including a last start win the Sovallaserien VI, Four Year Old race where he beat some of Sweden’s top 4YOS, including 2012 TravKriterium winner Chelsea Boko (another mystifying TravDerby omission), European 3YO champion Noble Knight and rising German star Indigious – who is trained in Sweden by Stig Johansson. Also in the Solvallaerien field was Barracuda River, the 3YO Breeders Crown winner who broke when being taken forward in his TravDerby heatby Lutfi Kolgjini and surprisingly missed a start in the final and who he will meet tonight in the St Leger. In that heat Barracuda River lost perhaps 50 metres, and was passing horses with ease in the home straight finishing some six lengths from the winner and full of running. That performance suggests he will find the 3140m trip no problems, as would his breeding, being by US stallion Express It, out of a half French mare Just About Enough. His only problem is that he does run hot and cold, so is always a risk as a betting proposition. Jerry Riordan has Lou Guida’s Italian-bred Paolo America, one of three sons of French supersire Love You  in the field. Paolo America  is a winner of nine minor races in 35 starts but very much in his favour is two wins at this distance including  only two starts ago, and a placing in the same trip last start, and could be one for longer odds. Another by the same sire is Norwegian Love You Fox   broke in the heats for the Grand Prix de l’UET where he was driven by top Swedish reinsman Bjorn Goop who is again in the bike.  Love You Fox is the winner of  three of his 24 starts from the Anders Wolden stable. The third Love You is also a specialist stayer, Erik Berglöf’s  Val d’Amour has won eight races, the last a 3280m V75 4YO race, and has two other wins over staying distances in close to 2min time. Germany is represented by For Pleasure As, who is trained by ex-pat German Conrad Lugauer at Jagersro and is the son of German superstar Abano As. He is an improving horse with a second placing in the Group II Sommartravets Final at the beginning of August, a UET Master Series race and when keeps his feet on the ground has been in the money in all but two of his 13 starts. He has however broken stride three times. SVENSKT TRAV ST LEGER Åby     2013-10-03 4YO  3140m 1         Love You Fox (4h   Love You - Sly Fox)  Dr: Björn Goop   Tr: Anders L Wolden               2         Tristan Toro (4h   S J's Photo - Trissi Cougar)   Dr: Veijo Heiskanen   Tr: Veijo Heiskanen               3         Pine Cool (4h   Pine Chip - Lindys Cool)   Dr: Marcus M Melander   Tr: Stefan Melander               4         For Pleasure As (4h   Abano As - Frill Aas)   Dr: Conrad Lugauer   Tr: Conrad Lugauer               5         Digital Ink (4g  Super Photo Kosmos - Laverda des Pres)  Dr:  Örjan Kihlström   Tr: Stefan Melander               6         Val d'Amour (4h    Love You - Lizzie Kemp)   Dr: Erik Berglöf   Tr: Erik Berglöf               7         Helacs Falo (4h   Skogans Orlov - Helacs Fonda)  Dr:  Jörgen Sjunnesson   Tr: Jenny Borg               8         Paolo America (4h  Love You - Armbro Voice)   Dr: Kenneth Haugstad    Tr: Jerry Riordan 9         Barracuda River (4h   Express It - Just About Enough)   Dr: Lutfi Kolgjini  Tr: Lutfi Kolgjini      Dave Sanders

One of the best fields in recent years has fought its way through to the final of the Grand Prix de l’UET to be held at Solvalla on Sunday. Despite the undoubted stature of the race, there is always the risk that either of the great powerhouses of European trotting, the French or the Swedes, will decide that the differing track conditions and travel is too great a hurdle for their stars, especially if they have already guaranteed a lucrative stud career with domestic glory. Many years the best of the crop stay at home, with the TravDerby, or a high placing in the Criteriums secured, when they see a rival in the Euro Derby that looks so dominant – such as a Brad de Veluwe  last year – that there is no advantage fronting up only to be shown to be vastly inferior. The French, in particular, are wont to bypass European events, the status of their own events being more than enough for their purposes, and they are also mindful that the tight kilometre tracks of Scandinavia often do not compliment the style of horses suited to the unique demands of Vincennes, with its undulations and wide open spaces and the need for three or four bursts of acceleration. The French are also rarely presented with a dominant champion, and the depth of their racing is such that upwards of a dozen or more have true claims of the type of genetic superiority needed to succeed on track and stud – which is the secondary purpose of group racing. This year a sizeable group of their elite four-year-olds fronted up, even with the disadvantages of a final on Swedish soil, and the best of the Scandinavians, and a Belgian horse with true championship claims are also in one of the greatest fields in recent memory. The two dominant horses in this Swedish crop, Lutfi Kolgjini’s Mosaique Face, the recent TravDerby winner and Timo Nurmos’ Chelsea Boko, who won the 3YO equivalent of this crop, the TravKriterium are both in the final as are the next three best credentialed Swedish colts who can all mount a serious challenge, Noble Knight (a former European 3YO champ) Indigious and Molle CD. The Swedish Group I winning  filly Your Highness is not without a chance either, although a filly has not won this race since the French superstar Qualita Bourbon in 2008, and she is nowhere near that good. Indeed she was the last French horse to win this event. In fairness to the French, they often have to make a difficult choice, front up in the bike here on foreign soil, or take their chance at Group I glory at home under saddle in the Prix Des Elites held on the same day at Vincennes, and one of the biggest races on the French calendar, such is the equal status afforded monte racing in that part of the world. In Varade d’Hermine (a winner of 11 of 16 and harshly disqualified – to non-French eyes – from second in the Criterium des 4 Ans), Vaux le Vicomte (second in the Criterium des 3 Ans) and with master reinsman Jean Michel Bazire in the cart, and to a lesser extent Vive Majyk, they have three highly credentialed participants, who fought their way to three of the four spots available in two heats at Vincennes a fortnight ago. The former two have great draws too and will be top chances. Then there is a Dutch-bred  son of a former German winner of this very event, (Abano As) who won the other heat at the Temple du Trot, Clint W Boko (the Dutch Derby winner), and even the French admit that this is a horse of rare quality – and he has drawn No 2, a great spot for the dominant front runner that he is. And the dark horse in the field is a Norwegian, by  US sire Broadway Hall, Thai Broadway (the Norwegian Derby third placegetter), who is also one who is suited to this style of racing, has impressive stats and has drawn the important pole position, from where he might be able to exert control. Denmark’s entry Satisfied la Marc (4h Andover Hall) was a surprise qualifier, and has the breeding to keep on surprising. So buckle yourself in, this is going to be a super race. GRAND PRIX DE L'UET Solvalla 2140m  (G1)  Int 4 YOm/f  €400,000 1         Thai Broadway (4h   Broadway Hall - Isabella Knick)  Dr: Gunnar Austevoll  Tr: Trond Anderssen                2       Clint W Boko (4h   Abano As - Vantz Boko)   Dr: Robin Bakker Tr:   Paul Hagoort              3         Vaux le Vicomte (4h   Nahar de Beval - Nina du Beauvoisin)   Dr: Jean Michel Bazire  Tr:   Jean Michel Bazire                4         Mosaique Face (4h   Classic Photo - Iona Lb)  Dr:  Lutfi Kolgjini Tr:    Lutfi Kolgjini               5         Indigious (4h   Prodigious - Indication)  Dr:  Erik Adielsson Tr:   Stig H Johansson               6         Varade d'Hermine (4m   Legs du Clos - Hotesse des Champs) Dr:   Pierre Vercruysse Tr:    Jean Michel Baudouin                7       Satisfied la Marc (4h   Andover Hall - Loving Her Is Easy) Dr:   Svante Ericsson Tr:    Markus B Svedberg                8         Chelsea Boko (4h   Chocolatier - Kelsea Boko)  Dr:  Jorma Kontio Tr:    Timo Nurmos                9         Your Highness (4m   Chocolatier - La Belle Lady)  Dr:  Björn Goop Tr:    Ulf Stenströmer                10         Noble Knight (4h   Scarlet Knight - Bruschetta)  Dr:  Örjan Kihlström Tr:    Roger Walmann                11         Vive Majyc (4m   Baccarat du Pont - Mammy Blue)  Dr:  Louis Baudron Tr:    Louis Baudron                 12         Molle C.D. (4h   Scarlet Knight - Not in a Million) Dr:   Daniel Redén  Tr:  Daniel Redén        by Dave Sanders for Harnesslink.com

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