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CHESTER, PA - TW Lauxmont, taking a big step up in class upon coming to Harrah's Philadelphia from Pocono, nonetheless made it two straight harness racing victories in winning the $13,600 featured trot on Thursday afternoon at Harrah's Philadelphia. Trainer/driver Tom Jackson put the victorious altered son of Oh So White in play early, securing a pocket tuck behind favored Grapple Hanover, who overcame the outside post eight to put up fractions of :27.2, :56.3, and 1:24.4. At the last-named station the pacesetter was joined by first-over Macmorris Hanover, who battled hard and went to the lead in the stretch, only to see Jackson rally up the inside with TW Lauxmont to take a neck victory over him in 1:54.3, just a tick behind the mark he set at Pocono for owner LCT Stable. There were also a pair of $11,600 trots for the fast-class seasoned performers in the sub-feature category, In one, the Yankee Glide gelding Max imitated TW Lauxmont by winning just a fifth shy of a recent recordtaking Pocono mile while winning in 1:53.3 staying safe over Tight Lines late in 1:53.3. Yannick Gingras drove the winner, who led from the quarter onward, as he raised his bankroll to $199,600 for trainer Ron Burke and the ownership of Burke Racing Stable LLC, Weaver Bruscemi LLC and Frank Baldachino. The other subfeature trot saw the Muscle Mass gelding Clive Bigsby lower his record to 1:52.4 in posting his second straight win. "Clive" grabbed the early lead, yielded it to Winning Shadow to sit the pocket, then wheeled out an eighth of a mile from home and easily overtook the leader for driver Dexter Dunn, trainer Jim Campbell, and Runthetable Stables while raising his lifetime earnings to $283,450. From the PHHA / Harrah's Philadelphia

WILKES-BARRE, PA - Boots N Chains overcame a first-over trip to win the $12,800 harness racing feature for high-priced claiming trotters Tuesday afternoon at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono, a race where the top seven finishers were within two lengths of each other at the wire. The Yankee Glide gelding Boots N Chains plugged along relentlessly out in the air, proving to have enough to defeat closer CR Blazin Beauty by a half-length in 1:55.2, with favored pacesetter Striking Encore just another neck behind. Daniel Dube drove the career winner of $365,976 for trainer Brandon Todd and owner Belrose Standard LLC.   The Tuesday card also features four $10,400 events for two-year-olds, with David Miller victorious in both pacing features - although he had to share one. In the pacing colt contest, Miller had the impeccably-bred (Always B Miki - Shebestingin) baby Perfect Sting on the lead in his purse bow, with the Sweet Lou - Faster Faster colt Myboysweetmax coming at him from the pocket late, and at the end of the 1:53 mile, the camera could not separate the two, with both taking new marks. Perfect Sting is trained by Joe Holloway for Brittany Farms LLC and Val D'Or Farms, while Mysweetboymax was driven by Matt Kakaley for trainer Sam DePinto and owners Robert and Brandon Horowitz. Miller actually had an easier time in the filly pace, with the pocketsitting Somebeachsomewhere - Fit To Frame miss Fire Start Hanover able to go by pacesetter Odds On Whitney by 1½ lengths in 1:53 - even though Fire Start Hanover was 17-1 and Odds On Whitney was 1-9. Trainer Nifty Norman saw his pupil break her maiden and take a new mark for the Pinske Stables, David Hoese, and Lawrence Means. On the trotting side, driver Kakaley and trainer Norman, also winners on the pace, tasted additional victory. Kakaley, top driver on the card with four wins, won the filly event with the Father Patrick - Noble Miss filly Diffident, who rolled on the engine to a 6½ length victory in her purse debut while posting a new record of 1:57.2 for trainer Ã…ke Svanstedt and the S R F Stable. The colt winner had an even bigger margin - over twice as much, with the Cantab Hall - Jolie De Vie gelding Jack Fire leaving his rivals 14 lengths in arrears at the end of a 1:56.3 mile. Jack Fire overcame the outside post nine to run his record to 3-2-1-0 and take a new mark for Nifty Norman and the partnership of the Pinske Stables and Curly Tall Curly Small.  From the PHHA / Pocono Downs

Milligan’s School (7m Yankee Glide-Tori Ann-SJs Photo) took today’s Arjangs Stora Sprinterlopp (purse to winner 500,000SEK, 1640 meters autostart, 10 starters) at Arjang in Sweden, completing the course in 1.09.9kr for driver Ulf Eriksson. Stall TZ owns this one and Stefan Melander is the trainer. He recorded his second 2020 win in eight starts and he has a career slate of 25-15-7 in 93 appearances for life earnings of 11,385,616SEK. Milligan’s School was off at 4.96/1 odds. He was bred in the USA by Richard and Joyce McClelland of Ohio. Gigant Invalley (10m Gigant Neo-Fachi-JR Broline) was second for Gunnar Austevoll and third went to Sorbet (9m Super Photo Kosmos-Altar Bound-Supergill) handled by Orjan Kihlstrom for trainer Daniel Reden. Milligan’s School  On the card was also the Hall Of Fame Bronsdivision (110,000SEK to the winner, 3140 meters autostart, 12 starters) and Vagabond Bi (6g Varenne-Felicity Bi-Toss Out) scored for Ulf Ohlsson and ttrainer David Persson. Randemar RD (6g Love You) and Enzo AM (6g Scarlet Knight) trailed the winner. ATG, Maharajah files/photos by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Trois-Rivieres, QC - The aptly named harness racing trotter, Ice O Late, had no issues being quarantined during the pandemic and has emerged as the horse to beat at the Hippodrome 3R on Sunday. Ice O Late headlines the third race Preferred Trot at H3R and comes into the race off an impressive 2:01 triumph last week in his first start of the 2020 season. With Francis Picard in the sulky for trainer and co-owner Luc Chouinard, Ice O Late closed from fifth place last week to win with ease by three and one-quarter lengths. He starts from post three on Sunday. Chouinard co-owns Ice O Late, an eight-year-old gelding by Yankee Glide with Daniel Lamarre. Hoping to pull off an upset will be Rideau Carleton invader, Keepall (post 5), Holiday Party (post 4) and Voodoo Man (post 2). The first two-year-old pari-mutuel race takes place Sunday with the second race pace for colts and fillies. Too Soon BG, a son of Betterthancheddar, has won both of his early "baby" races, the fastest last week in 2:04.2 with Francis Picard in the sulky. Too Soon BG was bred and is owned by Gaston Bibeau of Sorel-Tracy and is trained by Eric Milot. Another standout is Platine Alpha from post three. She is sired by Control The Moment, trained by Sylvain Tremblay and will be driven by Carol Voyer. Platine Alpha was bred and is owned by the Alpha Stable of Metabetchouan and was second last week to Too Soon BG. The top mares at H3R go at it again in the Preferred Pace, the sixth race on the program. Last week's return winner, Sieras Rose, is handicapped with post 8 and starts alongside rival Sophies Cam (post 7). Other contenders include Uptown Woman (post 3) and Uno Cincuenta (post 4). Post time for the Sunday afternoon card is 1:00 pm. For a free race program, visit www.hippodrome3r.ca. From the Quebec Jockey Club    

Vivid Wise As (6m Yankee Glide-Temple Blue Chip-Cantab Hall) took the Gr. I Gran Premio Gaetano Turilli at Roma Capannelle (purse 180,180€, 2100 meters autostart, four-year olds and up) clocked in 1.13.9kr. This Alessandro Gocciadoro trained and reined campaigner sat the pocket and rallied to a close victory in the lane over pacesetter Zacon Gio (5m Ruty Grif-May Glide Font SM-Yankee Glide) with Roberto Vecchione up for trainer Holger Ehlert. Third was the Ehlert trainee Sharon Gar (9f Varenne-Geneve Gar-Lemon Gar) handled by VP Dell-Annunnziata. Replay   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUHLnuaf0p8           Vivid Wise As On the same June 29 Capannelle card was the Gr. I Grad Premio Tino Triossi (purse 180,180€, 2100 meters autostart, 2100 meters autostart, four year old females) and 1.12.5kr timed Always EK (4m Filipp Roc-Nike EK-Varenne) scored for Andrea Guzzinati. Four lengths back was Alrajah One (4m Maharajah-Mariu!-Varenne) with Enrico Bellei up and third was Arnas Cam (4f Ready Cash-Nadia Cam-Varenne) for Santo Mollo. The Pr Flamingo OK (purse 13,200€, 1600 meters autostart) at Torino saw Vernissage Grif (6m Varenne-Dalia Grif-Park Avenue Joe) score in a quick 1.09.4kr (mile rate 1:51.66) with Alessandro Gocciadoro aboard. He defeated Showmar and Vanvitelli. The winners’ pedigree follows. Gaet files/photo 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    

CHESTER, PA - The Yankee Glide gelding Max was very strong on the front end in winning the $18,000 featured harness racing trot at Harrah's Philadelphia Thursday, completing a 1:54 victory by coming home in :27.4 in 38-degree temperatures. Max headed right to the lead in front of Infiniti As under the command of Yannick Gingras, but it looked as if he might have to surrender the lead after the :27.4 quarter to the brushing Rubber Duck, the classy veteran who was seeking his fourth straight triumph. However, Infiniti As made a break before the finish line the first time, allowing Rubber Duck to take the pocket behind Max as he went on to splits of :57.1 and 1:26.1, towards the latter call coming under pressure from the mare Kenziesky Hanover. Kenziesky Hanover and Max went at it head-to-head through the stretch, with Rubber Duck making it a competing threesome up the inside, but Max proved the best over Kenziesky Hanover by ¾ of a length in the brisk finisher, with Rubber Duck another neck back in third. Ron Burke trains the winner, who went over six figures in 2019 earnings with the victory, for Burke Racing Stable LLC and Weaver Bruscemi LLC and Frank Baldachino. P L Ketchup posted hot fractions in the $17,000 co-featured trot, but he could not hold off the late kick of the Yankee Glide sophomore gelding Yankee Beast, who won his second straight by ¼ lengths while posting a new lifetime best of 1:55.4. Marcus Miller drove the fast-closing three-year-old for trainer Anette Lorentzon and owner Anna Kristina Lorentzon. Driver George Napolitano Jr. had three winners on the afternoon, as did trainer Christie Collins. Also, driver Pat Berry scored career victory #3999 when he won with Sortie Hanover; he's listed on seven horses tonight at The Meadowlands in pursuit of the milestone 4000th win, and if it eludes him there, Berry listed on nine horses here Friday afternoon. From the PHHA / Harrah's Philadelphia  

The colt division of the GP Mipaaf (purse 407,000€, 2100 meters autostart) in Napoli, Italy saw a 1.14.3kr clocked victory by Bristol CR (2m Owen CR- Rapsidia CR-Yankee Slide) with a front end score. Banderas Bi (2m Ganymede-Isa Grandi-Toss Out) was second and Barberesco Grif (2m Conway Hall-Maura Grif-Varenne) was third. Buena Suerte Bi (2f Yankee Glide-No Ifs Here) took this day’s PR Mipaaf Filly (purse 88,000€, 1600 meters autostart) clocked in 1.14.9kr and reined by V.P. Dell’Annunziata for trainer Tiberio Cecere. The winner raced on the front as she recorded her fifth victory in seven starts in this her two-year old season. Betta Indal (2f Varenne-Isabeau Volo) was second with Rene Legati up with third to Brezzapura Ferm (2f Ganymede-Ozge Ferm-Fast Photo) home third for Gior, D;Allessandro Jr. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

CHESTER, PA - The crowd settled on the right favorite in a well-matched, hard-to-handicap $18,000 featured harness racing trot at Harrah's Philadelphia on Thursday afternoon, as the Yankee Glide gelding Max held off a late charge by the mare Kenziesky Hanover by ¾ of a length in 1:54.3. Yannick Gingras hustled the winner away quickly and forced Kenziesky Hanover to tuck behind him, then yielded to the $900,000 winner Top Flight Angel past a :27.3 quarter. Top Flight Angel guided the field to the half in :57, then increased the tempo to 1:25.2 at the three-quarters, with Cruising In Style coming first-over and Kenziesky Hanover slipping out behind that one's cover. Through the stretch Max slipped up the inside and Kenziesky Hanover tipped wide, with both widely-separated foes giving their all, but Max took the advantage midlane and kept it to the wire. The Ron Burke trainee is owned by Burke Racing Stable LLC and Weaver Bruscemi LLC along with Frank Baldachino. The heavy favorite Hill Of A Horse looked to be in good position nearing the far turn of the $17,000 co-featured trot, advancing second-over behind cover, but it certainly didn't hurt him when the leader, third-over, and fourth-over all made breaks on the final curve. The victorious altered son of Muscle Hill overhauled his cover, Mystical Wynn, by 2¼ lengths in 1:55.2, posting his tenth lifetime win in but 28 starts for driver Marcus Miller, trainer/father Erv Miller, and Andray Farms. Drivers Gingras and George Napolitano Jr. each won three times during the Thursday afternoon action. From the PHHA / Harrah's Philadelphia

WASHINGTON, PA, Nov. 22, 2019 -- Parked the opening five-eighths following an unruly pre-race harness racing performance, Keystone Blade nevertheless found more for Kelly "Sky" Walker and sprang an 18-1 upset in Friday's $25,000 Midwestern Championship of the C.K.G. Billings Amateur Trot at The Meadows. The event, styled as the Delvin Miller Memorial Gold Cup, was contested at 1-1/4 miles over a "good" surface. Keystone Blade was visibly unhappy while scoring down, tossing his head and trying to shrug off those attempting to adjust his equipment. With those changes made, however, Walker and Keystone Blade set sail after the early leader, 3-2 favorites Jazmin "The Little Flower" Arnold and Celebrity Pegasus, a task complicated by the break of Alesha "The Hoosier Hotshot" Binkley (Body Of Work) in front of them. Walker and Keystone Blade finally cleared their rivals and went on to down Arnold and Celebrity Pegasus by 1-3/4 lengths in 2:30. "Tiny" Tim Miller (Song In My Heart) and "Chicago" George Bonomo (Tartufo Lindy) completed the ticket. Keystone Blade now has banked $148,022 for Walker, who also trains the 6-year-old Yankee Glide-Keystone Brittany gelding for Kelly Walker Stable. In the $18,000 Open Handicap Pace, K Ryan Bluechip survived a demanding three-wide opening quarter and scored in 1:51.4 for Dave Palone, trainer Mike Palone and owners J.R. Ryan, Stephen Ronay, Lone Wolf Stable and Collin Ryan. With the victory, the 7-year-old Art Major-Fool That I Am gelding soared over $500,000 in career earnings. Mike Wilder piloted four winners on the 13-race card. Live racing at The Meadows resumes Monday when the program features a $49,290.29 carryover in the final-race Super Hi-5. In addition, the card offers a $5,000 total-pool guarantee for the Pick 4 (races 3-6) and a $3,760.10 carryover in the Pick 5 (races 2-6). First post for the 13-race program is 1:05 PM. By Evan Pattak, for The Meadows Standardbred Owners Association  

Vivid Wise As Wins Gr. II Prix Marcel Laurent November 7, 2019 The Italian invader and 8.6/1 outsider Vivid Wise As (5m Yankee Glide-Temple Blue Chip-Cantab Hall) rallied to take today’s Gr. II Prix Marcel Laurent (purse 100,000€, 2140 meters autostart, 14 starters) at Paris-Vincennes. The race time was 1.10.7kr off quick early fractions (1.06.4kr at the 1500 to go mark; 1.09.6kr at the 1000; 1.11.2kr with 500 remaining). The winner, teamed by Bjorn Goop for trainer Alessandro Gocciadoro and owner Scuderia Bivans Srl) made a three wide brush to the lead early and then was covered by the pacesetting Excellent (5m Real de Lou-Udine d’Odyssee) that held on for second reined by Alexandre Abrivard for owner/breeder/trainer L.Cl. Abrivard. Vivid Wise As victory increased his life earnings to 651,736€.  The 3.3/1 Feliciano (4m Ready Cash-Ravenelle) was third with David Thomain the pilot for Ecurie des Charmes and trainer Philippe Allaire. The 54/1 Fric du Chene finished fourth. The 3.6/1 Falcau de Laurma was sixth; 9/2 Vitruvio was seventh (this a Gocciadoro trainee with Andrea Guzzinati up)l and 10/1 Mister F. Daag was a dq. The winner’s pedigree, all American bred and a 15% plus inbreeding coefficient, is shown in photo. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

CHESTER, PA - The Yankee Glide gelding Tight Lines enjoyed not having to go first-over against the likes of Hannelore Hanover and Rich And Miserable, as he had to in the Great Northeast Series Final in his last start, winning in 1:53.1 in the $18,000 harness racing featured trot at Harrah's Philadelphia on Thursday afternoon. Trainer/driver Jeff Gregory got away third with Tight Lines in the :28.1 opener, then brushed to the lead in front of the stands, hitting the midpoles in :56.1 and 1:25 before drawing away to a 2¾ length victory over Armageddon Seelster. Owned by Jeff Gregory Inc., Jesmeral Stable and William Richardson, Tight Lines joined the Half-Million Dollar Club with the victory, raising his lifetime earnings to $506,246. Fans watching the live Philly racing might have thought they were watching the Little Brown Jug card at Delaware OH at times, as twelve of the fourteen horses who led at the half at Harrah's went on to victory. It looked like that total of twelve would be reduced by one in the $14,500 co-featured trot, as first-over Jack Vernon went past pacesetting Crazy About Pat nearing the three-quarters, but the latter was able to keep the outside challenger on the rim throughout the turn, then fought back in the stretch to earn a 1:55.1 victory. George Napolitano Jr. held the Crazed gelding together for Gilbert Garcia-Owen, the meet's leading trainer, and owner Gilbert Garcia-Herrera. Crazy About Pat went over $900,000 lifetime with his 43rd career win, with his lifetime bankroll now at $903,855. From the PHHA / Harrah's Philadelphia

Vivid Wise As (5m Yankee Glide-Temple Blue Chip), off at 22/1, rallied late to win this evening’s Gr. II International UET Masters Series Grand Prix du Department des Alpes-Maritimes at Cagnes sur Mer (purse 150,000€, 1609 meters autostart, nine starters after the scratch of Tessy d’Ete), the fourth leg of the Challenge Vitesse series of mile sprints in France. Alessandro Gocciadoro trains and teamed the winner that was clocked in 1.08.6kr (mile race 1:50.39). The victory moved Vivid Wise As’ career earnings to 512,336€. The 11/1 Bahia Quesnot (8f Scipion du Goutier-Queen Ines) held second for trainer/driver Junior Guelpa after taking the lead mid-stretch. Then 69/1 Desir Castelets (6m Quaker Jet-Ophelia Jet) took third with David Bekaert aboard for trainer Luc Roelens, 1.8/1 Drole de Jet (6m Coktail Jet-Likely Jet)  set the pace after gaining the front in the first turn for trainer/driver Pierre Vercruysse and ended fourth, nosing out fifth finishing 4.7/1 Valokaja Hindo (8m Great Challenger-Hindo Enghave) handled by Christophe Martens for trainer J-M Bazire. Romanesque was sixth. The even-money favorite Bel Avis was a dq for interference, reined by trainer Bazire. The race time lowered the previous record set in 2011 by Commander Crowe. Timoko won this race three times. Winners of GP du Département des Alpes-Maritimes from 2010 are shown below: 2018 : Un Mec d’Héripré - 1’10’’8 2017 : Timoko - 1’09’’1 2016 : Un Mec d’Héripré - 1’09’’8 2015 : Going For Gold Zaz - 1’09’’7 2014 : Timoko - 1’09’’9 2013 : Timoko - 1’12’’ 2012 : Commander Crowe - 1’10’’2 2011 : Commander Crowe - 1’08’’9 2010 : Ilaria Jet - 1’12’’6 by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Columbus, Ohio--The CKG Billings Harness Driving Series made a stop at Scioto Downs on Thursday, August 8 for a trotting contest for members of the Midwest region and the lethal lady from Washington Court House Ohio, Alesha Binkley displayed her considerable talents when she turned back six others with a picture-perfect drive to score a 1:58 victory with Hititoutofthepark. After settling in the two-hole and smartly allowing Steve "You're Never Too" Oldford and Smart Flight to show the way to the first stanza in a speedy :27.4 Ms Binkley was content to follow the leader. And when Kelly "Sky" Walker moved Security Guard first-up followed closely by Mego Moss and driver Gregg "Fast Greggy" Keidel when they headed up the backside Binkley sat chilly and waited. As the leaders came off the final turn and were looking for paydirt it was clear that Walker and Keidel didn't have enough horse to capitalize. But as Smart Flight's strides began to shorten Binkley's charge began to make a serious challenge and just before the photo camera flashed Hititoutofthepark got his head in front and went on to victory. Two lengths in the rears in third place was Security Guard. It was Binkley's fifth winning drive and the sixth seasonal victory for the son of Yankee Glide who paid $5.20. He's owned by Trent Stohler Stable, Tim and Benjamin Graber and the Hen-Shaut Stable nd trained by Stohler. by John Manz,i for the Billings Series  

The Saturday evening harness racing program at Running Aces featured the inaugural Trout Air Trot with a $20,000 purse and a talented field of seven that included three current track record holders, who were the top three horses in the wagering. Banker Volo (Nick Roland) was sent off as the slight favorite at just under 3-1, while Pridecrest (Mooney Svendsen) was the public's second choice at 7-2 and Silverlode (Steve Wiseman) was also well supported at 4-1. Banker Volo left from post seven displaying his usual early speed and trotting right to the front, while Silverlode also flashed speed from post six and found the pocket and French Eclipse (Rick Magee) was also fast away and landed in third. The early fractions were solid at :27.3 and :56.2 and Bringoverthemoney (Tim Maier) was first to launch a challenge with a first-over bid just past the half, he got to third within two lengths of the leader on the far turn, but Banker Volo turned in a strong third panel of :28.3 to stop the outer flow from getting too close. As the stellar field rounded for home, Banker Volo was still trotting strong and he had nearly two lengths on his rivals. Silverlode had the best trip and angled from the pocket, with Winning Lyric (Williams Hernandez) tipping from second-over and closing late - but Banker Volo had plenty left in the tank and held firm to the wire, posting a solid 1 length score in 1:54.4 for his fourth-straight victory at Running Aces, and yet another high profile win for Banker Volo ($7.80) that brings his career win tally to 40 and pads his career bankroll to $454,353. The always impressive 10 year old Stallion by Yankee Glide is owned by Lucas Roland and trained by Jenni King. Silverlode held the second spot, while Winning Lyric checked in third. Trainer George Reider had a perfect night at Running Aces on Saturday, scoring 4 wins and 1 second in four races - from five starters. A night to remember for the veteran trainer who is a well respected member of the local colony each summer, and competes at Cal Expo in his home state of California the rest of the year. Drivers Gerald Longo and Nick Roland each posted driving doubles on the card. The 20 cent Pick-5 Jackpot now stands at $7,826.37 heading into a big 11 race Father's Day card on Sunday, June 16 with a first post of 6:00 pm (CDT).   By Darin Gagne for Running Aces Casino Hotel and Racetrack

December 15, 2018 - The Saturday V75 Gold was at Aby Sweden in the Legolas Minne (200,000SEK to winner, 1640 meters autostart) and victory went to 1.10.6kr timed and 1.3/1 odds Nadal Broline (8g Yankee Glide-Aimee’s Promise-American Winner) with harness racing driver Erik Adielsson up for trainer Reijo Liljendahl. 12.2/1 Torno di Azzurra (6m Love You) was second driven by Peter Ingves for trainer Steen Juul. Third was 15/1 Art On Line (11g Rite On Line-Lass Fleur-Backstreet Guy) handled by Bjorn Goop for Mikko Aho. Probo OP was fourth for Wim Paal. On the undercard, the Belgium invaders Rick Ebbinge (driver) and Jeroen W.M. Engwerda (trainer) were successful with two victories, the first with Velten Versailles (3m Prodigious-Sugar-Pine Chip), his fifth consecutive victory, and then in the V75 Bronze with Tuxedo Bi (6g Love You-Iberia Bi-Supergill), also his fifth win in a row. Thomas H. Hicks  

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