Day At The Track

Dreambreaker wins at Le Mans

04:20 AM 01 Oct 2020 NZDT
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Dreambreaker (7g Offshore Dream-Brooke Boko), off at 15/1 odds, was an impressive harness racing winner today in the Grand Prix Anjou Maine (purse 75,000€, 2950 meters distance handicap) at Le Mans, scoring in 1.12.8kr for Alexandre Abrivard.

Jean Michel Bazire trains this now ten-time career winner for owner Stall Oberkracher that now has career earnings of 450,428€. He defeated 2.5/1 odds and 25 meter handicapped Tony Gio (8m Varenne-Ilaria Jet) that was timed in 1.12.2kr and was reined by Eric Raffin for trainer Sebbastian Guarato and owner Scuderia Bivans Srl.

The 3.7/1 and 25 meter penalized Bugsy Malone (9g Ready Cash-Night Captain) took third for owner/trainer Philippe Allaire and pilot Yoann Lebourgeois. 19/1 Jerry Mom (7m Ready Cash-Graziella) was fourth for Gabriele Gelormini, with the Jean Michel Bazire new trainee Ferrari BR (7m Muscles Yankee-Bauxite) home fifth after a death seat journey.

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Dreambreaker powering to the lead in late stretch.

On this day at Jagersro was the Gr. II International Final Breeders Course (purse 113,768€,1640 meters autostart) for two year olds. Chipper Kronos (2g Southwind Frank-Trendy Kronos) scored in 1.14.5kr for driver Stefan Persson and trainer Svante Bath. Second was Chopin Gar (2m Father Patrick-Mind Wise As) for Christoffer Eriksson and trainer Timo Nurmos. Gigi Barosso (2f Ready Cash-Bibi Barosso) was third for Robin Bakker and trainer Paul Hagoort.

A race that had not previously reported on was the September 27 Gr. I Grand Prix Continental (purse 180,180€, 2060 meters autostart) at Bologna that Alrajah One (4m Maharajah-Mariu’-Varenne) secured victory in 1.13kr with Alessandro Gocciadoro up. He won for the sixth time in his career. Amon You SM (4m Love You-Emon Sante Fe’ SM) was second for Fed Exposito with third to Arnas Cam (4f Ready Cash-Nadia Cam) for Santo Mollo.

LeTrot, Gaet, ATG files/photos

by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

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