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Today’s featured Uzer DIJ (purse 700,000HUf, 1900 meters autostart) at Kincsem Park saw 1.3/1 Pan Globe Jaycee (6f Muscles Yankee-Impala Jaycee-Othello Vivant) score in 1.18.2kr for trainer/driver Goran Zolnaji. The fine mare recorded her third 2020 victory in seven starts. The 5.6/1 odds Alfa Boy (4m Racino-Chippychip GT-Defi d’Aunou) was a rallying second for Csaba Lakatos with third to Up All Night (7f Americas Dust-Narancs Virig-Tony Oaks). Pan Globe Jaycee On the undercard the Luca DIJ (purse 600,000HUf, 1900 meters autostart) went to 3.2/1 Adamo Fling (4m Maximus Lindy-Ciccioline Fling-Supergill) reined by Emese Vezer. The winner was clocked in 1.17.6kr for his second victory in seven 2020 starts. Emil Csordas trains Adamo Fling Adamo Fling Kincsem Park files/photos by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink    

Unika Vik (7f Cantab Hall-Nashville OM-Uronometro) took Saturday’s Maria Sarkozi Memorial (purse 600,000HUf, 2400 meters autostart) at 2.4/1 odds with a narrow 1.19.5kr timed victory at Kincsem Park in Budapest, Hungary. Goran Zolnaji trains and teamed the winner that scored narrowly over 1.3/1 favorite Zolta (5m Naglo-Gazza Jet-Supergill) handled by Veljko Mazsity. Third was 29/1 Velence R (6f Exploit Caf-Filligran-Witsends Speedy) with fourth to Betty Evo (7f Orlando Vici-Grant Me Glory-Yankee Glide) Unika Vik The September 5 Kincsem Park program includes three upper level events with the Uzer DIJ (purse 700,000Huf, 1900 meters autostart) including Pan Globe Jaycee and Zitti Tutti (a five time wimnner in six 2020 starts).   Kincsem Park files/photo by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

November 28, 2015 - Veteran Lali Kiraly (10m Baltic Bet-Sandti-Buckfinder) won today’s Kincsem Park featured Betolakodo DIJ (purse 600,000Huf, 1900 meters autostart) timed in 1.19.6kr over a rain soaked course and driven by Viktoria Nemeth for trainer Lajios Marton and owner AMMA Kft. The 6.4/1 odds winner defeated 5/2 favorite Rocket Boy (5g Wall Street Banker-Elegant Lady-Mill H) reined by Imre Fazekas and 3.2/1 Orangyl (7f Wall Street Banker-Derengo-Endless Sands) and teamster Csaba Lakatos. The Molnar DIJ (purse 400,000Huf purse, 1900 meters autostart) for upper class contestants went to the 1.17.9kr timed, 1.2/1 odds winner Sanger MS (5g Victory Scream-Samba MS-Armbro Goal) driven by trainer Imre Fazekas for Pimri BY and Laszlo Kiovacs. 4.3/1 No Limit Angel (5f Going Kronos-No Limit Dream-Andover Hall) was second for trainer/driver Zoran Saric, ahead of 3.7/1 Prudy (6f Stallone Jet-Listione-Sebastian Bob) for driver Vito Sadl and trainer Tibor Hajnal. The winner now sports nine wins for 12 starts in 2015 for seasonal earnings of 2,020,000Huf. The Kincsem Park card also contained the Spring Home Handicap (purse 360,000Huf, 1800 meters) with the victory earned by 4/1 Passion Grif (6f Varenne-Sex Appeal OK-Lanson) driven by Vereb Zsolt for trainer Goran Zolnaji. This Czech Republic invader defeated 5.3/1 Kazein (11m Tripszin-Zsenge-Endless Sands) driven by Viktoria Nemeth and 10.7/1 Manchetta (by Bay Minic) reined by Ferenc Nagy II, also trainer. Stone Capes Judy (by SJ’s Caviar-Kallassy-Yankee Glide) was fourth after a tough journey on the outer. Thomas H. Hicks

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