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LEBANON, OH - Gold Digger King (Tyler Smith) pulled a mild harness racing upset over co-favorite GD Western Joe (Chris Page) and My Hero Ron (Josh Sutton) in Saturday's $23,000 Open I Handicap Pace at Miami Valley. The five-year-old son of Pet Rock, trained by Scott Mogan for owner Linda Van Camp, was making just his second start of 2021 after a stellar 2020 season when he won eight and was runnerup on five other occasions in just 18 starts. His 1:50.1 clocking established a new lifetime mark for the $269, 137 career winner. Smith negotiated a pocket ride throughout the tilt after forcing GD Western Joe to a :27 opening quarter before turning him loose. Page got a brief breather for his charge before reaching the :55.2 halfway point, but was forced to go :26.4 to repel first-up challenger Dojea Gizmo (Brett Miller) in the third quarter. When clearance appeared at the head of the lane Gold Digger sprinted past a stubborn GD Western Joe to secure the triumph. GOLD DIGGER KING REPLAY   The winner paid $10.60 and the exacta returned $35.20. The championship of the annual Tom Tharps Memorial series was also contested for a $30,000 purse. The top three finishers were noses apart as Velocity Poprocks (Sutton) threaded traffic to nip Hamsandwich (Dan Noble) and Thrasher (Kayne Kauffman) in the evenly-matched field of finalists. "I thought I was in great shape at the three quarters, in third over position after three straight :27 (and change) quarters," said a relieved Sutton immediately after the race. "Then he dove in a little coming off the final turn and I had to straighten him up. After that I had to get lucky to just barely get up at the wire!" Mark and Sylvia Evers' Velocity Standardbreds Stable own Velocity Poprocks, a six-year-old by Pet Rock who missed his entire five-year-old season. A 1:51.2 winner in the first preliminary leg of the Tharps series, 'Poprock' was roughed up a little in the second preliminary, but bounced back nicely for this 1:51.4 score. VELOCITY POPROCKS REPLAY   The winner paid $14.40 to his mutual faithful. The exacta kicked back $138 and a winning 50-cent trifecta ticket was worth $302.15. A $20,000 Open II Pace produced another stirring stretch duel between a pair of seven-year-old sons of American Ideal. American Dreamer (Page) prevailed over American Firewater (Kauffman) by a neck in 1:51.4. Miami Valley will be dark on Easter Sunday, but will present 2:05 matinees on Monday (April 5) and Tuesday (April 6). For full race results, click here. From Miami Valley Raceway  

LEBANON, OH - Harness racing driver Josh Sutton scored a Grand Slam on the Monday (March 29) matinee program at Miami Valley Raceway, strengthening his hold on the sixth spot in the driver's standings at the southwest Ohio five-eighths mile oval. Sutton's triumphs came for four different trainers as he tallied with Slymar's Dragon (1:55.1, $3.60) for trainer Mark Evers, Harper (1:54.1, $4.60) for Alesha Binkley, Dancin Anna (1:52.2, $3.80) for Daniel Shetler and Velocity Ian (1:53.4, $5.20) for Chris McGuire. SLYMAR'S DRAGON REPLAY   The stellar drivers colony at Miami Valley includes four of the first six reinsmen in North America to surpass the $1 million seasonal earnings plateau. Trace Tetrick was the first to topple the $1 million mark, followed by Dan Noble, Brett Miller and most recently Chris Page. Tyler Smith is within $100,000 in purse earnings and could soon be the fifth Miami Valley driver to add his name to the list. Racing resumes Tuesday afternoon at Miami Valley with a 2:05 p.m. post time. For full results, click here. From Miami Valley Raceway        

DELAWARE, OH - Trot races highlighted the Tuesday (March 16) harness racing program at Miami Valley Raceway with two Opens and a pair of first leg divisions of the Dr. Dan Farwick Memorial Series. I Know My Chip (Brandon Bates) proved once again that he knows his way to the winner's circle by winning the $22,000 Open I Trot in 1:54.3. It was the 45th career triumph for the nine-year-old son of Deep Chip in his 150th start and boosted his earnings to $1,070,688. He is owned by Brian Carsey, Casey Myers and the Black & White Stable and has been trained in recent years by Walter Haynes Jr. Bates wove through traffic in the stretch to reach the wire first in 1:54.3, besting He's A Herbie (LeWayne Miller) and Sweet Mr Pinetucky (Brett Miller).   MVP Luke (Josh Sutton) copped an $18,000 Open II Trot over Voyage To Paris (Mitchell Cushing) and Setit And Forgetit (Cam McCown) in 1:56. The race was marred by an accident as the horses were turning to go to the gate which unseated both Trace Tetrick and Brett Miller. Outrider Ashley Holliday was able to collar Air Assault (Miller's mount), who was in full gallop mode, shortly after the mishap; and returned quickly to tend to Nyquist, who Tetrick had in hand on a grassy infield area near the grandstand.   Both horses appeared sound and healthy after being scratched, and both drivers continued with their daily mounts for over an hour. Tetrick, however, had pain and swelling in one hand and decided after making five more drives to remove himself from his last five drives as a precautionary measure. The first $15,000 split of the Dr. Dan Farwick Memorial was captured by Kikimora (Miller) in 1:55.2, holding off Shine All The Way (Dan Noble) and Susie D (Trevor Smith). Trainer Chris Beaver co-owns the winning mare with Sandra Burnett. The four-year-old daughter of Triumphant Caviar won for just the sixth time, but increased her lifetime bankroll to over $300,000 with the score in just her second seasonal start. Mr Charmbro (Tyler Smith) went a tick faster than Kikimora to capture the second division in 1:55.1. Longshot Bridge Works (LeWayne Miller) and favored Mary Mag Delene (Noble) completed the trifecta. Trainer Steve Brannan and his wife Nancie own the winning five-year-old Ohio-sired son of Dejarmbro. Mr Charmbro's clocking established a new lifetime mark and increased his career earnings to over $60,000. The Farwick Memorial features trotters who were shy of either six commercial track wins or $60,000 lifetime at nomination time. Racing at Miami Valley resumes Friday (March 19) and Saturday (March 20) with 14 race programs beginning at 4:05 p.m. The Ohio racing commission recently approved a Miami Valley request to continue the earlier 4:05 post time on Fridays and Saturdays through the remainder of the meet on May 3. The only exception will be a noon post time on Saturday, May 2 (Kentucky Derby Day). For full race results, click here. From Miami Valley Raceway

DAYTON, OH - Fanatic (Josh Sutton) and Refined (Brett Miller), a pair of 4-year-old harness racing newcomers to the open trotting ranks at Hollywood Dayton Raceway, dominated a compact field of six on Thursday afternoon (Oct. 29).   Fanatic, who left the gate alertly and cut all the fractions, had a sizeable open lengths advantage at the head of the stretch, but just barely managed to hold off fast-closing Refined in 1:55.3 over a rain-soaked 'sloppy' track.   Sutton got Fanatic to the top in a relatively soft :28 opening panel, then advanced unchallenged through a pair of :29 middle quarters. With an approximate five length margin as the field turned for home it looked like the son of Cantab Hall had free sailing to the wire, but Refined had other ideas. With a furious closing rush the daughter of Uncle Peter made it interesting at the finish by falling just a nose short.       Cash Hit (Ricky Macomber Jr.) garnered the show dough.   Black Magic Racing LLC of Ohio owns Fanatic, who now sports ten career triumphs and $149,432 in earnings. Todd Luther trains the winner, who paid $7.40 to win. Coupled with Refined, the exacta returned $21.20.   From Hollywood Dayton Raceway

DAYTON, OH - Driver Josh Sutton enjoyed a six-pack on Thursday afternoon at Hollywood Dayton Raceway, guiding six horses to the winner's circle for six different trainers. Sutton's successes started in the third race when he scored with Dancin' Anna (1:54, $4.20) for trainer Daniel Shetler. His next triumph didn't occur until the eighth race, but the 38-year-old reinsman captured five of the final seven races. Scrappy Sam (1:53.1, $17.20) was victorious for Sutton and trainer Mike Sweeney, followed in quick succession by Machtu N (1:53, $10, trainer Sherif Cunmulaj), Hoosier Celebrity (1:53.1, $2.80, Ross Leonard), Fanatic (1:54.1, $12.80, Todd Luther) and Fancy Creek Elusiv (1:53.2, $2.60, Chris Short). Sutton is currently second in the dash standings at Dayton Raceway, trailing only Brett Miller. From Hollywood Dayton Raceway

DAYTON, OH. - Custom Cantab, a million dollar winner and the only harness racing mare in a field of talented male trotters, captured the first open class event of the recently started Hollywood Dayton meet on Thursday afternoon.   Sent off as the second choice in the $15,000 Open Trot, the five-year-old daughter of Mr Cantab was forwardly placed by driver Josh Sutton throughout the mile, which featured matching :57 halves. The Chris Beaver trainee cruised past the finish line in 1:54 to garner her first triumph in 2020 in just her fourth start back after a ten month layoff.       Workinitonbroadway (Brett Miller) finished second in the featured mile, while longshot Cool Clifford (Tyler Smith) raced admirably to garner the show dough. The winner paid $7.20, the exacta kicked back $41 and a correct 50-cent trifecta was worth $166.   Custom Cantab now sports 19 career victories and earnings of $1,024,943. She is owned by her trainer Chris Beaver in partnership with Donald Robinson and RBH Ventures Inc.   Racing resumes at Hollywood Dayton on Friday and Saturday nights with 6:15 post times.   From Dayton Hollywood Raceway

LEBANON, OH. - Dylan The Great (Josh Sutton) equaled the harness racing track record for 4-year-old gelding trotters at Miami Valley Raceway on Monday afternoon (March 9), winning a $16,000 top condition event in 1:54.1. The mark was originally established by Another Breath in April of 2017. Sutton was content to allow Insomniac (Brady Galliers), a notoriously fast front-end specialist, to cut the early fractions of :28, :56.3 and 1:24 before reeling him in through the lane for the impressive triumph. Steel Reserve (Tyler Smith) grabbed the show dough. Dylan The Great, a son of Ohio sire Break The Bank K, banked $101,462 as a sophomore and now has one win, one second and one third in three starts to commence his 2020 campaign. He is owned by Burke Racing Stable, Larry Karr, J & T Silva-Purnell & Libby and Weaver Bruscemi. Racing resumes Tuesday (March 10) with a 2:05 p.m. matinee at Miami Valley. Features will be a $25,000 Open Trot, the $25,000 championship of the Ray Paver Sr. Memorial Series, a mid-range $12,000 condition event raced at 1-1/4 miles, and a 5/8ths mile dash for $8000 claimers. From Miami Valley Raceway    

LEBANON, OH. - Miami Valley Raceway rang in the New Year with a stellar opening night harness racing card, a large and enthusiastic live crowd of racing fans and a best-ever opening night handle. The only thing that didn't cooperate was the weather as the 14 races were contested over a sloppy race track and through intermittent night-long rain showers. Highlight of the initial 2020 program was a $30,000 Mares Open Pace which produced a major upset when 40-1 Elysium Seelster (Josh Sutton) wore down Knockout Queen (Jeremy Smith) in the final strides of the 1:55.1 mile. Sutton got the winner away fourth from a two-hole start through the opening :26.4 panel, got shuffled to fifth at the :55 halfway juncture, then moved into second-over position on the outside before reaching the three quarter station in 1:24.1. When the favored pacesetter, My Tweed Heart (Brett Miller), began to shorten her stride around the final bend, Elysium Seelster was perfectly placed to battle stride-for-stride with first-over Knockout Queen all the way through the stretch. Mitchell Standardbreds Inc., Neil Goldstein and Terrance Smith plucked Elysium Seelster from an optional claiming race at Scioto Downs in August for $36,250 and entrusted the 5-year-old mare's future to trainer Zach Tackett. The daughter of Bettor's Delight now sports $181,964 in career earnings including 11 victories. She paid $82.80 in her first triumph in open company. Miami Valley resumes racing on Saturday night at 6:05 p.m. with another 14-race program featuring a $30,000 Open Pace for the best males currently competing in Southwest Ohio. Matinees will begin at 2:05 p.m. on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday afternoons. From Miami Valley Raceway

DAYTON, OH. - The final $17,500 Open Trot of the Hollywood Dayton harness racing meet was captured by Workinitonbroadway on Thursday (Dec. 26).   It was the son of Broadway Hall's first win in open company at Dayton and tenth victory of his sophomore campaign, pushing him over the $100,000 earnings plateau for his three-year-old season.   Driver Josh Sutton was content to get away sixth in the full nine horse field, but after witnessing a pedestrian :28.1 opening quarter, pulled first-over on the outside. Ranging up to third as the field passed the :57.2 halfway point, Sutton continued to inch closer during the third panel and got on even terms with co-favorite Walter White (Jeremy Smith) at the 1:25.1 three-quarters beam.   Despite the taxing journey, Workitonbroadway persevered through a :29.2 final quarter to secure a one length victory in 1:54.3. The triumph was the colt's sixth in his last seven starts and fourth in a row, lowering his lifetime best mark by two-fifths of a second.   Ron Burke trains the winner for Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi LLC.   Workitonbroadway   Burke now sports 22 wins in 100 seasonal starts at Hollywood Dayton, good for fourth in the trainer standings behind only Virgil Morgan Jr., Dan Noble and Peter Redder. Kayne Kauffman and Charles Stewart are tied for fifth on the top conditioners list with 21 victories apiece.   The final two programs of Hollywood Dayton's 78-day meet are Friday (Dec. 27) and Saturday (Dec. 28) when 14-race cards will be presented starting at 6:15 p.m.   From Hollywood Dayton Raceway    

DAYTON, OH. - Driver Josh Sutton slugged a 'Grand Slam' at Hollywood Dayton Raceway on Monday afternoon (Dec. 2), scoring with three harness racing favorites and polishing things off by guiding a longshot to the winner's circle in the nightcap of the 14-race matinee.   Sutton started his strong day steering Rockaholic to a 1:55.4 score in a minimum claiming event for trainer A. J. Carlo, kicking back $5.60 to his mutuel backers. Next up was a 1:54.1 tally with Always A Fighter ($4.40) for owner-trainer Clint Binkley; followed by a winning 1:55.2 clocking with Overlord ($3.20) in a mid-range condition-claiming event for conditioner Jeff Cullipher.   Not content with a hat trick, Sutton surprised with a $36.60 winner in the 1:56.2 finale for bottom claimers. It was just the second seasonal triumph in 28 starts for Krusty The Clown, trained by Jeff Brewer.   Sutton was recently named to Team Hollywood Dayton, a quintet of local top drivers who will face off against Northfield Park's best on Friday, December 13 in the 'Buckeye Battle', an eight-race contest to benefit the Greater Dayton Disaster Relief Fund and determine bragging rights for 2019 between northern Ohio and southern Ohio's best drivers.   The Ohio Harness Horsemens Association and Hollywood Gaming at Dayton Raceway have put up $3000 in prize money for the contest, which all ten competitors from both sides have agreed to donate to the Relief Fund, which has been busy rebuilding neighborhoods following catastrophic tornados that ravished parts of Dayton in May; and aiding families affected by the horrific mass shooting in the Oregon District of the city in August.   From Hollywood Dayton Raceway  

DAYTON, OH. - Hollywood Dayton Raceway hosted the first odd-distance race in its six year harness racing history on Tuesday afternoon (Nov. 5), a five-eighths mile sprint dubbed the "Election Day Dash To The Polls." When the limestone dust settled, Snowball's Romeo (Josh Sutton) emerged victorious with a 1:10.3 triumph over Respectable Dream (Chris Page) and Waterside Champ (Jeremy Smith). Sutton left with alacrity from the six-hole behind the gate, but spent the first turn three wide before finally clearing over to the front just before a :27 opening panel. "When this horse is just right, he can get out of there quicker than that," said a smiling Sutton immediately following the race. "But he kept at it the whole lap and didn't cave in, so it was a lot of fun." Snowball's Romeo reached the half-mile mark in :55.2 and tacked on a :15.1 final eighth to secure the victory. It was just the third win from eight 2019 starts for the six-year-old son of McArdle, raising his lifetime bounty to just under $200,000. Trainer Phil Belanger co-owns him with partner Jeffrey Koesters. "I'm a big fan of odd-distance racing," chimed in leading driver Brett Miller, who guided Electric Lad to a fourth place finish in the dash. It's nice to change things up occasionally and require some different driving strategies. I've been in quite a few longer distance races with bigger than normal fields and I can tell you those races do present new challenges that drivers aren't used to." Race Secretary Gregg Keidel has written a 1-1/4 mile race for next Tuesday titled the "Horse For The Course Endurance Test." The $10,000 special event is limited to horses that started for a purse of $8000 or less in their last start. The entry box for Hollywood Dayton's Tuesday matinee will close Friday (Nov. 8) at 2 p.m. From Hollywood Dayton Raceway

DAYTON, OH. - A perfect drive by Josh Sutton and a tiring leader, who opened a lane up the inside in the stretch, allowed Pine Dream to win the Thursday $17,500 Open Trot at Hollywood Dayton Raceway. It was the 7-year-olds ninth 2019 score and increased his harnes racing seasonal earnings to $140,000. Sutton urged Pine Dream to leave the gate alertly from his outermost post position. Elmo Blatch (Jason Beattie), the eventual runner up, also sped away from the starting car quickly forcing Pine Dream to squeeze into the two hole nearing the :28 first quarter station.   A pocket ride continued for the winner through :57.1 and 1:25.3 middle intervals as favored Voyage To Paris (Dan Noble) pressured the leader on the outside, before settling for third in the end.   When Elmo Blatch tired and drifted slightly in mid-stretch Sutton took full advantage guiding Pine Dream up the inside opening for a neck decision in 1:55.2.   Merv Chupp trains Pine Dream for the Chupp Racing Stable Inc. He returned $13.40 to win and topped a $134.80 exacta.   From the Dayton Raceway Media Department  

DAYTON, OH. - Despite an assigned outside post and an overland journey that never got the benefit of skimming a harness racing pylon, even money shot Party At The Banks captured the $17,500 Open Trot at Hollywood Dayton Raceway on Thursday night (Sept. 26). With regular driver Chris Page taking a weekend off to get married, trainer Ron Burke handed the lines of the 6-year-old mare's lines to Josh Sutton and the talented daughter of Break The Bank K responded with a 1:54.3 triumph, her tenth of the season and 24th lifetime.   Getting away eighth in the bulky ten horse field, Sutton was content to travel fourth over through through fractions of :27.3, :56.2 and 1:24.4 before swinging three wide around the final turn and eventually collaring the pacesetting runnerup Pine Dream (Dan Noble) in the final two strides. Tugboat Tuffy (Brett Miller), a 3-year-old son of Break The Bank K got up for third.   Racing resumes Friday night (Sept.27) at Hollywood Dayton featuring the $171,250 Dayton Trotting Derby and the $151,750 Dayton Pacing Derby. From Hollywood Dayton Raceway  

LEBANON, OH – Champions were determined in two popular Lebanon Legends harness racing series on Tuesday afternoon (April 2) at Miami Valley.  Dealer’s Table (Josh Sutton) completed a sweep of the Omar Hiteman Memorial for pacers that were non-winners of two races or $20,000 when he edged Dashing To Da Wire (Tyler Smith) by a neck in a new lifetime mark of 1:51.1.  The American Ideal colt is still undefeated after his first four starts—victories in a N/W 1 race and all three legs of the Hiteman series, all at Miami Valley.  Sutton, who has been in Dealer’s Table’s sulky in all four wins, calls the winner “the real deal.  If this colt stays sound, the sky’s the limit for him.”  Josh was taking no chances in the $27,500 championship tilt by putting the favorite on the engine throughout the mile with quarter splits of :27, :56 and 1:23.1 on his way to the narrow 1:51.1 score.  Seattle Hanover (Chris Page) was just over a length back to grab the show dough. Dealer’s Table after scoring in the Omar Hiteman Memorial final at Miami Valley. (Conrad photo) Dealer’s Table is co-owned by his trainer Jeff Cullipher with partner Pollack Racing Stable LLC.  Red Rose Swan (driver-trainer LeWayne Miller) lived up to her heavy favoritism in the $27,500 final of the Dr. Dan Farwick Memorial Series for more experienced trotters.  Red Rose Swan equaled her 1:55 lifetime best capturing the Dr. Dan Farwick Memorial Series final at Miami Valley on Tuesday. (Conrad photo) The 4-year-old daughter of Swan For All earned $153,260 as a sophomore and has already added $33,750 in 2019.  Miller piloted the winner through fractions of :27.3, :57.2 and 1:25 before sealing the deal in 1:55 to equal her lifetime best.  The outcome was in doubt in deep stretch as runnerup Broadway Mojo (Chris Page) kept inching closer despite a grueling extended first-over grind.  Peggy Sue (Brady Galliers) overcame an outside post draw to rally for third. Red Rose Swan equaled her 1:55 lifetime best capturing the Dr. Dan Farwick Memorial Series final at Miami Valley on Tuesday. (Conrad photo) Brian and Jeremy Eash own Red Rose Swan.   Gregg Keidel

LEBANON, OH. - Another pair of Claim To Fame Series champions were crowned Tuesday afternoon (Jan. 29) at frigid Miami Valley Raceway. Giovanni (Trace Tetrick) completed a clean sweep of the division for male $8000 claiming pacers, winning for the third straight week in the $22,500 final. Using the same come-from-behind tactics he employed in the two preliminary legs, Tetrick was content to ease away from the starting gate-falling in fifth along the pylons before the :26.4 quarter pole. The winner moved into the third-over position in the outer flow prior to the :55.2 midway point. Still in the same position at the 1:23.4 third teletimer, Tetrick moved Giovanni wider yet and swept easily to the lead in the stretch while clocking a 1:53.1 mile. Longshot Star Guitar (Kayne Kauffman) came up with a furious late rally to finish second ahead of show finisher Trixsen Gram (Dan Noble). Owner-trainer Tyler George claimed Giovanni just prior to the series and has earned $20,250 in the month of January with his new pupil. The fillies and mares $12,500 claiming champion Ginger Tree Alexis was claimed in each of the two preliminary legs and raced well for all three of her connections during the series. Following place and win finishes in the first two weeks, it was new owner-trainer Adam Short that got the biggest chunk of cheese by winning the $22,500 final. Driver Josh Sutton managed a perfect pocket trip for the 7-year-old winner, sitting snug behind pacesetter Golden Paradise (Tetrick) for most of the 1:55 mile. Always A Vision (Brett Miller) had the most pace in the stretch but fell just short as runnerup. Golden Paradise held on for the show dough. From the Miami Valley Media Department    

A pair of $50,000 Ohio Sires Stakes will see 16 pacing colts and gelding line up behind the Northfield Park starting gate this evening in round three action of the 4-leg series for 3-year-olds. First race post time is 6 pm, with the Ohio Sires Stakes scheduled as the eighth and 11th races. Bounding Dragon looks to be the one to beat in the first division (Race 8). This Dragon Again sophomore colt hails from the Mike Roth barn for owners Alan Keith and Carl & Melanie Atley. Bred by Emerald Highlands Farm and J&T Silva Stables, Bounding Dragon captured Leg 1 of this series at Miami Valley on May 6 in 1:53, then followed that up with a 1:50.4 clocking in a Hoosier Park overnight. Most recently, he scored a 1:52 triumph in a Scioto Downs overnight on June 23, after finishing second by a head in 1:50.4 to Cinnamack in the second OSS leg. Bounding Dragon has amassed $136,650 in career earnings and $65,250 in seasonal earnings with six wins, seven seconds and one third in 16 lifetime starts. He is the second and most prolific of four foals out of the Rocknroll Hanover mare Bound To Rock p, 2, 1:54.2s ($66,265). Kimberly Dailey and Carl & Melanie Atley's Rockathon is the standout in the second OSS test (Race 11). This gelded son of Pet Rock was third to Lather Up in OSS Leg 1 at Miami Valley on May 6, then captured Leg 2 on June 9 at Scioto Downs in a career best of 1:51.1. Rockathon was bred by Ron Salcedo and sports a bankroll of $186,012 from six wins, four seconds and a trio of thirds in 16 lifetime starts. He is the seventh of eight foals out of the broodmare Pantathlon (by The Panderosa) p, 2, 1:54.4f ($20,221). His half-siblings include: Pan From Nantucket (by No Pan Intended) p, 5, 1:51.3h ($570,801); Rosemary Rose (by Foreclosure N) p, 4, 1:51f ($320,782); Panstakingly (by No Pan Intended) p, 3, 1:54.2s ($64,490); Nip Pan Tuck (by No Pan Intended) p, 2, 1:54.4s ($50,899); and Holiday Romance (by Artistic Fella) p, 3, 1:56.2f ($39,289). Cinnamack, a McArdle colt conditioned by Brian Brown for breeder/owner Emerald Highlands Farm, finished a solid fourth in his OSS Leg 1 division at Miami Valley on May 6, then won Leg 3 on June 9 at Scioto Downs in 1:50.4. This lightly-raced sophomore has five wins, a second and a third in 12 career starts and $72,600 in his coffers. This venerable pacer is the sixth foal out of the Western Ideal mare Armbro Cinnamon p, 3, 1:54.4h ($58,959), making him a half-brother to world champion Fear The Dragon (by Dragon Again) p, 3, 1:48.4s ($1,578,547). He also has half-siblings in Cinamony (by Art Official) p, 4, 1:49.3f ($532,404) and Cndiana Jones (by Art Major) p, 7, 1:53.1f ($115,559) and a full brother in McSinner Man p, 4, 1:52.3s ($54,466). Kimberly Rinker, OSDF Administrator

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