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Vital RG (6m SJs Photo-Vitesse OR-Indro Park) took the first heat and was second in heat two, for trainer/driver Tibor Hajnal, to be the best in summary winner of the Dr. Jozsef Vecsekloy Memorial (purse 2,000,000Huf, 1800 meters autostart each heat) Saturday at Kincsem Park. Zseneroz (5f SJs Photo-Hitelezo-Witsends Speedy) won heat two in 1.19.1kr and was second in summary for pilot Andor Angyal. Third in summary was Ujrazz! (7m Maximus Lindy-Gyorsulji) that was third in both heats for reinsman Laszlo Kolozsi. Vital RG, shown below, took heat one in 1.16.7kr at 2.8/1 odds over 7.4/1 Villam Ville (6g Beissinger Hanover-Izaville-Endless Sands), with Goran Zolnaji aboard, and 4/1 Ujrazz!.   Vital RG      Zseneroz, shown below, took heat two timed in 1.19.1 and at 4.1/1 odds as he held off the charginf first heat winner Vital RG that was 2/1. Ujrazz! was a game third.   Zseneroz   About the story of the day, SJs Photo (Photo Maker-Sassy Jane-Kawartha Mon Ami) was a great racehorse in the US and Internationally for his developer and driver David Wade. This reporter vividly remember seeing him win at the Pinehurst matinee trotting under 2:00 on their sand half mile track. He then went to Europe where he won the Copenhagen Cup and Finlandia AJO. He bred numerous offspring in many countries especially in the US, Italy, Germany, Denmark, Finland and Norway.       One of those greats was SJs Caviar (SJs Photo-Spawning-TV Yankee) that so far has produced 1,829 registered foals and many champions and he is 22 years young. He was developed, trained and reined in the US by Bob Blanton.     These great horses were probably defined as horses of the poor man, but, they made people a lot of many and brought many smiles to their connections. Thanks for SJs Photo and SJs Caviar.   Kincsem Park and Blodbanken files/photos by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

Saturday’s Kincsem Park in Budapest, Hungary, featured Laszlo Tolnay Memorial (purse 600,000Huf, 1960 meters distance handicap) saw 3.3/1 Vital RG (6m SJs Photo-Vitesse OR-Indro Park) score for trainer/driver Tibor Hajnal timed in 1.19.2kr. \ This 20-meter handicapped winner defeated Ula Kiraly (7m Vioxx SR-Helicon-Awesome Goal) that was off at 3.9/1 and reined by Csaba Lakatos, also a 20-meter handicapped performer. 8.1/1 Rocky HR (8m Roc de Montfort-Times-SJs Photo) overcame a 20-meter penalty to gain third for trainer/driver Balazs Juhasz. 2.6/1 Disney HR (7f Light Up de Vonnais-Times-SJs Photo) was third for Imre Fazekas. Vital RG On February 24-25 Hungary was represented in the Amateur World Cup held at Pompano Park (Florida, USA). Andrea Fazekas represented Hungary and used a victory (pacer Jaded Dream) and a second in the final two races to earn third place in the point totals. Piet Von Pollaert of Belgium and Italy’s Andrea Sallustio took the first two spots in the points battle. USTA’s Mike Tanner was on hand to present the winning amateur drivers’ trophies. Jaded Dream, Andrea Fazekas   FEGAT, World Cup files/photos by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

Racing resumed today at Kincsem Park following their exceptional New Year’s Eve celebration and the featured Evnyito DIJ (purse 600,000HUf, 1960 meters distance handicap) went to 1.17.9kr timed and 16/1 odds Vital RG (6m SJs Photo-Vitesse OR-Indro Park). Tibor Hajnal teamed the winner to his eighth win in 32 starts in Hungary. The 1.2/1 favporite Alexander UR (6g Infinitif) overcame a 20 meter handicap and rallied for second with Sandor Varga aboard. Another 20 meter penalized trotter, Pierra del Bar (11f Abano As), ended third with Balazs Juhasz at her lines. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

Saturday’s good card at Kincsem Park featured the Menesek DIJA (purse 2,000,000Huf, 3160 meters distance handicap, three to five year olds) saw 1.2/1 odds and 40 meter handicapped Zseneroz (4f SJs Photo-Hitelezo-Witsends Speedy) rally late for teamster Mitja Slavic to score timed in 1.18.7kr, He sports five wins in six 2019 starts in Hungary. The 3.9/1 Aronville (3g Calypso Capar-Sereville-What A Man) was second after being the pacesetter for trainer/driver Imre Fazekas. His stablemate and 3.4/1 odds Aurom Ville (3g Calypso Capar-Izaville-Endless Sands) was third for Gyorgy Horvath, and trainer Fazekas. This race has been won since 2009 by some solid performers. Horvath won earlier in the program with 3.8/1 Aurora (3f Frullino Jet-Lezer-Baltic Bet) in the Eros DIJ (purse 400,000Huf, 1800 meters autostart) timed in 1.21.6kr, her maiden win in four starts. Second was 11.5/1 Amaru Shakur (3m Vioxx SR-Bel Dillio-Wired Pine) with Lazslo Kolozsi up and third went to 20.2/1 Angello with Emese Veser up. Aurora set the tempo and held on for the victory. The undercard was led by the Dr. Tibor Papp Memorial (purse 600,000Huf, 2500 meters autostart) and the 1.19.5kr winner was 3.1/1 Zanebono (4m Frullino Jet-Carolla Jet-Park Avenue Joe) with trainer Branislav Mukity the pilot. This was his fifth 2019 victory in 10 starts that held gamely after a front end journey. 4.8/1 Up All Night (6f America’s Dust-Cicciolina Fling-Supergill) was second for Sandor Varga and 12.6/1 Very Nice Pholo (5f SJs Photo-Jasmin Diamant-Sugarcane Hanover) was third for Emese Vezer. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

August 5, 2017 - Today’s Kincsem Park harness racing featured Haromevesek Nagydija (purse 5,000,000Huf, 1900 meters autostart, eight starters) went to the Tibor Hajnal trained and driven Vital RG (3m SJs Photo-Vitesse OR-Indro Park) timed in 1.17.8kr. Vakarcs RG (3m Racino-Victory Va Bene-Diablo Va Bene) was second for driver Mitja Slavic and conditioner Balazs Juhasz. Third went to the Imre Fazekas trainer and reined Villam Ville (3g Beissinger Hanover-Izaville-Endless Sands). The top four events on the program carried combined purse of 11,200,000Huf. Today’s top class card also included the Otevesek Nagydija (purse 3,000,000Huf, 3000 meters autostart, six starters) and the consistent Titan Ville (5g Noir Desir-Izaville-Endless Sands) scored for trainer/driver Imre Fazekas timed in 1.20.6kr over the extended distance. Zsalek Zsolt is the winning breeder/owner. Time To Say Goodbye (5m Maximus Lindy-Jungfrau-Valley Guardian) landed second ahead of Trencsen (5m Ata Star L-Eperges-Witsends Speedy) driven by Istvan Papp. The Kanca DIJ (purse 2,000,000Huf, 1900 meters autostart, six four year-old mare starters) saw a 1.17.3kr timed victory earned by Urilany R (4f Maximus Lindy-Elegant Lady-Mill H) for trainer/driver Veljko Mazsity and owned by Hico i. Uzsorcsno (4f Maximus Lindy-Hitelezo-Witsends Speedy) was second for Balazs Juhasz the trainer/driver for breeder/owner Radihazi. Urania RG (4f Racino-Sweet Pine-Pine Chip) was third driven by Mitja Slavic for trainer Balazs Juhasz. Older campaigners battled in the Konta Dezsu Memorial (purse 1,200,000Huf, 1800 meters autostart, 11 starters). Race time was 1.15.7kr for the winning Bronsvlinder (9g Castleton Bass-Jasmee Dear-Manza Buitenzorg) driven by Dejan Kataric for trainer Tibor Hajnal. Veteran classmaster Milliondollar Lux (11m Ganymede-Dadaumpa Jet-Supergill) was second with trainer Emil Csordas the reinsman. Orderly (10f Yankee Glide-Dearest Darling-Ultra Ducal) took third for trainer/driver Sandor Varga. Thomas H. Hicks

It's not that Wygant Prince hasn't been a valuable commodity but in recent seasons the harness racing 10 year old has had only one win in 57 previous starts ,but the altered son of SJ's Photo put on his trotting shoes Friday night (June 30) in the NAADA Trot at Yonkers Raceway and turned the tables on those who have previously kept him out of the winners circle With owner, and longtime amateur driver Paul Minore at the controls the former high school coach took advantage of the two hole and sent his charge to the lead when the wings of the mobile gate folded and Wygant Prince led the field by the first stanza in :29.1. Perhaps by keeping a steady pace no one took a shot at the leader as the field approached the halfway point where the timer flashed 1:00.2. First to move was Hannah Miller with Rev It Now but they never ranged alongside to leader as Wygant Prince kept at his work and he was still in command as the field passed the third quarter in 1:29.3. However,in the lane Alan Schwartz, who was cruising along in the catbirds seat moved Ladys Big Stormont off the pylons to challenge for the lead but Wygant Prince was not to be denied and trotted on to a one length triumph in a 1:59.2 clocking over Schwartz's charge. Rev It now faded but hung on for third money. Despite having been lean in the win column over the past two seasons still Wygant Prince scored his 27th career victory and raised his lifetime earnings to over $350,000. And for Minore, who began his amateur driving career in 1994, he scored his 89th driving victory by John Manzi for NAADA

Italy’s Umaticaya (4f SJ’s Photo-Naomi-Pine Chip) at 3.6/1 took Solvalla’s Rune Stolts (250,000SEK to the winner, 1640 meters autostart, four year old females) clocked in 1.10.2kr for trainer/driver Alessandro Gocciadoro and owner Simone Castgnetti. This winner of six in nine starts in 2017 bested 7/1 Gilda Newport (4f Donato Hanover-Color Schemes-Dream Vacation) was a good second in her first start of the year for trainer/driver Dion P. Tesselaar. 12/1 Unison Kronos (4f Donato Hanover-Zegabria Dei-Victory Dream) took third for Christoffer Eriksson, trainer Stephanie Lepetit and Allev. Kronos in her second 2017 appearance. This one is a half-sister to the great Lisa America. Umaticaya The Tommy Hanne (500,000SEK to winner, 1640 meters autostart, four year old males) went to the US import Love Matters (4m Explosive Matter-Lotsa Love-Andover Hall) at 3.7/1 for Orjan Kihlstrom, trainer Daniel Reden and Stall Zet. Timed in 1.10kr the winner was up just in time to nip 7.7/1 Diamanten (4m Adrian Chip-Iata Kill-Ata Star L) for Robert Bergh and Forspro AB. Third went to 15/1 Dreammoko (4m Timoko-Uranie d’Atout-Kaisy Dream) for Bjorn Goop and Richard Westerink. Gareth Boko (4m Make It Happen-Vanilla Boko-Pine Chip) took fourth for Conrad Lugauer. Thomas H. Hicks

WASHINGTON, PA, May 17, 2017 -- TSM Photo Bugger overwhelmed the leader with a backside burst and rolled to a 9-3/4-length harness racing victory in Wednesday's $13,500 Winners Over $10,000 Life Handicap Trot at The Meadows. TSM Photo Bugger was third when Mike Wilder sent him after Classic Banker, who had been hard used to get to the top. The 10-year-old SJ's Photo-Rewarding Wink gelding grabbed the point in a heartbeat and jogged home for Mike Wilder in 1:53.1. Ulf Hanover rallied for second while Classic Banker saved show. The hard-hitting veteran has won 43 of 215 career starts and hit the board on 74 other occasions. Karen Fread trains TSM Photo Bugger, who extended his career bankroll to $661,338, for owner/breeder Ted Tomson. It was one of three victories on the 12-race card for Wilder. Live racing at The Meadows resumes Saturday, when the Preakness Day card features three divisions of a $146,628 Pennsylvania Sires Stake for 3-year-old colt and gelding trotters. Special post time is 11:25 AM. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

WASHINGTON, PA, Jan. 28, 2017 -- TSM Photo Bugger, a perennial fan favorite who had struggled recently when facing elite harness racing company at The Meadows, ended his frustration Saturday when he pulled off a 14-1 upset in the $20,000 Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Trot. TSM Photo Bugger had performed well in conditioned races but last won a Preferred event more than 11 months ago. That all changed Saturday when the 10-year-old SJ's Photo-Rewarding Wink gelding followed live cover, swung wide through the sloppy stretch and triumphed for Mike Wilder in 1:56. Trustworthy Kid shot the Lightning Lane for second, 2-3/4 lengths back, while Barn Girl, the only mare in the field, lacked racing room and settled for show. Karen Fread trains TSM Photo Bugger, who now boasts $629,667 in career earnings, for owner/breeder Ted Tomson. Aaron Merriman piloted three winners on the 12-race card while Dan Rawlings and trainer Dirk Simpson teamed for a pair of victories. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

In the first race on the Monday harness racing card of August 29 at Plainridge Park in Massachusetts, if one was to wager on a horse because they liked its name, it's a good bet they'd have wagered on Trotalot, an accomplished 9-year old altered son of SJ's Photo. And for those game individuals who did, they would be raking in the profits because Trotalot won the trotting contest in the eastern region of the CKG Billings Amateur Driving Series. Bob "the Headhunter" Hechkoff, an executive recruiter by trade, was at the controls when Trotalot took the lead from the pole position and led the field throughout winning the race in a time of 1:56.4. But that triumph didn't come easy especially when Just Like Lloyd and driver"Bay State Bob" Kenney came calling at the end of the mile. Trotalot and Just Like Lloyd matched stride for stride in the deep stretch but Hechkoff's charge prevailed, albeit by a long neck. "I heard Bob's (Kenney) trotter coming at us and gaining slowly but thankfully they ran out of racetrack," Hechkoff said. Third place went to Shelikescandy in rein to "Buffalo Bob" Davis. Trotalot paid $4.00 for win which was the trotter's fifth victoryof the season and 23rd of the gelding's career. He's owned by RBH Ventures and Kyle Spagnola and trained by Spagnola. For Hechkoff, it marked his 10th seasonal driving victory and 87th of his amateur career. Next Billings action will be in the Midwest region over the five-eighths mile track at Scioto Downs in Columbus, Ohio on Saturday, September 3rd. John Manzi

TSM Photo Bugger moved first over to gain better position, then brushed again in the lane to capture Wednesday's harness racing $13,500 Winners Over $10,000 Life Trot at The Meadows. TSM Photo Bugger was third down the backside when Aaron Merriman sent him after the leader, Lady's Dude. When the pocket-sitting Classicality gapped, TSM Photo Bugger slipped into the two hole and kept the pressure on. The 9-year-old SJ's Photo-Rewarding Wink gelding overpowered Lady's Dude in the stretch, downing him by a length in a career-best 1:52.4. Classicality saved show. Jan Fread trains TSM Photo Bugger, who now boasts $591,470 in lifetime earnings, for owner/breeder Ted Tomson. Tony Hall piloted three winners on the 13-race card. Live racing at The Meadows resumes Friday with a special post time of 5 PM. The program features two stakes for 3-year-old filly pacers: a $161,760 Pennsylvania Sires Stake and an $80,000 PA Stallion Series event. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

At Farjestad on Friday the Folke Hjalmarssons for 100,000SEK (US$11,873) to the winner (2140 meters autostart, ten starters) went to Trinity Zet and driver Orjan Kihlstrom. Off at 6.3/1 this five year-old daughter of SJ’s Photo-Kleo Zet-Angus Hall is trained by Daniel Reden for Stall Zet. She recorded victory in her first 2016 appearance and her sixth lifetime in 25 starts. Roses Glory (5f Yankee Glide-Spring Gala-Self Possessed was second for trainer/driver Veljo Heiskanen and third went to Star di Poggio (5f Conway Hall-Glory de Poggio-Viking Kronos) and driver Kenneth Haugstad. On the same card, the featured Prins Carl Philips Jubileumspokal (1640 meters autostart, 250,000SEK to the winner, ten starters) went to US import Propulsion at 1.9/1 odds for driver Orjan Kihlstrom. Daniel Reden also trains this one for Stall Zet, as Propulsion secured his first 2016 victory in his initial start. He won three times in Europe after winning twice at the Meadowlands in July 2015. The five year-old son of Muscle Hill-Danae-Andover Hall now has 12 wins in 25 career starts for earnings of 1,032,583SEK. Je t’Aime Express (5g Symphonic Hanover-Je t’Aime Marron-Sugarcane Hanover) was second for trainer/driver Peter Untersteiner with third to Fire To The Rain (5g Yankee Glide-Adelaide Hall-Conway Hall) for driver Ulf Ohlsson. The Friday evening Quinte+ (jackpot €3.75 million) at Paris-Vincennes was the €52,000 purse Prix Maia over 2850 meters with 18 mares at the start. The 1.12.6kr timed winner was 33/1 outside Violine Mourotaise (7f Le Retour-Mourotaise) with Matthieu Abrivard teaming. 2.9/1 Verzee Carisaie (7f Ni Ho Ped d’Ombree-Harmonie Carisaie) was second for Eric Raffin and 23/1 Victoire de Levres (7f Lontzac-Eve Liria) ended third for Franck Nivard, ahead of the 3/2 favorite Akayama (6f Prodigious-Hirosaka) and David Thomain. Three year-old females also battled on Friday evening in the Prix Alcyone (purse €36,000, 2200 meters, 14 starters) on the petite piste. The 1.16.3kr timed victory went to 9/10 favorite Dobra Droga (3f Goetmals Wood-Oublies Moi) with Franck Nivard aboard. Fabrice Souloy trains the Hodij Coatings BV owned trotter. 6.2/1 Deesse Port (3f Uniclove-Maria Port) rallied up to be second for trainer/driver Thierry Duvaldestin and 24/1 Danseuse For Ever (3f Rodrigo Jet-Union du Plaisir) held third for reinsman Matthieu Abrivard. Thomas H. Hicks

The Hippodrome Cordemais featured Prix Bernard Babin (purse €35,000, 2825 meters, 16 European entrants) today went to 3.8/1 Aristocrat Boko (9g From Above-Big Blue Kitten) for harness racing teamster Domink Locqueneux, trainer Robert Bergh and Stall HGS. 4.2/1 Super Ariel (7f Super Arnie-Qrika Lep) was second for Mathieu Abrivard and third was even-money favorite Vacate Money (7g Prodigious-Making Money) that overcame a 25 meter handicap for driver Jean-Philippe Dubois, trainer Philippe Moulin and Ecurie Victoria Dreams. The winner was clocked in 1.15.6kr. Today’s Hippodromo Son Pardo (Spain Majorca) feature was the €6,000 purse, 2650 meters autostart, nine starters) Premi Bordeaux-Boscat Espagne. The 1.16.7kr timed winner was the 0.5/1 odds, €376,000 career earner Quarass Rose (12g Tarass Boulba-Ugada) for driver Antonio Tur Rosello. 12/1 Rambo de Morgane (11m Jasmin de Flore-Jorka de Morgane) was second for Antonio Frontera Pacori and third was earned by 5.6/1 Show d’Hermes (10g Tenor de Baune-Gardaia de Tolonay) reined by Patrick-Joel PascuelLavarchy The Cagnes-sur-Mer featured Prix de Badoue (purse €32,000, 1609 meters autostart, 14 European starters) went to the 1.12.3kr timed, 5.9/1 odds Oncle Photo VI (8g SJ’s Photo-Balalaica SLM) for driver Federico Esposito, trainer H.E. Bondo and Ecurie Wave SRL. 7.6/1 By Air (9g From Above-Come Fly With Me) finished second for Y-A Briand, trainer Guillaune-Richard Huguet and owner Stall Table609. 2.4/1 favorite Rico Follo (8g Gentle Star-Effi Follo) landed third for Bjorn Goop, trainer Svante Bath and AB Torp OCH Smahus, the owner. The Prix de Naples (purse €16,000, 1609 meters autostart, 14 European starters) went to 4.3/1 SHT’s Playmate (10f Gigant Neo-Lindy’s Opal) for Stephane Cingland and owner/trainer Guillaume-Richard Huguet. 37/1 Sirius Atao (10g Ulf d’Ombree-Melodie) was a close second for Nicolas Mourot and owner/trainer Jean Uroz. 4.7/1 Utopiste (8g Offshore Dream-Kilibisa) was third for J-Ch Feron and trainer J-P Ensch. The winner was clocked in 1.12.9kr. 4/5 favorite Reine du Zack (6f Zinzan Brooke Tur-Giulia Grif) with trainer Marco Smorgon driving took the €25,000 Prix de Pise over 1609 meters autostart. Ten European registered trotters contested this event and the 1.12.2kr timed winner defeated 2.7/1 Azalee d’Azur (6f Land du Coglais-Mareva de Sulpice) handled by Stephane Cingland, also trainer. Third went to 62/1 A Queen Of Glory (6f Kaisy Dream-Ladora Deta) and driver Nicolas Ensch for trainer Mme. Ruth Orfala Calafat. 4/5 favorite Rum E Coca Day (6m Brad’s Photo-Ula) took the 25,000 Prix de Bologne over 1609 meters autostart on this day when many races were contested over the sprinter distance, setting up for the Grand Criterium de Vitesse on Sunday. Roberto Vecchione teamed this winner, timed in 1,13,3kr, for trainer Holger Ehlert and owner Scuderia Paggetti Gabriele. 3.5/1 More Caviar (6m Mr. Pine Chip-More Impulse) landed second for Bjorn Goop, trainer Arnold J. Mollema and Draviet Stable of Holland. 12/1 Amadeus des Obeaux (6g Rocklyn-Leila) finished third for trainer/driver David Bekaert and Ecurie Jaeckin. This days’ Quinte+ on the gallop went to the primarily trotter owned (Louis Baudron) and trained (Jean Baudron) Love Spirit, a GB registered runner, that captured the Prix de la Seine et Marne for a purse of €52,000 over 1200 meters. The handicap race had 16 participants. The Q+ exact order payoff (without the jackpot) was €52,056 for a €2 wager. Thomas H. Hicks

TSM Photo Bugger followed live cover and roared through the lane to capture his second straight harness racing victory in Wednesday's $22,500 Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Trot at The Meadows. TSM Photo Bugger was fourth down the backside when Mike Wilder tipped him off the cones to follow the first-over I Know My Chip, who grabbed the lead at the top of the stretch. TSM Photo Bugger zipped by him and held off the late charge of Trustworthy Kid to down him by a neck in 1:54. I Know My Chip saved show. Jan Fread trains TSM Photo Bugger, a 9-year-old SJ's Photo-Rewarding Wink gelding who now boasts $572,436 in career earnings, for owner/breeder Ted Tomson. Eric Goodell, Aaron Merriman, Dave Palone, Jim Pantaleano and Wilder each notched a pair of victories on the 15-race card. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino      

TSM Photo Bugger grabbed the lead with a determined first-over bid, then dug in late to capture Wednesday's $22,500 harness racing Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Trot at The Meadows. TSM Photo Bugger was fourth down the backside when Mike Wilder sent him after the leader, I Know My Chip. The 9-year-old SJ's Photo-Rewarding Wink gelding wore down I Know My Chip but was all out to hold off the wide rally of Trustworthy Kid, who fell a nose short. Rompaway Galaxy earned dhow. Winning time was 1:56.1. Jan Fread trains TSM Photo Bugger, who now boasts $561,186 in career earnings, for owner/breeder Ted Tomson. It was one of five wins on the 15-race card for Wilder. Evan Pattak

January 7, 2016 - Today’s Quinte+ (jackpot €3 million) was at Paris-Vincennes, the Prix Hersilie (Gr. III, purse €90,000, 2100 meters autostart, European eligibles), and 2/1 Aubrion du Gers (6g Memphis du Rib-J’Arrive du Gers-Baccarat du Pont) took victory with ease timed in 1.11.1kr for owner/trainer/driver J-M Bazire. The eight length winner bested 13/1 Air Frame (6f Scarlet Knight-Sunset Kosmos-SJ’s Photo) handled by Bjorn Goop. Ronny Kuiper trains Air Frame for Stefan Melander. Third was 3/1 Akido (6g Love You-Isha-Big Prestige) for trainer/driver Franck Nivard and owner Comte P de Montesson. Fourth went to 70/1 Alto de Viette (6m Ready Cash-Mini Ceinture-Dahir de Prelong) with Gabriel Gelormini up for trainer Peter Berycke and Ecurie Masus with fifth to 16/1 Sahara Fairytale (7f Viking Kronos-Sahara Shadow-Graduate Student) for Christophe Martens, trainer Vincent Martens and Manocap AB. A winning €2 ticket, excluding jackpot, returned €9,700. Cayenne de Houelle (4f Scipion du Goutier-Imina de la Frette-Carpe Diem) took the Prix de Douai (purse €38,000, 2700 meters, four year-old female starters) timed in 1.15.8kr at 12/1 odds. Pierre Vercruysse teamed the winner for trainer Franck Leblanc and owner Gerard Leblanc. Even-money favorite Charmeuse Royale (4f Duc de Jiel-Lea Royale-Capitole) finished second for Mathieu Abrivard, also trainer, for owner L-D-M Abrivard. 18/1 Clef de Fa (4f Fleuron Perrine-Rivendell) was third for Alexandre Abrivard driving for trainer Mathieu Abrivard. At Berlin-Mariendorf this day was the Prix d’Oberstdorf (purse €5,000, 1900 meters autostart, 11 starters) and the 1.17.9kr winner in the snow was 4/5 favorite Replay Diamant (4f SJ’s Photo-Jeansandatshirt) for driver/trainer Michael Nimczyk and owner St.MS Diamanten. 6.2/1 Herbie Dot (4g Here Comes Joey-Happy Go Lucky) was a close second for trainer/driver Manfred Zwiener with third to 6.4/1 Otti (6f Diamond Way-Victory Serenade). Michael Nimczyk scored a driving double later in the card teaming 2.2/1 Skyfall (4g Kings Best-Snow Lady-Vision) to victory in the €5,000 Prix Richard Freitag over 1900 meters autostart. Timed in 1.16.9kr this Nimczyk driven winner is owned by Ulrich Mommert. Thomas H. Hicks

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