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Velvet Gio (5g Nad Al Sheba-Mind Wise As-Lemon Dra) was the 41.3/1 upset winner of today’s Gr. II International C.L. Mullers Memorial at Jagersro (400,000SEK to the winner, 2640 meters autostart) clocked in 1.12.3kr. Ulf Ohlsson teamed the Magnus Dahlen trainee to his third 2019 victory in seven starts. The win was his ninth career victory in 35 starts now for 2,110,949SEK in life earnings. 63/1 Angle Of Attack (7g Scarlet Knight-Magyare Turgot-Arnaquer) was second for driver Kim Eriksson and trainer Robert Bergh. T he 1.71/1 favorite Ringostarr Treb (9m Classic Photo-Farsalo Egral-Supergill) finished third after being an early leader and then sitting the pocket for pilot Wim Paal and trainer Jerry Riordan. Rajesh Face and Mack Dragon completed the top five. Lopp 10. Starttid 18:20 C.L. Müllers Memorial 2019 (Gr II Int) - STL Gulddivisionen, Försök 1 i Meeting 8 (Final Solvalla 26 december) Mörk anmälan. 3-åriga och äldre lägst 900.001 kr. Körsvenskrav kat. 1. 2640 m. Autostart.333 Pris: 400.000-200.000-92.000-42.000-22.000-12.000-8.000 (7 priser) Plac Häs Distans Skor Odds Plats Tid 1 7 VELVET GIO (IT) Ohlsson Ulf (Dahlén Magnus) 7/2640     12,3a 2 10 ANGLE OF ATTACK Eriksson Kim (Bergh Robert) 10/2640     12,5a 3 8 RINGOSTARR TREB* (IT) Paal Wilhelm (Riordan Jerry) 8/2640     12,5a 4 9 RAJESH FACE Kolgjini Lutfi (Kolgjini Adrian) 9/2640     12,6a 5 5 MACK DRAGAN Jepson Carl Johan (Wilhelmsson Morgan) 5/2640     12,7a 6 6 RACING MANGE Lövgren Joakim 6/2640     12,8a 7 11 PASTORE BOB Untersteiner Johan 11/2640     13,0a 0 3 RECKLESS Söderkvist Stefan (Goop Björn) 3/2640     13,1a   0 1 USAIN HENNA Andersson Oskar J (Westholm Jörgen) 1/2640     13,3a   0 2 HARD TIMES (NO) Widell Kaj (Åsebö Ola) 2/2640     13,6a   0 4 SPEEDY FACE Kolgjini Adrian 4/2640     19,3ag   Earlier on the card was the Final Breeders Course (Two Year Olds, Gr. II International) 2019 with victory to 3.8/1 Kuyt F. Boko (2m Conway Hall-Gala dei Bessi-Yankee Glide) timed in 1.13.6kr. Robin Bakker teamed the winner for trainer Paul Hagoort and owner Stable Why Not. He is undefeated in three starts now for 734,932SEK in life earnings. Pucks Bounce (2m Scarlet Knight-Komigen Pippi-Viking Kronos) was second for Erik Adielsson, ahead of A Good Point (2m Maharajah-Romantic Love-Super Arnie) with Kevin Oscarsson aboard. Several other winners of interest were on the Jagersro program: Niky Flax (6g Love You-Stay With Us-Andover Hall), 1.11.6kr in Silver Division for Johan Untersteiner Dominic Wibb (3g Bold Eagle-Spicy Chocolate-Chocolatier), 1.14.3kr in the Mustaschkampen, his third victory in five lifetime starts Giant Shadow (6g RC Royalty-Turnpike Trophy-Turnpike Taylor), 1.13.2kr in the Securitas Klass I, with Carl Johan Jepson up for Bjorn Goop, his 21st win in 24 starts with seven in a row Shadow Gar (8f Pine Chip-Lady Killer Gar-Varenne). 1.13.8kr in the Jagersro Stora Montepris, for jockey Henriette Larsen for trainer Jerry Riordan, her 27th career win in 97 starts. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

 Kiwi reinsman Matthew Williamson is within striking distance of the lead in the World Driver's Championship in Sweden after driving a dead heat winner yesterday. Williamson is just four points behind series leader Ulf Ohlsson after the third day of the championships was held at Fornaboda, a day which included a race for cold bloods. Williamson had a second early before he deadheated in the next race with US rep Yannick Gingras, the man who became so well known to Kiwi harness racing fans as the regular pilot of Lazarus last year. "It was a good day and I think I drove pretty well," said Williamson.  "We are getting up the leader board now and probably have a chance. "But none of my horses for tomorrow seem to be near the top of the market so we will have to drive them well. "It has been a wonderful experience, there are some great people here and I am loving getting to know everybody. And we will keep doing our best for the silver fern." Nine out of the competition's 24 races have now been decided, and the next five races will take place at Sundbyholm racetrack in Eskilstuna.   by Michael Guerin   Leaderboard 1.Ulf Ohlsson (Sweden) – 76.5 2. Eirik Hoitomt (Norway) – 74 3. Matthew Williamson (New Zealand) – 72.5 4. Rick Ebbinge (The Netherlands) – 72 5. Mika Forss (Finland) – 67 6. Doug McNair (Canada) – 64.5 T7. Michael Nimczyk (Germany) – 64 T7. Franck Nivard (France) – 64 9. James MacDonald (Canada/ITA) – 62 10. Yannick Gingras (USA) – 61.5 11. Rodney Gatt (Malta) – 58 12. Todd McCarthy (Australia) – 49  

May 24, 2019 - Friday began the 2019 harness racing world driving championship with the first session at Solvalla. After three races this day the leading point earner was Ulf Ohlsson with 33.5 points. He represents Sweden and leads Finland’s Mike Forss who earned 31 points.  The race winners were Hersey Boko (5f Zola Boko) with Mike Forss up, Pegasus All Over (4g Syrinxian) reined by James Macdonald of Canada, and Venerdi (5g Mondiale OK) with Ulf Ohlsson the pilot. The feature races of the day were three events sponsored by ASVT Trottex Auktion. The three year old colts raced for 200,000SEK first prize over 2140 meters autostart, with victory to 9/1 Power (3m Googoo Gaagaa-La Vici-Orlando Vici) with Bjorn Goop the pilot for trainer Bjorn Goop. He was clocked in 1.12.9kr. The Googoo gelding Bythebook (3g Googoo Gaagaa-Stellar Value-Viking Kronos) was second for Erik Adielsson. The two filly divisions were raced each for 100,000SEK first money also over 2140 meters autostart. The first went to 6.7/1 MBS Pretty Girl (3f Scarlet Knight-Lovely Face-Viking Kronos) for trainer/driver Claes Svensson and timed in 1.14.4kr. The second went to 3.8/1 Boxer Shrimp (3f Yankee Glide-Decapode-Cumin) with Bjorn Goop up for trainer Robert Bergh. Classic pedigree here for the 1.14.1kr timed winner. Thomas H. Hicks

The V75 Gold Konung Carl XVI Gustafs Silverhast (400,000SEK to the winner, 21 40 meters autostart, 12 starters) was the featured harness racing event on Saturday’s excellent Solvalla program and was billed as the next step in Propulsion’s training toward the January Prix d’Amerique. However, Nadal Broline (8g Yankee Glide-Aimee’s Promise-American Winner), at 4.2/1 odds, went gate to wire this day from post five to score timed in 1.11.9kr, with Ulf Ohlsson up for trainer Reijo Liljendahl.  The winner recorded his second 2018 victory and 21st in 59 career starts, now for 5,814,415SEK earned. Zenit Brick (7g Maker It Happen-Exi Svard-Super Arnie), from post 11 and at 17.8/1 odds, was second for driver Mika Forss and trainer Timo Nurmos. Propulsion (7m Muscle Hill-Danae-Andover Hall) rallied for third after trailing the field for much of the way. He was the 1.6/1 favorite. Milligan’s School. On Track Piraten, I Love Paris and Antonio Tabac finished fourth through seventh. The undercard was loaded with upper class trots with good purses, The Gr. II International Solvalla Grand Prix (12 four year old starters, 500,000SEK to the winner, 2140 meters autostart) went to the 23.6/1 outsider Hard Times (4m Coktail Jet-Tigerlily-Pine Chip) with Ulf Ohlsson up for trainer Ola Asebo. He was clocked in 1.12.7kr for his second win in 2018 in 12 starts. Eldorado B (4m Maharajah-Alexia Hammering-Smasher) was second for Hans-Owe Sundberg at 5/1 and third went to Output Pressure (4g Gigant Neo-Joda Lesdelles-Sebrazac) for driver Jorma Kontio. The V75 Silver Division (300,000SEK to the winner, 2140 meters autostart, 12 starters) saw Chief Orlando (5m Orlando Vici-Muito Bonita-Felix Santana) scored at 11/1, timed in 1.12.5kr. The now six time 2018 winner defeated Disco Volante (5g Scarlet Knight-Glorify-Super Arnie) with Ulf Ohlsson up and third finishing Don’t Mind Me (6m Andover Hall-Peace Of Mind-Armbro Charger). The Habo Boss V75 Bronze (250,000SEK to the winner, 2140 meters autostart, 12 starters) saw the 14.4/1 Milliondollarrhyme (4g Ready Cash-Nursery Rhyme-Credit Winner) score timed in 1.12.1kr. Fredrik B. Larsson trains and drove the now five time 2018 winner. Esprit Sisu (4g Ready Cash-Yankee TL-Cantab Hall) was second for Erik Adielsson and third went to Dizzy River (7g Dream Vacation-Just About Enough-SJs Photo) with Johan Untersteiner up. The other races with 250,000SEK to the winner included the Klass II Final (2140 meters autostart) that Cobbys Olifant (4g Orlando Vici-Peach Penny-Spotlite Lobell) won for Thomas Uhrberg timed in 1.13.2kr; the Diamantstoet Final (2140 meters voltstart distance handicapped) that went to Queen Of Sand (4f Maharajah-Frillan Filiokus-Malabar Circle As) timed in 1.14kr for driver Stefan Soderkvist; and the Klass I Final (2140 meters autostart) that saw Heart Of Steel (4g Cantab Hall-Angel Heikant-Open The Sky) score in 1.12.3kr for trainer/driver Peter Untersteiner. Earlier on the card was the Mustaschkampen Monte (100,000SEK to winner, 2140 meters autostart, eight starters) that went to 1.32/1 odds Assault (4g Weingartner-Northern Gleam-Love You) with Sofia Adolfsson in the irons. This pair defeated 4.7/1 Lorina Citron (4f Niky-Valley Victorian-Andover Hall) for Anna Erixon and third finishing 68.2/1 Zola Wind (4g Zola Boko-Indra Wind-Indro Park) with Jenny Bjork up. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

A grand card of harness racing trotting took place this day at Hamburg, Germany led by the Gr. I Grosser Preis von Deutschland (purse 150,000€, 2200 meters autostart, 13 starters). The  56/1 (PMU odds, 11/1 on ATG) outsider Hesiod (4m Explosive Matter-SJs Sentiment-SJs Photo) scored in gate to wire fashion for Ulf Ohlsson and trainer Petri Salmela. PS Horse AM owns the winner that recorded his 15th career victory in 30 starts, now for 175,718€ earned, 75,000€ of which was earned today. Windsun Farm of Canada (Harkey Harkness) bred the winner. Enterprise (4m Chapter Seven-Shes Gone Again) was second for Carl Johan Jepson and trainer Stefan Melander, for Courant AB, at 4.9/1 odds. Classic Connection (4m Love You-Crys Dream) rallied four wide around the final bend, after being shuffled from post one, to be a closing third, handled by owner/breeder Jean Pierre Dubois for trainer Yves Boireau, this one off at 5.4/1 odds on PMU and 15/1 on ATG. Prosperous (4g Prodigious) and favorite Tsunami Diamant (4m Gustav Diamant) completed the top five. Giveitgasandgo and Heart of Steel battled for supremacy early, could not pass Hesiod, and drifted into obscurity in the late going. Race time was 1.12.1kr. The undercard included other great action. The three year olds battled for a 30,000€ purse over 2200 meters autostart with that victory to Great Gatsby As (3m Abano As-Glide Be Nimble) and driver Heinz Wewering, for trainer Erwin Bot. Two year oldsraced for a 30,000€ purse over 1680 meters autostart. Marylin Monroe Bo (2f Andover Hall-Sweet Home Alabama) took that one for trainer/driver Thorsten Teitz over the Chapter Seven filly Arquana As, that Robin Bakker teamed. A 50,000€ purse event for non-winners of 50,000€ named the Deutschland Cup, raced over 2200 meters autostart, saw Mister Ed Heldia (4m Conway Hall-Lady Heldia) win for driver Michael Nimczyk over Hugo Lobell with Rick Ebbinge up.. Aged campaigners were also on the stage for a 30,000€ purse and the winner of this 1680 meters autostart event was General Bianco (5g Ufo Kievitshof-Zaskia Fortuna) handled by trainer Peter Untersteiner. The seven year old Pine Chip mare Shadow Gar was second for Carl Johan Jepson, trainer Jerry Riordan and owner Pietro Gubellini. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

November 11, 2017 - Ulf Ohlsson teamed Reijo Liljendahl harness racing trainee Nadal Broline (7g Yankee Glide-Aimee’s Promise-American Winner) to a 1.10.8kr timed victory at Eskilstuna in the V75 Gold, with 150,000SEK to the winner. The distance was 1640 meters autostart and Cruzado dela Noche (5m Muscle Massive-Alidade-Credit Winner) ended second for Magnus Jakobsson and trainer Stefan Melander for Courant AB. Third in the field of 12 was On Track Piraten (9g Kool du Caux-Monrovia-Rite On Line) driven by Johnny Takter. The winner recorded his19th career win in 37 outings for 3,533,915SEK earned. The undercard included the V75 Silver Division for 125,000SEK (2140 meters voltstart) to the winner, Cab Hornline (6g San Pellegrino-Perle Mauritius-Hermes de Pericard), reined by trainer Per Lennartsson. Race time was 1.14.4kr and Super Nice (4m Orlando Vici-Flax Avenue-Daguet Rapide) and Thaiger Exclusive (6g Adrian Chip-Lady Exclusive-Spotlite Lobell) were the next two home. The Sparbanken (100,000SEK to winner, 2140 meters autostart) went to impressive Very Kronos (3m Ready Cash-Glide About-Yankee Glide) timed in 1.15kr for Erik Adielsson, driver for trainer Svante Bath. The now five time winner in eight career starts, all in 2017, is owned by Kjell Johansson. Neelix (3g Raja Mirchi-Yankee Bash-Self Possessed) was second for Adrian Kolgjini and third went to Evazan AM (3g Ready Cash-Queen Silas-Pine Chip) for the Ohlsson/Liljendahl combination. Tomorrow at the same venue will be four Breeders Crown SWE finals, each for 800,000SEW to the race winners. These events are for colts and fillies, one each for three and four year olds. A few to watch include Ultra Bright (4f Zola Boko), Candy La Marc (3f Scarlet Knight), Vamp Kronos (3f Ready Cash), Lucifer Lane (3m Infinitif), Cyber Lane (4g Raja Mirchi) and Diamanten (4m Adrian Chip). Thomas H. Hicks

May 7, 2017 - The Vermo, Finland featured Finlandia Ajo (€110,000 to the winner, total purse €190,000, 1609 meters autostart) went to rallying D.D.’s Hitman (6m Donato Hanover-Deedee’s Destiny-Muscles Yankee) timed in 1.09.8kr and catch-driven by harness racing driver Ulf Ohlsson. Petri Puro trains the winner, he the developer of Commander Crowe. This 5.8/1 second choice bested 1.7/1 Propulsion (m Muscle Hill-Danae-Andover Hall) reined by Orjan Kihlstrom for Daniel Reden and Stall Zet. Third was 8.5/1 Twister Bi (5m Varenne-Lorraine Bi-Lemon Dra) that raced gamely after battling on the outside of leader Elian Web entering the lane, and only beaten two lengths and timed in 1.10kr as was Propulsion. Twister Bi’s trainer Jerry Riordan post-race remarked that he was pleased with his trainee that was in the race early and late, held well at the end, and would welcome a chance in the Elitloppet. He said he would likely pass on the Sweden Cup if overlooked for the Elite race and would enjoy the day in the grandstand. Riordan is always a great interview as well as being a superb conditioner. The undercard at Vermo included the  Glenn Kosmos Memorial (€11,000 first prize, total purse €24,200, 1609 meters autostart) and it went to 1.11.6kr timed Love Matters (4m  Explosive Matter-Lotsa Love) reined by Orjan Kihlstrom for trainer Daniel Reden. Next Direction (4 Orlando Vici-Be My Luxx) was second for Iikka Normonen with third earned by Umberto Axe (4 Love You-Ira Furioiso Spin) piloted by Christoffer Eriksson for trainer Jerry Riordan. The Vermo Klass I (€11,000 first prize, 2100 meters voltstart) contest went to the US import Stand Bayou (6m Donato Hanover-Roux Hanover-Mr. Lavec) timed in 1.12.8kr and reined by Orjan Kihlstrom for Stall Zet and trainer Daniel Reden. Anything For You (5g Anythings Possible-Candy Rain-Uno di Jesolo) was second for Hannu Torvinen, ahead for Walle West (5g Mr. Pine Chip-Sweetie West-Spotlite Lobell) driven by Jorgen Westholm. Pete Spears of Hanover Shoe Farms management bred the winner. The sire of the second place horse was developed and raced in the US by Jim Gluhm and he stood at stud in Florida before export. Thomas H. Hicks

April 19, 2017 - 2.7/1 Makethemark (4m Maharajah-Global Naughty-Conway Hall) took today’s Solvallaserien III (100,000SEK to the winner, 2140 meters autostart) for harness racing driver Ulf Ohlsson, driving for Petri Salmela. Timed in 1.13.1kr the winner was victorious in his first 2017 appearance and is now 14 for 19 lifetime with 1,972,500SEK career earnings. 8/1 Milligan’s School (4m Yankee Glide-Tori Ann-SJ’s Photo) took second for Stefan Melander. Richard and Joyce McClelland bred this one. 52/1 Mindyourvalue WF (4g Hovding Lavec-Mind Your Manners-Dahir de Prelong) was third for Ulf Eriksson and trainer Robert Bergh. Earlier in the week at Halmstad, the Yngve Larssons Memorial (100,000SEL to the winner, 1640 meters autostart) went to 1.1/1 Delicious US (8f Cantab Hall-Ipsara LB-Lemon Dra) timed in 1.10.4kr for reinsman Orjan Kihlstrom and trainer Daniel Reden. Stall Zet owns the talented mare that was bred by Lindy Farms. Delicious is a three time 2017 winner in as many starts and has a 27-9-7 slate in 52 career starts for 6,446,572SEK earned. 9.4/1 Take Them (7m From Above-D’Cherie-New Quick) was second for Steen Juul ahead of 8.2/1 BBS Sugarlight (8g Super Light-Sugarsweet Sid-Sugarcane Hanover) reined by Vidar Hop. Thomas H. Hicks

April 16, 2017 - Veteran campaigner Nidal Broline (7g Yankee Glide-Aimee’s Promise-American Winner) won the Romme Sunday harness racing featured V75 Gold Olympiatravet Elimination (purse 150,000SEK to the winner, 2140 meters autostart) timed in 1.11.8kr for Ulf Ohlsson and trainer Reijo Liljendahl and Finish owner Onket Invest. The Olympia Trot final is April 29 at Aby. The 8.7/1 odds winner defeated 1.8/1 Volstead (6m Cantab Hall-Madame Volo-Yankee Glide) driven by Orjan Kihlstom for trainer/owner Stefan Melander. 3.2/1 D.D.’s Hitman (6m Donato Hanover-Deedee’s Destiny-Muscles Yankee) took third for Johnny Takter. 17/1 Rocky Winner (9m Credit Winner-Level Fortytwo-Arnaquer) and 15/1 Dante Boko (7g Going Kronos-Margherita Rosa-Abo Volo) were the fourth and fifth horses to the line. Nadal Broline now has 16 career wins in just 27 starts for 2,220,500SEK earned.   Thomas H. Hicks

March 25, 2017 - Saturday’s V75 was at Mantorp, Sweden and the harness racing featured Gold Division, worth 150,000SEWK to the winner, was contested over 2140 meters autostart. The 1.12.5kr timed winner was Shadow Woodland (8g The Bosses Lindy-Unlimited Sea-Credit Winner) reined by Ulf Ohlsson for trainer Reijo Liljendahl for owners Matti and Raija Pasanen. This 2.27/1 favorite defeated veteran Spring Erom (12m Gentle Star-Springflickan-Prince Mystic) driven by Christoffer Eriksson for trainer Dan Widegren. Third was 2.67/1 El Mago Pellini (8m Chocolatier-My Intuition-Andover Hall-CR Kay Suzie) in rein to Adrian Kolgjine. Shadow Woodland scored in his first 2017 outing and now has a 23-8-5 slate in 58 career starts for 2,717,758SEK earned. Friday night action at Romme included the featured  Olle Jonssons (35,000SEWK to the winner, 2140 meters autostart). Victory was earned by 1.08/1 favorite Delicious US (8f Cantab Hall-Ipsara LB-Lemon Dra) racing with shoes, and timed in 1.14.1kr, for driver Orjan Kihlstrom, trainer Daniel Reden and owner Stall Zet. Bred by Lindy Farms, the winner scored in her first 2017 appearance (previous race September 24, 2016) and now has a career slate of 25-9-7 in 50 starts for 6,146,572SEK earned. For the 2015-2017 period she has posted 12 wins in 15 starts. This day, 11.5/1 Kadett CD (10m Scarlet Knight-Kiss Of Life-Tenor de Baune) was second for trainer/driver Robert Bergh and 33/1 Boys Going In (7g Going Kronos-Namuc-Buvetier d’Aunou) was third for trainer/driver Per Linderoth. Thomas H. Hicks

The Hugo Abergs card at Jagersro was more than that classic on this fine Jagersro evening, The Breeders Course Three Year Old Final (550,000SEK to winner, 1609 meters autostart) went to game front-ending Unica Gio (3f Donato Hanover-Ilaria Jet-Pine Chip) for Ulf Ohlsson at 72/1 odds. This 1.12.6kr timed winner is trained by Reijo Liljendahl for Courant AB and was bred in Italy by Bivans SRL. The 4/5 favoriteUnicrono SLM (3m Love You-CL Brightness-King Conch) was second for Bjorn Goop and trainer Wim Paal for Italian owner Graziani Ceccaroni. Third was 47/1 Urbanio (3m Adrian Chip-Oghelia Blue Chip-Yankee  Glide) with Rick Ebbinge at the lines for JFM Westgeest of Holland. The top three were all bred in Italy. Winning Unica Gio led from the start using rated fractions for victory (1.11.1kr at 500 meters, 1.13.9kr at the 1000 mark).   The program also showcased the 2016 Malmo Stayer Prize (250,000SEK to the winner, 3140 meters distance handicap) and the 40 meter penalized Reckless (6m Ready Cash-Haver- Supergill) scored at 6.3/1 for trainer/driver Bjorn Goop. 29/1 Thunder Peak (6m Quatre Juillet-Nikala- Prince Mystic) took second, overcoming a 20 meter handicap, for Thomas Uhrberg and trainer Steen Juul. Third went to another 40 meter handicapped and 1.8/1 favorite Alfas da Vinci (6g Orlando Vici-Hillary Clinton-And Arifant) with trainer Joakim Lovgren the pilot. Time for the winner was 1.13.2kr for the marathon distance.   Mares battled in the Final Summer Mares Meeting (200,000SEK to winner, 1609 meters autostart, six starters) and D’One (6f Donato Hanover-Giant Diablo-Supergill) scored in 1.11.1kr for Orjan Kihlstom and Roger Walmann, the trainer for Stall Kennys. This was her second 2016 start after a sixth place finish on July 3 rd . Roses Glory (5f Yankee Glide-Spring Gala-Self Possessed) was second for trainer Veijo Heiskanen and third went to Wild Honey (4f Cantab Hall-U Wanna Lindy-SJ’s Photo) for Johnny Takter/Daniel Reden/Stall Zet. Radysin America (6f Donato Hanover-Zagabria Dei-Victory Dream) took the fourth check for Christoffer Eriksson and trainer Jerry Riordan. D’One was off the 1.92/1 favorite and now has earned 8,666,379SEK for the career. Trainer Riordan was earlier in the winner’s circle with Tango Negro (4m Infinitf-Lisetta Real-Lemon Dra) in the Prix Cagbes-sur- Mer 2016 for four year-olds. Bjorn Goop teamed the 3.2/1 odds winner that was timed in a good 1.11.1kr over the 1609 meters autostart course to earn the 200,000SEK winners share of the purse. The Graziano Ceccaroni Italian owned and bred colt earned his second 2016 victory in six tries and now has 1,801,037SEK in career earnings. Breidabliks Nubbe (4m Lindy Lane-Wildgirl Boshoeve-Starchip Entrprise) was second for trainer/driver Conrad Lugauer ahead of Suit And Tie (4m Andover hall-Warrawee Krisp-Yankee Glide) with Erik Adielsson up for Marcus Lindgren.       Thomas H. Hicks  

At Momarken SWE the V75-6 was the Stienlagers with 250,000SEK to the winner of the 1640 meter autostart harness racing event. The race was promoted as the comeback of the 2015 Yonkers International winner Papagayo E (6m Coktail Jet-Ann Speedy T-Speedy Tomali) after a lengthy sideline period. He raced well first on the outer and then flattened in the lane to finish third for driver Ulf Ohlsson and trainer Jan Kristgian Wagler. The race went to rallying Donna di Quattro (6f Love You-Whoopie As-SJ’s Photo) for Bjorn Goop and trainer Tomas Malmqvist. Pacesetter Allaballakaitoz (8g Credit Winner-Southwind Sweetbay-Valley Victory) held for third driven by trainer Peter Untersteiner. Southwind Sweetbay is a daughter of Speedy Beauty 1:58.2 ($45,735), winner of the Acorn at age two, she a daughter of Speedy Crown-Perfect Beauty 1:57.3 ($191.892). Perfect Beauty won the American National at age three and was second in the Stanley Dancer. In today’s V75-6 were Call Me Hanover (7g Kadabra-Chiptease-Pine Chip) and veteran Traveling Man (11m Supergill-Kimberly Lobell-Speedy Somolli). 1.7/1 odds co-favorite Athos de Ludreau (6g Panache de l’Iton-Anais Danyk) took Saturday’s Hippodrome Lisieux Grand Prix de la Societe des Courses de Lisieux (purse €35,000, 2725 meters, 16 starters) clocked in 1.16kr for Franck Nivard. The winner defeated 1.7/1 co-favorite Uno Dancer (8g Offshore Dream-Laura Dancer) that nearly overcame a 25 meter penalty to finish second for trainer/driver Thierry Duvaldestin (this one clocked in 1.15.4kr). Third went to 20/1 Ulhior du Beziau (8m Orsy Dream-Jipsie du Beziau) for David Thomain in a nearly blanket finish with ten contestants within four lengths at the line. Also at Lisieux was the €22,000 Prix de la Communaute de Communes de Lisieux with 13 starters battling over the 2725 meter distance. Timed in 1.16.8kr was the 6.2/1 odds winner Catch One (4m Prodigious-Possession) with Julien Dubois aboard for Philippe Moulin, trainer for Ecurie Victoria Dreams. The 1.7/1 odds favorite Calico Bello (4m Jasmin de Flore-Rosaria Bella) was second for Antoine Wiels and owner/trainer J-P Marmion. 9.1/1 Clara du Bocage (4f Nuage Noir-Sarah du Bocage) landed third for trainer/driver Bertrand Le Beller. Thomas H. Hicks

Yonkers, NY --- Papagayo E and Ulf Ohlsson snuck up the rail to overtake Creatine in the final strides of the harness racing $1 million Yonkers International Trot at Yonkers Raceway on Saturday afternoon (Oct. 10) in a time of 2:26 for the 1-1/4 mile race. The margin of victory was a half-length.  The Norwegian flags were flying and a robust contingent of Norwegian fans cheered the victory by trainer Jan Waaler and owners Tom Andersen and Claes Sjolin. Timoko, representing France and driven by Bjorn Goop, was second and Creatine of the United States (with Johnny Takter up ) was third. Oasis Bi of Sweden and driver Orjan Kihlstrom was fourth and the final check went to BBS Sugarlight, also of Norway, and his driver Johan Untersteiner. Creatine and driver Johnny Takter, brother of trainer Jimmy Takter, had the rail position and with no serious challengers got off the gate first and stayed there though fractions of :28.4 for the quarter with Papagayo N in behind him. On Track Piraten and Erik Adielsson made a three wide bid for the lead at about the :58.4 half and briefly got a nose in front of Creatine. But Takter and Creatine held fast to the lead at the 1:28.1 three-quarters. Bee A Magician and driver Brian Sears unleashed a furious rush at the lead, from about six wide, heading into the final turn at about the 1:57.2 mile mark, but could not make up ground on the leaders. Creatine and Takter worked to hold off the advancing Timoko, while Ohlsson had Papgayo E on the move up the inside. “He came with great power,” said Ohlsson. “I saw Timoko on the outside coming with power, but I knew that I had more. My only concern was Creatine going long enough that we would be able to get through on the rail. If he didn’t last, we might have had a problem, but he lasted. I felt really good the whole way, the tempo in the race was perfect. The horse was feeling good and once we came down the stretch, I could really feel his power.” The rest of the order of finish was 6. Bee A Magician, 7. On Track Piraten, 8. Rod Stewart, 9. Mosaique Face, 10. Natural Herbie. $1 million Yonkers International Trot by Ellen Harvey, Harness Racing Communications 

Tomorrow Solvalla racetrack in Sweden hosts the prestigious Swedish Three Year-Old Gr. I Kriterium for a purse of 4SEK million. A total of 12 starters will travel 2640 meters autostart with the favorite being Al Dente (3m Scarlet Knight-Mollie's Photo-SJ's Photo) that Orjan Kihlstrom will pilot. Digital Frame (3m Super Photo Kosmos-Sliding Window-Scarlet Knight) is second early choice with Per Lennartsson up for trainer Stefan Melander who also sends out Gross Weight (3m Scarlet Knight-Elma Jet-Supergill) with Ulf Ohlsson to drive. The Gr. I Oaks for the three year-old fillies is also on the card with 12 contestants going 2140 meters autostart for the 2.8SEK million purse. This well-matched group includes the Bjorn Goop trained and reined Differenceadaymade (3f Muscle Hill-Trophy Hand-Garland Lobell) and Peter G. Norman's Face'Em (3f Offshore Dream-Tuula Boko-Wired Pine) that are receiving the most attention. Today Solvalla presented a superb program with seven events for money to the winner of 200,000SEK or more. The featured Gr. II UET Masters Series Frances Bulwarks went to On Track Piraten (6g Kool du Caux-Monrovia-Rite On Line) and teamster Johnny Takter that defeated Bon Frecia and Nouvelle Pelle in 1.11.5kr over 2140 meters autostart. Ed You was an early scratch and Italy's Occhione Jet was disqualified for a break. The winner recorded his 14th career win in 59 starts now for earnings of 6,098,998SEK. The co-featured Silver Final for 220,000SEK to the winner went to Magiccarpetride and Erik Adielsson in 1.12kr over 2140 meters autostart. The eight year-old son of Angus Hall-Meadowbranch Magic-Valley Victory is from the dam of Make It Happen and Wishing Stone. The next three across the line are also US-breds, Underpaid Hanover (by Revenue), Dance Photo (SJ's Photo) and Mr. Chicago (Cantab Hall), the latter a full-brother to undefeated US two year-old colt Billy Flynn. The winners of the other 200,000SEK first money events today were Riff Kronos (4m Dream Vacation-Elaine Kronos-Viking Kronos) in 1.12kr for Veijo Heiskanen, Fleetfoot Hanover (7f Andfover Hall-Firefly Annie-SJ's Photo) in 1.10.7kr over 1640 meters autostart for Peter Untersteiner, Coldtown (5g Cantab Hall-Brylin Starlet-Balanced Image) in 1.12.2kr over 2140 meters autostart for Jorma Kontio, Speed Delicious (4m Fast Photo-Ala Delicious-Lindy's Crown) for Robert Bergh in 1.13.1kr over 2140 meters autostart and Caddie Girl (6f Love You-Gatzy Lavec-King Lavec) in 1.13.3kr over 2140 meters circle start. Caddie Girl was reined by Veijo Heiskanen, his second V75 victory today, for trainer Jerry Riordan. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslinkcom  

Jerry Riordan's Radysin America, handled by JohnnyTakter, took the Vilhelm Johanssons Prize for 150,000SEK to the winner. Timed in 1.11.9kr over the 2140 meter autostart course, the winner recorded her fourth straight and ninth in 20 career starts. Lisa Riordan owns the Guida Italia Srl bred four year-old daughter of Donato Hanover-Zagabria Dei-Victory Dream, she a half-sister to Lisa America. Sahara Fairytale with Christoffer Eriksson aboard and Your Highness with teamster Ulf Ohlsson ended two-three in a close encounter. On the same card US-bred Fawkes scored for Peter Untersteiner in 1.11.1kr over 1640 meters autostart to earn 50,000SEK. Fawkes (6m SJ's Caviar-Up Front Peg-Andover Hall) was an open lengths winner over Prawns and Kenneth Haugstad and Kaffir Face with Lutfi Kolgjini up. Fawkes now has 10 wins in 43 outings for 2,714,823SEK earned. No Deal and reinsman Flemming Jensen scored in the ICA Nara Lidkopting Klockans timed in 1.11.5kr over 1640 meters autostart. The winner is a Danish bred nine year-old son of Earthquake-Eli Split-Clash Hammering that was making his first 2014 start and now has 25 victories in 58 starts for 1,476,374SEK. Nantucket was second for reinsman Thomas Dalborg. by Thomas H. Hicks, for  

Ed You (7g Love You-Lancia Brick-Super Arnie) rallied late to score a 1-1/2 length victory in the Gr. I UET Masters Series International Final at Charlottenlund (Copenhagen). The purse for this 2500 meters autostart event was €500,000. Stall Sedin HB owns the winner, timed in 1.12.4kr, that is trained by Robert Bergh as he scored for the 24th time in a career spanning 61 starts. It was Ed You’s fifth 2014 victory in 11 starts. Torbjorn Jansson was the driver today and Ed You was off at 21.2/1 odds Second wagering choice on the PMU network (favored on ATG) Commander Crowe took the early lead for Orjan Kihlstrom and held the front until the top of stretch when he faded rapidly to the end, after being pressured by the Lutfi Kolgjini reined Mosaique Face for the last lap. Mosaique Face (5m Classic Photo-Iona LB-Supergill) battled bravely to the end under heavy urging to hold second (at 9.4/1) ahead of fast closing Canaka BF and Ulf Ohlsson (at 26.9/1). Second ATG wagering choice (and PMU favorite) Timoko, and teamster Bjorn Goop, finished fourth after departing from post 12 and making an early three-wide move that eventually placed him second over behind Mosaique Face. Timoko offered no challenge in deep stretch. The undercard showcased the Koster Memorial with 125,000kr to the winner. BBS Sugarlight(5g Super Light-Sugarsweet Sid-Sugarcane Hanover) took this one for Peter Untersteiner in 1.12kr over O’Grady (8m SJ’s Photo-Dawn Garbo-Smasher) with Flemming Jensen up and third place finisher Amour Rapide (7m Love You-Vouge-Firm Tribute) with Orjan Kihlstrom driving. Earlier on the card a two year-old event went to Clemenza AM (2m Muscle Hill-No Better Kronos-Varenne) for trainer/driver Lutfi Kolgjini and owner Stall Courant AM. The victory, timed in 1.15.3kr over 1600 meters autostart, was his second in three career starts. by Thomas H. Hicks, for

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