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Wiss Shadow (9f Goetmals Wood-Wiss Favourite-Mack Lobell) took Saturday’s classic Brody Janos Memorial (purse 1.5Huf million, 1960 meters distance handicap, 14 international starters) clocked in 1.15.9kr for driver Viktoria Nemeth and trainer Lajos Marton. The Amma i. owned mare from Finland had earned 37.75Huf million before today’s 750,000Huf first prize to go along with her 1.11.39kr career mark. Her dam Wiss Favourite is from Mohegan by Zoot Suit from the Ego Hanover mare Pocahontas. Off at 17/1 Wiss Shadow defeated 3.1/1 Spartakus Ans (g Cantab Hall-Valganna OK-Lemon Dra) driven by Sandor Varga for trainer Goran Zolnaji. 7.5/1 Milliondollar Lux (10m Ganymede-Dadaumpa Jet-Supergill) landed third for trainer/driver Emil Csordas. Passion Grif was a vet scratch. On the undercard, the 600,000Huf Koppany DIJ, contested over 1900 meters, went to Prudy (7f Stallone Jet-Ustione-Sebastian Bob) at 1.6/1 for driver/owner Vito Sadl. Tibor Hajnal trains the winner that was timed in 1.17.7kr and she recorded her fourth consecutive victory. 3.6/1 Zavita Meerswal (10f Good As Gold-Davidia Storm-Quikc Pay) was second for Csaba Lakatos with 4.4/1 Ripley (f Tony Oaks-Emma Boss-Crown Sweep) third for trainer/driver Veljko Mazsity. The 1900 meter autostart Csapodar DIJ for 400,000Huf went to 18.8/1 outside Tiko Time (4m Belami-Golden Zeit) for amateur driver Andrea Fazekas, just back from a victory at Pompano Park in the USA. Ms. Fazekas ralled late in this one and just missed by a nose before being awarded the win on a disqualification of the winner. Imre Fazekas , Andrea’s father, trains Tiko Time. Topaz Lady (4f Ata Star L-Golden Lady-Endless Sands) was first placed second, driven by trainer Sandor Varga, with third to 5.6/1 Red Bull (6m Simb Illusion-Gyongyharmat-Yankee Yankee) for trainer/driver Csaba Lakatos. Race time was 1.19.7kr. Earlier in the card was the Ocean DIJ (purse 360,000Huf, 1900 meters autostart) and 1.9/1 favored Temass (4f Naglo-Delfine Dei-Uronometro) record an easy 1.18.2kr victory for trainer/driver Imre Fazekas. Stablemate Sunny (5g Oncoming Hush-Vivian Key-Crowning Point) ralled from far back to be second, driven by Gyorgy Horvath, also just back from Florida with his wife Andrea Fazekas. 10.4/1 Suzy (5f Wall Street Banker-Astalavista-Gus Lobell) held third in a photo for Viktoria Nemeth and trainer Lajos Marton. Pre-card there was an interesting qualifier that was won by US import Working Out (7m Muscles Yankee-Enjoy Our Nanny-Enjoy Lavec) for driver Pal Vicen and trainer Csaba Lakatos. Working Out last raced in the USA on October 7, 2016 at Freehold New Jersey in a stakes event, that was won by Market Share. He then reappeared on April 13 and 20 of 2013 at Kincsem Park, winning twice, defeating Ollyan Nincs in the second week. He then raced two heats on May 4, 2013 and has been off for nearly three years since. Working Out’s dam, a 1:59.2 winner for US$36,188, also has produced Enjoy Chocolate 1:57,3, by Chocolatier. The second dam Our Nanny (Bonefish-Nan Hanover) produced two solid fast-class European winners, Gate Open 1:57.3 (US$191,904) by Armbro Goal and Half Moon 1.56.1 (US$311,035) by Ulf d’Omnree. Nan Hanover produced US$766,074 winner Nan’s Catch, she dam of legendary US$5.59 million winning Moni Maker, plus aforementioned Our Nanny and Cigar Dan. This day Working Out defeated another interesting performer, Euklid AT (3m Even Better Odds-Echalote-Credit Winner), that was a lightly raced winner at age two in Serbia. Tibor Hajnal now trains and drives Euklid AT. His dam is from Every Inch A Lady by Buvetier d’Aunou-Esther Williams-William Vee. Esther Williams produced Endless Vacation, a US$174,000 winning son of Pershing. Euklid AT’s sire, Even Better Odds, is a forgotten US$178,000 earning US stakes (Walnut Hall Cup) winning son of Cantab Hall-Better Odds-Pine Chip with a 1:54.3 record. Better Odds produced two winners of the Acorn including US$189,000 earning Cantab It All and the third dam is Ah So, that produced the legendary Workaholic plus Rule The Wind and Working Gal, the US$450,000 winner of the Colonial Lady, Hambletonian Oaks and Lady Suffolk. Thomas H. Hicks

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

March 16, 2015 - Kincsem Park (Budapest) has opened its 2015 trotting program with higher purses, fueled by improved pari-mutual wagering outlets, simulcasting signals, video broadcasting and a wagering menu that includes a version of the enticing Quinte+. Budapest is the capital and the largest city of Hungary, and one of the largest cities in Central Europe. Last Saturday, the featured Ezerjo DIJ (600,000HUF purse, 1900 meters autostart) went to 5/1 odds Philadelphia (6g Detroit - Gertrud) with Viktoria Nemeth aboard for well-regarded owner AMMA. Clocked in 1.18.4kr the winner bested ten rivals. Jogging (12g Valley Guardian-Sportlady) was second for Sandor Varga ahead of Amazing Lobell (8f Incredible Crafts-US Companion). The previous Saturday the top race was the Tavaszi Handicap (1,100,000HUF purse, 1960 meters distance handicap) and Overnight (7g Jonas Laukko - Hurricaine) took that verdict in 1.198kr for amateur teamster Sandor Turbucz. Let It Be TN (5f World By The Tail-Crewel Hanover) was second for Laszlo Kolozsi ahead of Vernon Boko (12g Castleton Bass-JJ’s Miracle) and trainer/driver Csaba Lakatos. Stone Capes Judy (8f SJ’s Caviar-Kallasy) was fourth for Pal Vicen, saddled with a 40 meter handicap. On the same card the Henriett Varga Memorial (600,000HUF purse, 1900 meters autostart) went to classmaster Ollyan Nincs (7g Pickaflick - C’est la Guerre) with amateur driver Andrea Fazekas up for trainer Imre Fazekas. The winner was clocked in 1.15.9kr to defeat Orangyal (7f Wall Street Banker-Derengo) and trainer/driver Czaba Lakatos with third to Rose’s La Nena (8f Pearsall Hanover-O’Hill’s Rose) with Sandor Varga at the lines. Thomas H. Hicks

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