The 3-year-old trotting colt Cimarron Hall is undefeated in his first two starts of 2010 after a narrow decision over Admirable Hanover in a non-winners of two event on Monday night at Pompano Park.
The son of Tom Ridge-Canland Hall was given a pocket trip by Frode Fladen to score in 2:00.3. Doug Miller has taken over the training duties from Ray Schnittker on the Pennsylvania Sires Stakes hopeful. In his first start back on April 9 he was a winner in 2:00 with owner Maurizio Biasuzzi in the bike on that occasion. Cimarron Hall, a half-brother to $1.4 million winner Cantab Hall, was a $95,000 purchase at the 2007 Harrisburg sale.
Admirable Hanover, the runner-up, is a 3-year-old gelding by Cantab Hall-Almost An Angel trained by Jan Johnson. (Pompano)