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3YO PA-sired fillies in Stallion Series action

June 20, 2010
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The Pennsylvania’s Stallion Series for 3-year-old filly trotters was contested at Harrah’s Chester on Sunday afternoon in 90-plus degree weather, and three of the four winners took new lifetime marks.
 
Photo Charm, who already sported a 1:55.3 speed badge taken at the Meadowlands earlier this year, picked up her second win in four starts when she scored by 5 ¾ lengths in 1:56.3 for the team of Tim Tetrick and Trond Smedshammer. The Brittany Farm-bred and owned daughter of SJ’s Photo was on the front end virtually the entire mile.
 
Andovermetreasure (1:56.2), Perfect Photo (1:57.3) and Agenda Tom Ridge (1:56.4) all earned new lifetime marks with their victories.
 
Andovermetreasure, a filly by Andover Hall, won by 3 ½ lengths over Flawless Lindy, who tired after a first-over challenge. Tetrick drove the winning filly for breeder-owner Bob Key. Andovermetreasure now has two wins this season.
 
Perfect Photo, another filly by SJ’s Photo, picked up her second win in two starts and a new speed badge for the Andy Miller-Julie Miller team. The filly is owned by David and John Prushnok and William Gregg.
 
The fourth split went to Agenda Tom Ridge, who lowered her mark in her 14th start of the season. The daughter of Tom Ridge now has six wins for Fulton Nine partners. Yannick Gingras handled the driving for trainer Ron Burke.
 
Pennyslvania-sired 3-year-old trotting fillies will also be competing in Pennsylvania Sire Stakes action at Pocono Downs on Wednesday.
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