Bold And Fresh tops Beatgoeson Hanover in PASS
July 04, 2011
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Three-year-old trotting fillies invaded Harrah's Chester Racetrack on July 4 to compete in Pennsylvania Sire Stakes and Stallion Stakes. The winners of the $65,000-plus Sire Stakes races were Cedar Dove (1:55.1), Celebrity Katie (1:55.4) and Bold And Fresh (1:55).
Bold and Fresh, owned by Don Bartling, who campaigned the filly's sire, SJ's Caviar, trotted past Beatgoeson Hanover in the lane to win by three-quarters of a length. It was the third win in six starts this year for Bold And Fresh, who is trained by Doug Miller and was driven by Ron Pierce.
Pierce also drove Cedar Dove to a victory in that filly's $67,245 division. They started from post eight but took control of the race in a :27.4 opening panel and cruised home 2 1/4 lengths the best. Noel Daley trains the Andover Hall filly for Adam Victor & Son Stable and John Fielding.
The other split went to Celebrity Katie, who also prevailed despite starting from the outside post in the seven-filly field. The SJ's Caviar-sired filly was 1 1/4 lengths the best with Brett Miller in the sulky for trainer Steffan Lind, who shares ownership of the filly with Celebrity Farms.