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Chris Page has hot hand in Scioto features

June 18, 2010
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Driver Chris Page showed why he's the defending champion driver at Scioto Downs as he captured three of the track's four features on Thursday night.
 
Page drove the winners of both divisions of the Floating Dream Series and added a division of the Steamin' Demon Series.
 
He scored an easy with with Cb Sammy Suit in the opening division of the third leg of the Floating Dream. He sent the favored filly to the front and guided her to an easy 1:57.1 triumph for owner-trainer Steve Carter. She had 2-3/4 lengths on Steady Noire while Wildfire Princess was well back in third.
 
The second Floating Dream split went to Page and Southwind Rah Rah, but in this win Page reserved his horse off a moderate early pace and was still able to gun down the pacesetting Becauseofyou in the stretch. The time was 1:58. Becauseofyou held for second while I'm Special Two held for third.
 
The winner is owned by trainer Virgil Morgan,Jr. in partnership with Allen Skolnick and Jim Darrow.
 
Page's win in the Steamin Demon came behind Cruisinfullthrottle, a sophomore son of Yankee Cruiser. He scooted to the front in the second quarter and never relinquished the lead. Indian's Rocket was second in the 1:56.3 effort and Three New Dawns got the show dough.
 
Tye Loy trains the winner for owner Roger Morlock.
 
The other division of the Steamin Demon went to Solid Stand, an easy-does-it winner for driver Jeff Nisonger. The even-money favorite led all the way to win by 3-1/4 lengths in 1:57 over Lookettejasper and Six Shooting Billy.
 
Solid Stand is owned by Bill Webb, Brady Galliers, and Jane Galliers and trained by Webb.

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