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Crown 3CP up for grabs

October 13, 2004
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Thirteen 3-year-old colt and gelding pacers have been entered in the $693,750(C) Breeders Crown, with two eliminations going postward Saturday night at Woodbine to pare the final field down to 10. Little Brown Jug and dead-heat Cane Pace winner Timesareachanging was not entered, but his stablemate Western Terror, who dead heated in the Cane with Timesareachanging, was and has drawn post one in the first elim.



Western Terror is coming off a 1:48.3 victory in a Tattersalls division at The Red Mile last Saturday afternoon, downing Meadowlands Pace winner Holborn Hanover and Illinois sensation Quik Pulse Mindale, the latter being supplemented into the race for $62,500 by his connections.



Western Terror, who finished in a dead heat with stablemate Timesareachanging in the Cane, beat elim rivals Holborn Hanover and $62,500 supplement Quik Pulse Mindale in a 1:48.3 effort at Lexington in the Tattersalls. Also in the first elim is Mantacular, who won the North America Cup earlier this year over the Woodbine oval.



In the second elimination, Messenger winner Metropolitan starts from post two for leading Breeders Crown driver John Campbell. His competition includes Tattersalls division winner Yankee Lariat and Ontario Gold final winner Geartogear.



$693,750 Breeders Crown 3-Year-Old Colt & Gelding Pace

1st elimination

1 - Western Terror (Brian Sears)

2 - Quik Pulse Mindale (Tony Morgan)

3 - Mantacular (Mike Lachance)

4 - Allamerican Cobalt (Luc Ouellette)

5 - Panlubber (Luc Ouellette)

6 - Holborn Hanover (George Brennan)



2nd elimination

1 - Rogue Hall (Paul MacDonell)

2 - Metropolitan (John Campbell)

3 - The Preacher Pan (Daniel Dube)

4 - Armbro Baylor (Luc Ouellette)

5 - Up Front Brad (Dave Palone)

6 - Yankee Lariat (Jack Moiseyev)

7 - Geartogear (Ron Pierce)



The first five finishers from each elim will return for the final on Saturday, Oct. 23. Eliminations winners may pick their post positions.
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