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Dayson earns 30th career victory in 61st start

May 05, 2019
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Dayson (Chris Page) captured the final Open Trot of the Miami Valley season on a sunny Sunday afternoon (May 5), scorching the lightning fast five-eighths mile oval in 1:53.3.
 
Page pressed the million-dollar winning favorite confidently and unhurriedly towards the front, gaining the point well after the original pacesetter Moonshiner Hanover (Brett Miller) reached the :27.4 first quarter beam.
 
It was the 30th lifetime win for Dayson, a 6-year-old altered son of Conway Hall, from just 61 career starts.  Part of the powerful Ron Burke Brigade, Dayson extended his win streak to six, four at The Meadows before relocating to Ohio and Miami Valley for his most recent pair of successes.
 
Full Surge (Tony Hall) trotted a huge mile to finish a closing second, while Moonshiner Hanover hung on for third.
 
The Monday (May 6) matinee will close out the 2019 Miami Valley meet which started back on January 4.  A pair of $100,000 Grand Circuit events for older mares will highlight the season finale.  Atlanta, the 2018 Hambletonian winner, makes her first start of the year in the Miami Valley Distaff; while superstar Shartin N will be favored in the Sam ‘Chip’ Noble III Memorial—a race she won last year in 1:49.3, still the fastest mile by a mare in the six year history of Miami Valley. 
   The Grand Circuit features are carded as races 8 and 10 on a 14-race program.  First race post time is 2:05 p.m.Dayson (Chris Page) captured the final Open Trot of the Miami Valley season on a sunny Sunday afternoon (May 5), scorching the lightning fast five-eighths mile oval in 1:53.3.  Page pressed the million dollar winning favorite confidently and unhurriedly towards the front, gaining the point well after the original pacesetter Moonshiner Hanover (Brett Miller) reached the :27.4 first quarter beam.  It was the 30th lifetime win for Dayson, a 6-year-old altered son of Conway Hall, from just 61 career starts.  Part of the powerful Ron Burke Brigade, Dayson extended his win streak to six, four at The Meadows before relocating to Ohio and Miami Valley for his most recent pair of successes.
   Full Surge (Tony Hall) trotted a huge mile to finish a closing second, while Moonshiner Hanover hung on for third.
 
   The Monday (May 6) matinee will close out the 2019 Miami Valley meet which started back on January 4.  A pair of $100,000 Grand Circuit events for older mares will highlight the season finale.  Atlanta, the 2018 Hambletonian winner, makes her first start of the year in the Miami Valley Distaff; while superstar Shartin N will be favored in the Sam ‘Chip’ Noble III Memorial—a race she won last year in 1:49.3, still the fastest mile by a mare in the six year history of Miami Valley.
 
The Grand Circuit features are carded as races 8 and 10 on a 14-race program.  First race post time is 2:05 p.m. (Miami Valley)
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