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Indiana Downs hosts rich Super Night program

September 09, 2011

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The top Indiana-sired trotters and pacers will compete Saturday, September 10 for more than $2 million in purses as part of Indiana Downs’ Super Night program. The 14-race card consists of 10 lucrative Indiana Sires Stakes finals and four consolation events. First post is slated for 6:55 p.m.
The $210,000 Indiana Sires Stakes final for freshman filly trotters kicks off the program. Cincinnati Star, a winner in each of three preliminary rounds, leads a group of 10 two year olds set to battle. Trained by Steve Carter, The Cincinnati Kid filly starts from post five. Trace Tetrick, who guided Cincinnati Star to her three ISS scores, will be in the bike. Bar Sue, a two-time winner in stakes action, has drawn the second tier.
Trottin Tiger, a runaway winner in two Indiana Sires Stakes preliminary legs, will be the favorite to capture the $210,000 final for two-year-old colt trotters. Trained by Mark Gillenwater, the Mossy Oak gelding has won his last two starts by a combined 21 lengths, taking his 1:58 mark the last time out. Slotted in post three in the evening’s fourth race, Trottin Tiger will be driven by Sam Widger.
Radar Contact will look to complete a sweep of both Indiana Sires Stakes finals in the night’s seventh race. The Dontgetinmyway three year old started the season with nine straight victories, including a triumph in the $200,000 final for sophomore filly pacers at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino. Trained by Charles Stillings, who owns the filly with Dean Ehrgott, Radar Contact will start from post two in the $210,000 final with Dan Shetler at the controls.
Insatiable Desire, perfect in three ISS starts this season, attempts to complete the sweep in the $210,000 final for two-year-old filly pacers. The Pro Bono Best lass will start from the second tier in the 10-horse field, driven by Kayne Kauffman. Kerosene, an I Scoot Hanover filly that has won two of three Indiana Sires Stakes starts, lines up in post four while Bonos Lassie, also perfect in three stakes starts, has drawn post eight.
Next Flight In puts his perfect record on the line in the $210,000 Indiana Sires Stakes final for freshman colt pacers. The Erv Miller-trained son of Panspacificflight has drawn post position two in the night’s ninth race. Peter Wrenn will drive the seven-time winner, owned by Mystical Marker Farms, Mary Jane Anderson and Jack and Peggy Hood. Fritz Bow, four-for-four to start his career, will line up fourth, while Fox Stake champion Fridaynightflight has the five hole.
Sophomore pacer Flight Elal will try to sweep both ISS finals for sophomore colt pacers Saturday night, drawing post five in the $210,000 contest. Trained by Jim Dailey for owners Pacey Mindlin and Kenneth Cohen, the sophomore has missed the board in his last two starts. GD Airliner, a winner in three of his last four starts, including two miles under 1:52, leads the challengers. Erv Miller trains the gelding to be driven by Tyler Smith. (Indiana Downs)
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