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Numeric Hanover qualifies

April 14, 2004
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Jugette and Nadia Lobell winner Numeric Hanover made her first appearance as a 4 year old Tuesday (April 13) at Mohawk Racetrack, winning a qualifier over a “sloppy” track in 2:00.2. Keith Oliver drove the daughter of Real Artist, who won 11 of 29 starts and $370,792 in 2003, to the victory.



Numeric Hanover, owned by Detroiters John Deters and Harold Shelton Jr.’s 2 Titans Racing Stable, was trained last year by Bill Robinson but is currently in the barn of Nat Varty.



Varty also sent out another former Robinson trainee, Righteous Hanover, in another qualifier. Randy Waples directed the 4-year-old son of Western Hanover to a second-place finish behind Onatio Sire Stakes Gold point-standings leader Winning Breed in 1:57.4.



Righteous Hanover was a $375,000 yearling purchase and is a full brother to North America Cup winner Red River Hanover, Woodrow Wilson winner Richess Hanover and Rustler Hanover, and a half brother to $2 million winner Royalflush Hanover. He is owned by Jeff Snyder and Lothloriean Equestrian Center.



Also winning a qualifier was Cosington for driver Trevor Ritchie in 2:01.3. The 5-year-old son of Malabar Man finished second in the Horse & Groom final on March 7, pushing him over the $200,000 mark in career earnings. He is currently owned by Todd and John Gimblett.
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