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Red Mile Sat. late-closers

October 07, 2006

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World Filly Trotting Derby winner Cool Muscles opened up the Saturday Kentucky Futurity card at The Red Mile with a 1:56.2 win in the Cash Hall Retirement Trot. The win was the first for the 3-year-old daughter of Muscles Yankee in four starts since winning the three-heat World Filly Trotting Derby at Du Quoin Sept. 1.

Jimmy Takter got the catch-drive from trainer-owner Buck Sprinkle. The win was her fourth of the year in 15 starts.

Lovin Every Moment won a $12,000 late-closer for 3-year-old colt and gelding trotters with a 1:56.3 effort for trainre-driver Charlie Norris. Youngblood Hall was second with Likeabatoutahell third.

A son of SJ\'s Caviar, Lovin Every Moment is owned by Leonard Buckner. He now has career earnings of $235,056.

Bono Bests was the winner in a $12,000 late-closer for 3-year-old colt and gelding pacers. Duke Sugg drove the son of Pro Bono Best to the career-best 1:50.1 effort, defeating Ab\'s Beach Boy and Life Guard On Duty.

Ivan Sugg trains and shares ownership with Blue Chip Partners.

A $12,000 late-closer for 3-year-old filly trotters went to Heathers Dream, with Duke Sugg earning his second win of the afternoon. The Dream Vacation filly was timed in 1:56 as she defeated Muscle Up and Victor\'s Finesse.

Ivan Sugg trains and owns the winner, who lowered her previous mark by one full second. She now has career earnings of $188,909.
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