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Sophomore PASS action

May 08, 2004
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Three-year-old colt pacers were divided into six divisions of Pennsylvania Sire Stakes action at The Meadows Saturday night (May 8), with four going for a purse of $21,146 and two vying for $20,746.



The opening division went to Skydancer Hanover and driver Brian Zendt in 1:52.1. Now trained by Mark Harder, Skydancer Hanover is a son of Western Hanover. He is now two-for-three in 2004 after winning four of eight starts last year.



After two wins and a second at Mohawk Racetrack in Canada, Mypanmar shipped to The Meadows and was able to edge Mantacular in the second PASS split. Duke Sugg directed Mypanmar, a son of The Panderosa, to the 1:52.4 victory.



You Rock and Bill Zendt won the third division with a 1:54.1 effort. A son of The Panderosa, You Rock won for the first time in three starts this year.



Up Front Brad, a son of Western Hanover, lowered his lifetime mark by more than seven seconds in capturing the fourth PASS division. Driven by Richard Stillings for trainer Kelly O'Donnell, Up Front Brad blistered the five-eighths mile oval in 1:51.3.



Hop Sing and Jim Marshall III won their respective PASS division with a 1:53.4 effort. A son of The Panderosa, Hop Sing has already made 11 starts this year with his latest effort being his third victory.



Casey's Bonanza gave sire The Panderosa his fourth winner in the six divisions as he captured the final division in 1:54 for driver Dave Palone.
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