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Sophs aim for Berry's Creek

April 28, 2004

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Matt's Scooter and Junior Trendsetter winner Four Starzzz King has drawn the rail in the second of two $25,000 Berry's Creek elimination at the Meadowlands Saturday night (May 1). Facing off against a bulky field of 10 rivals, Mike Lachance has once again been named to drive the 3-year-old son of The Panderosa who is making an early-season statement that he is one of the division's heavyweights.

Owned by Jeff Cohen and Mike Sudaley's FS Starzzzz Stables and trained by Dave Sabatelli, Four Starzzz King had a month layoff after winning the Matt's Scooter final on March 26, returning April 24 in resounding fashion with an impressive 1:51.4 win in a 3-year-old open at the Meadowlands. Overall, Four Starzzz King has won six of eight starts this year and he is the richest sophomore in 2004 with $140,775 in earnings.

Brandon's Cowboy, who won the Robert Suslow final last Saturday at the Meadowlands, has landed post four in the first Berry's Creek division. Daniel Dube, who directed the son of The Panderosa to his career-best 1:51.1 victory in capturing his third straight, has once again been named to drive by owner Martin Scharf and trainer Mark Ford.

The top five finishers in each elim will return May 8 for the $250,000 final.\

The complete draw for the elims follow:

1st elim - 4th race

PP Horse Driver

1 Mantacular (J. Campbell)

2 Village Hero N (R. Silverman)

3 O Narutac Pat (G. Brennan)

4 Brandon's Cowboy (D. Dube)

5 Driven To Win (J. Campbell)

6 Cardholder (J. Campbell)

7 Squaw's Fella (D. Miller)

8 Georgia Pacific (B. Sears)

9 Windage Hanover (B. Sears)

10 PT's Gold Dust (B. Hanners)

2nd elim - 7th race

1 Four Starzzz King (M. Lachance)

2 Rapid Dialing (Y. Gingras)

3 Nineteenth Hole (E. Ledford)

4 Pacific Renegade (R. Pierce)

5 Grissini (J. Campbell)

6 Spirit Of A Shark (G. Brennan)

7 Up Front Ohio (J. Campbell)

8 Western Prince (D. Miller)

9 Tricky Grin (J. Campbell)

10 Kenny The Cowboy N (J. Campbell)

11 Yankees In Seven (B. Sears)
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