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ISS action at Indy

on 09/06/2006 2:00 AM
Indiana Downs played host to two divisions of freshman pacing colts Tuesday, Sept. 5. In each $8,000 contest the favorites were beaten as Gott-N-Milk and Yankee Rebel scored victories. In the first split Gott-N-Milk and Josh Sutton claimed their third win of the season in a 1:57.3 effort. The Brian Stephens owned and trained Laredo Spur colt finished two lengths in front of fourth-choice Full O...
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Mr. Muscleman in 1:59.1

on 09/06/2006 2:00 AM
Mr. Muscleman made his first racetrack appearance in a year at The Red Mile Wednesday morning, going wire to wire in a 1:59.1 qualifier for driver Brendan Johnson. Mr. Muscleman clicked off fractions of :29.2, 1:00.3 and 1:31.3 en route to the first of three scheduled qualifiers before making his first start of the year in the Allerage Trot at The Red Mile at the end of the month. “That’s ...
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Artistic Fella at Red Mile

on 09/06/2006 2:00 AM
In the qualifying race following Mr. Muscleman’s race, Meadowlands Pace and Oliver Wendell Holmes winner Artistic Fella romped to a 1:52 mile with Mickey McNichol in the bike. His fractions were :28.2, :56.4 and 1:25. Trainer Steve Elliott said the Pacific Fella colt owned by Joseph Alborano will start in an early closer at The Red Mile and then be supplemented into the Tattersalls Pace Oct. ...
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Three splits of Jug Preview

on 09/06/2006 2:00 AM
Twenty-four 3-year-old colt and gelding pacers were entered for the Little Brown Jug Preview Saturday night at Scioto Downs, with the field divided into three $70,000 eliminations. The races are part of the Ohio Super Night card featuring Sire Stakes finals for 2 and 3 year olds. Here is the draw for the three Jug Preview contests, in post position order: 1st division 1 Sandro Hanover (Dave...
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Santastic win in Beckwith

on 09/05/2006 2:00 AM
Jim Morrill Jr. directed Santastic’s Pan to a 1:51.1 victory in the $75,000 Bert Beckwith Memorial Pace at Plainridge Racecourse Monday, his third victory in the track’s signature contest. Santastic’s Pan defeated runner-up Attorney General N by 1 ¼ lengths with Francam third. Trained by Mickey Burke, Santastic’s Pan is owned by Richard Annunziata. A 5-year-old son of The Panderosa,...
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Champlain 2FTs at Mohawk

on 09/05/2006 2:00 AM
Pampered Princess kept her flawless record intact with a 2 ¾-length victory in the third division of the Champlain Stakes for 2-year-old filly trotters at Mohawk on Monday. Jimmy Takter drove and trained the Andover Hall filly to her fourth career win in 1:56.4 for Bob Anderson and David Anderson. Constance Hall out-nodded Armbro Equinox for second. Pampered Princess sat the perfect pocket tri...
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Revolution at Harrington

on 09/05/2006 2:00 AM
Perfect World Enterprises\' Revolutionary Foe was victorious in Monday\'s featured $20,000 Open with a 1:52.2 effort at Harrington Raceway. The Josh Green trainee and driver Brad Hanners made the front approaching the quarter in :27.2. The 4-year-old Artsplace stallion paced to the half in :55.1, followed by three-quarters in 1:24. He fought off a challenge by Quick And Deadly and won by a leng...
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Stage set for KYSS 2CT

on 09/04/2006 2:00 AM
Main Stage and Pembroke Prayer won their respective $25,000 third-round legs of the Kentucky Sire Stakes for 2-year-old colt and gelding trotters on a cool Sunday night at The Red Mile. Main Stage notched his ninth win in 10 starts and fourth in a row while Pembroke Prayer lowered his lifetime mark by a second. With trainer Kim Ireland in the sulky, Main Stage had no problems scoring a 2:01.2 v...
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Shockers in Champlains

on 09/04/2006 2:00 AM
Finishing with a furious flurry, Invincible Sun posted a 42-1 upset in the first division of the Champlain Stakes for 2-year-old trotting colts and gelding Sunday night at Mohawk. Trained and co-owned by Chris Beaver, Invincible Son trotted from last at the top of the stretch and blew past heavily favored Australian Stock to win the $107,385(C) event in 1:59.4. “He shown a ton of speed, he tr...
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Small colt takes OSS Gold

on 09/04/2006 2:00 AM
The small-but-mighty Doonbeg carried off his second Gold final trophy of the season with another exceptional performance at Mohawk Racetrack on Sunday evening. Leaving from Post one the colt and driver Jody Jamieson landed in seventh, 10 lengths behind early pacesetter Windsong Cruiser as he hit the quarter in :26.2. Heading for the :54 half Jamieson sent Doonbeg up the outside behind Stormaway...
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Flo finds George in Simcoe

on 09/04/2006 2:00 AM
Flo Found George started another winning streak with a handy score in the Simcoe Stakes for 3-year-old fillies on Sunday night at Mohawk. The daughter of Dream Away--Cold And Clear strolled away to a clear lead through quarter-mile fractions of :27.3, :56.1 and 1:24. and finished with a :28 final quarter-mile and defeated Even Now in 1:52.4. “I had pretty easy fractions,” driver Jack Moise...
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Md. Sire Stakes now Tue.

on 09/04/2006 2:00 AM
Due to the cancellation of the live racing card on Saturday, Sept. 2, at Rosecroft Raceway, six divisions of Maryland Sire Stakes preliminaries will be added to the matinee program which will raced on Tuesday. Post time for the early, non-betting races will be at 3:45 p.m. (EDT), and eight races will be contested before the betting portion of the card begins at 5:35 p.m. Both 2- and 3-year-old...
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Total Truth wins Cane

on 09/04/2006 2:00 AM
Total Truth won the $300,000 Cane Pace at Freehold Raceway Monday afternoon, holding off the first-over bid of Took Hanover in 1:51.3. Dave Panlone got up for third. Total Truth, driven by Ron Pierce, took command of the race at the start and was never headed through fractions of :26.4, :55.4 and 1:23.2. John Campbell was flushed first-over move with Took Hanover with about five-eighths of a mi...
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ISS finals at Indy Downs

on 09/03/2006 2:00 AM
Six Indiana Sires Stakes finals were featured at Indiana Downs Saturday evening, Sept. 2. Sophomore trotter GG’s Joe not only won the $84,300 final for colts and geldings, he also picked up a $25,000 bonus for capturing all three legs of the Hoosier Home Run, Indiana’s equivalent of the Triple Crown. GG’s Joe proved his staying power Saturday night with a 1:58.2 mile in the second Indiana...
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WEG suspends two owners

on 09/02/2006 2:00 AM
Woodbine Entertainment Group issued the following release Friday, Sept. 1, regarding the suspension of racing privileges of owners Aubrey Friedman and Brian Nixon: As of Aug. 8, 2006, the Woodbine Entertainment Group (WEG) has suspended the racing privileges of horse owners Aubrey Friedman and Brian Nixon at Woodbine and Mohawk Racetracks. Among the horses the two presently campaign is the open pa...
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Capetown Hall wins KYSS

on 09/02/2006 2:00 AM
Capetown Hall won the Kentucky Sire Stakes final for 3-year-old colt trotters Friday night at The Red Mile for driver David Miller, who earlier on the card reached the 8,000-win milestone for his career. Capetown Hall scored a 1:56.1 victory over Berto Primo and Garlands Dream to notch his first win in eight starts in 2006. A son of Garland Lobell out of the mare Chatty Hanover, Capetown Hall i...
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Shocker in PASS 2FP

on 09/02/2006 2:00 AM
Pantathlon, a maiden in only her third career start, matured in a hurry and blew up the tote board, scoring at 77-1 in a division of a $120,065 Pennsylvania Sires Stake for 2-year-old pacing fillies Friday night at The Meadows. The stake, known as the Meadow Cheer, was contested over five divisions, with Tidewaterdragonfly, Village Mirage, Get A Cab and Western Graduate taking the other splits. Tr...
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David Miller wins 8,000th

on 09/02/2006 2:00 AM
David Miller scored his 8,000th career victory Friday night at The Mile, an evening capped off with his win aboard Capetown Hall in the Kentucky Sire Stakes final. The Buckeye native came into the card with 7,998 career victories and he won the opener on the program with Anbilanunoit to reach 7,999. His milestone win came in the very next race as he scored with trainer Gary Neafus\'s Lady Ann Spur...
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Chocolatier sweeps

on 09/02/2006 2:00 AM
Chocolatier and driver D. R. Ackerman endured a photo finish in the first heat then came back with a convincing victory in the second heat and captured the $530,000 World Trotting Derby at Du Quoin Saturday afternoon with miles in 1:55 and 1:53, respectively. Make You Mine and Mike Lachance finished second and third in the two heats to earn second-place money. Third in the placing system went to E...
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Jereme Jets in :24.2

on 09/02/2006 2:00 AM
Jereme’s Jet turned in one of harness racing most incredible finishes to a mile when he paced the last quarter of the $48,000 Hayes Memorial 3-year-old colt and gelding pace in :24.2, crossing the finish line in a Du Quoin track record of 1:48.1. Stunned by the final time, track officials checked the tapes and verified the time for the last panel. Dave Magee was in the bike as Jereme’s Jet ...
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