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Kikikatie out of Jugette

on 09/13/2004 2:00 AM
Trainer Joe Seekman has told The Horseman that the 3-year-old pacing filly Kikikatie will more than likely not be entered into the Jugette at the Delaware, Ohio fairgrounds next month. The defending divisional champ has won five of eight starts in 2004, including the Mistletoe Shalee, and most recently finished second (for the third time this year) behind Rainbow Blue in the Nadia Lobell final at ...
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Cash Hall sick again

on 09/13/2004 2:00 AM
Trainer Bob McIntosh has told The Horseman that Cash Hall came up extremely sick following the 3-year-old trotting colt’s poor effort in the Simcoe Stakes at Mohawk Saturday night. With John Campbell driving, Cash Hall was never a factor as the 2-5 favorite finished a well-beaten sixth behind the winning Eilean Donon. “He warmed up good and he felt good. But he h...
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Average up at NJ Classic

on 09/13/2004 2:00 AM
The Garden State Horse Sales Company presented its annual New Jersey Classic at Showplace Farms on Sunday, Sept. 12, and the sale posted gains in both average price and gross sales. The 258 yearlings selling brought an average price of $10,577, up four percent over last year. The gross was $2,728,900. "Any time you can sell more horses and have an increase in average, that’s a ...
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Jenna's World Scores

on 09/12/2004 2:00 AM
Jenna’s World took advantage of a miscue by race favorite Gottamakeithappen and captured the $80,000 final of the Lexington Breeders Classic final for 2-year-old pacing colts and geldings in 1:53.1 Saturday (Sept. 11) night at The Red Mile. Driver Mark O’Mara brushed Jenna’s World to the front at the :56 half. Then the favored Gottamakeithappe...
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New Mohawk mark set

on 09/12/2004 2:00 AM
Blissed Out set a Mohawk track record and a Canadian-equaling clocking with a 1:48.4 victory in the first of two $138,595(C) Simcoe divisions for 3-year-old colt and gelding pacers Saturday night. Purchased earlier in the week by trainer Richard Banca, Blissed Out paid quick dividends as he led at every call with driver Luc Ouellette en route to an open-lengths decision in the fastest mile ever...
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Revenue, Tsar Dinverne win

on 09/12/2004 2:00 AM
European invaders Revenue and Tsar Dinverne took opposite routes in their respective Maple Leaf Trot eliminations Saturday night at Mohawk, but both resulted in winning efforts. Revenue, driven by Jorgen Sjunnesson, literally walked through opening-half fractions of :28.2 and :59.4 before picking up the tempo a bit, reaching the three-quarters in 1:28.2. Trotting a final stanza in :27.1, Revenu...
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Big wins in Simcoe 3CTs

on 09/12/2004 2:00 AM
In Conchnito and Eilean Donon won their respective Champlain divisions for 3-year-old colt and gelding trotters at Mohawk Saturday night. In Conchnito won the opening $134,595 split with a 1:56 effort for driver Steve Condren, while Eilean Donon wired the field to capture the second $132,595 division in 1:54.3 for David Miller. Condren tipped In Conchnito three wide approaching the final turn a...
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Champlain dead heat

on 09/12/2004 2:00 AM
Metro winner Rocknroll Hanover and Metro consolation winner Dawn Ofa New Day finished in a dead heat for first in the first of the $113,243(C) Champlain divisions for 2-year-old colt and gelding pacers at Mohawk Saturday night. Brian Sears drove Rocknroll Hanover and John Campbell directed Dawn Ofa New Day to the wire together in 1:52.3. Brett Pelling trains the former for Jeff Smiley while Chr...
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Jug Preview winners

on 09/12/2004 2:00 AM
Santastic\'s Pan and Up Front Brad won their respective $100,000 Jug Preview divisions at Scioto Downs Saturday night. Mike Wilder drove Santastic\'s Pan to a 1:51 victory while Dave Palone, who missed nearly the entire card due to a runway mishap while trying to fly to Scioto, directed Up Front Brad to a 1:52 decision. Mike Wilder sat the pocket while the leading Georgia Pacific, driven by Ric...
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Ohio Super Night winners

on 09/12/2004 2:00 AM
Scioto Downs played host to Ohio Super Night on Saturday, with eight $100,000 championship finals on the program. Whotookwhat and trainer-driver Jim Dailey captured the opening championship final for 2-year-old filly trotters with a wire-to-wire score in 2:00. After opening up her career with seven straight wins, the daughter of Inquirer finished second last week in a Sire Stakes event at Sciot...
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Keystone Classic winners

on 09/12/2004 2:00 AM
Fie Foe Fire posted a final quarter of :27.1 to win the first of three Keystone Classic divisions for 3-year-old filly pacers at The Meadows Saturday night in 1:52.1. Ice Sculpture paced to an identical 1:52.1 clocking the second split while Queen Of The Ball took the third in 1:55.1. Driven by Mike Wilder, Fie Foe Fire won for the fourth time in 14 starts this year. Jim Campbell trains the win...
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Rainbow Blue in 1:49.2

on 09/12/2004 2:00 AM
Rainbow Blue continued her brilliant mastery of the 3-year-old filly pace division Sunday (Sept. 12) night at The Red Mile with a track and stakes record 1:49.2 mile in the $222,500 Nadia Lobell Final. Her chief adversary, Kikikatie, finished second while So Artsi, making only her third start of the year, was third. Kikikatie and driver David Miller grabbed the lead at the start from post two w...
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Modern Medicine Sets Mark

on 09/11/2004 2:00 AM
Modern Medicine set a track and stakes record of 1:52.1 at Mohawk Raceway Friday (Sept. 10) night, capturing a $154,025 ( C ) division of the Champlain Stakes for 2-year-old filly pacers. Righteous Renee won the $152,025 first division in 1:53.3. With Brian Sears driving, Modern Medicine slipped between Lucks Mistress and Western Prince in deep stretch to take the lead and score her third victo...
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Cisco Hall wins trot final

on 09/11/2004 2:00 AM
Heavy Favorite Cisco Hall didn’t disappoint his backers, scoring a lifetime best 1:57.2 victory for driver Ron Pierce in the $80,000 final of the Lexington Breeders Classic final for 2-year-old colt trotters at The Red Mile Friday (Sept. 10) night. Settled fourth through the first three furlongs of the race, Cisco Hall swooped quickly to the front of the filed as he passed the ...
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Palones hot at The Meadows

on 09/11/2004 2:00 AM
The Palone brothers were hot Friday (Sept. 10) night at The Meadows in the Keystone Classic divisions for 2-year-old filly pacers. Driver David swept all five divisions while brother Mike trains three of the winners. Dave Palone also won three other races on the undercard, giving him eight victories for the evening. The fastest Classic of the evening went to Blueridge Mosaic in 1:54.2 for train...
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"Ruth" edges Peaceful Way

on 09/10/2004 2:00 AM
Lady Suffolk winner Housethatruthbuilt defeated Peaceful Way by three-quarters of a length in a Simcoe division at Mohawk Thursday night. The time was 1:54.4. Housethatruthbuilt and Peaceful Way were considered even by the bettors at less than even-money odds of 4-5 in the second of the two divisions. The pair wasted no time in testing one another's mettle as they raced as a team into the firs...
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7 draw into Messenger

on 09/10/2004 2:00 AM
The double quest for this year’s pacing Triple Crown will continue with the $340,950 Messenger Stake at Harrington Raceway Tuesday night. Timesareachanging and Western Terror finished in a dead heat for first in the Cane Pace on Labor Day at Freehold Raceway, thus the two will head into the second jewel of the Triple Crown on equal terms. “It’s t...
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Remmen has eye surgery

on 09/10/2004 2:00 AM
Hall of Famer Ray Remmen, the all-time leading trainer at the Meadowlands, is recovering from surgery to repair a detached retina. The 57-year-old Remmen underwent the surgery on Aug. 24 at Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey. "I was having some problems the weekend before, and I went to see my doctor," said Remmen. "I was immediately taken to Hackensack Medical Center where D...
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Parklane Powerful in 1:49.3

on 09/10/2004 2:00 AM
Parklane Powerful, a 5-year-old mare by Sportsmaster, paced to a lifetime mark of 1:49.3 and defeated Loyal Opposition by five lengths in an elimination for the Ann Vonian at Balmoral Park Thursday night. She paced her final panel in :27.2 to secure the victory. Driven by Ron Marsh, Parklane Powerful took command of the race past the first quarter and controlled it thereafter, winning by the ea...
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Forever Starlet Qualifies

on 09/10/2004 2:00 AM
Forever Starlet, last year’s Breeders Crown champion and 2003 Dan Patch 2-Year-Old Filly Trotter of the Year, returned to the racetrack in a qualifying race at The Red Mile Friday, finishing second in the 1:58.1 mile. Racing for the first time since a qualifying race May 29 at the Meadowlands, Forever Starlet was placed in the two-hole behind the pace-setting Boom by Cameron Go...
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