Great afternoon for Let It Ride Stable – Harnesslink
CHESTER, PA – Wednesday afternoon there were two feature-length quartets in a sweltering Philadelphia Harrah’s: four $ 12,600 classes for harness racehorses and four $ 11,700 gaits for two years, including three for fillies eight days before their first PA Action Sire Stakes / Stallion Series, which takes place here.
It looks like Let It Ride Stables Inc. should anticipate the first-year filly stakes season as they co-owned Wednesday’s three winners, with their Pennsylvania filly Heartbreak Hotel posting the fastest time of the line, 1: 53.1 .
Dexter Dunn left the daughter of Sweet Lou – Love Canal (a $ 600B winner) rolls up front in fractions of: 27.4,: 56.4 and 1:24, then continued for a 1: 53.1 success in his sack arc for Coach Nifty Norman; Let It Ride shares ownership of this miss with Bottom Line Racing LLC.
HEATBREAK HTEL REPLAY
Let It Ride / Bottom Line has struck again with the American ideal – Fox Valley baby Shaker Throw The Dice, who won successive quarterbacks by: 28.2 to win in 1: 54.3 in his first start from paris for driver Andrew McCarthy and trainer Linda Toscano.
THROW THE REPLAY DICE
The third Let It Ride winner, held in partnership with Maurice Chodash and Barry Cohen, was also a Toscano intern making his first scholarship start, the Huntsville – The filly from Living History Reenactment, who controlled the pace in a 1: 56.1 triumph under the direction of David Miller.
The only action for first year male pacers went to Early Action, a thirsty son from Huntsville and Fashion Katie’s first foal, whose dam was a full sister to Kikikatie. Early Action denied his name in that event, clocking his final quarter in: 27.2 and passing four horses in the stretch to fashion a 1: 54.2 win on his handbag debut for pilot David Miller , trainer Joe Holloway and owned by Val D ‘Ou Fermes and Ted Gewertz.
In the $ 12,600 contests, a distaff division went to the Always B Miki – Anndrovette Nashville’s second-year filly Elgenna, who took the lead from JM Betonsix, then narrowly resisted it with a header in 1:52, final half: 55.2, for the pilot Andrew McCarthy, trainer Tony Alagna and Crawford Farms Racing.
The other saw Sweet Lou’s sophomore year Ginger Tree Liz come a long way back to three-quarters to go straight, with his own last half in the mile 1: 53.2 a sparkling: 55 for pilot David Miller, l coach Steve Cook, and the partnership of Sam Beegle, Ginger Tree Ventures LLC, Double D Racing Stable and Reber-Chesen Stable.
The top division of the scholarship for marchers was won by the Somewhere somewhere Second-year colt Carbine, who circled Serious Miki after the quarter, sizzled at home in: 53.4 against the mighty pocket chaser to beat him by half length in a new mark of 1 : 50.4.
Dexter Dunn drove for coach Tony Alagna and… yes, Let It Ride Stables LLC and Bottom Line Racing Inc., with Howard Taylor.
In the trotting sector, the $ 600,000 yearling Ineffable, a second daughter of Cantab Room and a three-quarter-quarter sister of $ 500B winner Crucial trotted her backstrokes in: 56 -: 27.4 in the lead to lower her mark to 1: 53.3 for driver Tim Tetrick, the coach Marcus Melander and the partnership of Menhammar Stuteri AB and SRF stable.
David Miller, whose name was associated with three of the above winners, ended the day with five wins.
Harrah’s $ 16,200 feature film “Trottin ‘Thursday” will find nationwide stars such as JL Cruze, Crystal Fashion and Big Oil in a mighty eight-horsepower field. The program pages for the 12:25 card will be available at www.phha.org/harrahspps.html.
For the full results of the race, Click here.
From PHHA / Harrah’s Philadelphia