Sailer Eddie ekes out print finish win :: Harnesslink
March 28, 2017 - garden totes
The central domain was a “nose” during a finish of a 1:54 tour with Boli and motorist Wally Hennessey teaming adult for uncover honors, 2¾ lengths away.
Celebrity Maserati, trotting an even mile throughout, finished fourth while Explosive Muscles picked adult a nickel in a domain scratched down to six.
At a outset, Sailer Eddie, withdrawal from Pompano Park’s desired post five, left with his common dispatch and zipped into an early lead as Sooo Handsome, starting from post four, also showed some speed off a embankment and staid in a garden spot.
Explosive Muscles, Celebrity Maserati, Boli and Winding Hill finished a sequence by an opening entertain in :27.3 with positions unvaried past a half in :56.2 and 3 buliding in 1:25.
Turning for home, Sailer Eddie cut a dilemma perplexing to strengthen his lead while Sooo Handsome left a coziness of a slot and began chewing away.
The handle came usually in time for Sailer Eddie and a walk too late for Sooo Handsome as a print finish camera distant a span by a whisker.
After a race, motorist Kevin Wallis said, “What helped tonight was a blemish that put us in a 5 post, a mark where it’s profitable to leave.
“My equine likes to competition in front. Just about all of a wins we have had with him have been on a front finish and, when he’s on, he can be flattering tough.
“This is a fastest he’s left in utterly some time and we am unapproachable of his opening tonight.”
In garnering his fourth win of a year in 8 starts, this 7 year-old gelded son ofpushed his anniversary gain to $20,910 and $360,351 lifetime.
As a 2 to 1 third choice, Sailer Eddie paid $6.40 to win.
The $10,000 Open 2 Trot went to Noble Anthony, driven by Mike Simons, by a nose over a feisty long-shot Commentary (John MacDonald) in 1:55.4.
Massive Lightning (Mickey McNichol) finished a quick shutting third, reduction than a length away, while Kabu and Pocket Trip picked adult a final awards in a octet.
The winner, a 7 year-old gelded son of Andover Hall, survived a initial over outing a whole final path to get adult in a final walk over a pace-setting Commentary, who had forged good rated fractions of :28.2, :58 and 1:26.3 before succumbing in a final stride.
Noble Anthony is also lerned by Simons and co-owns with Albert Abdala III.
The win was a fourth of a year for Noble Anthony to pull his 2017 stake to $19,525 and $120,255 lifetime.
As a even income favorite on a tote-board, Noble Anthony paid $4.20 to win.
In other Monday night action, a Florida Amateur Driving Club went to a starting embankment in dual groups with The Budster and JLS Too Hot Taj, both owned by Oldford Racing and driven by Steve Oldford, winning their particular events.
The Budster, a imperishable 12 year-old altered son of Broadway Hall, took advantage of an early miscue by a 2 to 5 favorite, A Crown For Lindy, and went on to measure a nearby gate-to-wire win in 1:58.4.
The leader scored a 2¼ length feat over Chip Chip Page (Tony Dinges) with Flaming Yankee (“Touchdown” Teddy Bowman) another half-length behind in third. Tymal Recap finished fourth while Frenchman finished fifth.
The Budster won for a 45th time in his career stretching 229 starts, vaulting his career stake to $651,476.
As second choice, The Budster paid $8.80 to win.
JLS Too Hot Taj, took authority after a brief scuffle with Garlandsandpearls (Dein Spriggs) to measure a dirty win in a career best 1:56.2–that winning domain a conduct with B Cor Thomas (Billy Muggleston) third, usually a half-length away.
This 5 year-old daughter of Pilgrims Taj won for a fourth time this division in 11 starts, pulling her annuity to $13,271. Career-wise, this Mike Deters trainee has $63,798 on her label with 10 wins.
As a slight even-money favorite on a tote-board, JLS Too Hot Taj paid $4.20 to win.
The Amateur Club pushed their donations good over a $180,000 plateau with a large grant to Equine Assisted Therapies, an classification that specializes in Therapeutic Riding, Hippothearpy, Equine Facilitated Learning and Equine Psychotherapy, including a Wounded Warrior program.
Molly Murphy, Executive Director of a Organization, was on palm in a winner’s round to accept a donation.
Racing continues on Tuesday night with mares in a spotlight in a $8,500 Open Trot.
This grand sextet facilities McKenzie’s Star, Serendipitious, Bad Angel, Diamond Dagger, Celebrity Artemis and She’s All In, a latter seeking a repeat victory.
The lane will also offer a $10,000 guaranteed pool on a Pick-4, conducted on races 6 by 9, as good as a carryover of $33,732.89 on a Super Hi-5 finale.
That whole Super Hi-5 kitty can usually be claimed when there is usually one sheet sole on a winning combination. Multiple winners share 50% of that night’s pool with a change combined to a existent carryover.
Post time is 7:20 p.m.
by John Berry for Pompano Park