Win Missy B made every call a winning one en route to victory in the first of two $28,426 Reynolds Memorial divisions for three-year-old filly trotters on Friday night at the Meadowlands Racetrack.
Brian Sears drove the Conway Hall lass to a three and a half length tally over Dorsay in a career best 1:52.4. It was five lengths back to Riverfest in third. The overwhelming favourite, Win Missy B returned $2.20 in the second race.
Win Missy B - Lisa Photo
She is now two-for-five on the season. Win Missy Bís eight victories as a two-year-old included the Goldsmith Maid and Peaceful Way finals. She also finished second in the Breeders Crown behind Check Me Out, which helped propel her to a bankroll of US$836,661 for the season. Charlie Norris trains the homebred of Robert Key of Leechburg, Pennsylvania.
W. J. Donovanís Maven romped to a nine length victory in the second Reynolds division. She trotted the mile in 1:53.4 with Yannick Gingras in the sulky.
Maven - Lisa Photo
The daughter of Glidemaster, trained by Jonas Czernyson, improved her record to three wins in five starts this season.
Two-year-old pacers also stepped out in Reynolds action. Nikki Beach and Shebestingin captured the filliesí divisions. Brittany Farmsí Nikki Beach, from the first crop by Somebeachsomewhere, won her career debut in 1:53.2 under the guidance of Brian Sears. Tony Alagna trains the $90,000 yearling.
Nikki Beach - Lisa Photo
Shesbestingin followed up her Simpson Memorial win with a 1:53.4 clocking for driver David Miller and trainer Joe Holloway.
Shebestingin - Lisa Photo
Perfect in two starts, the daughter of Bettorís Delight-Armbro Tussle was a $55,000 yearling purchase at Harrisburg by Val DíOr Farms, Ted Gewertz and Linda and Lee Devisser. She is a sister to the gritty veteran Hop Sing.
Source Of Pride rebounded from a miscue in his career debut to win the first of two colt and gelding events in 1:52.4 with Tim Tetrick in the sulky.
Source Of Pride - Lisa Photo
Jimmy Takter trains the $280,000 yearling buy for Brittany Farms, Marvin Katz, Al Libfeld, Sam Goldband and Louie Camara. A brother to American Jewel, Source Of Pride is by American Ideal out of the Camluck mare Trim Hanover.
Rocky Mountain Guy, a $75,000 yearling buy at Harrisburg, took the other colt and gelding flight in 1:52.4 with Dave Miller in the bike.
Rocky Mountain Guy - Lisa Photo
Nifty Norman trains the Rocknroll Hanover-Camadian colt for owners David McDuffee and Perretti Racing Stb LLC. Perretti also bred Rocky Mountain Guy, whose dam is a half-sister to Glowing Report, Perfect Union, and Must See, among others.