Kadabra Daughter Sets World Record
Aug 27

The four-year-old Ontario-sired Emoticon Hanover, with Dan Dube at the lines, set a world record for her age over any size track when she won over Tioga in 1:50.2 in the $150,000 Joie De Vie.

The daughter of Kadabra, laid down all the fractions :26, :55.1, 1:22.4, 1:50.2. Hannelore Hanover (Yannick Gingras) would try to take the lead before the first quarter but she had to settle for the pocket trip. She would follow the whole way.

The favourite Pasithea Face S would make her bid first over on the back stretch heading for the turn but she just didn't have it today. Last week she set the track record (1:50.4) but ended up fourth best today.

Emoticon Hanover was pressured a little bit by Hannelore Hanover (Swan For All), in the stretch but she found another gear to get the easy win. Hannelore Hanover barely hung on for second as Caprice Hill, another daughter of Kadabra, came charging late to finish third.

Emoticon Hanover, who is owned by Determination Stable of Quebec and trained by Luc Blais, won for the second time this season. She has 13 life time wins but none faster than the world record of 1:50.2.

Crawford Open To Resolve

Resolve, with trainer Ake Svanstedt at the controls, trotted to an easy win in the Crawford Farms Open Trot worth $170,000.

Crazy Wow (Yannick Gingras) set all the early fractions, :27, :56.1, 1:23.2 and Resolve (Muscle Hill) made his move first over at the top of the back stretch. By the three-quarter mark the six-year-old, who is owned by Hans Enggren, would pull almost even before taking over at the top of stretch and firing home in 1:51.4.

Cufflink Hanover (Corey Callahan) would ride the pocket for the whole trip coming up to finish second. Flanagan Memory (Brian Sears) would fire late to finish third. Marion Marauder (Scott Zeron) came flying late to finish fourth in the field of 10.

Resolve won for the fourth time this season. It was Resolve's 18th win in his career and set the track record at Tioga Downs for an aged horse in 1:51.4.

Artiscape To Pure Country

Pure Country (Somebeachsomewhere) would go gate-to wire to capture the $158,000 Artiscape with Mark MacDonald aboard. She would put up all the fractions :26.4, :55.1, 1:22.1, 1:50.1.

Owned by Diamond Creek Racing and trained by Jimmy Takter, Pure Country was recording her second win of the season. The four-year-old mare now has 22 career wins.

Frost Damage Blues (Corey Callahan) would come up to get second and the favorite, Nike Franco N (Tim Tetrick) finished third.

W.N. Reynolds Memorial Winners

In The Judge Moore (first division) race for freshman trotting colts and geldings It was Keystone Apache (David Miller) to get the win for a purse of $40,450.

Im Trigger Happy (Corey Callahan) won The Lorraine ($45,330) for two year-old filly pacers. Farsetti Hanover (Marcus Miller) took the second division of The Judge Moore.

Closing Statement (David Miller), was victorious in the first division of The Tar Heel ($33,250) for freshman pacing colts & geldings.

Bills Lady (Tim Tetrick) won the The Meda ($64,700) for freshman filly trotters. She equalled the track record for freshman filly trotters with a mile of 1:55.1.

Karpathian Kid (David Miller)would take the second division of The Tar Heel ($33,250).
(files, Tioga)

 














 
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