Day At The Track

Late Fall Maryland Sire Stakes for Freshmen

02:30 AM 13 Nov 2017 NZDT
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Ross Wolfenden, harness racing
Ross Wolfenden
Maryland Sired freshman kick off three weeks of harness racing stakes at Rosecroft Raceway with some familiar faces and some new ones finding the winners circle in the first week of preliminaries on Saturday night.
The first split for filly trotters opened the non-wagering card. Gaagaa Gone (Googoo Gaagaa) was back on her best behavior with regular driver Corey Callahan back in the bike romping to an eleven length victory in 1:58 with Whitesvilleshirley up for place. Corey also owns and bred Gaagaa Gone and Richard Hans trains.
The first division for pacing colts and geldings saw Bo Breeze (Nuclear Breeze) return to the winners circle for the first time since mid-summer coming from fifth at the half to take a ¾ length lead over Makin Money Fast in 1:55.4 mile. Shawn Murray trains for owner Murry Stable LLC. Reinsman Corey Callahan picked up the catch drive.
The second division for trotting fillies saw several leader changes with Four Deuces (Four Starz Robro) picking up her first stakes win with Brian Burton in the bike over TV Sensation in 2:00.2. Kelley Rogers is the owner/breeder and Judy Welty trains the filly.
Ross Wolfenden, picking up the drive for the injured Roger Plante Jr., guided Allie's Finale (Allie's Western) to his sixth win in nine starts stopping the timer in 1:55.1 for owners Leblanc Racing, Count De Money Stable, W. Lutz Jr., and J. Stuart. Steve LeBlanc is the trainer. Lloyd's All In was second.
The preliminaries continue Sunday night Nov. 12th with three non-wagering events starting at 5:40.
By Cheri Stambaugh
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