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No Whip Chip upsets in Open Trot

09:44 AM 08 Apr 2019 NZST
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LEBANON, OH - No Whip Chip upset a full field of Open harness racing Trotters at Miami Valley on Sunday afternoon (April 7), returning $53.20 for a $2 win bet.

Dan Noble was in the sulky behind the 7-year-old Victory Sam gelding, who was bred by his late father Sam 'Chip' Noble, is owned by his mother Deborah Noble and trained by his sister Meredith Noble.

Dan got away fourth in the ten-horse field, opted for a first-up trip on the outside before the half, then cleared to the front before the three-quarters, and sailed home an open lengths winner in 1:54.

The clocking represents a new lifetime mark for No Whip Chip, who has now won 19 races in 99 career starts and banked $183,207 for the Noble family.

Favored Mugshot Man (Trace Tetrick) finished second while Lets Go Bucks (Kyle Ater) grabbed the show laurels.

The 3-4 exacta combination returned a healthy $143.20 and a winning 3-4-7 $2 trifecta ticket paid $1632.

Racing resumes Monday and Tuesday afternoons at Miami Valley at 2:05 p.m. each day.

Features will be a pair of $15,000 elimination heats of the James K. Hackett Memorial for 3-year-old Ohio-sired filly trotters on Monday; and another duo of Hackett eliminations for the Ohio-sired trotting colts on Tuesday.


Gregg Keidel

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