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Saturday’s trotting card at Kincsem Park saw 5/1 Trenczen (7m Ata Star L-Eperjes) win the Katok Handicap (purse 400,000Huf, 1900 meters autostart) clocked in 1.17.8kr. Istvan Papp teamed his trainee to victory over Underworld with Emil Csordas aboard and Salihamidzic handled by Lajos Marton. The Falklamd DIJ (purse 400,000Huf, 1900 meters autostart) brought out a 1.19.2kr victory by Alom Szepe (3f Calypso Capar-Rona Szepe) handled by Andrea Nagyvary for trainer Imre Fazekas and owner Pimri Bt. Fazekas began the career of another two year old on the pre-card qualifying event as he teamed the trainee Bad Girl (2f Quiris-C’est la Guerre) to a 1.27.2kr victory. The dam has been a consistent producer of winners such as stakes winners Nana 1.15.2kr and Ollyan nincs 1.14kr, both trained and reined by Imre Fazekas during their racing careers. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

Saturday’s trotting action at Kincsem Park in Budapest, Hungary, featured the classic Oszi Kiserleti Verseny (purse 1,500,000Huf, 1960 meters distance handicap). The 9.9/1 odds and 20 meter handicapped Villam Ville (4g Beissinger Hanover-Izaville) scored in 1.17.4kr for Andrea Nagyvary, driving for trainer Imre Fazekas. The 13/1 Time To Say Goodbye, a son of Maximus Lindy, rallied for second, starting from a 40 meter handicap with Lajos Marton up. 2.3/1 Zseneroz was third for Mitja Slavic. The co-feature was the Illetmeny DIJ (purse 600,000Huf, 1800 meters autostart), named after the legendary son of Valley Guardian. The 1.1/1 favorite Zeal Di Girifalco (3m Igor Font-Invicta d’italia) timed in 1.19.5kr and reined by Veljko Mazsity. The 15.6/1 Timoko RL and 23.4/1 Szilvas trained the impressive winner. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Andrea Nagyvary (a) piloted Utrillo d’Amour (8g Balexis du Mouty-Jorgane d’Amour-Tak Tak) to victory in today’s featured Baka Handicap (purse 1,100,000Huf, 4200 meters distance handicap), overcoming a 40 meter handicap. The 1.24kr timed win, for harness racing trainer Imre Fazekas, over the marathon distance, was over second finishing Oszi Feny (8m Wall Street Banker-Sugar-Mill H) and trainer/driver Imre Fazekas, that overcame a 60 meter penalty. Third was 40 meter handicapped Ruby Reeves (6g Wall Street Banker-Jade-Valley Guardian) driven by Mitja Slavic for trainer Balazs Juhasz, who was in Paris this day finishing second in the annual international drivers competition. The undercard included the Oroshaza Varos DIJA (purse 600,000Huf, 1960 meters distance handicap) and favorite Romi Mms (6f Turbo Sund-Goldy LB-Self Possessed) prevailed in 1.16.7kr for driver Mitja Slavic and trainer Marko Slavic, of SLO. Amazing Koks (9g Jailhouse Joey-Data Star Index-Ata Star L) took second for trainer/driver Lajos Marton, ahead of Orderly (9f Yankee Glide-Dearest Dimling-Utra Ducal) and trainer/driver Csaba Lakatos. Two year-olds battled in the GY&GY Istallo DIJA (purse 500,000HUf, 1800 meters autostart) with victory to Wotan (2g Maximus Lindy-Lezer-Baltic Pet) timed in 1.23.1kr for Imre Fazekas, also trainer. Violetta (2f Racino-Franciska-Witsends Speedy) was second for Zsokt Vereb and trainer Sandor Varga. Villeneuve (2m Pilgrims Taj-Brisco Emma-Briso Robertto) earned third for Sandor Kolozsi and trainer Laszlo Kolozsi. The Oroshazi Lovas DIJA (purse 400,000Huf, 1800 meters autostart) for aged performers went to 1.20kr timed Oklahoma Font (8f Toss Out-Divine Child-Mr. Lavec) with Lilla Horvath the pilot for trainer Judit Kele. Titus Livius (4m Incredible Cole-Juci-Valley Guardian) was second and third went to San Francisco (5m Medic Hanover-Kentucky Girl-LV Glory Bound) for Ferenc Nagy II. Plans are in place for the annual December 31 celebration “Ugeto Szilveszter”. Thomas H. Hicks    

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