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Cleangame (7g Ouragon du Celland-Red Bell) took today’s 42nd edition of the Grand Prix du Sud-Ouest (purse 150,000€, 2750 meters autostart) held at Toulouse La Cepiere in France. Trainer Jean Michel Bazire teamed the 3/10 favorite to his 28th career victory in 45 starts now for 1,050,870€ earned. In winning this Gr. II UET Masters Series 2019 event.  Cleangame has replaced the late stablemate Aubrion du Gers as Bazire’s top trotteur. He is owned by J-M Rancoule and was bred by Alain Louis Beaumont. Today Cleangame raced in the death seat for much of the journey before moving to the lead off the final bend. He bested 11/1 Balbir (8g Ganymede-Manzir( with Mickael Cormy the driver/trainer and third finishing 16/1 Bilooka du Boscail (8f Look de Star-Mirza di Vicie) with Yves Hurel aboard. Before today Cleangame was not among the UET Masters top 25 point winners. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Trebol (12m Hot Blues-Sally Can Wait) had his win streak ended at 56 today at the Hipodrom Torre del Ram as he finished third in the Premi NIT de Llevant (600€ purse, 2100 meters autostart) to the winning Cuore des Pres (7g Allison Hollow-Laica des Pres) that was clocked in 1.15kr, his lifetime speed record. He recorded his 27th career victory in 115 starts. Goliat de Clide (3m Infinitif-Ona de Clide SB) was second and his career record now stands at 12 wins in 18 outings. Trebol had earned 56 consecutive victories before today starting in 2017 when he won eight in a row followed by 28 and 20 in 2018 and 2019. He now shows 88 career wins in 151 starts for 688,006€ earned. His pedigree is shown below and the long winning streak is one for the record book that may not be beaten anytime soon. What a story and what a trotter. TREBOL 30/03/2007 688.006,00 € - Macho Trotador Español 1' 11'' 00 (27/05/2016)     HOT BLUES (FR)01/06/1995 159.048,60 € Trotteur Francais 1' 14'' 40 (31/12/2006)           SALLY CAN WAIT (SE)25/04/1996 31.104,00 € Trotador Extranjero 1' 13'' 70 (19/12/2004)       VARIK D'ILCINO (FR)01/01/1987 113.582,00 € Trotteur Francais 1' 17'' 60 (31/12/1987)       QUICHE DE FAVAR (FR)01/01/1982 16.669,00 € Trotteur Francais 1' 21'' 80 (31/12/1982)       PRINCE MYSTIC (US)01/01/1986 278.031,00 € 1' 12'' 20 (31/12/1986)       DIANA WINDSWEPT (SE)25/02/1978 13.370,00 € Trotador Extranjero 1' 15'' 40 (31/12/1978) JAMES PILE (FR)15/04/1975 112.324,00 € Trotteur Francais 1' 17'' 80 (31/12/1975) OMBRE DU CHENE (FR)01/01/1980 7.401,00 € Trotteur Francais 1' 21'' 00 (31/12/1980)     ISSIGEAC MABON (FR)01/01/1950 46.642,00 € Trotteur Francais 1' 19'' 00 (31/12/1950) ILLUSION DE FAVAR (FR)01/01/1974 8.796,00 € Trotteur Francais 1' 23'' 40 (31/12/1974)     MYSTIC PARK (US)06/04/1979 326.430,00 € 1' 12'' 70 (31/12/1979) PRINCESS CROWN (US)01/01/1979 15.853,00 € 1' 16'' 30 (31/12/1979)     SMOKEY WINDSWEPT (US)01/01/1962 75.270,00 € 1' 15'' 80 (31/12/1962) VACKRA DIANA (SE)01/01/1968 Trotador Extranjero by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

Today’s STL Gold Svenskt Masterskap V75 at Aby, Sweden (500,000SEK to the winner, 2640 meters autostart, 12 starters) went to 1.11.7kr timed Milliondollarrhyme (5g Ready Cash-Nursury Rhyme-Credit Winner) in rein to harness racing trainer Fredrik B. Larsson, his fourth 2019 victory in 13 starts and 10th career win. His life earnings increased to 3,038,000SEK. Digital Ink (10g Super Photo Kosmos) was second for trainer/driver Robert Bergh and owner Stall TZ (Stefan Melander). Third went to Racing Mange (6m Orlando Vici) with his pilot and trainer Joakim Lovgren. On the same card was the Gr. II National Sto-SM (500,000SEK to the winner, 2140 meters autostart, 12 starters) with 80/1 Global Upper Style (5f SJs Caviar-Platinim Shine-Viking Kronos) scoring in 1.12.4kr for trainer Peter Untersteiner and reinsman Ulf Ohlsson. It was her first 2019 victory and eighth for the career, now for 3,125,066SEK in life earnings. Cash Crowe (6f Ready Cash) and Speedy Foxy Vicane (10f Chouchou des Dames) trailed the winner. The good card also saw 25/1 Bonnies Celebrity (6g Celebrity Secret) win the Monte SM (250,000SEK to the winner) for Tova Bengtsson. The Larlings SM (125,000SEK first prize) this day went to 9/1 Maggie Cash (4f Djali Boko) with Victor Rosleff up for trainer Jerry Riordan. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

The 5.2/1 odds Winoc SB (5g Sholty Boko-Kitti-Valley Guardian) took today’s Evi Segedhajro Kupa (purse 400,000Huf, 1900 meters autostart) at Kincsem Park, clocked in 1.17.5kr with Kitti Fajszes at the lines for trainer Zoltan Horvath.  The victory was his second in only eight 2019 appearances. ZSwarovski (8g Simb Illusion) was a rallying second for driver Balint Nyilasi and trainer Jozsef Rutkai. Third was Pozsony (10f Wall Street Banker) with Peter Erdei the reinsman. In the pre-wagering card newly appearing two year olds continued to make their debut and this day Firefly Shadow (2f Farifant-Lightyear Blabjerq) qualified in 1.22.8kr over 1800 meters autostart. Roland Balogh teamed the Rutkai trainee that was sired by Farifant (2002 m, And Arifant-Bahama-Coktail Jet) that raced as an aged performer in the USA for Team Lorentzen and then returned to Finland for stallion duty. He was a scary fast horse. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Showing great closing speed after a three-wide move in the backstretch, Italy’s Zacon Gio pulled away in the stretch to win the $1 million Yonkers International Trot at Yonkers Raceway. Driven by Roberto Vecchione, Zacon Gio is a world champion four-year-old stallion by Ruty Grif and is undefeated in 2019 after nine starts. The seventh race feature at 1 ¼ mile started off with USA’s Atlanta (Yannick Gingras), out trotting Switzerland’s Uza Josselyn (Erik Adielsson) for control of the early lead going to the opening quarter mile in :28.1. Denmark’s Slide So Easy (Ake Svanstedt) was sitting in third place behind Atlanta. Past the half mile marker in a slow :59.1, Atlanta was still firmly in command with Uza Josselyn parked on the outside as Zacon Gio and Vecchione was second over in the flow to the three-quarters in 1:28. It was then that Vecchione asked Zacon Gio to go three-wide and his trotter took off, looped around Uza Josselyn and at the mile marker in 1:55.4, had collared Atlanta. Zacon Gio then cleared to the lead and went on to win by three and one-quarter lengths in 2:24.1. Slide So Easy was second with Marion Marauder (Scott Zeron) third. It was the 11th straight win for Zacon Gio, who is trained by Holger Ehlert and owned by Franco Giuseppe of Napoli, Italy. He paid $4.30 to win. “I saw that Uza Josselyn was not going to get the lead so I stay on the outside,” said winning driver Roberto Vecchione. “Once I cleared to the lead, I knew that we would bring it home. He has won 11 races in a row and some of those races were world record miles. He showed he has the potential to win this race. I credit his trainer for keeping him in good shape all season.” The $250,000 Harry Harvey Memorial Trot took place in the eighth race at 1 ¼ mile and early on it was Will Take Charge (Jordan Stratton) out dueling Emoticon Hanover (Daniel Dube) for the lead by the opening quarter mile in :28. Rich And Miserable (Tyler Buter) came first-over going to the half mile in :56.2 with Mission Accepted (Yannick Gingras) grabbing the second-over cover on the outside. Past the three-quarters in 1:26, Rich And Miserable began to show he was tiring and by the mile in 1:54.4, he began to quit as Mission Accepted moved to first-over and came after Will Take Charge. Down the stretch Mission Accepted was the strong horse, going on to win going away by two and three-quarter lengths in 2:23.4, which was two fifths of a second faster than the International Trot went in. Custom Cantab (David Miller) closed well to be second with Will Take Charge third. It was the fifth win this year for Mission Accepted. The four-year-old stallion by Manofmanymissions is trained by Ron Burke and is owned by Burke Racing Stable, Knox Services and D. Wills and Weaver-Bruscemi. He paid $5.90 to win. For full results and entries, click here. By Steve Wolf, for Harneslink

Face Time Bourbon (4m Ready Cash-Vita Bourbon-Love You) easily won today’s UET 400,000€ Grand Prix held at Vermo racecourse, Helsinki, Finland. Harness racing driver Bjorn Goop reined the 1.48/1 odds favorite for trainer Sebastien Guarato and owner Scuderia Bivans Srl. The victory was his 16th in a 19 race career now for 933,550€ earned after the 200,000€ first prize today. Goop had the winner placed third on the pegs early from post four and then moved behind cover with a lap remaining. He then brushed three wide on the backside of the last lap and it was essentially over. Face Time Bourbon, perhaps the top four year old in Europe, was a five length winner over Frisbee d’Am (4m The Best Madrik-Miska des Rondes-Extreme Aunou) piloted by Alexandre Abrivard and Mister F Daag (4m Conway Hall-Miss Love-Love You) with Robin Bakker teaming for Paul Hagoort. Race time was 1.10.7kr over the 2120 meter autostart course. Chart and photos follow: Earlier on the Vermo card was the EM-3 for 60,000€ to the winner of this 2120 meter autostart test. The undefeated Ecurie D (3m Infinitif-To Soon-Muscle Yankee) remained so for teamster Bjorn Goop and timed in 1.13.5kr. It was not without a scare as the 1.3/1 favorite was offstride before the start and far behind the field. He caught the rivals at the halfway point and Goop patiently waited until the final bend before engaging the leaders. In the lane he was much the best and defeated Golden Dream ME (3m Buzzin Brian-TJ Mixy-Armbro Plush) with Noralf P. Braekken up and the third finishing Raskolnikov Frido (3m Muscle Hill-Hulda Frido-Love You) reined by Santtu Raitala. The winner is trained by Frode Hamre for owner Jean Pierre Dubois and now has an eight-race win streak. Between these events was the EM-5 for 50,000€ to the winner of the 2120 meters autostart event. Stonecapes Queila (5f Otello Pierji-Fast Food US-SJs Caviar) scored, timed in 1.11.9kr for Hannu Torvinen. She defeated Portland (5m Ganymede-Eiffe;l Bi-Sugarcane Hanover) reined by trainer Bjorn Goop, with third earned by Hotshot Luca (5m Dream Vacation-Emma Rose-Andover Hall) with Pekka Korpi aboard. The winner recorded her 12th career victory in 31 outings with seven wins this year. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

It's hard to believe but today (down under, tomorrow in North America) harness racing's www.harnesslink.com celebrates its 17th birthday.  Harnesslink is the brainchild of international horse agent, John Curtin (J.C. International), who 17 years ago saw a need for a world-wide harness racing website that put online the latest harness racing news from around the globe. John says, "Our policy is to keep improving every single day - 365 days of the year. We have staff working every day of the year to bring you all the latest harness racing news from every corner of the world. When Harnesslink launched in 2002 there were only four harness racing websites on the internet, so we've been in a unique position to have watched the harness racing community embrace the technological world during this time. It has been our pleasure to keep harness racing fans around the world informed of what is happening within our sport. We are projected to have over 3 million unique IP users in 2019, which will make Harnesslink the world’s most read harness racing site. "We will also have some blockbuster improvements to our website shortly," Curtin added.  We are still looking for ways to improve and provide you, our customers, with better coverage throughout the world, we continously strive to do this! We currently have more than 170,000 photos in our library and over 250,000 articles. If any of our readers have a worthy news item, please feel free to send it to news@harnesslink.com and we will do our best, as always, to print your article. We'd like to thank all of you for coming back regularly to read Harnesslink, if you're reading this you're obviously one of our faithful followers and we thank you. From the staff at Harnesslink

The past Saturday's Kincsem Park harness racing program showcased the Disco DIJ (purse 600,000Huf, 1960 meters distance handicap) with victory to the 1.8/1 favorite Timoteo (7m Abano As-Ghirlanda As-Diamond Way) handled by trainer Veljko Mazsity. Race time was 1.20.1kr. Villam Ville (5g Beissinger Hanover-Izaville-Endless Sands) took second for reinsman Goran Zolnaji and third was Henrik Ibsen AT (7m Worship-Her Own Child-Imposant Sund) with Csaba Lakatos at the lines. Earlier on the card was the Nyereten Ketevesek (two year olds, 400,000Huf purse, 1800 meters autostart) with the 1.21.1kr timed victory to Brilians BD (2f Brillantissime-Ici Love-Love You) with trainer Imre Fezekas at the lines. She bested Bing Crosby AT (2m Amiral Sund-Silent Yankee-Yankee Glide) with Tibor Hajnal up with Boisphorus N (2m Lucky Boy-Iarissa Urby-Kramer Boy) third for pilot Branislav Mukity. The day’s program also saw 2.4/1 Annuska (3f The Lindy Reserve-Inzulin-Valley Guardian) score for Sandor Kolozsi and trainer Istvan Papp timed in 1.21.3kr, her second victory in three 2019 outings. Before the wagering card was a qualifier for two year olds that went to Bo Capar (2g Calypso Capar-Rona Szepe) with Andrea Nagyvary up for trainer Imre Fazekas. The sire Calypso Capar (by Supergill) has produced a number of good gaited young performers starting their careers in 2018-19. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

The harness racing trotter Empire (3m Vasterbo Prestige-Gossip Gal-SJs Caviar) took this day’s Dansk Trav Kriterium at Copenhagen’s Charlottenlund racecourse. Ken Ecce teamed the 1.14.1kr timed winner for trainer Tomas Malmqvist and owner Panamera Racing. The race was contested over 2500 meters autostart for a purse of 680,000 krona with 340,000kr to the winner. The big chestnut colt now has six victories in 2019 and for his career with 651,860kr in life earnings. Emoji (3m Broad Bahn-Shelovesyoubutcher-Love You) was second for pilot Birger Jorgensen and Extreme (3m Chocolatier-Swiss Watch-From Above) took third money with Jeppe Juel at the lines. Denmark sends its Slide So Easy to the Yonkers International from post one with Ake Svanstedt listed as the pilot. Replay: http://fasttrackreplays.webstream.dk/Page?action=action_show_runners&date=2019-10-06&trackno=1&raceno=7 by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Cokstile (Norwegian bred) took the prestigious Grand Premi Delle Nazioni – Edy Gubellini (purse 275,000€, 2250 meters autostart) this weekend at Milano La Maura’s 1050 meter track. The six year old son of Quite Easy-Joystile-Coktail Jet) was reined by Antonio DiNardo for trainer Gennaro Casillo to the 1.11.2kr timed victory, a record for the distance. Starting from post two Cokstile was in front for much of the journey and was an easy winner by three lengths over Vitruvio (4m Adrian Chip-Tigre OM-Zebu) teamed with Alessandro Gocciadoro who sent five trainees in this event. Vivid Wise As (4m Yankee Glide-Temple Blue Chip-Cantab Hall) took third money for V.P. Dell’Annunziato with fourth to the Jean Michel Bazire trainee Bel Avis (8g Ganymede-Gloria Maris-Workaholic) that Andrea Guzzinati catch drove. The race honored the late Edy Gubellini that developed and piloted numerous classic winners and internationally renowned performers. He won the Lotteria Prize twice, the Italian Derby and the Nazioni (with Micron Hanover). The GP Nazioni has been of special history to special horses that graced its victory celebration (Icare IV, Quick Song, Timothy T and Wayne Eden among others). It is relevant that today the post positions were drawn for the 60th edition of the International Trot scheduled for October 12 at Yonkers Raceway. Italy has a starter in Zacon Gio to be teamed with Roberto Vecchione for trainer Holger Ehlert. He will start from post five in this race for a US$1 million purse. He was expected to battle Face Time Bourbon in the UET Finale at Helsinki before the International invitation. The lineups for the International and UET Finale are shown below.  by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

The gallant Spanish warrior Trebol (12m, Hot Blues-Sally Can Wait-Prince Mystic) scored in the Premi Maharajah (150€ to the winner, 2280 meters autostart) at the Hipodrom Municipal de Mao, his 56th straight victory in his home country after returning from a successful campaign in France. Cuadro Sa Farola owns the winner that D. Bosch II piloted to his 20th win this year and 88th in a 150- race career. His earnings are now 687,916€ with this 1.20.7kr score to go with a lifetime speed mark of 1.11kr. Trebol left from post six and surged three-wide to the front in the second circuit before drawing away in the final bend. And Only Visais and Bonheur de Breslais trailed Trebol to the line. Trebol won 28 times in 2018 and eight in 2017 to go with 20 triumphs this year. Quite a feat. Quite a horse! Here is the replay of the race: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IW_06NG3xbc by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Bavarois du Varlet (8g Laetenter Diem-Hera du Varlet) recorded a start to finish victory in the Grand Prix de la Martinique Finale at Madinia Martinique. The race was contested over 2600 meters for a 7,000€ purse with the race time of 1.22.8kr over a deep turf course. J.L. Langeron teamed the winner for owner/trainer Corinne Gleize as he won for the 11th time in his career now for 51,949€ earned. Boycott (8g Goetmals Wood-Mine d’Or) was second for owner/trainer/driver Christine Lebreton. Third went to Al Zamil (9g Goetmals Wood-Ivory Pearl) handled by Raymond Saint-Rose. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

October 4, 2019 - Nancy America (8f Revenue-Camargue) rallied around the final turn to head then leading Jerry Mom (6g Ready Cash-Graziella) and then held off surging Jerry Mom for a half-length harness racing victory clocked in 1.14.1kr in the Prix Charley Mills (purse 67,000€, 2850 meters) at Paris-Vincennes, the race named for the legendary trainer Charley Mills. The winner was teamed by Yoann Lebourgeois to her seventh victory in France to raise her career earnings to 368,128€. Jerry Mom was teamed by Pierre Vercruysse for trainer Jo Corbanie. Third home was Alinea (9g Baccarat du Pont) with Charles J. Bigeon the pilot. Earlier in the week the trotting action was at Meslay-des-Maine and it featured the Grand Prix Anjou Maine (Gr. III, purse 90,000€, 2875 meters, International). The 25-meter handicapped Cleangame (7g Ouragon de Celland-Red Bell) scored in 1.13.5kr for trainer Jean Michel Bazire at the lines for owner J-M Rancoule. This was the 27th career victory for Cleangame and raised his earnings to 983,970€ for his career. Ce Bello Roman (7g Jam Pridem) took second for Anthony Barrier and third was another 25-meter handicapped performer Bugsy Malone (8g Ready Cash) with Yoann Lebourgeois up for trainer Philippe Allaire. Gross Weight (8g Scarlet Knight) was fourth handled by Theo Duvaldestin. Thomas H. Hicks  

September 28, 2019 - Saturday’s harness racing action at Kincsem Park featured the Idomero DIJ and the 13th annual Ugeto Yearling Sale.   The sale saw 17 yearlings presented with 11 sold for an average of 2,231,000Huf (USD $7,273).   The three sale toppers were all consigned and raised by Kabala Menes Kft.:   Hip 9, Classic Boy (m, Zola Boko-Elegant Lady), 4,350,000HUf   Hip 17, Csipkedd Magad! (m, Maximus Lindy-Gyorgulj!), 3,600,000Huf   Hip 15, Compact Boy (m, Oreicchietti-Titan Lady), 2,500,000Huf   The racing program began with two years contesting the Ketevesek Versenye (400,000Huf purse, 1800 meters autostart) and 1.6/1 Bazsiville (2g Calypso Capar-Izaville-Endless Sands) scored from post four for Andrea Fazekas and trainer Imre Fazekas.    She is now unbeaten in two outings with this 1.19.9kr timed score.   2.3/1 Brom Lady (2f Maximus Lindy) and 1.8/1 Blondina (2f Smok’n Lantern) were next to the line.   Bazsiville   The Evi Amator Kupa (400,000Huf purse, 1900 meters autostart) drew a fine group of amateur drivers and victory went to 3.5/1 Unika Vik (6f Cantab Hall-Nashville OM-Uronometro) clocked in 1.18.6kr and paired with Andrea Fazekas.   Goran Zolnaji traines the winner that was outfitted with trotting hopples.   13.5/1 Szachajin with Zoltan Gyolai up and 1.6/1 favorite Uptown Boy M reined by Valentin Miskolcsik trailed the winner. Unika Vik   The featured Idomero DIJ (600,000Huf purse, 2400 meters autostart) saw 5.1/1 Rocky HR (7m Roc de Montfort-Times-SJs Photo) score in 18.7kr for trainer/driver Balazs Juhasz to improve his 2019 sale to two wins and nine placings.   6/1 odds Disney HR (6f Light Up de Vonnas-Times-SJs Photo) was second with Andrea Fazekas up for trainer Juhasz.   Third was 3.6/1 Auron Ville (3g Calypso Capar-Izaville-Endless Sands) handled by Gyorgy Horvath for trainer Imre Fazekas.   Rocky HR   Thomas H. Hicks  

September 29, 2019 - Zaniah Bi (4f Equinox Bi-Fendi Bi-Sugarcane Hanover) took today’s harness racing Grand Premio Continentale (purse 154,000€, 2060 meters autostart, 11 starters) at Bologna (804 meter track) clocked in 1.12.5kr. Alessandro Gocciadoro teamed the mare that was bred by and owned by Az. Agr. Biasuzzi Srl. She recorded her eighth victory in 24 appearances. Zefir Gar (4m Varenne-Georgette Gar-Lemoin Dra) held for second for Mario Minopoli Jr. and Zaire Wise As (4m Maharajah-Southwind Pomona-Dream Vacation) was third handled by Andrea Guzzinati. The companion Grand Premio Continentale Filly (purse 88,000€, 1660 meters autostart, 12 starters) went to 1.12.3kr timed Zoe AMG (4f Nad Al Sheba-Iride-Supergill) with Gaetano DiNardo at the lines for her eighth victory in a 46 race career. Zoe AMG She was off at 64.8/1. Zanzibar Wise As (4f Muscle Massive-Lovely Fame-Varenne) was next for Andrea Guzzinati and third home was Zara (4f Quaker Jet-Noche di Jesolo-Self Possessed) with Romeo Gallucci up. Thomas H. Hicks  

The Saturday Solvalla harness racing program showcased two elims of the Grand Prix de L’UET 2019, each with 200,000SEK to the winners, each raced over 2140 meters autostart.   The first elim went to 14.3/1 Lewis Ale (4m Andover Hall-Ripley-Ride The Night) timed in 1.11.9kr with Mika Forss driving for trainer Thomas Korvenoja and Finland’s Lewis Ale Stable. This one now has eight career wins in 15 starts.   Stolethedshow (4m Dream Vacation-Abba Hall) was next for Christoffer Eriksson and third went to Forfantone AM (4m Muscle Hill-Tamla Celeber-Cantab Hall) for Orjan Kihlstom.   The second elim went to 2.6/1 Graceful Swamp (4m So Perfect-Zora Kemp-Majestic Son) timed in 1.12.6kr. Ari Mollanen teamed the winner that was bred and is owned in Finland and is sired by a son of Coktail Jet. He now has 29 career victories in 35 starts. Norwegian bred Max Brady (4m Cantab Hall- Hope Brady-Ganymede) was next for Geir Vegard Gundersen and third was Donatello Garbo (4m Wishing Stone-Genya Garbo) handled by Orjan Kihlstrom.   Later in the card was the Vermo Areena (300,000SEK to the winner, 2140 meters autostart, 12 aged five- seven starters) and 1.7/1 Milliondollarrhyme (5g Ready Cash-Nursery Rhyme-Credit Winner) scored in 1.11.6kr for Ulf Ohlsson and trainer Fredrik B. Larsson. Two Ready Cash offspring were second and third, Very Kronos with Erik Adielsson uo, and Esprit Sisu with Bjorn Goop teaming. This pair are trained by Svante Bath.   Early this day were two division of the Svenskn Travsports Unghdsterie. Each carried a 70,000SEK first each prize and each was raced over 2140 meters autostart by three year olds.   The filly division went to 24/1 Valuta E.W. (3f Chocolatier-Afrodite Sund-Supergill) timed in 1.14.6kr and reined by Erik Adielsson for trainer Bath. She has three 2019 wins in seven outings. The colt division went to 1.13.4kr timed and 2.4/1 odds Hail Mary (3m Googoo Gaagaa-Dreams US-Victory Dream) trained and reined by Robert Bergh. He has three 2019 in four starts, this being the career.   Thomas H. Hicks

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