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The 7/10 favorite Bugsy Malone (7g Ready Cash-Night Captain) scored today at Royan La Palmyre in the 9th leg of the Trophee Vert (purse 45,000 euro, 3100 meters distance handicap, 18 starters). Driver Yoann Lebourgeois teamed the Philippe Allaire owned and trainerd veteran to his 23rd career victory in 43 starts now for 659,060 euro earned. The winner overcame a 50 meter starting penalty to win easily in 1.14.4kr (mile rate 1:59.1 over the grass and 3150 meters, 1.96 miles traveled). Truly remarkable performance!!! The 17/1 Utile Lebel (10g Biesolo) was second for trainer/driver Christophe Feyte and 10/1 Bebert Express (7g Tenor de Baune) was third for F.P. Bossuet. 104/1 Agothe de Reuttles and 76/1 Bon Copain were fourth and fifth. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

At Mikkeli Finland the featured international Prix Saint Michel event raced over 1609 meters autostart for a total purse of 140,000 euro, went to rallying 2/5 favorite Heavy Sound (6g Ken Warkentin-Illustre November-Viking Kronos) clocked in 1.09.5kr (151.82 mile rate) and driven by Kenneth Haugstad for trainer Daniel Reden. The winner recorded his fifth 2018 victory in seven starts and his 16th for the career in 34 appearances. His career earnings are now 676,080n euro, The 8.1/1 Pastore Bob (5g From Above-Estrada OR-Supergill) was a game second for trainer/driver Johan Untersteiner. 37/1 Workout Wonder (6m Conway Hall-Dear Abs-Muscles Yankee) was third for driver Tommi Kylliainen, ahead of 44.1 Midnight Hour and 14/1 Elian Web. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Propulsion (7m Muscle Hill-Danae-Andover Hall) rallied from sixth at the half to zoom three wide entering the final bend to then wear down his foes for a 1.09.2kr victory in the V75 Gold Arjangs Sprinterlopp (600,000SEK to winner, 1640 meters autostart, 10 starters). Orjan Kihlstrom drove the winner for trainer Daniel Reden and Stall Zet. USA’s F.V. Caldwell and Bluestone Farms bred the champion now with 5,416,827SEK earned from an 8 4-2-2 slate this year. For the career he has 17,185,317SEK earned from a 28-11-7 slate in 59 appearances. Nadal Broline (8g Yankee Glide-Aimee’s Promise-American Winner) was second for Ulf Ohlsson ahead of Dante Boko (8g Going Kronos-Margherita Rosa-Abo Volo) was third for Adrian Kolgjini. Volstead and Arai Boko ended fourth and fifth. Australian bred Maori Time was a dq and Pingus Vang was scratched. On the undercard Betting Gangster (3m Going Kronos-Viola Silas-Lindy Lane) won a three-year-old event for driver Carl Johan Jepson and trainer Jerry Riordan. The winner earned 70,000SEK. Other interesting winners were Kissmeonceagain (8f Varenne-Princess Pleasure-Viking Kronos) for Per Nilsson to earn 100,000SEK, Bear Hope (5m SJs Caviar-Daily Mail-Muscles Yankee) for Bjorn Goop to earn 125,000SEK and Han Herred (5m Infinitif-Donna GT-Dungeness) driven by Ville Karhulahti to make 150,000SEK for Stall Inox and trainer Stig H. Johansson. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

The Cabourg trotting action began with the Prix d’Auranches (purse 32,000 euro, 2750 meters, 16 starters) and the 1.15.1kr winner was 8/1 Danae d’Ela (5f Jag de Bellouet-Sonate de Bruyere) for Jean Philippe Borodajke. The 25 meter penalized at 2.7/1 odds Datcha (5f The Best Madrik) was second for Yoann Lebourgeois, trainer Emmanuel Ruault and Ecurie Comte P. de Montesson. 34/1 Carla des Caraibes (6f Flash de Cosse) was third for Daniel Marcel Olivier. The Q+ was at Cabourg in the Prix du Sap (purse 38,000 euro, 2750 meters) with the 1.15.2kr timed win to 9/1 Astral de Baumee (8g Prince de Montfort-Lisade Baumee) for driver Francois Lagadeuc and owner/trainer Stephane Blot. Second was 7.3/1 Bellino d’Auvrecy (7m Ganymede-Lady d’Auvrecy) for Franck Nivard, ahead of 1.9/1 Alinea (8g Baccarat du Mont) that David Thomain piloted for trainer Christian Bigeon. 106/1 Bill Please (7f Ready Cash) and 86/1 Boss d’Ourville (7g Quaro) completed the top five and established at 354,750 euro exact order payoff.      Rapports (pour 2€) Tirelire 1.000.000 € - Numéro plus : 0735   Ordre :       354.750,00€   Désordre :       5.960,40€   Bonus 4 :       192,80€   Bonus 4sur5 :       79,60€   Bonus 3 :       15,60€               Cabourg’s Prix de Domfort (purse 35,000 euro, 250 meters, 10 starters) went to 1.17.2kr timed and 2.1/1 odds Family d’Arjeanc (3f Kaisy Dream-Nancy d’Ecajeul) with Clement Duvaldestin up for trainer Thierry Duvaldestin. 6.1/1 France America (3f Jasmin de Flore-America) was second handled by trainer Louis Baudron and third was 73/1 Framboise (3f Nectar-Victoria) Action at Cagnes sur Mer featured the Gr. III Prix de Villeneuve Loubet (purse 70,000 euro, 2925 meters, 10 starters) with the 1.13.5kr timed victory to 1.2/1 favorite Uniflosa Bella (10f Jag de Bellouet-Koctiflosa Gede). J.Ch. Feron teamed the J.P. Marmion trainee that Marmion owns and Remi Boucret bred. 1.2/1 co-favorite Cavalleria (6f Prodigious-Janga) held second for trainer/driver J.P. Ensch and 43/1 Uranium (10g Jag de Bellouet-L’Aventoriere) was third with owner/trainer Junior Guelpa aboard. Weekend top trots are Saturday at Arjang where Propulsion tussles with nine rivals for 600,000SEK first prize, and Sunday at Mikkeli where Peace Of Mind, Pastore Bob and Heavy Sound battle with five others for a total purse of 140,000euro. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink      

The 28/1 Twitter (9g Offshore Dream-Face For Ever) took today’s Prix de l’Opera (purse 58,000 euro, 2150 meters autostart, 16 European starters) clocked in 1.12.7kr and reined by Mathieu Mottier for trainer A.H. Post and owner Haras du Arctic of Holland. The 12/1 Vixel (9g Quido du Goutier) took second for trainer/driver Franck Ouvrie. 91/1 Viking Dream (9g Iserio-Helfie) was third handed by owner/trainer A.G. Maillard. 6.8/1 Lover Face (10g Love You) and 13/1 Baraka de Belleu (7f Prodigious) completed the top five and the outsiders led to no exact order ticket winner. The disorder top five payoff was 7,918 euro. The Prix de Rochechouart (purse 50,000 euro, 2150 meters autostart, 13 European starters) went to 15/1 odds and 1.12.8kr timed Dona Nina (5f Tucson-Quolombre Winner). The breeder/owner/trainer Jarmo Niskanen was at the lines. The 73/1 Vanity Luis (4f Ideale Luis-Cristina Luis) was a distant second driven by Francois Lagadeuc for trainer Mlle. Melanie Gibon. Third was 18/1 Volturina Jet (4f Ken Warkentin-Eterea) for Filippo Rocca and trainer Fausto Barelli. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Tuesday’s Q+ at Les Sables d’Olonne was the Prix Les Sables d’Olonne (purse 35,000 euro, 2775 meters, 16 European starters) with 20/1 Barbue (7f Hermes du Buisson-Harengere) the winner for driver Anthony Barrier. Race time was 1.13.3kr. The 33/1 Ulhior du Beziau(10m Orsy Dream) was second ahead of 13/1 Charmante Fierte (6f Quaro) and J.Ph. Monclin. 13/1 Cash Okay (6m Ready Cash) and 3/2 favorite Blues des Landiers completed the top five and led to an exact order winning ticket payoff of 16,327 euro. The Prix du Chateau d’Olonne (purse 26,000 euro, 2650 meters autostart, 15 European starters) went to 1.13.6kr timed and 9/10 favorite Eldrick Boko (7m Cantab Hall-Radiant Lindy) with trainer Matthieu Abrivard up for owner Natalia Becsmertnaya of Italy. The 9/1 Akir de Mai (8g Kid de Chenu) held second for Anthony Barrier and third was 20/1 Always Perfect (8g Prodigious-Oh Butterfly) for breeder/owner/trainer/driver Julien Dubois. On Saturday at Vicky driver Jean Michel Bazire increased his driving win today to 6,004. He passed the 5,000 mark in 2014 and remains at the top annually among reinsman in France. Bazire has also had significant training success with European trotting stalwarts Aubrion du Gers and Belina Josselyn. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

France turf trotting continued on Sunday with the Prix de la Ville d’Ecommoy (purse 32,000 euro, 2750 meters, 18 starters). The 1.18.6kr winner was 6/1 Clyde de la Roche (6g Oiseau de Feux-Saga Lettoral) with trainer Damien Bonne up for Ecurie de la Roche. 1.2/1 Crazy Well (6g Orlando Vici) was second for Matthieu Abrivard, the breeder/owner/trainer/driver. The 6.3/1 Ce Retour le Oscar (6g Le Retour) and Jean Michel Bazire took third, this one bred, owned and trained by Ludovic Guitton. At Isle Sur Sorgue was the Prix de la Societe du Cheval Francais (purse 32,000 purse, 2650 meters distance handicap, 16 starters) and the 1.16.4kr timed winner was 22/1 Bichon del Green (7g Quick Wood-Molly Speed) for driver Steve Stefano for trainer J.M. Roubaud. 53/1 Auteur (8g Overtrick) took second for Christopher Haret and third went to 34/1 Vent du Der (9g Lejacque d’Houlbec) for driver Emile Gout and trainer Richard Gout. Trots on turf continued Sunday at Hippodrome Madinina Martinque with the Prix des Begonias (purse 5,000 euro, 3800 meters) and this 1.23.1kr winner was Avis Contraire (8g Infant du Bossis-Jolie Prometteuse) for Alexandre Faive, the owner/trainer/driver. Boycott (7g Goetmals Wood) was second for owner/trainer/driver Christine Lebreton. Third was Bavarois du Varlet (7g Laetenter Diem) for driver J.L. Langeron and owner/trainer Corrinne Gleize. The Prix des Tulipes (5,000 euro purse, 3800 meters on turf, 7 starters) went to Ussein Royal (10g Lilium Madrik-Heloire) timed in 1.22.5kr for driver J,F, Gate and owner/trainer Christine Lebreton. Vlatou des Salines (9g Magnificent Rodney) was second for Solene Pach and trainer/owner J.L. Langeron with third to Titan Pierji (11g Jardy) for owner/trainer/driver Christophe Moise. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Berlin Mariendorf (Germany) hosted two three year old events today each for a total purse of 10,000 euro and raced over 1900 meters autostart. The filly division went to Avalon Mists (3f Pastor Stephen-Sunshine Bi) driven by Robin Bakker for trainer Paul Hagoort and owner AGM Groot Beheer BV. The 111.9 timed winner defeated Cahaya (3f Love You-C’est la Vie) with Dion P. Tesselaar up and Laura Vici (3f Orlando Vici-Lavaletta) for Michael Nimczyk. The colt division went to Very Impressive S (4m SJs Caviar-Verify) reined by Cees F. Kamminga in 1.13.4kr. Fabio de Pervenche (3m Love You-Her Way) was second for driver Danny Brower for trainer Paul Hagoort and stablemate CDs Boko (3g From Above-Celestial Boko) was third with Robin Bakker aboard. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink    

Sunday’s trotting action at Baden (Austria) featured the 3rd Championship de la Ville de Baden (purse 20,000 euro, 2100 meters autostart, 13 starters) and 16/1 Ulena Car (5f Garden Spot-Ghinea Car) led most of the way for a convincing victory timed in 1.14.7kr. Giampaolo Minnucci drove the winner for trainer Lorenzo Baldi and owner Stefano Ricci. 9/10 favorite Super Fez (7m Love You-Lucia FI) was second with Gabriele Gelormini up for trainer Gennaro Casillo and Cumana Group SRL. The 6.8/1 Stark Bi (7m Toss Out-No Reason Bi) was third for Rudolf Haller and 25/1 Electric Light (5m Going Kronos-USA Hornline) took fourth with Joseph Verbeeck the pilot. The Baden card included four PMU simulcast races and the FEGAT Ladies event that was won by Xena Venus with Nadja Reisenbauer aboard. In addition to the Baden Championship the other three PMU events were won by Lady Muscles (5f Muscle Hill-Chieftess) for Gerhard Mayr, Ritchirich Diamant (6m Conway Hall-Irinass) for Gerhard Biendl and Stravinskij Bigi (7h Self Possessed-Foscherara ATC) with Thomas Royer at the lines. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

The La Capelle racetrack in France featured Gr. II Prix de la Communaute de Communes Thierache Centre (total purse 100,000 euro, 1609 meters autostart, 11 starters in this 2nd leg of the Challenge du Trot Grand Vitesse, a UET Masters Series test)  and it was a superb race won by Bold Eagle (7m Ready Cash-Reethi Rah Jet) clocked in 1.10.8kr and reined by Franck Nivard. Sebastien Guarato trains the champion for Pierre Pilarski and he was bred by Jean Etienne Dubois. The Eagle left alertly, yielded to Un Mec d’Heripr and then regained the lead for the duration. The Eagle now has 41 wins in 54 career starts for 4,266,670 euro earned. He was off as the 1/10 favorite with 11/1 Un Mec d’Heripre (10m Orlando Vici-I Love You Darling) second for Franck Ouvrie. The 32/1 Billie de Montfort (7f Jasmin de Flore) was third for P-Y Verva, trainer Guarato and owner Philippe Dauphin. 17/1 Up And Quick (10m Buvetier d’Aunou-Fichtre) was fourth for Pierre Vercruysse, trainer Antoine Lherete and owner Ecurie Quick Star. Titty Jepson was fifth at 47/1. On the La Capelle undercard was the Prix de Cagnes sur Mer (purse 25,000 euro, 2750 meters, 15 starters) and 8.9/1 Bonefish Life (g Quatre Juillet-Izakaline) scored in 1.14.5kr for Pierre Vercruysse, trainer C.F. Kamminga and owner H.J. DeBoer. 8/1 Bequin d’Ali (7g Little Crack) was next for Bjorn Goop and 1.4/1 favorite Bilbao d’Ecajeul (7g Quaker Jet) was third for Romain Derieux. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink  

The 2.3/1 Diamanten (5m Adrian Chip-Iata Kill-Ata Star L) easily took today’s Gr. I Ulf Thoresens Grand International at Jarlsberg, Norway with Erik Adielsson aboard for trainer Stig H. Johansson and owner Lars Otten Froode. Race time was 1.11kr over 2100 meters autostart with 10 contestants vying for the 157,388 euro total purse. The 26/1 Trendy OK (6f Varenne-Annette Hanover-Sierra Kosmos) closed rapidly for second handled by trainer Alessandro Gocciadoro. 17/1 Rajesh Face (5m Raja Mirchi-Nippy Girl-Ginger Somolli) was third for Adrian Kolgjini and trainer Lutfi Kolgjini. 28/1 Coquin Bebe and 3/1 Twister Bi ended fourth and fifth respectively, the latter after a miscue at the start. The Jarlsberg undercard was an interesting one showing high speed and vibrant pedigrees. Uni Lest (5m Varenne-Superiors Sun) took the Prix Onyx Noir (purse 20,440 euro, 3100 meters, 15 starters) at 6.6/1 odds and timed in 1.15.6kr. This winner, owned by Stall Festa di Trotto, is a brother to international performer Pascia’Lest. Vincent (4m Classic Photo-Olga LP) at 9/1 took the Prix Grenat (13,798 euro total purse, 1609 meters autostart, 12 starters) clocked in 1.11.7kr. Eric Hoitomt teamed the winner that defeated a third finishing favorite (1/2 odds) Forever Peace (5m Muscle Hill-Peaceful Way). Second was MS Triple J (3m Cantab Hall-Marita’s Victory-Valley Victory), his dam a Hambletonian Oaks winner, US$160,000 yearling and dam of Quite Easy (winner of Champlain and International Stallion Stake), From Above and Stick Man Moe from nine foals. Gina Schermer (5f Varenne-Ellymay) was the 1.10.9kr timed winner of the Prix Malachite (total purse 20,440 euro, 1609 meters autostart, 12 starters) with Rick Ebbinge driving for trainer J.W. Engwerda. Laser Tile (5g Cantab Hall-Vicky Diablo) was the 1.12kr winner of the Prix Tourmaline (16,383 euro total purse, 2100 meters autostart, 12 starters) as the 2/1 favorite. The day’s speed monster was in the Prix Oeil de Tigre (purse 21,054 euro, 1609 meters autostart, 12 starters) with victory to 7/2 odds Waffle Cone (4f Muscle Hill-Sugar Cone) timed in 1.09.8kr (1:52.3) for Erik Adielsson, driving for trainer Frode Hamre. Giant Invalley and Shadow Gar trailed the winner home. The Jarlsberg undercard’s top event was the Prix Turquoise (40,880 euro total purse, 2100 meters autostart, 10 starters) with victory to 2/1 Coktail Fortuna (9g Love You-Dalloah No-Diamond Way) handled by trainer Robert Bergh.10/1 Ubertino Grif (5m Libeccio Grif-Nebraska Grif-Varenne) was second for trainer/driver Alessandro Gocciadoro with third to 41.1 Photo Lavec (6m SJs Photo-Joyful Lavec-Enjoy Lavec) with Tom Erik Solberg driving. Trinity Lux was scratched. Race time was 1.12.4kr. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink      

The Q+ On Friday was the Prix du Mont Saint Michel at Cabourg, France (purse 55,000 euro, 2750 meters, 15 starters) with that victory to 3.4/1 Copernic de Play (6g Giant Cat-Orelie de Play) driven by trainer/owner Franck Blandin.  Race time was 1.13kr as the winner recorded career win 12 in 39 starts now for 230,070 euro earned. The exact order Q+ payoff was 1,073 euro. 2.7/1 Cobra Ar Carae (6g Kaiser Soze) and Anthony Barrier was second with 5.7/1 Ceylan Dairpet (6g Ouragon de Celland) and Tony LeBeller taking third. The 9/1 Casimir de Survie and 53/1 Cash du Rib completed the top five. That day at Karlshorst (Berlin) veteran driver/trainer Heinz Wewering scored with Speed of Moor as the 4/5 favorite in the Prix du Spartak Stadium, timed in 1.17kr. Wewering remains the second highest driving dash winner in history, second to USA’s Dave Palone. Three year old fillies contested Enghien’s Prix de l’Ardeche (purse 39,000 euro, 2875 meters voltstart, nine starters) with the 1.17.1kr timed win to 2.3/1 Fame And Fortune (3f Sam Bourbon-Ma Crown) with legendary Jean Pierre Dubois at the lines. His Ecurie D bred the winning filly that Dubois also owns and Yves Boireau trains. Fame And Fortune now has earning of 38,400 euro from two wins in eight career starts. The 36/1 Felaine (3f Jasmin de Flore) was second and 6.9/1 Fantaisie Cherie (3f Sam Bourbon) was third. Dubois’ stablemate 2.1/1 Flower Wood (3f Jasmin de Flore) was fourth for Matthieu Abrivard, trainer Boireau and this one was bred in Italy by Dubois’ Scuderia Bolgheri. Further note, Jean Pierre Dubois now has posted six driving wins in 2018 from 25 starts and 1370 career wins in France from 6704 drives. The Q+ on July 7 was Enghien’s Prix de la Manche (purse 85,000 euro, 2875 meters distance handicap, 16 starters European). 3.8/1 odds and 25 meter handicapped Virgious du Maza (9g Prodigious-Pocket Edition) scored for Sebastien Ernault and breeder/owner Ecurie du Maza. He recorded career victory 17 in 64 outings timed this day in 1.12.6kr to increase earnings to 703,295 euro. 6.5/1 Balando (7m Nijinski Blue) was second for Eric Raffin with 59/1 Ursa Caf (5f Exploit Caf) third. Beau Gamin and Cicero Noa completed the top five. The Q+ exact order payoff was 22,761 euro. The July 7 Enghien Prix de Berlin (purse 70,000 euro, 2875 meters, 14 starters) went to 1.14.3kr timed and 3.9/1 odds Fabulous Wood (3m Ready Cash-Qualita Bourbon) reined by Matthieu Abrivard. Yves Boireau trains the new four time career winner in six starts now for 67,890 euro earned. Scuderia Winner owns the colt that J-P Dubois bred. His dam Qualita Bourbon was a superb mare (at 3 winner of the Criterium des Jeunes, Prix de l’Etoile, Prix Roquepine, second in Criterium des 3 Ans: at 4 winner of the Prix de Selection, Criterium Continental, Grand Prix de l’U.E.T, third in Criterium des 4 ans and at age 5 third in the Prix d’Amérique). The 33/1 Fifti Kalouma (3m Ready Cash-Sadaya de Cerisy) was second for Clement Duvaldestin ahead of 45/1 Fakir Merite (4m Uaukir). Fourth was the 1.6/1 favorite Mister F Daag (3m Conway Hall-Miss Love) reined by Alexandre Abrivard for trainer Paul Hagoort. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Today’s Gr. II Grand Prix du Conseil Municipal (purse 120,000 euro, 2975 meters distance handicap) at Vichy, France, saw 3/10 favorite Aubrion du Gers (8g Memphis du Rib-J’Arrive du Gers) post a convincing victory for owner/trainer/driver Jean Michel Bazire clocked in 1.10.9kr. The winner overcame a 25 meter handicap to record his 34th career victory in 58 starts now for 1,741,372 euro earned. Marie Brigitte Anty bred the great veteran. The 23/1 Bahia Quesnot (7f Scipion du Goutier-Queen Ines) was second for Franck Anne driving for Cedric Herserant. Third was 47/1 Aribo Mix (8g Reve des Vallees) for trainer/driver Dominik Cordeau. 5.5/1 Briac Dark was seventh. Lightly raced three year olds contested the Prix Core (purse 30,000 euro, 2975n meters, nine starters) with 2/5 favorite First Lady’s Paris (3f Rombaldi-Sahia du Bellay) remaining unbeaten with her fourth consecutive victory (40.950 euro earned), this one timed in 1.16.3kr for trainer/driver Jean Michel Bazire. Ecurie J.M. Rancoule owns this filly. The 12/1 Fangio des Iris (3g Punchy) was second for Serge Peltier and 14/1 Fine Perle du Gite (3f Tabriz du Gite) took third for Damien Bonne. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink    

The odds on favorite at 1.6/1 Vamp Kronos (4f Ready Cash-Only Kronos-Viking Kronos) took today’s Halmstad, Sweden featured Gr. II Mares Sprintern (four year old mares) with 697,01SEK to the winner, timed in 1.11.7kr.  Bjorn Goop drove the Jerry Riordan trainee that Renato Bruni owns. She posted career victory 11 in 19 starts now for 2,890,377SEK earned. 14.7/1 Rose Mary (4f SJs Caviar-Spicy Cayenne-Ata Star L) was second for trainer/driver Andre Eklundh, ahead of 5.4/1 Violet Bi (4f Equinox Bi-Fidgi Bi-Lemon Dra) handled by trainer Jim Oscarsson. On the Halmstad card was the Wangen Cup Finale (125,000SEK to the winner, 2140 meters autostart, mares) and 5/2 odds Julia Pellini (5f Yankee Glide-Julian-Juliano Star) was victorious for driver Askar J. Andersson clocked in 1.14.1kr. Magnus Dahlen trains the winning mare. 6.8/1 Foxy Brown (5f Symphonic Hanover-Liz Abb-Running Sea) with Markus Niklasson and 54/1Brilliance (7f Flirtin Man-My Lady Arwen-SJs Caviar) with Henne Halme up trailed this winner The V75 Gold (200,000SEWK to the winner, 2140 meters autostart) went to 41.2/1 longshot Art On Line (11g Rite On Line-Lass Fleur-Backstreet Guy) with Carl Johan Jepson driving for trainer Mikko Ago and timed in 1.12.6kr. The veteran campaigner secured his 35th career win in 128 starts. 1.3/1 favorite Day Or Night In (6m Muscle Hill-Ellie America-Buvetier d’Aunou) was second for trainer/driver Johan Untersteiner and 14.4/1 veteran Harry Haythrow (12g Rite On Line-Speedy Tilda-Spotlite Lobell) took the third spot. In the Summer Meeting Mares (100,000SEK to the winner, 1640 meters autostart) the 1.7/1 favorite Darling Mearas (5f Cantab Hall-Khao Manee-Muscles Yankee) scored for Stefan Persson, the trainer/driver.  The 16.4/1 Julia Af Solnas (5f Olimede-Joy Af Solnas-Supergill) was second for trainer/driver Peter Untersteiner and third was 33.1/1 Annabelle Dimanche (5f Sahara Dynamite-Messaritra-Messerschmitt) for driver Peter Ingves. Race time was 1.12.1kr. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Perfect Spirit (4m Andover Hall-Good Common Cents-Kadabra) won today’s Sprintermastaren Final (final purse to winner 996,000SEK, elimination winner’s prize 125,000SEK each, 1609 meters autostart, three eliminations) at Halmstad, Sweden. Orjan Kihlstrom drove Perfect Spirit to the 1.10.2kr victory for Stall Zet and trainer Daniel Reden. He finished second in the first elimination to Calle Crown. Perfect Spirit was off at 2.4/1 in the final and defeated 9.9/1 Lucifer Lane (4m Infinitif-Montreal Lane-Lindy Lane) with Johan A. Nilsson up. Third was 9.7/1 Super War Horse (4m Super Photo Kosmos-Poison Valley-Lindy Lane) handled by Kevin Oscarsson for trainer Jerry Riordan. The 4.7/1 Enterprise (4m Chapter Seven-She’s Gone Again-SJs Caviar) with pilot Bjorn Goop for trainer Stefan Melander and 17.3/1 Van Kronos (4m Timoko-Mythical Kronos-Yankee Glide) with Erik Adielsson up for trainer Svante Bath completed the top five. The eliminations first went to 4.2/1 Calle Crown (4m Great Challenger-Hillary Crown-Victor Victor) timed in 1.10.3kr for Christoffer Eriksson and trainer Tomas Malmqvist and Easy KB. 1.2/1 Perfect Spirit for Kihlstom and 25.9/1 Transcendence (4g Maharajah-Full Authority-Scarlet Knight) with trainer Robert Bergh up trailed this winner. Elim two went to 1.4/1 favorite Hazard Boko (4m SJs Caviar-Quail Ridge-Smasher) in 1.12.5kr driven by Per Lennartsson, also trainer, for Anders Backe. 3.2/1 Lucifer Lane for Johan A. Nilsson and 24.2/1 Waffle (4g Jaded-Marzipan-Vikings Way) for trainer/driver Johan Untersteiner were second and third. Hazard Boko Elimination three saw 3/1 Enterprise score in 1.11.9kr for Goop and Melander over 1.6/1 favorite Super War Horse for the Oscarsson/Riordan team and owner Matina Vincenzo of Italy. 10.6/1 Van Kronos was third for Adielsson and Svante Bath to set up the grand finale. On the Halmstad undercard was the Euroclassic Next Year (100,000SEK to winner, 2140 meters voltstart) and 27/1 Uandmetogether As (3f Muscle Mass-France Dream-Cantab Hall) scored timed in 1.14.8kr and reined by Erik Adielsson and trainer Johan Untersteiner and Stall Bologssallet. ACL Stuteri bred the winner that bested 12/1 Mellby Glader (3g Going Kronos) with Bjorn Goop up and 42/1 Gumball In with Orjan Kihlstrom the pilot. Five year old mares contested the Femaringslopp (125,000SEK to winner, 2140 meters autostart) with 1.3/1 favorite Double Exposure (5f Donato Hanover-KD Girl-Self Possessed) the 1.11.9kr timed winner. Orjan Kihlstrom drove this one for Daniel Reden and Stall Zet. J&T Silva bred Double Exposure, that defeated 6.7/1 Bugatti Brick (5f Andover Hall-Likeable Les-Yankee Glide) handled by Jorma Kontio for Timo Nurmos. 4/1 Ultra Bright (5f Zola Boko-Patina-Viking Kronos) was third for trainer/driver Fredrik Persson. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

Sunday’s eighth leg of the prestigious Trophee Vert series was the Grabd Prix d’Agon-Coutainville (purse 45,000 euro, 18 starters distance handicap, 3425 meters) at Agon-Coutrainville. The even-money favorite Bugsy Malone (7g Ready Cash-Night Captain) was an easy winner on the turf from post 18 and a 50 meter penalty timed in 1.16.8kr and driven by Yoann Lebourgeois. Phillipe Allaire trains and owns the now 22 time winner in just 42 career appearances good for 638,810 euro earned. The 6.4/1 Viking Fromentro (9g Capriccio-Orminda) was second overcoming a 25 meter handicap in rein to trainer Thomas Levesque. The 58/1 Utile Lebel (10g Biesolo) was third for driver Anthony Honore, he too a 25 meter penalized performer. At odds of 23/1 Verazano Bridge (7g Offshore Dream), 28/1 Voici du Roco (9g l’As de Boussieres, and 23/1 Anette du Mirel (8f Laetenter Diem) were the next three to the line. Anette was a 50 meter handicapped horse in the Pick5 event. by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink

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