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North-America 2015    Lördag 24 Oktober
     Woodbine Racetrack
             
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  Wild Honey inherits Crown victory when Mission Brief breaks in the stretch
Sometimes you have to get the breaks to win a Breeders Crown race and that proved to be the case in the event for 3-year-old filly trotters as 1-5 shot Mission Brief broke stride on a clear lead in early stretch and Wild Honey emerged with the victory in the $500,000 event on Saturday (Oct. 24) at Woodbine...read on
             
                 
   Breeders Crown - Final
 3 åriga ston   1.609 m auto   Purse: $648 700 ()
             
 
Race 6 - Trot, purse $648,700 (EX, P3, SU, TR)
BREEDERS CROWN - FINAL - 3 YEAR OLD FILLIES.
(PURSE $500,000 U.S. 250,000 - 125,000 - 60,000 - 40,000 - 25,000)
Post time: 08:30 P.M.         Lasix: 04:15 P.M.          Horses Entered: 7 
   
   
 
Sta Häst Kön Kusk Tränare Rek Intj Far Mor Morfar
1  ELEGANT SERENITY S  Roger Mayotte  Roger Mayotte 10,5   350 508  KADABRA  ELEGANTIMAGE  BALANCED IMAGE
2  CLASSICAL ANNIE S  Aaron Merriman  Jim Arledge Jr 11,0   127 083  ANDOVER HALL  CLASICALY DESIGNED  LINDY LANE
3  WILD HONEY S  John Campbell  Jimmy Takter 09,7   1 256 385  CANTAB HALL  U WANNA LINDY  S J'S PHOTO
4  SPEAK TO ME S  Brett Miller  Jimmy Takter 10,7   351 328  MUSCLE MASSIVE  MS NAUGHTY  KADABRA
5  I'M SO FANCY S  Matt Kakaley  Ron Burke 11,0   133 141  DONATO HANOVER  HARBOUR BELLE  LINDY LANE
6  DANIELLE HALL S  Jody Jamieson  Carl Jamieson 11,0   552 541  DEWEYCHEATUMNHOWE  DEBBIE HALL  LIKE A PRAYER
7  MISSION BRIEF S  Yannick Gingras  Ron Burke 08,7   1 421 687  MUSCLE HILL  SOUTHWIND SERENA  VARENNE
  Resultat:
   
 
                                                                                         Last
Horse                       HV PP    1/4     1/2     3/4     Stretch  Finish     Time    1/4  Driver           Odds   Trainer
3   Wild Honey                  3    2/1T    2/2     2/3     1/1H     1/1H       1:54.3  29   J Campbell       1.60   J Takter
5   Im So Fancy=                5    7/11H   7/12Q   6@/10   4/4      2/1H       1:54.4  27.4 M Kakaley       86.30   R Burke
4   Speak To Me=                4    6/9H    6/10Q   7/11Q   6/5H     3/1H       1:54.4  27.3 B Miller        55.35   J Takter
2   Classical Annie             2    3/3H    3/3H    3/5     2/1H     4/2T       1:55.1  29.1 A Merriman     116.30   J Arledge
6   Danielle Hall=              6    I5@/8   5/8H    5/9     5/4T     6P5/5T     1:55.4  29   J Jamieson      62.15   C Jamieson
1   Elegant Serenity            1    4/7     4/6H    4/7     3/3Q     5P6/3H     1:55.1  28.4 R Mayotte       26.20   R Mayotte
7   Mission Brief=              7    1/1T    1/2     1X/3    7/7T     7/13Q      1:57.1  32.1 Y Gingras        0.35*  R Burke 
   
 
Time: 26.2, 56.2, 1:25, 1:54.3 (Temperature: 10, Condition: GOOD, Variant: 1)

1st  Wild Honey          (b,f,3 - Cantab Hall-U Wanna Lindy-S Js Photo)
                         Owner: Christina Takter,East Windsor,NJ-John D Fielding,Toronto,ON-
                         Herb A Liverman,Miami Beach,FL-Jim H Fielding,Toronto,ON
2nd  Im So Fancy         (br,f,3 - Donato Hanover-Harbour Belle-Lindy Lane)
                         Owner: Burke Racing Stable LLC,Fredericktown-Howard A Taylor,Philadelphia-
                         Judith S Taylor,Bala Cynwyd,PA-Dandy Farms Inc,Glenview,IL
3rd  Speak To Me         (b,f,3 - Muscle Massive-Ms Naughty-Kadabra)
                         Owner: Brittany Farms,Versailles,KY 
   
   
 
 
 
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Wild Honey and John Campbell won the Breeders Crown for 3-year-old filly trotters.
Wild Honey inherits Crown victory when Mission Brief breaks in the stretch
Sometimes you have to get the breaks to win a Breeders Crown race and that proved to be the case in the event for 3-year-old filly trotters as 1-5 shot Mission Brief broke stride on a clear lead in early stretch and Wild Honey emerged with the victory in the $500,000 event on Saturday (Oct. 24) at Woodbine.

The race began as expected as Mission Brief cleared the 8-5 Wild Honey going to the quarter in a respectable :26.2. Mission Brief and Yannick Gingras cruised to the half in :56.2 with no movement from the trailers.

Mission Brief kicked it into high gear late on the final turn and appeared to be opening ground effortlessly on Wild Honey, hitting the three-quarters in 1:25 and looking on her way to an open lengths victory.

That victory would not materialize as Mission Brief blew up and was pulled to the outside in the stretch leaving Wild Honey and driver John Campbell suddenly in the lead and concerned about the trailers.

Closers I'm So Fancy and Speak To Me gained gradually on the Jimmy Takter-trained daughter of Cantab Hall, but neither could dent the filly's margin as she won for the third straight time this year and avenged a defeat to Mission Brief in last year's Breeders Crown juvenile event.

"I don't think I was going to catch her," said John Campbell of Mission Brief. "My filly was struggling on the turn and she got away from me. If you're going to beat Mission Brief you've got to stay right on her back."

But Campbell's strategy to stay on Mission Brief's back was not important once the filly made a break.

Mission Brief’s trainer Ron Burke said his filly, “didn't warm up the best. The track didn't suit her today and she has those issues that we're not 1,000 percent over just yet. I thought she was, but I knew warming her up that maybe we had an issue.

“She was home. All she had to do was keep herself trotting so, you know, it's bad. That's the high of the sport and the lows of the sport right there. She'll be fine and there will come a time yet when she'll put it all together. She's the best horse I've ever trained."

Winning trainer Jimmy Takter -- who captured his third Crown of the evening and 24th lifetime -- said he thought he had a chance.

"I saw Yannick was having trouble with her (Mission Brief). She wasn't trotting as smoothly as she usually does," Takter said.

Takter also put his vote in for division honors for Wild Honey. "She won the Hambletonian (Oaks), the Kentucky Futurity (filly division) and the Breeders Crown. I think she should be the divisional champion," Takter said.

Wild Honey, owned by Christina Takter, John Fielding, Jim Fielding and Herb Liverman, has now won more than $1.5 million during her career. She's won 17 of 26 lifetime starts.

It was the 12th Breeders Crown victory for John Fielding, who ranks second in Crown victories by owners.
             
       
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