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Fredag 1 Juni
Vädret East Rutherford
|Three Complete NJ Sire Stakes Sweeps
After winning both legs one and two, Melanies Fran, Shoshie Deo and Hypnotic Tale all completed natural hat tricks at the Meadowlands Friday night by taking their respective $75,000 New Jersey Sire Stakes finals for three-year-olds....read on
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After winning both legs one and two, Melanies Fran, Shoshie Deo and Hypnotic Tale all completed natural hat tricks at the Meadowlands Friday night by taking their respective $75,000 New Jersey Sire Stakes finals for three-year-olds.
Melanies Fran, a gelded son of Hypnotic Blue Chip-Natalie, had the easiest road to his pacing colts and geldings championship, having to defeat only Hypnotico in all three NJSS dashes. He won by nine lengths Friday in a non-betting race in 1:56.3 for driver David Miller and trainer Kevin McDermott.
Shoshie Deo (Wishing Stone-Fortune Dream) took the colts and geldings trot in 1:57.3 for driver George Brennan and trainer DeWayne Minor by one and a half lengths over Brutal Storm. Paging Doctor Teo was third.
As the 3-5 public choice, Shoshie Deo paid $3.40.
David Miller, who drove four winners on the betting card in addition to the non-bettor, guided the Linda Toscano-trained Hypnotic Tale to a two and a quarter-length victory over Cruzinforavictory in 1:54 in the filly pace. Hurrikane Empress was third.
A daughter of Hypnotic Blue Chip-Born Storyteller, Hypnotic Tale returned $2.80 as the 2-5 public choice.
Samis Rolin Stone was sent to the gate as the 1-5 public choice in her bid for a Sire Stakes sweep of the filly trot, but was gunned down in deep stretch by 21-1 chance Take A Wish (Wishing Stone-Take A Taste) and driver Steve Smith by a half-length in 1:55.2. Diamondstone Us finished third.
The winner paid $45.60 and is trained by Dawn Anderson.
FRIDAY’S FREQUENT FAVOURITES: Over the last three Friday programs, aided by a plethora of short fields, post-time choices have won 17 of 30 races (57 per cent).
A LITTLE MORE: Due to a lackluster entry box, betting was down precipitously – 28.5 per cent – from the comparable card last year. The corresponding program from a year ago saw 93 horses participate on the program, and the result was an average of 8.5 starters per race for 11 races, with a total wager of $2,420,244. Friday night, only 75 horses (a 19 per cent drop from 2017) competed on the 10-race card, an average of 7.5 starters per race, which included two four-horse fields and one five-horse field in the NJSS events. The total bet was $1,730,280. … After failing to result in a single-ticket winner, the carryover for the Late 20-cent Jackpot Super High-Five inched closer to a quarter of a million dollars. The pot now stands at $244,313. … Racing resumes at the Big M Saturday at 7:15 p.m.
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