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North-America 2018    Tisdag 3 April
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        Video                   Tidigare vinnare av Dr Dan Farwick Memorial Series              
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  Sectionline Bigry, Elmo Blatch capture Miami Valley titles
A new track record and a prolonged winning streak were the results of another pair of Lebanon Legends late-closer series finals on the Tuesday (April 3) matinee at Miami Valley Raceway...read on
   Dr Dan Farwick Memorial Series - Final
 N/W 6 PM RACES OR $50,000    1.609 m auto   Purse: $22 500 (11,250 - 5,625 - 2,700 - 1,800 - 1,125)
RACE 10 - Miami Valley Raceway - OH - April 3, 2018
Gait: Trot     Purse: $22,500     Class: LCHGNW6PM     Distance: 1 Mile    Track Cond: SLOPPY 
Sta  Häst  Kön  Kusk  Tränare  Rek  Intj  Far  Mor  Morfar
2  STARLIGHT AS H4  Chris Page  Anette Lorentzon 13,0   183 000  ALLSTAR HALL  DELIGHT AS  STRIKING SAHBRA
4  STORMY KROMER V4  Peter Wrenn  Melanie Wrenn 11,7   134 579  DEJARMBRO  BENN'S RIVERDANCE  VEEBA ROVA
5  ELMO BLATCH V5  Tylor Lough  David Lough 11,7   70 672  ANDOVER HALL  RANDOM DESTINY  KEN WARKENTIN
6  MERCI MONSIEUR AS V4  Randy Tharps  Kayne Kauffman 12,0   39 175  MR CANTAB  MERCI IT  DAGUET RAPIDE
7  HAIL TO THE KING V4  Kayne Kauffman  Kayne Kauffman 13,5   26 255  DEJARMBRO  CROQUET STYLE  YANKEE GLIDE
8  SPEED LANE V4  Trace Tetrick  Jim Dailey 12,2   82 725  DEJARMBRO  LONG LANE  LINDY LANE
9  RIVERDANCING DIVA S4  Jason Brewer  Mervin Schmucker 11,6   102 034  JAILHOUSE JESSE  DANCE HALL DIVA  ANGUS HALL
AE1  SUNNY JEANS S5  Jason Brewer  Mervin Schmucker 12,8   69 292  SWAN FOR ALL  SUN SENTINEL  LIKE A PRAYER
HN  Horse               PP    1/4      1/2      3/4     Str     Finish  Actual    LQ   Odds 
 5  Elmo Blatch         5     4°/2H    4/2H     4°/1H   1/NS    1/2T    1:56.3  31.0  *0.70 
 2  Starlight As        2     5/10H    5/10H    5/5     4/3H    2/2T    1:57.1  30.4  12.90 
 1  Rose Run Spanky     1     1/NS     1/T      1/H     2/NS    3/4     1:57.2  32.0   3.20 
 4  Stormy Kromer       4     3/1H     3/1      3/1Q    3/2     4/5H    1:57.3  32.0  17.90 
 8  Speed Lane          8     8/18H    7/17     6/9     5/3H    5/7Q    1:58.0  30.4  16.60 
 3  Joyfulntriumphant   3     2°/NS    2°/T     2°/H    6/4H    6/9     1:58.2  33.0   4.40 
 7  Hail To The King    7     7/17     6/14H    7/12H   7/10H   7/18    2:00.1  32.2  71.20 
 6  Merci Monsieur As   6     6X/15H   8/DIS    8/DIS   8/DIS   8/DIS                 35.00 
 9  Riverdancing Diva   X9X   9/DIS    X9/DIS   9/DIS   9/DIS   9/DIS                 39.50 
Time:  27.0 56.2  (29.2) 1:25.2  (29.0) 1:56.3  (31.1)
1st Elmo Blatch  (5, G   Andover Hall - Random Destiny - Ken Warkentin)
    Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  David Lough - OH
    Breeder(s):  Overseas Farms LTD - ON 
2nd Starlight As  (4, H   Allstar Hall - Delight As - Striking Sahbra)
    Registered Owner(s):  Acl Stuteri Ab - KY, Kjell Johansson - SD
    Breeder(s):  Acl Stuteri Ab - KY 
3rd Rose Run Spanky  (4, G   And Away We Go - Bonyoldkneesofher - Donerail)
    Registered Owner(s):  Kimberly Dailey - OH, Kevin Snyder - OH, Shane Hines - OH
    Breeder(s):  Rose Run Farm - OH 
  Sectionline Bigry, Elmo Blatch capture Miami Valley titles
A new track record and a prolonged winning streak were the results of another pair of Lebanon Legends late-closer series finals on the Tuesday (April 3) matinee at Miami Valley Raceway.

In the $17,500 Omar Hiteman Memorial championship race, Sectionline Bigry established a new track record for sophomore pacing colts when he upset heavily favored Mindtrip in 1:51.

After CG’s Boy Toy and Colin N Down dueled to the first quarter station, driver Peter Wrenn gunned Mindtrip -- who entered the race off a sharp 1:51.3 score in the final preliminary leg a week ago -- to the front as the field passed the stands the first time over the five-eighths-mile oval. Down the backstretch driver Tyler Smith felt it was Sectionline Bigry’s time to mount a challenge and the 3-year-old son of Pet Rock responded with a gritty back half going head-to-head with Mindtrip.

Just a neck separated the pair at the finish as Sectionline Bigry dug down deep to gain the slight advantage. Skyway Quinton (Charlie Conrad) was next best in the affair for non-winners of two races or $20,000 prior to the series start.

Conrad photos
Elmo Blatch won his fifth straight race, capturing the Dr. Dan Farwick Memorial Trot on Tuesday.
The winner is a homebred owned by Harold Lee and Harold L. Bauder. Steve Bauder trains the son of the prolific broodmare Aquatic Yankee, who has also produced several earlier stalwarts for the Bauder family.

Following a half-hour weather delay as a lightning thunderstorm passed through the area, the $22,500 Dr. Dan Farwick Memorial Trot final, for non-winners of six races or $60,000, went postward.

Upstart Elmo Blatch, discovered by owner-trainer David Lough just days before becoming an Amish buggy horse late last year, ran his win streak to five with a 1:56.3 triumph. Lough’s son, Tylor, was again in the sulky but changed tactics in this outing.

Despite going off as a 3-5 favorite, Elmo Blatch was not rushed to his customary lead, opting instead to take a seat fourth along the pylons in the early going. Following early fractions of :27, :56.2 and 1:25.2 by eventual show finisher Rose Run Spanky (Dan Noble), Lough angled Elmo Blatch out three-wide around the final bend.

After clearing the frontrunner, Lough’s charge confidently held fast-closing Starlight AS (Chris Page) at bay through the wire.

Racing will resume Thursday afternoon at Miami Valley with a special make-up matinee program at 2:05 p.m.
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