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  Scarlet & Gray Invitationals produce track and national season's records at Miami Valley
A pair of $50,000 Scarlet & Gray Invitationals, featuring Buckeye-bred sophomore filly trotters and pacers, both produced Miami Valley Raceway track records—as well as national season’s marks...read on
             
                 
   SCARLET & GRAY INVITATIONAL OHIO-SIRED
 3-YEAR-OLD FILLY  1.609 m auto   Purse: $50 000 (25,000 - 12,500 - 6,000 - 4,000 - 2,500)
             
 
RACE 8 - Miami Valley Raceway - OH - April 27, 2018
Conditions: SCARLET & GRAY INVITATIONAL 3 YEAR OLD OHIO-SIRED FILLIES
Gait: Trot     Purse: $50,000     Class: S&G INVITE     Distance: 1 Mile    Track Cond: FAST 
   
       
 
Nr Häst Kön Kusk Tränare Rek Intj Far Mor Morfar
1  SPUNKY BOTTOM GIRL S  Tyler Smith  Brent Davis 14,5   25 975  MY MVP  PRINCESS ADDIE  CLASSIC PHOTO
2  IMPINKTOO S  Kayne Kauffman  Jim Dailey 11,6   170 790  MANOFMANYMISSIONS  MARGIE SEELSTER  ANGUS HALL
3  RED STORM S  Aaron Merriman  Christopher Beaver 12,3   137 475  STORMIN NORMAND  MS POLLYANNA  CHIP CHIP HOORAY
4  SESAME S  Chris Page  Christopher Beaver 13,8   81 797  TRIUMPHANT CAVIAR  JEWELL CREEK  CREDIT WINNER
5  LOOKING FOR ZELDA S  Tony Hall  Norm Parker 10,9   228 675  BREAK THE BANK K  MY WINNING WAY K  CONWAY HALL
6  KELLIE'S MVP S  Ray Paver  Ray Paver 15,2   9 656  MY MVP  ADRIANA HANOVER  CREDIT WINNER
7  NON SMOKER S  Dan Noble  Dan Noble 12,8   32 851  MY MVP  MAPLE GROVE SMOKY  DONERAIL
8  TICKLE MY FANCY S  Josh Sutton  Robert Phillips 14,3   6 350  MY MVP  FANCY FERN YANKEE  MUSCLES YANKEE
  Resultat:
 
HN  Horse                PP  1/4    1/2     3/4     Str     Finish  Actual     LQ   Odds 
 5  Looking For Zelda    5   5/6    5°/3H   2°/1    2/NS    1/T     1:55.2   28.3  *1.50 
 3  Red Storm            3   2/1H   1/1     1/1     1/NS    2/T     1:55.3   29.0   1.60 
 4  Sesame               4   4/4H   4/3     6/3     5/2Q    3/1Q    1:55.3   28.2  14.20 
 1  Spunky Bottom Girl   1   3/3    3/2     5/2     6/3Q    4/1H    1:55.3   28.3  14.70 
 2  Impinktoo            2   6/7H   6/5     4°/2    4/1T    5/2     1:55.4   28.4  10.30 
 7  Non Smoker           7   1/1H   2/1     3/1     3/1Q    6/3H    1:56.0   29.1   4.10 
 6  Kellie`s Mvp         6   7/9H   7/7     7°/3    7/6T    7/6Q    1:56.3   29.2  79.00 
 8  Tickle My Fancy      8   8/11   8/9     8X/11   8/DIS   8/29    2:01.1g  32.2  51.30 
 
Time:  28.2 57.2  (29.0) 1:26.3  (29.1) 1:55.2  (28.4)
 
 
1st Looking For Zelda  (3, M   Break The Bank K - My Winning Way K - Conway Hall)
    Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Robert Key - PA
    Breeder(s):  Robert Key - PA 
2nd Red Storm  (3, M   Stormin Normand - Ms Pollyanna - Chip Chip Hooray)
    Registered Owner(s):  Sandra Burnett - OH
    Breeder(s):  Sandra Burnett - OH 
3rd Sesame  (3, M   Triumphant Caviar - Jewell Creek - Credit Winner)
    Registered Owner(s):  Christopher Beaver - OH, Steven Zeehandelar - OH
    Breeder(s):  Jonas Schlabach - OH 
 
 
       
   
  Scarlet & Gray Invitationals produce track and national season's records at Miami Valley
A pair of $50,000 Scarlet & Gray Invitationals, featuring Buckeye-bred sophomore filly trotters and pacers, both produced Miami Valley Raceway track records—as well as national season’s marks.

Conrad photo
Looking For Zelda establishes a new track record of 1:55.2.
Looking For Zelda (Tony Hall) captured the trotting division in 1:55.2, topping Red Storm (Aaron Merriman) by three parts of a length with Sesame (Chris Page) another half-length behind. Hall was content to get away fifth with the winner of $228,675 at two as the daughter of Break The Bank K was making her initial 2018 start off two winning qualifiers. Trainer Norm Parker had Looking For Zelda ready to roll, though and Hall drove her confidently.

After a :28.2 opening panel posted by Non Smoker (Dan Noble), Hall vacated the pylons just prior to the :57.2 half and moved up in first-over position to second by the 1:26.3 third timing station. A stride-for-stride showdown ensued for most of the final quarter until Looking For Zelda edged ahead in the final 50 yards.

“She’s a nice one,” exclaimed a jubilant Parker. “She won all four legs of the Ohio Sires Stakes last year before finishing second in the final. She won Grand Circuit stakes at Harrahs and The Red Mile and raced in the Breeders Crown at two, so we think a lot of her. I’m happy for Mr. Key (owner Robert J. Key).”

The $50,000 filly pace went to Baron Remy (Chris Page) in a 1:52 track record, which is also the fastest mile by a sophomore filly pacer on a five-eighths mile track thus far in 2018. Page executed a quarter move from third to the lead just past the opening panel and held off all challengers to win by 2-3/4 lengths.

Hackett Memorial winner Up Front Flor Ida (Kayne Kauffman) enjoyed a pocket trip throughout, but could do no better than second. Grant Me This (Ronnie Wrenn Jr.) rallied in the stretch to grab the show dough.

“Pretty darn nice filly,” Page explained in the winner’s circle. “Ronnie (Burke) always has them ready so I was sure she would put in a big effort and she did.”

Silva, Purnel & Libby, Karr and Weaver Bruscemi are all partners on the daughter of Yankee Cruiser with Burke Racing Stable.

It is expected that both Scarlet & Gray winners will be back at Miami Valley next Friday night (May 4) when the first leg of the 2018 Ohio Sires Stakes program kicks off with the 3-year-old fillies action.

A $25,000 Mares Open was also presented with Rockin Racer (Jared Finn) besting Cas Art Apparel (Josh Sutton) and Juslikeaqueen (Jeremy Smith) in 1:52.3.

The “boys” will be in action Saturday night (April 28) with another pair of $50,000 Scarlet & Gray Invitationals as well as Open I and Open II events for the region’s finest older pacers.
 
             
   
 
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