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        VIDEO                   Tidigare vinnare av NJSS              
                              1st leg - 2nd leg - Final              
  Artspeak, Canepa Hanover dominate, Mission Brief wins stretch battle in NJSS
On the racetrack, the 13-race Saturday program at The Meadowlands featured four $100,000 New Jersey Sire Stakes Championships for three year olds, with big names making big headlines. On the track apron, over 15,000 patrons enjoyed the Jerseyfest festivities and the Food Truck Mash-up at the East Rutherford oval...read on
             
                 
   New Jersey Sire Stakes - Final
 3 åriga hingstar   1.609 m auto   Purse :$100 000 (50,000 - 25,000 - 12,000 - 8,000 - 5,000)
             
 
RACE 11 - Meadowlands - NJ - May 30, 2015 
Conditions: NEW JERSEY SIRE STAKES - FINAL 3 Year Old Colts & Geldings   
Gait: Trot     Purse: $100,000     Class: 3yrC NJSS     Distance: 1 Mile    Track Cond: FAST
   
       
 
Sta Häst Kön Kusk Tränare Rek Intj Far Mor
1  TOTAL DARKNESS H  Scott Zeron  Jonas Czernyson     4 200  MUSCLE HILL  LEILA
2  FRENCH LAUNDRY H  Brett Miller  Jimmy Takter 10,4   323 119  MUSCLES YANKEE  CREAMY MIMI
3  CRESCENT FASHION H  Åke Svanstedt  Åke Svanstedt 13,3   10 040  MUSCLE HILL  FASHION FELINE
4  CANEPA HANOVER H  Yannick Gingras  Jimmy Takter 09,9   47 150  MUSCLE HILL  CRESSIDA HANOVER
5  ALDEBARAN EAGLE H  Corey Callahan  Jonas Czernyson 11,6   88 269  MUSCLE HILL  LETSJUSTALKABOUTME
6  GUESS WHOS BACK H  Brian Sears  Nikolas Drennan 10,1   114 850  MUSCLES YANKEE  SHES GONE AGAIN
7  SOUTHWIND MOZART H  John Campbell  Åke Svanstedt  7 290  MUSCLE HILL  MISSYMAE BLUESTONE
   
  Resultat:    
  1. Canepa Hanover 1:51.1 (37)
2. French Laundry 1:51.4 (31)
3. Aldebaran Eagle 1:52.0 (206)
4. Crescent Fashion 1:52.4 (665)
5. Southwind Mozart 1:52.4 (716)
Opl: Total Darkness 1:53.3 (854), Guess Whos Back 2:02.2g (18)
   
       
 
1st Canepa Hanover  (3, H   Muscle Hill - Cressida Hanover - Mr Lavec)
    Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Brittany Farms - KY, Mkatz Alibfeld Sgoldband - ON, 
    Brixton Medical Inc - NJ, Christina Takter - NJ
    Breeder(s):  Brittany Farms - KY 
2nd French Laundry  (3, H   Muscles Yankee - Creamy Mimi - Conway Hall)
    Registered Owner(s):  Christina Takter - NJ, John And Jim Fielding - ON, Marvin Katz - ON, Al Libfeld - ON
    Breeder(s):  Marvin Katz - ON, Al Libfeld - ON 
3rd Aldebaran Eagle  (3, H   Muscle Hill - Letsjustalkaboutme - Self Possessed)
    Registered Owner(s):  Aldebaran Park Inc. - NJ
    Breeder(s):  Diamond Creek Farm LLC - PA, Exquisite Farms - NY, Melvin Hartman - ON 
   
 
   
       
 
Lisa photo
Canepa Hanover, won his NJSS final in a blistering 1:51.1.
Artspeak, Canepa Hanover dominate, Mission Brief wins stretch battle in NJSS
On the racetrack, the 13-race Saturday program at The Meadowlands featured four $100,000 New Jersey Sire Stakes Championships for three year olds, with big names making big headlines. On the track apron, over 15,000 patrons enjoyed the Jerseyfest festivities and the Food Truck Mash-up at the East Rutherford oval.

The New Jersey Sire Stakes for the trotting colts looked like a bit of a Hambletonian preview with the big three, Guess Whos Back, French Laundry and Canepa Hanover taking center stage.

However, one of the three, Guess Whos Back wouldn’t survive the first turn as he made a break while pressing the pace nearing the first quarter.

That pace was established by Canepa Hanover who reached the lead in a 28-second opening panel, with French Laundry four lengths off the speed in third. Canepa Hanover would hit the half-mile in 56.2 before stretching his legs around the far turn and trotting a back half-mile in 54.4 to dominate the Sire Stake Final, hitting the wire in 1:51.1, a lifetime mark for Yannick Gingras, who replaced Jimmy Takter in the bike as Takter conditions Maven for her Elitlopp attempt in Sweden. French Laundry was second with Aldebaran Eagle third.

Gingras was very impressed with his colt. “Last year training down he (Canepa Hanover) looked like the best one. Everyone liked him,” said Gingras. “Before Jimmy left for Sweden he told me he had this horse as good as he could be. He got a little playful in the stretch, so I popped the plugs just to give him a reminder and he found another gear.”

It will be interesting to see if Gingras continues to drive Canepa Hanover, of if Takter will get back in the sulky upon his return from Sweden. Gingras also drives Mission Brief who is being pointed to The Hambletonian as well but while speaking about Canepa Hanover he stated that with Mission Brief “there are concerns for sure, but she’s got trot and she wants to do it.”

It could be an interesting 10 weeks leading up to The Hambletonian.
             
   
       
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