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North-America 2015    Onsdag 22 Juli
     Buffalo Raceway
             
                                           
                              1st leg - 2nd leg - 3rd leg - 4th leg - 5th leg - 6th leg - 7th leg - 8th leg - Final - Consolation              
  Incredible comeback win in NYSS at Buffalo
After spotting the field 16 lengths at the quarter pole, things certainly looked bleak for Dayson to keep his unbeaten streak alive...read on
             
               
   New York Sire Stakes - 3rd leg
 2 åriga h&v   1.609 m auto   Purse: $51 501
             
 
RACE 1 - Buffalo Raceway - NY - July 22, 2015 
Conditions: NEW YORK SIRE STAKES 2 YEAR OLD COLTS & GELDINGS ENTRY FEE $1000 STARTING FEE $10   
Gait: Trot     Purse: $51,501     Class: NYSS     Distance: 1 Mile     Track Cond: FAST 
   
       
 
HN  Horse  PP  1/4  1/2  3/4  Str  Finish Actual LQ Odds  Driver  Trainer
   
2  Allerage Echo
 Conway Hall-Echonomical
 2  1/1  1/1  1/1  1/3  1/5 2:03.3  29.0 1.90   Chris Lems  George Ducharme
   
   
1  Crown Point
 Crazed-Tierra
 1  2/1  2/1  2/1  2/3  2/5 2:04.3  29.4 7.70   Dan Daley  Dan Daley
   
   
3  Rose Run Ransom
 Crazed-
 Bring It On Lindy
 3  3/5  3/7  3/4  3/9  3/11T 2:06.0  30.3 1.70   John Plutino  Jenny Melander
   
   
4  Uncle Dan
 Conway Hall-Risk Seeker
 X4X  4/35  4X/DIS  4/DIS  4/DIS  4/DIS     *1.50   Jim Morrill Jr  John Calabrese
   
       
 
1st Allerage Echo  (2, G   Conway Hall - Echonomical - Muscles Yankee)
    Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Kenneth Jacobs - NY
    Breeder(s):  Little E LLC - NY 
2nd Crown Point  (2, H   Crazed - Tierra - Conway Hall)
    Registered Owner(s):  Ann-Mari Daley - FL, James Crawford IV - NY, Richard Lombardo - OH, Gary Green - DE
    Breeder(s):  Frederick Hertrich III - DE 
3rd Rose Run Ransom  (2, H   Crazed - Bring It On Lindy - Self Possessed)
    Registered Owner(s):  Klis Brothers Stable - NY
    Breeder(s):  Lindy Racing Stable - CT 
   

   
   New York Sire Stakes - 3rd leg
 2 åriga h&v  1.609 m auto   Purse: $52 501
     
 
RACE 2 - Buffalo Raceway - NY - July 22, 2015 
Conditions: NEW YORK SIRE STAKES 2 YEAR OLD COLTS & GELDINGS ENTRY FEE $1000 STARTING FEE $10   
Gait: Trot     Purse: $52,501     Class: NYSS     Distance: 1 Mile     Track Cond: FAST 
   
       
 
HN  Horse  PP  1/4  1/2  3/4  Str  Finish Actual LQ Odds  Driver  Trainer
   
2  Dayson
 Conway Hall-
 Nervey`s Taurus
 2X  5/16  4/5  4/2T  1/H  1/1 2:02.2  28.4 *0.35   Jeff Gregory  Howard Okusko
   
   
4  Chargin Cadet
 Conway Hall-
 Arabella Hall
 5  3/3  3/2  3°/1T  2/H  2/1 2:02.3  29.1 15.00   Jordan Stratton  Ray Schnittker
   
   
1  Smalltownthrowdown
 Cash Hall-Ann`s Promise
 1  2/1  2/1  2/1  3/1H  3/2 2:02.4  29.3 E2.00   Dan Daley  Dan Daley
   
   
3  Gremlin Wilson
 Sand Vic-
 Savannah Montana
 4  1/1  1/1  1/1  4/2  4/3H 2:03.0  30.0 10.20   John Cummings Jr  Megan Wilson
   
   
1A  Royal Bachelor
 Rc Royalty-Becca J
 3  X4/15  5/7  5/3T  5/5  5/7Q 2:03.4  30.0 E2.00   Jim Morrill Jr  Dan Daley
   
       
 
1st Dayson  (2, G   Conway Hall - Nervey`s Taurus - Sir Taurus)
    Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Margaret Butler - NY, Amy Butler - NY
    Breeder(s):  Salt Hill Farm LTD - NY 
2nd Chargin Cadet  (2, H   Conway Hall - Arabella Hall - Donato Hanover)
    Registered Owner(s):  Ray Schnittker - NY, Theodore Gewertz - NY, Joseph Faraldo - NY, Chargin Cadet Stb - NY
    Breeder(s):  Walnut Hall Limited - KY 
3rd Smalltownthrowdown  (2, H   Cash Hall - Ann`s Promise - Balanced Image)
    Registered Owner(s):  Ann-Mari Daley - FL, James Crawford IV - NY, Richard Lombardo - OH, Donald Brenner - NY
    Breeder(s):  David Firmstone - NY 
   
 
   
   
 
Steve Roth Photo
Allerage Echo has no problems in rolling to an easy win.
Incredible comeback win in NYSS at Buffalo
After spotting the field 16 lengths at the quarter pole, things certainly looked bleak for Dayson to keep his unbeaten streak alive. But that huge head start wasn't enough to stop the determined Dayson as he mounted an amazing comeback and somehow score a length victory in the second $52,501 division New York Sire Stakes for 2-year-old colt and gelding trotters at the harness racing meeting at Buffalo Raceway Wednesday night (July 22).

It was the third consecutive Sires Stakes victory for Dayson (Conway Hall-Nervey's Taurus) in three lifetime starts. He covered the mile in 2:02.2 over the fast track.

In the first leg, Allerage Echo found little trouble in romping to an impressive five length decision in 2:03.3.

But the story of the night was Dayson.

Driver Jeff Gregory said of the adventurous trip and giving the field an early advantage due to a break at the start. "He was a little fumbly around the turns but I knew he had the speed to get back into the race."

Gremlin Wilson (John Cummings Jr.) set the tempo with splits of 30.0, 1:02, and 1:33.0 but figured the charge from the back of the pack was developing. Chargin Cadet (Jordan Stratton) and Smalltownthrowdown (Dan Daley) looked like the main contenders at the half. But the big-hearted Dayson regrouped and chipped away at the pack, finally getting within two lengths with a final panel to go.

Using a 28.4 final quarter mile, Dayson ($2.70) had plenty left in the tank and zoomed on by for the incredible victory over Chargin Cadet. Smalltownthrowdown took the show spot.

Co-owner Amy Butler said of Dayson's performance. "That was the first time he faced traffic at the start but I knew he had the speed to come back. I knew at the top of the stretch he was going to win." Dayson is also owned by Margaret Butler and trained by Howard Okusko.

A winner now of $64,806 in his three starts, Dayson is the Butler's first Sire Stakes horse ever. "This is just an awesome feeling," Amy Butler said in the winner's circle. "We are going to continue on with him in the Sire Stakes." Next stop is Batavia Downs on Wednesday, August 5.

Allerage Echo (Conway Hall-Echonomical) had no issues in going coast-to-coast in the opener, registering an easy five length victory. Crown Point (Dan Daley) placed a distant second with Rose Run Ransom (John Plutino) taking third.

"He's a nice horse," driver Chris Lems said of Allerage Echo ($5.80). "He was push button. He had a lot left at the wire and I never popped the plugs."

Allerage Echo went right to the lead and had times of 33.0, 1:03.0 and 1:34.3 in romping to the 2:03.3 final time.

Owner Ken Jacobs said of Allerage Echo, a horse he just acquired two weeks ago. "I told George (Ducharme) that he's a real good horse. He changed the rigging some and it has made a difference. George has been training him on a half-mile track and once we got around that first turn, I felt pretty good."

It was the first victory in three attempts for Allerage Echo, now a winner of $30,611 in 2015.

In the $15,000 Excelsior 'A' Series races, Nono Lindy (Gregory) had the fastest time by posting a 2:03.2 time. Nono Lindy paid $4.80 for the victory.

Cashuz ($3.40) took a division with Cummings Jr. in the sulky in 2:03.4 while Do What You Dream ($3.40) went 2:04 for Lems in 2:04.0.

The $6,800 Excelsior 'B' Series events went to Radical Way (Gregory) in 2:06.0 while Thanks For Playin had a $47.60 upset victory for Lems in 2:08.3.

Lems and Gregory each finished the night with a 'hat-trick'.

Ugly Betty returned to her winning ways in the $9,500 Fillies and Mares Open II pace by using a 1:55.1 clocking to beat Kisses N Kicks by 1-3/4 lengths. Jim Morrill Jr., who also had three wins on the night, was in the sulky with Ugly Betty ($3.60).

The final week of racing continues on Friday night at Buffalo Raceway with a 10-race program set for 6:35 p.m.

Brian Mazurek
             
   
   
   
   
   
 

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