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North-America 2014    Tisdag 26 Augusti
     The Meadows
               
Tidigare vinnare av 3YOCT Pass Elim - 3YOCT Pass
                              1st leg - 2nd leg - 3rd leg  - 4th leg - Final              
  Nuncio bounces back with PASS win
Nuncio rolled to a facile 8-1/4-length victory in a division of Tuesday’s (Aug. 26) $199,980 Pennsylvania Sire Stakes at The Meadows, completing his sweep of the four PASS preliminary legs...read on
             
               
 Pennsylvania Sire Stakes - 4th leg
 3 åriga hingstar   1.609 m auto   Purse: $99 990
 
RACE 8 - The Meadows - PA - August 26, 2014 
Conditions: *****HICKORY SMOKE***** PA SIRE STAKE - 3 YEAR OLD COLT & GELDING TROT 1ST OF 2 DIVISIONS S.F. $400   
Gait: Trot     Purse: $99,990     Class: PASS-3YOCG     Distance: 1 Mile   Track Cond: FAST
   
       
 
HN  Horse  PP  1/4  1/2  3/4  Str  Finish Actual LQ Odds  Driver  Trainer
6  Datsyuk  6  3°/3  3/2H  2/1H  2/H  1/1H 1:53.4  29.0 *0.40   Charlie Norris  Charlie Norris
1  Madewell Hanover  1  4/4H  4/4  4/3H  4/2H  2/1H 1:54.0  28.4 5.20   Chris Ryder  Chris Ryder
7  Wheelsandthelegman  7  1/1H  1/1  1/1H  1/H  3/2H 1:54.1  29.3 19.50   Richard Stillings  Walter Carroll
3  Amped Up Hanover  3  2/1H  2/1  3/2  3/1H  4/3 1:54.2  29.2 3.50   Dave Palone  Ron Burke
2  Jett Star  2  6/6H  5/5H  6/6H  5/3H  5/4T 1:54.4  29.0 114.60   Dan Rawlings  Steve Owens
5  Marathon Man  5  7/8  7/7  5°/6  6/6  6/10Q 1:55.4  30.0 67.30   Corey Callahan  John Butenschoen
4  Doncango  4  5°/5  6°/6H  7/16H  7/11  7/18 1:57.2  29.3 18.20   Ake Svanstedt  Ake Svanstedt
   
     
 
1st Datsyuk  (3, G   Explosive Matter - Pink Ribbons - Mr Vic)
    Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Leonard Buckner - OH, Charlie Norris - PA
    Breeder(s):  R Greenfield - OH 
2nd Madewell Hanover  (3, G   Yankee Glide - Mayday Hanover - Cantab Hall)
    Registered Owner(s):  Chris Ryder - NJ
    Breeder(s):  Hanover Shoe Farms Inc - PA 
3rd Wheelsandthelegman  (3, G   Donato Hanover - Carmita - Malabar Man)
    Registered Owner(s):  Beth Carroll - PA
    Breeder(s):  Hanover Shoe Farms Inc - PA 
   
 
   
   Pennsylvania Sire Stakes - 4th leg
 3 åriga hingstar   1.609 m auto   Purse :$25 000
     
 
RACE 10 - The Meadows - PA - August 26, 2014 
Conditions: *****HICKORY SMOKE***** PA SIRE STAKE - 3 YEAR OLD COLT & GELDING TROT 2ND OF 2 DIVISIONS S.F. $400   
Gait: Trot     Purse: $99,990     Class: PASS-3YOCG     Distance: 1 Mile   Track Cond: FAST
   
       
 
HN  Horse  PP  1/4  1/2  3/4  Str  Finish Actual LQ Odds  Driver  Trainer
7  Nuncio  7  1/1H  1/2  1/1H  1/2H  1/3Q 1:53.2  28.1 *0.05   John Campbell  Jimmy Takter
5  Dony Andreas  5  3/3  3/3H  3/3  3/3  2/3Q 1:54.0  28.1 28.30   Corey Callahan  John Butenschoen
3  Don Dorado  3  2/1H  2/2  2/1H  2/2H  3/4T 1:54.2  29.0 11.60   Dave Palone  Robert Baggitt Jr
2  Dd`s Hitman  2  7/12  7/10  7°/9  7/10  4/11Q 1:55.3  28.3 14.60   Ake Svanstedt  Ake Svanstedt
6  Auspicious Hanover  6  6/9H  6/8H  6/8H  6/9H  5/12Q 1:55.4  29.0 65.80   Charlie Norris  Charlie Norris
1  Mac Kemp  1  4/5  4/5H  4/7  4/8  6/13T 1:56.1  29.3 64.60   Eric Ledford  Trenton Watson
4  Downundermatter  4  5/7H  5/7  5°/7H  5/9  7/15T 1:56.3  30.0 13.40   Mike Wilder  Louise Pepin
   
       
 
1st Nuncio  (3, H   Andover Hall - Nicole Isabelle - Lindy Lane)
    Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Stall Tz Inc - FL
    Breeder(s):  Russell Williams - PA 
2nd Dony Andreas  (3, H   Donato Hanover - Allamerican Phoebe - Muscles Yankee)
    Registered Owner(s):  William Wiswell - WI
    Breeder(s):  Hanover Shoe Farms Inc - PA 
3rd Don Dorado  (3, G   Donato Hanover - Quintessential K - King Conch)
    Registered Owner(s):  Kelly Walker Stable LLC - MI
    Breeder(s):  Mitchell Walker - MI 
 
   
   
 
Datsyuk won his PASS split in 1:53.4.

Nuncio, in his first start since the Hambletonian, won his PASS split in 1:53.2.

Nuncio bounces back with PASS win
Nuncio rolled to a facile 8-1/4-length victory in a division of Tuesday’s (Aug. 26) $199,980 Pennsylvania Sire Stakes at The Meadows, completing his sweep of the four PASS preliminary legs.

In the other split of the event for sophomore colt and gelding trotters, known as the Hickory Smoke, Datsyuk had to work harder, but still won and cemented his spot in the championship, which is set for Sept. 7 at Harrah’s Philadelphia.

Nuncio, who hadn’t raced since his tough loss to stablemate Trixton in the Aug. 2 Hambletonian, had little trouble dispatching the field, vaulting to the front for John Campbell and scoring in 1:53.2. Dony Andreas overtook Don Dorado late for place. Campbell called it just the type of start Nuncio needed, since Stall TZ’s son of Andover Hall-Nicole Isabelle will perform again this week, in Friday’s $376,000 (est.) Zweig Memorial at Vernon Downs.

“I didn’t have to stress him at all today; he was cruising pretty easy,” Campbell said. “You’re always concerned a little bit when they come out of a couple hard races like you had in the Hambletonian. But he’s bounced back, put on a little weight, and he felt great today.”

In most other years, Nuncio’s impeccable credentials — six wins in nine seasonal starts, first or second in all 19 career outings, nearly $1.1 million in lifetime earnings — would place him at the forefront of divisional championship discussions. But the only horses to have beaten him this year, Trixton and Father Patrick, also are Jimmy Takter trainees and are grabbing more attention.

Campbell cautioned not to count Nuncio out just yet.

“The year’s not over,” he said. “It’s a long time between now and the vote, and there are a lot of big races yet, so I’m not conceding anything in that regard. He’s talented enough that he could win any of those races or all of them.”

Fresh off his 25-1 upset of Father Patrick in the Tompkins-Geers, Datsyuk was headed for the lead from post 6 when trainer-driver Charlie Norris noticed an early duel developing and dropped in fourth. The Explosive Matter-Pink Ribbons gelding moved confidently first over and defeated the rallying Madewell Hanover by 1-1/2 lengths in 1:53.4. Early leader Wheelsandthelegman saved show.

“I could have gone on with him, but I thought the leader would carry us to the stretch anyway,” said Norris, who owns Datsyuk with Leonard Buckner. “I really wasn’t worried. The way he’s been racing out of a hole, I was pretty confident. I had to get after him in the stretch a little — he was kind of lazy.

“I don’t think he’s as sharp as he was, like for the Beal, but he’s coming back. He got beat a couple times, but now he has his confidence back. I look for him to be really sharp for the final.”

Norris said the tentative schedule for Datsyuk, who extended his career bankroll to $250,650, includes the Old Oaken Bucket at Delaware and Grand Circuit action at the Red Mile.

Stakes racing at The Meadows continues Wednesday when the program features a $60,000 PA Stallion Series event for 3-year-old colt and gelding pacers. First post is 12:55 p.m.
             
   
 
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