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North-America 2016    Söndag 21 Augusti
     The Red Mile
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          Video                 Tidigare vinnare av Kentucky Sire Stakes              
                              1st leg - 2nd leg - Final              
  Kentucky Champions Crowned
The Red Mile played host to the $1.4 million Kentucky Sires Stakes (KYSS) Super Night on Sunday (August 21), and seven different stallions were represented in the eight $175,000 finals for two and three-yearolds of both gaits and sexes....read on
             
                 
   Kentucky Sire Stakes - Final
 2 åriga hingstar   1.609 m auto   Purse: $175 000 (87,500 - 43,750 - 21,000 - 14,000 - 8,750)
             
 
RACE 12 - The Red Mile - KY - August 21, 2016
Conditions: KENTUCKY SIRE STAKES FINAL TWO YEAR OLD COLTS & GELDINGS ENTRY FEE $1,750
Gait: Trot     Purse: $175,000     Class: KYSSFINAL     Distance: 1 Mile    Track Cond: FAST 
   
       
 
HN  Horse  PP  1/4  1/2  3/4  Str  Finish Actual LQ Odds  Driver  Trainer
   
1  Starlight As
 Allstar Hall-Delight As
 1  4/5T  4/3H  4°/2H  2/HD  1/1H 2:02.0  29.1 10.70   Tyler Smith  Anette Lorentzon
   
   
6  He`s On A Mission
 Groton Hall-
 Lisas Mission
 6  3/1T  3/1H  3/1  1/HD  2/1H 2:02.1  29.3 *0.05   Charlie Conrad  Stacey Ruddick
   
   
2  Stanford
 Master Glide-
 Catch Fortuna
 2  1/1  1/H  1/HD  3/Q  3/5 2:03.0  30.3 47.90   John Cummings Jr  C Kevin Thomas
   
   
5  Bourbon Street Sam
 Master Glide-
 Bourbon Boko
 5  2°/1  2°/H  2°/HD  4/T  4/5 2:03.0  30.3 17.40   Randal Jerrell  Bambi Fox
   
   
4  Father Julio
 Tequila Spur-
 Cherry Tree Sara
 4X  6/11T  5/6  5/3  5/3T  5/13H 2:04.3  31.3 11.90   Aaron Merriman  Tyler Shehan
   
   
3  Hidden Creek
 Coyote Creek-
 Chips An Salsa
 3  5/10T  6/11  6/12  6/8T  6/14 2:04.4  30.0 53.40   Sean Mcaleese  Rodney Debeck
   
       
 
1st Starlight As  (2, H   Allstar Hall - Delight As - Striking Sahbra)
    Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Acl Stuteri Ab - KY, Kjell Johansson - SD
    Breeder(s):  Acl Stuteri Ab - KY 
2nd He`s On A Mission  (2, G   Groton Hall - Lisas Mission - Mr Lavec)
    Registered Owner(s):  Stacey Ruddick - IN, Denise Dennis - IN
    Breeder(s):  Walnut Hall Limited - KY 
3rd Stanford  (2, G   Master Glide - Catch Fortuna - Speedy Crown)
    Registered Owner(s):  James Thompson - KY, John Donahue - KY, C Kevin Thomas - KY
    Breeder(s):  Steven Lynn - KY 
   
 
   
   
 

Starlight As



Sheas Victory



Barryscourt



Cash In My Genes

All photos by Nigel Soult
Kentucky Champions Crowned
The Red Mile played host to the $1.4 million Kentucky Sires Stakes (KYSS) Super Night on Sunday (August 21), and seven different stallions were represented in the eight $175,000 finals for two and three-yearolds of both gaits and sexes.

There were two repeat winners from a year ago as three-year-olds Barryscourt and Lakeisha Hall were able to successfully defend their titles. Both sent off the betting favourite in their respective races, Barryscourt won the KYSS final for male trotters with a 1:56.2 effort, while Lakeisha Hall captured the KYSS final for filly pacers in 1:54.2.

Barryscourt got away third with driver Josh Sutton, who waited until the final turn to tip the daughter of Northern Kid to the outside. Barryscourt took control from leader Con Air Hall turning for home and drew clear to a two-length victory over his rival. Fetchit was third for John Cummings Jr.

Bred by Peninsula Farm, Barryscourt is owned by trainer Bobby Brower in partnership with Mystical Marker Farms, Victory Hill Farm and Benjamin Graber. The win was Barryscourt’s third in a row in four starts this year, bringing his seasonal earnings to $93,004.

Dave Palone was parked early with Lakeisha Hall before finding a spot on the rail as Ronnie Wrenn Jr. protected the lead with Bellatricks, but he was able to angle his way off the pylons in the last turn to rally to a 1:54.2 victory, edging past the leader nearing the wire. Tawni Hall was third for Trace Tetrick.

Bred by Walnut Hall Ltd., the winning daughter of Third Straight is trained by Ron Burke for owners Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi LLC. A winner of four in a row, Lakeisha Hall now has seasonal earnings of $124,925.

In the KYSS final for three-year-old male pacers, second choice Cracker Cam and driver Tetrick edged favourite Best To Hurst and Tyler Smith by a head in 1:52.4. Finishing third was the Chris Page-driven Thirdstraight Shot.

Cracker Cam led at every call as he was able to hold off the late rally by Best To Hurst. A gelded son of Cambest, Cracker Cam was bred by Russell Peavyhouse and owned by Peavyhouse Stables. Bill Cottongim trains Cracker Cam, who posted a career-best effort in the KYSS final. The win was his second in 10 starts this year, pushing his earnings to $102,620.

Driver Wrenn, celebrating his 30th birthday on Sunday, directed Cash In My Genes to a 1:57.4 victory in the KYSS final for sophomore filly trotters. Wrenn got away fourth with Cash In My Genes, but moved his charge to the front before half and never looked back, scoring by two lengths as the 2-5 favourite over 71-1 longshot Dazzling Rose and Jimmy Stiltner II. Cash In My Genes’ stablemate, Golden Genes Cash, was third for Mickey Pryor.

A homebred of The Broken Brokers, Cash In My Genes is a daughter of Groton Hall trained by Lee Newcomer. The win was her fourth of the year in 11 starts, increasing his earnings to $100,800.

In the two-year-old finals, Sheas Victory sprung a 40-1 shocker in the race for filly trotters. Taking full advantage of a break at the start by 1-9 favourite Mystic Stella, who had easily won the opening two legs of the KYSS, Sheas Victory got up at the wire for driver Pryor to win by a head over the Smith-driven Cassandra As in 2:01.2, with Almondy As third for driver Page.

Sheas Victory had finished fourth to Mystic Stella in the opening two legs, but she was able to post a career-best effort on Sunday while besting the favourite by one and a half lengths. Bred by Diane Dotson, owned by Candra Foley and trained by Russell Newman, Sheas Victory is a daughter of Bet I Strike.

There was also a big surprise in the final for two-year-old male trotters as overwhelming favourite Hes On A Mission and driver Charlie Conrad had to settle for second behind the 10-1 Starlight As and driver Smith in 2:02. Stanford was third for Cummings.

One week after finishing 34-1/4 lengths behind Hes On A Mission in leg two, Starlight As broke his maiden in his third career attempt. A son of Allstar Hall, Starlight As is owned by breeder ACL Stuteri Ab in partnership with Kjell Johansson. Anette Lorentzon is the trainer.

In The Dark and driver Tetrick won the KYSS final for freshman filly pacers in 1:55.1. The daughter of Cambest bested runner-up Almargot A Fever and driver Page by one length, with Peekaboo Love and Kayne Kauffman third.

Jack Gray Jr. trains the winning daughter of Cambest for owner Jim Avritt. Bred by Steve Stewart and Rick Rader, In The Dark is now a four-time winner in 2016, with earnings of $101,150.

V Power moved from third to first in the stretch to win the KYSS final for first-year male trotters in 1:55.4. Al Eferstein drove V Power, who bested Mt. Sterling Mafia and Cummings by two and three-quarter lengths. Kirsch was third for Tom Jackson.

V Power is a homebred daughter of Prince Chablis for trainer Donna Gilson-Eferstein. The win was the fifth of the year in eight starts for V Power, increasing his earnings to $104,930.

(KYSS)
             
   
 

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