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  Alagna Stable Shines At Mohawk
Grand Circuit week continued Friday night at Mohawk Racetrack with three-year-old trotting fillies and two-year-old trotting colts and geldings in the spotlight....read on
 2 åriga    1.609 m auto   Purse: $106 974 (41,185 - 20,592 - 9,884 - 6,589 - 4,118)
Race 5
-- Trot, purse $106,974 (EX, P3, SU, TR)
STARTING FEE $1,500 CDN  $1,200 U.S.
Post time: 08:50 P.M.         Lasix: 04:35 P.M.          Horses Entered: 19(split)
   1 Patton                David Miller          George Ducharme    (Conway Hall/Penny Dream)         1:57.3S    $16,923
   2 Cant U Spell          Chris Christoforou    M Keeling          (Cantab Hall/Spellyuptothebar)   Q1:59.2S     $5,526
   3 Jake=                 Sylvain Filion        Luc Blais          (Muscle Hill/Poster Pin Up)       1:56.2S    $13,704
   4 Majestic Streak=      Jason Macdonald       Mark Steacy        (Majestic Son/Throw A Party)     Q1:58.3S     $5,355 
   5 Tycoon Seelster       Paul Macdonell        S Mceneny          (Angus Hall/Travelin Lavec)       1:57.0S    $39,110
   6 King On The Hill=     Tim Tetrick           Jimmy Takter       (Muscle Hill/Lantern Kronos)      1:54.2M    $41,444 
   7 International Moni    Rick Zeron            Frank Antonacci    (Love You/Moni Maker)            Q1:59.4S     $6,000
   8 Signal Hill=          Yannick Gingras       Tony Alagna        (Muscle Hill/Special Appeal)     Q1:57.0M     $9,061
   9 Vero Amore Bi=        Randy Waples          Tony Alagna        (Manofmanymissions/Muscovite)     1:56.2S    $31,262 
  10 Seven And Seven       Tom Durand            Tom Durand         (Chapter Seven/Ally Oop)          1:57.4S    $24,391
Horse                       HV PP    1/4     1/2     3/4     Stretch  Finish     Time    1/4  Driver           Odds   Trainer
8   Signal Hill=                8    1/1T    1/2Q    1/6H    1/7H     1/4Q       1:55.1  29.1 Y Gingras       26.80   T Alagna
6   King On The Hill=           6    5/9T    5@/9    5@/9H   3/7T     2/4Q       1:56    28.1 Ti Tetrick       0.65*  J Takter
3   Jake=                       3    4/7     4@/6T   3@/7T   2/7H     3BE/5      1:56.1  28.3 S Filion         4.15   L Blais
7   International Moni          7    6/12    6@/11   6@/11   4/10H    4/5        1:56.1  28   Ri Zeron         9.50   F Antonacci
10  Seven And Seven             9    7/14Q   7@/12H  8@/12T  6/12     5/6Q       1:56.2  27.4 T Durand         8.35   T Durand
1   Patton                      1    2/1T    2/2Q    2/6H    5/11T    6/15Q      1:58.1  31   D Miller        11.80   G Ducharme
2   Cant U Spell                2    3/4Q    3/4T    4/9     7/14     7/17       1:58.3  30.4 C Christoforou  64.25   M Keeling
4   Majestic Streak=            4X   X8/20   8/13    7/11Q   8/15T    8/17H      1:58.3  30.2 Ja Macdonald    68.20   M Steacy
5   Tycoon Seelster             5X   X9/24   9/31    9/DIS   9/DIS    9/DIS                   P Macdonell     13.85   S Mceneny
9   Vero Amore Bi=              SCRATCHED - VET(LAME)                                                              RE 
Time: 27.4, 57.3, 1:26, 1:55.1 (Temperature: 20, Condition: FAST, Variant: 0)
Judges List: Vero Amore Bi-VET
1st  Signal Hill         (b,c,2 - Muscle Hill-Special Appeal-Cantab Hall)
                         Owner: Brittany Farms,Versailles,KY-David H Mc Duffee,Delray Beach,FL-
                         Marvin Katz,Toronto-Adriano Sorella,Milton,ON
2nd  King On The Hill    (b,c,2 - Muscle Hill-Lantern Kronos-Viking Kronos)
                         Owner: Christina Takter,East Windsor-Goran C Falk,Allentown,NJ-
                         Goran N Anderberg,Malmo,SWD-Hatfield Stables,Columbus,OH
3rd  Jake                (b,c,2 - Muscle Hill-Poster Pin Up-Andover Hall)
                         Owner: Determination,Montreal,QC
 2 åriga    1.609 m auto   Purse: $105 473 (40,607 - 20,303 - 9,745 - 6,496 - 4,060)
Race 9
-- Trot, purse $105,473 (EX, P3, SU, TR)
STARTING FEE $1,500 CDN  $1,200 U.S.
Post time: 10:10 P.M.         Lasix: 05:55 P.M.          Horses Entered: 19(split)
   1 What The Hill=       David Miller         Ron Burke          (Muscle Hill/KT Cha Cha)         1:54.4M   $201,865
   2 Noble Prize=         Roger Mayotte        Roger Mayotte      (Kadabra/So Peachy)                         $15,995 
   3 Arch Enemy           Tim Tetrick          George Ducharme    (Archangel/Msnaughtybutnice)     1:59.4F     $9,000
   4 Soho Hanover=        Doug Mcnair          R Mcnair           (Cantab Hall/Star Hanover)       1:58.2S    $24,324 
   5 Rubio                Yannick Gingras      Jimmy Takter       (Cantab Hall/Italienne Girl)     1:54.2M    $67,317
   6 Manssive             Jody Jamieson        H Okusko Jr        (Muscle Mass/Smooth And Sassy)   1:58.4S    $35,606
   7 Mass Production=     Rick Zeron           Rick Zeron         (Muscle Mass/AllTime Favorite)   1:58.3F    $78,708 
   8 Mountain Of Love     Randy Waples         Tony Alagna        (Muscle Hill/Somebody To Love)   1:58.0S    $15,090 
   9 Speedycrest=         Mario Baillargeon    J Maguire          (Angus Hall/IncredibleIam)       1:59.0F    $34,468 
Horse                       HV PP    1/4     1/2     3/4     Stretch  Finish     Time    1/4  Driver           Odds   Trainer
5   Rubio                       5    2/1H    2/1T    2@/1H   2/Q      1/1H       1:56    28   Y Gingras        0.60*  J Takter
1   What The Hill=              1    1/1H    1/1T    1/1H    1/Q      2/1H       1:56.1  28.2 D Miller         1.55   R Burke
8   Mountain Of Love            8    3/3T    3/4     4/4Q    4/4T     3/5        1:57    28.2 Ra Waples       24.65   T Alagna
4   Soho Hanover=               4    6/10    5@/8H   3@/3T   3/4Q     4/6T       1:57.2  28.4 D Mcnair        45.10   R Mcnair
7   Mass Production=            7    8/14T   7@/12Q  8@/8Q   7/8H     5/7        1:57.2  28   Ri Zeron        17.80   Ri Zeron
2   Noble Prize=                2    4/5T    4/6T    5/6Q    6/7Q     6/7Q       1:57.2  28.2 R Mayotte       75.65   R Mayotte
9   Speedycrest=                9    9/17T   8/14Q   7/8Q    8/9H     7/10T      1:58.1  28.4 M Baillargeon  107.55   J Maguire
6   Manssive                    6    7/12H   6@/10H  6@/6Q   5/7      8/10T      1:58.1  29.1 J Jamieson      21.25   H Okusko Jr
3   Arch Enemy                  3    5X/8    9/20    9/19T   9/24H    9/25Q      2:01    29.1 Ti Tetrick      75.05   G Ducharme
Time: 28.4, 58.3, 1:27.4, 1:56 (Temperature: 20, Condition: FAST, Variant: 0)
1st  Rubio               (b,c,2 - Cantab Hall-Italienne Girl-In Dix Huit)
                         Owner: Christina Takter,East Windsor,NJ-John D Fielding,Toronto,ON-
                         Brixton Medical Inc,Matawan,NJ-Jim H Fielding,Toronto,ON
2nd  What The Hill       (b,c,2 - Muscle Hill-K T Cha Cha-Angus Hall)
                         Owner: Burke Racing Stable LLC,Fredericktown,PA-Our Horse Cents Stables,Melville-
                         J And T Silva Stables LLC,Long Beach,NY-Deo Volente Farms LLC,Flemington,NJ
3rd  Mountain Of Love    (b,c,2 - Muscle Hill-Somebody To Love-Angus Hall)
                         Owner: Crawford Farms Racing,Syracuse,NY-Mystical Marker Farms LLC,Valparaiso,IN-
                         Alagna Racing LLC,Manalapan,NJ-In The GYM Partners,Staten Island,NY
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Signal Hill was a $250,000 purchase at last year's Lexington Selected Yearling Sale.
Alagna Stable Shines At Mohawk
Grand Circuit week continued Friday night at Mohawk Racetrack with three-year-old trotting fillies and two-year-old trotting colts and geldings in the spotlight.

The $221,204 Simcoe Stakes and $212,447 Champlain Stakes each featured two divisions on Friday evening.

Signal Hill stunned his rivals at 25-1 in the $106,974 first Champlain division.

The son of Muscle Hill shot off the wings of the gate and straight to the front for driver Yannick Gingras. Signal Hill posted an opening-quarter of :27.4, but Gingras was able to slow things down in the backstretch to reach the half in :57.3.

Unchallenged around the far turn, Gingras said goodbye to the field and let Signal Hill trot out to a six-length lead at the three-quarter pole in 1:26. The Tony Alagna trainee trotted home in :29.1 to win by 4 ¼ lengths.

King Of The Hill, the 3/5 favourite, finished second, while Jake grabbed third.

Friday was the first time Gingras sat behind Signal Hill and the rookie trotter was a handful for the reinsman prior to the race.

“I liked him after he was trying to kick me out of the bike the whole post parade,” joked Gingras. “I could tell Timmy (Tetrick) was struggling a little bit with (King Of The Hill) behind the gate to get him out cleanly, so I just took my chance and tried to put mine in play.”

A $250,000 purchase at last year’s Lexington Selected Yearling Sale, Signal Hill now has two wins in four starts with both victories coming at Mohawk. He is trained by Alagna for owners Brittany Farms, David McDuffee, Marvin Katz and Adriano Sorella.

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Rubio was a $75,000 Lexington Selected Yearling Sale purchase.
Signal Hill now has $64,312 earned in four starts. He paid $55.60 to win

Gingras returned to the winner’s circle in the $105,473 second division with Rubio.

The Jimmy Takter trained colt was sent off as the 3-5 favourite and followed Peter Haughton Memorial winner What The Hill around the oval through fractions of :28.4, 58.3 and 1:27.4.

In the stretch, Rubio edged to the outside and went toe-to-toe with What The Hill, ultimately powering by to win by a length and a half in 1:56. Mountain Of Love and Soho Hanover rounded out the Superfecta.

A son of Cantab Hall, Rubio entered Friday’s contest off his only loss, a third-place effort in the Haughton Memorial. The Takter trainee now has five wins, including a dead-heat victory in the Haughton elimination, in six starts to begin his career.

“He’s got great manners, but he has high speed,” said Gingras following the victory. “He likes to track horses and he likes to get his nose up front.

“In the Peter Haughton elimination, he really should’ve gotten beat, but he was digging in at the wire and trying to win, you can’t teach that. They either want to win or they don’t.”

Rubio, who was a $75,000 Lexington Selected Yearling Sale purchase, is owned by Christina Takter, John Fielding, Brixton Medical Inc. and Jim Fielding. He now has over $120,000 in earnings.

Rubio paid $3.20 to win.
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