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AJ Cress scores career win 50!

AJ Cress
AJ Cress scored his 50th career victory at Northfield Park on June 18 in 1:57.4. The 12-year-old veteran has 339 career starts, winning 50 times, and finishing second and third 54 and 64 times respectively. The son of Village Connection-Rose Cress-Happy Escort has career earnings of $119,323 and a lifetime mark of 1:55.3 at Northfield, taken at age nine, and his 50 wins have been spread across nine different racing surfaces in three different states. Mark Headworth of Oregon, Ohio owns, trains and drove AJ Cress to this milestone triumph.



 Gale Force Hanover wins Gin Blossom Final

Gale Force Hanover
Gale Force Hanover won Norhfield Park's $15,000 final of the Gin Blossom Trotting Series for trainer Jeff Hochstetler and driver Josh Sutton.

 Sweetheart Dance wins Northfield Open

Sweetheart Dance
Sweetheart Dance captured Northfield Park’s $12,000 Fillies and Mares Open Handicap on June 12 in 1:53.4. Kent Sherman trains for Pittsburgh, PA owner Keith Kippi, and Dan Rawlings was aboard for the winning drive. The daughter of Yankee Cruiser Somkindasweetypie-Life Sign earned her fifth win in 13 starts this season and now has 17 career victories and earnings of $193,491.
 Rockin Finish wins Northfield Pace

Rockin Finish
Rockin Finish won Northfield’s $12,000 Open Pace on June 9 in 1:52.3. Virgin Morgan Jr. conditions the pacer for Gerrie Tucker of Montreal, QC, CA. Ronnie Wrenn Jr. was in the bike for the winning drive behind the son of Rocknroll Hanover-Please Me Please-Camluck, who now has 17 career wins and earnings of $279,682.
 
Rose Run Logan wins Northfield Trot

Rose Run Logan
Rose Run Logan won Northfield’s $12,000 Open Trot on June 9 in 1:55.3. He is trained by Jeff Hochstetler for Sugarcreek, Ohio owner, Philip Hochstetler. Josh Sutton steered the son of Armbro Laser-How Miraculous-Baltic Speed to his 16 career triumph, upping his lifetime earnings to $61,098.


 Wellsaidanddone wins Spring Break Final
Wellsaidanddone
Wellsaidandone won Northfield’s $15,000 Spring Break Series Fianl final on June 3 in 1:54.1 with Keith Kash, Jr. at the lines. The 3-year-old son of Well Said-Yenta Hanover is trained by Tye Loy for owner Harry Locke of Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. The win pushed Wellsaidandone’s lifetime earnings to $28,548.
 Kayla Grace wins Wallflower Final

Kayla Grace & Skip DeMull
Kayla Grace won Northfield Park’s $15,000 Wallflower Series Final on May 29 in 1:53.4. The sophomore filly is owned by the Michigan partnership of ECS Racing and Kevin St Charles. Her trainer, Steve Novak, called upon Skip De Mull for the winning drive. Kayla Grace, a 3-year-old daughter by He’s All That-A Maze Of Grace-Cole Muffler is trained by Steve Novak and was driven by Skip DeMull. The win was her fifth in eight starts in 2014 and her 17th win in 20 career efforts, elevating her lifetime earnings to $81,127.

 Mythical Hall wins Northfield Open Trot

Mythical Hall
Mythical Hall won Northfield’s $12,000 Open Trot on May 27 in 1:55.2 with Aaron Merriman in the sulky. The son of Andover Hall-Myth-Lindy Lane is trained by Andy Rickert for West Seneca, NY owner, Mark Jakubic. Mythical Hall now has 21 career successes and a bankroll of $360,363.

Rockin Finish wins Northfield Open Pace

Rockin Finish
Rockin Finish captured Northfield’s $12,000 Open Pace in 1:53.1 for driver Ronnie Wrenn, Jr. Virgin Morgan Jr. conditions son of Rocknroll Hanover-Please Me Please-Camluck for Gerrie Tucker of Montreal, QC, CA. Rockin Finish has 16 career wins and earnings of $273,682
 Sweetheart Dance wins Northfield Open

Sweetheart Dance
Sweetheart Dance paced to her third consecutive victory, capturing Northfield’s $11,000 Fillies and Mares Open Pace on May 22. She is trained by Kent Sherman for Pittsburgh, PA owner Keith Pippi. Northfield Park leading driver, Josh Sutton, was aboard for the winning drive. The daughter of Yankee Cruiser-Somekindasweetiepie-Life Sign was timed in1:53.4, bested her competition by 1 -lengths. It was the fourth victory this year and 16th career score for Sweetheart Dance and bolstered her lifetime earnings to $184,741..


 Kirty Dream sets new Northfield record

Kirty Dream
Kirty Dream lowered the track record at Northfield Park for aged trotting geldings to 1:54.1 on May 19, 2004 in the $12,000 Open Handicap. Jeff Hochstetler trains the 7-year-old for Mario Caponi of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. Aaron Merriman was aboard for the winning drive. The previous record was set by Dunkster in 1:54.2 in 2004. The son of Cantab Hall-Klelia-Cezio Josselyn pushed his lifetime win tally to 15 and his earnings to $219,578.
 
 So Long My Love wins Northfield Open

So Long My Love
So Long My Love paced to her third consecutive victory, capturing Northfield Park’s $12,000 Fillies and Mares Open Pace on May 8 in 1:54.4. She is owned and trained by Scott Cox of Streetsboro, Ohio. The daughter of American Ideal-Letmedowneasy-Camluck bested her competition by 1 -lengths for driver Ryan Stahl. So Long My Love bolstered her lifetime earnings to $60,253 with the win, her sixth of 2014 and the tenth of her career.
 
Julians Ceasar & Roadside Delight win Northfield Opens

Julians Ceasar
Julians Caesar captured Northfield Park’s $12,000 Open Handicap Trot on May 5 in 1:55.3 by 1 lengths with Chris Page in the sulky. Ron Burke trains the 7-year-old son of Oaklea
Julian-Twin B Lady-Royal Strength for Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi. This win was the fifth of the year for Julians Ceaser and pushed his career earnings to $263,692.


Roadside Delight
Roadside Delight was victorious in Northfield’s $11,000 Open Handicap Pace, timed in 1:52.2 by 1 lengths. The son of Bettor’s Delight-Road Sign-Life Sign is trained by Tyler Nostadt for Pine Grove stables and was driven by Keith Kash Jr. Roadside Delight has four wins in 10 starts this year, 21 career successes and a bankroll of $294,251.



 So Long My Love wins Northfield Open

So Long My Love
So Long My Love captured Northfield Park’s $11,000 Fillies and Mares Open Pace on May 1 in 1:53.3. She is owned and trained by Scott Cox of Streetsboro, Ohio. Greg Grismore was aboard for the winning drive behind the daughter of American Ideal-Letmedowneasy-Camluck, who made it her fifth win of the year and ninth career score. Her career earnings now stand at $54,253.
 Rose RunLogan wins Northfield Open Trot

Rose Run Logan
Rose Run Logan won for the fourth consecutive time when he captured Northfield’s the $11,000 Open Trot on April 28. The son of Armbro Laser-How Miraculous-Baltic Speed is owned and trained by Jeff Hochstetler of Urichsville, Ohio. Josh Sutton was aboard for the 1:56.4, which saw Rose Run Logan best his competition by 4 -lengths. This venerable trotter now has 15 career wins and $50,698 in earnings.


 
Fiyonce wins Courageous Lady at Northfield

Fiyonce Courageous Lady 
Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi's horse, Fiyonce, won the $110,000 Courageous Lady at Northfield Park.

Trained by Ron Burke and driven by Josh Sutton, Fiyonce bested her competition by a head at the wire and was an upset winner, returning $48.60. Fiyonce started from post five and let her competition carve out the fractions of :27, :56.1 and 1:25.1. She was last at the top of the stretch and moved from worst to first in a thrilling stretch drive, stopping the timer at 1:55.1

Completing the field were That Woman Hanover, Sister Stroll, A La Notte Hanover, Shell Bell and Kayla Grace. Fiyonce (Rocknroll Hanover-Fionavar Hanover-The Panderosa) now has two wins in 11 lifetime starts. Friday’s victory increased her career bankroll to $116,549.




 

Drew Bromac N scores 50th Career Victory
Drew Bromac N
Drew Bromac N paced home for his 50th career victory at Northfield Park on April 23, winning by half a length in 1:56.4 for driver Ronnie Wrenn, Jr. The 14-year-old classy veteran has 234 career starts, winning 50 times, and finishing second 37 times and third 38 times. The son of OK Bye-Deana Bromac-Caprock has career earnings of $294,096 and a lifetime mark of 1:54 at Harrington Raceway at age 10. The pacer’s richest win was for a purse of $15,000 in an Open Pace at Saratoga Raceway in 2008. His 50 wins have been spread across eight different racing surfaces in five different states. Barry Armstrong of Northfield, Ohio owns and trains Drew Bromac N.


 
Up Front Kellie Jo wins at Miami Valley Raceway
Up Front Kellie Joe MVR
Up Front Kellie Jo won her fifth straight Open Pace, this time at Miami Valley Raceway, on April 20. The 8-year-old Bettor's Delight mare prevailed over Y Mach Me (Kyle Ater) by a head in 1:52 and Bazooka Terror (Randy Tharps) whfor driver Josh Sutton. Up Front Kellie Jo is owned by Ed Mullinax and Mark Ford and trained by Rob Harmon.



Hackett winners at Miami Valley Raceway


Big Bossman
Big Bossman managed a narrow 1:55.3 victory over Chance I Might in the first of two elimination divisions of the James K. Hackett Memorial late-closer at Miami Valley Raceway on Saturday night.

Friskie Adam
Friskie Adam was an open lengths winner in the second Hackett elimination clocked in 1:55.2.

Crown Time Keeper
Crown Time Keeper (Chris Page) sped to the quickest James K. Hackett Memorial elimination victory with a 1:56.1 clocking at Miami Valley Raceway on April 18, 2014.

JJ Hall
J J Hall (Kayne Kauffman) trotted to a new all-age track trotting record of 1:55.1 in the $8500 Open at Miami Valley on April 18, 2014.

Paydaze On The Way
Paydaze On The Way (Kayne Kauffman) was an impressive wire-to-wire winner in the second Hackett Memorial elimination stopping the timer in 1:56.3.


 
Power Everywhere wins Northfield Open

Power Everywhere
Power Everywhere captured Northfield Park’s $9,000 Fillies and Mares Open Pace on April 17 in 1:55.1. The daughter of Kilowatt-Imagine Anywhere-Camluck is trained by Calvin Hollar & Robin Miller was in the sulky for owner Edwin Harwood of Monroe, Michigan. The win was the sixth this year and 20th career score for Power Everywhere & upped her lifetime earnings to $63,467.

 Rockin Finish wins Northfield Open Pace

Rockin Finish
Rockin Finish captured Northfield’s $9,500 Open Pace on April 14 in 1:54.3 for driver Ronnie Wrenn,
Jr. Virgil Morgan Jr. trains the 5-year-old son of Rocknroll Hanover-Please Please Me-Camluck for
Canadian owner Gerrie Tucker. The win was Rockin Finish’s 14th and upprf his earnings to $259,632.

Rose Run Logan wins Northfield Open Trot

Rose Run Logan 
Rose Run Logan won for the eighth time in nine starts this year in Northfield’s $10,000 Open Trot on
April 14. He is owned and trained by Jeff Hochstetler of Urichsville, Ohio and was driven by Josh
Sutton for the 1:56.2 win. The son of Armbro Laser has 14 career wins and a bankroll of $45,198.

 Spill The Beans timed in 1:51.4 at MVR
Spill The Beans
Spill The Beans scored a 1:51.4 track-record-tying clocking when he captured a $7,000 conditioned pace April 12 at Miami Valley Raceway. Kayne Kauffman steered the 5-year-old son of Tell All for owners Michael Goldberg & White Bridle Racing

Bursting Blaze timed in 1:51.4 at MVR
Bursting Blaze
Bursting Blaze joined Lookinforadventure and Spill The Beans as co-track record holders on April 12, pacing in 1:51.4 at Miami Valley Raceway. The 6-year-old son of The Panderosa was driven by Chris Page for The Thumbs Up Stable and trainer John Kina.

Can He go wins MVR Open in 1:52.4
Can He Go
Can He Go & driver Greg Grismore captured the Open Pace on April 12, lowering his own track record for 4-year-olds to 1:52.4. The Virgil Morgan Jr. trainee is owned by Majs NY Inc., Gerrie Tucker and RBH Ventures Inc.


 Victory Is Coming sets Miami track record

Victoy Is Coming
Victory Is Coming bested the boys at Miami Valley Raceway last night, sweeping to an all-age track record of 1:54.1 in the $10,000 Open Trot for driver-trainer Ammon Hershberger. The 7-year-old daughter of Victory Sam cruised to the wire 1-3/4 lengths for owners Betty & John Shaw. Victory Is Coming now has 43 career victories and $460,090 in earnings.



 Up Front Kellie Jo wins fourth in a row

Up Front Kellie Jo
Up Front Kellie Jo captured Northfield’s $10,000 Fillies & Mares Open Pace on April 10 in 1:52.3 for Josh Sutton. The daughter of Bettor’s Delight-Life’s Highway-Life Sign is trained by Rob Harmon for owners C. Ed Mullinax and Mark Ford. The win was career victory 43 for Up Front Kellie Jo and increased her lifetime earnings to $846,097.


 Lyons Josephjnr wins Northfield Open Pace

Lyons Jsmdp
Lyons Josephjnr captured Northfield’s $9,500 Open Pace on April 7, clocked in 1:54.3 over a sloppy track. Ron Burke trains the 5-year-old son of Million Dollar Cam-Lyons Sure Sign-Life Sign for Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi. The triumph increased Lyons Josephjnr’s lifetime win tally to 13 and his earnings to $198,951.


Rose Run Logan wins Northfield Open Trot

Rose Run Logan
Rose Run Logan took Northfield’s $10,000 Open Trot for owner-trainer Jeff Hochstetler of Urichsville, Ohio on April 7. The son of Armbro Laser-How Miraculous-Baltic Speed was clocked in 1:55.1, and now has 13 career wins and $40,198 in earnings.
 Ardyne Ace wins Miami Valley Feature

Ardyne Ace
ARDYNE ACE (Randy Tharps) scored his second straight victory in Miami Valley's weekly feature, the $9500 Open I Pace, despite an uncovered overland journey from
start to finish. The Jim Pollock Jr. trainee never saw the pylons through parked-out fractions of :27.1, :55.1 and 1:22.4 before clearing to a one-length triumph
in 1:52 for owners David Ehrenberg II and Daniel Fawcett. It was the second win in six seasonal starts for Ardyne Ace.


 Up Front Kellie Jo wins third straight at Northfield Park

Up Front Kellie Jo
Up Front Kellie Jo won her third straight $9,500 Fillies & Mares Open Pace at Northfield Park on April 3. Trained by Rob Harmon for owners C. Ed Mullinax and Mark Ford, Josh Sutton has been in the bike for the trio of victories. The daughter of Bettor’s Delight-Life’s Highway-Life Sign bested her competition by a length in 1:55.3 over a sloppy surface. The win was career victory 42 for Up Front Kellie Jo and increased her lifetime earnings to $841,097.
 Rose Run Logan wins Open Trot at Northfield Park

Rose Run Logan
Rose Run Logan won Northfield’s $10,000 Open Trot on March 31 for Josh Sutton in 1:55.4, just a tick off his career mark. The son of Armbro Laser-How Miraculous-Baltic Speed is trained and owned by Jeff Hochstetler of Urichsville, Ohio, and was an uncontested 2 -lengths in front at the wire. Rose Run Logan has 12 career triumphs and has won six of seven starts in 2014.
 Forever Good wins Northfield Open Pace

Forever Good
Forever Good captured Northfield’s $10,000 Open Pace on March 31 for driver Chris Page. Barry Langley trains the 10-year-old son of Dream Away-Lasting Approval-Western Hanover who was clocked in 1:53.4. Monday’s triumph increased Forever Good’s lifetime win tally to 32 and his earnings to $345,436.
 Up Front Kellie Joe wins Northfield Open for Second Straight Week

Up Front Kellie Jo
Up Front Kellie Jo won Northfield’s $10,000 Fillies and Mares Open Pace on March 27 in 1:54.3 for driver Josh Sutton. The daughter Bettor’s Delight-Life’s Highway-Life Sign is trained by Rob Harmon for C. Ed Mullinax and Mark Ford. The win was career victory 41 for Up Front Kellie Jo and increased her lifetime earnings to $836,347.
 
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Brett Clydesdales
OHHA track rep Brett Merkle poses in front of the world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales at Miami Valley Raceway on March 27


 Up Front Kellie Jo wins at Northfield

Up Front Kellie Jo
Up Front Kellie Jo won Northfield’s $9,500 Fillies and Mares Open Pace on March 20 in 1:55.2 with Josh Sutton driving. The daughter of Bettor’s Delight-Life’s Highway-Life Sign is trained by Rob Harmon for owners C. Ed Mullinax and Mark Ford, and this win was her career victory 40, pushing her lifetime earnings to $831,347.

Rose Run Logan wins fifth straight at Northfield

 Rose Run Logan
Rose Run Logan trotted home for his fifth straight win March 17 at Northfield Park. The 7-year-old gelding is owned and trained by Jeff Hochstetler of Urichsville, Ohio, and Jason Merriman was in the sulky as the son of Armbro Laser-How Miraculous-Baltic Speed was timed in 1:55.3. The triumph was the 11 career success for Rose Run Logan and increased his lifetime earnings to $27,698.


Goodnite Gooduluck wins Open Pace

Goodnite Goodluck
Goodnite Goodluck captured Northfield’s $9,500 Open Pace on March 17 for owner Mark Jakubik of West Seneca, New York. Trainer Andy Rickert enlisted the driving services of Aaron Merriman, who guided the son of Bettor’s Delight-Priority Overnite-Artsplace to a 1:53.4 clocking. The win was Goodnite Goodluck’s 34 career victory and pushed his bankroll to $302,547.



Julians Caesar wins second straight at Northfield Park


Julians Caesar
Julians Caesar won Northfield’s $10,000 Open Trot in 1:57.4 for driver Chris Page. Ron Burke trains the 7-year-old trotter for owners Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi LLC. The son of Oaklea Julian-Twin B Lady-Royal Strength now has 13 lifetime wins and career earnings to $250,172.



 Julians Caesar wins Northfield Open Trot

Julians Caesar
Julians Caesar won the $9,500 Open Trot at Northfield Park on March 10, timed in 1:58.2 for driver Chris Page. Ron Burke trains the 7-year-old trotter by Oaklea
Julian-Twin B Lady for owners Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi LLC. Julians Caesar now has 12 career wins and $245,172 in earnings.

Man He Can Skoot wins Northfield Open Pace

Man Can He Skoot
Man He Can Skoot captured Northfield’s $9,500 Open Pace in 1:54.1 for driver Ronnie Wrenn, Jr. Virgil Morgan, Jr. trains the son of Mantacular-Skoot n’ By for owners
Carl Howard and Gerrie Tucker, who now has 22 lifetime wins and $146,892.
 Doc's Hope wins at Miami Valley Raceway

Docs Hope
Doc's Hope captured the March 9 featured $10,000 Fillies and Mares Open pace at Miami Valley Raceway, holding off Rev Me Up (Tyler Smith) by a head in 1:54.2 for
driver Jeff Nisonger and trainer Marie St. Charles.

 Y Mach Me wins at Northfield

Y Mach Me
Y Mach Me won Northfield’s $9,500 Fillies and Mares Open Pace on March 6 with Kurt Sugg in the sulky. She is trained by Pat Karcher for Carey, Ohio owner Lucky Draw Racing Stable and was timed in 1:55. It was the 11th career victory for Y Mach Me and increased her lifetime earnings to $55,254.
 Canaco Star wins at Northfield
 
Canaco Star
Canaco Star captured the $9,000 Fillies and Mares Open Pace on Feb. 27 at Northfield Park. She is trained by Misty Carey for owners Michael Kessler of New Hartford, New York and Speed to Burn Racing Stable of Utica, New York. Keith KashJr. was aboard for the winning drive that saw Canaco Star win by -length in 1:56. The victory was the 38 career win for Canaco Star and increased her bankroll to $153,018.
 Love Ignites wins fourth straight at Northfield

Love Ignites
Love Ignites scored his fourth straight win on Feb 25 at Northfield Park. The 5-year-old gelding is owned by Mitchell Walker of Davison, Michigan and
trained by Don Pfister. Ronnie Wrenn Jr. was aboard for the 1:59 victory, that the son of Sand Vic won by 5 -lengths
 
Pembroke Snapshot And Lyons Josephjnr Take Monday Opens at Northfield Park

Pembroke Snapshot  Lyons Josephjnr
                                         Pembroke Snapshot                                                                                                                    Lyons Josephjnr

Pembroke Snapshot was the winner of $9,500 Open Trot in Northfield Park’s opening race on Monday (February 17). Johnny Yoder of Dundee, Ohio owns and trains the nine year-old trotter. Aaron Merriman was aboard for the winning drive. Pembroke Snapshot (SJs Photo-Super Earl-Earl) started from post four and led at every call through fractions of :28.4, :58.4, 1:27.4 and 1:57.3. Pembroke Snapshot easily handled his competition and was 2 -lengths in front at the wire. Completing the race were Kahoku, Arianna Hall, Hello Carlo, Easy Strength, Saintfrancis and Zorgwijk Heavenly. Monday’s triumph increased Pembroke Snapshot’s lifetime win tally to 25 and his career earnings to $255,650. He was the race favorite and returned $3.60 to win.

In the evening’s eighth race, Lyons Josephjnr captured the $10,000 Open Pace for owners Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi LLC and trainer Ron Burke. Northfield Park’s leading driver, Josh Sutton, picked up the win aboard the five year-old stallion. Lyons Josephjnr (Million Dollar Cam-Lyons Sure Sign-Life Sign) started from post seven and let his competition carve fractions of :28.1, :57.1 and 1:26.4 while facing strong wind and heavy snow. Lyons Josephjnr bested his competition by a length, stopping the clock at 1:56. Completing the race were Nathan Feelsgood, PL Dragon, Machel Angelo, Malosi N, Bestinthebusiness, Stevie Diamonds and Nabber Again. Lyons Josephjnr now has 12 career successes. Monday’s victory pushed his bankroll to $187,651. He paid $19.60 to win.


 Lookinforadventure lowers Miami Valley record

Lookinforadventure
Despite sub-freezing temperatures Lookinforadventure scorched the new Miami Valley five-eighths mile oval in 1:51.4 on Feb. 16 to capture the featured $10,000 Open-Preferred pace and lower the track record for river Ronnie Wrenn Jr.
 Holiday Shopper wins at Miami Valley

Holiday Shopper 
Holiday Shopper edges Aqua Artist to capture the $9,500 Fillies & Mares Open pace at Miami Valley Raceway on Feb. 15, 2014.
 
Lookout Macatoo wins the first race at the new Miami Valley Gaming & Racing

Lookout Macatoo
The very first winner at the new Miami Valley Gaming & Racing! Lookout Macatoo. The 6 year old gelding is owned by R. Doug Cullers of Greenville, Ohio.
Christopher Hope is the trainer, and Randy Tharps drove him to victory in 1:55.1
 
Crazy Luv Bug wins Northfield Fillies & Mares Open

Crazy Luv Bug 
Crazy Luv Bug captured the $9,500 Fillies and Mares Open Pace on Feb. 6 at Northfield Park. She is trained by Paul Holzman for owner Ameer Najor of West Bloomfield, Michigan.
Aaron Merriman was aboard for the winning drive that was clocked in 1:55.2. The daughter of American Ideal-Luv’s For Ever-Storm Damage increased her bankroll to $213,258
in her 18th career triumph.

 

 Near The Limit Scores Career Win 50 

Near The Limit
Near The Limit scored his 50 career victory, winning the at Northfield Park on Feb 5 in 1:59.2 for driver JD Wengerd and trainer Marvin Raber. Bert Dale Hershberger
of Millersburg, Ohio owns Near The Limit, a son of Yankee Glide-Cardinal Lexie-Cooper Lobell who has career earnings of $361,542. He took his lifetime mark of 1:54.1
at The Meadowlands at age 4. Near The Limit is a full brother to Race Fan 3, 1:54.4 ($157,201) and to Tale To Tell 4, 1:56.3s ($82,490).


 Classical Man wins Northfield Open Trot

Classical Man
Classical Man captured the $10,000 Open Trot for owner/trainer William Bercury of Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania in 1:55.2. Aaron Merriman was in the sulky behind
the 13-year-old gelding. The son of Malabar Man-Classical Motion-Crowning Point has 41 career wins and $624,073. The third of ten foals, Classical Man is a full
brother to A Youre Adorable 3, 1:58.1s ($56,259) and a half-brother to Classical Winner (by Credit Winner) 3, 1:57.4s ($36,201) and Trades In Motion
(by RC Royalty) 3, 2:01H ($15,807).


Jebswesternshake wins Northfield Open Pace

Jebswesternshake
Jebswesternshake won the $9,500 Open Pace at Northfield Park on Feb. 3. Staci Malady of Rives Junction, Michigan owns the 9-year-old pacer, who is trained
by Gerald Malady. Josh Sutton steered the son of Western Hanover-Shake Away-Dream Away, who went wire to wire through fractions of :27, :55.1, 1:23.1
 and 1:52.1. He was 4 -lengths in front at the wire. The win increased Jebswesternshake’s lifetime tally to 35 and his career earnings to $187,974.
 Jebswesternshake is the first of six foals from his dam, and is a half brother to: Shakearose (by The Panderosa) p, 5, 1:50.3 ($236,508); Shakin In My Shoes
(by Village Jolt) p,3,1:57F ($29,342); and Shakin Down Town (by Metropolitan) p, 3, 1:59.2h ($8,304).

 Classic Sakuri wins at Northfield

Classic Sakuri
Classic Sakuri won the $10,000 Fillies and Mares Open Pace on Feb 1 at Northfield Park. Barry Langley conditions the bay mare for owners Lora Markley
& Kiesha Malloy. The 8-year-old daughter of Astreos-Spider Cam-Camluck) was timed in 1:56.2 with Josh Sutton at the lines, and was Classic Sakuri’s
 25th career win, pushing her lifetime bankroll to $125,910.
 
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