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North-America 2016    Fredag 28 Oktober
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  Hannelore Hanover captures her Crown
Hannelore Hanover (Yannick Gingras) sprinted away from the field in the last eighth of a mile to win the $250,000 Breeders Crown for trotting mares in 1:53.3 by two lengths on Friday night (Oct. 28) at the Meadowlands...read on
             
                 
   Breeders Crown - Final
 Open Mares Trot   1.609 m auto   Purse: $250 000 (125,000 - 58,750 - 28,200 - 18,800 - 11,750 - 2,500 - 2,500)
             
 
RACE 6 - Meadowlands - NJ - October 28, 2016
Conditions: BREEDERS CROWN - FINAL Fillies & Mares Open ** STAKES BARN - THURSDAY 10 PM **
Gait: Trot     Purse: $250,000     Class: BrdrsCrn F     Distance: 1 Mile     Track Cond: FAST  
   
   
 
Sta  Häst  Kön  Kusk  Tränare  Rek  Intj  Far  Mor  Morfar
1  CHARMED LIFE s6  Brett Miller  David Menary 09,9   1 033 067  MAJESTIC SON  CHRISTINA M  MUSCLES YANKEE
2  HANNELORE HANOVER s4  Yannick Gingras  Ron Burke 09,0   1 201 685  SWAN FOR ALL  HIGH SOBRIETY  DREAM VACATION
3  CLASSICAL ANNIE s4  Matt Kakaley  Ron Burke 10,7   239 774  ANDOVER HALL  CLASICALY DESIGNED  LINDY LANE
4  I'M SO FANCY s4  Scott Zeron  Tony Alagna 11,0   308 546  DONATO HANOVER  HARBOUR BELLE  LINDY LANE
5  BEE A MAGICIAN s6  Brian Sears  Richard Norman 09,0   3 948 115  KADABRA  BEEHIVE  BALANCED IMAGE
6  BARN DOLL s4  Jeff Gregory  Jeff Gregory 09,7   788 171  CONWAY HALL  HEADINTHECLOUDS  YANKEE GLIDE
7  D'ONE s6  Tim Tetrick  Roger Walmann 09,0   1 242 591  DONATO HANOVER  GIANT DIABLO  SUPERGILL
8  SHAKE IT CERRY s5  David Miller  Jimmy Takter 09,2   2 755 904  DONATO HANOVER  SOLVEIG  YANKEE GLIDE
  Resultat:   
 
HN  Horse               PP  1/4    1/2    3/4     Str    Finish  Actual    LQ    Odds 
 2  Hannelore Hanover   2   2/1H   1/1Q   1/T     1/1    1/2     1:53.3  27.4   *0.70 
 5  Bee A Magician      5   1/1H   2/1Q   3/1H    3/1T   2/2     1:54.0  28.0    1.60 
 8  Shake It Cerry      8   8/9    6°/5   2°/T    2/1    3/3T    1:54.2  28.2    9.20 
 6  Barn Doll           6   3/2T   3/2H   5/3H    5/3H   4/4Q    1:54.2  28.0   40.10 
 3  Classical Annie     3   5/5Q   5/5    4°/2H   4/2T   5/5     1:54.3  28.2  125.90 
 7  D`one               7   7/7T   8°/7   6°/4H   6/4T   6/5Q    1:54.3  28.0    8.40 
 1  Charmed Life        1   4/4    4/3T   7/5H    7/5H   7/6T    1:55.0  28.1   59.90 
 4  I`m So Fancy        4   6/6H   7/6    8°/6H   8/7    8/8     1:55.1  28.1  107.20 
   
 
1st Hannelore Hanover  (4, M   Swan For All - High Sobriety - Dream Vacation)
    Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Burke Racing Stable LLC - PA, Weaver Bruscemi LLC - PA, Frank Baldachino - NJ, J&T Silva Stables, LLC - NY
    Breeder(s):  Hanover Shoe Farms Inc - PA 
2nd Bee A Magician  (6, M   Kadabra - Beehive - Balanced Image)
    Registered Owner(s):  Melvin Hartman - ON, Herb Liverman - FL, David Mc Duffee - FL
    Breeder(s):  White Birch Farm - NJ 
3rd Shake It Cerry  (5, M   Donato Hanover - Solveig - Yankee Glide)
    Registered Owner(s):  Solveig`s Racing Partners - NJ
    Breeder(s):  Solveig`s Breeders - NJ 
 
   
       
 
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Hannelore Hanover secures her sensational season with a Crown victory.
Hannelore Hanover captures her Crown
Hannelore Hanover (Yannick Gingras) sprinted away from the field in the last eighth of a mile to win the $250,000 Breeders Crown for trotting mares in 1:53.3 by two lengths on Friday night (Oct. 28) at the Meadowlands.

Hannelore Hanover is trained by Ron Burke and owned by Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi, Frank Baldachino, and Jerry and Teresa Silva. She is a 4-year-old mare by Swan For All out of High Sobriety.

Bee A Magician (Brian Sears) and Hannelore Hanover were first to flirt with the lead, but Bee A Magician got there first just before the :27.4 first quarter-mile. Hannelore Hanover was right behind her on the rail and was on the move just beyond that point and took over the lead and held it to the :56.1 half-mile marker.

Shake It Cerry (Dave Miller) was on the move toward the lead from the back of the pack past the half and ranged second on the outside when Hannelore Hanover led the field to the 1:25.4 three-quarters. Bee A Magician was still along the rail behind those two as the field turned for home.

Hannelore Hanover had no serious challengers down the stretch and pulled away from the field for the win, her 16th in 19 starts this year. Bee A Magician was second and Shake It Cerry was third.

“I didn’t doubt my mare, she’s a great horse,” said Gingras. “The International was just a race to forget (she was seventh and broke stride at the start) on a half-mile track. There was definitely a Bee A Magician factor, she looked really good at Yonkers last week (Oct. 15) and I thought she would definitely give me a run for the money. She’s (Hannelore Hanover) got big lungs and that’s one of the reasons we were interested in going to Yonkers, the distance doesn’t faze her at all. She’s always strong finishing like she showed again tonight. She didn’t handle the half-mile but tonight she showed what a great horse she is.”

Burke certainly feels Hannelore Hanover's performance is deserving of Horse of the Year consideration.

"It’s always special to finish off a good year with a Breeders Crown win," he said. "I think that sews up, maybe there wasn’t a doubt, (divisional honors for older) trotting mare and keeps her in the running for Trotter of the Year. I was a little surprised when Yannick removed to the front, but I think he wanted to control the race and make sure she didn’t get boxed in. Bee A Magician I’m sure had a little bit more trot, but I think we had a lot more too, so even if she got out I think we could have held on. Whatever it is, we got there. If we get the win we’re happy."

Richard 'Nifty' Norman acknowledged how tenaciously 2014 Horse of the Year Bee A Magician competed after a tendon injury that very well could have terminated her career.

"She was super," he said. "She had lots of trot. She was good enough to win, she just didn’t get any room. I was happy with everything. She raced good and Brian (Sears) drove her good, I thought he put her in the right spot. She just didn’t get the shot at it. She went over $4 million (in career earnings), but it would have been nice to get another Breeders Crown.

"It’s amazing (on her return to racing). That’s just a credit to her. She’s such an athlete. She’s overcome a lot and she’s right back at a very high level. It seems a shame to shut her down. She’s right back to where she should be. We’re going to look into (going overseas). I’d like to take her to France, perhaps not to race in the Prix d’Amerique but some of those races that Maven raced in, just to give her another month of racing. It’s just option. We haven’t really gotten very far with it. We wanted to get this over with and see how we finished up here."
 
             
   
       
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