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North-America 2019    Tisdag 16 April
     Miami Valley Raceway
               
        Video                   Tidigare vinnare av James Hackett              
                              Elimination - Final              
  Wittyville cops exciting Hackett final at Miami Valley
Defending Ohio Sires Stakes champion Wittyville has returned for his sophomore season in the same fine form he displayed in his rookie year when he banked $207,153. The 3-year-old Manofmanymissions colt completed a sweep of the $15,000 elimination and $40,000 championship round of the James K. Hackett Memorial for state-bred male trotters on Tuesday afternoon (April 16) at Miami Valley Raceway...read on
             
                 
   James Hackett - Final
 3 YO C&G Trot   1.609 m auto   Purse: $40 000 (20,000 - 10,000 - 4,800 - 3,200 - 2,000)
             
 
RACE 6 - Miami Valley Raceway - OH - April 16, 2019
Conditions: JAMES K. HACKETT MEMORIAL 3 YEAR OLD COLTS (OHIO SIRED) CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL
Gait: Trot     Purse: $40,000     Class: HACKETT3CT     Distance: 1 Mile    Track Cond: FAST 
   
       
 
PP  Horse Med 2019 North America YTD  Driver  Trainer  
      Sts  Time  Earnings     Stable Rec Earnings 
   
1  Never Say Uncle 1   0   0   0   -   $1200   Brett Miller  Christopher Beaver 1:58.4 48 550
  (3, G   Uncle Peter - Travelin Dream - Glidemaster)
   
2  Mystical Peter   3   1   0   1   1:58.1S   $5050   Tyler Smith  James Eaton 1:58.1 12 170
  (3, G   Uncle Peter - Love Me Two Times - Muscles Yankee)
   
3  Westfiftysecond   1   0   0   1   -   $1800   Anthony Macdonald  Jason Mcginnis 1:57.3 56 632
  (3, G   My MVP - Westfiftyfirst - Broadway Hall)
   
4  Shake N Bake   1   0   1   0   Q1:58.1H   $3750   Ryan Stahl  Jeff Cox 1:58.1 102 360
  (3, H   Manofmanymissions - M Stewart - American Winner)
   
5  Dylan The Great 1   1   0   0   1:57.0F   $7500   Dan Noble  Ron Burke 1:57.0 103 700
  (3, G   Break The Bank K - Montauk Point - Conway Hall)
   
6  Wittyville   1   1   0   0   1:57.4F   $7500   Chris Page  Ron Burke 1:56.2 214 653
  (3, H   Manofmanymissions - Witty Girl - S J`s Photo)
   
7  Yes   1   0   0   0   -   $1200   Josh Sutton  Jason Mcginnis 1:57.0 79 025
  (3, G   Manofmanymissions - Fantasy Yankee - Muscles Yankee)
   
8  Otsego 1   0   0   0   -   $750   Kayne Kauffman  Christopher Beaver - 13 118
  (3, G   Dejarmbro - You And Me Baby - Conway Hall)
   
9  Homer Hall 1   0   1   0   -   $3750   Jason Brewer  Steve Carter 1:56.3 77 256
  (3, G   Broadway Hall - Cynthia Iliad - Armbro Iliad)
  Resultat:
 
HN  Horse             PP    1/4     1/2     3/4     Str      Finish  Actual     LQ   Odds 
 6  Wittyville        5     4/3T    4°/5H   4°/1H   2/H      1/NS    1:55.4   30.1  *0.70 
 1  Never Say Uncle   1     5/5Q    6°/6H   5°/2H   3/2      2/NS    1:55.4   30.0  14.00 
 8  Otsego            7     7/8T    5/5T    6/2T    4/2H     3/1T    1:56.1   30.1  67.10 
 7  Yes               6     6/6T    8°/7T   8°/4Q   6/3H     4/2Q    1:56.1   30.0  22.60 
 3  Westfiftysecond   3     1/1H    1/NS    1/HD    1/H      5/2Q    1:56.1   30.4   7.80 
 9  Homer Hall        8     8/10T   7/7Q    7/4Q    5/3H     6/3     1:56.2   30.1  13.70 
 5  Dylan The Great   4     3°/2Q   2°/NS   2°/HD   7/4      7/5     1:56.4   31.2   2.10 
 2  Mystical Peter    2     2/1H    3/2     3X/1H   IP8/19   8/18Q   1:59.2g  33.4  25.60 
 4  Shake N Bake      SCR   SK                                SCR                      NB 
   
 
1st Wittyville  (3, H   Manofmanymissions - Witty Girl - S J`s Photo)
    Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Burke Racing Stable LLC - PA, 
    Knox Services Inc - OH, Weaver Bruscemi LLC - PA
    Breeder(s):  Knox Services Inc - OH 
2nd Never Say Uncle  (3, G   Uncle Peter - Travelin Dream - Glidemaster)
    Registered Owner(s):  Christopher Beaver - OH, Johanna Beaver - FL, Michael Carter - FL, Mary Mc Loughlin - OH
    Breeder(s):  Johanna Beaver - FL, Michael Carter - FL, Mary Mc Loughlin - OH 
3rd Otsego  (3, G   Dejarmbro - You And Me Baby - Conway Hall)
    Registered Owner(s):  Christopher Beaver - OH, Martin Yoder - OH, 
    Steven Zeehandelar - OH, Vip Internet Stable LLC - NJ
    Breeder(s):  Jonas Schlabach - OH 
                 
 
   
   
 
Conrad photo.
Wittyville won a narrow decision in the $40,000 Hackett Memorial championship for sophomore Ohio-sired trotting colts at Miami Valley on Tuesday.
Wittyville cops exciting Hackett final at Miami Valley
Defending Ohio Sires Stakes champion Wittyville has returned for his sophomore season in the same fine form he displayed in his rookie year when he banked $207,153. The 3-year-old Manofmanymissions colt completed a sweep of the $15,000 elimination and $40,000 championship round of the James K. Hackett Memorial for state-bred male trotters on Tuesday afternoon (April 16) at Miami Valley Raceway.

Driver Chris Page was content to get away fourth during the initial quarter in :29, then moved into second-over position behind stablemate Dylan The Great (Dan Noble) as the field passed the half in :57.4.

Nothing changed during the third quarter, although the leader Westfiftysecond (Anthony MacDonald) was forced to put the pedal to the metal during the entire :27.3 panel. Although the tempo slowed, the desire to win didn’t as a cavalry charge to the wire developed through the length of the stretch.

Wittyville angled three wide for the final drive and pushed a nose in front with 100 yards to go. Never Say Uncle (Brett Miller) never did say “uncle” and finished second by the narrowest of margins, while Otsego (Kayne Kauffman) and Yes (Josh Sutton) also closed well to secure automatic bids to the $50,000 Scarlet and Gray Invitational for Ohio-sired trotting colts on Saturday (April 27).

The final clocking of 1:55.4 represents a new lifetime best for Wittyville, who is trained by Ron Burke for Burke Racing Stable, Knox Services of Mt. Vernon, Ohio (also the breeder) and Weaver Bruscemi.

Driver Brett Miller, with ten wins over the past two days, has opened up a comfortable lead on Trace Tetrick in the 2019 Miami Valley dash derby. Through 72 programs of the 87-day meet, Miller has reached the winner’s circle on 151 occasions, eleven more than Tetrick, who has returned to his home base at Harrah’s Hoosier Park, but is still competing at Miami Valley on dark days in Indiana. Dan Noble and Chris Page have been winning at an impressive rate in recent weeks, as well, and are a strong third and fourth in the standings. All four reinsmen have exceeded $1.2 million in purse earnings at Miami Valley in 2019, topped by Miller at over $1.5 million.
 
             
   
 
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