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In the $60,600 final of the Horse & Groom, it was a perfect storm for Hldontghttoyurdrms in more ways than one...read on
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n/w 4 pm races or $175,000 life 1.609 m auto Purse: $60 600 (30,300 - 15,150 - 7,272 - 4,848 - 3,030)
1. Hldontghttoyoudrms 1:10,7 (47)
2. Magglio 1:11,3 (338)
3. Crosbys Clam Bake 1:11,3 (219)
4. Banker Volo 1:11,5 (221)
5. Secret Ingredient 1:12,7 (1041)
Opl: Time To Quit 1:11,7g (46) Amigo Ranger 1:13,5g (46) Bambino Glide 1:14,2g (16)
March Awareness 1:14,7g (361) Dreams Of Thunder 1:17,9g (962)
1st Hldontghttoyurdrms (5, G Muscles Yankee - Sweet Gabriella - Malabar Man) Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s): Saverio Spagnolo - NY, Frank Schimizzi - ON, Frank Spagnolo - NY Breeder(s): Carolyn Atherton - NY 2nd Magglio (6, G Coventry - Ok`s Noble Asset - Wall Street Banker) Registered Owner(s): Stephen Oldford - MI, Oldford Farms LLC - MI Breeder(s): Darwin Shaver - MI, Ann Shaver - MI 3rd Crosbys Clam Bake (4, G Kadabra - Pacific Elegance - Donerail) Registered Owner(s): Randy Bendis - PA, Thomas Pollack - PA, Jack Piatt II - PA, R Hauber - OH Breeder(s): Ed Lohmeyer - NJ, Patricia Hogan - NJ
In the $60,600 final of the Horse & Groom, it was a perfect storm for Hldontghttoyurdrms in more ways than one.
First, the 3-5 favorite Bambino Glide made a break prior to the start, never to be involved. At the start, round one winner Amigo Ranger went off-stride. Next, turning down the backstretch, with Hldontghttoyurdrms leading through a :27.3 opening quarter, pocket-sitting March Awareness broke stride, leaving the pacesetter with a six length lead heading to the half.
Hldontghttoyurdrms got that half in :55.4 and three-quarters in 1:24.3, while never facing a challenge and romping to an easy score in 1:53.4 for Canadian based driver Jonathan Drury. Longshot Magglio was second with Crosbys Clam Bake finishing third.
The winner had been a bit disappointing in the first two rounds of the series, but with the money down, the gelded son of Muscles Yankee got the job done. He is trained by Corey Johnson for owners Saverio Spagnolo, Frank Schimizzi and Frank Spagnolo.
Scott Zeron and Jim Morrill, Jr. were the winners in Round 2 of the Legends vs. Phenoms Drivers Challenge.
Scott Zeron continues to make plenty of noise at The Meadowlands as he easily led the Phenoms from gate-to-wire to win the second leg of the Drivers Challenge with 85 points. Zeron also won the “phenom” category last week as well.
While Zeron is dominating the Phenoms, the Legends category has been a battle. Andy Miller and Jim Morrill, Jr. went into the last race with 83 points each, with first round winner David Miller right behind with 81 points. In the end, it was Morrill, with 90 points, winning Round 2 for the Legends.
For the tournament, David Miller (172) leads the Legends followed by Andy Miller (160), Jim Morrill, Jr. (158), Corey Callahan (74) and John Campbell (73).
Scott Zeron (163) is cruising along in the “Phenoms” category. Joe Bongiorno (90) is a clear-cut second. Rounding out the top 10 are Tony Hall (60), Jonathan Drury (54), Steve Smith (52), Jim. Marohn, Jr. (49), Vincent Ginsburg (46), Tyler Smith (45), Jim Meittinis (33) and Eric Abbatiello (22).
On Saturday (April 26), the top five Legends and the top five Phenoms will qualify for the Driver Challenge final, with the winner earning $15,000.
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