Canada 2012    Lördag 15 September
     Mohawk Raceway
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     Bee A Magician Prevails In Peaceful Way
   Bee A Magician persevered in a serious stretch duel with the undefeated To Dream On to capture the
   Peaceful Way Stakes trophy during the Canadian Trotting Classic undercard on Saturday night at Mohawk... Read on
   
       
   Race 3
 Peaceful Way - FINAL
 2 åriga ston   1.609 m auto   Purse: CA$ 435 000 (217,500 - 108,750 - 52,200 - 34,800 - 21,750)
             
 
Res Häst St Nr Kusk Tränare KM tid Odds Far Mor
1  BEE A MAGICIAN 02  R Zeron  R Norman 10,7 38  KADABRA  BEEHIVE
2  TO DREAM ON 04  D Miller  J Takter 10,7 13  CREDIT WINNER  SATIN PILLOWS
3  HANDOVER BELLE 09  M Lachance  T Alagna 11,8 297  ANDOVER HALL  HARBOUR BELLE
4  ZORGWIJK NOVA 10  T Ritchie  R Maclean 12,0 272  ARMBRO RICOCHET  ZORGWIJK AMARILLIS
5  SHARED PAST 03  Y Gingras  J Czernyson 12,3 211  CHOCOLATIER  ARMBRO DEJA VU
-  ANTSY DANCEY 07  S Filion  C Beaver 12,5 551  CANTAB HALL  DANCING ON STAGE
-  MASSMANIAN DEVIL 05  B Davis Jr  B Macintosh 12,8 950  MUSCLE MASS  PARADISE VALLEY
-  SAMARTINA 01  K Oliver  J Bax 13,1 1131  MUSCLES YANKEE  VALBRUNA
-  LADY DYNAMITE 08  Y Gingras  M Harder 14,3g 623  MUSCLES YANKEE  ENJOY N MY LADY
-  ONLINE EXCLUSIVE 06  M Lachance  T Alagna dg 915  YANKEE GLIDE  ANDYANNA
   
 
Time: 13.2, 28.2, 57.1, 1:25, 1:39.2, 1:53.4 (Temperature: 14, Condition: FT, Variant: 0)

1st  Bee A Magician      (b,f,2 - Kadabra-Beehive-Balanced Image)
                         Owner: Melvin Hartman,Ottawa,ON-Herb A Liverman,Miami Beach-David H Mc Duffee,Delray Beach,FL
2nd  To Dream On         (blk,f,2 - Credit Winner-Satin Pillows-Conway Hall)
                         Owner: Marvin Katz,Toronto-Al J Libfeld,Pickering,ON
3rd  Handover Belle      (br,f,2 - Andover Hall-Harbour Belle-Lindy Lane)
                         Owner: John A Carver,Bettendorf,IA-Howard A Taylor,Philadelphia,PA
   
 
   
       
       
 
Bee A Magician - The daughter of Kadabra-Beehive has now banked $451,190
Bee A Magician - The daughter of Kadabra-Beehive has now banked $451,190
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Bee A Magician Prevails In Peaceful Way
Bee A Magician persevered in a serious stretch duel with the undefeated To Dream On to capture the
Peaceful Way Stakes trophy during the Canadian Trotting Classic undercard on Saturday night at Mohawk.

With Rick Zeron in the bike for trainer Richard 'Nifty' Norman, the Ontario-sired daughter of Kadabra and Beehive won the $435,000 Peaceful Way Stakes for two-year-old trotting fillies in a career-best 1:53.4, just missing the stakes, track and Canadian record by one-fifth of a second.

When the wings of the gate swung open, longshot Samartina (Keith Oliver) grabbed the lead from the inside post position while outside post 10 starter Zorgwijk Nova (Jody Jamieson) fired across the track into the pocket spot ahead of elimination winners To Dream On (David Miller) and Bee A Magician.

Zorgwijk Nova got the jump start on To Dream On after the :28.3 opening quarter and quickly cleared to command down the backstretch, but To Dream On rolled up to take over by the :57.1 midway point.

The new leader opened up four lengths on her foes as she raced to three-quarters in 1:25 while Bee A Magician moved underway and ducked into the gapping two-hole around the final turn. Zeron then showed his filly open road down the stretch and wore down To Dream On for the narrow score. It was nine and a half lengths back to Handover Belle (Mike Lachance), who rallied from way back to finish third.

"I was just taking my time going around the final turn," said Zeron of his racing strategy in the final quarter. "I thought maybe I would give her a little breather halfway around the turn and into the straightaway and get onto Dave's back and get my filly to swell up a little. I was fortunate I didn't have to go head-on with him and when I tipped her back out she was strong. When I removed the [ear]plugs at the 7/8ths she trotted right by."

Bee A Magician paid $7.70 to win as the 5-2 second choice.

The filly now boasts seven wins on her resume from nine starts and a bankroll of more than $450,000. The $90,000 Harrisburg Sale yearling is owned by Ottawa's Melvin Hartman and Florida partners Herb Liverman and David McDuffee. Among her early career wins are an Ontario Sires Stakes Gold Series Final and a division of the Champlain Stakes.
       
   
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