Ontario Sire Stakes

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    Raceday    2009-07-23
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Ontario Sire Stakes    Final
2 year old     1.609m auto 
   Purse: 130 000$ 

8-Ja El Express             6.80   3.50   3.40     35798
2-Magic Fruit                      7.10   4.50     13589
5-War King Ton                            4.00      6413

EXACTOR (8-2) paid 34.80, pool 36101
SUPERFECTA (8-2-5-3) paid 374.40, pool 23744
TRIACTOR (8-2-5) paid 163.60, pool 34575
WIN THREE (2-5-8) paid 189.70, pool 2634

1 MILE, TROT, PURSE $130,000.

N:r Plac. Häst               Kön Härstamning                         Kusk                 Tränare              Tid  Dist. Odds     Pris
 8   1    Ja El Express      h   Kadabra - Keystone Bluejay          Jody Jamieson        Jeff Gillis       1:58.1  1609    34   65 000   
 2   2    Magic Fruit        h   Kadabra - Anna Banana               Per Henriksen        Per Henriksen     1:58.1  1609    77   32 500   
 5   3    War King Ton       v   Ken Warkentin - Emma Rules          Roger Mayotte        Bruce MacDonald   1:58.2  1609    80   15 600   
 3   4    Sombrero Hall      h   Striking Sahbra - Stormont Flambe   Paul MacDonell       John Bax          1:58.2  1609   110   10 400   
10   5    Reach Higher       h   Striking Sahbra - Raising The Bar   Steve Condren        John Kopas        1:59.0  1609   134    6 600   
 6   0    Pointe To Pointe   h   Mutineer - Garland Bonita           Trevor Henry         Wayne Henry       1:59.1  1609   388       
 7   0    Quantum Starship   h   Striking Sahbra - Merry Yankee      Trevor Ritchie       Harald Lunde      2:03.1g 1609    26       
 9   0    Duke MacCallum     h   Duke Of York - Rau D Judy           Anthony  MacDonald   James MacDonald   2:03.4g 1609   148       
 1   0    Tymal Tyme         h   Angus Hall - Lukes Elvira           Wayne Henry          Wayne Henry       2:04.1g 1609   805       
 4   d    Great Emancipator  h   Striking Sahbra - Minnesota Carol   Jonathan Drury       Doug J Ackerman        dg 1609   580   

Time: 29.1, 59, 1:27.3, 1:58.1 (Temperature: 18, Condition: FT, Variant: 0)

1st  Ja El Express       (b,c,2 - Kadabra-Keystone Bluejay-Sierra Kosmos)
                         Owner: Ken A Henwood,Mississauga-Jeffrey R Gillis,Guelph,ON
2nd  Magic Fruit         (b,c,2 - Kadabra-Anna Banana-Valley Victory)
                         Owner: Ernst Gerbaulet,Recklinghausen 45665,GER
3rd  War King Ton        (b,g,2 - Ken Warkentin-Emma Rules-Mr Lavec)
                         Owner: Marvin R Chantler,Loretto,ON-Daniel W Macisaac,Charlottetown,PE-John F McCormack-Richard J Bartel,Kelowna,BC
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Ja El Express Still Undefeated

Ja El Express is three starts into his rookie campaign, and the Jeff Gillis trainee has yet to be defeated.

That’s music to the ears of Gillis and partner Ken Henwood, who purchased the son of Kadabra-Keystone Bluejay privately following his pari-mutuel debut in an OSS Grassroots event at Flamboro Downs.

In his first start for the new crew, Ja El Express fired home to take last week’s OSS Gold Series elimination in 1:59.1, and he lowered his lifetime record to 1:58.1 thanks to a narrow victory in Thursday’s $130,000 OSS Gold Series final at Mohawk Racetrack.

Jody Jamieson hustled the colt to the top shortly after the opening quarter flashed up in :29.1, and he maintained a short lead past the mid-way point in :59 seconds. Sombrero Hall, who had the lead at the quarter pole, was on the move in the backstretch and cleared without a tussle. That youngster took the field to the three-quarter station in 1:27.3 while being prompted along by Magic Fruit.

Trotters were fanned out five wide coming into the stretch as the leaders started to weaken. Ja El Express wiggled between horses in the late stages en route to posting the head decision over Magic Fruit, who was a game runner-up. War King Ton, who tracked cover from second over, grabbed the show dough.

“Jeff’s been working on him all along,” said Jody Jamieson. “He’s had some issues; he’s a young horse and it is just typical growing pains. They were quite evident in the race. I had to take my time getting everywhere, and when Mac [Paul MacDonell driving Sombrero Hall] came back around I really couldn’t challenge him and go with him because my horse wasn’t trotting great. He dug down deep and I think he showed his pedigree by digging in down near the wire. Once he got down and trotted half flat, he almost leveled out and I could drive him.”

Ja El Express, who was originally purchased for $17,000 at last year’s Canadian Open Yearling Sale, bumped his lifetime earnings to $104,575 with the win.

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