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        Video                   Tidigare vinnare av New Jersey Sire Stakes              
                              1st leg - 2nd leg - Final              
  What The Hill Crushes NJ Foes
What The Hill reinforced his standing as a big-time Hambletonian contender, reporting home a dominant winner as the New Jersey Sire Stakes took center stage with four $20,000 second-leg events Friday night (May 26) at The Meadowlands....read on
             
               
   New Jersey Sire Stakes - 2nd leg
 3 åriga hingstar   1.609 m auto   Purse :$25 000
             
 
RACE 6 - Meadowlands - NJ - May 26, 2017
Conditions: NEW JERSEY SIRE STAKES 3 Year Old Colts & Geldings 2nd Leg (Declaration Fee $500)
Gait: Trot     Purse: $20,000     Class: 3yrC NJSS     Distance: 1 Mile     Planned Post Time: 8:55 PM 
   
       
 
HN  Horse  PP  1/4  1/2  3/4  Str  Finish Actual LQ Odds  Driver  Trainer
   
2  What The Hill  2  1°/H  1/1Q  1/5  1/4H  1/4T 1:53.0  29.1 *0.10   David Miller  Ron Burke
   
   
1  King On The Hill  1  3/2  3/2T  3°/5H  2/4H  2/4T 1:54.0  29.1 6.30   Brian Sears  Jimmy Takter
   
   
8  New Jersey Viking  8  4/4  4/5Q  4°/6T  3/6T  3/7H 1:54.2  29.1 54.00   Andrew McCarthy  Ake Svanstedt
   
   
5  Muscle High  5  8/11Q  8/13T  7/13T  5/10  4/10H 1:55.0  28.2 86.80   Tim Tetrick  Linda Toscano
   
   
4  Deacon Tony  X4  7/9T  7°/11H  5/8T  4/8T  5/10H 1:55.0  29.2 20.70   Jim Marohn Jr  Ron Burke
   
   
9  Southwind Cobra  9  10/14T  10/17H  8°/15Q  6/11T  6/12Q 1:55.2  28.3 9.70   Yannick Gingras  Ron Burke
   
   
7  Signal Hill  7  9/13Q  9/16  9/16H  7/16T  7/20T 1:57.1  30.1 104.30   Scott Zeron  Tony Alagna
   
   
10  Fly On  10  11/16T  11/21H  10/20H  8/18Q  8/22Q 1:57.2  29.3 67.00   Andy Miller  Julie Miller
   
   
6  El Senor Deo  6  2/H  2/1Q  2/5  9/18Q  9/27H 1:58.2  33.3 72.50   Oskar Florhed  Ake Svanstedt
   
   
11  Impacter  [11  5/6H  5/9Q  X11/23H  10/24Q  10/33T 1:59.4  31.2 71.60   Corey Callahan  Ake Svanstedt
   
   
3  Southwind Woody  3  6/8H  6°/10Q  XIP6X/13T  X11/29Q  11/48T 2:02.4  36.1 92.00   Marcus Miller  Ron Burke
   
   
       
 
1st What The Hill  (3, H   Muscle Hill - K T Cha Cha - Angus Hall)
    Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Burke Racing Stable LLC - PA, Our Horse Cents Stables - 
    NY, J&T Silva Stables, LLC - NY, Deo Volente Farms LLC - NJ
    Breeder(s):  Stan Klemencic - ON 
2nd King On The Hill  (3, H   Muscle Hill - Lantern Kronos - Viking Kronos)
    Registered Owner(s):  Christina Takter - NJ, Goran Falk - NJ, Goran Anderberg - SD, Hatfield Stables - OH
    Breeder(s):  Falkbolagen Ab - NJ 
3rd New Jersey Viking  (3, H   Muscle Hill - Hall Of Wishes - Broadway Hall)
    Registered Owner(s):  Knutsson Trotting Inc - FL, Little E LLC - NY
    Breeder(s):  Winbak Farm - MD 
   
       
 
   
       
       
 

What The Hill and driver David Miller are clear of the field in New Jerey Sire Stakes action Friday night at the Meadowlands.


Ice Attraction
What The Hill Crushes NJ Foes
What The Hill reinforced his standing as a big-time Hambletonian contender, reporting home a dominant winner as the New Jersey Sire Stakes took center stage with four $20,000 second-leg events Friday night (May 26) at The Meadowlands.

The son of 2009 Hambo champ Muscle Hill won his NJSS dash for three-year-old colts and geldings on the trot with ease to stay unbeaten in three starts this year. The Ron Burke trainee exploded clear of the field at the five-eighths and went on to a four and three-quarter-length win in 1:53. King On The Hill was second with New Jersey Viking third.

As the 1-9 public choice, What The Hill returned $2.20 to win.

“He was a little bit rambunctious,” said Burke. “He took off [at the five-eighths] on his own. He needs to do a little bit less of that. He needs to relax a little bit more. We’re going to open his bridle up and [driver] David [Miller] will make more of a conscious effort [to calm him down].”

Burke is upbeat about what he is seeing with the Hambletonian a little more than two months away.

“This horse, he seems to get better and better every time he gets behind the gate," he said.

In other NJSS action, Every Way Out ($2.10 to win) scored in the three-year-old colt and gelding pace by seven and three-quarter lengths in 1:52.3 for driver Tim Tetrick and trainer Dylan Davis; Colorful Jasmine ($2.60) took the three-year-old filly pace by three lengths in 1:52.3 for Corey Callahan and Thomas Cancelliere; while Ice Attraction ($17.20) was the only non-favourite to win a NJSS event on the card as she scored by one and a half lengths in 1:54.2 in the three-year-old filly trot for Andrew McCarthy and Ake Svanstedt.

A LITTLE MORE: David Miller, Callahan and Scott Zeron all had driving doubles on the program. … All-source wagering totalled $2,223,336. … Racing resumes Saturday at 7:15 p.m.

(With files from Meadowlands Racetrack)
       
   
           
 
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