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Greg Blanchard's Fantasy Stable

Published: May 18, 2017 9:53 am ET

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Who would harness racing's sharpest minds select in the 2017 Trot Magazine Fantasy Stable? Trot Insider will feature 'expert picks' in advance of Friday's entry deadline.

Director of Racing for The Raceway at Western Fair District, Greg Blanchard has offered his picks for the 2017 Fantasy Stable. Blanchard has tabbed Luc Blais as his best bet from the Trainers 1 group.

"Luc's stable has risen to prominence in recent years and he is coming off his best year ever in terms of earnings. His owners were active at the Fall sales and I expect him to have another impressive group of rookies to go along with a strong roster of returning horses."

Fronted by O'Brien Award finalist Emoticon Hanover, Luc Blais posted a career best $2.01 million in stable earnings in 2016, a huge jump from his previous peak of $1.2 milllon.

Group A:

Group B:
Wiggle It Jiggleit

Group C:

Group D:
Western Fame

Group E:
Solar Sister

Group F:

Group G:

Group H:
Crazy Wow

Group I: Two-Year-Old Colt Pacers:
Dance On The Beach
Thinkbig Dreambig

Group J: Two-Year-Old Filly Pacers:
Presto Blue Chip
Butchie Beach

Group K: Two-Year-Old Colt Trotters:
Story Time Hanover
Go To Hill

Group L: Two-Year-Old Filly Trotters:
This Dreams On Me
Mooshka Stride (sold as Check Her Out)

Group M: Trainers 1:
Luc Blais

Group N: Trainers 2:
Tony Alagna

Group O: Drivers 1:
Sylvain Filion

Group P: Drivers 2:
Tim Tetrick

Entries for the 2017 Fantasy Stable Contest can be made up until 5:00 pm (EST) on Friday, May 19. Stables cannot be altered once submitted. Click here to enter!

The contest is based on total earnings of selected horses and five percent of the earnings of selected trainers and drivers between May 19 and December 31, 2017..

For the purposes of the fantasy bankroll, the winners (horses only) of the 2017 Breeders Crown Finals will each receive a $200,000 contest bankroll bonus. Also, in the two-year-old categories, contestants are once again asked to select TWO horses.

At the end of the year, the winner of the contest will receive entry into and travel to the 2018 World Harness Handicapping Championship, a prize valued at (approx) $1,300.

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