The final set of eliminations for next weekend's $5.6 million Breeders Crown Night were conducted on Saturday night at Pocono Downs with more world records established.
Saturday's card featured $25,000 eliminations for two and three-year-old male pacers, three-year-old trotters of both sexes, open trotting mares, and open pacers of both sexes.
Somestarsomewhere and driver Yannick Gingras opened Saturday night's card with a 1:49.4 world record performance in the first of three eliminations for two-year-old pacing colts and geldings. Also advancing to the final are Sometimes Said (John Campbell) and So Surreal (Tim Tetrick), who finished second and third respectively.
Ron Burke trainee Somestarsomewhere leap-frogged around outside leaver Sometimes Said at the :26.3 first quarter and fought off first over Journeyman (Mike Lachance) through fractions of :55.1 and 1:21.4. He then held off the pylon-skimming Sometimes Said by one length while favourite So Surreal rallied three-wide from third over to show.
The time of the mile was one-fifth of a second faster than the former two-year-old pacing colt mark on a five-eighth-mile track established by Hes Watching and just two-fifths off the overall male record held by gelding One More Laugh.
“In this division there were no slouches,” said Gingras. “There were a couple of good horses in here. I took all the pressure, double moved him to the front and took some big pressure on the backstretch and he held on pretty gamely.”
The son of 2008 Breeders Crown champion Somebeachsomewhere out of Lovely Assistant is owned by Pennsylvania's Burke Racing Stable LLC, Weaver Bruscemi LLC, and Michelle Yanek, along with New Jersey's Lawrence Karr. He now has four wins in nine starts, including a division of the International Stallion Stakes, for earnings of $77,137.
Doo Wop Hanover and Ron Pierce journeyed first over to pull off a 31-1 upset in the second freshman pacing colt elimination, stopping the clock in a career-best 1:51.3. Second over Melmerby Beach (Paul MacDonell) came on for second while Some Major Beach (Brian Sears) rounded out the top three finishers.
Carracci Hanover (Tim Tetrick) brushed to command first followed by favourite Western Vintage (Yannick Gingras) after both were forced wide by breaker Crafty Master (Doug McNair) during a messy :27-second opening quarter. Western Vintage proceeded to lead the way to the half in :54.4 before Doo Wop Hanover began to roll from fifth. Doo Wop Hanover moved up alongside the leader at the 1:24 third quarter mark and put him away down the stretch to earn his second win in 11 starts for trainer Steve Elliott.
Doo Wop Hanover is sired by 2005 Breeders Crown champion Rocknroll Hanover and is out of Deer Valley Miss. He is owned by Peter Blood and Rick Berks of Florida and Rhode Island's Gary Piontkowski.
“I raced him from the back [in his last race] and he really fired home nice,” said Pierce. “I learned over the years never to underestimate Stevie Elliott or Peter Blood. I figured if they had him in the race they must have known something.”
A horse with Breeders Crown bloodlines asserted himself as a serious contender in the two-year-old pacing colt division as Luck Be Withyou shipped into the Chris Oakes barn and immediately impressed with a convincing win in the third elimination.
Ron Pierce timed the gate perfectly with Luck Be Withyou and used his rail position to full advantage, gaining early control over favoured Three Of Clubs (Doug McNair) through an opening quarter of :27.1. Arthur Blue Chip (David Miller) couldn't find a spot on the rail from the outside and was forced to roll on and pressure the pacesetter.
The half was reached in a speedy :53.4 with the freshman colts going toe-to-toe. Miller thought about tucking into the pocket, but that hole closed as McNair moved Three Of Clubs onto Pierce's helmet. Jody Jamieson rolled Smack Talk into second over position at the half, then three-wide as the field passed three-quarters in 1:22.2 with Luck Be Withyou showing no signs of slowing down.
In the stretch, Pierce asked Luck Be Withyou to stay on task and he responded by pulling away from pocket-sitter Three Of Clubs and hitting the wire three lengths to the good with Three Of Clubs and Ari Allstar (Brian Sears) also advancing to next week's final.
The time of the mile for Luck Be Withyou was 1:50, a new lifetime best for the Western Ideal-Trim Hanover colt. Trained and campaigned in Ontario by Bill Cass, Luck Be Withyou is a half-brother to 2012 Breeders Crown winner American Jewel. John Craig of North York, Ont. paid $77,000 for Luck Be Withyou at last year's Lexington Selected Yearling Sale, and he now has four wins in 10 starts.
“We bought him in Lexington last year,” said Cass. “Mr. Craig picked him out of the book and I represented him. We picked him up and he’s been a great horse since. I’ve been in the business for 45 years. Everybody is pointing towards the Breeders Crown. To get one, I’ll tell you, it’s my first and it’s very exciting.”
Coffeecake Hanover and Matt Kakaley glided by favourite Frau Blucher (Ron Pierce) in deep stretch for the 1:52.4 upset win in the first of two eliminations for three-year-old trotting fillies. Thistle Dhu (Brett Miller) edged out Royal Assets (Ray Schnittker) for third, but both fillies will advance to the final. Bouncing Bax (Horward Parker) is the fifth-place finisher from the eliminations with the highest seasonal earnings and will also advance.
Defending Breeders Crown divisional champion To Dream On (Jimmy Takter) cleared to command at the :26.3 first quarter mark over Coffeecake Hanover and fronted the field past the half in :54.1 with Frau Blucher rolling up from fourth to go head-to-head with the leader by the 1:23 third quarter station. Frau Blucher edged by eventual sixth-place finisher To Dream On into the stretch, but an upset-minded Coffeecake Hanover came on to steal the glory as the wire approached, prevailing by three-quarters of a length.
“I just wanted to get her in position, push her off the gate and get away close," said Kakaley. "When I was sitting there, Jimmy was just rolling along and in the last turn I was a little bit worried about getting out, but I just kind of weaseled my way out a little bit. It worked out. She was really good.
“If she gets a trip like she got tonight, I think we’ve got a shot at some good money. Obviously, you’ve got a couple other fillies that are going to be getting a little more respect than her, but I think she proved herself tonight. She can leave quick and she can put herself in the right spot."
The winning filly is sired by 2003 Breeders Crown champion Cantab Hall and is out of Cr Calendar Girl. She is trained by Ron Burke and owned by Burke Racing Stable LLC, Weaver Bruscemi LLC, Michelle Yanek and fellow Pennsylvania resident Keith Pippi. The victory was Coffeecake Hanover's third in 14 seasonal starts and lifted her 2013 bankroll to $161,973. It was also a career-best performance.
Maintaining her perfect sophomore record, trotting filly Bee A Magician delivered an effortless 1:52.4 victory in the second elimination with Brian Sears in the bike for trainer Richard 'Nifty' Norman. Finishing second through fourth, Ma Chere Hall (Corey Callahan), Time To Kill (John Campbell) and Handover Belle (Mike Lachance) also made the final.
Sent postward as the overwhelming 1-9 favourite in search of her 14th win of the season, Bee A Magician brushed from third to first after the :27.1 opening quarter mark. She proceeded to lead the way past the half in :56.3 and three-quarters in 1:25.1. Ma Chere Hall was in pursuit while pocket-sitter Shared Past (Yannick Gingras) and Southwind Cocoa (Tim Tetrick) broke stride around the final turn. Meanwhile, Bee A Magician opened up three lengths on top and cruised home to continue her flawless season.
"She's a real professional," said Sears after the race. "She's very handy; she did it on her own. She knows what we're trying to accomplish out there and she makes my job pretty easy."
The Ontario-sired daughter of 2002 Breeders Crown champion Kadabra and Beehive, who is approaching the $2 million career earnings mark, is owned by Melvin Hartman of Ottawa, Ont., Herb Liverman of Miami Beach, Florida, and David McDuffee of Delray Beach, Florida. She is 24-for-27 lifetime.
On the toteboard, it was a back and forth battle for favouritism between Bax Of Life and Dorsay in the first of two eliminations for older trotting mares...When the race was over, the finish was even closer.
Dorsay (Corey Callahan) made the lead without much stress, hitting the first panel in :27.3 with Cowgirl Hall (Brian Sears) on his back and Bax Of Life (John Campbell) settled in fourth. Campbell made his move to the outer tier at the three-eighths marker, starting the first over bid through the :56.2 half.
Down the backstretch, Campbell asked Bax Of Life to accelerate and get closer to the pacesetter Dorsay, with Unefoisdansmavie (Matt Kakaley) second over and threatening through the 1:24.2 third panel. As the field hit the lane, Bax Of Life was not backing down and Dorsay didn't want to give in. On the wire the race was too close for anyone to call sending the decision to the photo finish. In the photo, Bax Of Life had her nose on the wire for the 1:52.4 score and the honours of drawing her post from the inside five spots.
Dorsay finished second, and in another tight photo Unefoisdansmavie nosed out Cowgirl Hall for third. 2011 Breeders Crown champ Cedar Dove (Ron Pierce) also advances to the final as the fifth-place finisher with the highest seasonal earnings.
“She raced really good [at The Red Mile]," said trainer Jerry Duford. “She’s a pretty good filly. She’s in the top three or four I think. We’ll find out.”
Ontario-based Bax Of Life, a five-year-old Windsongs Legacy-Bax Machine mare, is owned by Duford and Joanne Wray of Campbellville, Ont. She's now four-for-22 on the season and has trotted faster than 1:53.1 in each of her last four starts.
Last year's Breeders Crown champion Maven established a 1:51.4 world record for four-year-old trotting mares on a five-eighth-mile track in the other elimination with her rival and former Breeders Crown champ Check Me Out (Tim Tetrick) rallying home for second. Beatgoeson Hanover (David Miller) finished third while Real Babe (Brian Sears) edged out Win Missy B (Andy Miller) for the last spot in the final.
Intense America (Mike Lachance) made a break in stride at the start of the race to take herself out of contention as Win Missy B left from post five and fronted the field through fractions of :27.3, :55.2 and 1:23.2. Meanwhile, driver Yannick Gingras sent Maven first over from third and the 1-5 favourite took over command at the top of the stretch before opening up two and a half lengths for her ninth win in 12 starts this year.
Tui held the former world record for four-year-old trotting mares of 1:52.3. The older trotting mare record is 1:51.4, co-held by Beatgoeson Hanover and In Your Room.
“I think she’s just getting back into herself; she’s feeling very sharp at the moment," said trainer Jonas Czernyson. "She’s doing everything right. I don’t know why, we haven’t changed anything, but she’s getting better and better. I’m happy that it happened right now."
Czernyson trains the millionaire daughter of Glidemaster out of M Stewart for owner William Donovan, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
Lucan Hanover, driven by David Miller, wore down favourite Sunshine Beach (John Campbell) to win the first of two eliminations for three-year-old pacing colts and geldings in a 1:48 world record clocking. Rounding out the top five finishers were Captive Audience (Andy Miller), Apprentice Hanover (Jody Jamieson), and Fool Me Once (Brian Sears). Fool Me Once will advance to the final as the richest fifth-place finisher of the two elims.
The Casie Coleman trainee established a new world record for three-year-old pacing geldings on a five-eighth-mile track. The former mark of 1:48.3 was co-held by Alsace Hanover, Beach Memories, Vegas Vacation and Ultimate Boy. The colt record, co-held by Bolt The Duer and Sunshine Beach, is just one-fifth of a second faster.
Sunshine Beach was on the move early, rolling up from third to take over command from Fool Me Once just past the :26-second first quarter mark. The favourite led the field to the half in :53.4 and was then faced with first over pressure in the form of Lucan Hanover. Advancing from third, Lucan Hanover engaged in a head-to-head battle with the leader near the 1:21 third quarter station, which lasted the length of the stretch. But Lucan Hanover managed to edge by near the wire for the half-length victory.
“He doesn’t give up, he’s wicked fast and he’s always showed me his talent from day one," said Coleman. "He’s just finally proving it on the racetrack. I think my owners might have thought I was crazy when I told them how nice a horse he was and now he’s starting to prove it."
The son of 2000 Breeders Crown champion Western Ideal and Lauren Order is owned by the West Wins Stable of Cambridge, Ont. and Christine Calhoun of Chatham, Ont. He is now eight-for-15 during his sophomore season, including a victory in the New Jersey Classic, with earnings of $295,713.
“He wasn’t staked in Lexington so we were able to give him a little breather," added Coleman. "He’s got a tough little run now. He’s got almost seven or eight in a row so if all stays good he’s going to be a busy boy. Hopefully we’ll have a good last half of the season.”
In what was one of the most anticipated races of the night, Captaintreacherous and Vegas Vacation locked horns in the second elimination for three-year-old pacing colts and geldings.
Off the gate, both Captaintreacherous (Tim Tetrick) and Vegas Vacation (Brian Sears) left hard for position with Vegas Vacation having advantage with his rail position. Tetrick tried to clear, but Sears was having none of it and 'The Captain' was forced to sit the pocket, with Tetrick virtually flat in the bike to wrestle him into the two-hole through a :26.1 opening quarter.
The half was reached in :54.3 and once the outer flow began, Tetrick pulled back to the outside and made his second bid for the lead. Through the 1:22.2 third panel Vegas Vacation and Captaintreacherous were stride-for-stride and unrelenting. Sunfire Blue Chip (Yannick Gingras) was on Tetrick's helmet through that final turn and tipped three-wide for the stretch drive.
In deep stretch, Captaintreacherous found that second gear and powered past the pacesetting Vegas Vacation, but had to deal with a hard-closing Sunfire Blue Chip. Staying on task, 'The Captain' was the first to the wire in 1:49.2 by half a length over Sunfire Blue Chip with Beach Memories (David Miller) closing well for third and Vegas Vacation staying for fourth and advancing to next week's final.
"I tried to go [for the front], Brian wanted to cut it," said Tetrick after the win. "I took the two-hole and stayed there as long as I could. He's as tough as nails."
When asked about having to lay horizontal to get 'The Captain' to settle in the pocket, Tetrick noted with a smile that his colt "was mad because he had to sit in the hole, he was as mad as I was."
Captaintreacherous (Somebeachsomewhere - Worldly Treasure) is now 11-for-12 on the year for trainer Tony Alagna and Captaintreacherous Racing of Versailles, Kentucky.
The first elimination for three-year-old trotting colts and geldings went to the consistent All Laid Out, with driver David Miller employing ground-saving tactics to score the 1:52.4 victory.
As the wings of the gate folded, the two favourites -- Smilin Eli (Tim Tetrick) and All Laid Out (David Miller) -- left hard for early position with Miller winning that early battle in a :27 opening panel. Tetrick moved for the retake as the field hit the grandstand for the first time and fronted the field of seven through the soft :57 half.
Fico (Corey Callahan) started a first over bid before the half and made it to the leader's wheel down the backstretch, but couldn't get by. Sensing that flow wasn't advancing, second-over Deadliest Catch (Ron Pierce) brushed three-wide and had a slight lead through the 1:24.3 third station. Hitting the homestretch, Smilin Eli battled back and repelled the bid of Deadliest Catch, but waiting in the pocket was Miller with All Laid Out, who was directed into the passing lane and managed to get a head in front at the wire in a new lifetime mark.
Smilin Eli stayed for second, with Deadliest Catch managing to finish third ahead of Dewycolorintheline (Ray Schnittker).
“I didn’t say anything to Dave; I just told him to not drive him like a chicken," said trainer Noel Daley. "I didn’t tell him to leave, that was his call. I was a little surprised to see it. He used to do a few things wrong early, but touch wood, he’s been good of late. He ended up with a good trip by doing that."
All Laid Out (Yankee Glide - Adelaide Hall) has been no worse than fourth in his last eight outings, with top three finishes in the Canadian Trotting Classic (third) and the Kentucky Futurity (second). The Daley trainee is owned by the All Laid Out Stable of Bordentown, New Jersey.
“It was nice to see him win one of these kinds of races," said Daley. "Hopefully he can get a piece of it next week [in the final]. He’s been really good his last few starts. We’ve had a different driver every week; we leave them on, but they usually chose off. But I think we’ll keep [Dave Miller driving] for next week now.
“It’s a very open division. We’ve been happy to get a piece all year. The biggest disappointment was the Hambletonian where he made a break in the first heat because I thought he’d be better the second heat. But the group that owns him is very happy.”
Spider Blue Chip and Ron Pierce fended off the pylon-skimming E L Rocket (Yannick Gingras) to win the second elimination for sophomore trotting colts in 1:52.4. Creatine (Mike Lachance) and Royalty For Life (Brian Sears) finished third and fourth with Aperfectyankee (Jim Oscarsson) also advancing to the final as the richest fifth-place finisher of the two elims.
Spider Blue Chip carved out fractions of :27, :56.2 and 1:24.2 and entered the stretch still a length and a half clear on top with Royalty For Life stalled first over. But his biggest threat came from the inside as pocket-sitter E L Rocket nearly nipped him at the wire. Digging in, Spider Blue Chip held on for his ninth win of the season in 17 starts for trainer Chuck Sylvester.
"Ron rated him perfectly," said Sylvester after the race. "He'll let a horse get by him sometimes, but he'll come right back on and go on. He's a nice horse.
"He's really done well; he's kept his way and lucky for us that he's been good most of the year."
The Andover Hall-Southwind Catlin gelding is owned by David McDuffee of Delray Beach, Florida and Melvin Hartman of Ottawa, Ont. He now boasts a seasonal bankroll of $762,593 with his richest victory in the $500,000 Colonial Trot.
Two-time defending Breeders Crown champion Anndrovette and Tim Tetrick slipped up the passing lane to prevail in 1:49.1 over pacesetter Monkey On My Wheel (Brian Sears) in the single elimination for older pacing mares. Also advancing to the final after finishing third through seventh were Shelliscape (David Miller), Rocklamation (Yannick Gingras), Camille (Matt Kakaley), Swinging Beauty (Brett Miller), Economy Terror (Ron Pierce). They will be joined by Drop The Ball and Feeling You, whose connections accepted byes.
Monkey On My Wheel cleared to command over Anndrovette and Camille early on and carved out fractions of :26.3, :55.1 and 1:22 with Shelliscape first over and Rocklamation and Swinging Beauty following her cover. The field began to close in on the persistent pacesetter down the stretch and it was Anndrovette who managed to get by on the inside for the narrow victory.
“The thing about Anndrovette is she likes to race," said Tetrick. "The more she races, the better she gets."
PJ Fraley trains the six-year-old Riverboat King-Easy Miss mare for owners Bamond Racing LLC of Brick, New Jersey and Joseph Davino of Clarksburg, New Jersey. With a 7-7-3 record in 20 seasonal starts, the Roses Are Stakes champion has added $528,827 to her $2.5 million bankroll.
With her fifth-place finish, Ontario-bred Camille surpassed the $1 million mark in career earnings. The five-year-old Camluck-Art Of Design mare, who was bred by Larry Pollard of Harrow, Ont. and is now campaigned by the Ron Burke stable, is a full-sister to double millionaire Chancey Lady, a four-time Breeders Crown finalist and runner-up to Anndrovette in 2011.
With the four-year-olds making their mark in the aged pacing horse and gelding division, setting speed records on all track sizes, the money leader in the division isn't a four-year-old. It's a nine-year-old. And once again, Foiled Again showed why he's harness racing's richest pacer with a dominant and impressive performance in the elimination for aged pacing horses and geldings.
Golden Receiver (Corey Callahan) and Bolt The Duer (Mark MacDonald) were the first off the gate with Foiled Again (Yannick Gingras) settling into third. Callahan took some of the starch out of Bolt The Duer, by parking him through a :26 opening quarter. Foiled Again was right-lined from third and made a quick brush to the front as the field passed the grandstand, but was about to face a challenge for that lead.
Jody Jamieson had Warrawee Needy out and moving to vie for control through the :54.3 half, and paced in unison with Foiled Again down the Pocono backstretch with Modern Legend (John Campbell) poised second over. The third split was reached in 1:21.1 and Foiled Again would not back down. Down the lane, Gingras had repelled the bid of Warrawee Needy and pulled away from the field. The finish margin was two and three-quarter lengths and the mile time was a sharp 1:48.2.
“Getting to the front he was very good,” said Gingras. “I felt really confident. It felt like he was really sharp tonight...He’s had a couple seconds and third and picked up cheques, but to win [the Breeders Crown] would definitely mean a lot. This is the time of year when he gets a little sharper and kicks into another gear and it seems like he’s doing it again.”
The 73rd lifetime win for Foiled Again (Dragon Again - In A Safe Place) gets him within striking range of becoming harness racing's all-time money leader in next week's final. That title is currently held by Varenne, with $5.6 million.
Ron Burke trains Foiled Again for Burke Racing Stable LLC, Weaver Bruscemi LLC and JJK Stables LLC of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It was Burke's third Breeders Crown elim win on the night.
Modern Legend finished second, Golden Receiver used the inside lane to score show. Also advancing to the final are Bolt The Duer (fourth), Michaels Power (fifth), Warrawee Needy (sixth) and Sweet Lou (seventh). Those pacers join Clear Vision and Pet Rock, whose connections accepted byes into the final.
For recaps and replays of Friday's Breeders Crown eliminations for two-year-old filly and colt trotters and two-year-old filly pacers, click here.
Eliminations are unnecessary for the three-year-old filly pacers and open trotters with both divisions receiving nine entries.
Post position draws will be listed below when available. (Note: driver changes have not been finalized). The post positions for the $500,000 three-year-old pacing colt and three-year-old trotting colt finals will be held on Wednesday during a Breeders Crown press conference.
$250,000 Mares Open Trot
Post - Horse
1 - Maven
2 - Check Me Out
3 - Bax Of Life
4 - Unefoisdanmavie
5 - Dorsay
6 - Real Babe
7 - Beatgoeson Hanover
8 - Cedar Dove
9 - Cowgirl Hall
AE1 - Win Missy B
AE2 - Mystical Starlight
$500,000 Open Pace
Post - Horse
1 - Clear Vision
2 - Foiled Again
3 - Golden Receiver
4 - Modern Legend
5 - Pet Rock
6 - Warrawee Needy
7 - Michaels Power
8 - Bolt The Duer
9 - Sweet Lou
AE1 - Bettors Edge
AE2 - A Rocknroll Dance
$500,000 Three-Year-Old Filly Trot
Post - Horse
1 - Coffeecake Hanover
2 - Ma Chere Hall
3 - Frau Blucher
4 - Bee A Magician
5 - Bouncing Bax
6 - Handover Belle
7 - Thistle Dhu
8 - Royal Assets
9 - Time To Kill
AE1 - Southwind Cocoa
AE2 - Shared Past
$500,000 Two-Year-Old Colt Pace
Post - Horse
1 - Somestarsomewhere
2 - Luck Be Withyou
3 - Ari Allstar
4 - So Surreal
5 - Doo Wop Hanover
6 - Melmerby Beach
7 - Some Major Beach
8 - Three Of Clubs
9 - Sometimes Said
AE1 - Arthur Blue Chip
AE2 - Journeyman
$300,000 Open Mares Pace
Post - Horse
1 - Rocklamation
2 - Anndrovette
3 - Economy Terror
4 - Swinging Beauty
5 - Monkey On My Wheel
6 - Feeling You
7 - Shelliscape
8 - Camille
9 - Drop The Ball
AE1 - Krispy Apple
AE2 - Ooh Bad Shark
$500,000 Two-Year-Old Colt Trot
Post - Horse - Listed Driver - Trainer
1 - Auspicious Hanover - Charlie Norris - Charlie Norris
2 - Father Patrick - Yannick Gingras - Jimmy Takter
3 - Credit Fashion - Brian Sears - Jim Campbell
4 - Another Transcript - Corey Callahan - Jerry Silverman
5 - Expressive Action - Brian Sears - John Grasso
6 - Don Dorado - Tim Tetrick - Robert Baggitt Jr.
7 - Muscle Network - Jody Jamieson - Tony O'Sullivan
8 - Nuncio - John Campbell - Jim Oscarsson
9 - Southwind Spirit - Brian Sears - Ron Burke
AE1 - Exodus Hanover - Andy Miller - Steve Elliott
AE2 - Odds On Amethyst - Tim Tetrick - Robin Schadt
$500,000 Two-Year-Old Filly Pace
Post - Horse - Listed Driver - Trainer
1 - Act Now - Ron Pierce - Nikolas Drennan
2 - Gallie Bythe Beach - John Campbell - Jim Campbell
3 - Beach Body - Ron Pierce - Chris Oakes
4 - Uffizi Hanover - David Miller - Jimmy Takter
5 - Allstar Rating - Yannick Gingras - Ron Burke
6 - Southwind Silence - Yannick Gingras - Ron Burke
7 - Shes Da Bomb - Jody Jamieson - Tony O'Sullivan
8 - Ali Blue - Yannick Gingras - Jimmy Takter
9 - Precocious Beauty - Doug McNair - Gregg McNair
AE1 - Rockingcam Park - Brian Sears - Ron Coyne Jr.
AE2 - Rain Cloud Hanover - Brian Sears - David Taff
$500,000 Two-Year-Old Filly Trot
Post - Horse - Listed Driver - Trainer
1 - Struck By Lindy - David Miller - Richard 'Nifty' Norman
2 - Cooler Schooner - John Campbell - Jim Campbell
3 - Shake It Cerry - Ron Pierce - Jimmy Takter
4 - Demanding Sam - Paul MacDonell - Scott McEneny
5 - Lifetime Pursuit - Yannick Gingras - Jimmy Takter
6 - Market Rally - John Cummings Jr. - Megan Wilson
7 - Scream And Shout - Jimmy Takter - Jimmy Takter
8 - Goddess - Brian Sears - Paul Kelley
9 - Ruby - Marcus Miller - Erv Miller
AE1 - Noon Tea Party - Brian Sears - Paul Fusco
AE2 - Harley Momma - Howard Parker - Jim Raymer
$500,000 Three-Year-Old Filly Pace
Post - Horse - Listed Driver - Trainer
1 - Parlee Beach - Jim Morrill Jr. - Casie Coleman
2 - Mattie Terror Girl - John Campbell - Tony Alagna
3 - Carols Desire - Yannick Gingras - Ron Burke
4 - Authorize - Ron Pierce - Tony Alagna
5 - Shebestingin - David Miller - Joe Holloway
6 - Aunt Caroline - Scott Zeron - Frank Antonacci
7 - I Luv The Nitelife - Tim Tetrick - Chris Ryder
8 - Somwherovrarainbow - Montrell Teague - George Teague Jr.
9 - Love Canal - Ron Pierce - Ross Croghan
$600,000 Open Trot
Post - Horse - Listed Driver - Trainer
1 - Market Share - Tim Tetrick - Linda Toscano
2 - Wishing Stone - Yannick Gingras - Ron Burke
3 - My MVP - Ron Pierce - Tony Alagna
4 - Guccio - Jimmy Takter - Jimmy Takter
5 - Intimidate - Ron Pierce - Luc Blais
6 - Mister Herbie - Jody Jamieson - Mark Ford
7 - Arch Madness - Trond Smedshammer - Trond Smedshammer
8 - Uncle Peter - David Miller - Jimmy Takter
9 - Sevruga - Andy Miller - Julie Miller
All 12 divisional Breeders Crown finals will take place on Saturday, October 19 at Pocono Downs with a 5 p.m. first race post time.