Cheyenne Robin and a pair of two-year-olds by If I Can Dream turned in winning efforts in Saturday’s New Jersey Sire Stakes – Green Acres at Freehold Raceway.
In the $7,000 three-year-old filly pace, Cheyenne Robin [Rocknroll Hanover] was a half-length winner over even-money favourite Strut My Stuff [Western Ideal]. It was a length and three-quarters to Smart Zone [Rocknroll Hanover] in third. The mile was paced in 1:55.2 on a sloppy track.
Cheyenne Robin [$6.20], driven by Daniel Dube and trained by Robert Siegelman, races for The Cheyenne Gang LLC of Port Washington, NY. It was the filly’s fifth win of the year. She has finished in-the-money in 18 of 37 lifetime starts for a bankroll of more than $126,000.
If I Can Dream, who stands at Deo Volente Farms in Flemington, NJ, was the sire of the winners of both the two-year-old pacing colt and two-year-old pacing filly $7,000 splits contested prior to the betting card.
Perchance To Dream, driven by Steve Smith, won the colt division by a neck over Dontcallmefrancis [Rocknroll Hanover] with Rock N Roll Style [Rocknroll Hanover] in third by five and three-quarter lengths. The time of the mile was 1:58.3.
Perchance To Dream picked up his third win in eight starts. He races for the ownership of trainer Brian Wright and breeder Willard D. Hall Jr. of Berlin, MD.
Queenofthedreams won the filly division by a nose over On Top Of the Rock [Rocknroll Hanover] with a length and a half to LL Jackpot [Philos Hanover] in third.
Marcus Miller guided the Nick Surick trainee to the 2:01.3 victory. She has three wins, two seconds and two thirds in eight starts. She is owned and bred by Michael Boutilier of Nova Scotia.