Pocket rockets take on co-functionality – Harnesslink
WILKES-BARRE, Pennsylvania – The Sports editor rhythmist Rhett Seelster and Explosive material tOn Tuesday afternoon, rotten Perth mare Angel De Vie came out of her pocket to win their $ 17,000 harness racing race on Tuesday afternoon at The Downs in Mohegan Sun Pocono.
Rhett Seelster had an unusual course – hampered by a horse looking rough enough to get an “i” before the quarter, then first at halftime – but he was able to get into both holes behind Red Power in the distance . turn when the previous pocket horse has moved back.
Anthony Napolitano and his horse had a little break, then came back and caught up with Red Power (ridden by brother Anthony George, who won four races in the day) by a nose while reducing the leader’s record to 1 : 50.4. Antonia Storer takes care of the winner’s training for owner Daniel Maier.
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The Perth Angel De Vie pocket trip was of the more conventional variety: she let her favorite right-hand neighbor Sweet Heart AS bypass her early, sat down to the end, then used the famous Pocono Pike as her The Meadows shipper stood up. a neck on a tenacious first Kazans Power, Sweet Heart AS having to settle for third place.
Tom Jackson led Perth Angel De Vie for coach Harold Brocklehurst and the partnership of Double R Farms LLC, David Obley and Richard Williams.
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It lasted 24 hours for rider Andrew Harris: The coach of the over $ 15million winners since 2016 sent None Bettor A, who won the Quillen Memorial at Harrington on Monday in 1: 49.4, then guided Tuesday the Somewhere somewhere the Silver Tail filly emerged from the clouds to record her first driving success in twelve years, only her second start since giving up sulkysitting in favor of training.
Harris, who lost his wife Amanda to cancer last year, is 37 and threatens to claim his 1,000th training victory in the first half of next year – how many sulky triumphs he will have by then we’ll have to wait and watch.
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From the PHHA / The Downs