Hamburg — Deswanth Little Lorry broke the Buffalo Raceway sprint record on Saturday night (July 15) with a time of 1:55.3 on what was designated as a rough track. The 6-year-old mare has broken her previous record of 1:56.0 set by Fox Valley Vet on 20 July 2018 and has now broken the 1 of the filly trot standards submitted by Chelsea’s Chance on 1 June 2018. The lap time of 56.1 seconds was also changed.
Ironically, Death One’s Little Raleigh unofficially beat the track mark at Buffalo Raceway on June 24th with a time of 1:55.1, but that time was not recorded as it was in qualifying. rice field.
Death One Three Little Lorry ($2.90) faltered from 3rd place before taking the lead with times of 28.4s, 57.3s and 1m26.2s under the guidance of driver/trainer Joe Chindano Jr. . In the lane, the only question left was what the final time would be, and Death Ones Little Raleigh smartly trotted home to set his new record. She easily defeated Bacardi (David McKnight III) by her ten lengths, with Gracious Triumph (Sean McDonough) taking her third.
Co-owned by Fox Valley Racing Inc. and RBH Ventures Inc., the victory was Deswanslittlelorie (Swan For All-Devoutly Hanover)’s third win of the season in 14 starts. This win increased her earnings to her $24,055 in the campaign and her $237,124 in her career.
One Off Delight A ($5.50) had a second win in a row, this time winning the $15,500 Open Pace by 3/4 lengths over Villiam in 1:55.0.
So far it’s been a perfect pairing for One Off Delight A and driver Jim Morrill Jr. Last week, Morrill Jr. led the 9-year-old gelding to a two-horse victory in 1:53.1, and the two have now met again in the Open Company.
Stop Action had just won their second straight, clocking splits of 28.4s, 58.0s and 1m26.4s, rounding off the rails. But around the final turn, the closers began to rush in, putting Stop Action’s lead in jeopardy.
It didn’t take long for them to overtake Stop Action. One-off Delight A floated four wide in the lead, allowing Morrill Jr. to confidently take the lead. As Gunslinger Hill (David McKnight III) struggled for the show spot, Billiam (Chindano Jr.) never gave up, but had to settle for a tough second place finish.
9-year-old gelding Samuel Smith-trained and owned by Mike Torcello, One-Off Delight (Better’s Delight-Tiger Su) won 3 out of 22 races in 2023. The win increased the horse’s season net worth to $48,060 and his lifetime net worth to $349,767.
In the $15,500 open trot, Conair Hall scored a much-needed post relief and used it to beat Jacqued by 2-3/4 lengths in 1:57.2.
After two gate-to-wire wins, Con Air Hall ($5.80) finished 7th and 8th on his next two tries, but not a favorable placement for his front-running style. rice field. So Con Eyre Hall, who completed four of his holes this week, knew he had a chance to take the lead.
As the start gate wings opened, Con Air Hall and Johnny Boy became involved in an early speed race. However, approaching the opening quarter pole, Johnny Boy relented, allowing Conair Hall to take command.
In a split of 29.1 seconds, 58.4 seconds, 1 minute 27.4 seconds, Conair Hall (Morrill Jr.) headed home by 6 horse lengths, grabbed the finish and escaped. Jackd (David McKnight III) won the minor prize race, with last week’s British Open winner Rougazi (Ray Fisher Jr.) finishing third.
For 10-year-old gelding Con Eyre Hall (Groton Hall Charms Chip), owned by Ronald Viele and trained by Jennifer Giuliani, it was the sixth win of the 21-race season. The win increased his seasonal earnings to $46,169 and his lifetime to $352,379.
Racing resumes at 2:30 pm on Wednesday, with a 13-race card scheduled. The New York Sire Stakes are back for the final time this year. This is a unique “double header” featuring two NYSS events for three-year-olds and runners Trotter and two NYSS races for three-year-old fillies Trotter. On top of that, the $20,000 Excelsior has four fights in his series, and all stakes are on his eight in the program’s first.
Buffalo Raceway will conclude its 2023 campaign on Saturday, July 22nd.
Night on Ice lit up the board and melted the hearts of chalk players Friday afternoon (July 14) at Buffalo Raceway with a $100.50 win at $8,200 pace. He dominated the charge to the finish line and managed to beat the 3-5 A Game Changer by a neck in 1:56.3 on a fast track.
A surprising upset by Night on Ice paid off big. A 4-3-exacta was worth $516, a 4-3-all trio was worth $228.50, and a 4-3-8-all 10-cent superfecta made a whopping $2,560.25 profit. The combination of Le Millenaire and Night on Ice mid-daily double brought in an impressive $411.00. Additionally, pick 5 didn’t hit, resulting in a $710 carryover to Saturday night’s cards.
A great finish with all eight pacers finishing within three quarter lengths.
The Oreo Dream Extreme set early splits at :28.1 and :57.4, but we felt those splits were a little hot. Three quarters he was the marker, with Hansofumititos taking over command with his 1:26.2, but quickly fell to his knees. This brought the other six to life.
Knight on Ice (Keith Kash Jr.) set the fastest time in the middle of the course and managed to hold off the game changer (David McKnight III) who was on the verge of finishing second for the fourth year in a row. BNGS Express (Dan Yetman) has collected the show spot.
Co-owned by trainer Andrew and Kristen Torre, the win was the third of 20 races for five-year-old gelding Night on Ice (Pet Rock Lilot). The win brought his seasonal bankroll to his $27,624 and his lifetime $63,567.
CR Blazin Beauty ($5.70), who won 10 wins in 2022, marked his 6th win of the season with a season best of 1:57.4, 2 and 1/4 of the length of Secret Bro.
Cr Blazin Beauty (McNeight III), who started from 4th post, quickly rose to the top with times of 28.4s, 58.4s and 1m29.0s. Enjoying a lengthy lead on a trotting panel, Cr Blazin Beauty came home free in the lane past Secret Bro (Kevin Cummings) and Jumpinthejailhouse (Christian Myers) in second and third respectively.
Owned by Marissa Russo and trained by David Russo, Cr Blazin’ Beauty (Kraised Melrose Abbey) is a 9-year-old filly who earned $51,808 in campaigns and $480,760 in her lifetime.
Drivers Kevin Cummings and McKnight III each took three wins, while Kyle Swift, who scored a career first on Saturday, picked up his first two wins. Mihailo Zgeral Jr., Sean McDonough and Ryan Swift each earned two wins in training.
A 13-race card is set for Saturday at 6 p.m., with both the $15,500 Open Pace and the $15,500 Open Trot.
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