East Rutherford, New Jersey – The fashion schooner (wallner) knocked out a few cobwebs at The Meadowlands on Friday night (September 1st), easily snatching up $30,000 in the featured 3-year-old Open Philly Harness Racing Trot.
Unlike Humbo Day, when Jim Campbell’s trainee was sent to the gate at odds of 6-1, she was bet 1-5 by the players. Yanaba was third.
The fashion schooner sat down early on three holes, cleared the rails just before three-eighths, parked in the half to take the lead, and from there drove home, completing the mile in 1:52.1 with driver Tim Tetrick. did. .
His filly was almost a month away, but Campbell was confident heading into Friday’s race. [July 1] Reynolds and she had a good race [a close second]She is a very athletic mare so it doesn’t take long to stay in shape. “
Campbell’s star student is a frontrunner for next week’s $300,000 New Jersey Classic final, an event debuting this year.
“With only eight fillies available and no eliminations tonight, I wanted to use this as a preparation,” Campbell said. I just wanted to use the New Jersey Classic is a very good program and gives us the opportunity to compete with these 2 and 3 year olds for big money and we need to travel It’s a bonus because there is no. This program provides a good incentive to purchase horses from New Jersey.”
What’s next for the fashion schooner?
“Let’s see what happens next week.” [with Cool Papa Bell] On the same day. “Then perhaps [Oct. 9] Kentucky Philly Futurity. After next week, I think he will have one or two starts before the race. [Oct. 29] Breeders Crown. “
Owned by Fashion Farms, the Fashion Schooner racked up six wins from just 12 starts and earned $483,462. She returned $2.40 to win.
Niki Hill reports: Niki Hill (Always B Miki-Road Bet) is the 8/9 start winner in 2021 and won the Three Diamonds Kindergarten Breeders Crown in 1:52.1 in 1:52.1 and won the Three Diamonds Kindergarten Breeders Crown in 1:52.1 Earned over $900,000 while winning Driven by Dexter Dunn.
The year-old two-year-old pacing mare, winner of the Danpatch Award, is about to start her 2022 campaign. Her only pari-mutuel of the year In her start, she won her Harrahs on May 29 in the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes held in Philadelphia. and finished eighth.
“She didn’t handle the track that day,” said trainer Chris Ryder. I’m happy, she was sweet and strong, next week I hope to qualify again and race overnight in the Meadowlands before heading to the Bluegrass Red Mile on October 1st.st”
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