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ARTSPEAK COASTS IN SEASONíS DEBUT

MANALAPAN, NJ Ė May 16, 2015 Ė Artspeak, the Dan Patch Two-Year-Old Pacing Colt of the Year in 2014, coasted to a three and a half-length victory in his seasonís debut, a $20,000 first leg of the New Jersey Sire Stakes, the fourth race on Saturday, May 16, 2015 at the Meadowlands.

Scott Zeron tipped the 3-2 favorite out and brushed to the lead before the half, hand driving the son of Western Ideal to a career best 1:49 flat. Gokudo Hanover [Camís Card Shark] is second best with five and a half lengths to Dealt A Winner [Camís Card Shark] in third.


Artspeak


Artspeak, winner of the Governorís Cup and Metro Pace at two, lifted his bankroll to $752,185 with nine wins and two thirds in 11 career starts.

The Tony Alagna trainee is owned by Brittany Farms, Marvin Katz, Joe Sbrocco and the In The Gym Partners.

Hurrikane Ali, driven by Yannick Gingras and trained by John McDermott Jr., won the second of the two $20,000 New Jersey Sire Stakes for three-year-old pacing colts and geldings, the ninth race, in 1:50 flat on a surfaced rated good.

Sent off as the 3-5 favorite, Hurrikane Ali claimed the lead before the half and held off Rock Ní Roll World by two lengths. Rock Of The Ages was third by seven and a quarter lengths. All three are sons of Rocknroll Hanover.

Hurrikane Ali now has two wins in two starts in 2015 after going winless in five starts at two. He has earned $55,575 for the partnership of Kuhen Racing LLC, Jonathan Klee Racing, Dr. Kenneth Rucker and Robert Pucila.


Hurrikane Ali


The card began with victories by daughters of Rocknroll Hanover in both of two $20,000 divisions of New Jersey Sire Stakes for three-year-old pacing fillies.

In the first race, 3-5 favorite Lindys Old Lady, unraced at two, posted her second straight victory, drawing away to a two and a half-length victory over Cheyenne Robin [Rocknroll Hanover] with three and three-quarter lengths to Wicked Little Minx [Rocknroll Hanover] in third.

Lindys Old Lady, driven by Tim Tetrick and trained by Frank Antonacci, paced the mile in 1:51 flat. Lindy Farms of Connecticut owns and bred the filly who has now earned $19,200.


Lindys Old Lady


In the second race, 1-9 favorite Happiness by Rocknroll Hanover, controlled the pace and repelled the late challenge of Stacia Hanover [Western Ideal] to win by a length and a quarter. Hollyrocker [Rocknroll Hanover] was third by three lengths in the 1:50.4 mile.


Happiness


Yannick Gingras drove the Ron Burke-trained Happiness for Burke Racing Stable LLC and Weaver Bruscemi LLC. She won three of six starts at two and now has two wins and one third in three outings this year. Overall, she has banked $67,765.

--All photos courtesy of Lisa Photo Inc.

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PHILLY FEATURES FOREIGN FLAIR

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ĎDONNAí BESTS DAYSON IN GRADUATE AT BIG M

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ARIANA G READY FOR RETURN

Between running their own breeding business together, along with their own separate real estate companies, Marvin Katz and Al Libfeld donít really have time to work themselves into frenzied anticipation for the season debut of their prized female trotter ...

NJSS OPENS FRIDAY AT THE MEADOWLANDS

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