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Old 04-09-2003, 09:21 PM
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Default $200,000 Dan Patch Invitational Pace

here is the draw for saturdays final
PP HORSE DRIVER M-L
1 On The Way Again L. Ouellette 4-1
2 Foxy Maneuver D. Eash 12-1
3 E Dee's Cam R. Pierce 3-1
4 Sharky Spur R. Stillings 10-1
5 D B Bopper N R. Macomber Jr. 7-2
6 Color Me Best D. Magee 8-1
7 Pulse L. Plano 15-1
8 Eaton Road Kill R. Anderson 6-1
9 Capital Request K. Ater
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Old 04-09-2003, 09:34 PM
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Can't wait to see the race.

ERK got the job done last week but that was without a few of these.

It looks like there is a lot more speed (Luc and Pierce) this week and might be tough for ERK to get down. I'm thinking the race might set up for a closer (Sharky?) unless E Dee's Cam is just too sharp right now.
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Old 04-09-2003, 09:46 PM
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pk6
im thinking closers as well in this race .
erk should be in the top 5 racing good right now.
but your right he is facing the better horses this week will be interesting to see how he does against the big boys .
also would of like to seen a better driver on pulse, but its good experiance for the kid.
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Old 04-09-2003, 09:57 PM
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E DEE's CAM is way too sharp guys. Back to back 49.3 miles, it isn't so much
the time, but how he was at the line---absolutely awesome. I think if you are
looking for a closer, try COLOR ME BEST, the old timer had two good tests at
the Blimp, with a nice last panel, on a dead track last week.
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Old 04-09-2003, 09:58 PM
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you are correct color me best did put in a nice mile last week [img]i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif[/img]
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Old 04-09-2003, 11:40 PM
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TONS of speed in here with edees cam, on the way again, db bopper, and sharky spur also likes the front but i don't think he will attmep it here....personally, i agree with beast, e cam is just raging right now.....but on the way again had a nice tightner last week. he was off for a while, and remember how sharp he was back in jan/feb......should be a great race! closer to me with the best chance is capital request.
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Old 04-10-2003, 10:15 PM
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From Hoosier Parks Website.

CAPITAL REQUEST
5 Year Old Bay Horse
Life Sign - Emotional - No Nukes
Owner: Capital Acquired Stable, Frankfort, Ohio
Trainer: Dan Ater
Driver: Kyle Ater
Post 9 (15-1)

With a lifetime mark of 1:49.2 and earnings of more than $724,000, Capital Request is a solid entrant in this year's Dan Patch. He was recently acquired by trainer Dan Ater of central Ohio and several of his longtime owners including Tom Gillespie and Scott Glandon. The five-year-old son of Life Sign has finished fourth in his last two starts, which were recorded at Hoosier Park. Known for his off-the-pace kick, he will be moving during the second half of the race for driver Kyle Ater, Dan's son. Capital Request is one of four horses in the field with a sub 1:50 mark and is still seeking his first win of 2003.



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Photo Provided by Balmoral Park COLOR ME BEST
8 Year Old Brown Gelding
Cambest - Color Trend - Abercrombie
Owner: David Yohe & Wilson Racing Stable, Ohio & Ill.
Trainer: Tim Wilson Jr.
Driver: Dave Magee
Post 6 (8-1)

The oldest horse in the race is also the richest. Color Me Best has earnings of more than one million dollars and is a one-time world record holder. His 1:48.0 clocking was recorded at The Meadowlands in 1999. A former Hoosier Park horse, Color Me Best makes his first appearance back in the state of Indiana since 1998. He comes into the event on a three-race win streak and is four for five in 2003. Trainer Tim Wilson Jr. co-owns the eight-year-old son of Cambest with his cousin, David Yohe of Lima, Ohio. Chicago regular Dave Magee, winner of more than 9,200 career victories, will drive the versatile horse who may save his best stride for late in the game.



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Photo Provided by Clive Cohen, New Image Media D B BOPPER N
7 Year Old Bay Gelding
Totally Ruthless - Big Bopper - Sokys Atom
Owner: Joseph Muscara, Huntingdon Valley, Pa.
Trainer: Richard Macomber Jr.
Driver: Richard Macomber Jr.
Post 5 (7-2)

It was right down to the wire for D B Bopper N, the invader from Canada. The Totally Ruthless gelding has been the hot horse of 2003, winning six of his seven outings this year. His last start was a win March 1 at Woodbine Racecourse, his second consecutive victory against Canada's finest pacers. The seven-year-old took a break in March and qualified April 1, but a break kept him ineligible for Indiana's signature event. D B Bopper N re-qualified Tuesday, April 8 with a successful trip at Mohawk Raceway to meet eligibility requirements for the entry box Wednesday, April 9. The New Zealand-bred front-runner is trained and driven by Ricky Macomber, the only reinsman to have won two Dan Patch Invitationals.



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Photo by Jim Linscott EATON ROAD KILL
5 Year Old Bay Gelding
Cambest - Mannart New Start - Bret Hanover
Owner: Gregg Pistochini & Summersby Stable, Calif.
Trainer: Joe Anderson
Driver: Ryan Anderson
Post 8 (6-1)

Another Anderson invader has his sights set on the title in 2003 Dan Patch Invitational. Eaton Road Kill recently returned to the Midwest to join the powerful Joe Anderson barn in Chicago. After winning six races in California, the five-year-old Cambest gelding made a bold impression on Hoosier Park, winning his first start under Anderson in the $25,000 Invitational Prep at Hoosier Park. The time of 1:50.4 was a new lifetime mark for Eaton Road Kill. His most powerful moves are made near the front of the race. Ryan, Joe's son, returns to drive in the Dan Patch. He guided Western Paradise to a third place finish in last year's event.



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Photo by Jim Linscott E DEE'S CAM
7 Year Old Bay Ridgeling
Cam Fella - Lindwood Sapphire - Abercrombie
Owner: Adam Victor, New York, NY
Trainer: Bob Morrow II
Driver: Ron Pierce
Post 3 (3-1)

E Dee's Cam returns to Indiana to defend his crown in the Dan Patch. A surprise winner last year, the seven-year-old Cam Fella ridgeling flew from the back of the pack to surprise the favorites and take home the top prize. This year sets up a different scenario for E Dee's Cam. He comes into Hoosier Park off consecutive sub 1:50 wins at The Meadowlands and is touted as the nation's top pacer. He became the first horse to ever score a win under the 1:50 time barrier so early in the season. Local trainer Bob Morrow II will oversee the training duties for Noel Daley in the Dan Patch. Driver Ron Pierce makes the journey in from The Meadowlands to guide the versatile pacer.



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Photo by Jim Linscott FOXY MANEUVER
4 Year Old Bay Gelding
Armbro Maneuver - Foxy Dragon - Dragon's Lair
Owner: Eash Racing Stable, Goshen, Ind.
Trainer: Don Eash
Driver: Don Eash
Post 2 (12-1)

The Indiana-sired program just got a boost from Foxy Maneuver, who becomes the first Indiana-sired to ever race in the Dan Patch. The four-year-old Armbro Maneuver gelding beat both Sharky Spur and Capital Request to the finish line two starts back to solidify his invitation into the race. Owned, trained, and driven by Don Eash, Foxy Maneuver won ten of his 22 races last year, all contested in the state of Indiana. Look for Eash, Hoosier Park's defending training champ, to sit inside for the easiest trip possible to the finish line.



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Photo Provided by The Meadowlands ON THE WAY AGAIN
5 Year Old Bay Gelding
On The Road Again - Morena Hanover - Tyler B
Owner: Tanah Merah Farms LLC, Felton, Dela.
Trainer: Bruce Saunders
Driver: Luc Ouellette
Post 1 (4-1)

On The Way Again chased E Dee's Cam in last week's Open at The Meadowlands. This week, the five-year-old On The Road Again gelding is following him to Indiana. In his first Hoosier Park start, On The Way Again is backed up by credentials that include no finish worse than third in seven starts for 2003. The Bruce Saunders-trained horse usually looks for a trip up close. He will be guided by regular reinsman, Luc Ouellette, leading driver at The Meadowlands.



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Photo by Jim Linscott PULSE
5 Year Old Brown Horse
Life Sign - Pantie Ho - Denali
Owner: J. Paul Reddam, Irvine, Calif.
Trainer: Stan Bayless
Driver: Luke Plano
Post 7 (15-1)

Pulse arrived via airplane a week early to get acclimated to Hoosier Park. The five-year-old West Coast standout was 2002 Horse of the Year in California, and has returned this season with the same consistency. He competed in last week's $25,000 Invitational Prep for the Dan Patch and did not fare well after hitting his knee several times during the mile. A few adjustments and an easier first half could make him a contender for Luke Plano, who flies in from the West Coast to guide the horse regularly trained by his father, Rick. Stan Bayless has accepted the training assignment during his stay in Indiana.



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Photo by Jim Linscott SHARKY SPUR
7 Year Old Bay Horse
Cam's Card Shark - Bunch Hanover - Big Towner
Owner: Roy D. Davis, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Trainer: Richard Stillings
Driver: Don Irvine Jr.
Post 4 (10-1)

Four wins in seven outings proves Sharky Spur can never be counted out. The seven-year-old Cam's Card Shark horse has finished second and third respectively at Hoosier Park in his last two outings. However, he loves this long stretch and proved he could handle the top horses in the country by finishing second in last year's Dan Patch. Sharky Spur is one of four horses in the field with a sub 1:50 record and is the second richest, accumulating more than $750,000. The driving assignment will be handled by Don Irvine Jr., who has more than 5,400 career wins and is a four-time driving champion at Hoosier Park.

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Old 04-13-2003, 03:31 AM
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Sharky Spur sizzles in Dan Patch Invitational

By TIMESITE.com


HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Sharky Spur won the latest edition of the $200,000 Dan Patch Invitational at Hoosier Park, April 12. Owned by Roy Davis, trained by Dick Stilings and driven by Don Irvine, Jr., the Cam's Card Shark son goes over $850,000 lifetime. The seven-year-old bay horse has five wins in eight starts this year, and was second and third, respectively, at Hoosier Park in his prior two starts.

Irvine, Jr., who has more than 5,400 career wins, and is
a four-time driving champion at Hoosier Park, capably handled the driving duties. "Spur" started from the 4 post.

The winning time was 1:50.4 for Spur, and his final quarter of :27 enabled him to catch the front steppers. He was fifth at the top of the stretch, but was able to turn a 2 1/4-length deficit at that point to a length victory at the wire.

Color Me Best (Dave Magee) and DB Dopper N (Richard Macomber) rounded out the top three, respectively.



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Old 04-13-2003, 05:52 AM
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Can't wait to see the race.

ERK got the job done last week but that was without a few of these.

It looks like there is a lot more speed (Luc and Pierce) this week and might be tough for ERK to get down. I'm thinking the race might set up for a closer (Sharky?) unless E Dee's Cam is just too sharp right now.

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Unfortunately I forgot my own advice. [img]i/expressions/face-icon-small-blush.gif[/img] I thought Sharky had a big chance but keyed everything with the 3 on top.

Race: 8 Win Place Show
1st 4 SHARKY SPUR 29.00 12.00 7.20
2nd 6 COLOR ME BEST 9.60 6.60
3rd 5 D B BOPPER N 5.80
4th 2 FOXY MANEUVER
$2 Exacta 4-6 250.00
$2 Trifecta 4-6-5 1975.20
$2 Superfecta 4-6-5-2 14468.00
Refunds: None
$2 Pick 3 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10/4/4 3 of 3 43.80


Pretty nice super with two of the suggested closers in this thread.
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Old 04-13-2003, 07:19 PM
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OH PICK6...i was thinking about you last night as sharky spur rolled down the center of the track paying $29....great call pal, wished you cash!

WTF were luc and pierce doing going 25.3 to the quarter?

and i didn't realize till last night, but i didn't know that brittany farms sold capital request? i wonder what that tag was? not a very good trainer change though......
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Old 04-15-2003, 03:33 AM
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whats the fastest quarter ever paced?


i seen 25.2 meadowlands saturday night
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Old 04-15-2003, 03:38 AM
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Which quarter are you speaking about? Opening or final?
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Old 04-15-2003, 03:40 AM
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any quarter
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Old 04-15-2003, 04:13 AM
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I believe there were a few quqrters under 25 at COLONIAL DOWNS. I believe
the opener in Ultimate Falcons 147.3 mile was 24.4. Will check to be sure
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Old 04-15-2003, 01:50 PM
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i have seen a 25 flat coming out of the straight away at colonial.....that was the fastest i ever saw.

fastest last Q i have seen was space shuttle at the big m, i think 25.3 in the oliver wendel holmes.
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Old 04-15-2003, 03:38 PM
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Did some research at Colonial Downs

5/10/98 24.2 52.1 120 147.4
Winner Ultimate Falcon


4/24/98 24.4 51.4 120.1 148.2
Winner Pacific Fella


Those are the two fastest first quarters and halfs
I can recall. Does anyone remember the CAMBEST
Time Trial fractions? I do remember 119 and change
to the 3/4's.

Also, JBB's fractions were 25.4 53.4 120.2 147.3
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Old 04-15-2003, 06:26 PM
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RACE: 2 - 08/16/1993 - SPRINGFIELD - Purse: $ 0 - CLASS: BEAT 151.2
GAIT: Pace - Time Trial - DIST: 1 Mile - TRACK CD: FT - TEMP-ALLOW: 84-0 - STRS: 1
Time: 26.1 51.4 (25.3) 1:19.0 (27.1) 1:46.1 (27.1)

HORSE NAME PP 1/4 1/2 3/4 STR FINISH ACTUAL LQ ODDS DRIVER TRAINER
CAMBEST 1 1 1 1 1 1 1:46.1 27.1 NB O'Donnell, William A.


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