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Little Movement In Week 21 Of S-Bred Poll

Published: October 16, 2018 12:53 pm ET

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There has been very little change on the 2018 Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown Poll this week, as just two horses have switched position after Week 21 voting.

Hambletonian and Kentucky Filly Futurity victor Atlanta remains atop the list with 312 overall points, 15 more than recent Dan Rooney winner McWicked, who has retained his spot in the poll’s No. 2 slot. Shartin N, who last raced in the Allerage at the Red Mile on October 7 and posted a sharp 1:48.1 win, remains in the three spot.

The only movement on the poll after Week 21 voting was between Six Pack and Marion Marauder, who swapped the seventh and eighth slots.

The results from Week 21 of the poll appear below.

(Rank – Horse [first-place votes] – Total Points – Previous Rank)
1. Atlanta (20) - 312 - 1
2. McWicked (8) - 297 - 2
3. Shartin N (1) - 246 - 3
4. Courtly Choice (3) - 209 - 4
5. Kissin In The Sand (2) - 193 - 5
6. Manchego (1) - 174 - 6
7. Six Pack - 131 - 8
8. Marion Marauder - 108 - 7
9. Crystal Fashion - 48 - 9
10. Stay Hungry - 43 - 8

Also: Homicide Hunter 29; Lather Up 26; Ariana G 24; Warrawee Ubeaut 11; Phaetosive 10; Jimmy Freight 9; Lazarus N 8; Plunge Blue Chip, Workin Ona Mystery 7; Green Manalishi S 6; Dorsoduro Hanover, Ice Attraction 5; Bit Of A Legend N 4; Mets Hall, Stag Party 3; Hannelore Hanover 2; Cantab Fashion, Cruzado Dela Noche, Lionel, Will Take Charge, Woodside Charm 1.


The Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown poll is voted on by harness racing media representatives that cover North American Standardbred racing.

The rankings are based on the votes of harness racing media representatives on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis.

The Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown poll does not determine Horse of the Year. The U.S. Harness Writers Association votes in December on all Dan Patch Award division winners plus Trotter of the Year, Pacer of the Year and Horse of the Year. The Dan Patch Awards are separate from the O'Brien Awards, which recognize Canada's top Standardbreds of a given racing season.


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