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Breeders Crown Finals Complete

Published: October 26, 2019 5:50 pm ET

Last Comment: October 30, 2019 3:00 pm ET | 3 Comment(s) | Jump to Comments

The eyes of the harness racing world were once again glued to the action at Woodbine Mohawk Park outside Milton, Ont. for the second of two nights featuring the $6 million 2019 Breeders Crown finals.

Trot Insider's recaps from Breeders Crown night appear below.

Caviart Ally Upsets Defending Champ Shartin N
Caviart Ally kicked off the second night of the 2019 Breeders Crown upsetting defending champion Shartin N in the $394,737 Open Mares Pace on Saturday night at Woodbine Mohawk on

Manchego Magnificent In Breeders Crown
Becoming harness racing's newest double millionaire, trotting mare Manchego was in career form with an open-length victory to capture the $425,750 ($325,000 USD) 2019 Breeders Crown Open Mare Trot on Saturday (Oct. 26) at Woodbine Mohawk on

Winndevie Triumphs In Breeders Crown Filly Trot
Winndevie journeyed first-over and out-trotted her three-year-old filly foes to win her $657,895 divisional Breeders Crown championship on Saturday at Woodbine Mohawk on

Eight Straight For Warrawee Ubeaut
Is she the best female pacer in harness racing right now? There's a chance we could see Warrawee Ubeaut take on the sport's older pacing mares in the TVG Final and if her Breeders Crown-winning performance is any indication she's a serious on

American History Tops Open Pacers
Improving with time, four-year-old pacer American History established himself as one of harness racing's heavyweights winning the $657,895 Breeders Crown Open Pace on Saturday night at Woodbine Mohawk on

Gimpanzee With A Breeders Crown Repeat
On a night very similar to this in 2018, Gimpanzee had no concerns with the competition or the harsh conditions and captured the Breeders Crown for two-year-old colt trotters. However, he didn't have a stablemate by the name of Greenshoe standing in his on

Dancin Lou Collars Bettors Wish At The Wire
In a stretch showdown of the Glamour Boys elimination winners, Dancin Lou got up in time to defeat Bettors Wish at the wire in the $789,474 Breeders Crown Three-Year-Old Colt Pace on Saturday evening at Woodbine Mohawk on

Bold Eagle Soars In Breeders Crown Win
Bold Eagle came. Bold Eagle soared. The horse lived up to the hype as the eight-year-old trotting star overcame the travel, the elements and the competition to win the 2019 Breeders Crown Open Trot and cap the championship finals Saturday at Woodbine Mohawk on

Important Links:

Recap of Friday's Breeders Crown Finals

Recap of last Saturday's Eliminations

Saturday Entries

TrackIT-enhanced Program Pages

PDF Program Pages

Saturday Results

Live Video Stream

Live Video (alternate stream) ***please note that the live stream will not be available between 10:00 and 11:00 p.m.***

Standardbred Canada is a Breeders Crown Sponsor and is recognizing the winning caretakers of all Breeders Crown Champions this evening with a framed photo of their horse and the winner’s circle presentation.

Dan Gall (R), CEO and President of Standardbred Canada along with Mark Horner (L), Chair, make the presentation to Fiona Reynolds, caretaker of Ramona Hill.

SC would like to congratulate the winning connections of all of tonight’s Breeders Crown Champions and is a proud partner of the 2019 Breeders Crown.

October 30, 2019 - 3:00 pmMike Mobley I too have been

Mike Mobley

I too have been expecting a big big mile out of De Los Cielos Deo and had money across the board and exacta 10-All and All 10 the other night, plus cheap triactors and supers. I really expected him to pull off a decent upset because it seemed the late closers were able to get there the other night in the off track. I was right except he got too far back but he was flying. They were paying over 5 grand some of them. Ever since the summer he has been expected to be huge but fizzled off. I see him being a top top 4 year old. I wished he had gotten there a on the weekend. :)

Next year or in the TVG's but he won't be 115-1 again for awhile as he was a long shot early in the summer and a 25 second final quarter in 48 had the punters behind him for a time anyway. Great 3 year old group though.


October 27, 2019 - 10:24 amNobody does it better, in the

Nobody does it better, in the world, than WEG and Standardbred Canada for Standardbred (and Thoroughbred) horse racing, you're simply the "BEST".

October 27, 2019 - 10:04 amNothing further has been

Mike Mobley SAID...

Nothing further has been decided as to who will be named HOTY since Shartin N and Greenshoe both finished 2nd in their respective Breeders Crown races. It will probably all come down to how they each fare in The TVG at The Meadowlands on 11/23. Greenshoe is also eligible for the Carl Erskine on 11/1 and The Matron on 11/14.
Keep an eye on De Los Cielos Deo - the 115-1 shot finished 4th in the 3yo pacing colt final, final quarter in a sizzling 25.2!

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