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All Speed Hanover Tops NJ Classic List

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Published: May 10, 2010 7:58 pm ET

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All Speed Hanover, winner of the 2009 Breeders Crown for Two-Year-Old Colt Pacers, tops the list of 94 colts and fillies made eligible to the Anthony Abbatiello New Jersey Classic and the Thomas D’Altrui Miss New Jersey which will be contested on June 12, 2010 at the Meadowlands Racetrack.

Both the $500,000 estimated New Jersey Classic for three-year-old pacing colts and the $175,000 estimated Miss New Jersey for three-year-old pacing fillies are restricted to sons and daughters of New Jersey-based stallions and both are sponsored by the Standardbred Breeders & Owners Association of New Jersey.

All Speed Hanover, trained by Noel Daley, is a son of Cams Card Shark – both a New Jersey Classic winner and the sire of four previous winners. All Speed Hanover is among the 57 colts and geldings nominated to the richest event for New Jersey-sired pacers.

The colt wrapped up his two-year-old season with a head victory over eventual divisional champion Sportswriter in the $720,860 Breeders Crown on October 24, 2009 at Woodbine and carries a three-race winning streak into his sophomore campaign. His back-to-back 1:50.3 clockings at The Red Mile in Lexington, KY came in divisions of the Bluegrass and International Stallion Stakes.

At two, All Speed Hanover recorded five wins and one third in seven starts, banking $486,950 for the partnership of Adam Victor & Son Stable LLC of New York City and John D. Fielding of Toronto who purchased him for $60,000 at the Harrisburg Sale.

New Jersey Sire Stakes Two-Year-Old Pacing Colt of the Year Gota Go Bullville by Matts Scooter, who captured both the $100,000 NJSS Final and the $125,700 Babic Final at Freehold, is also eligible for the New Jersey Classic.

Owned and bred by Carole and Stephen Crevani of Bullville, NY, Gota Go Bullville recorded six wins and five seconds from 14 starts and earned $198,057. He is trained by Stephen Crevani.

Among the 37 fillies eligible to the Miss New Jersey are Put On A Show who collected seven wins and two seconds from nine starts at two.

The daughter of Rocknroll Hanover out of Steinams Place finished second to Fancy Filly in both the Breeders Crown and the Dan Patch divisional voting.

Put On A Show, trained by Chris Ryder, strung together a seven-race winning streak that began on July 29 at the Meadowlands and included victories in the $120,437 Eternal Camnation and $810,300 Shes A Great Lady, both at Mohawk, and divisions of the Bluegrass and International Stallion Stakes at the Red Mile. She took a mark of 1:51.4.

The $75,000 Lexington Selected Sale purchase races in the names of Craig Henderson of Chicago, IL, and Richard P. and Joanne Young of Coconut Creek, FL.

The filly banked $776,498 last year, just shy of the $762,881 career earnings for her slightly older half-sister, Showherthemoney by Cams Card Shark, who won the 2009 Miss New Jersey.

The Miss New Jersey eligibles also include Dancin Barefoot by Rocknroll Hanover who won the $100,000 New Jersey Sire Stakes Final at Freehold and One Last Kiss by Artsplace who captured the $200,000 New Jersey Sire Stakes Final at the Meadowlands.

(SBOANJ)


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