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Canadian-Owned Colt Among PA Stallion Series Winners

Published: June 14, 2012 7:58 pm ET

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Maytime Terror, owned in part by Toronto's John Fielding and Burlington's Aaron Waxman, delivered on his pari-mutuel promise with a front end victory in one of five $20,000 divisions of the Pennsylvania Stallion Series for three-year-old pacing colts and geldings held on Thursday afternoon at Harrah's Philadelphia.

With Yannick Gingras in tow, Tony Alagna trainee Maytime Terror ($3.40) cleared to command after the :27.3 opening quarter and cruised past middle panels of :56.3 and 1:25 en route to a career-best 1:52.2 triumph. Allstar Blues and Andy Miller finished one and three-quarter lengths behind in second and pocket-sitter Mattacardle and George Napolitano Jr. rounded out the top three finishers.

Maytime Terror notched his first win this year in three starts and third lifetime while pushing his bankroll to $77,003. The Western Terror-Maytime Hall colt was purchased for $125,000 at the Lexington Selected Sale by Fielding and Waxman along with Florida's JL Benson Stables Inc. and New Jersey's Maytime Terror Partners.

Trainer Tom Fanning doubled up in the series segment with Friday At Five ($5.60) prevailing in 1:52.3 by a head in his division in rein to David Miller and Live On ($17.40) scoring by over two lengths in 1:51.4 with George Brennan aboard in another. Miller also won with the Karen Crothers-trained Hide Me Away ($13.60), who prevailed by a neck in 1:52.1. David Wisser trainee Quik Jolt ($7.20) won the other division in 1:51.2 in rein to Mike Simons.

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