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PA Sire Stakes Fillies Clash At Harrah’s

Published: June 8, 2017 4:56 pm ET

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There were four divisions of Pennsylvania Sire Stakes races for three-year-old filly trotters on Thursday afternoon (June 8) at Harrah's Philadelphia, each of which carried a purse of roughly $37,000.

In the first division, The Pinske and Kentuckiana Racing Stable's Overdraft Volo (driven by Andy Miller) won her sophomore debut. The daughter of Yankee Glide-Tagliabue achieved pocket position early and used the passing lane to score a one-length victory in 1:55.3. Princess Aurora (Yannick Gingras) finished second, while Hot Mess Hanover (David Miller) was third. It was Overdraft Volo's fourth career win. The victory puts her earnings over $160,000.

Division 2 saw Treviso (Charlie Norris) remain unbeaten on the season (three-for-three). The daughter of Muscle Massive-Valbonela brushed to the front just past the quarter. She was engaged at five-eighths by Broadway Idole (David Miller), but was up to the task, as she won by a head in 1:54. Cool Cates (Andy McCarthy) finished second, while Broadway Idole held third. It was the eighth career win for Treviso out of 14 starts. The win put her earnings over $200,000. She is owned by Klis Brothers Racing and Carrie Norris.

In the third division, Jimmy Takter trainee Thats All Moni lived up to her 3-5 billing. The daughter of Cantab Hall-Pine Chip brushed past the quarter and survived a challenge from The Erm (Charlie Norris) before delivering a one-length win in 1:53.4. The clocking was just two-fifths of a second off the track record. Fine Tuned Lady (Corey Callahan) finished second, while The Erm settled for third. It was the sixth career win for Thats All Moni (Tim Tetrick) out of 13 starts. She is owned by Brittany Farms, Marvin Katz, and Al Libfeld.

Division 4 went to Caviart Farm's Caviart Wonder (Andy McCarthy). The daughter of Muscle Massive-Won An Done sat off the tempo for the first five-eighths before grinding past for the win in a lifetime's best 1:54.1. Vodka N Lindy (David Miller) finished second, while Cant I (Tim Tetrick) rallied mildly for third. It was the third straight win for the Noel Daley trainee, and the fifth of her career in Start 13.

(Harrah’s Philadelphia)


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