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Can He Be Best Of The Best?

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Published: June 9, 2011 12:26 pm ET

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"I think he's ready to go around 40-something, 49 and a piece. It depends on how fast they go up front. He's a small horse but he doesn't know he's small, he's got a big heart and a big brush."

After some small equipment adjustments, Bestofbest Hanover made himself known to all with his victory in the Somebeachsomewhere last weekend. The Western Hanover colt will be looking to record his fourth win of the season in his Pepsi North America Cup elimination, where he will start from Post 5. Owned by L Ecurie Triple P Inc. of Quebec, the third foal out of star pacing mare Bunny Lake will be looking to record his seventh career win in what will be his tenth overall start.

Trainer Daniel Martin assesses his colt's chances in one of Saturday's eliminations for the richest prize in harness racing on the pacing side and future plans for Bestofbest Hanover on today's edition of Trot Radio. Martin also discusses the reason for the regally-bred colt's rather modest price tag as a yearling. The full interview with Martin is available below.

Episode 202 – Trainer Daniel Martin
Audio Format: MP3 audio
Host: Norm Borg

Please note that the opinions expressed in the featured interview are those of the participants and do not necessarily reflect Rideau Carleton Raceway and/or Standardbred Canada.


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