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Time On My Hands Sets Track Record

Published: July 11, 2015 1:01 am ET

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Time On My Hands (sired by American Ideal) broke the track record for two-year-old filly pacers on Friday night at Saratoga Casino and Raceway.

There were three divisions of the $49,000+ New York Sire Stakes for freshman fillies and the Chris Ryder-trained Time On My Hands was the star of the show.

Jim Morrill Jr. guided the youngster to the early lead before being met with the late challenge of Dime A Dance (by Roll With Joe) and driver Billy Dobson. Time On My Hands powered away in the stretch to stop the timer in 1:54.2, two-fifths of a second better than the previous track record that belonged to four different fillies, most recently Band Of Angels when the two-year-olds came to town to compete in NYSS action last year.

Morrill also piloted freshman American Ivy (by American Ideal) to victory in her $49,841 division of the stakes for trainer Joe Holloway. American Ivy stopped the clock in 1:56.1 in her first Sire Stakes try.

The third division was won by Gotmyreddressontnit (by Roll With Joe), who moved her record to two-for-two following a front-running win with Wally Hennessey in the sulky. The Janice Connor-owned and trained filly won her debut last week at Buffalo and on Friday stayed undefeated behind an impressive score in 1:54.4.

Morrill piloted five winners on the night.

(Saratoga Raceway)

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