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Bringoverthemoney Continues To Roll

Published: July 30, 2018 12:25 pm ET

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Running Aces’ Sunday (July 29) program of live racing featured three-year-old Minnesota-sired trotters in action, as two divisions for sophomore square-gaiters went postward.

The $8,500 colts and geldings’ division was captured by the Rick Magee-driven Bringoverthemoney, who has absolutely dominated the three-year-old trotting scene in Minnesota this year. The Money Talks gelding who is out of the Overcomer mare Bringitover has now won seven races from 11 trips to the gate, and is currently riding a six-race win streak Bringoverthemoney ($2.20) is trained by Brian Detgen for owner Jasmine Horvat, and was bred by Katrina Horvat. He seems to get better and better with each win (he just lowered his lifetime mark to 1:57 with his six and a quarter-length victory on Sunday). Bringoverthemoney appears to be poised to continue to roll through the next six or seven weeks and looks well on his way to the Minnesota Championship races, which will take place on September 15.

The $8,500 fillies division of the three-year-old trot was won by Dekker, the dominant filly of 2018. She is a daughter of Braggart and is out of the Muscles Yankee mare Caffeine Freak. Dekker (who was driven by Rick Magee) was bred by AL-Mar Farms and is trained by Justin Anfinson for owners Jesse, Eric and Ben De Long. Dekker picked up her third win in a row on Sunday while lowering her lifetime best by two full seconds (to 1:58.2). The win was her sixth victory of the season from eight starts.

The $10,000 Winners-Over pace was won by Bettors Promise (Lemoyne Svendsen) who had a rough, overland trip in the $50,000 Dan Patch FFA final last week. He bounced back with a dominating, gate-to-wire Sunday win in 1:51.4 (he capped things off with a :27.3 final quarter). Bettors Promise is a seven-year-old gelding by Bettors Delight. He is trained by Jessie Pacheco for owners Richard Morita and David Yamada. He now sports seven wins from 24 starts this year and has banked $38,122 in purses this year.

Seven-year-old Revenue gelding Margin Call trotted up a storm from the back of the pack in the $5,600 conditioned trot to pick up his second win of the season in 1:58 for trainer/driver Rick Magee. Margin Call ($16.20) turned in the fastest trotting final quarter of the night with his :28.4 signature closing kick. He is owned by Mikaela Delgiudice and was bred by Paretti Farms. The Sunday victory pushed his career earnings to $72,059. He has recorded 16 career wins and 41 top-three performances from 76 starts.

Rick Magee led the night off with a sweep of the first three races on the program, while Mooney Svendsen also picked up a hat-trick. James Yoder and Gerald Longo both picked up doubles on the card.

Live racing will return to Running Aces on Tuesday evening (July 31). The program will feature a carryover of $6,413.29 in the 20-cent Jackpot Pick-5 wager. First post on Tuesday will be at 7:00 p.m. (CDT).

(Running Aces)

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