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Meadowlands Pace Elims Drawn

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Published: July 5, 2011 3:32 pm ET

Last Comment: July 7, 2011 6:35 pm ET | 4 Comment(s) | Jump to Comments

Up The Credit, the 2011 Pepsi North America Cup champion, tops the list of 18 colts and one filly entered in Saturday evening's eliminations for the $1 million Meadowlands Pace.

The top five finishers in each of the two $50,000 elims, which have been carded as Races 5 and 6, will advance to the track's signature event for three-year-old pacers on July 16.

Up The Credit will enter the 'Pace' elims off a four-race winning streak which includes a stunning first-over victory in the $1.5 million Pepsi North America Cup on June 18 at Mohawk Racetrack. Campaigned by the father-son team of Carl and Jody Jamieson, Up The Credit is five-for-six on the season with earnings of $880,750. He will start from Post 4 in the first of the Pace elims.

Up The Credit - 2011 Pepsi North America Cup

The son of Western Terror--Cantbuymehappiness was purchased for $72,000 at the Lexington Selected Yearling Sale by Carl Jamieson, Thomas Kyron and Joanne Morrison of Ontario, and Brian Paquet of Quebec. Up The Credit has lifetime earning of $923,440.

Drop The Ball will try to become the first filly to win the Meadowlands Pace. She will start her bid from Post 7 in the second elimination. One of two contenders trained by Ross Croghan, the daughter of Western Terror--Mattcheck Girl has finished second in two of her three starts this season. As a freshman, she won four of seven races, including a 1:50.4 track record in the Countess Adios.

In her most recent start, Drop The Ball flew home in :26.3 to finish a nose behind Showherthemoney in a conditioned race on July 1 at the Meadowlands. She is owned by Eric Cherry's Let It Ride Stables Inc., Dana Parham and Robert Cooper Stables.

Trainer George Teague, Jr. will send out a four-horse arsenal, led by Hoosier Cup winner Custard The Dragon. Feel Like A Fool, Wind Me Up and Wink N Atcha complete his quartet. Custard The Dragon has won three of eight starts this season for Teague and co-owners Ted Gewertz, Robert Feldman and Elmer Fannin. Casie Coleman (Betterthancheddar, Celebrity Citation) and Jimmy Takter (High Noon, Great Vintage, Rollwithharry) are the other trainers represented by multiple contenders.

Also in pursuit of the Pace are Powerful Mist, a North America Cup elim winner that rolled to a decisive win in a three-year-old open on July 2; and Big Jim, the Dan Patch Award winner as the U.S. Two-Year-Old Pacing Colt of 2010. Presidential Ball (1993) is the last freshman champion to come back the following season and win the Pace.

The fields for the eliminations appear below.

Elim 1 (Race 5)
Head# - Post Position - Horse - Listed Driver - Trainer
1 - 1 - Rollwithitharry - Daniel Dube - Jimmy Takter
1A - 7 - High Noon - Ron Pierce - Jimmy Takter
2A - 10 - Wink N Atcha - Yannick Gingras - George Teague
2 - 3 - Custard The Dragon - Montrell Teague - George Teague
3 - 2 - Foreclosure N - Tim Tetrick - Mark Steacy
4 - 4 - Up The Credit - Jody Jamieson - Carl Jamieson
5 - 5 - Roll With Joe - Brian Sears - Ed Hart
6 - 6 - Celebrity Citation - Brett Miller - Casie Coleman
7 - 8 - Bestofbest Hanover - Daniel Dube - Daniel Martin
8 - 9 - Mystic Desire - Tim Tetrick - Ross Croghan

Elim 2 (Race 6)
Head# - Post Position - Horse - Listed Driver - Trainer
1 - 6 - Wind Me Up - Ron Pierce - George Teague
1A - 9 - Feel Like A Fool - Brian Sears - George Teague
2 - 1 - Westwardho Hanover - Tim Tetrick - Tim Pinske
3 - 2 - Big Jim - Phil Hudon - James Dean
4 - 3 - Great Vintage - Daniel Dube - Jimmy Takter
5 - 4 - Betterthancheddar - David Miller - Casie Coleman
6 - 5 - Powerful Mist - Andy Miller - Wayne Givens
7 - 7 - Drop The Ball - Yannick Gingras - Ross Croghan
8 - 8 - Sir Ziggys Z Tam - Mike Lachance - Patrick Lachance

(Meadowlands)

July 7, 2011 - 6:35 pmI am well aware that See you

John Carter SAID...

I am well aware that See you at peelers is a filly, that's why i said all the standouts such as See you at peelers are racing in other divisions, her in the 3yr old filly pace division, another example Arch madness in the age trot division.

July 6, 2011 - 10:21 pmSee you at Peelers is a

john thomas SAID...

See you at Peelers is a filly.

July 6, 2011 - 6:40 amThe year is early and

John Carter SAID...

The year is early and perhaps a horse will emerge but this appears to be a very,very average group of 3 year old colts. There is certainly at this point no must see horse. The standouts appear to be racing in other divisions such as See you at peelers.

July 5, 2011 - 7:38 pmVery, very interested in

Leonard Doan SAID...

Very, very interested in seeing how,"Up The Credit", does in the,"Meadowlands Pace".
Earned the N.A. Cup victory honestly. Out brushing the competition after a fairly taxing trip. Thing is, the fianl time of that was kinda off. They only went in 1:49 & 3. A time comparative to what some of the lesser stock on the card went in. "Won The West", meanwhile,..... an acreditted ,"grand circuit", horse,...... broke the clock. Intriguing. Intriguing.


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