view counter
view counter

Miss Versatility To Yursa Hanover

Yursa Hanovergood.jpg

Published: August 22, 2010 9:40 pm ET

No Comments | Jump to Comments

Yursa Hanover and Bruce Ranger captured the $25,000 second leg of the Miss Versatility on Sunday afternoon at Tioga Downs. With only four trotting mares being entered, Tioga Downs held it as a non-betting race between races three and four on the twelve-race card.

Ranger put Yursa Hanover on the engine through fractions of :28, :57, and 1:26.2 with Windsong Soprano (Randy Waples) sitting the pocket, Buck I St Pat (Matt Kakaley) first-over in third and the early breaker Southwind Wasabi trailing the field after an early miscue.

Buck I St Pat set up for the first-over grind but could not make up any ground over a track listed sloppy and had to settle for third with Windsong Soprano edging her out at the wire for second.

The mile of 1:56 was the second win of the year for Yursa Hanover in her tenth seasonal start for trainer Benoit Baillargeon.

In the week’s top test for pacers, Winbak Dimensions repeated his performance from last week with Matt Kakaley in the sulky once again and scored in 1:53.3. Andover America and Bruce Ranger also repeated in the week’s $15,000 Open trot in 1:58.2.

(Tioga Downs)

view counter

© 2021 Standardbred Canada. All rights reserved. Use of this site signifies your agreement and compliance with the legal disclaimer and privacy policy.

Firefox 3 Best with IE 7 Built with Drupal