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Win Streaks Galore At Pompano Park

Published: October 14, 2008 11:05 am ET

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Undefeated two-year-old trotter, Whosgoinwhosstayin, will take aim at his eleventh straight win tomorrow night at Pompano Park.

The gelded son of Basil heads one of four preliminary divisions for the $600,000 Florida Super Night on Saturday, October 25.

Whosgoinwhosstayin must finish in at least fourth place in order to remain eligible for the finals.

The highly talented trotter starts from the rail for regular pilot Mickey McNichol in the first of two $7,000 non-wagering colt divisions that start at 6:15 p.m.

Flirting with danger the last two weeks, Whosgoinwhosstayin has made remarkable comebacks after breaking stride at the start of both races. He then comes back trotting up a storm and winning, each week, in 2:01.

Last week he spotted the field 15 lengths after the start and then went on to win by 13 lengths. Sophia Valkanoff of Pompano Beach bred and co-owns Whosgoinwhosstayin with trainer Linda Kakaley, also of Pompano Beach.

Also on a winning streak is the two-year-old filly trotter, Pearl Of Capri, who goes for her ninth straight win in a $7,200 preliminary round.

She must also finish at least fourth to advance to the finals. Bred and co-owned by Frank & Inge Smith of Deerfield Beach and trained by Veral Bowman, Pearl Of Capri starts from Post 6 in the second filly division. She will be driven by Dan Clements.

Another big winning streak on the line Wednesday belongs to former World Record holder, Tweedle Dum, as he goes for his tenth straight win in the $14,000 Open Trot.

(Pompano Park)


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