Age group track record for Andover Hall filly in PASS Final
It was a one horse affair in the $253,000 Pennsylvania Sires Stakes Championship Final for 2-year-old trotting fillies at The Meadows on Saturday, with the Andover Hall filly Dreamonhigh scoring by open lengths in track record time.
Sweeping to the lead past the half-way mark, Dreamonhigh powered to a four length lead and never relinquished that in the straight, crossing the finish line four and a half lengths clear of a game Mon Cheval (Father Patrick) who never saw the markers during the race.
Dreamonhigh’s winning time of 1:54 flat was a new all-comers track record for a 2-year-old trotter, lowering the previous record jointly held by this year’s Hambletonian winner Captain Corey and the millionaire Father Patrick mare Sister Sledge.
Her time also makes her the fastest 2-year-old trotter on a five-eighths of a mile track in North America this year.
It was Dreamonhigh’s third win, taking her earnings to $219,191.
She is the only foal out of the unraced RC Royalty mare RCs Dream.