Always B Miki filly Niki Hill remains unbeaten after taking out her Shes A Great Lady elimination at Woodbine Mohawk Park in the equal fastest time recorded by a 2-year-old filly in North America this year.
Sub 1:50 Creatine colt Jujubee was in a league of his own in the $253,000 Pennsylvania Sires Stakes (PASS) Final for 3yo trotting colts and geldings at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono yesterday, dispatching a quality field with ease in a new championship record.
The progeny of Always B Miki shone in North American stakes racing over the weekend, with his stock taking out two of the four pacing Pennsylvania Sires Stakes (PASS) Championships and his son Perfect Sting surpassing $1 million in stakes with victory in a North America Cup elimination.
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.
Daughters of Always B Miki took out both Grand Circuit races for 3-year-old pacing fillies at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono yesterday, with Grace Hill franking her outstanding recent form with victory in the $250,000 James M Lynch Memorial and Nashville Elgenna capturing the $125,000 Consolation.
3-year-olds by Father Patrick took out two of the four age-group trotting features contested on Sun Stakes day at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono.
The Greg Wright Jr. trained Creatine colt Jujubee was one of the standout performers at yesterday’s Hambletonian meeting, smashing The Meadowlands track record for a 3yo trotting colt with a sublime 1:49 4/5 victory in the $50,000 Muscle Hill stakes.
Always B Miki filly Grace Hill took out the feature event for 3-year-old pacing fillies, the Shady Daisy, on Hambletonian day at The Meadowlands, setting a new lifetime mark of 1:49 in the process.
The well related Father Patrick filly Pink Gypsy was a stylish winner of her Pennsylvania Sires Stakes division for 2-year-old trotting fillies at Harrah's Philadelphia on August 7.