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Track Talk: Hometown Harness Rankings


Hello Carlo, driven by leading reinsman Jack Flanigen, won Buffalo Raceway's richest weekly trotting race for the third straight time on Friday (May 21) and shot to the top of the Hometown Harness Rankings.

Here's one observer's opinion of the current pecking order at Buffalo Raceway (with local starts, wins, seconds, thirds, earnings, gait, fastest winning mile, trainer, driver and date of last race.) Horses are dropped if they haven't raced in a month. Your opinions and suggestions are always welcome by e-mail at rsummers@buffnews.com.

1. Hello Carlo (13-5-3-0, $30,870, t, 1:59. Larry Clabaugh, Jack Flanigen, 5/21): Won the $9,000 Open Handicap Trot for the third straight week on May 21 in 2:00 to become the season's richest trotter. ... His pair of 1:59 miles are the second-fastest trotting races of the season.

2. Arm And A Leg (15-3-3-3, $26,370, p, 1:55 4/5. Stacy Keene, Kevin Cummings, 5/15): Last year's top horse and No. 1 pacer appeared to be back in top form with a wire-to-wire victory in 1:56 2/5, the second fastest mile of the season with Stacy Keene listed as his trainer for the first time on Feb. 20. ... Drew post 2 on April 10 and wired the field in 1:56 2/5 in the $9,000 Open Handicap. ... Drew post 1 again on May 1 and won in 1:55 4/5. ... Owned by Mark Jakubik of West Seneca.

3. Newberry Winner (16-6-2-3, $32,830, p, 1:58 2/5. Neal Russo, Troy Boring, 5/21): 6-year-old granddaughter of Three Wizzards (the sixth-place finisher in Buffalo Raceway's Hopeful Pace in 1990) took a big drop in class and won her sixth race of the season in 1:58 2/5 on May 7 to maintain her rank as the season's richest pacer. ... She won a $7,500 Fillies & Mares Open II Handicap in 1:59 4/5 in her 2010 debut as driver Dunlap got his second Hamburg winner after a five-year absence. ... Owned by Howard M. Ouriel of Rochester.

4. Cry For Cash (15-4-1-3, $25,380, p, 1:55 3/5. Ron Beback Jr., Ron Beback Jr., 5/22): 5-year-old gelding wired the field in 1:58 2/5 to win the $9,000 Open Handicap Pace from post 3 on Feb. 27 to become the first horse to win the Saturday night feature twice this season. ... Made it three on April 17 with a front-running victory in 1:55 3/5. ... Won his fourth on May 8 in 1:57 4/5. ... Owned by the threesome of J.D. Critelli of Lockport and W.L. Switala and J.J. Martin of Clarence.

5. Jack Sparrow (17-4-4-2, $30,510, t, 1:59 3/5. Jim McNeight, Jack Flanigen, 5/21): Must give respect to the big guy even though he started the season just 1 for 6, but four of those losses came from the 8 hole, where he was assigned to start because of his past success, most notably a victory in an $18,000 race at Yonkers in December. ... Won in 2:03 3/5 in the slop on March 12. ... Came three-wide from a second-over trip to win the $9,000 Open Handicap Trot from post 7 on April 2. ... Led all the way in the slop in 2:01 1/5 on April 16. ... Went over the $30,000 mark for the season with a second-place finish on April 23. ... Owned by Michael Calimeri of Falconer.

6. Redneck Reindeer (10-5-2-1, $27,300, t, 2:00.1. Sherri Holliday, Trent Tharps, 5/21): 6-year old gelding stepped up in class and wired the best trotters in the $9,000 Open Handicap in 2:01 3/5 on April 9 for his third win in five local starts since arriving from Canada. ... Won for the third time in four starts on April 23. ... After a losing trip to Vernon Downs, he won his fifth of the year in a season's best 2:00 1/5 on May 7. ... Owned by Betty Tauber of East Brunswick, N.J.

7. New York Prime (14-2-4-3, $21,735, p, 1:55. Alex Giuliani, Tom Agosti, 4/24): 7-year-old son of Bettor's Delight, the champion 2-year-old and 3-year-old pacer of 2000 and 2001 respectively, battled Nifty Prescott through a 57 1/5 half and then pulled away to a 6-length victory in 1:56 3/5 in the $9,000 Open Handicap Pace on Feb. 13 for his first win of the year. ... On March 27 he battled Cry For Cash through fractions of 27 4/5, 55 4/5 and 1:26 1/5 and held on to dead-heat with Scotts Rolls Royce in 1:55, the fastest mile of the meet. ... Owned by the Brothers IV Stable of Webster.

8. Australian Stock (18-3-4-3, $27,150, t, 1:58 4/5. D.J. Millner, Kevin Cummings, 5/21): Earned his way back into the top 10 with two straight wins in the $9,000 Open Handicap Trot from posts 1 (1:58 4/5 and 3 (2:00 2/5).

9. A Work In Progress (13-4-2-3, $25,335, t, 1:59 3/5. Sherri Holliday, Ken Holliday, 4/30): 6-year-old gelding by SJ's Caviar pushed his career bankroll over the $100,000 mark with a win in the $9,000 Open Handicap Trot on Jan. 15. ... “His blood got all messed up at Batavia last year, so we gave him some time off,” Ken Holliday to Raceway publicity director Sam Pendolino. “It’s good to have him back to his old self." ... Owned by Betty Tauber of East Brunswick, N.J.

10. Bankers Dream (19-5-4-2, $29,265, t, 1:59 1/5. D.J. Millner, Ron Beback Jr., 5/21): After losing as the 9-5 favorite on Jan. 15, he came back and won in 1:59 1/5, the fastest trotting mile of the meet at the time. ... Won his fourth race of the year with a 2:01 1/5 mile on March 26. ... Took his fifth race of the year on April 16 in 2:01 2/5 in the slop. ... Owned by Melinda Kash of Medina, Ohio.

Special Mention

Pacific Mariner (4-3-1-0, $9.850, p, 1:56 2/5. Patricia Sackett, Ray Fisher Jr., 5/22): Classy 8-year-old gelding won the $9,000 Open Handicap after being assigned the inside post on May 22. ... Didn't race in 2009 but now has won 28 of 103 races, including a 1:49 mile at Woodbine in 2006. ... Owned by Ryan Swift of Batavia.

Two Twentytow (3-3-0-0, 8,300, p, 1:56 3/5. Rich Mays, Jamies Dunlap, 5/22): Newcomer from Woodbine is unbeaten in three starts at Hamburg in races against limited winners. ... Owned by Dominic Colarusso Jr. of Olean.

Wine Guide (13-4-4-1, $27,684, p, 1:57 3/5. Bob Gruber III, Ron Beback Jr., 5/19): Won his fourth race of the season --- earning $2,300 in 1:57 3/5 against $6,000 claimers --- on May 19. ... Thanks much to the $13,000 he earned for winning the Niatross series final for $4,000 claimers on Feb. 27, he's the second-richest pacer of the season. ... Owned by Irwin Kaplan.

Card Shark Krazy (15-1-2-0, $10,429, p, 1:55 1/5. Laurie Patistas, Jimmy Whisman, 5/15): This 5-year-old was winless in 16 starts before taking a big jump in class and getting assigned the rail in the $9,000 Open Handicap on May 15. ... The longest shot in the field at 16.70-1, he responded with a wire-to-wire win in 1:55 1/5, the second-fastest mile of the season. ... Owned by Kathleen Weller of Elma.

Boomer Berman (14-7-4-0, $23,975, t, 2:00 1/5. Lisa Lederhouse, Jack Flanigen, 5/21): This 14-year-old Pennsylvania-bred gelding won for the 83rd time in 230 career starts when he took a 2:00 1/5 mile on May 14 with a $9,000 claiming tag, his seventh win of the season. ... It was his 38th Western New York win, and 12th for trainer Lisa Lederhouse, since he took an Open Handicap race at Hamburg in 2:01 on May 10, 2002 for trainer/driver Steve Schoeffel. ... Owned by Kathy Schoeffel of Evans City, Pa.

Jim (16-8-1-2, $20,156, t, 2:00 3/5. Jim McNeight, Jim McNeight, 5/21): 8-year-old son of SJ's Photo, the 1995 champion male trotter, became the meet's winningest horse when he won for the eighth time on May 7 in a season's best 2:00 3/5 against $9,000 claimers.

Pompano Angus (13-5-0-0, $12,990, 1:57 3/5. Mike Pokornowski, Jack Flanigen, 5/15): 8-year-old gelding won his fifth straight in a 2:02 mile in the slop on May 5 against $8,000 claimers. ... He was the first of three winners that night for trainer Mike Pokornowski. ... Owned by Norman Pyzikiewicz of Elma.

Miss Walker (11-6-1-0, $24,550, p, 1:57. Gregory Luther, Jimmy Whisman, 4/30): 6-year-old mare won her third straight $9,000 Fillies & Mares Open Handicap on April 23. ... She won six in a row at Buffalo, with two losses at Saratoga sandwiched in along the way. ... Owned by Amanda Tobinski of Gahanna, Ohio. ... Was Buffalo Raceway Horse of the Month for April.

Horses to Watch

La Suvera 8-year-old mare recently acquired by trainer/owner Laurie Patistas made two moves from the 6-hole before finishing fifth against $4,000 filly claimers in her Buffalo Raceway debut on May 19.

Season's Fastest Winning Pacers:

1:55: New York Prime (March 27, dead-heat)

1:55: Scotts Rolls Royce (March 27, dead-heat)

1:55 1/5: Card Shark Krazy (May 15)

1:55 2/5: Allamerican Danube (Jan. 23)

1:55 3/5: Cry For Cash (April 17)

1:55 3/5: Moonsailer (April 24)

Season's Fastest Winning Trotters:

1:58 4/5: Australian Stock (March 19)

1:59: Hello Carlo (April 30)

1:59: Hello Carlo (May 14)

1:59 1/5: Bankers Dream (Jan. 22)

1:59 2/5: Altesse (April 30)

1:59 2/5: Star Light Stinger (April 30)

Season's Richest Pacers

$32,830: Newberry Winner

$27,815: Pembroke Primo

$27,684: Wine Guide

$26,370: Arm And A Leg

$25,380: Cry For Cash

Season's Richest Trotters

$30,870: Hello Carlo

$30,510: Jack Sparrow

$29,640: Bankers Dream

$27,300: Redneck Reindeer

$27,150: Australian Stock

Season's Winningest Horses

8 wins: Jim , t, (Jan. 15, $3,000, 2:02 2/5; Jan. 22, $3,000, 2:04; Feb. 3, $3,000, 2:04; Feb. 17, $4,600, 2:08 2/5; Feb. 24, $4,600, 2:06 3/5; March 17, $4,600, 2:02 3/5; March 24, $4,600, 2:03 3/5; May 7, $5,400, 2:00 3/5).

7 wins: Goal Cam ,p, (Jan. 16, $3,000 purse, 2:02 3/5; Jan. 27, $4,200, 2:00 2/5; Feb. 6, $5,800, 1:58 1/5; Feb. 27, $5,800, 1:58 3/5; March 6, $6,200, 1:57 3/5; March 13, $7,500, 1:58 4/5; March 20, $7,500, 1:56 4/5).

7 wins: Boomer Berman , t, (March 3, $4,600, 2:02 4/5; March 10, $4,600, 2:00 3/5; March 19, $5,400, 2:00 3/5; March 26, $5,400, 2:01 4/5; April 2, $6,200, 2:01 4/5; April 23, $5,400, 2:01 4/5; May 14, $5,400, 2:00 1/5).

6 wins: Kelly , p, (Feb. 12, $5,000, 2:00; Feb. 19, $5,000, 1:58 4/5; March 5, $6,200, 1:58 3/5; March 12, $7,500, 2:00 1/5; March 19, $6,200, 1:58 4/5; March 26, $9,000, 1:59 2/5).

6 wins: Miss Walker , p, (March 5, $4,600, 1:59 3/5; March 19, $5,000, 1:58 1/5; March 26, $6,200, 1:58; April 2, $9,000, 1:57; April 16, $9,000, 1:58; April 23, $9,000, 1:57 3/5).

6 wins: Hawaiian Alibi , p, (Jan. 27, $3,000, 2:01 3/5; Feb. 3, $5,800, 1:57 1/5; March 10, $5,000, 1:58 1/5; March 17, $5,000, 1:59; March 27, $5,800, 1:57 3/5; April 24, $5,800, 1:56 4/5).

6 wins: Newberry Winner , p, (Jan. 15, $7,500, 1:59 4/5; Jan. 29, $9,000, 2:00 4/5; Feb. 5, $9,000, 1:59 3/5; March 12, $9,000, 2:02; March 19, $9,000, 1:58 4/5; March 7, $4,700, 1:58 2/5).

6 wins: Odessa Angus , p, (March 19, $4,200, 1:59 1/5; March 26, $4,600, 2:00 1/5; April 2, $4,600, 1:57 2/5; April 23, $5,000, 1:58 3/5; April 30, $5,000, 1:57 4/5; March 7, $5,000; 1:57 4/5).

6 wins: Caseys Acquisition , p, (Jan. 15, $3,000, 1:58 2/5; Jan. 27, $3,000, 2:00 1/5; April 7, $3,000, 1:59 4/5; April 4, $3,000, 1:58 2/5; May 7, $4,200, 1:59 2/5; May 14, $4,200, 1:59 1/5).

6 wins: Bono’s Rainy Lady , p, (March 26, $4,600, 2:00 1/5; April 9, $4,600, 2:00 1/5; April 16, 6,000, 1:59 2/5; April 30, $6,500, 1:57 2/5; May 14, $6,500, 1:58; May 21, $6,500, 1:58 2/5.)

6 wins: Doc's Poker King , p, (March 6, $4,600, 1:57 3/5; March 13, $4,600, 2:04 2/5; March 20, $5,000, 1:57 4/5; March 31, $5,000, 1:57 4/5; May 5, $4,600, 1:56 4/5; May 22, $5,000, 1:59 3/5).

5 wins: Patch Adams N , p, (Jan. 16, $5,800, 2:01 3/5; Jan. 30, $5,800, 2:00; Feb. 6, $5,800, 1:59 2/5; Feb. 13, $6,500, 1:59 3/5; Feb. 27, $6,500, 1:59 3/5).

5 wins: Up Front Lady Gray , t, (Feb. 19, $3,000, 2:01 4/5; Feb. 26, $4,200, 2:00 4/5; March 12, $6,200, 2:01 4/5; March 19, $6,000, 1:58 3/5; April 2, $6,000, 1:57 2/5).

5 wins: Bankers Dream , t, (Jan. 22, $6,000, 1:59 1/5; Feb. 26, $7,500, 2:01 3/5; March 5, $7,500, 2:01 1/5; March 26, $7,500, 2:01 1/5; April 16, $7,500, 2:02 1/5).

5 wins: Martin Hanover , p, (Feb. 3, $2,500, 2:06 1/5; March 17, $3,200, 2:00 4/5; March 31, $3,200, 2:00; April 7, $3,200, 1:59 4/5; April 17, $4,600, 1:59 1/5).

5 wins: Grace Of Hearts , p, (Jan. 27, $3,000, 2:01 2/5; Feb. 3, $3,000, 2:01 2/5; March 31, $3,000, 1:59; April 21, $3,000, 2:00 4/5; April 30, $3,000, 1:59 2/5).

5 wins: Pompano Angus , p, (March 27, $4,300, 1:59 1/5; April 14, $4,600, 1:58 1/5; April 21, $5,000, 1:58; April 28, $5,000, 1:57 3/5; May 5, $5,000, 2:02).

5 wins: Redneck Reindeer , t, (March 12, $7,500, 2:04; April 2, $7,500, 2:01; April 9, $9,000, 2:01 3/5; April 23, $9,000, 2:01 1/5; May 7, $9,000, 2:00 1/5).

5 wins: Golder , p, (Jan. 30, $5,800, 2:02 4/5; Feb. 27, $5,800, 1:58 4/5; March 6, $6,000, 1:57 4/5; April 17, $5,800, 1:58 3/5; May 8, $6,000, 2:00 2/5).

On The Mark

Congratulations to the following horses and their connections for recently setting new lifetime marks.

Pacers

1:55 4/5, Low And Right: 4-year-old son of Pro Bono Best (lifetime mark, 1:51) earned $1,500 for his 10th win In 52 races on May 15. … Ray Fisher Jr. drove him to a wire-to-wire victory by six lengths in 28 2/5, 58 2/5 and 1:27 4/5 as he took two-fifths off his previous mark of 1:56 1/5 set at Batavia Downs on Dec. 5, 2009. … Trained by Jim Graham for owners Ted Cupp of Ovid and Robert Pawlak of Rome, N.Y.

1:56 2/5, Michael’s Jewel: 5-year-old gelding by Western Hanover (1:50 4/5) earned $2,900 for his 13th win in 75 starts on May 15. … Tom Agosti drove him to victory in 29 2/5, 58 4/5 and 1:28 1/5 as he matched his mark of 1:56 2/5 set at Batavia Downs on Nov. 10, 2009. … Trained by Alex Giuliani for Ben Drongosky of Snyder.

1:57, Mudriggin: 4-year-old gelding by Modern Art (1:50 2/5) earned $2,300 with his fifth win in 38 starts on May 1. ... Jim McNeight drove time to a front-running victory in 29 2/5, 59 1/5 and 1:28 3/5 while trimming 1 3/5 seconds from his previous mark of 1:58 3/5 set at Saratoga in 2009. ... Trained by Jim Graham for Cadesway Stable of Alden.

1:57 1/5, Take The Shot Rico: 4-year-old gelding by Pro Bono Best (1:51) earned $2,300 with his seventh win in 42 starts on April 24. ... Driver Jack Flanigen had him in front all the way in 29 4/5, 59 1/5 and 1:28 3/5 as je tppl 1 2/5 seconds off his previous mark of 1:58 3/5 set at Buffalo Raceway on March 6. ... Trained by John Mungillo for Samuel A. Sam II of East Aurora.

1:57 2/5, World Queen: 5-year-old mare by Riverboat King (1:48 3/5) earned $1,500 with her 17th win in 87 starts on May 5. ... Jamie Dunlap drove her to a wire-to-wire victory in 29, 58 1/5 and 1:28 as she whacked 2 2/5 seconds off her previous mark of 1:59 4/5 set at Buffalo Raceway on June 12, 2009. ... Trained by Neal Russo for owners Cassie Russo of Batavia and Gregory Price of Dover, Del.

1:57 4/5, Hugs Again: 3-year-old filly by Dragon Again (1:48 3/5) earned $2,300 with her third win in 16 starts on April 23. ... After Doubloon cut the first quarter in 29 1/5, driver Jack Flanigen took her to the front and came home in 58 2/5, 1:28 3/5 en route to a 1 1/2-length victory that knocked 2 3/5 off her previous mark of 2:00 2/5 set at Buffalo Raceway in her previous start on April 16. ... Trained by Judy Blaun of Elba, who is co-owner with John Sixt of Chaffee.

1:57 4/5, Just A Moment: 4-year-old gelding by Village Jove (1:49 4/5) won $2,300 for his 10th win in 30 starts on May 15. … Mudriggin (29, 1:28) and Jenna’s Dream (58) dueled through scorching fractions before Troy Boring drove him hom in a 29 2/5 final quarter to win by a half-length at 79.50 to 1 and shave a fifth off his previous mark of 1:58 set at Batavia Downs on Nov. 28, 2009. … Trained by James Compton of East Bethany, who owns him with Sandra Compton and Harry Wortzman of Batavia.

1:58 2/5, Kennairnmilleyscam: 4-year-old mare by Million Dollar Cam (1:50 2/5) earned $2,300 with her fourh win in 38 starts on April 30. ... Courth Circuit (29 3/5), The Sophinator (59 2/5) and New Party (1:29 3/5) set the fractions before driver Tom Agosti got her home in a 28 3/5 final quarter. ... Trained by Alex Giuliani for owner Ben Drongosky of Snyder.

2:00, The Blues Man: 4-year-old gelding by Nobleland Sam (1:53) won $1,250 with his third win in 32 races on May 19. ... Jack Flanigen steered him to a wire-to-wire victory in 29 3/5, 1:00, 1:35 2/5 as he took thre e ticks off his previous makr of 2:00 3/5 set at Batavia Downs on Nov. 18, 2009. ... Trained by Marion Singleton for Joseph Cicatello of Hamburg.

2:01, Forever Lucky: 3-year-old filly by Stand Forever (1:49 2/5) earned $1,250 with her first win in seven starts on May 19. ... Kevin Cummings had her in front all the way in 29 4/5, 1:01 and 1:31 2/5 as she trimmed a second off her previous mark of 2:02 set in a qualifier at Northfield in 2009. ... Trained by Larry Deyermand for Jay Ankeney of Chagrin Falls, Ohio.

2:01 4/5, This Bud's For You: 4-year-old gelding by Dragon Again (1:48 3/5) earned $1,250 for his second win in 12 starts on May 12. ... Really Western set the pace in 29 4/5, 1:01 and 1:31 3/5 before driver Ray Fisher got him to close from far back in a 29 2/5-second final quarter to shave three ticks of his previous mark of 2:02 4/5 set at Buffalo Raceway on Jan. 27, 2010. ... Trained by Jim Graham for owner Ronald Viola of Pittsford.

2:02 3/5, Chica Boom Boom: 3-year-old filly by Pro Bono Best (1:51) earned $1,250 for her ninth win in 16 starts on May 12. ... Driver/trainer Doug Ackley sat the pocket while Isn't She Lovely cut the mile in 30 3/5, 1:00 4/5, 1:32 before she won by a neck and whacked 6 2/5 seconds off her previous mark of 2:09 set at the Waterloo Fair in 2009. ... Owned by Tyra Ackley of Gowanda.

2:07 2/5, Noble Michelle : 4-year-old mare by Astreos (1:51 4/5) earned $1,250 with her first win in 18 starts on May 5. ... Diamond Rodeo led the first quarter on the sloppy track in 32 1/5 before driver/trainer Ron Beback Jr. drove on to fractions of 1:04 and 1:36 2/5. ... Owned by James T. Dunn of Singer Island, Fla.

Trotters

1:59 4/5, Catch That Yank: 4-year-old gelding by Yankee Glide (1:55) earned $3,250 for his eighth win in 35 starts on May 14. ... Ken Holliday drove him to a wire-to-wire victory in 29 2/5, 59 3/5 and 1:30 1/5 as he trimmed 1 1/5 seconds from his previous mark of 2:02 set at Buffalo Raceway on March 19, 2010. ... Trained by Sherri Holliday for owner Howard Ouriel of Rochester.

2:01 1/5, LW Jaynie Flyer: 4-year-old Indiana-bred mare by Prague earned $2,300 for her 17th win in 54 starts on May 7. ... Jim McNeight drove her to a wire-to-wire win by 13 1/4 lengths in 29 3/5, 58 4/5 and 1:30 as she knocked 1 4/5 seconds off her previous mark of 2:03 set in 2009 at Shelbyville, Ind. ... Trained by Pat Melloy Jr. for Cassidy Melloy of Albion, Ill.

2:02 2/5, JB's Surprize: 6-year-old gelding by King Conch (1:55 1/5) earned $2,300 in his fourth victory in 49 starts on May 21. ... Northern Spiker cut the first half (29 3/5, 1:01) before driver Kevin Cummings took over in 1:31 4/5 and knocked 1 1/5 seconds off his previous mark of 2:03 4/5 set at Batavia Downs on Aug. 5, 2009. ... Trained by Rich Mays for owners James Palladino and John Fritton of Lockport.

2:02 3/5, Hat: 3-year-old daughter of Victory Sam (1:54 1/5) earned $1,500 for her 10th win in 19 starts on May 19. ... Jodie Tempest cut the first half-mile in 30 1/5, 1:01 3/5, then Oh Sweet Victory led after three-quarters (1:32 3/5) before driver/trainer Tom Agosti took over and won by 5 1/4 lengths and trimmed a second off her previous mark of 2:03 3/5 set at Delaware, Ohio in on Sept. 22, 2009.

2:04, Marvelous Marlene: 5-year-old mare by River's Edge (1:53 4/5) earned $1,500 for her seventh win in 44 starts on May 12. ... He Cantab You led the first quarter in 30 3/5, then Up Front Ridge cut the middle half in 1:00, 1:32 before driver Tom Agosti got her home to shave a fifth of a second off her previous mark of 2:04 1/5 set at Buffalo Raceway on April 7. ... Trained by Kirk Desmond for owner Dennis Beaver of Randolph.

--- Bob Summers


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