Posted by Ken Warkentin on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 11:01 PM


1-Tiffany’s Flash – Sister to Uva Hanover, 1:52.2 [$454,094] stepped it up to win her second qualifier for Tetrick & Toscano & fires out from the pole position, worth a swing


2-Manchego – Takter-tuned Muscle Hill sister to In Secret, 1:54.1 [$215,855], dam is a sister to Possess The Magic, 1:53.2 [$1,043,503], two-for-two in morning trials, the latest with a :27.2, tough to go against


4-Perfect Summer K – Robert Key homebred sister to Miss Chip K, 1:56 [$142,903] popped out & cruised in her lone trial @ Harrah’s Philadelphia for the Trotting Guru Gurfein



2-Be Bop Sally – First crop of Wishing Stone, world champion on a half & five eighths, dam is a sister to Godiva Hall, 1:53.3 [$808,008], two solid qualifiers & draws inside a soft division


6-Diamondstone US – The other Noel Daley trainee, got to go back three generations to find Pizza Dolce, 1:52.4 [$668,824] in the maternal line, qualifiers were okay & shaved more than four seconds last time


1-Princess Marxxx – Sire Wishing Stone was a 1:51.2 performer, amassing $2,359,150, won the Kentucky Futurity, Maxie Lee & Cutler & Copenhagen Cup in Denmark, homebred for noted breeder Steve Stewart draws the rail



7-Hyway Marcus – Steady Team Harmon trainee responded to aggressive handling to score an impressive post eight win in a career best 1:54.1 last week, huge threat off that effort


5-Pine Tab – Gelding one for his last 50, just missed in his last start here, Hannah Miller was named the Hall of Fame’s Amateur Driving Champion for the second consecutive year


6-Modern Mercury – Was pace compromised from post eight & just missed as the heavy favorite last week, but the jury is out with inexperienced owner John Campagnuolo driving



5-Presto Blue Chip – Sister to Missile J, 1:49.1 [$498,482] went all the way at first asking, then paced a wicked :54.4 back half to just missed in her second trial


7-Hurrikane Shorty – Art Major sister to Preparty, 1:50.3 [$222,561] has improved admirably & superb winning her two trials here with keen late kick, big threat despite outside draw


3-Michelle’s Jazz – Won her first qualifier with a nice late burst, then was forced to make a premature rally to the lead into a :56.1 back half, this filly has talent & draws well



4-Highland Top Hill – Homebred Muscle Hill filly fresh off her first two wins @ Pocono, both in the slop, and the latest in game grinding style, draws well & worth a shot


7-Muscle High – The drop out of NJSS has done wonders for this lightly-raced Muscle Hill gelding with a solid second, then a well-rated Campbell masterpiece last week


5-Sevally – This Trond Smedshammer-tuned filly was surely game first over & just missed to the favorite Myammie Drama two weeks ago, daughter of Chapter Seven with plenty of upside



4-Danish Durango – Steady Big M lover with a mark of 1:52 here last season, a solid second last out @ Harrah’s Philadelphia & seems to be cycling forward, draws inside a wide-open field


6-Muscle Diamond – Big question mark here bothered a bit by a first turn breaker, then faded in

the Charlie Hill Trot, finished well here two starts back in 1:51.1, hasn’t raced in 20 days, yet gets some class relief


9-Can Do – Draws farther outside, but comes into this match up fresh off a second to standout Trolley last week, any semblance of that effort makes him a major player in this intriguing puzzle



7-Feed Your Head – No chance with a slow start from post ten in the NJSS Final, rebounded with a solid third against some serious colts, has a shot to break through with a well-timed move for Scottie Z & Takter


2-Fine Tuned Lady – Three straight close seconds from challenging posts against PA’s finest, talented Cantab Hall filly draws inside a competitive dash


8-That’s All Moni – PASS winner this season lacked her usual finishing kick as the beaten favorite last out @ Pocono, consistent Takter trainee remains a threat despite post nine



4-Nutcracker Sweet – Brother to Bettor Sweet, 1:47.2 [$2,782,356] & Sweet Lou, 1:47 [$3,478,894] won his latest trial with a sizzling :26.1 for Team Takter


7-Speed To Market – First crop of Betterthancheddar, 1:48 [$1,634,314], brother to Mypanmar, 1:48.3 [$1,490,996], broke through in fine style in his third qualifier here


5-Heavenly Sound – Dam is a sister to Happy Dreamer, 1:49.2 [$665,668], improved immensely with speed in his second qualifier



7-Rock Me Baby – Returns to the scene off a decisive score here on 6-2, fresh off a career best blowout @ Pocono, this 4YO has clearly come to hand for Heidi Rohr


8-Penpal – Utilized her serious late kick to pick up checks against top mares in the Roses Are Red @ Mohawk, quality mare always dangerous within striking range


6-Abbijade Hanover – You have to like the way Gingras took advantage of the class relief, took charge & scored convincingly as the heavy favorite, Burke trainee steps back up on her toes



5-Keenan – John Campbell listed on the proof so this could be his last career drive, 9YO gelding is in pretty good form fresh off a solid second at this level, Hollywood could never write the scripts John has written over and over again, thanks for the memories, John!


4-Affair Of Honor – Trainer John Butenschoen has two Top Ten Hambletonian players in Bill’s Man & Giveitgasandgo, can this colt spark his Hambo aspirations in this softer spot?


10-Lauderdale – Classy gelding got parked in his latest @ Harrah’s Philadelphia, a strong second here before that, post ten is a hill he can climb




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