Monday, October 15, 2012

Trio supplements in the theater

Making the deadline for supplementing to the Breeders Crown are two soph colts and a mare pacer.

In the glamour-boy pacing division, Michael’s Power will join the event, as will glamour-boy colt trotter Intimidate.

Mare pacer Rebeka Bayama also joined the show, making the Oct. 15 deadline.
Little Brown Jug winner Michael’s Power will have to do what he has not been able to do for most of the season in the biggest events, that is, he must beat foes that have readily taken him on over the course of the year.

Though he is the leading money-winner (Michael’s Power has earned $1,311,912 this year) for the division, he has far more confidence coming from his connections than he is apt to receive from bettors. If Sweet Lou and Pet Rock take part, Michael's Power has his work cut out for him.

Ontario-based Intimidate has raced recently in conditioned company but his connections put up the fee of $62,500 to face the monstrous success of Hambletonian winner Market Share, as well as recent Kentucky Futurity winner My MVP (those entries due Oct. 16), not to mention a host of other eligibles that have scorched the stakes scene this season.

Rebeka Bayama is a five-year-old costing $37,500 to race in the Breeders Crown Mare Pace. She won with our support on Sept. 1 at Mohawk.

Twitter accounts @FrankCotolo and @RayCotolo will be active real time during the elims and finals.
There will also be news and updates on Twitter using #BreedersCrown. Twitter users are encouraged to use the hashtag when tweeting about the event.

Facebook users can stay informed by liking the 2012 Breeders Crown at Woodbine Racetrack Facebook page.

Fans can also visit Woodbine’s Breeders Crown webpage, which features news and videos.

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