Beyonces Rockn Breaks Track Record
Formerly Century Beyonce, Beyonces Rockn crossed the finish line faster than any other mare in the history of Northfield Park when she won the $14,000 Fillies & Mares Open Handicap in 1:51 on Saturday (May 27).
The clocking formally broke the 1:52 record for five and up pacing mares, which was held by three different horses: Hidden Land (Don Irvine Jr.) from 2015, and Devil Child (David Miller) and Love Forbidden (Aaron Merriman) in 2016.
Beyonces Rockn and driver Ryan Stahl setting a new track record on May 27 at Northfield Park. (JJ Zamaiko)
We've found a great article on Somebeachsomewhere that we wanted to share with you.
It has been years since the great Somebeachsomewhere last set foot on the racetrack, but his throng of supporters continue to be fascinated by the now-stallion. The National Post has stoked that interest to kick off the week, as the publication has run an almost eight-minute feature that has caught up with the pacing star.
Fillies Born and Raised at Century Spring Farms finish strong in OSS
June 14 Mohawk Raceway
Majestic Mistress clicked at 7-1 in the OSS Grassroots filly division for Team Holliday. The daughter of Majestic Son-C H Meadow Miss came first-over on the way to the half for driver Ryan Holliday, and she survived that trip en route to winning by a neck over race favourite P L Jill in 1:58.1. Dave Holliday trains the filly for owner/breeder Ron Corbett of St. Jacobs, Ont. It was a maiden-breaking triumph for the career winner of $13,480.
In the Gold event for 3 yo fillies Major Muscle trotted a very respectable second in 1:54.3 for owners Mark G Etsell, Robert C Newton, Chuan C Tan. The Muscle Mass - Oaklea Rae filly is 1-1-0 with lifetime earnings of $72,726 .
Momas Got A Gun (Somebeachsomewhere/Benear)
born and raised at Century Spring Farms won her $96000 PASS Division in 1:50.1 at the Poconos on Aug.15.
She now has earnings of $360,079 with a record of p, 3, 1:50.1f. Congratulations to all her connections.
photo by Curtis Salonick
Limelight Beach now $1million Winner
Born and raised at Century Springs Farms,
Limelight Beach p, 3, 1:49.1M ($1,052,305)
won the 2014 Little Brown Jug in Delaware Ohio.
The son of Somebeachsomewhere continues in 2015 to be a solid performer with a recent 3rd in the Canadian Pacing Derby and a 2nd in the Prix D Ete. Congratulations to all his connections!
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