Hopefuls Hot in American Nationals

Hopefuls Hot in American Nationals

By Frank and Ray Cotolo 

(BC) denotes Breeders Crown eligible 

Balmoral Park hosted the American Nationals (AmNat) on Saturday, Oct. 11, featuring eight finals. Well Hello There (BC-Well Said) traveled gate-to-wire in the $61,150 AmNat two-year-old filly pace in 1:53.2. 

Owned by Burke Racing Stable, Blue Chip Bloodstock, Our Horse Cents Stable, and Weaver Bruscemi, trained by Ron Burke, and driven by Matt Kakaley, she paid $4.20 to win. 

Well Hello There & Matt Kakaley

Well Hello There & Matt Kakaley

 Breeders Crown Announces Host Track Schedule Through 2017

Breeders Crown Announces Host Track Schedule Through 2017

Nuncio Wins in Takter Kentucky Futurity Sweep at Red Mile Grand Circuit Finale

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