Traceur Hanover Overcomes Traffic, Duel, To Win Breeders Crown
Traceur Hanover overcomes traffic, duel, to win Breeders Crown
The $500,000 Breeders Crown Two-Year-Old Colt Pace at the Meadowlands was a crowded and confused mile before Traceur Hanover and Andy Miller held off favored In The Arsenal to win in 1:51.
After a long judges inquiry into a break that involved Franzo and Lyons Levi Lewis just after the first turn and a quarter of :26.2, shuffling began after the field was scattered. Sicily took off and In The Arsenal shot for the lead and then Go Daddy Go came quickly around as the half went in :55.2. Traceur Hanover kept Go Daddy Go on the outside with Tomy Terror trying to keep the cover.