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The Red Mile 2014 Standardbred Meet:
August 3- October 5


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Harness Racing Weekend Preview Sept 29, 2011


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posted on 9/29/2011 3:42 am

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Bluegrass Is First Class
The Red Mile’s Grand Circuit meet gets underway on Thursday
night in Lexington with three divisions of the Bluegrass
Series for 2-year-old trotting fillies. As in recent years, Ray
Schnittker and company are well-represented during the
Grand Circuit meet and the Bluegrass opener is no exception.
Schnittker sends out Check Me Out
in the first $109,000 Bluegrass split.
The Donato Hanover filly is driven by
Tim Tetrick while Schnittker handles
the training duties and heads the
owning partnership.
Check Me Out has won eight of 10
this season, including the Merrie
Annabelle, and shows single-season
earnings of $413,457, but has most recently
been second twice to Win
Missy B in Peaceful Way action at Mohawk.
The Charlie Norris-trained Win
Missy B is just outside of Check Me
Out in post four with Brian Sears up.
“I think all she really needs to do is
race the way she raced in Canada
and if she doesn’t run into any road
trouble, she’ll probably be good
enough to win,” said Schnittker. “Win Missy B is in there
and she’s a pretty nice horse. Check Me Out is really the
whole package and she came out of the Canada races pretty
good. We’ll see what happens.”
Schnittker’s other Bluegrass starter is Real Babe, also a
daughter of Donato Hanover, and out of Housethatruthbuilt,
a winner of over $1 million, whose racing resume included
a 2004 Bluegrass win and a Kentucky Futurity filly win
among her Red Mile victories.

Bluegrass Is First Class
The Red Mile’s Grand Circuit meet gets underway on Thursday night in Lexington with three divisions of the Bluegrass Series for 2-year-old trotting fillies. As in recent years, RaySchnittker and company are well-represented during theGrand Circuit meet and the Bluegrass opener is no exception.Schnittker sends out Check Me Outin the first $109,000 Bluegrass split.The Donato Hanover filly is driven byTim Tetrick while Schnittker handlesthe training duties and heads theowning partnership.Check Me Out has won eight of 10this season, including the MerrieAnnabelle, and shows single-seasonearnings of $413,457, but has most recentlybeen second twice to WinMissy B in Peaceful Way action at Mohawk.The Charlie Norris-trained WinMissy B is just outside of Check MeOut in post four with Brian Sears up.“I think all she really needs to do israce the way she raced in Canadaand if she doesn’t run into any roadtrouble, she’ll probably be goodenough to win,” said Schnittker. “Win Missy B is in thereand she’s a pretty nice horse. Check Me Out is really thewhole package and she came out of the Canada races prettygood. We’ll see what happens.”Schnittker’s other Bluegrass starter is Real Babe, also adaughter of Donato Hanover, and out of Housethatruthbuilt,a winner of over $1 million, whose racing resume includeda 2004 Bluegrass win and a Kentucky Futurity filly winamong her Red Mile victories.






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