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Harness Racing Weekend Preview September 30, 2011


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Broad Bahn, Manofmanymissions
Head Kentucky Futurity Field
Although the calendar is turning to October and there are
only two full months left on the stakes schedule, divisional
honors for 3-year-old colt trotters are still up for grabs. A
horse must win two heats to capture the Futurity, with a
race-off possible if there are two different first and second
heat winners.
Heading into Sunday’s 119th renewal of the $490,000 Kentucky
Futurity at The Red Mile, it is Broad Bahn and Manofmanymissions
who appear to have an edge over their peers
and each would likely take the
advantage with a victory in the
third jewel of trotting’s Triple
Crown. Included among Broad
Bahn’s victories this year are the
Hambletonian and a division of
the Zweig Memorial, while
Manofmanymission’s wins include the Colonial Trot and a
division of the Stanley Dancer Memorial.
“Somebody needs to finish up real well here at the end to
win it,” acknowledged Erv Miller, Manofmanymission’s
trainer.
“If one horse comes out and wins this race and the Breeders
Crown, that’ll be the horse,” agrees Noel Daley, the
trainer of Broad Bahn. “If my horse wins one of these I
would think it would be him.”
Broad Bahn tuned up for the Futurity with a 1:53.2 winning
effort in a qualifier at The Red Mile on Tuesday morning,
Sept. 27, with Daley assistant James Rattray driving. The
time was just two-fifths of a second off Broad Bahn’s clocking
in the $1.5 million Hambletonian, and came on a Red
Mile racetrack that might have been as much as two seconds
off due to recent rain. Trotters were especially

Broad Bahn, ManofmanymissionsHead Kentucky Futurity FieldAlthough the calendar is turning to October and there areonly two full months left on the stakes schedule, divisionalhonors for 3-year-old colt trotters are still up for grabs. Ahorse must win two heats to capture the Futurity, with arace-off possible if there are two different first and secondheat winners.Heading into Sunday’s 119th renewal of the $490,000 KentuckyFuturity at The Red Mile, it is Broad Bahn and Manofmanymissionswho appear to have an edge over their peersand each would likely take theadvantage with a victory in thethird jewel of trotting’s TripleCrown. Included among BroadBahn’s victories this year are theHambletonian and a division ofthe Zweig Memorial, whileManofmanymission’s wins include the Colonial Trot and adivision of the Stanley Dancer Memorial.“Somebody needs to finish up real well here at the end towin it,” acknowledged Erv Miller, Manofmanymission’strainer.“If one horse comes out and wins this race and the BreedersCrown, that’ll be the horse,” agrees Noel Daley, thetrainer of Broad Bahn. “If my horse wins one of these Iwould think it would be him.”Broad Bahn tuned up for the Futurity with a 1:53.2 winningeffort in a qualifier at The Red Mile on Tuesday morning,Sept. 27, with Daley assistant James Rattray driving. Thetime was just two-fifths of a second off Broad Bahn’s clockingin the $1.5 million Hambletonian, and came on a RedMile racetrack that might have been as much as two secondsoff due to recent rain. Trotters were especially






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