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Third Time's the Charm for Kitty's Dream

Posted by Administrator on May 2, 2012 at 3:40 PM Comments comments (0)

Owned by Neal M. Allread and ridden to victory by Luis Rivera, Kitty's Dream scores in her 3rd start off a layoff. The Exchange Rate mare showed early pace taking the lead early and drawing away in the stretch by more than 6 lengths.

Susie's Surprise Breaks Maiden

Posted by Administrator on August 18, 2011 at 1:55 AM Comments comments (0)

Owned by Edward Berecky and ridden to victory by Ray Ganpath, Susie's Surprise breaks her maiden as the even money favorite.  Susie's Surprise rallied 4 wide to finish up the one mile in 1:45.  The 4 year old Forestry Filly was making her 5th start under trainer Bob E. Buskey III, after finishing 2nd four straight times.    

The Big Highroller Runs Down the Favorite

Posted by Administrator on July 13, 2011 at 3:42 PM Comments comments (0)

Owned and trained by Bob E. Buskey III, The Big Highroller wins under Ray Ganpath.  The Big Highroller scored his second  win of the year by a neck defeating the favorite in the final strides.  At odds of 9/2 The Big Highroller finished up the mile and a 1/16th in 1:47.31

Brynnie's Mr. Smee Goes Wire to Wire

Posted by Administrator on March 13, 2011 at 10:23 PM Comments comments (0)

 It didnt take long for trainer Bob E. Buskey III to score his first win at the 2011 Mountaineer Winter Meet.  His second starter, Brynnie's Mr. Smee, scored a victory on March 11th.  Owned by Neal Allread and ridden to victory by Olaf Hernandez.  Brynnie's Mr. Smee, a son of Grand Reward, wired a field of 9 in his 4 year old debut.  The chestnut gelding finished up the sloppy 5.5 furlongs in a respectable 1:06 4/5.  Off at odds of 19-1, and returning from a 2 1/2 month layoff, Brynnie's Mr. Smee beat a field of shippers from Turfway Park, Charlestown, Penn National and Beulah.  Brynnie's Mr. Smee earned his lifetime best Brisnet Speed Figure of 77 and is now 2 for 9 at Mountaineer including four 3rd place finishes.    

Kitty's Dream Upsets an Allowance Field

Posted by Administrator on December 20, 2010 at 12:58 PM Comments comments (0)

 

Owned by Neal Allread and ridden to victory by Yamil Rosario.  Kitty's Dream, a 3 year old Exchange Rate filly, scored her non winners of 2 in a lifetime Allowance win off a 3 month layoff.  Off at odds of 10-1, Kittys Dream rallied wide to win going away by 5 1/4 lengths and matching her career best speed figure.  She finished up the 6 furlong distance in 1:12.30.  Kitty's Dream was making her 7th career start after breaking her Maiden for Stephanie Beattie 2 back at Penn National.  This was her first start for trainer Bob E. Buskey III, and owner Neal Allread, who purchased the filly at the Keeneland Fall Mixed sale. 

Brynnie's Mr. Smee Breaks His Maiden

Posted by Administrator on October 5, 2010 at 11:36 PM Comments comments (0)

Owned by Neal Allread and ridden to victory by Luis Rivera, Brynnie's Mr Smee went off as a slight favorite defeating his rival by a nose. Brynnie's Mr. Smee, a New York Bred, is by Grand Reward out of a Strike the Gold Mare. Brynnie's Mr. Smee a maiden no more, was racing in his 13th career start and his 4th start in the barn of Bob Buskey III. Brynnie's Mr. Smee flashed early speed, then settled in nicely just off the lead horse going into the far turn. The leader quickly gave up the lead when they turned for home, but Brynnie’s Mr. Smee was collared by another horse rallying from the outside and those two settled it out noses apart at the wire.  That was his first try at the 5 1/2 furlong distance for Brynnie's Mr. Smee, who finished up in 1:07.66.  Official Chart: https://www.brisnet.com/secure-bin/brisclub/archives_pdf.cgi?type=arc&country=USA&track=MNR&date=2010-09-27&race=1

 

 

 

 

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Posted by Bob on August 23, 2010 at 12:28 AM Comments comments (2)

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