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Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Tue, 20 Aug 2019 18:24:51 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. HHe is really a fighter."Q
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Tue, 20 Aug 2019 18:24:42 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. HHe is really a fighter."Rh
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Tue, 20 Aug 2019 18:24:33 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. HHe is really a fighter."Dhdbdbfbfbr
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 23:29:15 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. HHe is really a fighter."
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 23:29:04 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. He is really a fighter."Hg
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 23:28:55 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. He is really a fighter."
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 18:17:51 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. He is really a fighter."
Forbidden Trade, who was bred in Kentucky, paid $33.80, $7.60 and $l.80 in winningHyfgv
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 18:17:26 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. He is really a fighter."
Forbidden Trade, who was bred in Kentucky, paid $33.80, $7.60 87$!?and $l.80 in winning
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 18:17:14 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. He is really a fighter."
Forbidden Trade, who was bred in Kentucky, paid $33.80, $7.76$60 and $l.80 in winning
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 18:17:02 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcases for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. He is really a fighter."
Forbidden Trade, who was bred in Kentucky, paid $33.80, $7.60 and 8$)??$l.80 in winning
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 18:16:37 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. He is really a fighter."
Forbidden Trade, who was bred in Kentucky, paid $33.80, $7.60 887;:-and $l.80 in winning
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 18:16:24 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. He is really a fighter."
Forbidden Trade, who was bred in Kentucky, paid $33.80, $7.60 9876and $l.80 in winning
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 18:16:10 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. He is really a fighter."
Forbidden Trade, who was bred in Kentucky, paid $33.80, $7.60 8888)(;:and $l.80 in winning
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 18:14:25 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. He is really a fighter."
Forbidden Trade, who was bred in Kentucky, paid $33.80, $7.60 and $l.80 in winningYC
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 18:14:13 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. He is really a fighter."
Forbidden Trade, who was bred in Kentucky, paid $33.80, $7.60 ikand $l.80 in winning
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 18:14:03 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. He is really a fighter."
Forbidden Trade, who was bred in Kentucky, paid $33.80, $7.60 and $l.80 in winningF
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 18:13:32 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. He is really a fighter."
Forbidden Trade, who was bred in Kentucky, paid $33.80, $7.60 87and $l.80 in winning
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 18:13:19 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcaase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. He is really a fighter."
Forbidden Trade, who was bred in Kentucky, paid $33.80, $7.675460 and $l.80 in winning
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 18:13:09 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. He is really a fighter."
Forbidden Trade, who was bred in Kentucky, paid $33.80, $7.675460 and $l.80 in winning
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 18:12:41 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. He is really a fighter."
Forbidden Trade, who was bred in Kentucky, paid $33.uyi80, $7.60 and $l.80 in winning
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 18:12:26 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. He is really a fighter."
Forbidden Trade, who was bred in Kentucky, paid $33.80,5754 $7.60 and $l.80 in winning
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 18:12:15 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. He is really a fighter."
Forbidden Trade, who was bred in Kentucky, paid $33.80, $7.60 and 55646$l.80 in winning
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 17:56:18 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. He is really a fighter."
Forbidden Trade, who was bred in Kentucky, paid $33.80, $7.60 56?!and $l.80 in winning
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 17:56:07 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. He is really a fighter."
Forbidden Trade, who was bred in Kentucky, paid $33.80, $7.60 and $l.80 in winningTed
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 15 Aug 2019 17:55:57 GMT reply
AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The $1 million Hambletonian was supposed to be the showcase for 27-year-old Sweden trainer Marcus Melander and his barn of top 3-year-old trotters.
A bunch of Canadians stole the spotlight.
Long shot Forbidden Trade held off Melander's heavily favored Greenshoe in the closing strides and won trotting's biggest race by a neck at the Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday.
It was an all-Canadian show with Bob McClure handling the drive and Luc Blais training last year's top 2-year-old in Canada for owners Serge Godin and Distinction Capital Inc.
"It hasn't sunk in yet," said the 28-year-old McClure, who broke his pelvis in a racing accident in April at Woodbine Mohawk Park and missed a month of work. "In a few days, it will but it has certainly been career-changing in the last four years."
Forbidden Trade, who finished two lengths behind Greenshoe in his heat, trotted the mile in 1:51.
The result was totally unexpected with most expecting Melander to dominate with his highly regarded trip of Greenshoe, Gimpanzee and Green Manalish S all advancing out of the heats earlier on the card to get into the 10-horse final.
McClure made all the right moves to spoil the show in his first Hambletonian drive. He made a first over move in the stretch and took the lead halfway to the wire.
For a split second, it seemed Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears, who was seeking his fourth win in the Hambletonian, were going to pass Forbidden Trade. But the son of Kadabra dug in and got to the finish line first.
"He had me halfway down the stretch," McClure said. "One other race he got headed, and he really dug in. He is really a fighter."
Forbidden Trade, who was bred in Kentucky, paid $33.80, $67)$!7.60 and $l.80 in winning
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