Tioga Downs to host NYSS freshman fillies on July Fourth

Nichols, NY – Tioga Downs welcomes four divisions of the New York Sire Stakes 2-year-old trotting fillies on Thursday (July 4).

In the $26,500 first division, the 9-5 morning line favorite is Really Blue Chip (Marcus Miller).  Owned by Thestable Really Bluechip and trained by Scott Di Domenico, the filly by Credit Winner-Muscles Secret won a leg of the NYSS at Buffalo in her only start.

The second choice at 2-1 is Without A Warning (Scott Zeron).  The filly by RC Royalty-Concentration is owned by Raymond Campbell and trained by George Ducharme.  She was second in the NYSS at Buffalo in her first start.

The morning line favorite in the $26,500 second division is Love A good Story (Troy Beyer) at 6-5.  The filly by Chapter Seven-Celebrity Lovin won her only start in a leg of the NYSS at Buffalo.  She is owned by Kentuckiana Racing Stable and Pinske Stable and trained by Julie Miller.

Seventimesalady (Ake Svanstedt) is the morning line second choice at 9-2.  The filly by Chapter Seven-Ava Marion is owned by Little E LLC., Knuttson Trotting Inc., and trainer Svanstedt.  She will be making her first start on Thursday.

In the $27,000 third division, the Blake Macintosh trained Hushabye (Brian Sears) is the 2-1 morning line favorite.  The filly by Chapter Seven-Banbury Cross is owned by Macintosh, S L Heimbecker, Mortgage Boys Stable, and Hushabye Stables.  She is one-for-one with a NYSS win at Buffalo.

The second choice at 3-1 is Senorita Rita (Scott Zeron), who is participating in her first career race.  The filly by Chapter Seven-Lindys Head Nurse is trained by Linda Toscano for owner Kenneth Jacobs.

In the $26,500 final division, the 7-5 morning line choice is Sorprese (Dan Daley).  The filly by Conway Hall-Isabella Gal bested the field in the NYSS at Buffalo in her only start.  She is trained by Daley for owners James Crawford IV, Ann-Mari Daley and Crawford Farms Racing.

The co-second choice at 4-1 is Illdoitmyself (Scott Zeron).  The filly by Chapter Seven-Dornello is owned by Van Camp Trotting Corp., James Walker, and trainer Rick Zeron.  She was second best in the NYSS at Buffalo.

The other 4-1 morning line choice is Smooth Affair (Tyler Buter).  The Chris Oakes trained filly by Conway Hall-Identity Theft is owned by Northfork Racing Stable.  She has a second-place finish is two starts this season.

The 15-race card gets underway at 1 p.m.

For more information go to www.tiogadowns.com.

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