Trotters on display in Kentucky Sire Stakes

Lexington, KY — Three-year-old trotters were the focus of Tuesday’s (Aug. 18) Kentucky Sire Stakes action at The Red Mile.

The single division for colts and geldings saw favorite Beads easily win by over two lengths in 1:52. The Archangel-Nepentha colt is owned by Renee Spahr and Christina Takter, trained by Per Engblom, and was driven by Andrew McCarthy.

Tuscany stole the show in Tuesday’s Kentucky Sire Stakes action at The Red Mile with a 1:51 score. Amanda Stephens photo.

The first division for fillies saw Tuscany overtake favorite Panem in the stretch and draw off to win by four lengths in 1:51. George Brennan steered the Muscle Hill-Shes Gone Again filly to a new lifetime mark. She is owned by Joseph Davino, Brad Shackman and Drennan Stable and is trained by Nik Drennan.

The second filly division was won by favorite Ms Savannah Belle, giving Engblom his second Sire Stakes win of the day. The Muscle Hill-Stubborn Belle filly trotted her last quarter in :26.4 to win by over a length in 1:53. She is owned by Al Libfeld and was driven by David Miller.

Live racing at The Red Mile continues Sunday (Aug. 23) with a first post of 1 p.m.

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