Elitlopp simulcast set for Sunday at The Meadowlands

from the Meadowlands Publicity Department

East Rutherford, NJ — Racing fans can watch and wager at The Meadowlands and through New Jersey Account Wagering as Enough Talk and Buck I St Pat compete in Sweden’s famed Elitlopp Sunday morning, May 31.

Europe’s most prestigious trotting event, the Elitlopp is part of a three-race program to be simulcast from Stockholm’s Solvalla Racecourse beginning at 10:05 a.m. (EDT). The final heat of the Elitlopp (Solvalla race 10) is scheduled for 11:05 a.m. Free past performances will be available at program stands. Meadowlands gates open at 9:45 a.m. Admission is free until 11 a.m.

Peter Kleinhans’ Enough Talk, who finished third in the 2008 Elitlopp, drew into the first of the two eliminations and will once again be driven by Luc Ouellette. In her first Elitlopp appearance, Buck I St Pat will bid for a spot in the final by starting from the rail in the second elimination with her regular partner, Tim Tetrick, in the sulky.

The Elitlopp simulcast is available only at the Meadowlands and through NJAW; it will not be offered at Monmouth Park or Favorites at Woodbridge.

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  • Enough Talk can walk the walk (Thursday, May 28, 2009)
    This time, Peter Kleinhans need not worry whether Enough Talk has the class to compete with the world’s best trotters. His only concern is Enough Talk’s current form.

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