Freshman fillies on display at Yonkers

Yonkers, NY — On Tuesday night (July 21), Yonkers Raceway hosted three $48,866 New York Sire Stakes divisions for 2-year-old trotting fillies.

Destined To Dance was fastest of all in Tuesday’s New York Sire Stakes for 2-year-old trotting fillies at Yonkers Raceway. Besjon Doda photo.

In the first division (race five), No Pay No Way sprang a 21-1 upset, defeating odds-on choice Splash Blue Chip by a neck in 2:00. The daughter of Credit Winner was driven to victory by Scott Zeron for his father, trainer Rick Zeron, and the Bay Pond Racing Stable of Malvern, Penn.

In the second division (race six), driver Tyler Buter avoided any mishaps with several early breakers in the field and cruised home to a 4-1/4-length victory with Destined To Dance in 1:58.3. The daughter of Chapter Seven is trained by John Butenschoen and owned by Heritage Standardbreds, Crawford Farms and Rich Preziotti.

In the third division (race seven), Insured Am S was another winning daughter of Chapter Seven, prevailing by one length in 1:59.2. Brian Sears was the winning driver for trainer Marcus Melander and Courant Inc.

Live racing continues at Yonkers Raceway on Thursday and Friday nights (July 23 and 24) this week. First post is 7:12 p.m.

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