Pompano Park hosts $419,000 Super Night with guaranteed Pick-5

Pompano Beach, FL — Pompano Park will host on Sunday (Nov. 25) the biggest night of racing thus far at the South Florida track featuring the FSBOA sponsored Super Night events plus a $15,000 guaranteed pool on the track’s Pick-4. There is also a Super Hi-5 carryover of $26,216 on Sunday night.

Super Night consists of eight events for Florida bred two and three year-olds with five of these events beginning as non-wagering events at 5:15 p.m. with the remaining three kicking off the very competitive nine race pari-mutuel program.

Proud Sophie and Kerry B renew their rivalry in the $49,200 Breeders Stakes for juvenile trotting fillies, while Prairie Gem, Damien Hall and Prairie Shibby, among others, will do battle in the $52,500 Stake for the two year-old trotting geldings.

The $51,500 event for 3-year-old trotting fillies is next with I Rhoda Daley looking to repeat her championship performance as a two year-old last season. Her main threat appears to be Jennifer, who just took a new life mark just two starts back.

The $49,750 sophomore trot for geldings features Captain Thomas and Dangerous Mood, both winners in Stakes competition this fall.

The final non-wagering event is the $53,100 Breeders Stake Final for three year-old pacing fillies. This well-matched field includes

Prairie Easter, with a 1:51.2 Pocono mark coming in and Krinda, who has a 3-2-1 scorecard in her six starts this semester.
The pari-mutuel program kicks off with the $53,900 Stake for three year-old pacing colts and geldings. Gold Star Diablo, lasy year’s Super Night champion as a two year-old, is undefeated at Pompano Park in his five stakes starts this fall season and is expected to be favored to extend that streak.

Completing the early daily double will be the $53,700 Breeders Stake for the year year-old pacing colts and geldings Mister Marvalous and Zaza Boy matching strides in that event.

The final FSBOA event is the $55,500 Breeders Stake for juvenile pacing fillies and features the outstanding Natasha, a winner of six straight at Pompano Park since the fall season began. Also entered are Prairie Westerngal and Rockin Ellie, each having chased

Natasha around the South Florida five-eights mile oval during the stakes season.

The highly anticipated program also features a $2,000,000 field in the Open I Handicap Pace. The million dollar winner Lucan Hanover will match strides with track record holder Panocchio and last week’s winner Dakota Jack, among others.

The track will have a $15,000 Guaranteed Pool on the Pick-4 (races 6 through 9) and a large carryover in the track’s Super Hi-5 finale–now standing at $26,216.

The non-wagering festivities begin at 5:15 p.m. with the pari-mutuel program scheduled to begin at 7:20 p.m.

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