07/01/2017 8:00PM

Hoosier Park: Sophomore pacing fillies compete in Indiana Sires Stakes


Jd's Chancey Gal, Rockin Racer, and Rockin BB won the trio of $20,000 Indiana Sires Stakes eliminations for sophomore pacing fillies on Saturday afternoon at Hoosier Park.

Jd's Chancey Gal (Todd Warren) won the fastest of the three flights, taking the opener in 1:51 4/5.  She took the lead at the 56 second half and didn't relinquish it, scoring by a length and a quarter over Amazing Arya (John De Long).  Pretty Image (Dale Hiteman) was third.

The winner is a daughter of Panspacificflight owned and trained by Pasko Vucinaj.  This was her eighth career victory, and she has now earned $76,336.  The 4-5 favorite, she paid $3.60 to win.

Rockin Racer (Jared Finn) led at every call in the next elimination to score in 1:52 4/5.  She chopped out fractions of 25 1/5, 54 4/5, and 1:25 4/5 before closing in 27 seconds flat to down Carol's Z Tam (Ricky Macomber Jr.) by a length and a half.  Rockin Serena (Peter Wrenn) finished third.

J.D. Finn trains Rockin Racer, a Rockin Image filly, for owners Finn Racing LLC. and Hinshaw Homestead Farms LLC.  Unraced at two, Rockin Racer is seven-for-nine this year with $50,250 banked.  The 5-2 third choice Rockin Racer returned $7.20 to win.

Rockin BB closed the stakes events for the night with a 1:52 1/5 tally for driver Sam Widger.  Rockin BB brushed from fourth to first at the 56 second half, and after putting a 1:24 4/5 three-quarters on the board, she kicked out a 27 2/5 final panel to defeat Firstup (Ross Leonard) by a length and a quarter.  Sand Madeline (Brandon Bates) collected third.

Another daughter of Rockin Image, Rockin BB is trained by Ron Burke for owners Burke Racing Stable LLC., Frank Baldachino, and Weaver Bruscemi LLC.  She is now a five-time winner in her life, and she has put away $99,830.  She was the 3-2 favorite and paid $5.40 to win.