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Im Hott Ur Nott Tops Evergreen Maiden Challenge Trials

Tres Seis runner picks up third consecutive victory.

StallioneSearch.com
August 4, 2013

Larris Allen rode Im Hott Ur Nott to her third consecutive win on Saturday at Evergreen Park to post the top qualifying trial time for the Bank of America Evergreen Park Maiden Challenge.

The eight fastest qualifiers from the two trial races will return to the Canadian racetrack on August 18 to vie for the winner's share of a $10,000-added purse. Starters were limited to Bank of America Racing Challenge-enrolled 3-year-olds and up who were maidens at time of nomination.

After going winless in her first three starts, Im Hott Ur Nott has not been beat since she broke her maiden on June 1 at Lethbridge. The Tres Seis 3-year-old completed the 350-yard course on Friday in :17.80, a 97 speed index, while defeating Northforkzoom by a neck.

Laurie Ferguson trains the California-bred filly out of Wild California Rose, by First Down Dash, for Ralph E. Danard. Dean Fry is the breeder.

Northforkzoom held on to the second fastest time of :17.82, also a 97 speed index, as she finished two lengths in front of the rest of the field. William Leech saddled the homebred Mezoomn gelding for Glen Wills and Tom Copithorne. A multiple stakes-placed earner of $20,614, Northforkzoom broke his maiden in his last start at Grand Prairie on July 13. He is out of the El Mistral mare RJ Bitterroot Babe.

Tailor Tac got his second career win in the first trial over After Dawn. He overcame a bumpy start to post the third fastest time of :18.08 for owners Barry and Janice Sather. Janice conditions the Tac It Like a Man gelding out of Tailor Dayne, by Strawflyin Buds. Double Bar S Ranch LLC bred the bay in Louisiana.

For the Bank of America Evergreen Park Maiden Challenge qualifiers list including times, sires, dams, owners, breeders, trainers and jockeys, CLICK HERE.