Im With Her Debuts Tomorrow
Aug 6

In addition to the final of the Dream Maker and opening legs of the Pure Ivory, tomorrow’s card at Mohawk also includes the racing debut of Im With Her, a sister to the winners of well over six million dollars.

Im With Her’s Qualifier

Owned by the Schooner II stables of Nova Scotia and bred by Hanover Shoe Farms, Im With Her was a $90,000 buy at Harrisburg. She is the 17th foal from Hattie, whose final foal, a full brother to Im With Her, was born last year.

A daughter of Abercrombie, Hattie earned $266,000 during her racing career before retiring to the broodmare barn where she absolutely excelled. Eight of her offspring have earned $100,000+, four have over $500,000 with two millionaires, Holborn Hanover and Hyperion Hanover.

Im With Her, who sold as Have Faith Hanover, is trained by Paul MacDonell who will drive the youngster in the seventh race tomorrow from post 10. In her lone career start, she won a qualifier on July 28 at Mohawk in 1:58.

The eighth race, the Dream Maker final, has just six starters including a pair from the Dave Menary barn (Trump That and Dragon Time) along with two from Dr. Ian Moore’s shedrow (Brackley Beach and Webmaster Hanover). Summer Travel, post two, and Dragon Time, post five, won the first two legs of the series.

Pure Ivory Starters With Hambo Card Connections

As the Dream Maker winds down, the Pure Ivory kicks off with a pair of $14,000 divisions. In the first Ex Hanover will make her first career start after winning a pair of qualifiers.

Emmylou Who winning an OSS Gold at Mohawk during her sophomore season. (New Image Media)

Trained by Luc Blais and owned by Determination Stable of Quebec the daughter of Cantab Hall is the third foal from former OSS star Emmylou Who.

That mare’s first two foals both raced yesterday on the Hambo card at the Meadowlands. Her three-year-old, Sir John F, won the Ackerman while her four-year-old Kadabra daughter, Emoticon Hanover (also trained by Blais and owned by Determnation).

Emmylou Who earned in excess of $660,354 during her racing career. She was co-owned by Diane Ingham who also bred the series namesake, Pure Ivory.

Jordan Bluechip winning her second lifetime start at Mohawk. (New Image Media)

Also starting in that division is Jordan Blue Chip who has won her first two lifetime starts, both conditioned events at Mohawk. Mike Keeling trains the Chapter Seven miss for Dreamville Stable of Cambridge. Jordan is the first foal from Ill Bring Dessert, a half-sister to Keeling’s former star, millionaire Laddie.

In the next division Blonde Magic departs from post six. It will be the second lifetime start for the Muscle Massive miss whose big brother, Seven And Seven, started in yesterday’s Hambletonian (finishing eighth).


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