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What The Hill posts 1:52.3 victory in Breeders Crown 3-year-old male trot
Saturday, October 28, 2017 - by Frank Cotolo, for the Breeders Crown

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Anderson, IN --- What The Hill dominated his divisional foes again as he won the $527,500 Breeders Crown 3-year-old colt and gelding trot at Hoosier Park Saturday night (Oct. 28) in 1:52.3. David Miller drove the winner.

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David Miller drove What The Hill to a 1:52.3 victory in the Breeders Crown.

Four left the gate evenly, finding spots behind Lindy The Great, who guided the field through a :26.4 opening quarter. In the catbird seat was slight 7-5 favorite What The Hill as positions stayed the same through a half in :55.4.

Yes Mickey began an overland journey to chase the top two, passing Top Flight Angel and Seven And Seven, who had no chance when What The Hill left the pocket and glided down the stretch to deny Lindy The Great the win, as International Moni, also 7-5 at post time, closed strongly down the center of the track.

What The Hill stayed in flight to win by two lengths over Lindy The Great, who held second as International Moni picked up the third spot.

Stan Klemencic bred What The Hill (Muscle Hill-K T Cha Cha). Ron Burke trains the colt, owned by his Burke Racing Stable, Our Horse Cents Stables, J&T Silva Stables and Deo Volente Farms.

What The Hill paid $4.80 to win.

Hoosier Park, in conjunction with Roberts Communications, will offer live steaming and replays of the Breeders Crown races at


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