Trainers Jeff Runco and James Casey and Charles Town Race Track emerged the big winners of the Oct. 8 West Virginia Classics, nine stakes races with total purses exceeding $1.1 million for horses bred in West Virginia.
The trip from Charles Town Aug. 6 proved lucrative for Coleswood Farm, which swept both $100,000 West Virginia-bred stakes at Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack & Resort on its West Virginia Derby (gr. II) program.
Mark Russell's 10-year-old gelding Russell Road, winner of 31 of 61 starts, will attempt to clear the $2 million mark in earnings Aug. 6 in the $100,000 Northern Panhandle Stakes for West Virginia-breds at Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack & Resort.
|Horse||Trainer||Breeder / Owner|
|Balto More||Douglas S. Adams||
|Blues in the Night||Jamie A. Stokes||
|Greenway Court||James W. Casey||
|Henry the Lover||Jamie A. Stokes||
|In the Fairway||Jeff C. Runco||
|Just Fuhr Real||Kevin S. Patterson||
|One Move||Lenworth G. Kirlew||
|Paco Smart||Raimondo Schiano-Dicola||
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