Warrawee Ubeaut, harness racing’s fastest 2-year-old ever, added Breeders Crown champion to her resume with a 1:52 3/5 performance over the sloppy going in the $600,000 2-Year-Old Filly Pace final on Saturday night at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono.
Yonkers, NY – Had Warrawee Roo won the Dayton Trotting Derby, he may well have earned an invite to the International Trot.
He ran out of racetrack in Ohio. He had no such issues in Westchester.
Out early from the pole position, Warrawee Roo (Dan Dube, $10.60) rolled from second-over Saturday afternoon (Oct. 13), winning Yonkers’ $250,000, 1-1/4 mile Harry Harvey Invitational Trot.
Warrawee Ubeaut etched her place in harness racing history on Friday afternoon at The Red Mile, becoming the sport’s fastest ever 2-year-old, regardless of sex, by virtue of a breathtaking 1:48 3/5 performance in the day’s second of four International Stallion Stakes contests for pacing fillies.
For more information, including videos, please see our 2018 Yearling page.
Washington, PA – Bestseller Hanover and Warrawee Ubeaut each stopped the timer in 1:52.4 — fastest miles this year by freshman filly pacers on a five-eighths-mile track — to highlight Saturday’s (July 7) $182,962 Pennsylvania Sires Stake at The Meadows.
Manalapan, NJ – Yannick Gingras was impressed with 2-year-old female pacer Warrawee Ubeaut when he trained her earlier this year in Florida, and the filly continued to get high marks from Gingras following her first qualifier on Monday (June 11) at New Jersey’s Gaitway Farm.
Warrawee Ubeaut, a daughter of Sweet Lou out of Great Memories, paced her mile in 1:56 with a :26.3 final quarter-mile to win by eight lengths for trainer Ron Burke. She was a $70,000 purchase at the Lexington Selected Sale and is owned by Burke Racing Stable, Phil Collura, J&T Silva – Purnel & Libby, and the Weaver Bruscemi partnership. She is a half-sister to O’Brien Award-winning millionaire Warrawee Needy.
Here is a list of our 2018 foals
This week we welcomed two new broodmares to our herd. Endless Flirt (Andover Hall – Flirtin Victory) is the sister to the winners of almost $2 million and Sound Check (Yankee Glide – Wind Stroll) is from the immediate family of world champion Guccio. Plans are to breed both of these fillies to Walner for 2019 foals.
For more information, including videos, please see our 2017 Yearling page.
Here is a list of our 2017 foals….