The veteran mare Zitti Tutti (8f Napoleaon-Isola d’Arno-Coktail Jet) won the Kincsem Park harness racing featured Allyhills Hico DIJ (700,000Huf purse, 1900 meters autostart, seven starters) at Kincsem Park in Budapest, Hungary, timed in 1.15.3kr and off at 3.5/1 odds.
Veljko Mazsity teamed and trains this 22-time winner in 39 starts with 16 other placings. Zona (8f Offenbach Bigi-Kama-Valley Guardian) was second for trainer/driver Emil Csordas at 7.2/1 with third to Catania R (5g One Too Many-Campala RAL-Toss Out) handled by Marko Slavic for trainer Mitja Slavic.
On the same card the Amatroverseny (600,000Huf purse, 1900 meters autostart, six starters) saw Coach Degli Dei (5f Brillantissime-Un Fol Axe-Love You) score in 1.15.5kr at 4.2/1 odds. Greta Simon was the winning pilot in this event for amateur drivers handling the Goran Zolnaji trainee.
Street Genius (4m Uncle Lasse-Dats Veronica-Credit Winner (was a close second at 1.5/1 odds (the favorite) for Andrea Fazekas and In Love Danover (5m Univers Love-Aventura Danover-Land Danover) was third for Gyorgy Pekker at 11.4/1.
Later in the program Ubu Kiraly (10m Vioxx SR-Helikon) won the Gyongy Patikak Handicap (purse 600,000Huf, 2400 meters autostart, nine starters) timed in 1.17.8kr at 2.7/1 odds. Lajos Marton was the winning trainer/driver. Charming Boy (5m Zola Boko-Night Lady-Tony Oaks) and pilot Tibor Hajnal took second ahead of Velence R (9f Explot Caf-Fiiligran-Witsend Speedyt) with Gyorgy Farkas at the lines.
Kincsem Park files/photos
by Thomas H. Hicks, for Harnesslink
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