Shadow Play sires trifecta in $225,000 ONSS Super Final

Shadow Play sires trifecta in $225,000 ONSS Super Final

Shadow Play's continued his incredible year with his two year olds with a trifecta in the $225,000 ONSS Super Final for two year old pacing fillies.

Percy Bluechip returned to her early season form with a easy three and a quarter length win in 1:53.8 over a very sloppy Mohawk track.

Play The Bell finished second, while Kendall Seelster came in third.

Percy Bluechip has now recorded five wins from eight starts and has earnings of $440,795.

She is out of the Artsplace mare Advantest and thus a full or half sister to Kenneth J $1,592,755 and Arthur Blue Chip $552,759.

Shadow Play is having his best season ever with his two year olds - he is currently third of the US Two Year Old Siring Premiership.

Percy Bluechip