Always B Miki enjoyed the type of weekend that young stallions can only dream of.
He joined Somebeachsomewhere as the only other pacing sire to sire three of the four juvenile Breeders Crown in the same year.
It started on Friday night when Niki Hill and Monte Miki swept the two year old finals.
Niki Hill took control of the race in the second quarter when she reached the front.
From there she completely overpowered her rivals and won by over four lengths.
This was her seventh win in eight starts.
Monte Miki’s winning margin was a lot smaller, however the win was still super impressive.
After finding the front in the second quarter, Monte Miki led the field into the home straight.
He found himself headed off half way down the long Meadowlands straight, however he showed the same fighting qualities his father demonstrated in those many battles with Wiggle It Jiggleit many years ago.
At the line Monte Miki found himself a nose in front of second place finisher Gulf Shores.
Finally on Saturday Perfect Sting became the first male pacer to win both the two year old and three year old Breeders Crown finals since Artiscape.
After Perfect Sting took the lead early, David Miller elected to take a sit on the second favourite Charlie May.
As the field turned into the home straight, Perfect Sting popped out of the pocket and went on to win in 1:49.8.
For Perfect Sting he now has earnings of $1.8 million.