The SILVER TRAINs keep rolling along!

Take-The-Train-finSILVER TRAIN, the Mid-Atlantic region’s leading third-crop sire and ranked third in the nation (among third-crop sires) by number of winners, had four consecutive starters score victories within a 24-hour period.

Juvenile filly Take the Train, in her second start, wired the field at 52-1 odds at Pimlico on April 29. The RNR Stable runner trained by Lori Testerman was quick from the gate in the four and a half-furlong race on the main track, scooted away and was never seriously challenged to win by nearly two lengths.

Big Lick Farm’s 3-year-old filly Ubu displayed her talent for the turf at Tampa Bay Downs less than an hour later. The Reid Nagle trainee rolled home four and a half lengths on top in the mile and a sixteenth maiden special weight.

Sylvia E. Heft’s Northern Train got the job done going six furlongs on the dirt at Pimlico on April 28. The 3-year-old filly trained by Tim Keefe went off as favorite and ran that way, taking command a furlong out and holding off all challengers. And getting her second career win on the evening of April 28 was Needsomeluckstables LLC’s Golden Express.

The 4-year-old filly trained by Craig Miller dominated a six and a half-furlong race at Charles Town, cruising home easily to win by six and a half lengths.

From day one, SILVER TRAIN has been a leading source for winners. He tied for first among the nation’s freshman sires in 2010, sat alone at the top in 2011 among second-crop sires, and is well on his way in 2012. The SILVER TRAINs make tracks right to the winner’s circle!