In our new Big Move of the Week, we feature one horse each week who impressed and might warrant a spot on your watch list.  For the week ending November 29, that horse is an easy choice: Behrnik’s Bank.

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  • Last race: Sent off at 1-5, two-year-old Behrnik’s Bank bounded right to the lead in the six furlong, $75,000 Blue Mountain Juvenile Fillies at Penn National Wednesday night and never looked back, posting a dominant 13-length win under jockey Edwin Gonzalez.
  • The sky’s the limit: Behrnik’s Bank covered the six furlong distance in a sharp 1:10.22.  That was .78 seconds faster than four-year-old Favorite Tale — third in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint last out — covered the distance two races later.  Behrnik’s Bank’s two wins have come by a combined 31 1/2 lengths.
  • Spotless: Behrnik’s Bank has won both of her starts to date with earnings of $64,980.
  • (Not so) Great Expectations: Behrnik’s Bank was 14-1 in her debut, against state-bred maiden fillies at Penn National.  She won that day by 18 1/2 lengths.
  • Breeding: Behrnik’s Bank is by Bank Heist out of the stakes-placed Chimes Band mare Behrnik.  Behrnik’s Bank was bred by in Pennsylvania by Kaz Hill Farm and is owned by Peter Kazamias.  She’s trained by Dimitrios K. Synnefias.
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(Music used in this video: First Call, by Kevin MacLeod (, Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0