Cantab Cabela trotted the fastest winning time out of four harness racing divisions of The Stallion Series held at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs on Tuesday night.
The Stallion Series races, which were contested by 3-year-old trotting fillies, each carried a purse of $20,000.
Cantab Cabela (-Keystone Call Girl), a filly trained and driven by Todd Schadel and owned by Todd and Christine Schadel, won in 1:56:2. That career-best time was the fastest of the four Series splits held Tuesday night.
Other Stallion Series winners were: Enfilade (-Missa Brevis), driven by Tyler Buter, trained by Fred Grant, and owned by Russell Williams, in 1:57:1; Barefoot Brook ( -Rosebud Sioux), driven by Buter, trained by Walter Dunn, and owned by Dunn Stable, in 1:56:4; and Ciao Dough ( -Rising Dough), driven by Mike Simons, trained by Aaron Hamilton, and owned by En Mar Stable, in 1:56:4.
by James BEVIGLIA