Winkelman has been training one or two horses for the past three decades, first at the late Brandywine Raceway, and more recently adding another horse or two. He has brought Paradise Lost from a rejected green pacer he bought to a hard-hitting female pacer.
had to use race favorite Jeremes Sweetheart hard leaving from the outside in a select field of distaff pacers before taking the lead at the quarter. Heading to the half-mile Paradise Lost was first to move and driver drove up to challenge for the lead. The front-pacing duo raced side-by-side the rest of the mile until Wolfenden urged Paradise Lost to the front by a head. Meanwhile was hustling Alexachase four-wide around the last turn and closed with a rush to edge Jeremes Sweetheart by a head for second-place.
Paradise Lost is a seven-year-old daughter of-Loving Ideal and now has won her first of the year to go with a second and three thirds banking $24,450. In her career, she has 18 wins and $194,661 earnings.
JK Letitgo recorded her fourth consecutive wins dominating the first of two $14,500 4&5-Year-Old Mares Winners-Over paces, as meet leading driverposted his third win of the day. Evans, Spedden, Nanticoke Racing and trainer Josh Parker own the -Getoutofmyway four-year-old. Air Miles Hanover (Vic Kirby) was runner-up. Make Magic ( ) closed strongly to finish third.
In the other division, Howard and Josh Kaufman's Derek Delight, guided by, scored a convincing 1:54.4 victory for trainer John Cabot. The -Jen Bo Jenna five-year-old turned back Lloyd's Lady ( ), closing along the passing lane, and Susan's Desire ( .) third.
Callahan, who leads all drivers in wins during 2014, finished the card with four wins;. drove back-to-back winners for owners Norma Messick and trainer Tim Torbert. and also had a double.
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