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WASHINGTON, PA, July 16, 2014 -- The Meadows Racetrack & Casino announced today that Coors Light has signed on as title sponsor for the $600,000 (est.) Delvin Miller Adios, the track's signature race. The event now will be known as the "Delvin Miller Adios Pace for the Orchids Presented by Coors Light." Kevin Decker, director of racing for The Meadows, thanked Coors Light for its support and noted that the title sponsorship extends the productive partnership between Coors Light and The Meadows, which already includes a "Coors Light Race of the Day." "As one of the premier sporting events of the summer, The Adios is a natural fit for Coors Light," Decker said. "We anticipate a number of joint promotional efforts, targeted to existing and new fans, that will enhance the awareness and impact of The Adios." This year's Adios, a major test for 3-year-old colt and gelding pacers that highlights Grand Circuit Week at The Meadows, will be contested over the last two Saturdays in July. Eliminations are set for the evening of Saturday, July 19, while the final goes the following Saturday afternoon as the anchor of a blockbuster card expected to offer approximately $1 million in purses. Also featured are: The $150,000 (est.) Quinton L. Patterson Adioo Volo for 3-year-old filly pacers; The $100,000 (est.) Gov. David L. Lawrence for freshman colt and gelding pacers; The $100,000 (est.) Mary Lib Miller for 2-year-old filly pacers; The $65,000 (est.) James Manderino for sophomore colt and gelding trotters; The $65,000 (est.) Ned McCarr for 3-year-old filly trotters. by Evan Pattak, for the Meadows

Trainer Kelly O'Donnell knows 3-year-old filly pacer Weeper is fast. Sometimes, though, she might be too quick for her own good. Weeper, who races in Tuesday's second $34,712 division of the Historic-Ladyship Stakes at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs, has won eight of 10 career starts. Her two losses came last season in races in which she went off stride at the top of the stretch. In the Ladyship, Weeper and regular driver Dave Palone will start from post three and are the 8-5 morning line favorite in a field that includes 2013 Breeders Crown champion Uffizi Hanover. Weeper is 3-for-3 this year, with her victories coming by a total of nearly 14 lengths. "She's a real nice filly," O'Donnell said. "We don't know why she makes the breaks once in a while, but Dave says he thinks that she's so game that at the top of the stretch she's trying to shift into another gear. It's always coming off that last turn, darting for home. We've tried everything to correct it. I think she just wants to go more than her legs can go." Weeper was bred by Winbak Farm and is owned by Winbak's Joe and Joann Thomson (under the name Bay Pond Racing Stable). She is a daughter of stallion Allamerican Native out of the mare Pleasant Yet Bad. The dam is a full sister to multiple-stakes-winner Badlands Nitro. She was prepped for her 2-year-old campaign by Winbak's head trainer, Jeff Fout, who turned over the filly to O'Donnell after her first qualifier. Weeper won twice in 1:51.4 last year, once at The Meadows and once at Pocono Downs. Only two 2-year-old filly pacers won with faster times on a five-eighth-mile track: Allstar Rating and Gallie Bythe Beach. Weeper enters the Ladyship coming off a 2-1/4 length victory over Allstar Rating in a division of the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes at The Meadows on May 3. "I was just lucky enough to get her," O'Donnell said. "She's a big, strong, rugged-looking filly. Knock on wood, if she stays healthy, I think she can go with the best of them." In addition to the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes, Weeper is eligible to the Mistletoe Shalee Stakes, Lynch Memorial, Adioo Volo, Keystone Classic and Pennsylvania All Stars. Weeper, who entering Tuesday had not started a race this year from inside of post seven, has gone gate-to-wire in all three of her 2014 races. "I would love to see her get a trip," O'Donnell said. "I don't know how fast she could go with someone cutting the fractions for her." Following is the field in post order for the first division of the Ladyship: Table Talk, If You Say So, That Woman Hanover, Katie Said, and McVita Bella. The second division is: Hunger Games, Cinamony, Weeper, Fancy Desire, and Uffizi Hanover. by Ken Weingartner, for Harness Racing Communications

After watching That Woman Hanover recover from a mid-season slump and finish 2013 with three consecutive wins, trainer Dan Altmeyer is looking forward to the filly's 3-year-old campaign. That campaign begins Friday when That Woman Hanover faces five foes in the $110,000 Courageous Lady Stakes for 3-year-old filly pacers at Northfield Park in Ohio. That Woman Hanover, driven by Altmeyer's son-in-law, Mike Wilder, drew post No. 6 and is 4-1 on the morning line. Kayla Grace, a filly from Michigan who has won all 15 of her lifetime starts, supplemented to the Courageous Lady for $10,000 and is the 3-1 favorite from post three. Last year, That Woman Hanover won her first two races, including a $30,000 division of the Pennsylvania All Stars, before hitting a five-race skid during which she finished no better than fifth. Altmeyer said the slump was the result of equipment issues, not any physical ailments, and That Woman Hanover rebounded to win her final three starts. She capped the season with a victory in a $30,200 division of the Keystone Classic. "She started out great and then she hit some bumps in the road and it took us a while to get it figured out," said Altmeyer, who owns That Woman Hanover with Richard Kelson, Jack Piatt II, and Jeffrey Altmeyer. "It was frustrating, but as long as we don't hit those bumps again, we'll be OK. "I was kind of excited to train her back this year and so far so good. She trained great in Florida (at Reveille Farms) before coming north. Mike thinks she's the real deal. We'll see if she can step up." That Woman Hanover prepped for the Courageous Lady with two qualifiers, winning the second in 1:54.2 at The Meadows. Courageous Lady contender Sister Stroll, from the stable of trainer Brian Brown, was second in the qualifier and stakes-winner Allstar Rating finished third. "It was her second go-round and we wanted to test her a little bit and make sure she was tight for the Courageous Lady," Altmeyer said. "It would have been nice to draw inside on the half-mile track (at Northfield). This is her first time on a half, but she's handled all the tracks so far and the turns where we train in Florida are a little tight, so I don't think she will have a problem." That Woman Hanover, purchased for $40,000 at the 2012 Standardbred Horse Sale, is a daughter of stallion Somebeachsomewhere out of the mare Sub Rosa Hanover. Altmeyer trained Sub Rosa Hanover, who won divisions of the Reynolds Stakes at ages 2 and 3 and was a two-time runner-up in Pennsylvania Sire Stakes championships. The family also includes stakes-winners Historic, Digger Almahurst, Tyler's Mark, and Texas Shootout. That Woman Hanover's stakes schedule this year includes the James Lynch Memorial, the Adioo Volo, and a number of events for Pennsylvania-bred fillies. "Her mother was a very good racehorse and I think this one has a little more talent," Altmeyer said. "She's a great horse to be around. I've had several Somebeachsomewhere (offspring) and they all have had great attitudes. She does also." Courageous Lady favorite Kayla Grace was 12-for-12 last season, with wins that included the Michigan Sire Stakes and Great Lakes championships for 2-year-old filly pacers. A La Notte Hanover, who is 7-2 on the morning line and one of two horses from the stable of trainer Ron Burke, won a division of the New York Sire Stakes last season. Sister Stroll, trained by Brian Brown, was a multiple stakes winner last year and is 9-2 on the Courageous Lady morning line. The field for the Courageous Lady, with listed drivers, trainers and morning line odds: 1. Shell Bell, Aaron Merriman, Steve Carter, 6-1; 2. Sister Stroll, Ryan Stahl, Brian Brown, 9-2; 3. Kayla Grace, Brad Kramer, Marie St. Charles, 3-1; 4. A La Notte Hanover, Chris Page, Ron Burke, 7-2; 5. Fiyonce, Josh Sutton, Ron Burke, 10-1; 6. That Woman Hanover, Mike Wilder, Dan Altmeyer, 4-1. by Ken Weingartner, for Harness Racing Communications

We had to take a bone chip out of a hind ankle. Dr. Patty Hogan did the surgery and we pretty much followed the textbook bringing him back." Sevruga made a statement last year that he could compete with harness racing’s best older trotters. Trainer Julie Miller hopes Katie Said can announce herself in similar fashion when she takes on stakes-calibre three-year-old filly pacers later this season. Katie Said, who was limited to two starts last year, and Sevruga were among four winners for Miller at last Friday’s qualifiers at the Meadowlands. The others were six-year-old trotter Bambino Hall and three-year-old pacer The Lunch Pail as Team Miller -- Julie and her husband, driver Andy -- went 4-for-4 on the day. It was the six-year-old Sevruga’s second qualifier of the season, a winning effort in 1:54.2 as he comes back from bone chip surgery that forced him to miss the end of last year. Sevruga won nine of 22 races and earned $484,575 in 2013 for owner KDM Stables.   His wins included the John Cashman Jr. Memorial and Arthur J. Cutler Memorial, both at the Meadowlands, and he finished worse than third only once in his first 19 starts. He was off the board in his last three races and missed the final of the TVG Free For All Series after ending the preliminary rounds as the points leader. "He’s had two nice qualifiers. We’re going to qualify him back again because the level he has to race at, with the top horses in the country, I’d like to have one more tightener for him. But so far he’s done everything we’ve asked of him.” Sevruga, who finished fifth in purses among all older trotters in North America last year, is staked to a similar schedule in 2014. “He’s got all the big races,” Miller said. “If you can get a piece of those, you’re doing good. It’s a tough division, but (Meadowlands Chairman Jeff Gural) putting together those nice races for the older horses to keep them on the track, it’s been great to see that competition.” Katie Said, a daughter of stallion Well Said, is a half-sister to Kikikatie, the 2003 Dan Patch Award winner for best two-year-old filly pacer, and stakes-winner Just Wait Kate. Katie Said’s mother, Katies Lucky Lady, is a full sister to millionaire Camluck. Purchased as a yearling for $67,000 at the 2012 Standardbred Horse Sale, Katie Said is owned by the Andy Miller Stable and Black Horse Racing. She won her first start last year in 1:55.3 at Harrah’s Philadelphia in early October, but in her second race made a violent break while challenging for the lead and went to her knees. “She grabbed a shoe,” Miller said. “She just had some scrapes and scratches, but instead of going on with her, we turned her out and did the right thing by her. It’s working out.” Katie Said won her qualifier last week in 1:55.2. She is eligible to the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes circuit as well as a number of stakes including the Lynch Memorial, Adioo Volo, Shady Daisy, Reynolds and Tompkins-Geers. “Andy said she was vicious in her qualifier, just under wraps,” Miller said. “As a two-year-old, she was a late-comer. She had some maturity issues, not physically, but mentally. She’s got a nice three-year-old (stakes) season for this summer. She’s been a pleasant surprise. Hopefully she’ll be a nice racehorse for us this year. We’re really looking forward to her.” The Lunch Pail was another late bloomer, after getting an attitude adjustment. The now gelded son of Yankee Cruiser-Noble Marty, won a division of the Historic-Goshen Cup in 1:51.3 at Harrah’s Philadelphia and finished second in divisions of the Reynolds and Pennsylvania Sire Stakes after a slow start to his career. “He was a little bit of a project for us,” Miller said. “He grabbed a shoe one time at The Meadows and got jammed up another time and was making some breaks. In the stall, he was a nipper and biter and kind of would buck around and kick. We decided to geld him and keep his mind on his business. “As soon as we did that, he had a dazzling performance in (1):51.3 at Harrah’s Philadelphia. It’s amazing what they can accomplish when they keep their mind on their business.” The Lunch Pail, who was purchased as a yearling for $44,000 under the name Bud Bay at the 2012 Lexington Selected Sale, is a full brother to stakes-winner Marty Party. The Lunch Pail was owned by the Millers, but three days after his 1:52.4 qualifier win was sold to Michael Ouriel, who also owns Marty Party. He is eligible to the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes as well as events such as the Hempt Memorial, Adios, Reynolds and Historic. He also could go to the Bobby Weiss Series, which begins Saturday at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs. “He’s a nice bred horse,” Miller said. “He’s got pedigree, he’s got the conformation, and now he’s got a great attitude too.” From the United States Trotting Association

Cranbury, NJ... March sustaining and nominating payments for Hambletonian Society stake events are due Saturday, March 15 and per USTA Rule 12 section 4, must be postmarked by midnight on Monday, March 17. Changes to the March 15 payment schedule include an increase in the Breeders Crown future eligibility payment from $350 to $500 and the first of three payments for a pair of $100,000 (est.) open events for both gaits at Hollywood Gaming at Dayton Raceway. The Hambletonian Society services 137 of harness racing's richest and most prestigious events and provides one-stop shopping for your staking needs. The website Hambletonian.org contains all the tools and information necessary to stake your horse yourself. All forms are available on the web site and are PDF fillable. Race conditions, payment forms and much more information are now available online, as well as eligibility lists for races that had a final payment on Feb. 15, 2014. For additional information call the Society offices at 609-371-2211. Listed below are the stakes with payments for all ages due March 15. Delvin Miller Adios (and Adioo Volo Filly Division) Arden Downs Stakes Ben Franklin Breeders Crown Cane Pace (and Shady Daisy) Carl Erskine (was Oliver Trot) 3-year-olds Centaur Trotting Classic FFA (was Pride in Progress) Circle City 3-year-olds Cleveland Classic (and Courageous Lady) Currier & Ives Trot (and Filly Trot) Dayton Derby 4 & Older Dexter Cup (and Lady Suffolk Trot) Earl Beal Jr Memorial Trot The Elevation 2-year-old Pacing Colts Fox Stake Hambletonian (and Hambletonian Oaks) Max Hempt Memorial (and James M. Lynch Filly Division) Historic Series Hoosier Park Pacing Derby FFA ( was Indiana Pacing) Hoosier Stakes The Horseman Ralph Wilfong (for 2YO Trotters) Kentuckiana Stallion Mgt. Filly Pace & Trot (for 2YO Fillies) Keystone Classics 2-year-olds Keystone Classics 3-year-olds Landmark Stakes Madison County 2-year-olds (was Circle City) Matron Series (3YOs) Matron Series (2YOs) Messenger Stake (and Lady Maud) Carl Milstein Memorial 3-year-olds Miami Valley Distaff 4 & Older Monument Circle 3-year-olds PA All Stars 2 & 3-year-olds Progress Pace W. N. Reynolds Memorial Stakes Art Rooney Pace (and Lismore Filly Division) John Simpson Memorial Colt & Filly Stakes Tompkins Memorial & Geers Stakes Yonkers Trot Yonkers Trot by Moira Fanning, for the Hambletonian Society        

Cranbury, NJ... The initial payment deadline for eligibility to more than 137 stake events at 16 different tracks, headlined by the $1 million Hambletonian at The Meadowlands on August 2 and the $5 million Breeders Crown events at the Meadowlands in East Rutherford, NJ, on November 21 and 22, is fast approaching. Because of the federal holiday on Monday, payments for all Hambletonian-Society serviced Stakes must be postmarked by midnight on Tuesday, February 18, per USTA rule 12, section 4. A host of new stakes in Ohio will be administered by the Hambletonian Society, including the $400,000 Carl Milstein Memorial at Northfield Park for three-year-old colt pacers, and a pair of open events for both gaits at Miami Valley Gaming & Racing and Hollywood at Dayton Raceway. The inaugural $400,000 Hambletonian Maturity for four-year-old trotters at the Meadowlands is new on the stakes calendar this year and the four Historic races for sophomores are moving to Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs. Yonkers Raceway has guaranteed purses of $500,000 each for their Triple Crown events of the Messenger Stakes for 3-year-old colt pacers and the Yonkers Trot for 3-year-old colt trotters. The Hambletonian Society services 137 of harness racing's richest and most prestigious events and provides one-stop shopping for your staking needs. The web site, Hambletonian.org, contains all the tools and information necessary to stake your horse yourself. Race conditions, payment forms and much more information is now available online. For more information call the Society offices at 609-371-2211. Races with February 15 payments due: •  Delvin Miller Adios and Adioo Volo Filly •  Arden Downs •  Ben Franklin Free For All •  Breeders Crown •  Cane Pace and Shady Daisy •  Carl Erskine for 3-year-old trotters (was Oliver Trot) •  Centaur Trotting Classic FFA (was Pride in Progress) •  Circle City 3-year-olds •  Cleveland Classic and Courageous Lady •  Currier & Ives Trot and Filly Trot •  Dexter Cup and Lady Suffolk Trot •  Earl Beal Jr Memorial Trot •  Hambletonian & Hambletonian Oaks •  Hambletonian Maturity •  Max Hempt Memorial & James M. Lynch Filly Division •  Historic Series •  Hoosier Park Pacing Derby (was Indiana Pacing Derby) •  The Horseman  • Kentuckiana Stallion Management Pace for 2YO Fillies •  Kentuckiana Stallion Management Trot for 2YO Fillies •  Keystone Classics 3-year-olds •  Landmark Stakes •  Matron Series 3-year-olds •  Messenger Stake & Lady Maud •  Miami Valley Distaff Pace for Mares •  Miami Valley Distaff Trot for Mares •  Carl Milstein Memorial for 3-year-old colt pacers •  Monument Circle 3-year-olds •  PA All Stars 3-year-olds •  Progress Pace •  W. N. Reynolds Memorial Stakes •  Art Rooney Pace & Lismore Filly Pace •  John Simpson Memorial Colt & Filly Stakes •  Tompkins Memorial & Geers Stake •  Yonkers Trot & Lady Suffolk Filly Trot by Moira Fanning for Hambletonian Society

WASHINGTON, PA, July 27,2013 — Somwherovrarainbow, last year’s divisional champion who has struggled through sickness at times in 2013, appeared back on track Saturday at The Meadows when she captured a division of the $136,920 Quinton Patterson Adioo Volo. Nikki Beach took the other split in the event for 3-year-old filly pacers, which was part of the Delvin Miller Adios card. Montrell Teague piloted Somwherovrarainbow to her front-end victory in 1:51.1 for his father, trainer George Teague, Jr., and owners George Teague, Jr. Inc., K&R Racing and Ted Gewertz. Although she’s won four of eight starts this year, the daughter of Somebeachsomewhere-Rainbow Blue disappointed in the Lynch, finishing fourth in her elimination and seventh in the final. On Adios Day, she fired to the front from post 5 and encountered no serious challenges until the stretch, where she held off the determined Mattwestern by a neck. Antigua Hanover rallied for show. “She’s been tying up and had a little bit of allergies, but we got it fixed now,” Montrell Teague said. “I think she can race a lot better. If she gets the right race and the right competition, she can go a bigger mile. I think Dad has it all figured out. He’s been watching over her pretty good.” With the victory, Somwherovrarainbow boasts $674,547 in career earnings. Nikki Beach powered to the front with a quick backside burst and rolled to victory in a career-best 1:51.2, a neck better than Novascotia Hanover, with Handsoffmycupcake third. Chris Paige drove the daughter of Somebeachsomewhere-Western Wisdom, who extended her lifetime bankroll to $390,109, for trainer Tony Alagna and owner Brittany Farms. Evan Pattak

July 22, 2013 – Just last week the headlines indicated a log jam formed in the top four positions in HANA Harness’ 2013 Grand Circuit Handicapping Challenge sponsored by the Hambletonian Society, Chicago Harness, IHHA, Meadowlands, Tioga Downs, and Vernon Downs.  What a difference a week makes.  With Richard Scott gaining $1,023.40 over the last four contest days, he has built a $755 lead over Rusty Nash who also had a productive week gaining $472 over the same period.  Earl Paulson had a more modest gain of $114 over the weekend.   Many of the other handicappers also had some impressive hits. Scott managed to build his lead with a combination of wagers, be they such as his $30 win wager Thursday on Love Detective in the Tompkins at Tioga which paid $438, and a $602 return on a $15 Win, Place wager Friday on Aneqada in the Geers at Tioga Downs.  On Sunday, Scott even pulled of a $172 mutuel boxing the entire field in a $1 exacta for a total cost of $30.  There was little Scott touched that didn’t pay dividends.     Standings as of July 21, 2013   Pos Handicapper Week Gain Net Profit Behind Last Pos Days Missed 1st Richard Scott $1,023.40 $778.09   2nd 3 2nd Rusty Nash $472.50 $22.85 ($755.24) 6th 0 3rd Dennis O'Hara ($53.60) ($317.35) ($1,095.44) 3rd 2 4th Mark McKelvie ($136.80) ($350.84) ($1,128.93) 1st 0 5th Ann Stepien ($206.00) ($469.85) ($1,247.94) 4th 0 6th Ray Garnett ($49.00) ($722.55) ($1,500.64) 8th 1 7th Sally Hinckley ($421.55) ($817.70) ($1,595.79) 5th 0 8th Earl Paulson $114.00 ($924.35) ($1,702.44) 9th 1 9th Gordon Waterstone ($281.50) ($946.45) ($1,724.54) 7th 3 10th Garnet Barnsdale ($360.00) ($1,522.50) ($2,300.59) 10th 6   Ten grace days permitted.  After ten days, there is a penalty of $30 per race. Key Hits (Unless specified, at Tioga Downs):  Rusty Nash (Thurs) - $15 Win, Place on Winning Pursuit paid $160.50, (Fri) - $10 Pick-3 paid $151.20, $1 Trifecta Wheel ($30) on El Bloombito paid $99.00, (Sat) –$15  Pine Credit-Crazy About Pat Exacta paid $355.50, $30 Win on Forty Five Red paid $114.00 in the Lawrence B. Sheppard (Yonkers Raceway); Anne Stepien (Thurs) - $10 Win, Place, Show on Winning Pursuit paid $125.00;  Richard Scott (Thurs) - $30 Win on Love Detective paid $438.00, (Fri) - $15 Win, Place on Anegada paid $602.25; (Sun) - $1 Exacta Box (All/All) on Bet The Moon-Troon paid $172.00; Ray Garnett (Fri) - $10 Win, Place on Anegada paid $401.50; Sally Hinckley (Sat) - $6 Show on Clear Vision in the Battle of Lake Erie (Northfield Park) paid $104.40; Dennis O’Hara (Sat) $5 Exacta on Forty Five Red-Thereisapaceforus paid $126.25 in the Lawrence B. Sheppard (Yonkers Raceway), $1 Trifecta Box ($24) in the Tompkins paid $99.75 Contest Schedule This Week Wednesday, July 24, 2013 – The Meadows - $60,000 (Est., Div) Arden Downs (2yo C&GT), $85,000 (Est., Div) Arden Downs (2yo FT). Friday, July 26, 2013 – The Meadows - $73,000 (Est., Div) Arden Downs (3yo C&GT), $66,000 (Est., Div) Arden Downs (3yo FT)  Saturday, July 27, 2013 – The Meadows - $140,000 (Est.) Adioo Volo (3yoFP), $500,000 (Est.) Adios (3yoC&GP), $90,000 (Est., Div) Arden Downs (2yoFP), $100,000 (Est., Div) Arden Downs (2yo C&GP); $450,000 (Gtd.) Yonkers Trot (3yo Open Trot) by Allan Schott  

WASHINGTON, PA, July 21, 2013 — The draw for post positions for the $500,000 (est.) final of the Delvin Miller Adios at The Meadows Racetrack & Casino is set for Tuesday, July 23, in the winners’ circle (in the race book if it rains). The draw is open, that is, no preferences are given elimination winners Lonewolf Currier and Sunfire Blue Chip. Meadows Live! will cover the draw as well as the 15-race card that follows. All media are invited to attend. The July 27 Adios Day card, which begins at 12:20 PM, features plenty of Grand Circuit action to complement the “Pace for the Orchids,” including the $140,000 (est.) Quinton Patterson Adioo Volo for sophomore pacing fillies, the inaugural $90,000 (est.) Mary Lib Miller for 2-year-old pacing fillies and the $100,000 (est.) Gov. David Lawrence for freshman colt and gelding pacers. In addition, The Meadows, in cooperation with the United States Trotting Association Strategic Wagering Initiative, will offer three special wagers with guaranteed pools: a $7,500-guaranteed Pick 4 (Races 4-7); a $15,000-guaranteed Late Pick 4 (Races 9-12), and a $25,000-guaranteed Superfecta on Race 12, the Adios final. by Evan Pattak  

Major Look polished her credentials as a top candidate for harness racing divisional honors Saturday at The Meadows when she scored in 1:49.3, shattering the stakes record in her split of the $141,170 Quinton Patterson Adioo Volo for 3-year-old filly pacers. Destiny's Chance took the other Adioo Volo division with an impressive first-over move.

The field for Saturday's $500,000 harness racing final of the Delvin Miller Adios at The Meadows Racetrack & Casino now stands at 6 with the scratch of Allstar Legend due to sickness.

A pair of $35,000 Hambletonian Oaks eliminations were carded on Saturday (July 30) at Meadowlands Racetrack. Crys Dream trotted past stablemate Hey Mister in deep stretch to win the first elimination in 1:54.4 with harness racing driver Luc Ouellette. Crys Dream is trained by Henrik Holsten for owners Reve Avec Moi Dreamwithme Stable, Deo Volente Farms, the TLP Stable and Jerry Silva.

Foxy Lady put away the field with a swift third quarter and went on to capture a division of Saturday's $181,000 Quinton Patterson Adioo Volo at The Meadows. Whats New Pussycat rallied late to take the other division of the harness racing Grand Circuit pace for 3-year-old fillies.

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