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Kandor Hanover put the field away with a swift third panel, then cruised to her second straight harness racing victory - and fourth in the last five starts - in Monday's (December 12) $22,500 Filly & Mare Preferred Handicap Trot at The Meadows.

Sir Caviar, a winner of ten races in just 16 starts, has been named Horse of the Year at The Meadows by the members of the harness racing 'Meadows Standardbred Owners Association'.

Kandor Hanover took her time making the front, but she was unassailable once there in capturing Monday's $22,500 Filly & Mare Preferred Trot at The Meadows for her second straight harness racing victory.

Rebounding from an eighth place finish in the Breeders Crown Mare Trot, Kandor Hanover used a third-over harness racing trip and a powerful late kick to capture Monday's (November 14) $22,500 Filly & Mare Preferred Handicap at The Meadows.

Hammered down to 1-9, Pennsylvania harness racing champion Sand Violent Blu needed every bit of her talent and determination to eke out a victory Friday in a division of a $92,998 Keystone Classic at The Meadows.

Groom Hanover shrugged off challenges early and late to score in a stake record 1:56 - and earn a spot in the championship - in Tuesday's $60,000 Pennsylvania Stallion Series event at The Meadows. The stake for 3-year-old colt and gelding trotters was conducted over three harness racing divisions, with Big And Little and Fountainbleau Volo taking the other splits.

Pekoe Fashion enjoyed a splendid career debut in a division of Monday's $120,000 Pennsylvania Stallion Series event at The Meadows, making a quarter-pole move like a harness racing veteran and destroying the field by 16 lengths in stake-record time.

Plagued by gaiting problems throughout his harness racing career, Well Schooled rewarded his connections' patience Monday at The Meadows when he shot the Lightning Lane to capture the $27,600 championship of the Ken Weaver Memorial Trot for 3- and 4-year-old colts and geldings.

Hidden Viggorish, arguably one of harness racing's top trotters ever to race at The Meadows, died yesterday at the age of 8 while delivering her first foal, a filly by Muscles Yankee. The foal survived, and is currently under the care of a veterinary clinic in Somerset, PA.

Abandoning the pocket before the five-eighths, Sir Caviar opened a daylight lead and cruised to a harness racing victory - his second straight - in Wednesday's $22.500 Preferred Handicap Trot at The Meadows.

Devilish Emerald, trained by Bill Zendt, will be looking for her second lifetime win in one of the $26,300 Meda W.N. Reynolds Memorial races Saturday night at Pocono Downs. The two-year-old Broadway Hall trotter was impressive in her harness racing debut in the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes at the Meadows, winning in 1:58.2 with Dave Palone in the sulky.

Devilish Emerald was positively angelic in her harness racing career debut, moving crisply to the front and holding on late in the fastest division of Friday's $284,932 Pennsylvania Sires Stake for 2-year-old trotting fillies at The Meadows.

In a carbon copy of her harness racing victory last week, Hawaiianphotograph secured an easy lead, backed down the second quarter and waltzed home to capture her second straight $27,500 Filly & Mare Preferred trot Friday at The Meadows.

Captain Sully made a confident move to the front past the quarter and strode out to an effortless 2-length victory in a division of the A.W. Capone Memorial series for freshman colt and gelding trotters Monday at The Meadows, stamping himself as the favorite in next week's $20,000-added final.

Kat N Mouse snapped an uncharacteristic three race losing streak Friday at The Meadows when she rallied in the 'Lightning Lane' to capture the $25,000 Filly & Mare Preferred Handicap Pace.

Bill Zendt collected the 3,000th win of his driving career when he piloted Fudgjoe to victory in Tuesday's (June 3) sixth race at The Meadows. "I was tickled to get it today and get it over with," Zendt said. "“It's been a pretty nice career. What I remember most are all the nice horses and owners I've had over the years. I've been associated with some of my owners for 30 years."

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