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Harness racing driver Kevin Cummings was around the age of 8 when he began jogging horses with his dad, trainer John Cummings Sr. Not surprisingly, as Kevin Cummings approaches win No. 4,000 in his driving career, he counts his father as the most important influence on his life. John Cummings Sr., who passed away in 2019, won more than 700 races as a trainer. Among his top horses was Arm And A Leg, who in 2009 was named western New York's Horse of the Year by the Upstate New York chapter of the U.S. Harness Writers Association. "He was an inspiration," Cummings said. "He was a hard worker. You try to remember all the tips he gave you, what you saw and how he would do things. He was a good horseman. There are horsemen and there are trainers, in my opinion. He was a horseman, for sure. "We went to the barn with him every day. We got to jogging and training at a young age, but he didn't just throw you in the cart. He made you earn that cart first. You had to work and learn the discipline at the other end." Cummings is one of four boys in the family, and the others - John Jr., Tony, and Todd - also have all won races as both drivers and trainers. In fact, Cummings' first win came in 1989 behind a horse named Orlando Otto, who was trained by Tony. "That was special," Cummings said. "It was my second drive. I remember I drove two for him that night. I won with Orlando Otto and the other one I had the seven hole and finished second. He paid $77 to place. That was a good night. That was a lot of fun." Of all the horses to pass through the family's stable, two of Cummings' favorites were Windjammer Munk and Arm And A Leg. Windjammer Munk, who raced from 1979 to 1987, was one of the earliest horses in his dad's stable. "He was probably the family pet," Cummings said. "He was a little horse, but he was tough. He would race. We kept him his whole life. "Arm And A Leg was a real special horse for us. I drove him in the open every week and he got assigned the outside because he was better than the rest. He never had it easy, but he liked it. He was a gutsy horse, and he didn't like to not do good. That would probably be the horse I remember the most. He was just a good horse." Other top moments for Cummings include two wins in the Robert J. Kane Memorial Pace at Batavia Downs. The first came with a local horse, Michael Scores, in 2006. He got the second victory in 2016 with Foiled Again, the richest horse in harness racing history. A year later, Cummings won again with Foiled Again, this time in the George "Duke" Dranichak Memorial Invitational. It was Foiled Again's 96th lifetime triumph. He finished his Hall of Fame career with 109 wins, the eighth most for a pacer in history. "That was a big thing for me, to drive the richest horse ever," Cummings said. "He was a real easy horse to drive, just push-button. He was a special horse, you could tell. He just wanted it. I was two-for-two with him, but he did good for everybody." The 50-year-old Cummings trains a small stable of horses in addition to driving. He has been the winningest driver at Buffalo Raceway six times and at Batavia on four occasions. This year, he is third in the standings at Buffalo. "I'm having a pretty good year," Cummings said. "My horses are doing good, my stable, and I'm doing pretty good driving too right now. I can't complain." He is looking forward to getting win 4,000. Entering Thursday, he had 3,993 victories. "It means a lot," Cumming said. "Every thousand you get is a thousand more that you didn't have. It's a good milestone. I'd like to get to (5,000) but I don't know if it will happen. It's tough here because we only race a couple days a week. It doesn't accumulate as quickly." And just like that young kid who accompanied his dad to the barn all those years ago, Cummings still looks forward to getting to work with the horses. "You can't beat it," Cummings said. "You think about other things you could be doing, and you appreciate what you have. I've got it pretty good. I think that's what keeps me going." by Ken Weingartner, for the USTA 

HAMBURG, N.Y. --- Once Ellieonthemove got 'moving', there was no stopping her as she romped to a throttled down 1-3/4 length win over Laughing Emoji N in Buffalo Raceway's featured $9,000 Class A-Open Pace for the fillies and mares on Wednesday night (April 7).   With the field being trimmed down to five due to the scratch of Blue Bell Bonnie, Ellieonthemove was parked for most of the opening quarter as Yankee Secret tried to take some of the starch out of her.   That ploy didn't work as once Ellieonthemove ($3.50) got in gear, there was no looking back.   Grabbing the front end after an opening split of :28.2, driver Kevin Cummings and Ellieonthemove were never in danger after that as he guided her to fractions of :58.0 and 1:27.1, crossing the line in 1:56.1 over the fast track. Laughing Emoji N (David McNeight III) rallied late for the place position with Yankee Secret (Ray Fisher Jr.) taking third.   Owned by Sidney Easton and trained by Anthony Cummings, Ellieonthemove (Well Said - Ireneonthemove) is a 6-year-old mare that has now earned $17,316 this season and $110,564 lifetime. It was her fourth victory in 10 tries in 2021.   In the $7,200 Class B Pace for the ladies, Robintheatm (Jim Morrill Jr.) collected her fourth straight win by holding off Supreme Dumpling (Billy Davis Jr.) by a half length in 1:56.4.   Robintheatm ($9.30) is owned by Mike Torcello and conditioned by Gerry Sarama. The 9-year-old mare has now bankrolled $13,825 on the season and $167,162 in her career.   Keystone Apache ($4.40) went first over just before the half and cruised home from there in collecting a four length score in 1:59.3 over Barn Beast (Kevin Cummings) in the $7.200 Class B Trot.   Owned by Vogel & Wags Nags Stable, Team Rice Racing and Adelphia Bloodstock and trained by Maria Rice, it was the third decision in six attempts for Keystone Apache. The 6-year-old gelding has now produced $8,625 in winnings on the campaign and $232,367 lifetime.   Davis Jr. led the way with three victories in the sulky while Shawn McDonough and Morrill Jr. each collected a pair. Sarama, McDonough and Jim Graham each posted a pair of training wins.   Racing will continue on Saturday evening with a 12-race card scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.   For more information including the latest news, race replays, results and entries, go to www.buffaloraceway.com   For full race results, click here.   by Brian J. Mazurek, for Buffalo Raceway

Carl Arnett of Medina, New York passed away on Saturday, April 3, 2021 at his home surrounded by his wife and two children. Mr. Arnett was born on July 26, 1951 in Medina, a son of the late Charles and Jean (Kepner) Arnett. He graduated from Medina High School in 1970, the same year he met his wife, Marge Stawicki. They were married in 1971 and made their home in Medina. Mr. Arnett worked for Eastman Kodak in Rochester, New York for 34 years, retiring at the age of 62. Mr. Arnett and his Jeremy bought a race horse named Give Me Credit and did very well with him at Batavia Downs and Buffalo Raceway, winning many races. Survivors include his wife, Marge Arnett; daughter, Jenni Arnett; son, Jeremy Arnett; three brothers; two sisters; and several nieces and nephews. Services will be privately held at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to PAWS Animal Shelter, 3371 Gaines Basin Rd., Albion, New York 14411 or to the Orleans County Animal Shelter, 4125 Oak Orchard Rd., Albion, New York 14411. Arrangements are in the care of Cooper Funeral Home, 215 W. Center St., Medina, New York. By Tim Bojarski, for Batavia Downs

Buffalo Raceway has cancelled racing for tonight, Wednesday March 31 due to COVID concerns. Racing is scheduled to resume Saturday at 6 pm. by Jon Cramer, for Buffalo Raceway  

HAMBURG, N.Y. --- Stratosphere ($3.40) was out of this world by rallying to beat Southwind Onyx by a head in the $10,000 Open I-II Handicapped Pace on Saturday evening (March 27) at Buffalo Raceway in 1:55.0 over the fast harness racing track.   In the co-main event, the $10,000 Open I-II Handicapped Trot, Stormont Rare (Jim Morrill Jr.) came back home to Buffalo Raceway after stints at Northfield Park and Saratoga Raceway and made it a triumphant return by taking a 1-1/4 length victory over Majestic Kat in 1:57.2.   In the opener on the 12-race program saw Stratosphere (Drew Monti) rally late in the lane to beat Southwind Onyx (Kyle Cummings) by a head. Under Paid (Ray Fisher Jr.) was third.   Southwind Onyx did the dirty work as he was first over at the top of the lane and got the lead, rolling past Dojea Solo (Morrill Jr.). Stratosphere, in the meantime, followed the live cover of Southwind Onyx and managed to wear down the new leader in the stretch to collect the victory.    Owned by driver Drew Monti and trained by Darrin Monti, it was the first win in two starts for the 6-year-old gelded Stratosphere (March Three-Northern Jade). The victory upped his seasonal earnings to $7,500 and $120,865 in his career.   In the top tussle for the trotters, Stormont Rare ($4.50) was determined to cut the fractions and it paid off in the end.   After briefly relinquishing the lead to Majestic Kat (Billy Davis Jr.), Stormont Rare regained the advantage and posted fractions of :28.4, :58.0 and 1:27.2. In the drive to the wire, Stormont Rare was just too tough as Majestic Kat could cut into the lead. Wilberforce (Kyle Cummings) took the show position.   Conditioned by Gerry Sarama and owned by Mike Torcello, it was the second win in eight starts for the 5-year-old gelded Stormont Rare (Glidemaster-Stormont Fried). The victory upped his bankroll to $9,505 and $60,179 in his lifetime.   David McNeight III and Monti had triples in the sulky with Morrill Jr. and Davis Jr. each having two victories. Sarama had a training double.   Racing will continue on Wednesday evening with an 11-race card set for 6 p.m. There will be a $3,000 guaranteed pool in the Pick 5 starting in the second race.   Buffalo Raceway also announced that all Friday night racing dates in April previously scheduled will be cancelled due to a horse shortage. Also starting on April 7, all Wednesday programs will begin at 5 p.m EDT. while the Saturday programs will continue to have the usual 6 p.m. post.   For full race results, click here.   by Brian J. Mazurek, for Buffalo Raceway

HAMBURG, N.Y. --- Wonderful World found everything to be just marvelous at Buffalo Raceway on Wednesday night (March 24) as she went gate-to-wire to grab the victory in the $8,800 Class A-AA Handicapped Pace for the harness racing ladies.   Having little trouble in grabbing the lead from the start, Wonderful World ($6.70) enjoyed a great springtime tour around the Hamburg half-mile oval in turning back Greenhilldebatable (Shawn McDonough) by 1-1/4 lengths in 1:56.4 over the fast track. Ellieonthemove (Kevin Cummings) took the show position.   Driver Ray Fisher Jr. fired Wonderful World off the gate and put up good fractions of :29.0, :57.3 and 1:27.1. Taking a solid two length advantage to the top of the stretch, Wonderful World was in no serious danger the rest of the way as she strutted her stuff safely to the wire to notch her first win of the campaign.   Owned and trained by Sabrina Shaw, the 7-year-old mare Wonderful World (If I Can Dream-Smilefortheofficer) has now earned $8,762 this season and $173,683 lifetime.   In the sub-featured event, Robintheatm ($7.20) made it three straight by trouncing the field in the $7,200 Class A-B Handicapped Pace for the gals in 1:57.1. She beat Who's Got The Move (Kevin Cummings) by three lengths with Hey Kobe (David McNeight III) finishing in a distant third.   Trained by Gerry Sarama and owned by Mike Torcello, Robintheatm (Nuclear Breeze-Robin The Bank) has earned $10,225 in 2021 and $163,562 in her career.   Morrill Jr. completed the evening with four wins while Billy Davis Jr. finished with three. Sarama had three victories and Jim Graham picked up two on the training side of the ledger.   Racing will continue on Saturday evening with a 12-race program set for 6 p.m. There will be a $5,000 guaranteed pool in the Pick 5 which begins in the second race.   For more information including the latest news, race replays, entries and results, go to www.buffaloraceway.com   For full race results, click here.   by Brian J Mazurek, for Buffalo Raceway

HAMBURG, N.Y. --- Under Paid was overlooked in Buffalo Raceway's $10,000 Class AA-Open Handicapped Pace on Saturday night (March 20) as he went from last to first in the stretch to post the $11.20 upset in a harness racing seasonal best 1:56.0.   Sitting fifth in the field of five turning for home, Under Paid (Ray Fisher Jr.) found wiggle room down the lightning lane and chugged his way to the lead in the shadow of the wire to stun the remaining four participants. He beat Stratosphere (Drew Monti) by a half length while Allstar Energy (Ron Beback Jr.) took the show spot.   Weekend Atnannies set the tempo of the race with fractions of :28.2, :58.3 and 1:27.0 over the fast track. Turning for home, the field fanned out with all having a legitimate chance but Under Paid squeezed through along the inside and used a :28.3 final stanza to collect the victory.   Owned by Jennifer Rogowski and trained by Ryan Swift, it was the second victory in four attempts in 2021 for Under Paid. The 5-year-old horse (Rocknroll Dance-Upfront Cruzin) has earned $10,612 this season and $118,144 in his lifetime. He paid $11.40 to win.   In the sub-featured $8,880 Class A Pace, Southwind Onyx ($6.50) tipped three-wide in the stretch and barreled past Thor De Vie late to take the neck score in 1:56.1. A final quarter mile of :28.2 was the key to the victory.   Following the first over cover of Thor De Vie at the top of the lane, driver Kyle Cummings and Southwind Onyx were much the best and won drawing away. Thor De Vie (David McNeight III) hung on for second while the pace-setting Ohio Prince (Fisher Jr.) was third.   Co-owned by trainer Tammy Cummings and Michael Blidy, it was the first victory in five starts for the 6-year-old gelded Southwind Onyx (Bettor's Delight-Its Only Rocknroll). The win upped his earnings to $8,336 on the campaign and $124,142 in his career.   Racing will continue on Wednesday evening at 6 p.m. with an 11-race card scheduled. There will be a $3,000 guaranteed pool in the Pick 5 which starts in the second race.   For more information including the latest news, race replays, results and entries, go to www.buffaloraceway.com   For full race results, click here.   by Brian J. Mazurek, for Buffalo Raceway

HAMBURG, N.Y. --- The 'move' from Dover Downs to Buffalo Raceway hasn't fazed Ellieonthemove one bit as she powerfully romped to a 4-1/4 length harness racing victory over Wonderful World in 1:55.3 over the fast track in the featured $9,000 Class A-Open Handicapped Pace on Wednesday night (March 17).   Debuting in Western New York with a 1-1/4 length victory in 1:56.1 back on March 10, Ellieonthemove ($6.00) stepped up in class this week and handled the task with ease to make it two straight since her arrival.   Using a first over trip just past the half, Ellieonthemove (Kevin Cummings) went on even terms with the pace-setting Wonderful World (Ray Fisher Jr.) to the top of the lane. But in the stretch, Ellieonthemove was just way too strong and strutted away to the decisive win over Wonderful World while Little Joke (Billy Davis Jr.) took the show position.   Owned by Sidney Easton and trained by Anthony Cummings, it was the third victory in seven attempts this season for the 6-year-old mare Ellieonthemove (Well Said-Ireneonthemove). The win upped her 2021 bankroll to $11,760 and $105.058 lifetime.   Racing will resume on Saturday at 6 p.m. with an 11-race program scheduled. There will be a guaranteed pool of $6,000 in the Pick 5 beginning in the second race.   For more information including the latest news, race replays, results and entries, go to www.buffaloraceway.com   by Brian J. Mazurek, for Buffalo Raceway

HAMBURG, N.Y. --- There was plenty of patience displayed in Buffalo Raceway's featured $9,600 Class AA-Open Handicapped Pace on Saturday evening (March 13) but when it was time to go, Allstar Energy showed the most zip down the stretch.   Driven by Ron Beback Jr., Allstar Energy ($11.40) used the passing lane and was able to win the five-horse dash to the wire in 1:56.4 over the fast track. He beat Percy's Z Tam (Drew Monti) by a head while Under Paid (Ray Fisher Jr.) finished in third in the blanket finish.   Under Paid showed the way through the first three panels with splits of :28.4, :58.2 and 1:28.2. as the field of five were content to stay in post position order.   The action picked up turning for home, however, as all the pacers tried to find a place to give it their best shot down the stretch. The passing lane was the perfect spot for the pocket-sitting Allstar Energy as he was able to muster the most 'energy' and rally in time to collect his second victory in four starts this season.   Co-owned by Sandra Beback and James Kustra and trained by Beback Jr., the 9-year-old gelded Allstar Energy (Four Starzzz Shark-Flickering Light) has now earned $11,100 in 2021 and $251,321 in his career.   In the sub-featured $8,800 Class A Pace, Mr Ham Sandwich (David McNeight III) went first over approaching the half and never looked back in taking a 1-1/2 length win over Southwind Onyx in a season's best 1:55.3.   Sitting fifth, Mr Ham Sandwich ($3.10) used a :28.3 third stanza to take total control of the event. Southwind Onyx (Kyle Cummings) tried to make a late rally but came up well short. Andy's Ideal (Monti) rolled into the show position.   Owned by Rose Campbell and conditioned by Russell Bratt, it was the second victory in six tries this year for Mr Ham Sandwich (Cam's Rocket-Pretty Daring). The 7-year-old horse has now collected $10,208 in earnings on the season and $256,380 in lifetime.   Racing will continue on Wednesday evening at 6 p.m. EST with a 10-race card slated. There will be a guaranteed pool of $3,000 in the Pick 5 starting in the second race.   It was a big night in the sulky for McNeight III as he guided home five winners on the card while Billy Davis Jr. added a double.   For full race results, click here.   by Brian J. Mazurek, for Buffalo Raceway

HAMBURG, N.Y. --- Blue Bell Bonnie ($5.20) left the field feeling 'blue' in Buffalo Raceway's featured $8,800 Class A Pace for the filly and mares on Wednesday night (March 10) by taking a 1-1/4 length victory over Greenhilldebatable in a seasonal best of 1:57.2.   It was a great night for the driver Jim Morrill Jr., trainer Gerry Sarama and owner Mike Torcello as they combined for four winners on the evening, including the triumph by Blue Bell Bonnie. Morrill Jr. finished with five victories on the program.   At the start, Blue Bell Bonnie had to tussle with Greenhilldebatable (Shawn McDonough) on who was going to be the temptress of the timer. Blue Bell Bonnie ended up winning that distinction and set fractions of :29.1, :59.0 and 1:28.0 over the fast track.   Turning for home, Blue Bell Bonnie showed the way with the pocket-sitting Greenhilldebatable ready to pounce, but she couldn't find any answers, settling for second. Wonderful World (Ray Fisher Jr.) took the show position.   Owned by Mike Torcello and trained by Gerry Sarama, it was the second win of the year for Blue Bell Bonnie (Mister Big-The Girl Can Bet). The victory for the 9-year-mare moved her 2021 earnings to $15,185 and $224,909 lifetime.   Cummings had a driving double on the 11-race card.   Racing will continue on Saturday evening at 6 p.m. EST with an 11-race program scheduled.   For full race results, click here.   by Brian J. Mazurek, for Buffalo Raceway     Photo by Bill Burke  

HAMBURG, N.Y. --- Weekend Atnannies made a step up in class at Buffalo Raceway but that didn't bother him one bit as he registered a solid 3/4 length win over Allstar Energy in the featured Class A-AA Handicapped Pace on Saturday night (March 6).   The move up the ladder was warranted as Weekend Atnannies won on February 13 by taking a Class B event by a neck in 1:56.3 in his last outing.   After relinquishing the lead for a brief moment early stage of the race to Allstar Energy, Weekend Atnannies (Kevin Cummings) retook the lead before the opening stanza and never looked back from there.   Setting splits of :28.2, :58.4 and 1:28.3 over the fast track, Weekend Atnannies didn't face any pressure down the stretch and easily strolled to the victory in 1:57. Allstar Energy (Ron Beback Jr.) settled for second while Falcon's Luke (Shawn McDonough) took the show position.   Owned by Rocco Stebbins and trained by Joe Skowyra, Weekend Atnannies (Western Paradise-Lacoste Gal) is a 6-year-old gelding that has now won two of three starts this season. The win upped his seasonal earnings to $8,572 and $113,611 lifetime.   Drew Monti finished the evening with three driving wins while Cummings and Shawn McDonough had two apiece. Gerry Sarama had a training double.   Racing will resume on Wednesday evening at 6 p.m. with 11 races on tap. There will be a $4,000 guaranteed pool in the Pick 5 starting in the second race.   For full race results, click here.   by Brian J. Mazurek, for Buffalo Raceway

HAMBURG, N.Y. --- Trainer Bill Rhoades made his debut at Buffalo Raceway on Wednesday evening (March 3) and he found it to be just 'perfect'.   Rhoades, a regular at Northfield Park and The Meadows, went a perfect three for three in his initial appearance at the Hamburg half mile oval. He had a big opening night as all three of his winners, Diamondtequilashot ($2.40), Pappy Rocks ($4.10) and Tequilas Jet ($2.90), won as heavy favorites.   Diamondtequilashot (Kevin Cummings) was the shining star for Rhoades as she took the $11,000 Open for the distaff pacers, rolling to a convincing two length victory over Lady London (Ray Fisher Jr.) in a solid 1:56.4 over the fast track.   Sitting back as the starting gate opened, Diamondtequilashot started to make her steady grind to the top as the field approached the half mile marker. Taking the lead with a quarter mile to pace, Diamondtequilashot proved to be way too tough in the lane and strolled to the easy win. Lady London was able to take the place position while Blue Bell Bonnie (Jim Morrill Jr.) finished in third.   Diamondtequilashot (Palone Ranger-Straighteqilanite) is owned by Rick Senger. The 8-year-old mare has now won three times in six outings this season, amassing $18,920 in 2021 and $363,925 in her career.   In the sub-featured $8,800 Class A pace for the ladies, a change of scenery didn't bother Pappy Rocks (Morrill Jr.) as she collected a head victory over Little Joke in 1:59.1 in her Buffalo Raceway debut.   Arriving from The Meadows on a two-race win streak, Pappy Rocks made it three straight by charging from fourth place down the stretch to grab the decision in the shadow of the wire. Little Joke (Davis Jr.) was a tough luck second while Wonderful World (Ray Fisher Jr.) took the show spot.   Owned by Thomas Mucci and trained by Rhoades, it was the fourth win in seven appearances in 2021 by Pappy Rocks. The 5-year-old mare (Pet Rock-Hokie Heart) has earned $18,875 this season and $138,228 lifetime.   Morrill Jr., David McNeight III and Cummings all had driving triples on the night while Jim McNeight had two training victories.   Racing will continue on Saturday evening with a 10-race card set for 6 p.m.   For full race results, click here.   by Brian J. Mazurek, for Buffalo Raceway

HAMBURG, N.Y. --- Due to poor track conditions, Buffalo Raceway officials were forced to cancel the remaining nine races on the scheduled 11-race program on Saturday night (Feb. 27).   The first two races were contested as Billy Davis Jr. took the opener aboard Drunkonaplane ($2.60) while Holla At Ur Boy (Kevin Cummings) pulled off a $78.00 stunner in the second race to complete the $145.50 early daily double.   Racing is scheduled to resume on Wednesday evening at 6 p.m. with a 12-race card set.   For more information including the latest news, race replays, entries and results, click here.    by Brian J. Mazurek, for Buffalo Raceway

Monticello, NY - Due to warming temperatures, thawing track conditions and safety concerns for all racing participants, Monticello Raceway was forced to cancel racing for Wednesday February 24. HAMBURG, N.Y. --- After discussions with the horsemen's representatives, racing at Buffalo Raceway for Wednesday (Feb. 24) has been cancelled due to thawing track conditions.   Buffalo Raceway's Chief Operations Officer Jim Mango said of the cancellation, "Who would have thought we'd have 55 degrees and sunshine after the past two weeks of weather we've had?"    Racing is scheduled to return on Saturday at 6 p.m. with an 11-race program set.   For more information including the latest news, race replays, results and entries, go to www.buffaloraceway.com        

HAMBURG, N.Y. --- Due to heavy lake effect snow, officials at Buffalo Raceway have cancelled the 10-race program that was scheduled for 6 p.m. on Saturday evening (Feb. 20).   Racing will resume on Wednesday, February 24 with a 6 p.m. post.   For more information including the latest news, race replays, results and entries, go to www.buffaloraceway.com or follow along on Twitter or Facebook.   by Brian J. Mazurek, for Buffalo Raceway

HAMBURG, N.Y. --- Lady Dudette ($15,40) was under siege for most of the stretch drive in Buffalo Raceway's $9,000 Class A-Open Handicap Pace for the filly and mares on Wednesday night (Feb. 17) but she was one game gal in holding on for a nose harness racing victory over Little Joke in 1:59.   Playing 'give and go' with Little Joke (Billy Davis Jr.) en route to the opening panel, Lady Dudette (Kyle Cummings) was able to stomp out the very sensible fractions of :30.0, 1:01 and 1:30.1 over the good track.   Getting the perfect pocket trip, Little Joke inched closer and closer to the pace setter down the lane but ran out of real estate as Lady Dudette refused to relinquish the lead, holding on for the narrow victory. HP Sissy (James McNeight Jr.) rolled in late for the show spot.   Owned by Kyle Cummings and trained by Tammy Cummings, it was the first win of the season in three appearances for Lady Dudette (Bettor's Delight-Luxury Goods). The 6-year-old mare has now earned $5,700 this season and $176,373 lifetime.   Davis Jr. posted three wins while Jim Morrill Jr. and Kevin Cummings each had driving doubles. Gerry Sarama and Maria Rice notched two training victories apiece.   Racing will continue on Saturday evening with a 10-race program scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.   For more information including the latest news, race replays, results and entries, go to www.buffaloraceway.com or follow along on Twitter or Facebook.   by Brian J. Mazurek, for Buffalo Raceway

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