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Freehold, NJ --- Fred Hertrich III was disappointed Spirit To Win failed to sell at the 2013 Standardbred Horse Sale, but the harness racing breeder-turned-owner of the 3-year-old trotting filly has been nothing but pleased with her performance on the racetrack. Spirit To Win, who in her most recent start defeated Mission Brief by a nose at 48-1 odds to capture the Delvin Miller Memorial, was among 16 horses entered Monday for the $500,000 Hambletonian Oaks for 3-year-old female trotters at Meadowlands Racetrack. The field was split into two eight-horse $35,000 eliminations Saturday at the Big M, with Spirit To Win drawing post eight in the second division. The top five finishers in each elimination advance to the Hambletonian Oaks final Aug 8. Posts for the final will be drawn Monday (Aug. 3), with elimination winners drawing for posts one through five while all other finalists are part of an open draw. Posts for the $1 million Hambletonian, open to 3-year-old trotters regardless of gender, also will be drawn that day. Stakes-winners Smokinmombo from the stable of trainer Chris Beaver and Wild Honey from the stable of trainer Jimmy Takter are this year’s top money-earners in the first Oaks elimination. Spirit To Win’s division includes Julie Miller-trained stake-winner Livininthefastlane and Takter’s Sarcy. Spirit To Win is a daughter of stallion Cantab Hall and first foal out of the mare Celebrity Spirit, who is a half-sister to Dan Patch Award winners Master Lavec and Housethatruthbuilt. Spirit To Win, who saw her 2-year-old campaign abbreviated by a fractured pastern bone that required four months of stall rest, has won four of 10 races in her career, hitting the board a total of nine times, and earned $168,130. “We were kind of disappointed that we didn’t get her sold,” said Hertrich, who shares ownership of the filly with the Noblock Racing Stable of Ontario. “She was the first foal out of one of our mares and we thought she would bring substantially more than what ended up being the final bid on her ($35,000). We’re always happy to take fillies out of our good mares or our new mares. If we have to race them, we’ll race them. “She was such a good foal. You like the ones that never have a problem. We were more than happy to retain her at that number. She’s gone out and done very well.” Dustin Jones liked Spirit To Win as a yearling and approached Hertrich about training the filly. Hertrich sent Spirit To Win home with the Ontario-based conditioner. Last season, Spirit To Win won the Pure Ivory Series and finished second to Stubborn Belle in a division of the Champlain in a stakes-record 1:54.2 mile. “As a 2-year-old we were really high on her,” Jones said. “I expect her to race good (Saturday). She’s raced good every race this year. She came out of her last race good and I’m happy with the way she is right now.” Spirit To Win’s victory in the Delvin Miller Memorial was her first win in four starts this season. She finished second by a neck against older rivals in her seasonal debut and then was third by a neck in a division of the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono. She entered the Miller off a third-place finish in another division of the PaSS, this time at Harrah’s Philadelphia. “If she had gotten through in the passing lane (at Pocono) I think she would have won,” Jones said. “At Philly, she just wasn’t handling the track good. But if she’s close, she always wants to pass another horse.” Her desire to pass horses was on display in the Miller, where Spirit To Win rallied from third place with a :26 final quarter-mile to nip Mission Brief at the wire. It was the first time in her career that Mission Brief was defeated in a start in which she did not go off stride. “She’s got an awful lot of ability, which everyone was able to see,” Hertrich said. “Now it’s just a case of going forward with that. Dustin seems to think we’re in a very good place. It should be a lot of fun. “When you can get a trotting filly that can finish in a mile in 26 (seconds) flat, that’s pretty special. She can kick to another gear and accelerate through the wire. It’s going to take a good filly to beat her. You better be able to come at the end of the mile or she’s going to come and get her.” Spirit To Win will not have to face Mission Brief in the Hambletonian Oaks. Mission Brief, who was last season’s Dan Patch Award winner for best 2-year-old female trotter and trotted the fastest mile in history by a 2-year-old when she won in 1:50.3 at the Red Mile, will be entered in the Hambletonian. She will try to become the first female trotter to capture the grand prize since Continentalvictory in 1996. Mission Brief, trained by Ron Burke, was making her first start in seven weeks in the Miller Memorial and rebounded from that setback with a 1:51.4 triumph Sunday in the Dr. Harry M. Zweig Memorial Filly Trot at Vernon Downs. “We all have watched Mission Brief,” Hertrich said. “The Burke team has done a great job getting her back. She was so good last year at 2 it was scary. If she keeps progressing she’s going to give the boys all they want. It’s great for the sport. “Kudos to Ron Burke and the other owners, they’ve done something great for the game. They understand this could be something special.” Following are the elimination fields in post order for the Hambletonian Oaks with listed drivers and trainers: Race 6-HN-Horse-Driver-Trainer 1-Lady Winona by Credit Winner -Andy Miller-Julie Miller  2-Cocoacabana by Chocolatier -John Campbell-Frank Ingrassia  3-Lock Down Lindy by Lucky Chucky -Tim Tetrick-Tony Alagna  4-Smexi by Explosive Matter -Corey Callahan-Jimmy Takter  5-Bright Baby Blues by Andover Hall -David Miller-Bob Stewart  6-Gatka Hanover by Muscle Massive -Yannick Gingras-Ron Burke  7-Wild Honey by Cantab Hall -John Campbell-Jimmy Takter  8-Smokinmombo by Explosive Matter -Aaron Merriman-Christopher Beaver  Race 7-HN-Horse-Driver-Trainer 1-Rules Of The Road by Muscle Hill -Corey Callahan-Janice Connor  2-Sarcy by Donato Hanover -Johnny Takter-Jimmy Takter  3-Speak To Me by Muscle Massive -Scott Zeron-Jimmy Takter  4-Magic Marker by Andover Hall -David Miller-R. Nifty Norman  5-Katniss by Credit Winner -Ake Svanstedt-Ake Svanstedt  6-Livininthefastlane by Donato Hanover -Andy Miller-Julie Miller  7-Classical Annie by Andover Hall -Aaron Merriman-Jim Arledge Jr.  8-Spirit To Win by Cantab Hall -Brett Miller-R. Dustin Jones Spirit To Win by Ken Weingartner, Harness Racing Communications

There were six divisions of PA Stallion Series races for 2-year-old colt and gelding trotters contested at the harness racing meeting at Harrah's Philadelphia on Wednesday afternoon (July 22), each going for a purse of $20,000. The first division went to the front-stepping Moneycounts De Vie (Tim Tetrick). The son of Andover Hall took the lead shortly after the quarter pole, going on to win in a time of 1:59.1. It was the first career win for the Dirk Simpson trainee, who was coming off of a double digit length qualifying romp. He is owned by Desyllas Racing, Bill Beck, and James Bafia. Division two saw TNT Rusty (John Campbell) make every call a winning one. The son of Explosive Matter is now a perfect two for two in his young career, trotting the mile in 1:58.4, which was the fastest of the day in the series. He is owned by trainer George Ducharme, Paul Fontaine, and Alfred Ross. In the third division, it was Raymer, Moss, and Solomon's, Mr Right (Vic Kirby) scoring on the front end. The son of Donato Hanover was able to hold of a late surge from Desert Runner (Ake Svanstedt) to pick up the victory in a time of 2:00. It was the first career win for Mr Right, who is trained by Leigh Raymer. Division four went to Mahlon Martin's Twin B Ammunition (Geo. Napolitano Jr.). The son of Explosive Matter swept on by past the quarter pole and never looked back, completing the mile in 1:59.2. It was the second straight win for the Bennie Magliochetti trainee, in his fifth career start. In the fifth division, Frank Antonacci trainee Elysium Lindy (Scott Zeron) scored the upset win. The son of Cantab Hall sat in the pocket behind another long shot Cloud Nine Hanover (Charlie Norris) until the stretch, when he sprinted past to win in a final time of 1:59.3. The heavily-favored Yes Sir Officer (John Campbell) broke at three-quarters. It was the first career win for Elysium Lindy, who is owned by K R Breeding. Another upset took place in the last, as Courant A B's Dollar Grin (Lucas Wallin) closed in time to pick up the win. The son of Cantab Hall was perfectly positioned second over, bailing off that cover in the lane to narrowly gun down favorite Shady McCoy (David Wade) in 2:00.2. It was the first pair-mutuel start for Dollar Grin, who is trained by Ake Svanstedt. Michael Bozich

Seeing that next month will be the 10th anniversary of Vivid Photo's winning of The Hambletonian, it seems correct that his owners, Roger Hammer and hometown hero Todd Schadel, would tie atop the horsemen's standings for the harness racing meetings on Saturday/Sunday in Pennsylvania Fair Sire Stakes action here at the central Pennsylvania oval, perhaps the local circuit's fastest, with four wins each as trainer and driver.   Schadel posted the fastest mile of the young Keystone fair season, 1:58.1, with the Art Official filly Keystone I Wish, last year's 2PF Fair Championship winner, whom he owns with his wife Christine.   Another highlight for Todd came when he swept the two-year-old trotting filly divisions in the first two races of the meet, with the Explosive Matter miss, home in 2:03.3 for Todd and Christine, and Connie Jean, a Cantab Hall miss who clocked in 2:03 for Charles Keller III (Hall of Fame nominees race at the Pennsylvania fairs!), Charles Keller IV, E. Dan Bittle, and Brett Bittle. Keystone I Wish and Connie Jean, like their fellow six horses who were the fastest divisional winner in their respective Gratz events, also became PA Fairs season's leaders in notching their winning clockings.   Hammer's highlight was the 1:59.4 victory with the two-year-old ( on a fair half-mile track in mid-July!) pacing gelding Billy's Falcon, who in his only other fair start went 2:00.1 at Bloomsburg.   The Nuclear Breeze gelding is owned by Hammer, as were his other three weekend winners, giving him 16 victories in just six fairs as both trainer and driver, leading both sets of statistics.   The other sub-2:00 mile of the weekend was notched by Royaltyhasarrived, a sophomore Western Breeze gelding who had set a divisional track record at Butler in his last start.   On Sunday he covered the Gratz twicearound in 1:59.1 for driver Brady Brown, trainer Steve Schoeffel, and owners Virginia and Kathy Schoeffel and Michael Munn.   Special mention must be made of two drivers named Brandon, especially Brandon Givens, who had been away from the races over five years putting his life back together.   Now working for fellow "comeback kid" Kevin Lare, Brandon, a career winner of over 1000 races who had not driven for 1917 days, fashioned a sulky triple on Saturday, two of them for trainer Lare.   The other Brandon, Brandon Henley, made his first Pennsylvania fair appearance Sunday - in fact, it was the first time he had raced at a fair since the very first start of his career, in the summer of 2010 at The Great Pocomoke City (MD) Fair.   He was also quick to find the winners circle, rounding out the weekend's action by guiding the Tom Ridge 3TG Oregon Ridge to a 2:04 victory for lessee/trainer Syl King Jr.   Jerry Connors

July 11, 2015 - The Saturday July 11 Arjang SWE feature was the Arjang Stora Sprinterlopp (600,000SEK to winner, 1640 meters autostart, Gr. II International - UET Masters Series) with a solid field battling before a huge on-track audience: Global Money, Robert Bergh Repay Merci, Knud Monster Maven, Johnny Takter BBS Sugarlight, Peter Untersteiner Mosaique Face, Lutfi Kolgjini Reven d’Amour, Ulf Olsson Royal Fighter, Jennifer Tillman Arazi Boko, Christoffer Eriksson Delicious, Orjan Kihlstrom On Track Piraten - scratched Delicious (6f Cantab Hall-Ipsara LB-Lemon Dra) rallied off cover in the stretch to score comfortably for Orjan Kihlstrom and trainer Daniel Reden, clocked in a sharp 1.10kr. Off at 5.2/1 odds, the winner, a 2012 US import bred by Lindy Farms and developed by Ron Gurfein, defeated fast closing Repay Merci (7m Offshore Dream-News From Heaven-Super News) and Knud Monster that was off at 47/1. Repay Merci came from last with a huge four wide move off the final bend to just catch third place Mosaique Face (6m Classic Photo-Iona LB-Supergill) that, at 5.3/1 odds, was three-wide early and then positioned in the death seat for Lutfi Kolgjini with Delicious behind and US-owned and bred Maven behind her for Johnny Takter. Maven made a three wide move mid-way on the backstretch at the 5/8 mile market but she made a miscue and interfered with Royal Fighter and Jennifer Tillman. Thomas H. Hicks  

July 5, 2015 - Today’s Ulf Thoresens Minnelopp (500,000Nok to winner, three year-olds, 2100 meters autostart) at Jarlsberg went to Italy’s Tuonoblu Rex (3m Cantab Hall-Eternity Rex-Lindy Land-CR Kay Suzie) with Robin Bakker teaming. The 1.8/1 favorite scored in 1.13.4kr in a driving finish over Italy’s Tango Negro (3m Infinitif-Lisetta Real-Lemon Dra) teamed by Bjorn Goop for trainer Jerry Riordan and owner Ceccaroni Graziano. US-bred RG’s Thunderbolt (3m Yankee Glide-Lady In The Wind-Windsong’s Legacy-Dreamland’s Oolong) was third for Frode Hamre. The Anders Jahres Pokallopp (four and five year-olds, 300,000Nor to winner, 2100 meters autostart) at the same venue went to Norway’s Papagayo E (5m Coktail Jet-Ann Speedy T-Speedy Tomali) for Vidar Hop at 2/1 and clocked in a speedy 1.10.6kr. Italy’s Rod Stewart (5m Love You-Valley Lane-Lindy Lane) was second for Bjorn Goop, trainer Jerry Riordan and owner Ceccaroni Graziano. US-bred and owned (Adam S. Bowden) Creatine (5m Andover Hall-Berry Nice Muscles-Muscles Yankee) was third for Johnny Takter in his first start for the Takter team. The 1.3/1 odds US-bred Windy Ways (5f Conway Hall-Southwind Flanders-Lindy Lane) comfortably won the Yarrah Boko Stolopp (100,000Nok to winner, 2100 meters autostart) clocked in 1.12.9kr for teamster Erik Adielsson and trainer Daniel Reden. Stall Zet owns this one, now showing a slate of 14-4-1 in 28 starts for 1,076,000Nok earned. On Saturday at Halmstad US-breds performed well. The StoSprintern Final (1609 meters autostart, 564,576SEK to winner) went to the 1.11kr winner Heaven’s Door (4f Muscle Hill-Girlie Tough-Conway Hall) with Ulf Ohlsson up. Diamond River (4f Ready Cash-First Out-Lemon Dra) was three-length behind in second for Stefan Soderkvist. The same day at Halmstad the V75 Gold (2140 meters autostart, 150,000SEK to winner) went to El Mago Pellini (6m Chocolatier-My Intuition-Andover Hall) for Adrian Kolgjini timed in 1.11kr. Nothing But Class (6m Andover Hall-Bold Dreamer-Donerail) took second for Peter Untersteiner, three lengths from the winner. The AM Bloodstock (1609 meters autostart, 100,000SEK to the winner) went to the quick 1.09.7kr winner Your Highness (6f Chocolatier-La Belle Lady-Conway Hall) with Bjorn Goop driving. Fleetfoot Hanover (8f Andover Hall-Firefly Annie-SJ’s Photo) was second for Peter Untersteiner and timed in 1.09.9kr. Thomas H. Hicks  

The Cleveland Trotting Classic, Northeast Ohio's newest premier race, will go to post Friday (July 3) at the harness racing meeting at Northfield Park. The Classic carries a $170,000 purse for its inaugural edition and has attracted some of the best veteran trotters in North America. The Grand Circuit race is the featured event of a stakes-laden program that offers total purses of $647,500. 1 - Count Me In Is one of two starters from the powerful barn of Ron Burke. Owned by Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi LLC, M1 Stable and Michelle Yanek, he has won 30 and been on the board in 64 of 95 career races. His lifetime mark is 1:53.3 (Mea 5/8) with a career bankroll of $427,919. The six year-old has already posted four wins this year and has been racing against the best trotters at Scioto Downs. Burke has named Josh Sutton to drive this 9-2 morning-line competitor.   2 - Obrigado The 2-1 morning line favorite, has the highest win percentage of any starter in this inaugural edition. He has been victorious in 31 of 51 career races, including a 21 race win streak earlier in his career. He has earnings of $421,164 and a 1:51.3 (M 1) mark in his most recent race in the $50,000 TVG Free-for-All Trot. The five year-old is owned by Paul Kelley, Linwood Higgens, William Weaver III and Stable 45. He is conditioned by Paul Kelley. Canadian native Mark MacDonald has been named to steer.   3 - DW's NY Yank Sports career earnings of $855,914. He has 103 lifetime starts and 37 career victories. He is a six year-old son of Dilbert Hanover with a lifetime mark of 1:51.3 (PcD 5/8). DW's NY Yank, one of two entrants in this field by trainer Ron Burke, is owned by Burke Racing Stable, Howard Taylor and Weaver Bruscemi LLC. He has won five of 13 starts this year and has been made the 7-2 second favorite. Chris Page has been given the driving assignment.   4 - Awesome Valley Will start for the Trust of Barbara Boese. With 27 career victories, he has been a model of consistency, finishing in the top three 62 of his 100 lifetime starts. He has already won four starts this year with three second and third place finishes in 16 starts. This six year-old son of Valley Victor has career earnings of $365,863 and sports a 1:53 (DD 5/8) lifetime mark. This 20-1 morning line selection is trained by Joseph Hundertpfund Jr. and will be driven by Montrell Teague.   5 - Datsyuk Enters this race for owners Leonard Buckner and Charlie Norris. He is also conditioned and usually driven by Norris, but Don Irvine, Jr. gets the reins for tonight's outing. The four year-old has garnered five career victories in 21 starts, earning a mark of 1:53.1 (TgDn 5/8) and $454,253 in earnings. The son of Explosive Matter was unraced as a freshman but had a stellar sophomore campaign last year, winning three legs of the Pennsylvania Sires Stakes and a Tompkins Geers Stake. He carries a 15-1 morning line.   6 - Rompaway Galaxy Is owned by Rompaway Farms and trained by Krista Harmon. The four year-old has raced over Northfield Park's Flying Turns three times, posting two wins and a third place finish. He has a total of 29 career starts with 14 triumphs. He earned a 1:52 (M 1) lifetime mark just two races ago and has career earnings of $423,981. He was the Ohio Sire Stakes Champion as a freshman and won the Ohio State Fair Stakes and Ohio Breeders' Championship as a sophomore. Mike Micallef has been named to drive this 12-1 morning-line starter.   7 - Daylon Magician The 6-1 shot is the richest horse in the inaugural Classic field with $1,849,527 in earnings. This son of Kadabra has five wins in eight starts this year and 30 lifetime scores to his credit, the richest being the $1,020,000 Canadian Trotting Classic at Mohawk Racetrack in 2011. Jack Moiseyev is the 7-year-old's trainer and driver for owner Daylon Farms LTD. Moiseyev posted a win at Northfield Park in the Cleveland Classic with 3 year-old pacing star Precious Bunny in 1991. Daylon Magician has a 1:51.1 mark at Mohawk Racetrack, trotted in 2013.   8 - Il Sogno Dream Odds of 8-1, even though he won just two weekends ago by open lengths in an impressive effort from post eight at Scioto Downs. He has a 1:52.2 (ScD 5/8) lifetime mark, trotted this year, and career earnings of $488,101. This son of Cantab Hall has won 10 of 33 career starts and is two for four so far this year. Christopher Beaver trains Il Sogno Dream for owners Bill Manes, Dan Manes, Leonard Christopher and Randy Christopher. Aaron Merriman has been given the driving assignment. Merriman, the current leading driver in North America, has won more local races than any other driver over the Flying Turns.   This year's Classic program undercard is highlighted by 11 $40,000 Ohio Sires Stakes races featuring the best freshman filly pacers and trotters in the Buckeye State. There will be six divisions of filly pacers and five filly trot stakes races going to post. Superfecta wagering has been added to Friday's 11th race, the Classic feature. A $10,000 guaranteed Pick-4 has also been added and covers races eight through 11. First race post time is 6 p.m. Guests who want to be close to all of the racing action can stop by the grandstand apron for a plethora of free fanfare activities. These attractions include a t-shirt toss from the winner's circle by the successful driver of each race, driver meet-and-greets and commemorative poster signings throughout the evening, Harness Racing Bingo offering more than $1,000 in cash and prizes, country band Six String Cowboy performing on the apron from 6-10 p.m., and spinning of the Northfield Park Prize Wheel for cash and prizes from 8-9:30 p.m. Ayers Ratliff  

There were three divisions of the PA Sire Stakes for harness racing 3-year-old filly trotters on Thursday afternoon (June 25) at Harrah's Philadelphia, each going for a purse of just over $73,000. In the first division, it was Julie Miller trainee Livininthefastlane (Andy Miller) remaining perfect in 2015. The daughter of Donato Hanover got away an early third from post one behind the outside speed of Onda Di Mare (Tim Tetrick) and Bright Baby Blues (Dave Miller). After a :27.2 opening quarter, the eventual winner successfully brushed to the top. After a rated half of :56.4, Livininthefastlane extended her lead, as race favorite Smexi tried to gain first over. After three-quarters (1:25.3), the leader drew off to win by four lengths in the end, stopping the clock in 1:53.3, just one fifth of a second off the track record for 3-year-old filly trotters. Livininthefastlane is owned by Marvin Katz, Al Libfeld, and Sam Goldband. She paid $5.40. Onda Di Mare battled back for second, while Bright Baby Blues finished third. In the second division, it was Jimmy Takter trainee Wild Honey (Yannick Gingras) picking up her twelfth career win out of fifteen starts. The daughter of Cantab Hall went right to the front setting fractions of :28.2, :57.3, 1:26, 1:54.1. She was able to avenge last week's narrow loss to Smokinmombo (Aaron Merriman), who enjoyed pocket position throughout, but could not get to the leader in the stretch. Wild Honey ($3.20) is owned by Christina Takter, Herb Liverman, and Jim and John Fielding. Wild Honey now has over $500,000 in career earnings. Smokinmombo was second, while Lady Clarabella (Dave Miller) finished third. In the third and final division, another Takter trainee Sarcy (Corey Callahan) got the job done. The daughter of Donato Hanover waited for the speed to settle before brushing to the top to win her fourth straight. She made her move after an opening quarter of :28.4, which was set by Matter Hatter (Tim Tetrick). After a :57.3 half, Sarcy was challenged by the second favorite in the wagering Spirit To Win (Brett Miller). They battled past three quarters (1:26), with Sarcy edging clear. Nifty Norman trainee Magic Marker (Dave Miller) swooped up three wide, but had to settle for second, while Spirit To Win finished third. Sarcy (1:54.4) is owned by Christina Takter, Oakwood Farms, and John and Jim Fielding. She paid $4.00. Michael Bozich

WILKES-BARRE PA - There will be a tremendous amount of great horses and great harness racing at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono between this Saturday's eliminations and next Saturday's $1.8M worth of four Championships on Sun Stakes Saturday (July 4). But the stakes spotlight will not go dark in the four cards in between at the mountain oval, as Pennsylvania All-Stars action for two-year-olds will be featured on each of the four cards in between.   The Pennsylvania All-Stars, for state-sired horses, have traditionally been gathered in a 10-day period in proximity to the Fourth of July until this year, when the crowding of the stakes schedule suggested moving the 3YO events to May, to give eligibles some stakes competition before the Grand Circuit events got in high gear. The 2YO races are staying in their usual spot, which has been the introduction of many future stars to the sport in recent years. Trotting colts are featured on Sunday, June 28; pacing fillies two days after that; trotting fillies the next day; and then the pacing colts on Friday, July 3, as Pocono expands to a five-card-a-week schedule during summer's "prime time."   Sunday's trotting colts are divided into six divisions of a $180,000 event. There are already sixteen "winners" in the races, mostly in qualifiers/non-purse baby races, although one has won a pari-mutuel race and one a Fair Sire Stakes at Bloomsburg. Of these, seven already have winning lines timed in 2:00 or faster.   Two of the youngsters, the Donato Hanover colt Mr Right and the Cantab Hall gelding Alexander Hanover, have already taken a win in 1:57.3f. Mr Right earned his record in a June 12 non-purse baby event at Pocono for trainer Leigh Raymer, and was made the 2-5 favorite in a June 21 local overnight, but his uncovered move in that event was resisted by Alexander Hanover, who went wire-to-wire for trainer Bill Popfinger.   On Tuesday, five divisions of freshman pacing fillies will answer the starter's call in $150,000 worth of competition. 19 of these babies already have wins, again mostly in 2YO-restricted events, with 16 already having broken the 2:00 barrier.   The fastest of the group to date is the Somebeachsomewhere miss Pure Country, who took a Meadowlands qualifier in 1:54.4 - 26.4 for trainer Jimmy Takter, who is also rumored to be good with the occasional trotter. A daughter of Yankee Cruiser, Danika P, has won in pari-mutuel competition, a Meadows overnight in 1:55.4f for trainer Ron Burke. (Takter and Burke - together again.)   PHHA/ Pocono  

We are about to enter the absolute peak of the harness racing season at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono. Next week's schedule includes the eliminations for Sun Stakes Saturday, which this year happens to fall on the Fourth of July. That's followed closely by a round of Pennsylvania All Stars races, Pennsylvania Sire Stakes and Stallion Series action, and then, on August 22nd, our 50th anniversary celebration. While we take a deep breath in preparation for all this wild, high-stakes action, let's hand out the Weekly Awards for the excellent week of racing gone by. PACER OF THE WEEK: BIG TOWN HERO Can a horse have confidence? Does it even comprehend the concept? Skeptics might say no, but they should consider the example of Bigtown Hero, a 7-year-old gelding from the Rene Allard barn. He came up huge in 2014, winning 10 races, including a 1:47:3 mile at Pocono that was a world record for aged geldings. Yet he couldn't find his stride in his first five starts of the year, hitting the board just once, albeit against excellent competition. On May 30th, he headed to Saratoga Harness in New York and faced a mid-level condition field at the odd distance of 1 1/16 miles and picked up an easy win as a heavy favorite. That seemed to fire him up, as did a return to Pocono, because on June 13, he obliterated the non-winners of 13,000 in the last five starts in 1:48:2. On Saturday night, he stepped up to the non-winners of $18,500 the last five races and it was more of the same. With Simon Allard in the bike, Bigtown Hero left early, quickly retook the lead on the first turn after briefly losing it, and then keeping the field at bay to triumph by 1½ lengths, again tripping the timer in 1:48:2. This coming week the American Ideal gelding will take a huge step up into the Ben Franklin eliminations. If his recent hot streak is a result of a spike in confidence, we'll find out then just how far that confidence can take him. Other top pacers this week include: Scott Rocks (George Napolitano Jr., Chris Oakes), who followed up a victory at Northfield with a win in Saturday night's featured Open Handicap pace in 1:50:1 in the slop; Million Miles (Andrew McCarthy, Delvy Llopez), a 3-year-old who churned out his third straight condition win on Tuesday night, this one in 1:52:3; and Janie Bay (Jim Marohn Jr., Rob Harmon), a mare who took several steps up the condition ladder but still scored her second straight victory on Wednesday night in 1:51:1. TROTTER OF THE WEEK: SAILER EDDIE This 5-year-old Cantab Hall gelding trained by Jean Drolet faced off against some of the toughest condition trotters on the grounds early in the Pocono meet but had little success to show for it. After several drops in class, he finally found a group he could handle on June 16, beating the non-winners of 6,100 in the last five races from a pocket seat in 1:53:1, which was a new career mark. Building off of that fine performance, Sailer Eddie moved up in class on Tuesday night to face the non-winners of 8,750 in the last five races. While you could write the previous victory off in part to the fine trip, this time around the gelding looked like he intended to prove his qualifications as a top trotter. Driver Anthony Napolitano sent him to the outside on the first turn to take over the lead from Fire In The Cell by the time they straightened out on the front stretch. From there, Sailer Eddie set some nasty fractions without ever seeming the worse for wear. In the stretch he kicked away from his pursuers to win by a comfortable three lengths in an impressive 1:52:2. Not only did that reset the career mark for this suddenly red-hot trotter, it was also the fastest trotting time posted at Pocono this past week. Honorable mention on the trotting side this week goes to: My Love Bi (George Napolitano Jr., Gilberto Garcia-Herrera), who chalked up a victory on Saturday night in the week's highest condition pace in 1:53:2; Phantom Photo (Matt Kakaley, Dean Eckley), who pounced from the pocket on Wednesday night to win his second straight condition trot, this one coming in a career-best 1:53:2; and Murmur Hanover (Scott Zeron, Benoit Baillargeon), who shipped in off a win at Mohawk and scored a condition victory on Wednesday night in a quick 1:52:3, a new career-best. LONG SHOT OF THE WEEK: GIA DIAMOND When the 1-9 favorite struggled late in condition pace for fillies and mares on Tuesday night, this American Ideal filly with Simon Allard driving took advantage and won at 55-1, paying off $115.20 for a $2 win ticket. DRIVER OF THE WEEK: MARCUS MILLER Miller continues to deliver bang for the buck; none of his three winners on Sunday night were favored, while one (Defiance) came in at 17-1. TRAINER OF THE WEEK: STEVE SALERNO Salerno has long been a productive trainer at Pocono, and he continues to do damage this year, as evidenced by his picking up two wins and a place from his three starters on Tuesday night. That will do it for this week, but we'll see you at the track. Feel free to e-mail me at jbeviglia@mohegansunpocono.com. Jim Beviglia      

There were five stallion series races for harness racing 3-year-old filly trotters at Harrah's Philadelphia on Wednesday (June 24), each going for a purse of $20,000. The fastest of which went to Albert and Michelle Crawford's Sistas (Geo. Napolitano Jr.). The Daughter of Andover Hall was able to repel the bid of six-time winner Speak To Me (Scott Zeron) to secure back to back wins in a time of 1:54.3. The Chris Oakes trainee now has six wins of fourteen career starts, with earnings close to $40,000. Trainer/Driver Ake Svanstedt had two stallion series wins on the day. Joe Lozito's Setubal closed sharply to pick up her second win in just four lifetime starts. The daughter of Yankee Glide was six lengths off the lead at three-quarters, before closing in :29.1 to narrowly defeat Seduce A Stranger (Geo. Napolitano Jr.) by a neck in 1:57.1. Svanstedt's second stallion series win came when Top Ten Racing Stable's Scented Roses took advantage of the pocket trip. The daughter of Cantab Hall edged off the pylons to out close long shot Vanity Blast (Dave Miller) to win by two lengths, stopping the clock in 1:56.4. Other stallion series winners included Hauser Brothers and Conrad Zurich's Day Lily (Tim Tetrick). The daughter of Andover Hall was a gate-to-wire winner in 1:55. Another daughter of Andover Hall Lilu Hanover (Jimmy Taker) was successful in her division. She was able to quarter-brush to the top and hold off Murderers Row (Tim Tetrick) in the late stages to win by a head in 1:55.2. Michael Bozich

Trois-Rivieres, Quebec – Latin America, unbeaten in four starts this year, puts her winning streak on the line Wednesday at the Hippodrome 3R. There is also a change in post time this Wednesday with first race post at 1:30 pm instead of 7:00 pm. The three-year-old filly by Cantab Hall keeps improving by nearly one second in time each week and according to driver Stephane Brosseau, “She will keep on improving.” While not eligible for the upcoming Quebec-Bred Series at 3R, Latin America has to grind it out week in, week out, usually against older competition. This Wednesday the bay filly starts from post three and goes against a field that features two other fillies, but the rest are older mares and horses. Purchased as a yearling for $35,000 by Jeff Gillies of Ontario, Latin America did not fare well at age 2. While she showed sub two-minute trotting speed, she did not pick up many checks racing at Mohawk and made just six starts before being turned out by trainer/driver Carl Duguay. Then comes 2015 and with a layoff and switch in venue to the Hippodrome 3R, Latin America has come into her own. “She is racing against too tough of a bunch right now,” Brosseau said. “But she looks pretty decent. She has got speed and a real nice trot.” Apparently she has improved enough after her first three wins that she was purchased last week by Les Ecuries Dorleans, Inc. and Gestion Levesque of QC and is now trained by Jacques DuPont. Last week Latin America was at her best this season, leading from start to finish by three and one-half lengths in 2:02.3. “She does not want to make a break,” Brosseau said, “She seems very sound right now and no problems.” Listed as the 5/2 morning line favorite, Latin America looks to be the best in the field and is the only return winner. From the Quebec Jockey Club

BLOOMSBURG PA - If you ask the Pennsylvania fair harness racing horsemen's community to consider an old adage, they would definitely say that the glass is half-full.   For the second straight week, the PA fair circuit was reduced from two scheduled days to one because of rain. Last week at Wattsburg, the three-year-olds got to race Sunday; this past weekend, the two-year-old set got their first action on Saturday at Bloomsburg, the speedy northeast Pennsylvania half-miler.   The star of the Saturday action had to be Billy's Falcon, a Nuclear Breeze gelding out of B T Falcon, and whose granddam produced two Sire Stakes champions - so he had the pedigree. In his corner is breeder / owner/ trainer / driver Roger Hammer - "the King of the PA Fairs."   And he has the speed - he won in 2:00.1 over a fair track rated "good," in his second career start, with back fractions of 58 - 28.4. The other 2PC winners went good miles (McClassic in 2:04.3 - 28.4, Crazy Idea home in 30.2 in a 2:07 outing), but Billy's Falcon and Hammer certainly stamped themselves as the early horse to keep an eye on.   Fastest 2PF winner was Unbeamlieveable (a Moon Beam filly backed by driver Chris Shaw, trainer Jason Shaw, 3YO owner Mason Shaw), stopping the clock in 2:04 - 28.3. On the trot, speed honors went to the filly She's Seaworthy (Cantab Hall), a 2:07.3 winner for trainer/driver Steve Schoeffel and owners Virginia and Kathy Schoeffel, James Nelson, and the BPN Partnership; fastest colt was another trainer-driver Hammerite, the Yankee Glide gelding Keystone Shotgun, home in 2:08 for the ownership team of Hammer and Todd Schadel, the partnership behind Vivid Photo, the Hambletonian winner ten years ago.   In all, Hammer had an owning / training / driving triple; horsemen doublers were trainer/driver Schoeffel, driver Shaw and trainer Shaw, and driver Shawn Johnston.   The circuit heads back west this weekend to the Meadville Sertoma event at the Crawford County fairgrounds, where legendary "host" Boots Dunn will do his best to give his fellow horsemen a "full glass of action."     Pennsylvania Fair Harness Horsemen Association's Publicity Office        

WILKES-BARRE PA - The chalk took it on the chin Sunday night at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono, as non-favorites won all five harness racing divisions of a $100,000 Stallion Series third preliminary leg for sophomore trotting colts.   Driver Matt Kakaley and trainer Frank Antonacci teamed to take two of the five divisions, the first one and the last one held, and in the Stallion opener their horse posted the fastest time of the Sunday stakes, with Mesmerized scoring in 1:53.4. The son of Cantab Hall went wire-to-wire in winning by seven lengths and taking a new mark for owners K R Breeding, Robert Rudolph, Gary Hoffman (these three were also the breeders) and Barry Guariglia.   Kakaley also tallied with another Antonacci trainee, the Cantab Hall gelding Paging Doctorlindy, who has now made two house calls to the winners circle in but three starts in 1:57.2, a personal best. The good Doctor was up by a neck after a pocket trip for the Lindy Racing Stable (also the breeder), Elizabeth Caldwell, and repeat winning owner Robert Rudolph.   Two winners took maiden victories in the Sunday Stallion competition. They were the Yankee Glide colt Pierre, making every pole a winning one in 1:55.2 for driver Scott Zeron, trainer Jonas Czernyson, and the Consus Racing Stable Inc., and Colbert, giving Cantab Hall a third siring credit with a 1:55 victory for trainer/driver Ã…ke Svanstedt and owners Courant A B and Knutson Trotting Inc.   The other section went to the Explosive Matter gelding Jacksons Minion, exploding out of the pocket to win by open lengths in a personal best of 1:55.4 for driver/trainer/namesake/part-owner Tom Jackson and fellow owners Howard and Judy Taylor.   PHHA / Pocono

Freehold, NJ --- Harness racing trainer Frank Antonacci hopes he can get pumped about Iron, particularly if the 3-year-old trotter sees a favorable change in his fortunes. Iron was a stakes winner in 2014, but also suffered from some bad luck with post position draws and missed a month of action because of complications from what was believed to be a spider bite. This year, the colt jumped a partition in his trailer on the way to a qualifier, but avoided serious injury. “Luckily, he came out of it fine and he’s been doing well,” Antonacci said, adding with a laugh, “If his luck has changed this year, moving forward we’ll be in good shape.” Iron is one of the 13 horses entered in the Goodtimes Stakes for 3-year-old trotters at Mohawk Racetrack in Ontario. The field was divided into two eliminations, to be contested Friday, from which the top five finishers in each group will advance to the C$233,000 final on June 20. Iron and driver Tim Tetrick will start from post one in the first elim and are 6-1 on the morning line. Jimmy Takter’s Canepa Hanover, fresh off his lifetime-best 1:51.1 victory in the New Jersey Sire Stakes championship on May 30 at the Meadowlands, is the 2-5 morning line choice in the opening division. Takter’s French Laundry, a stakes-winner in 2014 who finished second in the New Jersey Sire Stakes final, is the 3-5 favorite in the second elimination. Friday’s card also includes two eliminations for the C$272,000 Armbro Flight Stakes for older female trotters. Bee A Magician -- taking on the ladies for the first time this year after going 4-for-5 against male rivals -- is the 6-5 morning line favorite in the first division. Classic Martine, who won the Armbro Flight last season, is the 2-1 second choice. Shake It Cerry, the 2014 Trotter of the Year, is the 9-5 pick in the second elimination, followed by Frau Blucher at 4-1 and Charmed Life at 9-2. Shake It Cerry started the campaign by going winless in three races, but enters her elim off back-to-back victories over male foes in the Graduate Series. Iron has started only once this year, winning a conditioned race for 3-year-olds in 1:53.4 at the Meadowlands on June 5. Last season, the colt won the American-National Stakes at Balmoral Park and finished third in a division of the Kindergarten Series. He finished fourth in a division of the Bluegrass Stakes, beaten by 2-3/4 lengths by Uncle Lasse. For his career, the homebred Iron has won two of seven races and earned $53,762 for the Antonacci family’s K R Breeding and Robert Rudolph. A son of Cantab Hall out of Ivory Lindy, Iron is a full brother to stakes-winner Lindys Jersey Boy and his family includes Breeders Crown champion Musical Victory as well as Higher Love, who is the dam of Hambletonian Oaks winner Lookout Victory. “He’s got the pedigree and he’s a fantastic looking horse with a great gait,” Antonacci said. “I’m hesitant to say what I think his potential is, but he was a pretty nice horse last year and I think he’ll be a better horse this year. It’s tough. There are a lot of nice horses out there. We’ll just have to see where he falls in. He’s got all the tools to be right up there near the top. “He’s just a physically impressive horse. He really is. That accompanied with his athleticism; for a horse his size, he’s got that 26-second speed, which you need nowadays. As big of a horse as he was, and lanky, he was a pretty good 2-year-old. He’s an improved 3-year-old. He’s got a big runway ahead of him.” Iron is eligible to the $1 million Hambletonian Stakes on Aug. 8 at the Meadowlands. The other Hambletonian eligible trotters in the Goodtimes field are Canepa Hanover, French Laundry, The Bank, Win The Day, and Infiniti As. “Going to the Goodtimes was one of those things we really weren’t sure (we were going to do) until we saw how he came out of the last race and looked at the list of eligibles,” Antonacci said. “I thought it was going to be two short (elimination) fields -- and that actually happened, which is nice. “Hopefully he’ll get two weeks in Canada. We’ll bring him back to the farm and let him miss a week or two and then rev him back up again. Historically most of the horses that win (the Hambletonian) go in with five or six starts under their belt.” Iron is not Antonacci’s only stakes hopeful racing at Mohawk this weekend. On Saturday, the 31-year-old trainer sends Lindys Old Lady to the eliminations for the C$479,000 Fan Hanover Stakes for 3-year-old female pacers. Lindys Old Lady and driver Scott Zeron got post 10 in the second of two divisions, where Happiness is the 2-1 morning line favorite and Solar Sister is the 5-2 second choice. The first group is headlined by 2014 Horse of the Year JK She’salady, who is 2-5 on the morning line. Bettor Be Steppin is next at 4-1. Unraced at age 2, Lindys Old Lady won her first two starts this season before finishing fifth in the New Jersey Sire Stakes championship on May 30. Happiness, who was the favorite in the sire stakes final, finished fourth as The Show Returns won at odds of 40-1. “We were disappointed,” Antonacci said. “I think the two horses that everybody thought would finish right next to each other did -- but we were fourth and fifth. “She came out of it good. She’s been sound. I hesitate to make any excuses. I think she’ll probably have a different kind of race this week from the 10-hole. That was only her third lifetime start. Sometimes that lack of experience kind of comes out.” Antonacci is making an equipment change in the hopes of getting Lindys Old Lady to relax. “We changed her bridle a little bit,” he said. “She had closed blinkers last week; we’ll use some blinkers with holes on it because she kind of got revved up behind the gate and had to slam on the breaks (early in the race) and then move to the front. She had to do a bunch of different things and sometimes that’s hard on a green horse.” Also on Saturday’s card at Mohawk are three eliminations for the C$1 million North America Cup for 3-year-old pacers and two eliminations for the C$350,000 Roses Are Red Stakes for older female pacers. Wiggle It Jiggleit, In The Arsenal and Artspeak are the morning line favorites in the Cup elims. Radar Contact is the choice in the first elim for the Roses Are Red, followed closely by Anndrovette, Weeper, Lady Shadow and Yagonnakissmeornot. Anndrovette, a four-time Dan Patch Award honoree, has won the last three editions of the race. Venus Delight is the favorite in the second elimination, followed by Krispy Apple, Table Talk, and Color’s A Virgin. by Ken Weingartner, Harness Racing Communications 

When last seen, Radar Contact was winning the Betsy Ross for Open Mare Pacers at Harrah's Philadephia over some of the best older harness racing mares in training. She returned to The Meadowlands Friday night and it should come as no surprise that she called the Winners' Circle her home again.   Leaving from post position nine in the $28,500 Open Handicap for the pacing mares, Radar Contact was overlooked in the wagering despite her excellent form, escaping at 4-1. With her typical partner, John Campbell in the bike, Radar Contact left for position while her rival Inittowinafortune established the early lead through a 26.4 opening quarter with Weeper in the pocket and Radar Contact stalking the speed from mid-pack. Down the backstretch, Radar Contact began to make her move, but Weeper was also in gear as that mare pulled the pocket and Radar Contact found herself three-wide briefly nearing the half-mile pole. Radar Contact grabbed the lead as the field passed the half-mile in 54.2 and he led the mares passed three quarters in 1:22.2. Weeper remained just behind her throughout with Katie Said applying pressure first over. In deep stretch, Radar Contact was able to keep Weeper in the pocket as she powerfully paced to the wire for her 7th victory of the season in 1:49.2, a new lifetime mark for the seven year old daughter of Dontgetinmyway. Weeper was second and Katie Said was third.   Radar Contact has been first or second in 15 of 17 starts this season, earning over $195,000. She is owned by Charles Stillings and Dean Ehrgott and trained by Noel Daley.   Radar Contact     In other action, Iron (Cantab Hall)scored in his three year old debut, one of two wins on the card for trainer Frank Antonacci. A Hambletonian hopeful, Iron displayed a strong turn of foot winning in a sharp 1:53.4 while rallying without Tim Tetrick asking him for his best. The win was one of three on the card for Tetrick.   Trainer Chris Ryder also scored a hat-trick on the card and his was of the natural variety as Ryder trainees won races four, five and six. Among those wins was Southwind Poseidon (Muscle Hill) who trotted to a lifetime best 1:52.3 performance.   Dave Miller also won three races on the card, with John Campbell and Yannick Gingras both winning a pair.   Friday night marked the first round of the Cathedra Dot Com series for fillies and mares meeting the condition of non-winners of $5,000 in their last five starts, or those that have started more than six times at Freehold in 2015. The first leg was split into three divisions, with Oceans Motion (Camotion) pulling off the upset in the first division, Candy Styx N (Christian Cullen) scoring a mild upset in the middle division and Real Drama (Real Desire) making it back to back victories in the third grouping.   Table Talk (Bettor's Delight) paced to a sub-1:50 performance, winning an upper-level condition event for pacing mares in a lifetime best 1:49.3 for Tim Tetrick.   On the wagering front total handle for the Friday program reached $2,990,467, a near 15-percent increase over 2014, with the on-track handle growing by nearly 20-percent. Both Jackpot Super Hi-5 Carryovers continued to grow Friday night. The 5th race carryover now stands at $146,080 while the last race carryover grew to $121,232.   The 13-race Saturday program features four divisions of the Graduate series, two for the four year old pacers and two for the four year old trotters, a series that Father Patrick will headline.   The Saturday action begins at 9:30 with Breakfast with the Babies and the simulcast of the Belmont Stakes in which the gates open at 10:30 A.M.   Darin Zoccali

A multiple-stakes winner in 2014, the harness racing 4-year-old Il Sogno Dream is among 10 horses entered in Saturday's $200,000 Charlie Hill Memorial for older trotters at Scioto Downs Racino. The field also includes Bee A Magician, the 2013 Horse of the Year, and stakes-winner Natural Herbie. Il Sogno Dream will start from post No. 2 with driver Aaron Merriman. Bee A Magician, with Brian Sears listed to drive, drew post four and Natural Herbie, with owner-trainer-driver Verlin Yoder at the lines, got post eight. Modern Family won last year's inaugural Charlie Hill Memorial in a then-track-record-equaling 1:52.2. Interestingly, Il Sogno Dream won his seasonal debut on May 22 at Scioto Downs in a career-best 1:52.2. "I can't say I expected him to go (1):52 in his first start, but he was ready I guess," Beaver said with a laugh. "He's come back better than he was. Last year, he would kind of lay into the turns a bit. He's straighter this year; I could probably race him without hobbles, but I don't like to change in case they ever need them on. "He's filled out a bit. I wouldn't say he's any taller, but there's more weight on him. And it seems like he's gotten a little faster over the winter. I think (the improvement in the turns) is a part of it, but I think his stamina is better than it was last year." Il Sogno Dream won five of 18 races last year and earned $323,952 for owners Bill Manes, Dan Manes, Leonard Christopher and Randy Christopher. He captured divisions of the Currier & Ives and Circle City Trot and finished second in the Goodtimes Stakes. He also had third-place finishes in the Kentucky Futurity and Carl Erskine Trot and was fourth in the Hambletonian Stakes. For his career, the son of Cantab Hall-Le Reve has won nine of 31 starts and earned $451,601. Il Sogno Dream has raced twice this year and heads to the Charlie Hill Memorial off a second-place finish to Final Breath in the May 29 Open at Scioto Downs. Il Sogno Dream lost by a head despite starting from post eight and racing on the outside for the entire mile. "I'm really happy with the condition of the horse going into this race," said the 43-year-old Beaver, who established a career high with $1.27 million in purse earnings last season. "I think he's got a good chance to get a top-three finish in (the Charlie Hill Memorial). "I'm not sure he's not up to being able to race against the top horses, I think he can race with them; I don't think they're going to overshadow him. Is he ready to beat that kind? I don't know. He hasn't faced anything like them so far this year. But I feel pretty good about him in there." Il Sogno Dream has a limited stakes schedule this year. Among the races to which he is eligible are the Hambletonian Maturity, Maple Leaf Trot, Chip Noble Memorial Trot, Centaur Trotting Classic, and Dayton Trotting Derby. "I didn't over-stake him this year," said Beaver, who is based in central Ohio and also has 10 horses with a second trainer in Ontario. "I figured he'd be racing a few more years at least. I'm hoping he can be really good around here and compete on the Grand Circuit locally. I hope he develops into a horse that could race everywhere. I think he's well on his way." Bee A Magician has won three of four races this year and is coming off a second-place finish to Father Patrick in the Maxie Lee Memorial Invitational on May 24 at Harrah's Philadelphia. The 5-year-old mare, who has raced exclusively against the boys so far this year, has won 34 of 51 career races and earned $2.90 million. Natural Herbie is winless in five starts this season, but last year won the International Trot Preview, Chip Noble Memorial and Vincennes Invitational. He has won 24 of 51 lifetime starts and $763,491. Following is the field in post order for the Charlie Hill Memorial with listed drivers and trainers: 1  Final Breath, Dan Noble, Hugh Beatty 2. Il Sogno Dream, Aaron Merriman, Chris Beaver 3. Fusion Man, Ronnie Wrenn Jr., Jeff Smith 4. Bee A Magician, Brian Sears, R. Nifty Norman 5. DW's NY Yank, Chris Page, Ron Burke 6. Obrigado, Mark MacDonald, Paul Kelley 7. Southwind Pepino, Hugh Beatty, Hugh Beatty 8. Natural Herbie, Verlin Yoder, Verlin Yoder 9. Lindy's Tru Grit, Andy Miller, Julie Miller 10. Count Me In, Mike Wilder, Ron Burke Note: DW's NY Yank and Count Me In will race as an entry. Note: Count Me In starts from the trailing position. by Ken Weingartner Harness Racing Communications USTA  

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