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WASHINGTON, PA, March 25, 2015 -- Atta Boy Dan was indomitable on the front end, thwarting a strong challenge from Hillbilly Hanover to capture Wednesday's harness racing $18,000 Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Pace at The Meadows. Atta Boy Dan covered the front half in a reasonable 56 before confronting the first-over Hillbilly Hanover. The 6-year-old Western Terror-Dropitlikeitshot gelding found another gear for Dave Palone, downing his rival by a length in 1:51.3 on a "good" surface. Dew N Doughnuts rallied for show. Ron Burke trains Atta Boy Dan, who won for the fourth time in his last six starts and lifted his career bankroll to $260,385, for Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi, LLC. Tony Hall and Palone each drove three winners on the 14-race card. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

Tony Morgan's drive to keep working hard has resulted in a whole lot of winning drives. Harness racing driver Morgan entered Wednesday on the verge of joining Dave Palone and Herve Filion as the only drivers in North American harness racing history with at least 15,000 career victories. The 56-year-old Morgan came into the day needing three wins to reach the milestone and has eight drives this evening at Dover Downs. "It's nice to be recognized by your peers, but it probably means more to my family than to me," Morgan said about his approaching 15,000 wins. "I get my kicks out of just working every day. I like that. I like the daily grind. I like the competition and keeping busy. "It's another feather in my cap, I guess, so it's nice. And it gives my family something to talk about. That's nice too." Morgan, who was born in Ohio, rose to prominence in Chicago and now calls the Delaware circuit home. The son of driver/trainer Eddie Morgan Jr., himself the winner of 4,724 races, Morgan got his first win one month shy of turning 15 in 1973. In 1995, Morgan led all drivers in North America in wins, and captured the title again in 1996, 1997, 2006 and 2008. From 1995 through 2009, he was never out of the top 10 and racked up 10,695 wins during that span. Morgan was Harness Tracks of America's Driver of the Year in 2006, 2002, 1997 and 1996. He is one of only three drivers to win more than 1,000 races in a year, totaling 1,004 in 2006. Horses driven by Morgan have earned $117 million in purses, good for 13th place on the all-time list. So far this year, Morgan has won 54 races and is fifth in the driver standings at Dover Downs. For the past three seasons, he has averaged 323 wins and nearly $3 million in purses. "I always have done quite a bit better when I'm busy than when I'm not, so I try to stay busy," Morgan said. "I've got a pretty strong work ethic. I figure that if I can outwork everybody I'll do alright." Palone leads all harness racing drivers in the world in wins, entering Wednesday with 16,934. Germany's Heinz Wewering is second on the worldwide list, with more than 16,760, followed by Filion and Morgan. Morgan could pass Filion's total of 15,183 wins sometime this summer. The two competed against each other in the mid-2000s, following Morgan's move to Delaware from Chicago, and Morgan said following in Filion's footsteps was special. "Of course, he's been almost every driver's idol forever," Morgan said. "He was a great guy and a great driver and he outworked everybody for years and years. I guess that's kind of the model I've always followed. I've tried to stay as busy as I can, and the more practice you get, the better you get at it. "He was a very sharp guy. I spent a little bit of time with him when I first got to Delaware. He was a really nice guy. He was really good to the young guys and that's kind of a novelty, in my experience anyway. I think that people when they get older they tend to be kind of short with the young guys. I don't think that's the way to be." Morgan has tried to follow Filion's example in dealing with younger drivers today. "I like to think that the young guys can learn something and it's nice to be able to help some of them along," Morgan said. "They teach me something every night too." And no doubt help fuel the drive. by Ken Weingartner/Harness Racing Communications/USTA  

WASHINGTON, PA, March 23, 2015 -- Forced to the lead when Daylon Miracle shut him out of an early hole, Run And Tell Pap got the last laugh when he thwarted Daylon Miracle's first-over bid and captured Monday's $18,000 Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Trot at The Meadows. Run And Tell Pap and Dave Palone appeared to be looking for a seat from the gate, but Daylon Miracle and Aaron Merriman had inside position and got there first. Run And Tell Pap turned the tables when he reeled off a 27.3 third quarter to keep Daylon Miracle at bay. He scored in 1:54.4, a head better than the rallying Classicality, while Daylon Miracle saved show. Ron Burke trains Run And Tell Pap, an 8-year-old High Falls-Adele's Jade gelding who extended his career bankroll to $531,306, for Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi LLC and M1 Stable. Tony Hall piloted three winners on the 14-race card. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

WASHINGTON, PA, March 18, 2015 -- Wu Long continued her march through the Mary Wohlmuth Memorial Trot at The Meadows, winning her third straight with a powerful first-over explosion and stamping herself as the clear harness racing  favorite for the final. Main Gate Tam and Byfleet Hanover took the other $12,000 divisions in Wednesday's third leg of the series for 3- and 4-year-old fillies and mares. The championship legs of the Mary Wohlmuth and three other current series at The Meadows are set for Friday, March 27, first post 6:55 PM. Wu Long was fourth down the backside when Dave Palone asked her for trot. She inhaled the leader, Mercer County, and drew off to triumph by 5-1/4 lengths in a career-best 1:58.1. Miss E Claire rallied for place while Mercer County saved show. Rob Harmon trains the 4-year-old daughter of Explosive Matter-Strong Tea, who has won her three series splits by a combined 14-1/4 lengths, for Harmon Racing Stable and Knightstalker Stable. In the $22,500 Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Pace, Sweet Talkin Satin pounced on the dueling leaders at the three-quarters and held off newcomer Hillbilly Hanover by 1-3/4 lengths to score in 1:50.3, fastest mile this year at The Meadows. Atta Boy Dan, hung every step from post 9, was a game third. Eric Ledford piloted the 5-year-old Always A Virgin-Silky Satin gelding, who extended his career bankroll to $367,489, for trainer Ron Burke and owners Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi LLC, J&T Silva Stables and Phillip Collura. Tony Hall, Aaron Merriman, Jim Pantaleano, Dan Rawlings, Ledford and Palone each enjoyed a double on the 14-race card. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

WASHINGTON, PA, March 17, 2015 -- Terror Of the Nite rolled to victory in a career-best 1:54.1 to notch his third straight in the Walter Russell Memorial Pace at The Meadows. Heavenly Knox scored in a sizzling 1:52.4 in the other $12,000 split in Tuesday's third leg of the harness racing series for 3- and 4-year-old colts, stallions and geldings. The championship legs of the Walter Russell and three other current series at The Meadows are set for Friday, March 27, first post 6:55 PM. Dave Palone gave Terror Of The Nite -- the 1-9 favorite -- a comfortable 58.2 front half, and when the 4-year-old son of Western Terror-Her Odyssey sprinted home in 55.4, he assured that he would be positioned for a series sweep. The pocket-sitting Native Dude was second, 7-1/2 lengths back, with Hickory Terrific third. Ron Burke trains Terror Of The Nite for Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi LLC and Phillip Collura. It was one of seven wins on the 14-race program for Palone. Tuesday's card also featured a pair of top trots. In the $22,500 Filly & Mare Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap, Cowgirl Hall looked sharp off a three-month layoff, collecting a front-end victory in 1:54.4. Whata Donato, who was used hard early, held on for place, 4-1/4 lengths in arrears, while Anaffairtoremember rallied for show. Palone drove the 6-year-old daughter of Cash Hall - Centerfold Hall, who now boasts $658,993 in lifetime earnings, for Burke and owners Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi LLC, Jack Piatt III and Michael Rosenthal. In the $18,000 Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap, Daylon Miracle relished her status as the only female in the field -- and the 7-5 favorite -- as she dueled for the early lead before cruising home for Aaron Merriman in 1:55.1, 2-1/4 lengths ahead of TSM Photo Bugger. Tamarind completed the ticket. Bill Bercury owns and trains Daylon Miracle, a 6-year-old daughter of Pegasus Spur-Daylon Marvel who extended her career bankroll to $423,197. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino  

WASHINGTON, PA, March 13 -- Fashion Rocker had to survive an inquiry to do so, but she captured her second straight in the Donna Dunn Memorial Pace at The Meadows. Dream Ball scored in a career-best 1:53.2 to take Friday's other $15,000 split in the second leg of the series for 3- and 4-year-old fillies and mares. Dave Palone and trainer Ron Burke teamed to sweep Friday's series leg, and that's not all the duo accomplished. Palone won five consecutive races, beginning with race 4, and he completed the 12-race card with six victories -- four for Burke. Palone drove seven straight winners at The Meadows on March 2, 1993, while the North American record for consecutive victories on a single raceway program is eight. After a first-over move, Fashion Rocker eased by Skyway Hurricane in the stretch to down her by a head in 1:55.3, with Littlewhitekiddie third. After reviewing the stretch drive for possible interference, the judges left the order undisturbed. In the $22,500 Filly & Mare Not Listed Preferred/Preferred Handicap Pace, Do Me Honor wore down Continual Velocity and defeated her by a neck in 1:53.1 for Aaron Merriman and owner/trainer Bill Bercury. Macharoundtheclock earned show. The 7-year-old daughter of Cheyenne Rei - Do Me Right extended her career bankroll to $548,047. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

WASHINGTON, PA, March 11, 2015 -- Wu Long made short work of her Mary Wohlmuth Memorial Trot field at The Meadows, gliding through the slop to capture her second straight series victory. Seduce A Stranger and Miss E Claire took the other $12,000 splits in Tuesday's second leg of the event for 3- and 4-year-old fillies and mares. Wu Long got away fifth for Dave Palone, but when she quarter-poled to the lead, the race for win was effectively over. Mercer County was second, 2-3/4 lengths back, with Rompaway Gypsy third. Rob Harmon conditions the 4-year-old daughter of Explosive Matter - Strong Tea for Harmon Racing Stable and Knightstalker Stable. It was one of six wins for Palone on the 14-race card, each for a different trainer: Scot Davidson, Paul Kennedy, Gerald Lee, Jr., Mike Palone, Bill Popp and Harmon. In the $15,000 Winners Over $10,000 Life Pace, Royal Heart had to battle for the early lead but had enough left to down the closing Sweet Talkin Satin by a head in 1:53 on a surface upgraded to "good." Mattamerican earned show. Eric Goodell piloted the 4-year-old Royal Art - BJs Sunrise gelding, who was won four of eight starts this year, for Kennedy and owners Denise Dennis and Dolne Farm Services. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

WASHINGTON, PA, March 10, 2015 -- Terror Of The Nite pulled the pocket down the backside but needed to survive a late challenge to capture his second straight in the Walter Russell Memorial Pace at The Meadows. Wok N Roll K and Big World Of Rock also took $12,000 splits in Tuesday's second leg of the series for 3- and 4-year-old colt, stallion and gelding pacers. Dave Palone teamed with trainer Ron Burke for a pair of Russell wins with Terror Of The Nite and Big World of Rock. Terror Of The Nite easily cleared to the lead when Palone moved him to the front, but Heavenly Knox was gaining ground on a sustained first-over bid. That tough journey in the slop took its tool on Heavenly Knox, and Terror Of The Nite prevailed by 1/2 length in 1:56. Well Bred earned show. Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi LLC and Phillip Collura campaign Terror Of The Nite, a 4-year-old Western Terror - Her Odyssey gelding. In the $18,000 Filly & Mare Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Trot, Anaffairtoremember opened a 4-length lead and held on late to down the onrushing Sweetie Hearts by a head in 1:57. Long shot Ajuama completed the ticket. Aaron Merriman piloted the 5-year-old daughter of Angus Hall - Val Lee Woman, who extended her career bankroll to $313,097, for owner/trainer Bill Bercury. Palone drove four winners and Merriman three on the 14-race card. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino  

WASHINGTON, PA, March 9, 2015 -- Great Magic captured his second straight series division when he scored a front-end victory in Monday's Ken Weaver Memorial Trot at The Meadows. The second leg of the event for 3- and 4-year-old colt, stallion and gelding pacers was contested over three divisions, with Flying Muscles and Keystone Chester taking the other $12,000 splits. While Great Magic never relinquished the lead, he had to thwart a serious challenge from Kickoff Hanover, who pulled the pocket into the final turn. Great Magic found another gear and downed his rival by 3/4 lengths in 1:58.1, with Justice Delight third. Dave Palone drove the sophomore son of Kadabra - Dream Again for trainer Rich Gillock and owner Bob Key. In the $18,000 Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Trot, Rose Run Parker kicked off his 4-year-old campaign successfully despite a parked-out opening quarter. He scored for Palone in 1:55, 3-1/2 lengths better than TSM Photo Bugger, while Luminosity earned show. Ron Burke conditions Rose Run Parker, a 4-year-old Jailhouse Jesse-Centergy gelding who now boasts $585,865 in career earnings, for Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi LLC and W Haas, Jr. Rose Run Parker has taken 23 of his 29 lifetime starts for a gaudy winning percentage of 79.3. Brian Zendt and Palone each piloted four winners on the 14-race card. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

WASHINGTON, PA, March 6, 2015 -- Fashion Rocker swooped the field down the backside and scored a comfortable harness racing victory in a division of Friday's Donna Dunn Memorial Pace at The Meadows. Somewhere Fameous took the other $15,000 opening-leg split of the series for 3- and 4-year-old fillies and mares. The series honors the memory of the late Donna Dunn, longtime Standardbred owner and wife of veteran The Meadows-based trainer and USTA Director Walter "Boots" Dunn. Fashion Rocker, who prepped for the series in overnights at the Meadowlands, was sitting third when Dave Palone sent him on his journey. The 1-5 favorite easily gobbled up the leaders and triumphed in 1:59 on a sloppy surface. The pocket-sitting Skyway Hurricane held second, 2-1/2 lengths back, with Southwind Asia third. Ron Burke trains Fashion Rocker, a sophomore daughter of Rocknroll Hanover - Show Off, for Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi, LLC and Bethann Palone. In the $15,000 Filly & Mare Not Listed Preferred Pace, Elm Grove Inarush, who raced extensively in Canada last year at 3, blitzed the field with a three-wide backside burst and scored in 1:55.2 for Jim Pantaleano, trainer J.L. Adams and owners Martin Valentic and John Bednarski, Jr. Bazooka Terror was 2-3/4 lengths back in second while a trapped-in Do Me Honor settled for show. A daughter of Coasttocoast Yankee-Seawind Alpha, Elm Grove Inarush extended her career bankroll to $120,343. Tony Hall, Mike Wilder, trainer Randy Bendis and Palone each enjoyed a double on the 12-race card. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

Westfield, IN - Each year since 1991, the Harness Horse Youth Foundation has produced a set of 35 HARNESS HEROES trading cards. This year, for the first time ever, one lucky winner will get a chance to interact with one of those heroes, Dave Palone, who became the winningest driver in harness racing history in 2014. HHYF is teaming up with the Meadows Standardbred Owners Association and The Meadows to offer a special promotion. Palone will personally autograph several of his cards and those cards will be randomly inserted into the 2015 complete sets. The lucky persons who find the special silver ticket in their set and return that ticket for validation by June 10, 2015 can win one of several prizes. The grand prize winner will get to experience one of Dave Palone's favorite days, Adios Day. It is the day that everyone at The Meadows looks forward to, with top Grand Circuit races including the premier three year old colt pacers in the country. The winner and their guests will start the morning off with a behind-the-scenes tour of the backstretch and paddock area, where they will be able to take a trip around the track with Dave Palone in a two-seated jog cart. Post time for the afternoon race card begins at 12:20PM, and the winning guests will be seated in the owner's dining area with a complimentary buffet and a perfect view of the track. They will also meet Dave in the Winner's Circle for a photo. After the long day, the guests can relax at a nearby hotel and begin planning a return trip for 2016. Other prizes will include collectable uncut press sheets from previous years' production of HARNESS HEROES as well as HHYF and MSOA hats and shirts and more. Sets of cards may be obtained through HHYF for a suggested donation of $15 per set (US funds) and they will also be distributed free at Meadows Family Fun Day on May 29, 2015. HHYF Executive Director Ellen Taylor said "HHYF is really excited to partner with MSOA and the track in this promotion which is reminiscent of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. How cool would it be to find one of the Palone-signed HARNESS HEROES cards, your "Silver Ticket," to be eligible to spend a fantastic weekend watching great racing at The Meadows? There will be little surprises around every corner, but nothing dangerous. And, remember Willie Wonka was played by Gene Wilder? Our host is Heather Wilder. Both are amazingly talented and entertaining, but we prefer Heather by far. " Complete contest rules are available at www.hhyf.org. Winners must be 18 or over, but those entering the contest are encouraged to bring their children with them For more information on this release, contact Keith Gisser at 216-374-1392 or keith@hhyf.org     For more information on this release, contact Keith Gisser at 216-374-1392 or keith@hhyf.org  

WASHINGTON, PA, March 3, 2015 -- Terror Of The Nite opened an 8-length lead at the three-quarters, then coasted home to capture a division of Tuesday's harness racing Walter Russell Memorial Pace at The Meadows. The opening leg of the series for 3- and 4-year-old colts, stallions and geldings was contested over three divisions, with Techtor Hanover and Sopravvissuto taking the other $12,000 splits. The series honors the memory of the late Hall of Famer Walter Russell, a distinguished judge at a number of tracks. Although parked the opening quarter from post 8, Terror Of The Nite disposed of the early challenge by Somekindaparty and was all by himself turning for home. He won geared down for Dave Palone in 1:56 on a "good" surface, 4-3/4 lengths better than Whoopedemaginjosey. Rollinlikeahotshot finished third. Ron Burke trains Terror Of The Nite, a 4-year-old Western Terror - Her Odyssey gelding, for Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi LLC and Phillip Collura. Palone piloted four winners on the 14-race card while Tony Hall and Wilbur Yoder each enjoyed a triple. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

WASHINGTON, PA, March 2, 2015 -- Simeon exploded three-wide into the final turn and scored by 6 lengths in a division of Monday's Ken Weaver Memorial Trot at The Meadows. The opening leg of the harness racing series for 3- and 4-year-old colts, stallions and geldings was conducted over three divisions, with Kickoff Hanover and Great Magic also taking $12,000 splits. The series honors the memory of the late Ken Weaver, a fixture at both The Meadows and the Pennsylvania Fairs. Simeon was sitting fifth when Dan Rawlings asked him for trot. The 3-year-old Andover Hall - Keystone Ariana gelding, who was unraced at 2, blew by the leaders and triumphed in 2:01.4 on a sloppy surface. Flying Muscles and Just Hang Out completed the ticket. David Wade trains Simeon, who has won five of eight starts, and owns with Anne Wade, Gerald Brittingham and William Peel III. In the $18,000 Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Trot, Classicality made it two straight when he moved first over down the backside for Brian Zendt and prevailed in 1:58, 1-1/4 lengths better than TSM Photo Bugger. Tall Cotton was third. Lisa Dunn-Adams conditions the homebred Classicality, a 5-year-old Classic Photo-Penn Worthy Lane gelding who vaulted over $200,000 in career earnings, for Dunn Stable. Dave Palone drove six winners on the 14-race card for as many trainers -- Ron Burke, Rich Gillock, Kevin Johnson, Todd Keith, Mike Palone and Bill Popp, The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

HARRISBURG PA - The Keystone Chapter of the United States Harness Writers Association (USHWA) has announced the harness racing humans and equines it will honor for outstanding performance in 2014 - and in one notable case, for many, many years before that.   Aime Choquette, 100 years young this past Halloween, is being honored with the Chapter's highest prize, the Mary Lib Miller Award, for longtime outstanding service to harness racing. The designation is especially appropriate in Choquette's case, as for over 40 years he was "right-hand man" for Mary Lib's husband, the immortal Delvin Miller, serving as second trainer for the likes of Arndon, Tarport Hap, and Horse of the Year Delmonica Hanover, who won the famous Prix d'Amerique while under Choquette's daily supervision in France.   Aime was also a pretty good "trainer" of harness executives, too - those who worked with him in the Miller barn include Hall of Famers Andy Grant and John Cashman Jr., along with Breeders Crown executive Tom Charters and many others in various fields of the sport.   For sheer impact on 2014, few can be mentioned in the same breath with trainer Ron Burke and his principal ownership partnership of Mark Weaver and Mike Bruscemi. Burke again smashed the earnings record for harness trainers last year, and even surpassed the previous thoroughbred mark for North America, by harnessing the winners of over $28.3M, most of them owned by Burke Racing (Ron and his mother Sylvia) along with Weaver-Bruscemi. The trainer and the double partnership are being honored, not the least of reasons being that on many of their top horses they add "outside partners," giving people, often newcomers to the game, a taste of stakes success in very short order.   Burke leads the trainers standings at his home track, The Meadows, just as the leading driver there is Keystone honoree Dave Palone. Palone got the nod over Pocono/Philly driving champ George Napolitano Jr. because Dave now leads the entire world in career victories, eclipsing the old mark of the German meister Heinz Wewering late in 2014, and now standing at a count of 16,870 - and growing every week.   It's hard to overlook the breeder who has topped the moneywinning charts of each of the 66 years the stat has been kept in North America, and Hanover Shoe Farms more than deserves another honor for 2014, as their produce won $29.2M at the races, trailing only their own $30.0M total of 2012.   For top Pennsylvania Sire Stakes performer, there was a "dead-heat to win" between freshman pacing filly Southwind Roulette and her sidewheeling counterpart, sophomore colt McWicked. The filly had the richest single-season ever for a pacer in the Sire Stakes, going undefeated in four prelims and the Championship to bankroll $269,293, while McWicked became the fastest-ever Championship winner by streaking to a 1:48.4 triumph.   Top Pennsylvania-sired horse, combining both state and national-caliber starts, was the five-year-old stallion Sweet Lou, the sport's Pacer of the Year in 2014 on the strength of 11 wins, $1.36M in earnings, and a 1:47 victory at Pocono - the fastest mile ever on a five-eighth-mile track, and only a tick above the all-time racing standard.   To be honored as the state's top performers on the weekly Invitational level are the pacer Dancin Yankee and the trotter Cowgirl Hall. Dancin Yankee won six of his seven top-class starts at Pocono, fastest in 1:47.2, while the mare Cowgirl Hall came to The Meadows in June and then won 11 races the rest of the year, including a five-race win streak facing not only females but also "the boys."   The Keystone writers' choices will be honored in trackside presentations on their "home turf" over the next few months - except for Choquette, who understandably at 100 is not much of a traveler now. But if he could take a mare to France and win one of the world's toughest harness races, surely a way will be found to get his trophy to his home in la belle province of Quebec.   From the Keystone Chapter of USHWA

WASHINGTON, PA, Feb. 25, 2015 -- Atta Boy Dan made it three straight at The Meadows when he strolled through a leisurely 58 half, then blazed home in 55.4 to capture Wednesday's $18,000 Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Pace. Dave Palone was able to work out that comfortable half for Atta Boy Dan, which left the 6-year-old Western Terror - Dropitlikesitshot gelding plenty in reserve to thwart the stern first-over challenge from I'm Feelin Good. Atta Boy Dan scored in 1:53.4, 1-1/4 lengths better than the ground-saving Dew N Doughnuts, while I'm Feelin Good saved show. Ron Burke trains Atta Boy Dan, who extended his career bankroll to $244,560, for Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi LLC. Jim Pantaleano and trainer Paul Corey teamed for three winners on the 14-race card. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

WASHINGTON, PA, Feb. 20, 2015 -- Returning from a layoff of more than three months, Continual Velocity still was the best at The Meadows as she notched a front-end harness racing victory in the $20,000 Filly & Mare Not Listed Preferred/Preferred Handicap Pace. Dave Palone hustled Continual Velocity to the front, where she enjoyed a comfortable 58 opening half on a "good" surface. Palone had to chase Continual Velocity in the lane, but the 7-year-old daughter of Real Artist - Extreme Velocity responded and held off Macharoundtheclock by 1/2 length in 1:55. The pocket-sitting R Marie Hanover was third. Ron Burke trains Continual Velocity, who now boasts $542,275 in career earnings, for Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi, LLC. It was one of three wins on the 12-race card for Palone. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

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