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East Rutherford, NJ - The harness racing field has been set for Harness Horse Youth Foundation's "invitational" exhibition to be held Saturday, August 4 at the Meadowlands Racetrack. One representative from each of the three introductory level programs were selected to participate. From the Goshen Historic Track event: AJ Wright, Age 14, Hometown: Montpelier, Indiana From the Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono event: Alivia Smith, Age 12, Hometown: Olyphant, Pennsylvania From the Gaitway Farm event: Genna Kerlin, Age 12, Hometown: Allentown, New Jersey "Each of these young people demonstrated keen interest in harness racing as well as possessing great work ethics and sportsmanship. It is always a pleasure to reward outstanding efforts with the total experience of Hambletonian Day, not to mention the thrill of being on the track" explained Executive Director Ellen Taylor. The aspiring drivers will be assisted by professionals Corey Callahan, Andrew McCarthy, and Scott Zeron and their horses will be CD's Miss M, I Want Another, and Royal Attire from the HHYF stable. Post time for the HHYF exhibition will be 11:25AM, just prior to the beginning of the day's star-packed card including the Hambletonian and Hambletonian Oaks. Harness Horse Youth Foundation provides young people and their families information and experiences with harness horses in order to foster the next generation of fans and participants. HHYF is a 501 (c)(3) public charity. For more information about the organization, visit www.hhyf.org. For more information about this release, please contact Ellen Taylor 317.908.0029 From the Harness Horse Youth Foundation      

This Week: Hambletonian, Hambletonian Oaks, John Cashman Memorial, Sam McKee Memorial, Lady Liberty, Dr. John Steele Memorial, Cane Pace, Shady Daisy, Peter Haughton Memorial, and Jim Doherty Memorial, Meadowlands Racetrack, East Rutherford, N.J. Schedule of events: Grand Circuit action takes place this Saturday (Aug. 4) at Meadowlands Racetrack with one of the biggest Grand Circuit cards of the season. The afternoon program is led by the $1.2 million Hambletonian, the first leg of trotting's Triple Crown for 3-year-olds. Other major stakes races to be contested that day are the $500,000 Hambletonian Oaks for 3-year-old filly trotters, the $286,650 John Cashman Memorial for older trotters, the $260,100 Sam McKee Memorial for older pacers, the $197,400 Lady Liberty for older pacing mares, the $154,800 Dr. John Steele Memorial for older trotting mares, the $281,000 Cane Pace, the first leg of Pacing's Triple Crown for 3-year-olds, the $96,600 Shady Daisy for 3-year-old pacing fillies, the $422,350 Peter Haughton Memorial for 2-year-old colt trotters, and the $357,450 Jim Doherty Memorial for 2-year-old filly trotters. Complete entries for the races are available at this link. Last time: Victimized by brutal trips in his last two starts, Dorsoduro Hanover finally got the journey he needed and pounced on the opportunity to win Saturday's (July 28) $400,000 final of the Delvin Miller Adios Pace for the Orchids in 1:50.1 at The Meadows. American History, who won an elimination of the 52nd edition of the Adios, raced well first over to finish second, 1-1/4 lengths back, while Hitman Hill, the other elimination winner, could not improve position in the Lightning Lane and settled for show. Dorsoduro Hanover won Saturday's $400,000 final of the Delvin Miller Adios Pace for the Orchids in 1:50.1 at The Meadows. Dorsoduro Hanover gave The Meadows-based trainer Ron Burke, perennially the sport's leading conditioner, his first blanket of Adios orchids as the head of his stable, although he was assistant for his father, Mickey, when their horse, May June Character, won the 2007 Adios. A Somebeachsomewhere-Deer Valley Miss gelding who cost $100,000 as a yearling, Dorsoduro Hanover was roughed up from post 10 in the Meadowlands Pace final and again in his Adios elimination but still managed to finish second each time. It seemed likely that he was only a good trip away from a signature victory and Matt Kakaley provided it for him giving him a :28.3 second-panel refresher after a :26.3 opening-quarter burst to the lead. American History took up the chase before the half and pursued the winner gamely but was all out late to preserve his place finish. Once Dorsoduro Hanover crossed the wire, a jubilant Burke and members of his staff sprinted from the paddock to the winner's circle, eschewing the golf cart that customarily provides transport. Burke, however, indicated the wins in 2007 and 2018 were equally important to him. "We have a big crew, and to me, that's what it's about: doing it together," Burke said. "We probably spent about $10 million chasing this, and we finally got one. It's a great feeling to enjoy it with our staff and our core group." In that core group are the owners of Dorsoduro Hanover, who now has earned $575,603 for them: Burke Racing Stable, Silva, Purnell & Libby, Weaver Bruscemi and Wingfield Five. Complete recaps of all the weekend races are available at the Grand Circuit website. Grand Circuit Standings: In 2018, the Grand Circuit leaders in three categories (driver, trainer and owner) will once again be tracked on a points system (20-10-5 for the top three finishers in divisions/finals and 10-5-2 for the top three finishers in eliminations/legs). Winbak Farms is the sponsor for the 2018 Grand Circuit awards. Here are the leaders following the past weekend. Drivers: 1. Tim Tetrick - 569; 2. Yannick Gingras - 568.5; 3. David Miller - 272.5; 4. Jordan Stratton - 268; 5. Corey Callahan - 228.5. Trainers: 1. Ron Burke - 595.5; 2. Jimmy Takter - 339; 3. Tony Alagna - 216; 4. John Butenschoen - 172; 5. Jim King Jr. - 171. Owners: 1. Burke Racing Stable - 133.5; 2. Weaver Bruscemi - 128.5; 3. Vonknoblauch Stable - 117; 4. Fashion Farms - 102; 5. Crawford Farms Racing - 85. Looking ahead: Grand Circuit action will be taking place next week at Northfield Park with the Carl Milstein Memorial for 3-year-old pacers; at Hoosier Park with the Dan Patch for free for all pacers; at the Indiana State Fair with the Fox Stakes highlighting 10 stakes; and at Tioga Downs with the Crawford Farm and Joie De Vie for older trotters and Tompkins-Geers races for 2-year-olds of both sexes and gaits. by Paul Ramlow, for the Grand Circuit  

East Rutherford, NJ - The third Hambletonian Future Wager will commence on Wednesday, August 1 at noon and close on Friday, August 3 at 10:00 pm.   Entries have been taken and drawn for the Saturday, August 4 $1 million Hambletonian so this future wager offers the opportunity to place a win wager on the actual participants. The Hambletonian may be seen live on the CBS Sports Network from 4:00 to 5:30 pm,   Regulations dictate a maximum of 15 betting interests while 18 horses were declared for the race. As a result, four of the horses racing must be coupled as the mutuel field, listed in the past performance as wagering number 15. A wager on #15 is a winning bet if any of the four horses coupled wins the race.   The minimum future wager is $1 and all future wagers are win only. The wager is pari-mutuel, thus the closing odds will dictate payouts. The winner of each pool will be determined by the official first place finisher in the 2018 Hambletonian final, Race 13.   Wagers may be placed at The Meadowands Racetrack, any other participating track or account wagering service. Past performance listing the horses and the morning line odds are available on the Hambletonian Society website.   Find more Hambletonian Day details posted on the Meadowlands website.   Here is the field with HFW #3 beginning odds:   HAMBLETONIAN FUTURE WAGER 3   Horses Are Listed in Alphabetical Order   MUTUEL FIELD INCLUDES:   EVALUATE - HAT TRICK HABIT - PATENT LEATHER - SHOSHIE DEO   1. ALARM DETECTOR 20-1   2. ATLANTA 4-1   3. CLASSICHAP 15-1   4. CRYSTAL FASHION 8-1   5. FASHIONWOODCHOPPER 20-1   6. FOURTH DIMENSION 12-1   7. LAWMAKER 15-1   8. MET'S HALL 20-1   9. SIX PACK 3-1   10. SOUTHWIND CHROME 15-1   11. TACTICAL LANDING 10-1   12. WOLFGANG 6-1   13. YOU KNOW YOU DO 15-1   14. ZEPHYR KRONOS 20-1   15. MUTUEL FIELD 50-1   (EVALUATE-HAT TRICK HABIT-PATENT LEATHER-SHOSHIE DEO)   From the Meadowlands & Hambletonian Society  

East Rutherford, NJ --- Eighteen 3-year-old trotters entered Saturday's 93rd Hambletonian Stakes at the Meadowlands Racetrack, requiring two eliminations to trim the field to 10 for the $1 million final later that afternoon. Wolfgang is the 5-2 morning-line favorite in the first elimination and Six Pack is the 2-1 favorite in the second. Atlanta, the lone filly taking on the boys, is the 3-1 second choice in the first elimination. The draws for the Hambletonian and companion Hambletonian Oaks, which is restricted to 3-year-old female trotters, were held Tuesday at the Meadowlands. Wolfgang drew post No. 5 in his elimination and Six Pack drew post No. 9. Atlanta will start from post No. 7. The top-five finishers from each $100,000 elimination return for the final. Manchego, who won one of last Saturday's two eliminations for the Hambletonian Oaks, is the 5-2 morning-line favorite in the $500,000 final. Phaetosive, the other elimination winner, is the 3-1 second choice. As elimination winners, Manchego and Phaetosive drew for spots in posts one through five, with Manchego getting post four and Phaetosive getting post five. The stakes-filled Hambletonian Day card begins at noon. The Hambletonian and Hambletonian Oaks will be featured on a live 90-minute broadcast on CBS Sports Network from 4-5:30 p.m. (EDT). Atlanta is attempting to become the first filly to win the Hambletonian since Continentalvictory in 1996. In the previous 92 years, 161 fillies entered the race, with 13 winning the sport's most prestigious event for 3-year-old trotters. Atlanta is the 22nd filly to enter the race since the start of the Hambletonian Oaks in 1971. The two most recent fillies to enter the Hambletonian, Pampered Princess in 2007 and Mission Brief in 2015, both won eliminations. Pampered Princess was seventh-placed-sixth in her final, won by Donato Hanover, and Mission Brief finished second to Pinkman in her final. Atlanta is undefeated in five races this year. She trotted the fastest mile in the history of Vernon Downs, 1:50.3, in winning the Empire Breeders Classic for 3-year-old filly trotters on May 28 and heads to the Hambletonian off a 1:53.4 victory at Vernon Downs in a July 19 division of the New York Sire Stakes. For her career, Atlanta has won nine of 15 races and $301,645. "I have a horse that I think can win the Hambletonian, that's exciting in itself, just having a player," said Scott Zeron, who will drive Atlanta for his father, trainer Rick Zeron. "(The draw) was fine by me. My dad wanted to be in the first heat, so we got lucky with that. We drew the seven; it's not the rail, but it's not too bad. I don't mind it. We'll make it work. It will give me the option to kind of look over and see what everyone is doing. We'll play it by ear." Rick Zeron co-owns Atlanta, by Chapter Seven out of Hemi Blue Chip, with Michelle and Al Crawford's Crawford Farms, William Holland's Holland Racing Stable, Howard Taylor, and Brad Grant. Scott Zeron captured the 2016 Hambletonian with eventual Trotting Triple Crown winner Marion Marauder. "For me, this is a different scenario, having the family horse," Zeron said. "I was in Florida all winter long with all the horses, so this one feels a little different having my father involved and being more involved with the barn. (Atlanta) is a super horse and I really hope she can deliver. I have no regrets about the decision." Zeron's win with Marion Marauder was for trainer Paula Wellwood, who will send out Southwind Chrome in Saturday's second Hambletonian elimination. Zeron is listed to drive that horse as well. "I have two competitive horses," Zeron said. "One is 3-1 and the other is 5-1. That's nice." Wolfgang is undefeated in three races this year, with his victories including the Goodtimes Stakes and a division of the Stanley Dancer Memorial. He has won six of 13 lifetime starts and $516,690 for Charles Goodwin's Brixton Medical Inc., Goran Falk, Bud Hatfield's Hatfield Stables, and Art Zubrod's and Leah Cheverie's Fair Island Farm. Four-time Hambletonian winner Jimmy Takter trains Wolfgang, who is one of four horses Takter is sending into the race. The others are You Know You Do, Tactical Landing, and Zephyr Kronos. With a win, Takter would tie Billy Haughton, Stanley Dancer, and Ben White for the most victories in Hambletonian history. Yannick Gingras drives Wolfgang. "He's very good," Takter said. "I trained him a (1):56 mile here last Friday with a good last half and he felt awesome. You try to peak them as best you can. He's been very good every start. He's so professional. He's most likely the most reliable horse I have in the Hambletonian this year." Six Pack is the fastest 3-year-old male trotter in history thanks to his 1:50 win in a division of the Stanley Dancer Memorial on July 14 at the Meadowlands. He has won five of six races this year, with his lone setback a second-place finish to Crystal Fashion in the Earl Beal Jr. Memorial. For his career, Six Pack has won nine of 14 races and $557,840. Ake Svanstedt trains and drives Six Pack. Svanstedt won the 2017 Hambletonian with Perfect Spirit, who was elevated from second to first when What The Hill was disqualified for interference in the stretch. Six Pack, by Muscle Mass out of Pleasing Lady, is owned by Ake Svanstedt Inc., Jeff Gural's Little E LLC, Tomas Olofsson's Stall Kalmar FF, and Lars Berg. "He has raced better and better for every race this year," Svanstedt said. "He is going up the whole time. He's an all-around horse. He's nice to handle and nice gaited and can leave fast. I think he can go faster (than 1:50). He was not tired the last time. He was just lazy, so I must push him." Another highly regarded contender is Crystal Fashion, who is 7-2 in the first elimination. He has won five of eight races this year and finished second in the remaining three. For his career, the son of Cantab Hall out of Window Willow has won nine of 20 races and $523,252. He is trained by Jim Campbell, who won the 1995 Hambletonian with Tagliabue, for owner Jules Siegel's Fashion Farms. Siegel was inducted into the Harness Racing Hall of Fame on July 1, the day after Crystal Fashion's win in the Beal. In the Hambletonian Oaks, Takter and Gingras team up with favorite Manchego as they attempt to win the race for the fifth consecutive year. Takter holds the record for Oaks wins with seven. Manchego has won 16 of 18 career races and $986,170 for owners Barry Guariglia's Black Horse Racing, John Fielding, and Herb Liverman. Phaetosive, trained and driven by Trond Smedshammer, has won seven of 11 career races and $377,358. Smedshammer trained 2008 Hambletonian Oaks winner Creamy Mimi and was the trainer and driver of 2004 Hambletonian winner Windsong's Legacy. Phaetosive is owned by Wanda Polisseni's Purple Haze Stables. Following are the fields for the Hambletonian eliminations and the Hambletonian Oaks final. Hambletonian Elimination 1 PP-Driver -Trainer-Morning Line 1-Shoshie Deo-George Brennan-Dewayne Minor-10/1 2-Evaluate-Orjan Kihlstrom-Marcus Melander-15/1 3-Met's Hall-Andy Miller-Julie Miller-10/1 4-Lawmaker-David Miller-Andrew Harris-8/1 5-Wolfgang-Yannick Gingras-Jimmy Takter-5/2 6-Crystal Fashion-Tim Tetrick-Jim Campbell-7/2 7-Atlanta-Scott Zeron-Rick Zeron-3/1 8-Hat Trick Habit-Andy Miller-Scott DiDomenico-12/1 9-Zephyr Kronos-Jimmy Takter-Jimmy Takter-10/1 Hambletonian Elimination 2 PP-Driver -Trainer-Morning Line 1-Fashionwoodchopper-David Miller-Jim Campbell-10/1 2-Patent Leather-David Miller-Jim Campbell-15/1 3-Classichap-Trond Smedshammer-Trond Smedshammer-6/1 4-Alarm Detector-Trevor Henry-Benoit Baillargeon-10/1 5-Fourth Dimension-Brian Sears-Marcus Melander-10/1 6-Southwind Chrome-Scott Zeron-Paula Wellwood-5/1 7-Tactical Landing-Jimmy Takter-Jimmy Takter-4/1 8-You Know You Do-Yannick Gingras-Jimmy Takter-8/1 9-Six Pack-Ake Svanstedt-Ake Svanstedt-2/1 Hambletonian Oaks Final PP-Driver -Trainer-Morning Line 1-Plunge Blue Chip-Ake Svanstedt-Ake Svanstedt-4/1 2-What A Knockout-David Miller-Marcus Melander-20/1 3-Seviyorum-Andy Miller-Julie Miller-15/1 4-Manchego-Yannick Gingras-Jimmy Takter-5/2 5-Phaetosive-Trond Smedshammer-Trond Smedshammer-3/1 6-Hey Blondie-Andy McCarthy-Chuck Sylvester-6/1 7-Live Laugh Love-David Miller-R. Nifty Norman-8/1 8-Lily Stride-Tim Tetrick-Mark Harder-10/1 9-Blonde Magic-Tom Durand-Tom Durand-20/1 10-Nixie Volo-Corey Callahan-John Butenschoen-20/1 by Ken Weingartner, for the USTA  

Seventeen colts and a lone filly entered the 93rd Hambletonian, to be raced as two $100,000 elimination heats for the $1 million final on Saturday, Aug. 4, at the Meadowlands Racetrack, East Rutherford, N.J. Atlanta, a sophomore daughter of Chapter Seven-Hemi Blue Chip, trained and driven by the father-son team of Rick Zeron and Scott Zeron, will attempt to become just the 14th filly to win the Hambletonian title in its 93 years. The last filly to do so was the world champion Continentalvictory in 1996. Post positions for the Hambletonian heats and the $500,000 final of the Hambletonian Oaks for 3-year-old female trotters will be drawn and morning lines assigned on a Facebook live post-position draw at 2 p.m. (EDT) on the Meadowlands Facebook page and also streamed live on the Meadowlands YouTube channel. The top-five finishers in each Hambletonian elimination heat will advance to the same-day final later Saturday afternoon. Elimination winners draw for inside posts 1-5 and all other finalists will then be placed in an open draw. There is no Lasix or any race day medication permitted in the eliminations or finals of the Hambletonian Oaks or Hambletonian Open. The $500,000 Hambletonian Oaks and $1 million Hambletonian will be featured on a live 90-minute broadcast on CBS Sports Network from 4-5:30 p.m. (EDT) on Saturday. Below is the alpha list of entries to the Hambletonian. First Leg of the Trotting Triple Crown; 3-Year-Old Colt Trot in 2018 - $1,000,000 ALPHA LIST Horse Sex Trainer Nominator ALARM DETECTOR C Ben Baillargeon T & E Rankin, C Hamel, S Vena ATLANTA F Rick Zeron Holland Rcg Stb, H Taylor, B Grant, Crawford CLASSICHAP C Trond Smedshammer Purple Haze Stbs LLC CRYSTAL FASHION G Jim Campbell Fashion Farms LLC EVALUATE C Marcus Melander Stall TZ Inc FASHIONWOODCHOPPER C Jim Campbell Fashion Farms LLC FOURTH DIMENSION C Marcus Melander Courant Inc HAT TRICK HABIT C Scott DiDomenico Fred Monteleone Stb LLC LAWMAKER C Anthony MacDonald The Stable Lawmaker Group MET'S HALL C Julie Miller Stroy Inc, Andy Miller Stable Inc PATENT LEATHER C Jim Campbell Fashion Farms LLC SHOSHIE DEO C DeWayne Minor Annemette Minor SIX PACK C Ake Svanstedt Svandstedt, Little E, Stall Kalmar FF, Berg SOUTHWIND CHROME C Paula Wellwood Dreamville Stable TACTICAL LANDING C Jimmy Takter The Tactical Landing Stable WOLFGANG C Jimmy Takter Brixton Medical, Hatfield Stbs, Fair Island Fm YOU KNOW YOU DO C Jimmy Takter Taylor, Order By Stb, Hatfield,Katz, Libfeld Goldband ZEPHYR KRONOS C Jimmy Takter A Libfeld, M Katz, P Soderberg, C Takter 17 Colts and 1 Filly Hambletonian Day is closing day with a post time of 12:00 noon, and the zenith of the Championship Meet. Fans can follow the next two action-filled weekends at Hambletonian.com, meadowlandsracetrack.com and on Twitter at #Hambo18. by Moira Fanning, for the Hambletonian Society 

A limited number of outdoor tables located on the promenade deck are available for Hambletonian Day, Saturday, August 4. The tables are $300 and include admission, program and seating for 4. Those interested in purchasing a table should call Max Segal at 201-460-4050 or email NMR_Exec@playmeadowlands.com This Saturday gates open 10 am with first race at 12 noon. For all things Hambletonian, visit www.playmeadowlands.com and www.hambletonian.org. by Rachel Ryan, for the Meadowlands

The entries, post positions and harness racing morning line odds will be revealed for the Hambletonian and Hambletonian Oaks at the Meadowlands during a live post position draw on Tuesday, July 31 beginning at 2:00 p.m. The event will be streamed exclusively on the Meadowlands Racetrack Facebook page and YouTube channel. Fans should be sure to "Like" the Facebook page or "subscribe" to the YouTube channel in order to view the stream. Marc Malusis, co-host of the "Taz and the Moose" CBS Sports Radio morning show will serve as the co-host and celebrity drawmaster. Rick Zeron, trainer of the 3 year old filly trotter Atlanta who is taking on the boys in the $1 Million Hambletonian, will be a guest on the broadcast. The $1 Million Hambletonian will be broadcast live on CBS Sports Network, 4-5:30 pm on Saturday, August 4. For more information, visit www.playmeadowlands.com or www.hambletonian.com. by Rachel Ryan, for the Meadowlands

    Rank Horse Driver, Trainer, Owner Ken Warkentin’s Comments 1 Six Pack Ake Svanstedt, Ake Svanstedt Inc, Little E, Stall Kalmar FF, Lars Berg NYSS star has emerged as a world champion this season with an amazing 1:50 Dancer division steamrolling first over from post eight, his fifth win in six starts in 2018, ideally set up for August 4 2 Wolfgang Yannick Gingras, Jimmy Takter, Brixton Medical, Goran Falk, Hatfield Stables, Fair Island Farm, Inc. After missing three weeks due to a procedure he dominated his Dancer division in a career best of 1:51.2 to go three-for-three this season, Goodtimes winner is Takter’s prime player 3 Atlanta Scott Zeron, Rick Zeron, Crawford Farms, Holland Racing Stable, Howard Taylor, Brad Grant Undefeated five-for-five this season, sporting a Vernon Downs track record of 1:50.3 in the EBC, fifth filly since 2000 to try the boys & would be the first to beat them since Continentalvictory in 1996 4 Crystal Fashion Tim Tetrick, Jim Campbell, Fashion Farms LLC Heads Jim Campbell’s contingent with four wins & three seconds in seven starts this season, upset the Earl Beal, Jr. Memorial in a career best 1:51.4, fresh off a game 1:53.3 PASS win @ Phl 5 You Know You Do Yannick Gingras, Jimmy Takter, Howard Taylor, Order By Stable, Bud Hatfield, Marvin Katz, Al Libfeld, Sam Goldband 2017 Peter Haughton Memorial winner fresh off a strong second to Six Pack [1:50.2] in the Dancer, second [1:50.2] in a Big M overnight against older horses before that, Takter Plan B peaking perfectly 6 Tactical Landing Jimmy Takter, The Tactical Landing Stable $800,000 brother to Hambo runner up Mission Brief has become one of Takter’s great reclamation projects, grinded gamely to his second straight win on July 20 in 1:52.3, test for class imminent 7 Alarm Detector Trevor Henry, Benoit Baillargeon, Thomas & Elizabeth Rankin, Claude Hamel & Santo Vena O’Brien Award winner came up sick & third [1:53.2] in the Goodtimes, set a fast pace & finished third [1:50.4] to Six Pack in the Dancer, while bouncing back off a break in a Beal elimination 8 Classichap Trond Smedshammer, Purple Haze Stables Rallied for second [1:51.4] behind Wolfgang in the Dancer, held off Tactical Landing in 1:51.1 on July 6 @ The Big M for his only career win, has blossomed at three & quickly proved he belongs 9 Evaluate Corey Callahan, Marcus Melander, Stall TZ Inc  Made his first break (sloppy track) in the Tompkins Memorial @ Big M on July 21, PASS winner in 1:51.4, second to Six Pack in his Beal elimination, a strong fourth [1:52.2] in that Final, chance to regroup 10 Fourth Dimension Brian Sears, Marcus Melander, Courant, Inc 2017 Dan Patch Award winner had a knee boot issue & broke in his Beal elimination, broke again in the Dancer, bounced back with a wire-to-wire 1:52.4 Big M qualifier on July 21 rekindling his hopes    

East Rutherford, NJ - The second Hambletonian Future Wager (HFW) is now closed and the result indicates increased interest. The HFW #2 handle of $13,342 nearly doubled the $6,991 bet on HFW #1.   Six Pack, off his world record effort in the Stanley Dancer Memorial, has been made the favorite at odds of 9-5 when wagering closed at 10pm on Sunday, July 22. The recently announced filly entrant Atlanta came away as the second choice at 3-1 and Wolfgang third choice at 6-1.   The mutual field (all others) was a 5-2 favorite in the first HFW pool but closed at 24-1 in the second pool.   The horses with HFW #2 closing odds are listed below in alphabetical order:   HN - Horse - Odds 1. Alarm Detector 30-1 2. Atlanta 3-1 3. Classichap 34-1 4. Crystal Fashion 17-1 5. Evaluate 42-1 6. Fourth Dimension 11-1 7. Met's Hall 40-1 8. Six Pack 9-5 9. Southwind Chrome 22-1 10. Tactical Landing 11-1 11. Tae Kwon Deo 28-1 12. Wolfgang 6-1 13. You Know You Do 31-1 14. Zephyr Kronos 45-1 15. Field (all others) 24-1   The mutuel field consists all horses not listed as 1-14 above that are eligible to the 93rd Hambletonian, including all fillies eligible to the Oaks.   The minimum future wager is $1 and all future wagers are win wagering only. The winner of each pool will be determined by the official first-place finisher in the 2018 Hambletonian.   The final Hambletonian Future Wager, Pool #3, will open Wednesday (Aug. 1) at noon and closes on Hambletonian Eve, Friday, (Aug. 3) at 10 p.m. Wagering will be available at racetrack and online sites throughout North America.   Past performance and the wager rules are available https://www.hambletonian.com/   The Hambletonian Day card is harness racing's "Greatest Day" and has a post time of noon on Saturday, August 4. Information on the race is available on the web. Information on admission and the events scheduled may be found here.   From the Meadowlands Publicity Department    

MILTON, ON - July 21, 2018 - Superstar harness racing trotting filly Atlanta will attempt to make history by tackling the boys and competing in the $1 million Hambletonian on Saturday, August 4 at The Meadowlands in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Trainer Rick Zeron made the official announcement on Saturday evening (July 21) regarding his decision to race his three-year-old filly Atlanta against the boys rather than against fillies in the $500,000 Hambletonian Oaks. A daughter of Chapter Seven, Atlanta has taken the racing world by storm and is currently undefeated in five starts this season. Zeron was not required to make a decision regarding which route Atlanta would take until this Tuesday (July 24), but noted he and his son, Scott, made their decision weeks ago. "Scott and I decided this about a month ago, but we just kind of kept it all to ourselves and mulled everything all over and did all the right do's and don'ts," said Zeron, who shared the news while preparing to race Saturday at Georgian Downs. "We came up with she's competitive enough to race against the boys." Atlanta was purchased for $60,000 as a yearling at the Harrisburg Sale in November of 2016. The Chapter Seven filly had a solid rookie season, winning four of 10 starts and earning $135,075, but was in the shadow of then-undefeated Manchego. Zeron wasn't shy about declaring high hopes for Atlanta's sophomore season during the winter training months at Sunshine Meadows in Florida. The filly immediately backed up her trainer's statements in her season debut. "We qualified her (April 28) and I told Scott to qualify her around 1:55 and he went 1:54 with her," said Zeron. "He got off the bike and said, 'She's serious.' " "10 days later we tried to get her in a three-year-old filly class at The Meadowlands and they didn't have one. They said 'There is a class, non-winners of $11,500 last five, but you'll be in against colts and a couple of aged trotters.' and I said 'Go ahead'. She sat seventh and Scott moved her at the head of the lane and she won her first start in 1:52." Atlanta's dazzling debut caught the attention of many and proved to Zeron exactly what he had thought for months about his filly. "That's when we knew that she was really special." In just her third start of the season, Atlanta established a Vernon Downs all-age track record of 1:50.3 in the Empire Breeders Classic. The victory vaulted the filly into superstar status and created a buzz among racing fans. Atlanta has since added two more victories to her career totals, which sit at nine wins and $313,309 earned. Her most recent victory occurred Thursday evening in a New York Sires Stakes event at Vernon. Zeron described the victory as a "training mile". The Hambletonian will require Atlanta to race multiple-heats on the same day, unlike the Hambletonian Oaks which has eliminations the week prior to the final. "I'm not that worried about it," said Zeron about racing heats. "She recovers about 12 or 14 minutes after each race." Zeron co-owns Atlanta with partners Crawford Farms, Holland Racing Stable, Howard Taylor and Brad Grant. He noted that his partners have provided full support. "All of my owners are on board with my decision to race her in the Hambletonian." Atlanta will become just the fifth filly since the year 2000 to race against the boys in the Hambletonian. The last filly to capture harness racing's most prestigious trotting event was Continentalvictory in 1996. Zeron's decision to race Atlanta in the sport's biggest trotting event adds tremendous hype to the 93rd Hambletonian and the veteran horseman expects to leave a lasting mark. "This will go down in history." by Mark McKelvie, for Woodbine Communications

Thirteen contestants remain eligible for the "Own A Horse - Hambletonian Edition" presented by Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment and the Hambletonian Society. The contestant paired with the colt that wins the $1 Million Hambletonian takes home $5,000. The lucky thirteen all came out to the track on Crawford Farms Meadowlands Pace Night. They each received racing programs, $20 food voucher and a $100 betting voucher along with the chance to meet their horse in the back paddock. The "Owners" remaining eligible are as follows: Horse First Last Classichap Dawn Lanz Fashionwoodchopper Craig Goodstadt Fourth Dimension Deborah Schreyer Hat Trick Habit Patrick Conway Hill Street Frank Punturieri Met's Hall Gary Hoyt Patent Leather Chris Calabro Samo Different Day Kimberly Bolwell Shoshie Deo Jessica Boehm Six Pack David Kettles Tactical Landing Steven Kortman Wolfgang Tonia Peppers Zephyr Kronos Sandra Vicuna "Owner" of Fashionwoodchopper, Craig Goodstadt was ecstatic on Pace night, "It was a great promo and my kids had an amazing time." The $1 Million Hambletonian is on Saturday, August 4. Doors open 10 am with a 12 noon first post. Fans can find racing, wagering and event day details at http://www.meadowlandsracetrack.com/hambletonian/ From the Meadowlands Publicity Department

Six Pack, Wolfgang, Atlanta Top Three Picks Round two for wagering on the 93rd Hambletonian winner opens at noon (EDT) Friday, July 20, and closes at 10 p.m. (EDT) on Sunday, July 22. Bettors will get two more chances to pick the Hambletonian winner before the race is actually run Saturday, Aug. 4, at The Meadowlands Racetrack in East Rutherford, N.J. Beginning at noon Friday wagering will open on the second of three pools. The first future pool attracted close to $10,000, and with several major preps in the books the front-runners for the $1 million Hambletonian have come into sharp focus. Two divisions of the $181,000 Stanley Dancer Memorial at the Meadowlands last Saturday yielded a world-record performance by Six Pack and a return to the races for the Goodtimes winner Wolfgang. Six Pack, owned by Ake Svanstedt Inc., Little E LLC, Stall Kalmar FF and Lars Berg was trained and driven to victory by Svanstedt in a world record for 3-year-olds male trotters of 1:50. The time shaved a fifth of a second off the old mark of 1:50.1 shared by Donato Hanover and Muscle Hill. The Dancer win also earned Six Pack the No. 1 spot on Meadowlands' announcer/analyst Ken Warkentin’s Road to the Hambletonian, and an appearance at No. 9 on the Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown Top 10 Poll. Six Pack is 4-1 in the Hambletonian Future Pool No. 2. Wolfgang, the No. 2 horse in the Road to the Hambletonian rankings, won his Dancer division by 2-3/4 lengths over Classichap in a career-best 1:51.2. Zephyr Kronos finished third. Wolfgang is owned by Brixton Medical Inc., Goran Falk, Hatfield Stables and Fair Island Farm Inc., driven by Yannick Gingras and trained by four-time Hambletonian winner Jimmy Takter. A son of My MVP-Summer Savory, Wolfgang has won all three of his starts this season and earned $200,415. Wolfgang opens up in the Future Pool No. 2 at 5-1. A new edition to the Future Wager odds line is the filly Atlanta, who sports a perfect slate of five wins in five starts this year, after an easy 1:53.4 victory in a $61,300 division of the N.Y. Sire Stakes at Vernon Downs. The daughter of Chapter Seven-Hemi Blue Chip has racked up $178,234 this year for owners Rick Zeron Stable, Crawford Farms, Holland Racing Stable, Howard Taylor and Brad Grant. Atlanta debuts in the Future Pool at 8-1 Though fillies have their own division in the $500,000 Hambletonian Oaks, several have started in the $1 million event for males in recent years, most recently world champion Mission Brief, who was second to Pinkman in 2015. The horses in each of the pools will be listed in alphabetical order. The mutuel field will consist of the remaining horses eligible to the 93rd edition of America’s Trotting Classic, including fillies eligible to the Oaks. There are no supplements permitted to the Hambletonian or Oaks. Wagering will be available at racetrack and online sites throughout North America and internationally until Sunday, July 22, at 10 p.m. (EDT) when the pool will close. The minimum future wager is $1.00 and all future wagers are win wagering only. The winner of each pool will be determined by the official first-place finisher in the 2018 Hambletonian. The Hambletonian Future Wager will be set-up in the tote system as one separate event. The event code is MZH and the future wager pools will be placed as follows: * Race 2: Hambletonian Future Wager Pool 2-July 20 Opens at noon (EDT)–July 22 Closes at 10 p.m. (EDT). * Race 3: Hambletonian Future Wager Pool 3-Aug. 1 Opens at noon (EDT)–Aug. 3 Closes at 10 p.m. (EDT). Further details available at PlayMeadowlands.com and Hambletonian.com. 2018 Hambletonian Future Wagering – Pool No. 2       HD Horse Odds 1 Alarm Detector 20-1 2 Atlanta 8-1 3 Classichap 15-1 4 Crystal Fashion 8-1 5 Evaluate 15-1 6 Fourth Dimension 20-1 7 Met’s Hall 30-1 8 Six Pack 4-1 9 Southwind Chrome 10-1 10 Tactical Landing 8-1 11 Tae Kwon Deo 30-1 12 Wolfgang 5-1 13 You Know You Do 10-1 14 Zephyr Kronos 20-1 15 THE FIELD (All other horses eligible to Hambletonian and Oaks. Fillies can enter the Open division) 12-1 From the Meadowlands Publicity Office

After a world record performance on Saturday, Six Pack vaults to top spot in Ken Warkentin's Road to the Hambletonian Week 9.   Rank Horse Driver, Trainer, Owner Ken Warkentin’s Comments 1 Six Pack Ake Svanstedt, Ake Svanstedt Inc, Little E, Stall Kalmar FF, Lars Berg Unleashed a stunning world record 1:50 going first over from post eight in his Dancer division, NYSS star set a track record 1:51.2 in the EBC, Ake Svanstedt looks for back-to-back Hambos, “He’s a tough horse.  I had a lot of power coming into the last eight” -AS 2 Wolfgang Yannick Gingras, Jimmy Takter, Brixton Medical, Goran Falk, Hatfield Stables, Fair Island Farm, Inc. Goodtimes winner underwent a procedure, missed three weeks & dominated his Dancer division in a career best 1:51.2 to go three-for-three this season, leads the Takter Hambo battalion 3 You Know You Do Yannick Gingras, Jimmy Takter, Howard Taylor, Order By Stable, Bud Hatfield, Marvin Katz, Al Libfeld, Sam Goldband 2017 Peter Haughton Memorial winner finished a solid second to Six Pack [1:50.2] in the Dancer off a second [1:50.2] in a Big M overnight against older horses, strong Takter back up plan 4 Crystal Fashion Tim Tetrick, Jim Campbell, Fashion Farms LLC Cantab Hall colt with three wins & three seconds (two nose losses) in six starts this season, upset the Earl Beal, Jr. Memorial in a career best 1:51.4, did not race last two weeks 5 Alarm Detector Trevor Henry, Benoit Baillargeon, Thomas & Elizabeth Rankin, Claude Hamel & Santo Vena O’Brien Award & Wm. Wellwood Memorial winner, Goodtimes elimination winner in 1:53.1, came up sick & third [1:53.2] in that Final, set a fast pace & finished third [1:50.4] in the Dancer 6 Classichap Trond Smedshammer, Purple Haze Stables Held off Tactical Landing in 1:51.1 on July 6 @ The Big M for his first career win, rallied for second [1:51.4] behind Wolfgang in the Dancer, Smedshammer trainee ramping it up at the right time 7 Evaluate Corey Callahan, Marcus Melander, Stall TZ Inc  PASS winner in 1:51.4 @ Pocono Downs, second to Six Pack in his Beal elimination, a strong fourth [1:52.2] in that Final, attacked first over & finished fourth in his Dancer division, his tenth career start 8 Fourth Dimension Brian Sears, Marcus Melander, Courant, Inc 2017 Dan Patch Award winner was second [1:52.4] in a track record NYSS @ Tioga Downs, had a knee boot issue in his Beal elimination, broke again in the Dancer & goes into regroup mode 9 Southwind Chrome Scott Zeron, Paula Wellwood, Dreamville Stable Sleeper for Marion Marauder connections, second [1:51.2] in a track record EBC, third [1:51.2] to Classichap & Tactical Landing on July 6 in only sixth career start, did not race last two weeks 10 Tactical Landing Jimmy Takter, The Tactical Landing Stable $800,000 brother to Mission Brief has come a long way in a short time in Takter’s “boot camp”, gained confidence with an easy first win in 1:53.3 @ The Big M on July 13, only his fourth career start     .

This years Hambletonian is shaping up to be a particularly exciting one for many new people to the sport of harness racing. A big reason being that Lawmaker is a real possibility to be in the eliminations this year. Since his third place finish in the Beal memorial at the poconos, our flagship three year old is likely to be added to the august third card in East Rutherford.   Given this news, we have put together a bus trip for anyone looking to experience one of the biggest spectacles in horse racing. We have , transportation, accommodation, and a large group area and buffet on the roof of the meadowlands for Hambo day.   We are filling the bus quickly and only have 56 seats available. When we are sold out we will be finalizing the transportation portion of the trip.   The Stable's 2018 Hambo Trip looks like this:   Trip Package - $910 per couple - All figures are in CDN $ and include applicable tax.   Travel Dates:  Depart August 3 at 8:00 a.m. from Tomiko Training Centre (arrive 6:00 p.m.)  Return August 5 at 8:00 a.m. from Holiday Inn Meadowlands (arrive 6:00 p.m.) Included in this package: Round trip transportation from Tomiko Training Centre to the Holiday Inn Meadowlands on a coach bus equipped with WI-FI.   Hotel accommodations: One room per couple. Singles will be paired with another single of the same sex.   Admission to the Hambletonian and Race Day Program.   Private Viewing Area at The Meadowlands.   Food Ticket for Hambo Day, includes:             Choice of: cheeseburger, 2 hot dogs, or pulled pork; plus potato salad or coleslaw.             Choice of: 2 waters or 1 Bud or Bud Lite Draft Beer.   There is an option for couples to share a room with another couple for a package cost of $670 per couple.   If you have a family, please contact Justin to discuss accommodation options.   Please Note:  Vehicles can be left at Tomiko for the duration of the trip. The Stable and Tomiko Training Centre are not responsible for the security of your vehicle during this time.     All passengers must have a valid passport for crossing the border.     Please contact Justin if you are not taking the bus, but would like to be part of the on-scene group (hotel and race day activities).     If you expressed interest in our original survey about this trip a few months ago, please reconfirm your intentions to participate.   Contact Justin with any questions, or to book your spot: justin@thestable.ca or call (519) 400-5672   From TheStable.ca  

Classichap Enters Top Ten in Road to the Hambletonian Week 8   Rank Horse Driver, Trainer, Owner Ken Warkentin’s Comments 1 Wolfgang Yannick Gingras, Jimmy Takter, Brixton Medical, Goran Falk, Hatfield Stables, Fair Island Farm, Inc. Goodtimes elimination & Final winner, off last three weeks, had a procedure to remove a testicle & lost 10 days of training, tuned up for the Dancer winning a Big M qualifier on July 7 in 1:53 2 Six Pack Ake Svanstedt, Ake Svanstedt Inc, Little E, Stall Kalmar FF, Lars Berg Kicked off 2018 four-for-four, set a track record of 1:51.2 in the EBC Final, won his Earl Beal, Jr. elimination in 1:53.3, a solid second [1:51.4] from post nine in that Final, off last week, Dancer next 3 Fourth Dimension Brian Sears, Marcus Melander, Courant, Inc Last year’s Dan Patch Award winner was second [1:52.4] in a track record 1:52.2 NYSS @ Tioga Downs, looks to rebound in the Dancer after an apparent knee boot issue @ Pocono 4 Crystal Fashion Tim Tetrick, Jim Campbell, Fashion Farms LLC Consistent Cantab Hall colt has three wins & three seconds (two nose losses) in six starts this season, fresh off a two-hole trip upset in the Earl Beal, Jr. Memorial in 1:51.4, did not race last week 5 Evaluate Corey Callahan, Marcus Melander, Stall TZ Inc PASS winner in 1:51.4 @ Pocono Downs, second to Six Pack in his Beal elimination, a strong fourth [1:52.2] in that Final in only his ninth career start, off last week, look for him in the Dancer 6 Alarm Detector Trevor Henry, Benoit Baillargeon, Thomas & Elizabeth Rankin, Claude Hamel & Santo Vena O’Brien Award & Wm. Wellwood Memorial winner, won his Goodtimes elimination in 1:53.1, came up sick & was third [1:53.2] in that Final, regrouped with a 1:53 qualifier @ Mohawk on July 6 7 You Know You Do Yannick Gingras, Jimmy Takter, Howard Taylor, Order By Stable, Bud Hatfield, Marvin Katz, Al Libfeld, Sam Goldband P. Haughton winner & Wm. Wellwood runner up, PASS winner in 1:53.2 on May 26, second [1:50.2] in a Big M overnight on June 29, off last week, bolsters the Takter battalion in the Dancer 8 Classichap Trond Smedshammer, Purple Haze Stables Chapter Seven colt fought off Tactical Landing in an eye-catching 1:51.1 on July 6 @ The Big M for his first career win, Smedshammer won the 2004 Hambo with Windsong’s Legacy 9 Southwind Chrome Scott Zeron, Paula Wellwood, Dreamville Stable Second [1:51.2] in a track record EBC, third [1:51.2] to Classichap & Tactical Landing on July 6 in only sixth career start, progressing for Marion Marauder connections with a crucial test in the Dancer next 10 Samo Different Day Yannick Gingras, Jimmy Takter, Christina Takter, Samo Partners On the board in 11 of 13 as a 2YO, second by a head [1:52.4] with a final quarter of :27.2 in a Big M overnight on June 29, did not race last week & looks to continue ramping it up in the Dancer  

Wolfgang retains the top stop in Ken Warkentin’s Road to the Hambletonian Week 7.  Crystal Fashion jumps up to fourth place after his upset win in the Beal Memorial. The first jewel of harness racing's Triple Crown is the Hambletonian.   Rank Horse Driver, Trainer, Owner Ken Warkentin’s Comments 1 Wolfgang Yannick Gingras, Jimmy Takter, Brixton Medical, Goran Falk, Hatfield Stables, Fair Island Farm, Inc. Won his Goodtimes elimination & Final in 1:52.2 & 1:52.1 to kick off 2018 two-for-two, off last two weeks, Dancer Memorial eliminations next, “I think he’ll be a big time factor in the Hambo” -YG 2 Six Pack Ake Svanstedt, Ake Svanstedt Inc, Little E, Stall Kalmar FF, Lars Berg NYSS champion started off his season four-for-four, set a track record of 1:51.2 in the EBC Final, won his Earl Beal, Jr. elimination in 1:53.3, a solid second [1:51.4] from post nine in that Final 3 Fourth Dimension Brian Sears, Marcus Melander, Courant, Inc 2017 Dan Patch Award winner finished second [1:52.4] in a track record 1:52.2 NYSS @ Tioga Downs, broke [eighth] in his Beal elimination, “We think he got stuck in his knee boot” -MM 4 Crystal Fashion Tim Tetrick, Jim Campbell, Fashion Farms LLC Grand Circuit winner at two has three wins & three seconds (two nose losses) in six starts this season, converted a perfect trip two-hole to upset the Earl Beal, Jr. Memorial in 1:51.4 5 Evaluate Corey Callahan, Marcus Melander, Stall TZ Inc PASS winner in 1:51.4 @ Pocono Downs, won a N/W 4 @ Pocono in 1:53.3, second to Six Pack in his Beal elimination, a strong fourth [1:52.2] in that Final in only his ninth career start 6 Alarm Detector Trevor Henry, Benoit Baillargeon, Thomas & Elizabeth Rankin, Claude Hamel & Santo Vena O’Brien Award & William Wellwood Memorial winner at two, took his Goodtimes elimination in 1:53.1, came up sick & finished third [1:53.2] in that Final, broke [seventh] in his Beal elimination 7 You Know You Do Yannick Gingras, Jimmy Takter, Howard Taylor, Order By Stable, Bud Hatfield, Marvin Katz, Al Libfeld, Sam Goldband P. Haughton winner & Wm. Wellwood runner up, won PASS division in 1:53.2, rebounded off a break in the PA All-Stars @ Pocono Downs with a sizzling second [1:50.2] in a Big M overnight 8 Southwind Chrome Scott Zeron, Paula Wellwood, Dreamville Stable Finished a close second [1:51.2] in a track record EBC, cruised to break his maiden in his Big M debut in 1:54, late-blooming son of Chapter Seven for Marion Marauder connections off last week 9 Samo Different Day Yannick Gingras, Jimmy Takter, Christina Takter, Samo Partners Hit the board in 11 of 13 as a major stakes player at two, grinded gamely first over to finish second by a head [1:52.4] with a final quarter of :27.2 in a Big M overnight on June 29 10 Moosonee Tim Tetrick, Christopher Beaver, Winterbeary Farm LTD Explosive Matter gelding has stepped up this season to win divisions of PASS [1:54] & Currier & Ives [1:53.4] @ The Meadows, finished a close second [1:52.1] in a Beal Consolation KEY PREP RACES Date Stakes Site Winner Trainer Driver 2nd Horse 3rd Horse Time 05/05 Dexter Cup Fhld Lindy’s Big Bang Nifty Norman Dave Miller DON Perlucky 1:56.1 05/11 NYSS VD SIX PACK Ake Svanstedt Ake Svanstedt Voss Volo CRUISING IN STYLE 1:53.1 05/11 NYSS VD Helpisontheway Linda Toscano Tim Tetrick Clive Bigsby VIC’S WINNER 1:55 05/11 NYSS VD DON Julie Miller Andy Miller CLASSICHAP Seven Iron 1:54.3 05/18 NJSS M SHOSHIE DEO Deshawn Minor George Brennan U NEED STONES Brutal Storm 1:56.2 05/18 E. Breeders Elim VD SIX PACK Ake Svanstedt Ake Svanstedt Helpisontheway CLASSICHAP 1:52.1 05/18 E. Breeders Elim VD Seven Iron Linda Toscano Tim Tetrick On The Ropes Voss Volo 1:54.2 05/19 PASS Mea What’s The Word Janice Conner Corey Callahan HILL STREET DAWSON SPRINGS 1:54.1 05/19 PASS Mea CAPTAIN MORGAN Staffan Lind Christian Lind EVALUATE Im Your Captain 1:54.1 05/19 PASS Mea MOOSONEE Chris Beaver Aaron Merriman FASHIONWOODCHOPPER GEMOLOGIST 1:54 05/19 PASS Mea Donatover Trond Smedshammer Trond Smedshammer CRYSTAL FASHION MISSLE HILL 1:54.4 05/25 NJSS M SHOSHIE DEO Dewayne Minor George Brennan U NEED STONES Brutal Storm 1:53.4 05/26 PASS PcD EVALUATE Marcus Melander Corey Callahan CAPTAIN MORGAN Make It A Double 1:51.4 05/26 PASS PcD YOU KNOW YOU DO Jimmy Takter Yannick Gingras MOOSONEE Scirocco Rob 1:53.2 05/26 PASS PcD Whats The Word Janice Connor Corey Callahan HILL STREET Donatover 1:53.2 05/28 E. Breeders Final VD SIX PACK Ake Svanstedt Ake Svanstedt SOUTHWIND CHROME Clive Bigsby 1:51.2 06/01 NJSS Final M SHOSHIE DEO Dewayne Minor George Brennan U NEED STONES Brutal Storm 1:53.4 06/06 Currier & Ives Mea MOOSONEE Chris Beaver Aaron Merriman PATENT LEATHER RICH AND MISERABLE 1:53.4 06/06 Currier & Ives Mea CRYSTAL FASHION Jim Campbell Tim Tetrick Scirocco Rob MEADOWBRANCH RICKY 1:56.2 06/08 Goodtimes Elim Moh WOLFGANG Jimmy Takter Yannick Gingras LAWMAKER Run Director 1:52.2 06/08 Goodtimes Elim Moh ALARM DETECTOR Benoit Baillargeon Trevor Henry Fiftydallarbill CRUISING IN STYLE 1:53.1 06/16 Goodtimes Final Moh WOLFGANG Jimmy Takter Yannick Gingras Stormont Ventnor ALARM DETECTOR 1:52.1 06/23 E. Beal, Jr. Elim PcD Mission Accepted Jeff Conger Ryan Stahl PATENT LEATHER LAWMAKER 1:53.2 06/23 E. Beal, Jr. Elim PcD SIX PACK Ake Svanstedt Ake Svanstedt EVALUATE FASHIONWOODCHOPPER 1:53.3 06.23 E. Beal, Jr. Elim PcD MANCHEGO Jimmy Takter Yannick Gingras CRYSTAL FASHION Mississippi Storm 1:52.4 06/30 Earl Beal, Jr. Mem PcD CRYSTAL FASHION Jim Campbell Tim Tetrick SIX PACK LAWMAKER 1:51.4    

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