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CHESTER, Penn. — Trainer Scott DiDomenico took top honors on the Sunday (Nov. 1) program at Harrah's Philadelphia, with his harness racing stable accounting for three of the afternoon's 13 winners. DiDomenico and driver Tim Tetrick teamed up to sweep the early daily double with Revelry ($4.20, 1:51.3) and Hey Run Me Over ($5.80, 1:54.1) before also claiming the finale with Sweet Beach ($3.40, 1:52.4). The afternoon's featured upper-level conditioned pace saw Semi Tough ($11.00) sustain an uncovered push through the far turn to reel in pacesetting favorite Bettor Memories by a half length in 1:50.4. Yannick Gingras drove the 4-year-old Somebeachsomewhere gelding to victory for trainer Ron Burke and the partnership of the Burke Racing Stable, Frank Baldachino, J&T Silva-Purnel & Libby and Weaver Bruscemi.   Racing returns to Harrah's Philadelphia with 14-race program on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons (Nov. 4-5) at 12:25 p.m. EST. The Friday (Nov. 6) card will begin at 2:05 p.m. EST.     by James Witherite, Harrah's Philadelphia racing media    

SMYRNA, DE  -- Harness racing podcast The Extra Mile offers listeners an in-depth look at Saturday's (Oct. 31) Breeders Crown Pick-8 at Harrah's Hoosier Park.   Presenter James Witherite delves into the Pick-8 sequence, which consists of the Breeders Crown finals for 3-year-olds and older horses, with help from harness racing handicapper -- and fellow former Meadowlands oddsmaker -- Darin Zoccali. Discussions with Breeders Crown participants Bob McClure, driver of On A Streak and Trillions Hanover, and Marcus Melander, trainer of Gimpanzee and others, are also available on the podcast's feed. To listen to "Handicapping the Breeders Crown," click here. To listen to discussion with Bob McClure, click here. To listen to last week's discussion with Marcus Melander about trotting titan Gimpanzee, click here. Listeners can have new episodes of The Extra Mile delivered to their iOS devices by subscribing on Apple Podcasts. Alternately, new episodes can be found at the podcast's new online home.   Listeners are encouraged to follow The Extra Mile on Twitter at @TheExtraMile412.   From 412 Communications    

CHESTER, PA -- A 1:50.1 score from Vettel N ($6.20) in Sunday afternoon's $14,400 top-level pacing feature at Harrah's Philadelphia was the cornerstone of a hat trick for the sister-brother harness racing team of trainer Jenn Bongiorno and driver Joe Bongiorno. The 7-year-old American Ideal gelding sealed off the pocket behind early pacesetter Beach Boogie (Simon Allard) when the gate sprung, and then angled out to seize command at the end of a :27.2 first quarter. From there, Vettel N traveled virtually uncontested through middle splits of :55.2 and 1:22.3 -- only having to contend with a mild first-over challenge from Shneonucrzydiamnd A (Montrell Teague) on approach to the far turn. After parrying that first foe, Vettel N found himself in the crosshairs of 6-5 favorite Itsrockandroll A (Corey Callahan) off the home turn. Vettel N rose to that challenge as well, prevailing by a diminishing half length while driven out. Itsrockandroll A was a strong second, another half length better than Beach Boogie, who rode the pocket for third. Jenn and Joe Bongiorno co-own 24-time winner Vettel N with Brent Hershberger and Robert Devine. The Bongiornos also won with Alex Tye ($2.20, 1:51.3) and Peace Out Posse ($4.00, 1:50.1). Trainer Ron Burke and driver Yannick Gingras teamed up for three wins on the 14-race card as well, accounting for Semi Tough ($3.40, 1:51), Pyro ($4.60, 1:51.1) and Ginger Tree Marty ($3.80, 1:52). Live racing returns to Harrah's Philadelphia on Wednesday afternoon (Oct. 28). The 15-race card will be led by a half-dozen John Simpson Memorial divisions for 3-year-old colts and geldings, the final stakes events of the 2020 meet. Post time is 12:25 p.m. EDT. by James Witherite, Harrah's Philadelphia

SMYRNA, DE -- Harness racing podcast The Extra Mile will present a series of "mini-previews" leading up to the $6 million finals of the Breeders Crown, which take place Oct. 30 and 31 at Harrah's Hoosier Park in Anderson, Ind.   Over the coming days, presenter James Witherite will profile a cross-section of the 160 horses slated to square off in the Breeders Crown. The first such profile, featuring Indiana rookie sensation Somethingbeautiful, was released Thursday afternoon (Oct. 22).   Listeners can have new episodes of The Extra Mile delivered to their iOS devices by subscribing on Apple Podcasts. Alternately, new episodes can be found at the podcast's new online home.   Listeners are encouraged to follow The Extra Mile on Twitter at @TheExtraMile412.   by James Witherite, for The Extra Mile    

Chester, PA — After staving off pressure to prevail on the lead last week, Jack's Shadow N ($5.20) lifted off cover to just nab Itsrockandroll A in Sunday's (Oct. 18) featured harness racing event at Harrah's Philadelphia, a $14,400 top-level conditioned pace. Tim Tetrick was patient early with the 6-year-old Shadow Play gelding, settling just worse than midfield while Da Delightful (Daniel Dubé) worked clear of Rock The Town (Joe Bongiorno) to control early splits of :27.1 and :55.3. Jack's Shadow N became more involved up the backstretch and rode the cover of Itsrockandroll A (Corey Callahan) into contention as the pace intensified to three-quarters in 1:23.1. As Itsrockandroll A pressed into Da Delightful off the home turn, Tetrick flipped Jack's Shadow N three-wide in what proved to be the winning move. Itsrockandroll A collared Da Delightful with a sixteenth to go, but Jack's Shadow N accelerated down the center of the track to win by a neck in 1:50.3. Itsrockandroll A proved a game second; Da Delightful held off a mild inside bid from Rock The Town to save third.   Scott DiDomenico trains Jack's Shadow N for the Triple D Stables, Oompa's Farm and Robert Mondillo. The 17-time winner has now won four of his last five races. Jenn Bongiorno notched a training hat trick, led by a sparkling 1:50.1 mile from Nicholas Beach ($2.60). Joe Bongiorno drove the 4-year-old Somebeachsomewhere gelding to his seventh win in eight starts this season. Wise Image ($5.00, 1:51) and Alex Tye ($5.00, 1:50.4) were Jenn Bongiorno's other victorious trainees on the 14-race card, and both were also driven by Joe. Racing returns to Harrah's Philadelphia on Wednesday (Oct. 21), with a 14-race card scheduled and a $1,235.86 carryover in the Jackpot Hi-5. Post time is 12:25 p.m. EDT.     by James Witherite, Harrah's Philadelphia racing media

Chester, PA -- Jack's Legend ($7.00) withstood the breeze and hung tough for a narrow 1:49 score over None Bettor A in Sunday afternoon's (Oct. 11) $20,000 winners-over pacing harness racing feature at Harrah's Philadelphia. None Bettor A, sent off as the 9-5 favorite, vaulted to the lead from the outside post seven and dictated early splits of :26.4 and :54.3 while in line to George Napolitano Jr. Up the far side, Pat Berry made his move with Jack's Legend N, angling the 6-year-old Bettor's Delight gelding first-over out of third to press a :27 third sectional. Jack's Legend N worked into a narrow lead midway around the home turn, but None Bettor A refused to give way. The two duelled the length of the home straight, with Jack's Legend N prevailing by a scant neck over the game None Bettor A. Itsrockandroll A (Corey Callahan) lifted down the grandstand side to finish third. Trainer Josh Green owns 16-time winner Jack's Legend N in partnership with Rich Lombardo Racing LLC, David Kryway and Eric Good. The 20-cent Jackpot Hi-5 was hit for $7,178.06 in the afternoon's fifth race, as one player held the winning 5-2-7-6-4 combination which was keyed by Loud Splash ($10.00, Berry) and absent 5-2 favorite Barbados. Simon Allard and George Brennan both recorded driving hat tricks on the 14-race program. Racing returns to Harrah's Philadelphia on Wednesday afternoon (Oct. 14); post time is 12:25 p.m. EDT. by James Witherite, Harrah's Philadelphia racing media

SMYRNA, Del. -- The latest episode of The Extra Mile, a new biweekly news-magazine podcast centered around harness racing, became available for streaming and download on Friday (Oct. 9).   In the fourth episode of the podcast, presenter James Witherite is joined by Chris Ryder, trainer of undefeated pacing filly Party Girl Hill, who will take on male competition in Sunday's (Oct. 11) Tattersalls 3-Year-Old Pace at The Red Mile. Additionally, Greg Gangle, raceway manager at The Raceway at the Western Fair District, previews the upcoming extended meeting at the London, Ont., facility.   Listeners can access the current episode of The Extra Mile at this link or by subscribing via Apple Podcasts, and can follow The Extra Mile on Twitter at @DHNExtraMile.   James Witherite Co-Founder, DHN Media Group    

Chester, PA — Trainer Andrew Harris and driver George Napolitano Jr. both notched grand slams — and teamed up to take three races together — on the Sunday afternoon (Oct. 4) harness racing program at Harrah's Philadelphia. Harris and Napolitano teamed up to win a $12,800 pacing for non-winners of five races with Patriot Nation ($8.20, 1:50.1), a $10,000 fourth-level conditioned pace with Our Max Phactor N ($4.00, 1:50.2), and a $5,600 first-level conditioned pace Cinnabar Dragon ($3.80, 1:51.4). Harris additionally won an $8,800 third-level pace with Rock Lights ($4.00, 1:51.3), whom Simon Allard drove, and Napolitano got his first of his four wins on the afternoon with Gilbert Garcia-Owen trainee Sevens Hope A ($2.80, 1:53.1) in a $15,000 claiming pace. The afternoon's featured event — a $14,400 top-level conditioned pace — saw Vettel N ($8.20) and driver Tony Morgan draft in the pocket behind dueling leaders Jack's Shadow N and Prince Of Tides before sneaking up the open stretch to win by a neck in 1:51.2. Itsrockandroll A lifted off cover for second over the game Jack's Shadow N. Trainer Jenn Bongiorno co-owns Vettel N, a 7-year-old American Ideal gelding, with Joe Bongiorno, Brent Hershberger and Robert Devine. Racing returns to Harrah's Philadelphia on Wednesday afternoon (Oct. 7) with a 14-race card programmed and a $4,738.47 carryover in the Jackpot Hi-5. Post time is 12:25 p.m. EDT.     by James Witherite, Harrah's Philadelphia racing media

Chester, PA -- Jack's Legend N ($12.40) lifted off second-over cover and used a vicious :26.4 closing sectional to overpower 3-5 favorite Rodeo Rock for a 1:49.3 score -- his second straight harness racing victory -- in Sunday's (Sept. 27) $14,400 pacing feature at Harrah's Philadelphia. After recording a pillar-to-post win at Harrington on Monday (Sept. 21), Pat Berry changed tactics with the 6-year-old Bettor's Delight gelding and settled into fifth behind a :26.4 first-quarter duel between Pyro (Simon Allard) and Proper One (Todd McCarthy). After rating a :55.2 half, Pyro faced intensifying first-over pressure up the far side from Rodeo Rock (David Miller), and Jack's Legend N was perched second-over off a :26.4 third-quarter duel. Rodeo Rock kept the heat on through the far turn and was able to reel Pyro in, but Jack's Legend N pounced with fresh legs in upper stretch -- drawing off to defeat the dueling pair by 1-1/4 lengths. Rodeo Rock narrowly nabbed Pyro for the runner-up spot.   Trainer Josh Green co-owns 15-time winner Jack's Legend N with Richard Lombardo, David Kryway and Eric Good. Green led all trainers with a double on the program, while drivers David Miller, George Napolitano Jr. and Tim Tetrick notched two wins apiece as well. The Jackpot Hi-5 carryover is on the rise again, now standing at $2,346.64 for the return of live racing to Harrah's Philadelphia on Wednesday (Sept. 30). Post time is 12:25 p.m. EDT.   by James Witherite, Harrah's Philadelphia racing media

SMYRNA, DE -- The latest harness racing episode of The Extra Mile, a new biweekly news-magazine podcast centered around Standardbred racing, became available for streaming and download on Wednesday (Sept. 23).   The third episode avails listeners a preview of Thursday's (Sept. 24) Little Brown Jug, along with an inside look at the inaugural Mohawk Million, slated for Saturday (Sept. 26) at Woodbine Mohawk Park. Harness racing media veteran James Witherite presents the biweekly podcast, which features guests Jim Campbell, Carmen Auciello and Mark McKelvie.   Listeners can access the current episode of The Extra Mile at this link or by subscribing via Apple Podcasts, and can follow The Extra Mile on Twitter at @DHNExtraMile.   From the DHN Media Group

Chester, PA — Scott DiDomenico captured top billing on Sunday afternoon's (Sept. 20) 14-race card at Harrah's Philadelphia, winning with three of his harness racing trainees at the riverside oval. DiDomenico, whose Triple D Stables Inc. registered an owning treble as well, sent Sweet Beach ($4.60, 1:53) to victory in a first-level conditioned pace before also haltering Numbered Account ($10.60, 1:51.4) and Jack's Shadow N ($2.40, 1:51.3), who proved best in their respective third-level pacing events. Tim Tetrick drove all three of DiDomenico's winners, and he also drove Chris Temming's Barbados ($2.80, 1:52.3) to victory in a $20,000-$25,000 claiming handicap. Tetrick's grand slam was matched by George Napolitano Jr. and Simon Allard. In the afternoon's featured event, a fifth-level conditioned pace with an $11,600 purse, Jenn Bongiorno trainee Vettel N ($43.20) secured the pocket and drafted comfortably behind Alluneedisfaith N before reaching up the open stretch to just nose out the late-rallying Casual Cool in 1:51.3. Tony Morgan drove the 7-year-old American Ideal gelding for the Jenn Bongiorno Stable LLC, Joe Bongiorno, Brent Hershberger and Robert Devine.   Live racing returns to Harrah's Philadelphia with a 15-race card on Wednesday (Sept. 23), with Liberty Bell stakes for Pennsylvania-sired 2-year-old fillies taking center stage. Post time is 12:25 p.m. EDT.     by James Witherite, Harrah's Philadelphia racing media

Chester, PA — After being outmatched by the likes of Filibuster Hanover at Pocono, Southwind Ozzi ($4.80) returned to the site of his only prior harness racing win to date this year — Harrah's Philadelphia — and delivered a decisive 1:51 score in Sunday afternoon's (Sept. 13) $14,400 top-level pacing feature. The 4-year-old Somebeachsomewhere entire landed in midfield in the early stages while Joesstar Of Mia A (Simon Allard) strode clear to control soft early fractions of :28 and :57.2. Before the midway stage, Daniel Dubé angled Southwind Ozzi off the pegs from fourth to gain ground, and gain ground he did. Southwind Ozzi attacked Joesstar Of Mia A up the backstretch and used a :25.4 individually-timed third quarter to seize command. After hitting the three-quarter mark in 1:23.3, Southwind Ozzi opened up a 3-1/2 length lead through the final turn, three of which he maintained at the winning post. Joesstar Of Mia A narrowly held second over Jack's Legend (Pat Berry), who sustained his pursuit after losing cover up the far side. Bill MacKenzie trains 12-time winner Southwind Ozzi for Vincent Ali Jr. and Alma Iafelice. In the sub-featured $11,600 pace, Rock The Devil ($3.80) rode the pocket en route to a 1:49.2 victory — the day's fastest mile — over pacesetter Imarocnrollegend N. Todd McCarthy drove the 6-year-old Rock N Roll Heaven gelding for trainer Richard 'Nifty' Norman. Tim Tetrick led all drivers with five wins on the program, winning with Barbados ($3.60, 1:51.3), Rockabilly Charm ($28.60, 1:52.1), Rock The Town ($8.40, 1:51.1), Daddyofemall ($3.20, 1:52.2) and Melanie's Tedy ($6.40, 1:53.1). Racing returns to Harrah's Philadelphia with a 14-race program on Wednesday afternoon (Sept. 16). Post time is 12:25 p.m. EDT.     by James Witherite, Harrah's Philadelphia

The latest episode of The Extra Mile, a new biweekly news-magazine podcast centered around Standardbred harness racing, became available for streaming and download on Wednesday (Sept. 9). The episode focuses on some of the top fillies currently in training, including the undefeated Party Girl Hill and New York standout Love A Good Story.   James Witherite and Kimberly French, two of harness racing's most travelled and respected journalists, present the biweekly podcast, which features guests Yannick Gingras and Julie Miller.   Listeners can access the current episode of The Extra Mile at this link, and can follow The Extra Mile on Twitter at @DHNExtraMile.   From the DHN Media Group    

Chester, PA — Party Girl Hill ($2.40) looked every bit the part of a divisional harness racing champion on Sunday (Sept. 6) at Harrah's Philadelphia, keeping her undefeated record intact with a decisive 1:48.4 score in the $253,000 Pennsylvania Sire Stakes final for sophomore pacing fillies. Just eight days removed from her 1:49.2 victory in the Fan Hanover at Woodbine Mohawk Park, the daughter of Captaintreacherous once again asserted her superiority — and in almost identical fashion to her recent Grand Circuit triumph. Dexter Dunn floated Party Girl Hill forward from her pole position, but allowed Rocknificent (Scott Zeron) and New Year (George Napolitano Jr.) to dispute a :26.4 first quarter before brushing from third to clear command with just over a lap to go. After rating a :55.1 half, Party Girl Hill braced for a first-over challenge from JK First Lady (Andy McCarthy), who steadily advanced from fourth up the far side to force a :26.4 third sectional. Party Girl Hill's lead slipped to a length off the home turn, but she responded with a :26.4 quarter of her own, sprinting off at first asking before being taken in hand in the final yards of her 2-1/2 length victory. JK First Lady was a clear second, 2-1/4 lengths ahead of tiring pocket rival Rocknificent. Chris Ryder trains Party Girl Hill, whose 1:48.4 mile broke the existing track and stakes records for 3-year-old pacing fillies, for owner-breeder Tom Hill. She has won all nine of her career starts and amassed $482,181 in purses. Party Girl Hill completed a sire stakes hat trick for Dunn, who also captured the $252,000 finals for 3-year-old colts and geldings aboard pacer No Lou Zing ($6.60) and trotter Amigo Volo ($2.80). No Lou Zing, who only broke maiden on June 20, has since vaulted into the upper echelon of sophomore pacers and proved his place among them with a sharp 1:49.3 effort. Dunn was reserved early on with the Sweet Lou gelding and remained in midfield while 3-5 favorite Allywag Hanover (Tim Tetrick) brushed from fourth after stalking a :25.4 quarter. Allywag Hanover maintained a spritely pace through middle splits of :53.4 and 1:21.1 and was forced to exert even more into the far turn while Sandbetweenmytoes (Andy McCarthy) encroached on the outside and No Lou Zing stalked from second-over. With just over a furlong remaining, Dunn flipped No Lou Zing three-wide, and he vaulted to the lead in upper stretch before striding two lengths clear. The Greek Freak (Matt Kakaley) saved second from a hard-earned pocket, while Cattlewash (David Miller) narrowly upended Allwag Hanover for third. No Lou Zing rallied off cover to upend Allywag Hanover in the PASS 3-year-old colt pace final.  -- Grace Zimmers photo Nancy Takter trains five-time winner No Lou Zing for the 3 Brothers Stables, Rojan Stables and Caviart Farms. Amigo Volo lived up to odds-on billing in the 3-year-old male trot, scooting away from EL Ideal's stern head-stretch challenge by 2-3/4 lengths and delivering a 1:52.3 victory. Amigo Volo yielded to early speedster EL Ideal (Andy Miller) on the first turn, only for Dunn to angle him out and claim control just beyond a :27.3 first quarter. After stealing a :57.2 half-mile split, the Father Patrick gelding accelerated up the far side, reaching three-quarters in 1:24.4 before EL Ideal again emerged from the pocket. Amigo Volo made easy work of his challenger, sprinting off in upper stretch to record the 10th win of his career. EL Ideal was an isolated second, 5-1/2 lengths better than Patriarch Hanover (Kakaley). Odds-on favorite Amigo Volo kicked clear in upper stretch to win the PASS 3-year-old colt trot final. -- Grace Zimmers photo Richard 'Nifty' Norman trains Amigo Volo, whose career earnings now stand at $946,719, for the Pinske Stables and David J. Miller. Dunn's lone sire stakes defeat came in the $252,000 final for 3-year-old trotting fillies, which saw Ron Burke trainee Crucial ($42.80) and David Miller spring a massive upset in a race that figured to be a showdown between Sister Sledge and Next Level Stuff. Predictably, Next Level Stuff (Tetrick) assumed early control, but kept early challenger Queen Of The Hill — and Dunn — parked through early splits of :27 and :56 while Crucial established the pocket and 2-5 favorite Sister Sledge (Brian Sears) assumed second-over position. As Queen Of The Hill worsened in the breeze nearing three-quarters in 1:24, Sister Sledge angled three-wide but failed to fire, but Next Level Stuff wasn't home free. Crucial angled out of the pocket turning for home and lifted clear by 1-1/2 lengths to win in 1:52.4. Sweet Shirley Mae (Andy Miller) and Dip Me Hanover (Scott Zeron) emerged to take second and third respectively over an engulfed Next Level Stuff. Crucial rode the pocket en route to a 20-1 upset in the PASS 3-year-old filly trot final.   -- Grace Zimmers photo It was the seventh career win for Crucial, who campaigns for the Burke Racing Stable, Bill Donovan, J&T Silva-Purnel & Libby, and Weaver Bruscemi. In addition to his win with Amigo Volo, Norman captured two of the four $50,000 Pennsylvania Sire Stakes consolations on the card: Annabelle Hanover ($9.40, Dunn) took the 3-year-old filly pace in 1:50.3, and Chestnut Hill ($8.20, David Miller) won the 3-year-old colt and gelding trot in 1:53.2.   Sherry Lyns Lady ($10.60, Tetrick) wired her foes in the 3-year-old filly trot in 1:54.4 for trainer Jim Campbell, and Manticore ($2.80, Jordan Stratton) delivered a dynamite 1:49.2 mile in the 3-year-old colt pace consolation for trainer Bruce Saunders.     by James Witherite, Harrah's Philadelphia racing media

Chester, PA — Backstreet Shadow ($3.40) led a training triple for Ron Burke on Sunday afternoon (Aug. 30) at Harrah's Philadelphia with a sharp 1:48.4 score in the featured $20,000 winners-over harness racing pacing event. Tim Tetrick angled the 5-year-old Shadow Play gelding out from midfield as Jack's Legend N (Pat Berry) worked to clear the lead from Respect Our Flag (Joe Bongiorno) at the end of a :26.4 first quarter. Just as Jack's Legend N took control, Backstreet Shadow surged forward outside of rivals and worked to the top just before reaching the half in :54.3. Up the backstretch, Backstreet Shadow was forced to pick up the pace by Western Joe (George Napolitano Jr.), who advanced first-over to apply mild pressure through a :27 third sectional. Backstreet Shadow responded in kind, edging clear to win by 2-1/4 lengths in 1:48.4. Western Joe dug deep to protect second from Jack's Legend N, who was a one-paced third from the pocket. Burke trains 23-time winner Backstreet Shadow, who captured the Roll With Joe at Tioga Downs earlier this summer, for the partnership of the Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi, Larry Karr and J&T Silva-Purnel & Libby. Burke also teamed up with driver Joe Bongiorno for a pair of wins on the card, combining with Jahan Hanover ($2.20), a 13-1/2-length, 1:51.2 winner over Ginger Tree Pete in an entry-level conditioned event; and Twin B Tuffenuff ($4.00), who just collared Statement Made A in 1:51.3 in a $11,600 upper-level conditioned pace. Racing returns to Harrah's Philadelphia on Wednesday afternoon (Sept. 2), with a $2,241.53 carryover in the Jackpot Hi-5. Post time is 12:25 p.m. Eastern.     by James Witherite, Harrah's Philadelphia racing media

Chester, PA -- Horsemen are advised of an adjusted draw schedule for the upcoming week of harness racing at Harrah's Philadelphia, as a result of live racing occurring on Labor Day (Mon., Sept. 7).   Most notably, horsemen planning to enter the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes finals and consolations for 3-year-olds, which are slated for next Sunday, Sept. 6, must enter their horses by Tuesday (Sept. 1), one day earlier than usual.   The entire schedule is as follows:   Race Day (Draw Day) Friday, Sept. 4 (Monday, Aug. 31) Sunday, Sept. 6 (Tuesday, Sept. 1) -- PA Sire Stakes finals Monday, Sept. 7 (Wednesday, Sept. 2) Wednesday, Sept. 9 (Thursday, Sept. 3) Thursday, Sept. 10 (Friday, Sept. 4)   Entries close at 9 a.m. each morning.   For further information, please contact the Harrah's Philadelphia race office at 484.490.2222.   by James Witherite, Harrah's Philadelphia Racing Media  

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