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DAYTON PA - For the second time in seven days, the Yankee Cruiser three-year-old pacing filly Singalongwithbing made a contribution to 2016's all-out assault on the harness racing track record books at Pennsylvania's county fairs, on Wednesday winning at the Dayton (PA) Fair in 1:59.4.   That clocking was a fifth faster than the previous Dayton standard first set by Caramel Chinno five years ago to the day, and then tied by Keystone Wanda in 2013, and it came a week after Singalongwithbing (maybe they though the sire's name was Yankee Crooner) had equaled the divisional standard of 2:00.4 at Honesdale. At Dayton Singalongwithbing notched her fifth PA fair circuit victory by defeating stablemate Gymnast Hanover for driver Chris Shaw and trainer/owner Jason Shaw.   The Shaws would then go on to sweep the Sire Stake for this age/sex/gait with the Moon Beam filly Unbeamlieveable, who crossed the wire in 2:01 for her sixth win at the fairs, with driver Shaw and trainer Shaw joined by Jason's son and the filly's owner Mason as Team Unbeamlieveable. This is the filly who was the winningest freshman filly in North America during 2015, and the track record that Singaongwithbing tied at Honesdale had been first set by --- Unbeamlieveable, during a short meet at Honesdale earlier that week!   In fact, the fair records achieved by these three hard-hitting sophomores is amazing: Unbeamlieveable is 9-6-3-0, Singalongwithbing is 9-5-3-1, and Keystone Gymnast is 9-3-4-2, meaning that the threesome has not been off the board in 27 trips to the gate this summer!   In this day dedicated to sophomores, it is surprising that the Shaws' star pacing gelding Star Of Terror did not have the fastest time of the day, but not only did he not have that distinction, but he wasn't even the fastest winner in two divisions of pacing males! However, the son of Western Terror was victorious in a mile in 2:00.1, his fifth straight win and his seventh at the fairs (second only to 2PF Camera Lady, who will try to add her 10th Keystone fair win here tomorrow) for Fortunate One LLC.   The day's other magic mile went to the Art's Card Trick gelding Captain Dinger, who stopped the clock in 2:00 for his co-owners, driver James Dodson and trainer Ron Lineweaver.   In all, Chris Shaw drove five winners on the ten-race card, and Jason Shaw harnessed four triumphant horses, to add to their season-long leads; driver Steve Schoeffel, with three wins, and trainer Bill Daugherty Jr., with two victories, were next in line, the two combining for a trotting winner from both sexes: Rail Kat (2:03.4), a gelding who is now five-for-five at the fairs, and the filly Waterview Hanover (2:03), who set her division's track record of 2:01 in a stop earlier this year at Dayton.   The Wite-Out, Sharpies, and pencils with big erasers (there have now been 28 track records set at the PA fairs so far this season) will get a rest until high noon on Thursday, when they will be called to stand ready for the taking of the Dayton track by the two-year-olds.   Publicity Office, Pennsylvania Fair Harness Horsemen's Association

CLEARFIELD PA - Team Shaw reigned on the final day (Wednesday) of the four-day harness racing meeting at the Clearfield County (PA) Fairgrounds, with brothers Chris (driver) and Jason (trainer) combining on six winners during the 11-race card, and Jason's son Mason, the Team's principal owner, having a hand in four of the winners - or one for every year of his existence. On a day devoted to three-year-old pacers, Chris and Jason won half of the two Quaker State events and half of the four colt Sire Stakes contests, while taking down three of five Sires features for the fillies.   The "Star" of the season so far for the Shaws has been Star Of Terror, a Western Terror gelding owned by Fortunate One LLC, who on Wednesday rewrote a track record that stretched back a good many years, with his 1:59 victory knocking 2/5 of a second off the former mark shared by Shu Hanover (2004), Real Hanover (2005, 11 years ago to the day), and Lahaye (2009). The swift mile was his third 2:00 performance on the PA fair circuit, tops so far in 2016, and the track record for his sophomore pacing colt division was his second (the other included equaling the all-age record at Butler, 2:00.2), tying him with three other horses who also have posted a pair of new standards at the Keystone twicearounds.   Another magic mile was posted by the Shaws' filly Unbeamlieveable, who last year won 13 times, all at the fairs, to lead all North American freshman pacing fillies in victories. The daughter of Moon Beam came back to the races earlier in 2016 and posted decent results, but her "summer-y" has improved markedly since Fair Time rolled around, as she now has a 6-4-2-0 record in 2016 along the fair circuit after winning in 1:59.2 for the brothers and Jason's son/owner Mason, who has built a huge college fund that he will start using in about 14 years.   The sextet of victories on Wednesday (nobody else had more than one) vaulted the Shaws to honors for the meet, with Chris winning the Buster DiSalvo trophy by winning eight times, seven times with trainees of Jason's to put his brother on top of his column.   The Pennsylvania Fair Circuit now has a "split week," at two venues 359 miles apart. The Wayne County Fair at the Honesdale Fair Grounds, in the northeast corner of the state, will race four cards, two under their "special 2-day Sire Stakes meet" tag Saturday and Sunday, and then two for the "fair meet" on Tuesday and Wednesday. Those latter two dates will also feature harness racing at the Greene County Fairgrounds in Waynesburg PA, hometown of Dave Palone and in the southwest corner of the state.   Publicity Office, Pennsylvania Fair Harness Horsemen's Association

WATTSBURG PA - Major Matter, driven by harness racing trainer Rick Beinhauer, equaled the all-age track trotting record at the Erie County Fairgrounds in this northwest Pennsylvania town on Sunday, with the sophomore Explosive Matter gelding covering the mile in 2:04 to tie the 28-year-old local standard of Smokey Crown on the second day of the two-day meet kicking off the 2016 Pennsylvania fair racing season.   Major Matter took to the track in the very first race on Sunday, just as sunny as the day before but cooler and with a quartering wind, and got the track buzzing right way on this day of PA Fair Sire Stakes for three-year-olds, going around the half-mile oval, which was in great shape, in fractions of 30.3, 1:01.4, and 1:32.3 before trotting home to the historic 2:04 clocking, first set, and in this division, by Smokey Crown and driver David Brocklehurst in 1988. Trainer/driver Beinhauer has literally every right to be proud of his horse, winner of his PA Fair Championship at The Meadows last year, as he is also co-owner and co-breeder of the new track recordholder with his wife Regina.   After the record trotting mile, the major news headline of the day would seem to rest on Team Shaw, trainer Jason Shaw and brother/driver Chris Shaw, as they combined to win three of the four divisions of the sophomore filly pace Sire Stakes. Jason's young son Mason Shaw added to his already-bulging college fund when his Unbeamlievable, last year's North American leader in divisional victories with 13, quickly showed her fair-loving form, the daughter of Moon Beam the fastest winner in his section with a 2:04.1 - 29.2 triumph.   The other two filly winners are owned by Jason, Quick Hot Passion (a maiden win in 2:04.3) and Singalongwithbing (2:05.3, lowering her mark by almost four seconds). The trio of triumphs gave the brothers four wins each in their respective categories for their weekend's work and thus a share of meet honors with the redoubtable Roger Hammer on the sulky side and with Bob Rougeaux III on the training end of things. Hammer and Rougeaux each scored three wins on Saturday and one on Sunday, with the Shaws and their fillies reversing those days' achievements in earning their statistical ties.   Well Lets See, an 11-time winner while proving a tough hombre in the two-year-old pacing colt fair ranks in 2015, was ready for fair season right away, posting a 2:03.4 triumph for owner Frank Chick and trainer Kevin Lare. Lare also took a rare turn in the sulky in guiding the Well Said gelding to the winners circle - in fact, Kevin achieved his only driving triumph in 2015 (on a severely-limited sulky schedule, to be fair) behind Well Lets See, at Butler on July 2, and to go back into history he has paraded no other horse back to Victory Lane since handing Political Terror in winning at Dover Downs on January 9, 2013, as he continues his own stirring story on the comeback trail.   That 2:03.4 by Well Lets See would prove to be a tick short of the fastest pacing mile of the Sire Stakes division, the day, and the meet, as a race earlier the Art's Card Trick gelding Wont Be Nothing continued to escape scorn for his bad grammar with good racing, lowering his mark to 2:03.3 for owner/trainer/driver Cory Kreiser.   The Pennsylvania fair season will next gather at Butler PA on the last day of the first half of the calendar year (Wednesday, June 30) and the first day of the second half of the calendar year (Thursday, July 1).   Publicity Office, Pennsylvania Fair Harness Horsemen's Association

WASHINGTON, PA, Oct. 5, 2014 -- Fly Past Hanover, a 3-year-old trotting gelding, shot the Lightning Lane and notched his second straight Pennsylvania Fairs championship Saturday at The Meadows On a festive evening that featured many family-oriented activities, The Meadows hosted all eight fairs finals, each with a purse of $25,000 -- up 25 percent from last year. Aaron Merriman piloted three champions, including a pair -- Fly Past Hanover and Wimborne Hanover -- for trainer William Daugherty, Jr. Fly Past Hanover stalked the favorite, Mr Weaver, from the pocket and blew by inside to triumph in 1:59.2 for his 22nd victory over the past two seasons, downing Mr Weaver by 2-1/4 lengths. Faust was third. Daugherty said he wasn't surprised the son of Cantab Hall-Flexible Spending was able to repeat as champion. "He's a good honest trotter -- 90 percent sound, no big problems," Daugherty said. "We got rained out three or four times this summer; that gave him a little rest." In the other championships: 3-Year-Old Filly Trot -- Sheema Star Sheema Star provided the night's tote board pyrotechnics when she shed excess cover in the lane to pull off a 50-1 shocker in 1:59.3 and give driver Brady Brown his first career victory at The Meadows. She Nuit was second by a head, with Hearts Content third. "When I saw I was following the morning-line favorite, I knew we wouldn't be on the fence long," Brown said. "I figured I would have cover carrying me all the way to the stretch. My plan was to come from the back anyway. Everything worked out." Ashley Brown owns and trains the daughter of SJ's Caviar-Hearts In Bloom. 3-Year-Old Filly Pace -- Wiggle It Hanover Not to be outdone by his buddy Brown, Shawn Johnston captured his initial driving victory at The Meadows when Wiggle It Hanover -- a daughter of Dragon Again-Western Gesture that Johnston also owns and trains -- rallied to capture only her second lifetime win in 1:56.3. La Fiesta, the PA Fairs juvenile champion, was second, a head back, while Fixed Income earned show. "They were all itching to get out of there, but she likes to come off the pace," Johnston said. "Was there anything holding her back? Probably me." Johnston received congratulations of sorts when his fellow horsemen doused him with two buckets of icy water. 3-Year-Old Colt & Gelding Pace -- Wellsaidandone Seated early by the determined Ruffle Up and Roger Hammer, Wellsaidandone had more pop late and blazed by the leader to score in 1:53.4 for Merriman, trainer Mike Gillock and owner Harry Locke. On a brusque night when stake records seemed safe, the Well Said-Yenta Hanover gelding missed the stake mark by a tick, an impressive performance. "That horse of Roger's looked like he'd been getting his own way at the fairs," Merriman said. "I thought if he got cheap fractions, he'd be tough to beat. My horse really exploded out of the hole and made my job extremely easy." 2-Year-Old Colt & Gelding Trot -- Wimborne Hanover Wimborne Hanover soared over $100,000 in earnings with his win in 1:59.3. Bambam Lauxmont was second, 3/4 lengths in arrears, while Music Man De Vie completed the ticket. The victory by the Muscle Massive-Wherley gelding wasn't surprising -- he was the 1-2 favorite -- but the front-end style was, as Daugherty previously indicated the youngster had become too hot. "In this field, I thought he might have to go to the front," Daugherty said. "He's been good and solid since I changed his bit, but he wasn't going to get a seat tonight. Aaron said he got a little lazy near the wire." 2-Year-Old Filly Trot -- Isabella Carina Brian Zendt drove Isabella Carina in her most recent outing, a Keystone Classic split, and what he learned proved instrumental in her victory Saturday. "We made some rigging changes," Zendt said. "She had a Murphy blind, and she acted like she couldn't see right. She had her head kind of cocked sideways. We took that off, and she was much better tonight. She's a Cadillac -- wants to do everything right." The daughter of Tom Ridge-Bellissimo moved three wide down the backside and drew off by 5-1/2 lengths to score in 1:59.2. Susie B and Peoplesayimnogood completed the ticket. Walter "Boots" Dunn conditions the homebred Isabella Carina for Dunn Stable. 2-Year-Old Filly Pace -- Keystone I Wish Although she trailed by 5 lengths down the backside, Keystone I Wish tracked down the loose leader, Angel Plus, and scored in 1:57. Tropical Terror, the "winningest" freshman in harness racing with 16 victories, lacked late racing room and settled for second, 1-1/2 lengths behind, while Angel Plus saved show. "I was a little concerned (with her position), but this filly will chase one down," said winning driver Todd Schadel, who trains the daughter of Art Official-I Will -- an $8,000 Harrisburg buy-back -- and owns with Christine Schadel. 2-Year-Old Colt & Gelding Pace -- Marshmallow Pulse Marshmallow Pulse not only grabbed the championship in 1:57.1, but he also extended a streak -- in the money in all 17 career starts. Tony Hall drove the Quik Pulse Mindale-Marshamarshamarsha gelding for trainer Jason Shaw and owner Mason Shaw who, although only 2, showed his savvy as a horseman yet again. Nippy was second, 3-3/4 lengths back, with Given Up Terror third. "He tries every time he goes on the racetrack," Jason Shaw said of his $4,500 yearling acquisition. "He gives you everything he's got. Next year we may try some early closers here, then back to the fairs." by Evan Pattak, for the Meadows

$200,000 will be on the line on Saturday night at The Meadows, as the 2014 Pennsylvania Fair Finals will be featured as part of a special 13-race evening card. Post time is 6:55PM.   Horses have been traveling the circuit since mid-June earning points in Pennsylvania Sire Stake fair events at 21 venues. The top eight point-earners in each of eight divisions will meet for the annual championship events.   The Meadows Standardbred Owners Association (MSOA)  will also host a Family Fun Night, helping to bring the county fair atmosphere to the track with plenty of activities for kids.   Parade marshal Wendy Ross will have a special tribute to America between races 3 and 4 on the card, and after the 6th race a special Gold Medal Celebrity Match Race will take place, featuring former Pittsburgh Penguin Bob Errey and former basketball star and current University of Pittsburgh basketball coach Suzie McConnell-Serio. Errey earned a gold medal in 1997 as part of Team Canada in the World Hockey Championships, and McConnell-Serio was a member of the 1988 USA Olympic championship winning women's basketball team.   On the track, eight $25,000 PA Fair Finals will be the top attraction, featuring some of the top winning horses in the nation. Freshman pacing filly Tropical Terror, trained by Jason Shaw for owner Mason Shaw, and driven by Chris Shaw will look for win #17 on the season. In 18 starts, the Western Terror filly has 16 wins and 2 second place finishes, and has the rail in race #2.   Sophomore filly trotter Cantabs Lightning, owned, trained and driven by Wayne Long, has won 10 of 16 this season. The Cantab Hall filly has drawn post 4 in the sixth race on the card.   In the 3YO pacing filly ranks, Allstar Morning, owned by Kristen and Ethan Spahn, has won 10 of 26 this year and has post 3 in the 7th race. Dave Palone drives the Four Starzzz Shark filly for trainer Gerald Lee.   Police Navidad, who has the rail in the 8th race 2YO colt trot, has won 11 of 17 this season for owners Lander Stables, Kathy & Virginia Schoeffel and Jim Reuther. The Muscle Massive gelding is trained and driven by Steve Schoeffel.   Another Shaw Stable entrant, Marshmallow Pulse, has the rail in the freshman colt pace. In 16 starts, the Quik Pulse Mindale gelding has 12 wins and has never been worse than third. Tony Hall will drive. The main challenger will be his stablemate, Nippy, with Chris Shaw driving. Nippy, a Nuclear Breeze gelding, has won 14 of 17 with three second place finishes.   Two more double-digit winners will square off in the 3YO colt trot, as Mr Weaver (12 for 23) will face Fly Past Hanover (11 for 22). Mr Weaver has post 1 for owners John and Owen McMullen. John McMullen trains and Wilbur Yoder drives. Fly Past Hanover is owned by Susan Daugherty, trained by Bill Daugherty, and will be driven by Aaron Merriman.   The MSOA is proud to host the event once again this year, and looks forward to a fan-friendly night.   by Jeff Zidek, for the MSOA

At this second-to-last stop on the Pennsylvania Fair Sire Stakes circuit this summer this past Sunday and Monday, there were many fine and fast miles, more pointtotal champions crowned, the leading North American 2YO in terms of wins upset by her archrival - and a young driver earning a special place in the circuit's history, Chris Shaw, a 28-year-old horseman from Meadow Lands PA, has shown progression from year-to-year at the fairs while also slowly building a foothold on the pari-mutuel side, mostly at The Meadows, and this summer it has all come together for Shaw, who posted his 100th victory of the summer season with a victory behind the 3TC Blazin' Tsunami in a Fair Sire Stake Monday. Not too many drivers have made the century mark on the Pennsy twicearounds - Roger Hammer for sure - and the confidence Shaw has built in himself and in other trainers has gotten him quality mounts throughout the warm months. Of course, it also helps when your two-year-old nephew Mason, son of Chris' brother Jason (who is trainer for Team Shaw), owns three "other" 2YOs who have collectively gone 47-39-8-0 over the summer. Two of the trio are geldings, and they swept the 2PC Fair Sire Stakes events: Marshmallow Pulse (Quik Pulse Mindale) in 2:00 and Nippy (Nuclear Breeze) in 2:01.4 for his ninth straight win. Nippy now has 13 visits to Victory Lane, more than any North American 2YO male, and clinched a tie for leading his division in preliminary round points: the only way he could be caught is if he didn't race Thursday at Bloomsburg, the last prelim stop, and Marshmallow Pulse would win and tie him. Marshmallow Pulse has twelve wins, and is tied with three other horses at that figure, including, maybe not surprisingly, another horse with whom Chris Shaw won on Sunday: Rustlercafe, a Rustler Hanover gelding who competes on the parallel Quaker State circuit. He won '14 victory #12 - and tenth in a row - for owner/trainer Roger Hammer, with Chris having deputized for Hammer six times now. The winningest two-year-old in North America, the 2PF Tropical Terror (Western Terror) tasted defeat for only the 2nd time in 16 seasonal starts, though it was a very game outing, a ¾-length defeat to her archrival Keystone I Wish, an Art Official filly owned by trainer/driver Todd Schadel in partnership with his wife Christine. Tropical Terror parked a fired-up Keystone I Wish to a 29.4 opener before yielding for the pocket, and then could not catch her fast foe late at the end of a 2:00.4-29.2 mile. Keystone I Wish now has won the two races Tropical Terror lost. Besides Nippy, other divisional pointwinners were crowned and will be receiving the blanket in stable colors at the postseason fair banquet. Perhaps the most "unusual" blanketwinner will be in the 2TF ranks, where trainer Boots Dunn swept the two Sire Stakes contests at Gratz with Isabella Carina and Trustworthy Gal. But assuring herself of the blanket was the horse who missed a half-length to the latter: the Tom Ridge filly Peoplesayimnogood, a Lear Jetta filly owned, trainer, and usually driven by Roger Hammer. Peoplesayimnogood now has a seasonal standings of 15-2-10-2-1 at the fairs, remarkable consistency for a green trotting division - and she does have speed, as evidenced by her 2TF track record of 2:04.2 at Stoneboro. In a division where four different misses have set track records, there should be a competitive Championship, part of the $200,000 Pennsylvania Fair Sire Stakes Championships at The Meadows on Saturday, October 4. The other horse to have clinched a blanket at Gratz was the Cantab Hall filly Cantabs Lightning, who is now 11-10-1-0 at the fairs, the last seven in succession, for owner/trainer/driver Wayne Long. (Such was the respect her opponents have for Cantabs Lightning that she won the slowest of the 3TF divisions: Todd Schadel guided the S J's Caviar filly Caviar Call Girl to a 2:01.2 triumph to post the fastest clocking all summer in this division.) Perhaps the most anticipated contest of the weekend was a division of the 3TC, where Fly Past Hanover (11-10-1-0 with 5 straight wins) was to face off with Mr Weaver (who had a six-race winning streak). And these two did not disappoint, with the Madison River gelding Mr Weaver rallying out of the pocket to catch "Fly Past" by a nose in 2:03-29.2 for driver Bryce Truitt and trainer John McMullen Jr., the latter co-owner with grandson Owen McMullen. The three-year-old pacers posted three sub-2:00 miles, including the filly Southwind Jumanji (driven by Wayne Long) in 1:59.2. Colt winners were Ruffled Up (Roger Hammer) in 1:59.2, making him the only horse to have two magic miles at the PA fairs this summer; and Mister Chaos (Chris Shaw sulkysitting) in 1:59, fastest mile since the Bedford Speedway explosion in July. Mention should also be made of Police Navidad, a 2TG by Muscle Massive whose 10th victory on Sunday put him tied atop the North American charts for winning baby trotters. Steve Schoeffel trains and drove the steady trotter for Lander Stables LLC, James Reuther, and his mother (Virginia) and wife (Kathy). From the Pennsylvania Fair Harness Horsemen's Association

STONEBORO PA - The Pennsylvania Fair Circuit was in a total "split" situation this past Tuesday and Wednesday, with the racing for two-year-olds conducted at both the Erie County Fair in Wattsburg and the Indiana County Fair on Tuesday, and the three-year-olds going the following days at both places. Speed was achieved at both venues: the two track records for trotting fillies were rewritten at Wattsburg, while at Indiana the only 2:00 mile of the fair season outside of Bedford went into the books. And one young horseman accomplished an amazing feat linking both tracks both days. On Tuesday morning the two-year-old trotting filly Missive reset the Wattsburg track record for a/s/g to 2:08 in winning her division of the Fair Sire Stakes (and going faster than the boys did). Steve Schoeffel, Wattsburg's leading driver with six wins in the two days, trains and drove the daughter of Muscle Massive for Lander Stables LLC and Kathy Schoeffel. Within an hour of that performance, North America's winningest two-year-olds, the pacing filly Tropical Terror (now at 12) and gelding Nippy (10), both added to their victory total, and both did it in the same unusual way - they were both placed first in their events. Both the Western Terror filly Tropical Terror (who has now won in a dead-heat and by disqualification, and lost by a half-length in her only other start) and the Nuclear Breeze gelding Nippy are campaigned by Team Shaw - trainer Jason Shaw (Wattsburg meet leader with 4 wins over the two days), driver Chris Shaw, and owner Mason Shaw, Jason's 2YO son. On Wednesday Wattsburg altered another line in its record tables when the sophomore Straight Up Lindy filly Static Electricity made the stopwatch click at 2:05.2. The firm of Shaw, Shaw, and Shaw also profited from this trotter's victory. Tuesday's Indiana action saw Todd Schadel drive four winners, but he had to settle for second behind perhaps the most impressive winner of the day, the baby trotting filly by SJ's Caviar named HS Pearl, who won in 2:07.1 (also faster than either winning time posted by her colt counterparts, like Missive at Wattsburg), and with last quarter of 29.4. Wayne Long trains and drives the impressive miss, and he shares ownership with Joyce Lineweaver. On Wednesday at Indiana, the Yankee Cruiser gelding Fangled Hanover teamed with owner/trainer/driver Roger Hammer to win a division of the 3PC event in 2:00, the only magic mile of the year on the Pennsy twicearounds other than at the speed show at Bedford, which produced six such times. There have only been a handful of clockings in even time or better at Indiana (the all-time fastest is 1:58.3 by Straight Character), and Fangled Hanover now joins that select group for Hammer, who was the meet's leading trainer with four and co-leading driver with four along with his Vivid Photo partner Schadel - and an up-and-coming horseman who deserves his own paragraph. 20-year-old Cory Kreiser has only 48 driving victories in his young career, and he had never trained a winner before this season. But Kreiser posted four sulky victories at Indiana to tie the veterans Hammer and Schadel - and even more impressively he trained a winner - each day - at each of the two tracks! Winning at Wattsburg Tuesday was Uber Doober Do (Schoeffel deputizing) and Julio Lauxmont (Brady Brown) Wednesday in Quaker State events; at his "base" at Indiana, Kreiser was the victorious trainer/driver in a Sire Stake with Allstar Ballet on Tuesday and a Quaker State with Acelia on Wednesday to complete the unique trainer quartet. Cory also had Indiana catch-driving Sire Stakes triumphs with Koi Lauxmont for trainer Ted Williams on Tuesday and Medoland Onyx for conditioner Pat Medors on Wednesday, thus achieving his sulky foursome. The circuit moves on to its final "Western stop" this Friday and Sunday at the Great Stoneboro Fair; freshman will start their races at 10 a.m. Friday, with sophomores set to go Sunday at high noon. The circuit then heads east for its final tour, at Port Royal, York, Gratz, and Bloomsburg, then goes back west to The Meadows on Saturday evening, October 5 for the $200,000 Pennsylvania Fair Sire Stakes Championship Night. From the PA Fair Harness Horsemen's Association

DAYTON PA - It was a good week to be a two-year-old on the Pennsylvania Fair Sire Stakes trail; it was not a good week to be a three-year-old. Sophomores got in only 2 of their 12 scheduled races at Washington Monday before the rain came and then had all 10 heats at Dayton washed out Wednesday, whereas the freshmen had full cards at Washington Tuesday and (the focus of this report) Thursday at Dayton. Probably the most impressive mile of Thursday's racing was turned in by the SJ's Caviar trotting filly HS Pearl, who won the lone divisional PA Fair Sire Stakes event in 2:05.1. The clocking might not seem like much to "jaded" pari-mutuel ears, but HS Pearl went faster than one of the 2PC divisions, the Quaker State 2P, and the one 2PF division, in addition to missing the local divisional record by a single tick. Wayne Long trains and drove the promising miss, and he co-owns her with Joyce Lineweaver. Otherwise, Team Shaw continued on their winning ways, headed by the first two-year-old in North America to get to 10 victories, the Western Terror pacing filly Tropical Terror, who won in 2:07.2 for driver Chris Shaw, trainer Jason Shaw, and owner Mason Shaw, Jason's 2-year-old son. Tropical Terror won her first eight starts, was a hard-charging second to archrival Keystone I Win at Honesdale (a tick off their divisional track record), and has rebounded from her first taste of defeat to take two more victories. The Shaws also teamed to take two out of three divisions of the 2PC Fair Sire Stakes with babies who each now have eight wins, which is tied for the top among North American 2YO males. Marshmallow Pulse, a Quik Pulse Mindale gelding, won in 2:04.3 to run his fair record to 10-8-2-0, with his only loses to Gordo (who won at Bedford in 1:57) and ... his stablemate Nippy, who tallied Thursday in 2:03.2. Nippy, a Nuclear Breeze gelding, is now 11-8-3-0 at the twicearounds, and has finished behind only Gordo and two PA Stallion Series winners: R N Nate and Royaltyhasarrived. R N Nate's trainer/owner/breeder Roger Hammer has been using Chris Shaw as his driver behind the Rustler Hanover gelding Rustlercafe, and that baby pacer is now 7 for 8 in Quaker State stakes competition, winning in 2:06.2 Thursday and extracting a measure of revenge from the only horse to beat him in the Quakers, Redfish Falls. FINISHING LINES - Boots Dunn, who reportedly has good connections with The Big Weatherman in the Sky (no, not Sam Beegle), has logged some long-distance phone time recently, trying to ensure that his four-day meet at the Crawford County Fairgrounds in Meadville, which starts Monday, can avoid all or as much precipitation as possible. Post time for each of the quartet of race cards will be at high noon. ,,, Other than the 2PC, who split into three divisions, each of the three other Fair Sire Stakes classes Thursday had only one cut - and all of them went for over $11,500. Not too early to plan for Harrisburg ... From the PA Fair Harness Horsemen's Association

HONESDALE PA - The second half of the dual-phase harness racing meet at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in this northeast PA town, the "PA Fair Sire Stakes" portion after the "county fair" portion, ended yesterday, with many familiar storylines in place at the wire: Roger Hammer, who set the Honesdale track records on both the pace (Alastor Hanover, 1:56.2) and trot (Vivid Photo, 2:02) in 2010, again in 2014 had the fastest mile, a 2:00.4 outing by the Rocknroll Hanover gelding Rockabella, for whom Hammer is owner/trainer/driver, in a division of the FFA pace Wednesday. Like most of the week's miles at Honesdale, the early pace was conservative, but the final quarter was impressive (28); The most interesting fair division so far, the two-year-old filly pace, had seen Keystone I Wish stop Tropical Terror's win streak at eight earlier in the week; on Thursday the fillies, who had deadheated at Bedford, drew in separate divisions: and both won: first the Art Official filly Keystone I Wish for trainer / driver Todd Schadel, co-owner with his wife Christine; and then the Western Terror filly Tropical Terror for driver Chris Shaw, trainer Jason Shaw, and owner Mason Shaw; The 2PFs went in races 3 and 4; races 1 and 2 were for the 2TFs, and both Schadel and Shaw won one each of these two as well - both catchdriving for owner/trainer Boots Dunn: the Glidemaster filly Shewontkissandtell and the Tom Ridge filly Isabella Carina. Driving doubles seemed to be the order of the day in the Thursday Fair Sire Stakes for babies: on the colt side, Marc Mosher guided both trot winners, while on the pace Chris Shaw paraded back twice; Well-known amateur horseman Alan Schwartz made a rare venture over the New York state line profitable as he won with R'lene Jetta, a Lear Jetta sophomore filly he owns, trains, and drove; And of course the ongoing success of Hurricane Shaw, the trio mentioned above. After Chris drove seven winners during the first session and Jason trained five, all for his two-year-old son Mason the owner, Team Shaw went 6-5-5 during the second two-day section. FINISHING LINES - Roger Hammer also trained the fastest winner of the opening day of the two-day meet in Waynesburg PA (358 miles southwest of Honesdale) yesterday, with the Rustler Hanover baby gelding Rustlercafe distancing a Quaker State field in 2:02 for driver Steve Schoeffel, who won three times on that card. There will be a full summary on the Waynesburg meet appearing after today's racing for three-year-olds. Publicity Office of PA Fair Harness Horsemen's Association    

WAYNESBURG PA - The annual two-day harness racing meet at the Greene County Fair in this southwestern PA town (hometown of Dave Palone) saw two three-year-old trotters run their 2014 fair records to 7 for 8, and a two-year-old trotter make a very promising debut. Fly Past Hanover opened the sophomore action with a 2:07 win, last quarter 30.2, for driver Steve Schoeffel, who had three wins each day to lead the meet, trainer Bill Daugherty Jr., and owner Susan Daugherty. The altered son of Cantab Hall is a nose shy of an undefeated fair campaign, as it took Faust edging him by the smallest margin in a Bedford all-age trot record of 2:00.4 to spoil his sheet this summer. Another Cantab Hall offspring, the filly Cantabs Lightning, is also 7 for 8 at the Pennsy twicearounds after a tally in 2:05.3, last quarter 30, winning by 19¾ lengths - imagine what she might have done if she hadn't made a break before the quarter. Wayne Long owns, trains, and drove the impressive miss. Roger Hammer trainees produced the fastest miles of the day on both 3YO day (Friday) and 2YO day (Thursday). The sophomore Yankee Cruiser gelding Fangled Hanover went the fastest mile of the meet, 2:01.4, in winning a Fair Sire Stakes division, with owner Hammer also driving the winner. Hammer didn't have the sulky seat behind Thursday's fastest baby as he was racing at Honesdale, but Steve Schoeffel more than capably deputized, as he and Rustlercafe distanced a Quaker State field in 2:02-29.2. Hammer, as usual, got the big end of the money, as he owns and trains Rustlercafe, now 5 for 6 in Quaker competition. In the 2YO Fair Sire Stakes, three horses posted a 2:06.3 time for speed co-honors, two being the pacing filly Joltstheice and the pacing gelding Jed Kidd Squawking. But the third 2:06.3 baby winner, the one that made the fans sit up and take notice, was a trotter - the Muscle Massive filly Piano Rose, who won effortlessly, and in her career debut to boot. Steve Schoeffel got the call to drive the undefeated neophyte for trainer Fred Grant and owner Ralph Del Priore Jr. The racing at Waynesburg signaled the shift of the PA fair circuit back west for the rest of August, after several weeks of being based in the central and eastern parts of the state. Next stop is at the historic Arden Downs oval at the Washington County Fair, where they'll go to the gate on Monday and Tuesday at 10 a.m. TOP FIVE PA FAIR CIRCUIT DRIVERS AND TRAINERS AFTER THE RACING of AUGUST 8 DRIVERS TRAINERS Chris Shaw 60 Jason Shaw 44 Steve Schoeffel 54 Steve Schoeffel 32 Roger Hammer 25 Roger Hammer 27 (tie) Todd Cummings 15 Bill Daugherty Jr. 15 (tie) Wayne Long Bob Krenitsky Jr. 13 Publicity Office of the Pennsylvania Fair Harness Horsemen's Association    

HONESDALE PA -- Hurricane Shaw blew through this northeastern Pennsylvania city this past Sunday and Monday during the fair harness racing meet, offering $100,000 in purse money, at the Wayne County Fairgrounds here, but the prize that they probably wanted the most eluded them, instead going to the horse that figured to be the one to beat. "Hurricane Shaw" here refers to an owner, 2-year-old Mason Shaw, who before lunchtime Sunday, 3YO day, saw his horse earn over $9500 and had his stable go 8-5-3-0 over the two days; his father, trainer Jason Shaw (who also trains, quite successfully, for the accounts of other owners), who won five times during the meet; and his uncle, driver Chris, who had six visits to Victory Lane. Chris now sports a 51-48 edge in driving triumphs over Steve Schoeffel, who will wait for fair action to return to his western Pennsylvania part of the state, at Waynesburg; Jason now has a 38-31 edge over the Schoeffel barn on the conditioning side. The win that they probably most wanted, though, was with Tropical Terror in a division of the two-year-old Fair Sire Stakes filly pace. Tropical Terror, a daughter of Western Terror, had been the only horse in any division to go eight-for-eight at the first eight 2014 PA fair stops, and the Shaws were of course hoping for number nine. But victory number 8 had been in a dead-heat with Keystone I Wish at Clearfield last week, and this filly had shown her talent with a 2:00 score at Gratz earlier. And it was Keystone I Wish who got the nod when the two squared off at Honesdale, in 2:02.4 (just 2/5 off the fastest mile of the meet, which was recorded by the 3PF La Fiesta, who closed in 28.2 for the team of guess who). But Tropical Terror was gallant in defeat, making up 6½ lengths on her rival from the half, only to come up ½ length shy of the Art Official filly Keystone I Wish, trained and driven by Todd Schadel and owned by Todd and wife Christine. The clocking was also only a tick off the local divisional standard set by Car-Lin's Stardurst in 2003. Fastest trot of the meet was a 2:06.4 triumph turned in by the Pistols N Spurs gelding Must Be A Pistol, owned by Michael Brocklehurst, in a division of the FSS 3TC. The race was notable for two reasons: 1) Faust, who had just rewritten the Bedford trot mark to 2:00.4, made a break with a four-length lead coming into the stretch; and 2) it was the first drive at Honesdale for trainer/driver Harold Brocklehurst in at least 22 years, the furthest-back the USTA records go, and possibly his first-ever trip behind the gate there. The Shaw clan will hope for their luck to continue at the Honesdale 2-day meet, which will begin tomorrow. Pennsylvania fair racing will also be conducted on Thursday 358 miles to the southwest, at the Greene County fair in Waynesburg, which will also race on Friday. The three meets within the six-day period will find some $290,000 in purses offered to the cream of the Keystone twicearound circuit. Publicity Department, PA Fair Harness Horsemen's Association

CLEARFIELD PA - The four-day harness racing meet at the Clearfield (PA) County Fair concluded on Wednesday, with $107,784 in total purses distributed in the quartet of days among the best of the Keystone State's fair competitors. Clearfield, (relatively) centrally- located in the state, always draws one of the biggest pool of entrants, and local fans enjoyed 34 heats of racing during the meet. The tightest finish of the meet, by definition, occurred on Tuesday in a division of the two-year-old filly pace, when Tropical Terror, a daugher of Western Terror, is the only fair campaigner to win at all eight of the season's initial stops, maintained that distinction while finishing in a 2:03.3 dead-heat with Keystone I Will, fastest of this group at the fairs off a 2:00 mile at Bedford. The Art Official filly Keystone I Wish is trained and was driven by Todd Schadel, while Tropical Terror tallied for trainer Jason Shaw and driver Chris Shaw. There were five divisions of the two-year-old colt pace that day, with Team Schadel accounting for two and Team Shaw (whose brace included the fastest winner Marshmallow Pulse in 2:03) taking two more. The fifth was won by R N Nate for trainer/driver Roger Hammer, who will take his present six-race win streak behind the gate tomorrow (Friday) at Harrah's Philadelphia. On the trotting side, the highlight would be the remarkable performance of trainer Bill Daugherty Jr.'s three-year-old colts, both of whom are now six for seven at the twicearounds after Clearfield victories. Fly Past Hanover, an altered son of Cantab Hall, has lost only in a photo when Faust set the all-age Bedford track record of 2:00.4, while the Broadway Hall gelding Broadway Charm posted the Clearfield meet's fastest trotting time of 2:03.4. ("Charm"'s Clearfield counterpart on the pacing side would be Ruffle Up, a sophomore Real Artist gelding who won in 2:01 for trainer/driver Roger Hammer.) Handling the two Daugherty powerhouses throughout the summer has been the fair circuit's leading driver, Steve Schoeffel, who with four wins on the week now has 48 wins in eight stops; Schoeffel's main rival, Chris Shaw, visited Victory Lane via sulky six times at Clearfield to raise his win total to 45. The Shaw/Schoeffel duel on the driving side is paralleled on the training side as well, as Chris's brother Jason harnessed five winners during the session to currently enjoy a 33-31 edge over horses out of the Schoeffel barn. Perennial "fair king" Roger Hammer is third in both categories, with 19 driving wins and 20 training triumphs. The fair circuit now moves to the far northeast of the state, at the Wayne County Fair at Honesdale, which will stage its "fair meet" on Sunday and Monday and its "2-day meet" on Wednesday and Thursday. Next Thursday also sees the start of two days of racing at the Greene County Fair in Waynesburg, 358 miles away from Honesdale. (Miss the turn for Honesdale and you'll be in New York; miss the turn for Waynesburg and you'll be in West Virginia ... yes, Pennsylvania is a big state.) by Jerry Connors for the PA Sire Stakes Fairs

HUGHESVILLE PA - The national newspaper USA TODAY runs a feature in its upper left-hand corner of the Sports section called "Names You Need To Know." After Thursday's conclusion of the two-day harness meet at the Lycoming County Fairgrounds in Hughesville PA, our modification of this "header" is "A Name and a Number You Need to Know." The number is "2:00.3." The name is "Shaw." "2:00.3" is the fastest time recorded at the six stops to date on the 2014 Pennsy fair tour. It was first achieved last Sunday by Mister Chaos, a three-year-old Art Official gelding trained by Bob Rougeaux III for owners D&P Racing LLC. Mister Chaos then came back three days later, during Wednesday's sophomore action at Hughesville, and equaled his season standard for Rougeaux and D&P. Then a third 2:00.3 appeared, unexpectedly - on Thursday, during two-year-old action. Marshmallow Pulse, a Quik Pulse Mindale colt (out of the mare Marshamarshamarsha - Brady Bunch fans, go explain that name to the others), overcame the outside post, brushing from last after the 30 quarter to the lead in 1:00.1 en route to clockings of 1:30 and the prized 2:00.3. Marshmallow Pulse now has four wins and two seconds in six starts. The name "Shaw"? Well, we can start with Marshmallow Pulse's driver, Chris Shaw. Chris also happens to have been the driver of Mister Chaos in his two miles of 2:00.3. But there are many more Shaws. Marshmallow Pulse is trained by Chris's brother Jason, and the precocious baby is owned by Jason's son Mason - who is now the same age as Marshmallow Pulse! In all, Shaw/Shaw/Shaw had five wins over the two days at Hughesville. Another of the five winners was another impressive freshman, Tropical Terror, who became the only horse to win at each of the six Pennsylvania fairs to date when she triumphed Thursday in 2:03.1-1:00. A daughter of Western Terror, Tropical Terror is tied as the winningest freshman in all of North America - and her 2:01 at Gratz had been the local marker for two-year-olds of either sex until "Pulse" eclipsed her in the 26th and final race of the two-day session. In all, Chris Shaw had seven wins in the two days, bringing him within range of last year's fair champion (and a North American UDR leader in 2013) Steve Schoeffel, who "only" had four wins, with Schoeffel now having a 38-36 advantage (remember, after only 12 cards of racing). Schoeffel's four sulky triumphs were all from his own barn, so Jason Shaw's five wins now makes the trainers' score Team Shaw 26, Team Schoeffel 24. From a breeding standpoint, Schoeffel's most interesting horse would be the freshman trotting colt Chiney Babco, who racked up his fifth straight win on Thursday. Chiney Babco is interesting because he is a Shark Gesture colt out of an Artsplace mare - Schoeffel reported that he couldn't get the horse to pace all winter, but he showed an inclination to trot, and with a quintet of victories and over $13,000 on his card already, Schoeffel showed his good judgment and horsemanship with that "conversion." FINISHING LINES - The fair circuit in PA now moves southwest to Bedford PA, for Monday and Tuesday racing beginning at 11 a.m. Last year Bedford rejoined the circuit for the first time in 23 years, and this year's it is hoped they get both cards in, instead of having one washed out, as happened in 2013 ... And in referencing "Marshmarshamarsha" again, those of you watching too much TV Land can tell your friends why a colt out of a mare named Pilgrims Pebbles has a perfect name in Bambam Lauxmont ... From the Pennsylvania Harness Horsemen's Association  

HARRISBURG PA - The Pennsylvania Fair Circuit for 2014 is almost at the quarter pole, with five of 21 scheduled events conducted, and this seems a logical place to do a recap of the fair season so far. Five divisional track records have been set this year, with three of them coming at a somewhat unlikely place, a place where there is a whispered conversation every year. Audie K set the all-time track record of 2:00.2 at the Big Butler Fairgrounds back in 1993, and for each of the 21 intervening years, Terry Schoeffel has gone over to his horse after the last day of racing and told him, "You've done good, Audie - your record's safe for another year." But a trio of divisional marks was posted in 2014, with the 2:08.2 of 2TF Trustworthy Gal rewriting a record set 20 years ago by Keystone Disco. The 2:04.4 posted by 3TF The Yankees Win (in a Quaker State stake) supplanted the 13-year-old mark of Leona Kosmos, while 2PC Given Up Terror's 2:02.1 beat a record set two years previously by Skylite's Finale. The 3TF division is the only one to have two divisional marks wiped out thus far, with Bessie touring the Dayton oval in 2:02.4 to rewrite the standard first set by Armbro Pajamas in 1997 and equaled by Monroe County a year ago. The final line of new writing in the annals came from 3PF Allstar Morning, whose 2:01 knocked a tick off of last year's 3PF standard set by She'salilfireball. Not surprisingly, the first meet at Gratz this past Saturday and Sunday produced five of the eight "PA Fair Season's Leaders," including new benchmarks for the pace by, 3C Mister Chaos, a Fair Championship winner last year who went in 2:00.3 on Sunday, and for the trot, with 3C Broadway Dream putting that current mark at 2:01.3 earlier on the Sunday card. Steve Schoeffel, the leading driver in North America in 2013 UDR in the 300-499 drivers category and the PA fairs' driving leader last year, is again off to a hot start, with 34 victories recorded in just 10 cards. Hot on his heels is upcoming star Chris Shaw at 29; "King of the PA Fairs" Roger Hammer is tied with Todd Cummings for the next spot at 10, and rounding out the top five is Wayne Long at 7. Schoeffel and Jason Shaw, Chris's brother, have been ding-donging for the lead in the trainer's category for much of the young campaign, with Shaw holding a current 21-20 edge over Schoeffel. For those who may forget, Jason Shaw's main patron is his two-year-old son Mason, who owned four winners at Gratz. Bill Daugherty Jr. is third with 11, nine of them between his 3TC powerhouses Fly Past Hanover and Broadway Dream; he is followed by Roger Hammer (10) and Robert Krenitsky Jr. (7). All humans and equines mentioned above will get a chance to improve on their records on Wednesday (tomorrow) and Thursday, when the sixth fair stop will be made at the Lycoming County Fair in Hughesville PA, not that far from Williamsport of Little League Baseball fame. There is a 13-race card set for each day, with first race on both days scheduled to go off at high noon.  PA Fair Harness Horsemen's Association Publicity Department

GRATZ PA - The first two-day meet at Gratz PA, the fifth stop on the Pennsylvania Fair harness racing circuit for 2014, featured some $95,000 of Sire Stakes action, with five of the eight "PA Fair Season's Leaders" emerging from the session, including the quickest miles on both the trot and the pace. Actually, the local season's record in the 3TC category was lowered three times in Sunday's three divisions - within 30 minutes total, and Steve Schoeffel, top North American UDR driver (300-499 starts) in 2013 and again atop the local circuit's driving colony, handled all three. First came Millertown Road, winning in 2:03-29.2 and sending announcer/trainer Jim McGettigan down from his booth to the winners circle, and then two trained by Bill Daugherty Jr. for owner Susan Dougherty: first Fly Past Hanover, reclaiming the distinction with which he entered the day with a 2:02.3-1:00.1-30 triumph to run his fair scorecard to five-for-five, and then Broadway Charm, running his fair tab to four-for-five after a 2:01.3 tally, also the new quickest trot mile locally in '14. Fastest pacer of the meet, and of the fair circuit so far, is Mister Chaos, last year's 2PC Fair Championship winner, who overcame the outside post six in 2:00.3 for trainer Bob Rougeaux III and driver Chris Shaw, who like Schoeffel had three wins on the Sunday card. Fly Past Hanover is the only sophomore who raised his record to 5-for-5 over the weekend; on the freshman side, he was joined by the filly Tropical Terror (driver Chris Shaw for trainer/brother Jason), winning sharply in 2:01.1 to be the fastest two-year-old of the local season. Fastest freshman trotter is also a filly, Peoplesayimnogood, who won in 2:04.3 for driver Todd Schadel and trainer/Vivid Photo partner Roger Hammer, and at an opportune time: with no fewer than 12 divisions of 2TF state pari-mutuel stakes action this past week, this fair Sire Stake drew only one division, making the cut worth a seasonal-high $11,710. (Good time to break your maiden, eh?) All nine freshman winners took new marks over the quick Gratz oval Saturday, with four sophomores rewriting their speed badges on Sunday. Steve Schoeffel and Chris Shaw each drove five winners on the weekend to earn top status; Jason Shaw was leading conditioner with four winning charges (all owned by his two-year-old son Mason, Chris's nephew). From the Publicity Department, PA Fair Harness Horsemen's Assn.    

BEDFORD PA, Sat. Jan. 18 – The U.S. Trotting Association’s meeting for District 7 (Pennsylvania) membership, annually held in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Fair Horsemen’s Awards Banquet, took place tonight at the local Omni Bedford Springs Resort. Longtime horseman and USTA Director Sam Beegle has deep roots in this town, for whose high school he wrestled in the State Championship and whose local paper, the Gazette, has Joseph Beegle as its publisher, and when Sam succeeded longtime District Chairman Walter “Boots Dunn,” he decided to treat his fellow Keystoners with some “home cookin’,” and the site, meetings, and dinner were acclaimed by all. At the USTA meeting, Beegle and Dunn, along with fellow Director Barry Brown, went over the proposed USTA rule changes and conducted other necessary business of the association. During the cocktail hour preceding dinner, a demonstration of the soon-to-be-implemented USTA “enter horses by computer” system was shown to an interested gathering. At the awards banquet, honored were both the champion pointwinners during the 21 stops along the fair circuit, along with those horses who won their divisional Championship race at The Meadows on October 5. In 2013, a record four horses, all pacers, recorded triumphs in both events – to show how hard this achievement is, only three horses had been able to win the “double” in the previous four years. The four double champions were: 2YO pacing colt – Mister Chaos, trained by Bob Rougeaux III for first-time owners D&P Racing LLC; 2YO pacing filly – La Fiesta, owned by Mason Shaw (who is not yet two years of age) and trained by his father Jason; 3YO pacing colt – Jungle Of Terror, the leading pointwinner among all competitors at the fairs this year, trained by Steve Schoeffel and owned by Virginia and Kathy Schoeffel in partnership with Steven Lander; 3YO pacing filly – Have More Wine, also a Schoeffel trainee and also owned by the Schoeffel ladies in partnership with James Reuther and James Nelson – her 1:53 1/5 Championship win was the fastest Fair Final ever. Only the trotting side, winners were: 2YO trotting colts – (points) Mr. Weaver, (Champ.) Fly Past Hanover; 2YO trotting fillies – (points) Bella Palazzo, (Champ.) Glide By Shooting (both from the Dunn Stable); 3YO trotting colts – (points) BSMaximumMoonbeam, (Champ.) Rusty Ruddy; 3YO trotting fillies – (points) Monroe County, (Champ.) Homepage. The large gathering was entertained both by a replay of all eight Fair Championships and the large amount of door prizes garnered by Beegle and his co-workers, with the grand prize, a Spyder race sulky, won by Jason Shaw. “My brother Chris (Mason’s uncle) has been doing the driving for our stable, but now maybe I’m start driving some,” Jason – a big fellow -- quipped after winning the big prize.  by Jerry Connors

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