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Harness racing driver Simon Allard visited Building Blocks Learning Center, 1082 Highway 315, Plains, PA, on Friday morning, May 15, for their Career Day. One of the leading drivers at the Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono, and wearing his colors, Simon spent the morning explaining all about harness racing, complete with all equipment; bales of hay and straw; feed; and even a real live horse! When the horse trailer with Priceless Edition pulled up, the children cheered in delight. One by one, each age group were led out to listen to Simon describe what he does "for a living", and to meet the very friendly horse, and even feed him carrots and apples! Simon even showed them a race on his laptop so they could see how he drives during a race. Children were even treated to a seat on his sulky, and Simon led them around to see what it felt like during a race. Shown are the children ages 3-5, and seated on the horse is Allard's daughter, Amelia. Photo by Curtis Salonick, track photographer. Jennifer Starr

Before American Pharoah even hits the gate for the 140th Preakness Stakes, the party will be in full swing at the Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono. The harness racing  track in Northeast PA will get the celebration underway at 3:00 p.m., with the party tent, patio bars, and Trackside Concession Stands serving up ice cold beverages.  The featured drink will be the Black-Eyed Susan, the official drink of the Preakness Stakes, in the souvenir glass.  Johnny Rockets will have delicious grilled burgers and hot dogs available for sale on the track apron as well, and Big Belly’s BBQ food truck will be serving their famous sandwiches and more. The betting windows will open bright and early at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, with Post Time for Pimlico at 10:30 a.m.    Pacer’s Clubhouse will open at 3:00 p.m., by reservation only, 570-831-2100.  Free admission and free parking are in full effect for that day, as always. Live harness racing will immediately follow the Preakness Stakes, and there are 14 races on the card, with 4 divisions of the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes for pacing colts and geldings.  Also on the stellar Saturday night card is a $30,000 Open Trot featuring millionaire mares Shake It Cerry, trained by Jimmy Takter; and Classic Martine, trained by Chris Oakes; and the $30,000 Open Pace with the Rene Allard-trained Domethatagain returning to Pocono after winning the Van Rose Invitational on May 2. Racing continues Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday with a Post Time of 6:30pm. Jennifer Starr Racing Marketing Manager Racing Operations

The Harness Horse Youth Foundation is sponsoring a five-day overnight harness horse camp at the Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono July 7-11, 2015.  The camp is seeking applicants between twelve and fourteen years old, as of January 1, 2015. The event wraps up Saturday, July 11 with the campers participating in exciting races accompanied by Pocono drivers.  Applicants from across the country will be considered, but campers are responsible for their own transportation to the Wilkes Barre area. Applicants will work hands-on with the HHYF's stable of Trottingbred horses. Among the topics covered are care and grooming, equipment, conformation, lameness, history, stable management, and equine careers.  During the week, the campers enjoy several other events, including dinner at Pacers Clubhouse and a night watching the live Pocono races; as well as a fun night bowling. The camp is one of several across the country being conducted by HHYF this summer.  For complete details and a camp application, log on to www.hhyf.org/uploads/12Poconoapplication.pdf. The Harness Horse Youth Foundation is a charitable 501(c)3 organization dedicated to providing young people and their families educational opportunities with  harness horses, in order to foster the next generation of participants and fans. The Foundation was established in 1976 and its programs include interactive learning experiences with these versatile animals, scholarship programs and educational materials. For more information on opportunities through HHYF and its mission, go to www.hhyf.org. Jennifer Starr – The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono jstarr@mohegansunpocono.com    570.332-1414

The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono is getting ready to kick off their 50th harness racing season on Saturday, March 21, and the commemorative book looking back at the past 50 years has been released. "The Golden Era of Pocono Downs" features photos, statistics, and feature articles, including the role of Pocono in Hurricane Agnes in 1972, and is available at the Pocono Programs desk for $3. Long-time harness writer Jerry Connors researched and compiled the statistics, along with several of the features within the book. Also featured is an article on the impeccable track surface written by Jay Bergman, longtime editor of harness racing's Harness Eye and columnist for DRF.com. Dale Rapson, Vice President of Racing Operations, at the track for 36 years, announced at the press conference on Wednesday that he was truly proud of how far Pocono has come in 50 years, from a track headed for bankruptcy, to the superior racing surface it is today, attracting the best drivers, trainers, and horses in the country. The book also features a four page photo collage dedicated to employees over the years. According to Mr. Rapson, his employees are one of the reasons that Pocono is so successful. "It's the way they treat the customers, that's the big thing," Rapson said. "The customers love our employees. Plus, their dependability - you can always count on them, and I think, their knowledge. I learn from them as well as they learn from me." "The Golden Era of Pocono Downs" will be on sale throughout the season. The official anniversary weekend will be August 21-22, with the $2.3 million Super Stakes Saturday set for August 22. A special early Post Time of 5:30pm is set for both nights. From this day forward, the track will be known as 'THE DOWNS AT MOHEGAN SUN POCONO'. The casino is Mohegan Sun Pocono. In any articles, captions, etc., please refer to us as 'THE DOWNS AT MOHEGAN SUN POCONO' or Pocono, as we are usually called. Jennifer Starr Racing Marketing Manager Racing Operations

The first qualifying races of the 50th Anniversary Season were held at Mohegan Sun Pocono on Tuesday, March 10th. Under a fast track and a much warmer temperature (35) than the area has seen in weeks, 7 races kicked off at 10:00am. Five pacing qualifying races were held, with Omaha Survivor, trained by Dean Eckley and driven by Tom Jackson, posting the fastest qualifying time of 1:55. Divination, trained by Andrew Harris and driven by Alex Kavoleff; and How Bout Cash, trained and driven by William Mullin, separated by a neck in race 6; as well as Socialdelight, trained by Jerry Ray and driven by Tom Jackson; all posted the fastest time of the qualifying trotters, in 1:58. Qualifying dates are also set for Thursday, March 12th, and Thursday, March 19th. Opening night is Saturday, March 21st. Jennifer Starr for Mohegan Sun Pocono                   Jennifer Starr   Racing Marketing Manager Racing Operations   jstarr@mohegansunpocono.com   p: 570.831.2195   c: 570.332.1414   f: 570.823.9407   1280 HIGHWAY 315 WILKES-BARRE, PA 18702   mohegansunpocono.com                          

March came in like a lion, but the weather didn't stop the harness racing stables at Mohegan Sun Pocono from opening on Monday morning. At a minute after 8:00am, trainer William Mullin made his way down the steep incline to the Stable Gate with his precious cargo, officially kicking off the 50th Anniversary Season of racing at Pocono. Accompanied by his stable groom, John Sharp, Billy began unloading Easter Legs; Tamasin Hall; and Skyline Road into their new home for the next nine months. All 3 seemed more interested in chowing down than their new surroundings. The first Qualifying races of the meet are on Tuesday, March 10th at 10:00am, with two other dates set aside - Thursday, March 12 and Thursday, March 19. Opening night is Saturday, March 21st, with a Post Time of 6:30pm. Pocono Downs opened their doors on July 15, 1965, and are celebrating their 50th Anniversary season this year with numerous events planned throughout the summer. Sun Stakes Saturday, with nearly $2 million in purses, is set for Saturday, July 4th, and Super Stakes Saturday, with $2.1 in purses, will be on Saturday, August 22, also the big anniversary celebration. Jennifer Starr  

The 50th Anniversary Season of Pocono Downs kicks off Saturday, March 21st, and the harness racing season promises exciting stakes action; fun fan events; and an anniversary week celebrating the rich history of the track. The Bobby Weiss Late Closing Series, named for the former Director of Track Maintenance, opens the meet, with the finals set for April 18-22. Kentucky Derby Day, May 2th, traditionally a huge celebration of racing and partying, will also boast a double-header with two Pocono live race cards.  Post Time for the first will be at 11 a.m., and the second will be immediately following the 141st running of the Derby.  In between, there will be the Run for the Roses Hat Review; a luscious Champagne Brunch in Pacers Clubhouse; a souvenir photo booth; and Spa Sapphire’s makeup booth. The $2 million Sun Stakes Saturday is set for July 4th, with the Earl Beal Jr. Memorial Trot; the Ben Franklin Free For All Pace; Max Hempt Memorial; and the James Lynch Memorial contested on this prestigious night of racing.  Eliminations are set for June 27th. Super Stakes Saturday returns to Pocono on anniversary night, August 22, with nearly $2.1 million in purses and the Colonial; the Battle of the Brandywine; and the Valley Forge, along with two consolations for each.  Other festivities are planned for the anniversary, to be announced soon. Racing in the month of March will be Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday, with Sundays added April through June; Fridays jump in the mix in July, August, and September; and from mid-October through closing on November 21, racing nights will be Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday. The schedule is at http://mohegansunpocono.com/racing/schedules.html. A 50th Anniversary Souvenir Book will be on sale starting March 21st, featuring a look back at 50 years of racing; events; and photos from Pocono Downs.  The book is $3 and is available at the Program desk.   Jennifer Starr

Sweet Lou was honored at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs on Saturday night, a few weeks before his official retirement. The son of Yankee Cruiser was a fan-favorite at Pocono, and set a World Record on Sun Stakes Saturday in June of 1:47, the fastest time ever on a 5/8 mile track. He won 10 of 17 starts this year, with those 10 coming consecutively, and all in sub-1:49 fashion. Fans wearing the Sweet Lou souvenir hat, given away earlier in the evening, surrounded the Winner's Circle, as he jogged the Pocono track for the last time of his illustrious career. The Winner's Circle was filled with his connections, including members of the "Burke Brigade"; co-owner Phil Collura; members of Pocono management, and drivers Ron Pierce and Matt Kakaley. A few tears were shed as Sweet Lou left the Pocono Winner's Circle for the last time, and the fans broke out in applause and cheers to send him off with a chorus of "Good Luck" for his next few races and his next career. by Jennifer Starr, for Pocono Downs  

It was a dark and grey night - literally - at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs, as eight grey and roan horses went behind the gate for the annual Grey Ghost and Poltergeist Pace on Wednesday night. On a cool night and a track listed as sloppy after rain throughout the day, the Invitational Race, the fourth on the card, got underway at 7:25pm. Six Gun, trained by Nick Sodano and driven by Anthony Napolitano, shot out of the gate quickly, followed by the Tyler Buter-driven Jonsie Jones, the powerhouse mare shipping in from Yonkers, and Delco Rocknroll, another Yonkers shipper with Andrew McCarthy in the bike, and Gotta Love Him, last year's winner of this race, settled into fourth, with Pocono's leading driver George Napolitano Jr. in the bike. Waltzacrossthewire took a bad step early and was way back. Fractions were quick,and Delco Rocknroll took over at the half in 54.4, leading the ghostly greys. Putnams Storm with Pat Berry in the bike shot past and stole the lead at the ¾ pole, but I'm Blue Too, racing for the new barn of Rene Allard and driven by Simon Allard, sailed past to win by 4 lengths. Delco Rocknroll finished third. Final time was 1:51.4 I'm Blue Too (General Aidid - Broadway Melody) now has 8 wins from 18 starts for the season. Pocono Downs Week In Review The race was sponsored by the Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame in Goshen, NY, who were on hand with an exhibit honoring the great trotter Greyhound. The night was also a fundraiser for the trotter's exhibit at the museum, and commemorative wristbands were sold. The Winner's Circle was filled with children of Pocono horsemen, in costume, and representatives of the Harness Racing Museum. The adage says that speed kills, and nowhere is that more accurate than in the sport of harness racing. Sometimes it pays to be patient and wait for an opportunity to rally in a race, but the most surefire way for a horse to take all the variables out of the equation is to head straight for the front end of the field and go as hard as it can, trusting in its ability to get home above all else. Our top two award winners displayed some serious top-end speed this week. Let’s take a look at their exploits and hand out the Weekly Awards. PACER OF THE WEEK: SPEED AGAIN It’s always fun to watch a horse improve within the course of a season. When last we saw Speed Again, the 5-year-old gelding from the Ron Burke barn put together an outstanding performance on August 9, scorching a mid-priced condition field in a career-best 1:48:2. Propelled by that big mile, he moved up to face tougher competition in his stint at Harrah’s at Philadelphia. First he performed well in a trio of races against the winners of over $25,000 grouping at Harrah’s, hitting the board twice and winning once. In his final start there, he stepped up to an Open Handicap group and rolled on the front end to win by two lengths in 1:50:4. His return to Pocono on Saturday would also come in the Open group, against a field that included P H Supercam, a powerhouse who had captured three straight Open Handicaps at Yonkers. None of that mattered to Speed Again and driver Anthony Napolitano when they powered to the front end right from the first few steps of the race. P H Supercam lurked behind him in the pocket for the whole mile, but Speed Again had an answer for him in the front stretch, holding him off to score by a neck in 1:49. Considering he’s already beating Open fields with consistency, any more improvement by Speed Again would almost be unfair. Other top pacers include: Lark Seelster (Anthony Napolitano, Luis Collazo), a mare who moved up in class on Tuesday night and scored her second consecutive condition win, this one coming in 1:52:1; McBoogie (George Napolitano Jr., Dean Eckley), who moved up in class and switched barns but still tore up a $15,000 claiming group on Saturday night in 1:52:1 for his third straight win; and I’m Blue Too (Simon Allard, Rene Allard), who rallied for a victory in a career-best 1:51:4 in Wednesday night’s Grey Ghost & Poltergeist Pace, Pocono’s annual Halloween-themed race featuring only grey and roan pacers. TROTTER OF THE WEEK: HEZATRAIN This 5-year-old gelding from the barn of trainer Allan Johnson hit a bit of a bumpy stretch in his season in September and October. After winning five out of seven races to start his campaign, he suffered a streak of four straight races both at Pocono and Saratoga without even hitting the board. He returned to MSPD on October 21 and found his stride against our lowest condition group, rolling to a romping win in a new career-best time of 1:53:3. Feeling confident once again following that win, Hezatrain moved back up on Tuesday into a condition for non-winners of $8,000 in the last five starts. Once again driver George Napolitano Jr. was determined to hustle the gelding to the front end, but on his effort to get there he encountered some traffic on the first turn and was forced to make an early three-wide move. Even though Hezatrain reached the lead before the front stretch ended, such a tough journey to get there threatened to make him vulnerable. Those concerns were doused as the race progressed. Hezatrain easily fended off any pressure, lengthening the lead until he was comfortably out in front of the rest. He was able to gear down in the final strides and still beat the rest of the field by a solid four lengths with a winning time of 1:54:3. That’s two straight romps for Hezatrain, a trotter who’s back to his winning ways as the season winds to a close. Honorable mention on the trotting side includes: Rossini (Howard Parker, Jim Raymer), who dominated a condition field on Saturday night in 1:52:2, a new career-best which matched the fastest of the week at MSPD; Proud Moment (Ron Pierce, Rene Allard), who went a career-best mile of 1:52:2, tied for the fastest trot of the week, to win Tuesday night’s featured claiming handicap trot; and Four Starz Speed (Ron Pierce, Rene Allard), who made it two in a row and three of his last four with a claiming handicap victory on Wednesday night in 1:55. LONG SHOT OF THE WEEK: LINDY’S FIREWORKS On a wild Tuesday night full of upsets, this trotting filly topped them all, winning a condition easily with Anthony Napolitano in the bike at 85-1, paying off $172.40 on a $2 win ticket. DRIVER OF THE WEEK: ANTHONY NAPOLITANO Anthony’s finest year at Pocono continued with a –win week, including victories on Saturday with 24-1 shot Salevster Stallion and on Tuesday with 85-1 bomber Lindy’s Fireworks. TRAINER OF THE WEEK: MIKE WATSON Watson has been threatening to crack the Top 10 of the Pocono training standings all year long, and his pair of victories on Saturday night will certainly help his cause. That will do it for this week, but we’ll see you at the track. Feel free to e-mail me at jbeviglia@mohegansunpocono.com. by Jennifer Starr and Jim Beviglia, for Pocono Downs  

Reminder – Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs is seeking grey or roan horses for their annual “Grey Ghost and Poltergeist Pace” Wednesday, October 29th.  Entries will be taken Friday online or through  the Race Office at 570-831-2228.  This year’s race is sponsored by the Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame in Goshen, NY, and they produced a promo which set the stage for the eerie race.  The promo can be seen http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jokkYxHc-P0.  Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs is lending a hand to help raise money for the Greyhound Exhibit  at the Museum, honoring the great Trotter, by selling a collectible Greyhound wristband that evening.    The Museum will be on hand with an exhibit in the racing lobby, as well as some gift items for sale.  The winning horse will be presented with his or her trophy by children in costume, and  a scary and spookily decorated Winner’s Circle will set the mood for the race.  There is even a Headless Horseman to lead the Post Parade! The “Witching Hour”, otherwise known as Post Time, for the evening’s races is 6:30pm. ***According to the U.S. Trotting Association, the governing body of harness racing, less than five percent of all harness horses are grey in color.  The most famous was the former world champion trotter and Hambletonian winner, Greyhound. by Jennifer Starr, for Pocono Downs  

The Max C. Hempt Memorial Stake No. 61 and the James M. Lynch (Filly Division) for 3-Year-Old pacers will become early closers in 2015. Both the initial nominating payment and 2-year-old sustaining payment that have been made on horses to the former stake event will be refunded by the Hambletonian Society.  There will be a new nominating fee of $500 due for the Max Hempt (3-Year-Old Open) Pace and a $350 nominating fee for the Lynch (3-Year-Old Filly) Pace. Both are due on February 15, 2015.  Complete information regarding subsequent sustaining payments and starting fees will be announced in December. For 2015, the Max C. Hempt Memorial 3 Year-Old Open Pace will be a guaranteed $500,000 and the James M. Lynch Memorial 3-Year-Old Filly Pace will be guaranteed $300,000. Dates for these events will also be announced in December. For No. 61, the monies will be prorated among the owners of the horses eligible at the time of cancellation. For No. 62, the nomination fees will be refunded to the nominators. Live racing continues at the track in Northeast PA until November 22, with live race nights Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday.  This Friday, October 17, is an added night, and will be celebrated as “Fan Appreciation Night”.  Fans can bring their Racing Rewards card and valid ID to the Trackside Concession Stand on the apron and choose a souvenir from the 2014 racing season; one per fan, while supplies last.     by Jennifer Starr, for Pocono Downs  

Two additional nights of live racing have been added to the 2014 racing schedule at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs.  Friday, October 10th and Friday, October 17th have been added, both with the regular Post Time of 6:30pm. Racing fans will enjoy great promotions on both nights!  On October 10th, it’s Pick Your Trifecta night.  Fans can get their entry card between 5:00pm and 6:30pm in the Pacers Clubhouse lobby, and pick three numbers.  If the numbers come in straight, they will win a $50 live racing voucher; if boxed, they will get a $25 live racing voucher.  Exclusions apply, and official rules can be found at the Racing Rewards desk. Friday October 17 has been set as Fan Appreciation Night, thanking the great fans who have supported the track all season.  Starting at 6:30pm, they can stop by the Lower Grandstand Bar and choose from a season souvenir, which vary from shirts; backpacks; glasses; and more. A Racing Rewards card is required, and the souvenirs are one per fan while supplies last. The 2014 season continues until Saturday, November 22, with regular race nights of Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday. Plans are in the works for the 2015 season, which will be the track’s 50th birthday. by Jennifer Starr, for Pocono Downs  

It’s that time of year again!  Time for the “Grey Ghosts”  to hit the track at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs for their annual “Grey Ghost and Poltergeist Pace on Wednesday, October 29th.  The Race Office is looking for grey or roan horses to enter this spooky and extremely popular race, and the office number is 570-831-2228.  This year’s race is sponsored by the Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame in Goshen, NY, and they produced a promo which set the stage for the eerie race.  The promo can be seen http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jokkYxHc-P0.  Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs is lending a hand to help raise money for the Greyhound Exhibit at the Museum, honoring the great Trotter, by selling a collectible Greyhound wristband that evening.     The winning horse will be presented with his or her trophy by children in costume, and  a scary and spookily decorated Winner’s Circle will set the mood for the race.  There is even a Headless Horseman to lead the Post Parade! The “Witching Hour”, otherwise known as Post Time, for the evening’s races is 6:30pm. ***According to the U.S. Trotting Association, the governing body of harness racing, less than five percent of all harness horses are grey in color.  The most famous was the former world champion trotter and Hambletonian winner, Greyhound. by Jennifer Starr, for Pocono Downs              

Two additional nights of live harness racing have been added to the 2014 racing schedule at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs.  Friday, October 10th and Friday, October 17th have been added, both with the regular Post Time of 6:30pm. Racing fans will enjoy great promotions on both nights!  On October 10th, it’s Pick Your Trifecta night.  Fans can get their entry card between 5:00pm and 6:30pm in the Pacers Clubhouse lobby, and pick three numbers.  If the numbers come in straight, they will win a $50 live racing voucher; if boxed, they will get a $25 live racing voucher.  Exclusions apply, and official rules can be found at the Racing Rewards desk. Friday October 17 has been set as Fan Appreciation Night, thanking the great fans who have supported the track all season.  Starting at 6:30pm, they can stop by the Lower Grandstand Bar and choose from a season souvenir, which vary from shirts; backpacks; glasses; and more. A Racing Rewards card is required, and the souvenirs are one per fan while supplies last. The 2014 season continues until Saturday, November 22, with regular race nights of Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday. Plans are in the works for the 2015 season, which will be the track’s 50th birthday. by Jennifer Starr, for Pocono Downs

The best of the best of this year’s Pennsylvania-sired harness racing two-year-old trotters and pacers will gather together this Saturday night at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs for their $1,240,000 Championships Night program. The horses, in both the $260,000 finals and the $50,000 consolations, earned their way into these races by having the highest point totals based on finish position in four PA Sire Stakes preliminaries raced at the state’s tracks over the last two months. The four Championship events are slotted for races nine through twelve on Saturday’s 16-race card.  The stellar card also features the $50,000 Modern Family Open Trot, in honor of the late trotter trained by Daryl Bier, and featuring such star-power Wishing Stone; Arch Madness; Market Share; and Sevruga, along with four other heavy-hitters.  The $50,000 Adieu to the Almost Summer Pace will host the millionaire pacers Golden Receiver and Mach It So, who hit the finish line in a brilliant Dead Heat two weeks ago; millionaire Bolt The Duer; and Sunfire Blue Chip, headlining another star-studded field.  To kick off the Sire Stakes Championship Night, a special “Signings and Sightings” event will be held with Hall of Famer and former NY Giants Linebacker Lawrence Taylor on the Sky Bridge from 4:00pm to 5:30pm.  This is a wristband-only event, and fans may obtain their wristband starting at 1:00pm, which will be a limited amount.  Authorized photos only will be signed, and they will distributed at the event. The first 200 fans at 5:00pm can get the 50/50 deal; they pay $50, and receive a total of $100 in live racing vouchers.  Each $10 free voucher is good on a select Sire Stakes race or the Open Trot or Open Pace.  Post Time for the night is 6:30pm.  Racing continues at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday through November 22, and the track is dark the week of September 9-13 for the annual Oktoberfest celebration. JENNIFER STARR

Seven powerful mares hit the track for the $25,000 Preferred Handicap race at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs on Friday evening. George Napolitano Jr. gunned Show Runner (Little Steven - Peace Runner) out of the gate first, followed by Yagonnakissmeornot (The Panderosa-Artstopper, driven by Simon Allard; and Anndrovette (Riverboat King - Easy Miss), picking up a new driver in Andrew McCarthy, at odds of 3-5 , went three-wide to soon take over the lead. Fractions were 26.2; 55.3; 123; and the $3 million-plus mare held on for a gutsy neck win over the fast-charging Yagonnakissmeornot, who was flying up the rail at the wire in a final time of 1:50.3. Arodasi (Western Terror - Do Me Justice) with Kevin Wallis picking up the drive, finished third. Anndrovette, trained by P J. Fraley, now has six wins for the season. She paid $2.80 to win. In an earlier race on the card, Krispy Apple (Western Ideal-Apple Krisp) picked up her first win of the season in dominating fashion and posted a new lifetime mark of 1:48.4. The mare is also trained by P J Fraley, and was driven to victory by Andrew McCarthy. by Jennifer Starr, for Pocono Downs  

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