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WASHINGTON, PA, Nov. 18, 2019 -- Dave Palone drove a single winner Monday at The Meadows to lift his career total to 18,998. He'll have plenty of chances to reach the 19,000 milestone Tuesday, with 12 assignments scheduled on the 13-race card. Meanwhile, the jackpot for the Super Hi-5 grew to $40,921.13. The wager is offered on the final race of each live card. Tuesday's program also features a $5,000 total-pool guarantee in the Pick 4 (races 3-6). Nearly lost in the excitement over Palone's quest and the Super Hi-5 was the big day achieved by Jim Pantaleano, who collected five wins on the program. In Monday's feature, a $20,000 Open Handicap Trot, Final Breath attacked the leader, Donatover, down the backside and passed him into the final turn, downing him by 2-1/2 lengths in 1:53.4. Early leader Supergirl Riley finished third. Tony Hall piloted Final Breath, a 9-year-old Victory Sam-First Breath gelding who now boasts $569,098 in career earnings, for trainer Norm Parker and owner Duane Lowe. By Evan Pattak, for The Meadows Standardbred Owners Association  

WASHINGTON, PA, Nov. 15, 2019 -- When You Dance relentlessly wore down the harness racing leader, Bettor Than Spring, and edged him at the wire to pull off an 11-1 upset in Friday's $18,000 Open Handicap Pace at The Meadows. When You Dance was fourth down the backside when Jim Pantaleano sent him first over. When You Dance and Bettor Than Spring dueled through the stretch before When You Dance surged late to score the head victory in 1:52.2. Real Peace shot the Lightning Lane for show. Christen Pantaleano owns and trains the winner, a 4-year-old Mach Three-Armbro Dancer gelding who pushed his career bankroll to $172,047. Dave Palone collected four wins on the 13-race card while Jim Pantaleano, Mike Wilder and trainer Ron Burke each enjoyed a triple. With his haul, Palone lifted his career victory total to 18,997. Live racing at The Meadows resumes Monday when the program features a $37,849.43 carryover in the final-race Super Hi-5. First post is 1:05 PM. By Evan Pattak, for The Meadows Standardbred Owners Association

WASHINGTON, PA, Oct. 23, 2019 -- I Want Kandy vaulted to the lead from post 3 and never let a harness racing rival within striking distance, springing an 11-1 upset in Wednesday's feature at The Meadows, a $13,500 Conditioned Trot. I Want Kandy foiled the uncovered bid of Perseverance and triumphed for Jim Pantaleano in 1:55, A length better than You're Majestic in the Lightning Lane. Trixie Dust rallied for show. Scott Betts trains the 6-year-old daughter of Angus Hall-Celebrity Kandy, who extended her lifetime bankroll to $209,318, for Brookside Stables and Keith Gravis. Pantaleano collected four wins on the 13-race card, including a pair for trainer J.L. Adams. After a brief hiatus, live racing at The Meadows resumes Monday, when the program features a pair of rich wagering opportunities: a $5,000 total-pool guarantee for the Pick 4 (races 3-6) and a $9,292.79 carryover in the final-race Super Hi-5. First post is 1:05 PM. by Evan Pattak, for the Meadows Standardbred Owners Association  

WASHINGTON, PA, Oct. 14, 2019 -- Whats The Word confidently pulled the pocket down the backside and rolled to an easy harness racing victory in Monday's $20,000 Open 1 Handicap Trot at The Meadows. Whats The Word was stalking Donatover, who had a rough journey to the front. When driver Jim Pantaleano sensed that the leader was weakening, he moved outside and asked Whats The Word for trot. The 4-year-old son of Donato Hanover-Your Word Is Good drew off and defeated Final Breath by a length in 1:54. Barn Girl, hard used from post 8, finished third. Scott Betts trains Whats The Word, who vaulted over $300,000 in career earnings, for Go Fast Stable, Kapideo Singh and Earl Hill, Jr. Mike Wilder piloted three winners on the 13-race card. Live racing at The Meadows continues Tuesday when the program features a trio of rich wagering opportunities: a $5,000 total-pool guarantee for the Pick 4 (races 3-6); a $3,216.53 double carryover in the Pick 5 (races 2-6); a $1,548.56 carryover in the final-race Super Hi-5. First post is 1:05 PM. By Evan Pattak, for The Meadows Standardbred Owners Association    

STICKNEY, IL - The summer harness racing season at Hawthorne Race Course culminates this weekend as eleven stakes finals will compromise Night of Champions on Saturday night. Four legs of preliminary events have led to the finals for two and three-year olds while eliminations were contested last weekend for the aged divisions. With a 7:20 PM post time Saturday, events will begin earlier in the night, including a driver autograph session at 6:30 PM and the ability to meet past Illinois Champion horse Mini Me on the Hawthorne apron. The $45,000 Robert S. Molaro Handicap kicks off the stakes evening as reigning Illinois-bred Horse of the Year Fox Valley Gemini leads the field of six. A winner of 29 of 38 lifetime starts, the Terry Leonard trainee has won 10 times this year, including last week's preview. Owned by Jim Ballinger, Casey Leonard will be in the bike. Unlocked returns to Hawthorne as he recently surpassed $600,000 in lifetime earnings. A winner at Hawthorne last year, he races for trainer Nelson Willis with Jim Pantaleano driving. Two-year-old filly trotters follow in the $82,000 Fox Valley Flan Championship. The full field of ten is led by of pair of Steve Searle trainees in Bee See and Lous Abigail. Bee See draws post position two and she enters the race a winner of five of nine starts on the year. Regular driver Kyle Husted will be in the bike. The second Searle trainee, Lous Abigail, isn't helped by her post draw as she will start from the outside of the field of ten. Leading driver Casey Leonard gets the call as Lous Abigail has finished first of second in all nine of her starts. Juvenile filly pacers are next up with a wide open field of ten in the $115,000 Incredible Tillie Championship. Different horses have won legs in this series as Fox Valley Exploit leads the way from the inside. Trained and driven by Kyle Husted, Fox Valley Exploit has won half of her eight starts on the year, including the Directors Award two races back. Sign Her Up races for trainer Charles Arthur as Juan Franco drives. A winner of three of her last five, Sign Her Up comes in off a victory in the most recent leg of the Incredible Tillie. Sleazy Gal draws the outside for owner Engel Stable of IL, LLC and trainer Erv Miller. A winner from the outside in the final at the Illinois State Fair last month, Kyle Wilfong returns in the bike. Aged trotters take to the track in the $45,000 Plesac Championship. The field of five features top mare Annas Lucky Star as she faces the boys once again. The track record holder is owned by Danny Graham and races for Nelson Willis. A 32-time winner from 56 starts, Annas Lucky Star was impressive in last week's preview victory. Kyle Wilfong returns to drive. Talk About Valor poses the biggest threat to Annas Lucky Star. Casey Leonard drives the Gerald Hansen trainee as he has found the board in all 18 starts this year. The $95,000 Beulah Dygert Memorial Championship for three-year-old filly trotters has a field of ten as the favorite draws the rail. Flacco Family Farms LLC owned Louzotic starts from the inside for trainer Steve Searle and driver Kyle Husted. A winner of 10 of 14 starts on the year, Louzotic rides a four race win streak into this final. Another in fine form is Skippymalou as the second of four starters in the race for Flacco Family Farms. A six time winner on the year, she enters this final a winner of three of her last four starts. Casey Leonard drives Skippymalou. Three-year-old male trotters follow in the $92,000 Erwin F. Dygert Memorial Championship. Flacco Family Farms LLC is featured prominently once again with a pair in this race. Lousraptor has six victories on the year and has hit the board in 13 of 16 races. Casey Leonard returns in the bike. Lourhianon pulled off the upset of Lousraptor in the final leg leading into this final for trainer Kennedy Lindsey. He draws the outside in the final for driver Luke Plano as he looks for his seventh victory of the year. The $108,000 Kadabra Championship for two-year-old male trotters is led by the talented Fox Valley Quest from the barn of trainer Tom Simmons. A winner of nine of 11 starts, Fox Valley Quest looks to show his speed and control this field from start to finish for driver Casey Leonard. Crooked Creek has arrived late on the scene, but comes in off an impressive win on the front end in his most recent start for trainer Mike Brink. Ryan Anderson picks up the drive once again. Male juvenile pacers race in the $102,000 Incredible Finale Championship as the top contenders are stuck on the outside of this full field. Megan Rogers Racing Stables Incorporated's Fox Valley Ren is the one to beat for trainer Nelson Willis. A winner of seven of nine starts this year, he has good early speed and has shown past ability to overcome the outside draw. Kyle Wilfong remains in the bike. One slot to Fox Valley Ren's outside is He'zzz A Wise Sky from the barn of Don Filomeno. Getting a later start to his season, He'zzz A Wise Sky has been ultra-impressive, winning four straight races coming into this final. The most competitive race of the evening looks to be the $109,000 Robert F. Carey Jr. Memorial Championship. Three horses have traded punches for supremacy at this level led by Maximus, from the barn of Ken Rucker. The seven-time winner on the year was third in the final at the Illinois State Fair and was game in victory in the final leg of the Carey leading into tonight's race. Trainer Erv Miller sends out Meyer on Fire, who got the best of Maximus at the Illinois State Fair. With four wins on the year, Meyer on Fire has hit the board in 10 of 12 starts this season. Fox Valley Triton races for Terry Leonard. The runner-up at the State Fair and in the most recent leg of the Carey, he has hit the board in 12 of 14 this season. $100,000 is on the line in the Plum Peachy Championship for three-year-old filly pacers. A pair that has battled throughout the season meet up again as Fox Valley Torrid and Perch look to settle who is best in this class. Fox Valley Torrid races for Sox Valley Standardbreds and trainer Rodney Freese. A winner of seven of 15 starts on the year, he has won three of his last four entering this final. Casey Leonard drives. Perch has been on the wrong end of the battle with Fox Valley Torrid recently, but did get the best of her in winning the final at the Illinois State Fair in August. She has won six of 15 starts this year for trainer Jay Garrels as regular driver Kyle Wilfong returns to drive. The Night of Champions closes out with a full field of aged female pacers in the $45,000 Tony Maurello Championship. Trainer Dirk Simpson sends out Fox Valley Charm who comes off a victory in the elimination last week. Whiskersonkittens won the second elimination last week as trainer Kim Roth looks to have her in fine form leading into this final. Driver Luke Plano has been a good fit for her in recent starts. Hawthorne Race Course, Chicago's Hometown Track, returned for live harness racing on Friday, May 3. The summer harness meet opened on Friday, May 3 and races through September 22. Fall thoroughbreds close out the year, running from October 10 through December 28. For more information, visit www.Hawthorneracecourse.com or contact Hawthorne at 708-780-3700. by Jim Miller, for Hawthorne Race Course

WASHINGTON, PA, Aug. 27, 2019 -- Suddenly Royal abandoned the pocket past the quarter and made the move stand up as she won her third straight -- and gave harness racing driver Jim Pantaleano one of his five victories on the 13-race card -- in Tuesday's feature at The Meadows, a $13,500 Filly & Mare Conditioned Pace. Although Suddenly Royal was sitting behind the 2-5 favorite, Lakeisha Hall, Pantaleano wanted that one in his rear-view mirror and took the point. Suddenly Royal downed Lakeisha Hall by a length in 1:52 over a "good" surface, with Easy Three third. Suddenly Royal appeared to bear out briefly down the backside, but following an inquiry, the judges did not disturb the order of finish. The 4-year-old daughter of Dragon Again-Resilient is owned by A Piece Of The Action LLC and trained by Christen Pantaleano, who sent out three of her husband's winning quintet. Live racing at The Meadows continues Wednesday when the program features a pair of stakes for freshman filly trotters -- a $180,505 Pennsylvania Sires Stake and a $60,000 PA Stallion Series event -- as well as a $969.04 carryover in the final-race Super Hi-5. First post is 1:05 PM. By Evan Pattak, for The Meadows Standardbred Owners Association  

WASHINGTON, PA, Aug. 20, 2019 -- Suddenly Royal stalked Lakeisha Hall from the pocket, then blew by her in the Lightning Lane to capture Tuesday's feature at The Meadows, a $13,500 Filly & Mare Conditioned Pace. Suddenly Royal sprang to the early lead and stretched out Lakeisha Hall to a swift 26.2 quarter before yielding. When Jim Pantaleano angled Suddenly Royal to the Lightning Lane, she had plenty in the tank and downed Lakeisha Hall in 1:51.4. Caviart Scarlett completed the ticket. Christen Pantaleano trains the 4-year-old daughter of Dragon Again-Resilient for A Piece Of The Action LLC. Live racing at The Meadows resumes Wednesday, when the program features a pair of events for 3-year-old colt and gelding trotters -- a $167,002 Pennsylvania Sires Stake and a $40,000 PA Stallion Series stake. First post is 1:05 PM. By Evan Pattak, for The Meadows Standardbred Owners Association

WASHINGTON, PA, July 23, 2019 -- Sansovina Hanover stalked Caviart Scarlett from the pocket, then edged by her in the Lightning Lane to capture Tuesday's harness racing feature at The Meadows, an $11,500 Filly & Mare Conditioned Pace. Caviart Scarlett won the early battle for the lead, accelerating through a 26.4 opening quarter that forced Sansovina Hanover and Jim Pantaleano to the pocket. But the 4-year-old daughter of Somebeachsomewhere-Shacked Up was the stronger mare late, downing Caviart Scarlett by a head in 1:52, matching her career fastest. Our GG rallied for show. Doug Snyder trains Sansovina Hanover, who lifted her career bankroll to $264,469, for Frank Poerio, Jr. It was one of six wins for Pantaleano on the 13-race card, including a pair for trainer Scott Betts and one each for Corey Kreiser, Christen Pantaleano Bill Popio and Snyder Live racing at The Meadows continues Wednesday, when the program features a $5,370.08 carryover in the final-race Super Hi-5. First post is 1:05 PM.   By Evan Pattak for The Meadows Standardbred Owners Association

WASHINGTON, PA, Nov. 20, 2018 -- Last by 8 lengths at the half, Cracklin Rosie followed a line of cover to the final turn, then roared wide through the lane to capture Tuesday's $20,000 Filly & Mare Preferred Handicap Pace at The Meadows. Cracklin Rosie was third in a cover flow that seemed excessive. But when Jim Pantaleano tipped her wide for the drive, she showed she's no "store-bought woman" -- as Neil Diamond's 1970 chart-topper Cracklin Rosie had it -- and erased the last 3-1/2 lengths of her deficit, scoring in 1:55.4 over a sloppy surface. Jewels Forreal shot the Lightning Lane for second, 1-1/2 lengths back, while the first-over McDazzle finished third. Scott Betts trains the 5-year-old daughter of Badlands Hanover-Honey's Bud Lite, who extended her career bankroll to $225,846, for Tim Betts, Stephen Moss, Nicholas Catalano and Pedro Baez III. It was one of three wins on the 13-race card for Pantaleano. by Evan Pattak, for the Meadows

WASHINGTON, PA, Nov. 3, 2018 -- Forced to a demanding 26.4 opening quarter, Phoenix Warrior N found enough late to survive two deep-stretch challenges and capture Saturday's $20,000 Preferred Handicap Pace at The Meadows. After dueling for the early lead with Anythingforlove A and Windsong Leo, Phoenix Warrior N had to deal with both those rivals in the lane. Windsong Leo attacked outside while Anythingforlove shot the Lightning Lane, but Phoenix Warrior N kept his nose in front of Anythingforlove A and scored in 1:50.4 for Jim Pantaleano over a "good" surface. Windsong Leo was a close-up third. Scott Betts trains Phoenix Warrior N, an 8-year-old Jereme's Jet-Never Walk Alone gelding who won for the 13th time this year and lifted his career bankroll to $358,373, for Tim Betts, Nicholas Catalano and Stephen Moss. Dave Palone collected five wins on the 13-race card, including three for trainer Ron Burke. by Evan Pattak, for the Meadows      

WASHINGTON, PA, Oct. 20, 2018 -- Phoenix Warrior N dueled with Windsong Leo through a 26.4 third quarter before edging away late to capture Saturday's $18,000 Preferred Handicap Pace at The Meadows. Phoenix Warrior N and Jim Pantaleano were stalking Windsong Leo and Dave Palone from the pocket when, after a sluggish 29.3 second panel, they decided to duke it out right there. The rivals raced as a team until the stretch, where the 6-year-old Jereme's Jet-Never Walk Alone gelding was the stronger, downing Windsong Leo by a neck in 1:51.4 over a "good" surface. Dapper Dude finished third. Scott Betts trains Phoenix Warrior N, who won for the 12th time this year and lifted his career bankroll to $345,973, for Timothy Betts, Nicholas Catalano and Stephen Moss. Palone collected four wins -- including a pair for trainer Trent Stohler -- while Tony Hall and trainer Ron Burke each enjoyed a triple on the 13-race card. by Evan Pattak, for the Meadows

WASHINGTON, PA, Oct. 18, 2018 -- You really ought to give Iowa a try, a song from The Music Man famously implores us. Six years ago, trainer Wayne Hite took that advice literally. Now, purchasing and campaigning Iowa horses has become a major part of his business at The Meadows. Two more of Hite's Iowa purchases will be on display Saturday. Cash Vaughan (race 3, post 7) and Some More Prince (race 12, post 5), both with Jim Pantaleano aboard. First post is 1:05 PM. Hite's involvement with Iowa horses and owners began quite by accident. "We were at the Harrisburg sale in 2012, eating at a restaurant," Hite recalls. "We saw a fellow sitting there wearing a harness racing hat and struck up a conversation. He turned out to be Gary Liles, an Iowa horseman, who said at the end of the season there he usually had some horses to go because he didn't have anywhere else to race them, and would we be interested in them. "He called me later with a list of horses. We didn't have the resources that year to buy more than one or two, but they worked out. Now, I buy all his horses at the end of the Iowa season, and I also purchase from Paul Liles, Gary's father. They're both outstanding horsemen, and they've become like family to us." While other trainers have enjoyed success with purchases from the Hawkeye State, Hite is the "King of Iowa" at The Meadows. He and his wife Trudy have purchased and campaigned about 50 Iowa horses over the past six years -- the Hites often are joined on the ownership team by their friends, the Kalchthaler family, and Wayne's sister, Janis Hite-Niemiec -- including 13 that are racing now or soon will. Hite notes that Iowa imports can offer several advantages. They are, for example, race sharp. "They're seasoned horses that have learned how to race," he says. "They have a couple years under their belts, and they've been racing all summer, sometimes under bad conditions." They also have what might be called an "eligibility edge" in events written for non-winners of a race, or two or three races, life. In such events at The Meadows, victories in non-betting races, as Iowa fairs races are, don't count against a horse's win total. So horses may have a number of wins on their cards and still be eligible for NW1 or NW2 events, which they often dominate. Consider Saturday's pair. Cash Vaughan is a four-time winner In Iowa but will compete in a NW1. Some More Prince won five Iowa races before cruising to a 5-1/4-length romp in his Oct. 13 debut at The Meadows in a NW1. But Hite cautions others who might want to follow the trail that he's blazed that "you can't catch them with a butterfly net." For one thing, his success is built on the relationships he's developed over six years, an asset others may not have initially. For another, Iowa horsemen aren't greenhorns; they know full well what their horses may be worth at other venues, and they're not giving anything away. Hite has paid as much as $55,000 for his Iowa imports, a responsible price anywhere. Perhaps the key to Hite's record is the value he and his family add to the equation. For example, they focus on certain kinds of horses and typically spend a lot of time re-rigging them. "We target big trotters," Hite says. "We drop about six seconds off them, so if they're able to trot in 2:01 or 2:02 in Iowa and stay flat, I know they'll do here. We also hang them up to suit our track. There are a lot of head poles and boots that we can eliminate. That frees them up." Hite is a third generation horseman. Sons Kris, a trainer at The Meadows, and Justin, a trainer/driver/ blacksmith at the Aiken Training Track, comprise the fourth generation while Kris' son Bryce, who works with the family when he's home from college, is the prospective fifth generation. "I give a lot of the credit to Trudy," Hite says. "She has a good business head and calls most of the shots when it comes to classification and value. Justin flies up once a month to shoe all our horses." Saturday's card offers a number of attractive wagering opportunities, including a pair of rich pool guarantees -- $10,000 for the Pick 5, $7,500 for the Pick 4 -- and a $1,589.30 jackpot in the final-race Super Hi 5. by Evan Pattak, for the Meadows

WASHINGTON, PA, Oct. 15, 2018 -- Hockey Hanover roared through the sloppy stretch and overtook his stablemate, Southwind Cobra, at the wire to capture Monday's feature at The Meadows, a $13,000 Conditioned Trot. Hockey Hanover trailed by 5 lengths into the final turn when he found another gear for Jim Pantaleano and downed Southwind Cobra by a length in a career-best 1:55.2. Explosive Leggs finished third. Ron Burke trains Hockey Hanover, who last year won both the Pennsylvania Stallion Series championship and the PA Fairs title, for Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi LLC and M1 Stable. The 3-year-old Explosive Matter-Hotentrot Hanover gelding lifted his lifetime bankroll to $146,469. Mike Wilder piloted three winners on the 13-race card while Greg Wright, Jr. fashioned a training/driving double. by Evan Pattak, for the Meadows

WASHINGTON, PA, Sept. 27, 2018 -- When Christen Pantaleano dropped E Dee's Well Said into last week's Jugette, some observers might have concluded the trainer had "Jugette Fever" and was racing just to say she did. Her filly's credentials -- success in late closers at The Meadows, second in the Pennsylvania Sires Stake consolation -- didn't seem to justify a battle with the finest harness racing 3-year-old fillies in the sport. But if Pantaleano suffered from that disease, she was cured by watching E Dee's Well Said finish second, beaten a diminishing length by Alexa's Power, at an astronomical 62-1. The daughter of Well Said-Eternity's Delight earned more than $57,000, the biggest payday of her career. "If the race had been a few steps longer," she says, "we would have won it all. It was by far the greatest thrill of my life." On Saturday at The Meadows, E Dee's Well Said will try to maintain her momentum in the $61,500 Keystone Classic. She'll go from post 7 in race 4 with regular pilot (and Christen's husband) Jim Pantaleano, who guided her in the Jugette. First post is 1:05 PM. E Dee's Well said was purchased for $35,000 as a 2-year-old for C Jimmy D's Racing LLC, an investors' group that Christen Pantaleano manages. "She was very scrappy," the trainer recalls. "We took a chance on her, and as soon as we got her to the barn, she was game for everything. I always thought that she would be great on a half-mile track, and Jimmy always has been a great half-mile-track driver. From the time we bought her I told Jimmy, 'She's going to the Jugette.' "When I staked her to the Jugette, I thought they would go heats, which didn't happen. I thought she would be amazing in heats because absolutely nothing affects her." E Dee's Well Said has the Simpson and the Pegasus remaining this year. Prompted by her filly's stunning debut on a half-mile oval, Christen Pantaleano already is working on a plan for her 4-year-old campaign. "I would love to take her to Yonkers and see what she can do. She has so much potential, and she has an amazing attitude." Saturday's card includes a number of attractive wagering opportunities, including a pair of rich pool guarantees -- $7,500 for the Pick 4, $5,000 for the Pick 5 -- as well as a $957.10 jackpot for the Super Hi-5. by Evan Pattak, for The Meadows

WASHINGTON, PA, Sept. 8, 2018 -- Looped from the gate, Phoenix Warrior N nevertheless overpowered a distinguished field en route to his second straight victory -- and 11th this year -- in Saturday's $18,000 Preferred Handicap Pace at The Meadows. A 27.1 opening panel in the slop tested him, but Phoenix Warrior N opened a daylight lead for Jim Pantaleano and prevailed in 1:51.1, 1-1/4 lengths better than Windsong Leo, who rallied from an early break to earn place. The pocket-sitting Vague Traces was third. Scott Betts trains Phoenix Warrior N, an 8-year-old Jereme's Jet Never Walk Alone gelding who now boasts $324,823 in career earnings, for Timothy Betts, Nick Catalano and Stephen Moss. Aaron Merriman had eight drives on Saturday's program and made the most of them, collecting five wins, a second and a pair of fourths. Two of those victories were for trainer Bill Rhoades and owner Leah Rhoades. Dave Palone, Pantaleano and trainer Marcus Marashian each enjoyed a triple on the 13-race card. Live racing at The Meadows resumes Monday, when the card features a pair of Keystone Classics -- a $92,499 stake for 2-year-old colt and gelding trotters and an $82,700 event for freshman filly pacers. First post is 1:05 PM. by Evan Pattak, for The Meadows

WASHINGTON, PA, Sept. 6, 2018 -- Shuffled to third after grabbing the early lead, 12-1 long shot EZ Passer responded with a decisive first-over move that carried her to an easy score in Thursday's co-feature at The Meadows, a $13,000 Filly & Mare Conditioned Trot. EZ Passer zipped to the front for Jim Pantaleano and stretched out two challengers, Delcrest Magicstar and Bella's Punkett, before yielding. The 4-year-old daughter of Crazed-Musclegrad opened an insurmountable lead with her uncovered burst before prevailing by 6-1/2 lengths in 1:54.3. Rose Run Reanna rallied for second while favorite You're Majestic recovered from an early break to earn show. Bill Zendt trains EZ Passer, who lifted her career bankroll to $187,821, for Shanamphilaniklou Inc. In Thursday's companion feature, a $13,000 Filly & Mare Conditioned Pace, Bontz N extended her U.S. unbeaten streak to three with a powerful front-end win in 1:53.1 from post 9 for Tony Hall, trainer Sarah Andrews and owner Michael Jurczykowski. The 7-year-old daughter of American Ideal-Blue Delight compiled career earnings of $26,689 in her native New Zealand but has banked $19,100 in her first three U.S. starts. Hall collected four wins and Jim Pantaleano three on the 13-race card. by Evan Pattak, for The Meadows

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