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Maybe it was home court advantage but regardless of any outside factors, when the second leg of the North American Amateur Drivers Trotting Series was declared official, Monticello Raceway- regular Alan Schwartz scored a decisive five-length harness racing victory with his own Bad I Am in a time of 2:03. Taking advantage of the early breakers in the mile Schwartz fired his trotter toward the lead and finally gained command after the first stanza was trotted in :29.4. Once on top Bad I Am was never in trouble and the farther he went the more daylight he opened between himself and the rest of the field and at the wire Schwartz's trotter was an easy five-length winner over Flirting Deuzy, driven by Tony Verruso. Perter Gerry finished third with 41-1 shot Candid Man. "We got away with an easy one after Tagmaster (Bob Hechkoff) and a few others went off-stride at the start of the race," Schwartz said. "Although we had to work hard to get the lead but when we cleared Tony (Verruso driving Flirting Deuzy) we never had a serious challenge to rest of the mile." Now with a win and a second place finish in the first two legs, Schwartz is the current point leader in the three track series which will continue at Yonkers Raceway on March 26. John Manzi

Plans are in the works for a gala affair to be celebrated at harness racing's Goshen Historic Track around the running of this years Kentucky Derby on Saturday, May 2. To be used as a fundraiser for the world's oldest harness race track and National Historic Landmark, a Kentucky Derby-style party will be offered from 3pm-8pm on that first Saturday in May This is a fundraising project of Goshen Historic Track in its continuing efforts to carry on the heritage of Goshen and contributions to the harness racing industry. Plenty of entertainment, good food, music, dancing and even a Ladies Hat Contest will be in the offering, as well as the ability to wager on the Kentucky Derby and other races presented on that number one race card in North America. Waging will be available at Delanceys Restaurant, which is adjacent to Historic Track and is an outlet of the Catskill Regions' Off-track betting network. Party-goers will be able to wager on their choices and view the races from Louisville, KY that afternoon and watch the action on two monstrous television screens which will be set-up for the attending crowd. "The entire afternoon will center around the running of the Kentucky Derby and fun for all that attend. For further information please contact Historic Track office at 845.294.5333. by John Manzi for Historic Track

The first leg of the three track trotting series sponsored by the North American Amateur Drivers Association was contested at Freehold Raceway on Saturday afternoon, March 14 and when the judges hung the official signs Jimmy Marshall IV and Bob Hechkoff were each victorious in their respective divisions; Marshall IV with Blazin Delores in 2:01: 4 and Hechkoff with Pounce Hanover in 2:03. Blazin Delores had drawn the pole position and young Marshall gunned her to the lead and they got away with a soft first stanza when betting favorite Rev It Now (Hannah Miller) made a break after the start. As Blazin Delores trotted to the halfway point David Glasser with CSI What's My Name moved out to pick up the pace but they never cleared the leader. Marshall's mare still was in command and kept Glasser's charge at bay and when the straightened for home Blazin Delores was still strong and finished an easy two-length winner over CSI What's My Name. Keystone Sadie finished third for Peter Gerry. The winner is owned and trained by Laurie Molnar. She paid $6.20 for win. A second NAADA Trotting division was won in similar fashion when Bob Hechkoff took no prisoners and went down the road with Pounce Hanover from the pole position and rebuffed an early challenge from Bad I Am which forced driver Alan Schwartz to take a seat. Once Schwartz took the two-hole, Hechkoff's trotter was left alone in command and had clear sailing until the three quarters where challenges amounted. Schwatz moved alongside Hechkoff's charge and from far back came a hard-charging Windell Winkie and driver Tony Verruso rallying three- deep on the final turn. They were nearly side by side as they rambled through the lane and a photo was needed to determine the order of finish.The camera caught Pounce Hanover a head better than Bad I Am and Windell Winkie was another head back in third place, all three trotters timed in 2:03. Pounce Hanover is owned by Hechkoff's R.B.H Ventures, Inc and trained by Virgil Morgan. He rewarded his backers with a $4.40 win mutuel. The next leg will be contested at Monticello Raceway on Thursday, March 19. In the upcoming months the NAADA members will represent the USA in international amateur driving competitions against the French in April and the Spaniards in June. John Manzi for Naada

Without a doubt, when harness aficionados think of the hardest working, most dedicated and creative publicity hound in the business, without a doubt they think of John Manzi.    Known for his affable demeanor, wacky promotions, and as Master of Ceremonies of some of the Catskill region’s most memorable awards banquets, JM in the PM has never disappointed.   This list of individuals that Manzi and his Monticello-Goshen Chapter of USHWA have honored over the last several decades reads like a “who’s who” of harness racing.   Whether he was racing camels versus elephants, or crowning the King of the Matzos, Monticello Raceway’s man of the hour has always been John Manzi.   But alas, all good things must come to an end.  And after 40 years of bright lights and big laughs, Hall of Famer Manzi is going to take a well-deserved curtain call.   Friends of John Manzi would like to invite you to a fun-filled retirement party for the beloved harness racing writer and publicist on Sunday, May 31, 2015 at the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame in Goshen, NY.   Tickets are just $75 each and will include a catered buffet, refreshments  and a very special keepsake to commemorate the event.    Plan on joining your friends at 4pm that afternoon in the William Haughton Hall for a great time with lots of belly laughs, a slide show of memorable Manzi moments, and much, much more.   This is sure to be one of the most fun-filled, talked-about events of the summer...interested parties are urged to get your tickets early to avoid missing this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.   Sponsorships are available in a variety of denominations, and will go a long way to ensuring that this is a very special affair.   To purchase tickets or provide a sponsorship, please call Janet Terhune at 740-815-4343 or Email: janet.terhune@gmail.com.   by Chris Tully for the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame

Without a doubt, when harness aficionados think of the hardest working, most dedicated and creative publicity hound in the business, without a doubt they think of John Manzi. Known for his affable demeanor, wacky promotions, and as Master of Ceremonies of some of the Catskill region's most memorable awards banquets, JM in the PM has never disappointed. This list of individuals that Manzi and his Monticello-Goshen Chapter of USHWA have honored over the last several decades reads like a "who's who" of harness racing. Whether he was racing camels versus elephants, or crowning the King of the Matzos, Monticello Raceway's man of the hour has always been John Manzi. But alas, all good things must come to an end. And after 40 years of bright lights and big laughs, Hall of Famer Manzi is going to take a well-deserved curtain call. Friends of John Manzi would like to invite you to a fun-filled retirement party for the beloved harness racing writer and publicist on Sunday, May 31, 2015 at the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame in Goshen, NY. Tickets are just $75 each and will include a catered buffet, refreshments and a very special keepsake to commemorate the event. Plan on joining your friends at 4pm that afternoon in the William Haughton Hall for a great time with lots of belly laughs, a slide show of memorable Manzi moments, and much, much more. This is sure to be one of the most fun-filled, talked-about events of the summer...interested parties are urged to get your tickets early to avoid missing this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Sponsorships are available in a variety of denominations, and will go a long way to ensuring that this is a very special affair. To purchase tickets or provide a sponsorship, please call Janet Terhune at 740-815-4343 or Email: janet.terhune@gmail.com. by Chris Tully for the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame            

The upcoming NAADA Trotting Series, which is currently underway, will arguably be a training ground and hopefully ready the U.S. amateurs for international harness racing competitions against a French contingent In late April followed by contests against the Spanish amateurs in early June. "The dates have been set and the final details are being worked out in order to host our amateur friends who will be coming from across the sea," noted NAADA president Joe Faraldo . "It will be the first time that we (America) will race against our French counterparts on American soil." After checking the credentials of the French amateurs it appears that NAADA reps will have to be at the top of their game because the French are loaded with power. Sophie Blanchetiere is the reigning French amateur champion, a title earned for the second consecutive year. She has driven over 352 winners. And France's Romain Poree won the World Championship last year and is a three- time world champion Add to their prowess, teammates Michel Poirier and Christophe Roszak and the French will field four drivers who are in the top ten of the French Championships. Life for the NAADA reps (yet to be named) will continue to be interesting, to say the least, because on the heels of the French come the talented Spanish amateurs. "I believe the Spaniards have raced in America before against the Maryland amateurs a few years back but it will be the first time that they will be the metropolitan New York area," Faraldo explained. "And looking at the stats they are coming with the NAADA teams have their work cut out for them." Among the Spanish team members is Miguel Vich-Capo winner of the Spanish Amateur Championship in 2014-2013 and 2012. He has driven 174 winners thus far in his illustrious career. He'll be joined by Jauma-Bassa Riera, the winner of the Spanish Breeders Crown and a winner of 124 races. And Agustin Mascaro-Pou, a police officer who is the general secretary of F.E.G.A.T (the Euorpean Federation of Amateur Racing) has 28 wins. Also among the Spanish invaders are Juan Antonio-Horrach-Moya, an art merchant with 26 wins and Bernado Jauma-Cirer, a manufacturer and winner of 25 races. Races in the international competitions against the French are scheduled at Yonkers, Freehold and Monticello Raceways and at the Meadowlands. The race tracks where the Spanish amateurs will vie with NAADA are not yet finalized. By John Manzi for NAADA

Friends of Hall of Famer John Manzi would like to invite you to a fun-filled evening of camaraderie and story-telling on Sunday, May 31, 2015 at the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame. Together, along with some special guests, we will break bread, enjoy refreshments, and laugh with JM in the PM himself. It would be difficult to list all of the people who John has honored and entities he has helped support over the last four decades. It is our hope that many of those same harness industry leaders will be on hand to wish Mr. Manzi well. The festivities begin at 4 pm, will serve to commemorate John's 40+ years in the harness racing industry and double as a retirement party for one of the hardest working publicists this sport has ever known. SAVE THE DATE! SUNDAY, MAY 31, 2015...and stay tuned for exciting additional information about this event. For more details on attendance and sponsorship, please call Janet Terhune at 740-815-4343 or Email: janet.terhune@gmail.com The Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame

When Eddie Lohmeyer was a youngster he always knew he wanted a career in harness racing. At the age 12 he worked with his uncle, Al Manzi-Catello's father-- who at that time trained horses at the fabled Good Time Park in Goshen NY and every chance he had, Lohmeyer would go to a training or racing facility to work with the horses. And it was understandable since he was a member of a large harness racing family which not only included his dad and brother, but three uncles and five cousins, including yours truly. Upon graduating Monticello High School in 1961 Lohmeyer never even gave a thought about college opting instead to train and drive harness horses,. Right from the reel Eddie showed that he had talent and as a youngster he developed into an outstanding driver and showed he could handle a race horse with the best of the seasoned veterans. Though barely out of his teens Lohmeyer was off to an burgeoning career as a harness driver but all was interrupted when in the mid-1960's Uncle Sam said: "Here I Am". And given the choice after being drafted, Lohmeyer opted to join the proud Marines and served in Vietnam. Upon retuning to the States after his tour of duty, Lohmeyer picked up where he left off. He won driving titles at Green Mountain Park, Freehold Raceway, Atlantic City Raceway, Liberty Bell Park and Monticello Raceway and his stable grew larger and more powerful. But Lohmeyer was smarter than most in that he also possessed a great business acumen. And his talent for training, driving and buying and selling race horses, has paid major dividends. His first great horse was his dad's homebred colt, Eddy Jeff, named for him and his brother Jeffrey. Eddy Jeff was the leading money winning two year old pacer in the nation in 1971 when the colt earned in excess of $110,000. Hooking up with such patrons as Stonegate Farms, Bob Tucker; John Stoddard; Peter Heffering; John Van Kirk; and even former Secretary of the Treasury, Bill Simon, Lohmeyer, a kid from the country developed into a class act, a persona that has followed him throughout his career.. By 1980 Lohmeyer had driven over 2000 winners mostly in an era where the opportunity to race horses was limited to just eight or nine months a year. Over the years he has developed some of the biggest names in racing. Horses like Pacific Rocket; Pacific Fella, Landslide, Nuclear Siren, Mickie Rodney Skipper Dexter, Dunroven, Pacific Dynasty, Joanna's Time and others too numerous to mention have vaulted Lohmeyer to the top of the game and he is one of the most respected horsemen competing today. Now, in his sixth decade in the standardbred industry, in recent years Eddie turns the lines over to some of the sports top catch-drivers, which also included his cousin, Cat Manzi, that is, before the Catman retired from driving. Lohmeyer will admit that one of his all time favorite horses was Eddy Jeff, obviously because the colt was a family pet and the first star of his illustrious career. But when asked flat out, he will tell you that from the countless horses he has developed or has been involved with in the nearly 55 years he's been in the game, Pacific Fella is his all-time favorite even choosing him over his $2.33 million earner, Pacific Rocket. "Pacific Fella was gritty and a great race horse. In fact he set the Hoosier Park track record of 1:48:2 in 1998 and it wasn't until 2010 that the record was lowered," he boasts. "Still his (Pacific Fella) race time is the third fastest ever there. Lohmeyer's career could fill a book or even be good fodder for a movie, and to single out a few of his wonderful experiences is no easy task. But of all the champions he has come across in his lifetime none is finer than his lovely and accomplished wife, Dr. Patty Hogan, the extraordinary veterinarian of Smarty Jones and Afleet Alex fame. In an industry where owners often change trainers to this day, after nearly 45 years, Lohmeyer still trains horses for Bob Tucker's Stonegate Farm. In fact last year Tucker's 2 year old pacing filly sensation, Ideal Nuggets, trained by Lohmeyer, took a record of 1:50.2 ,earned nearly $190,000, and figures to be among the best sophomore pacing fillies during the 2015 campaign. "I guess I've been blessed in all aspects of my life," he admits . "I've had some great horses over the years and no way am I ready to hang up my colors. Who knows, that Hambletonian or Little Brown Jug winner may come from my barn one of these days." by John Manzi, his last story as Pr Director for Monticello Raceway  

(Monticello, NY). Having reached a 50 year milestone working in the harness racing industry (with 34 years serving as Monticello Raceway’s publicity director), today John Manzi announced his retirement effective December 19th, 2014. Commenting on his retirement, Manzi stated, “Every race has to come to an end. And after five decades of answering the call to the post, the time is right for me to relax a little and enjoy my golf clubs and my grandchildren. "After seeing so much being at the helm of the Monticello Raceway public relations office for many years," Manzi said, "one thing remains supremely important to me. It’s all of the good people I have met and the friends I have made.”  While he is officially retiring, Monticello Raceway management and John Manzi have agreed that he will continue to write articles for the track and from time-to-time he will offer assistance to racing operations office. Laurette Pitts, Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer for Empire Resorts, Inc., owner of Monticello Raceway, stated, “John Manzi is simply an industry legend. Through good times and bad, John played a pivotal role in promoting the harness racing sport. Utilizing his unique brand of creativity, he generated an incalculable amount of good will and positive exposure for Monticello Raceway.  While his booming laugh and friendly smile will be greatly missed, we understand his desire to enter this new phase of his life.” Manzi began his harness racing career in 1958, three years before he would graduate from Monticello High School, when he began working as a trainer at the stables his family owned locally. He consequently began his racing career where he won seven out of eight of his first races at local county fairs.  In 1974, after living and racing all over the East Coast, he got a chance to come back home when he became the assistant to Monticello Raceway Racing Secretary. Two years later, after a brief stint as Racing Secretary, Manzi was assigned to Monticello Raceway’s office of publicity and public relations. In 1980 he was promoted to the position of publicity director. From racing elephants, to camels, to elephants against camels, to having a former New York Giants football player race against a horse, Manzi built an impressive legacy of garnering attention for Monticello Raceway. Monticello Casino and Raceway Assistant General Manager Shawn Wiles commented, “Everyone in our industry knows about John’s uncanny ability to generate positive publicity. What few people know is that apart from managing the big publicity events for our track, John is a universal ambassador for the entire harness racing sport.” A tireless fundraiser, Manzi has helped numerous industry organizations offset day-to -day expenses through his benevolent efforts. He has been the impetus for money raised and donated to the Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame, the Goshen Historic Track, the Saratoga Harness Hall of Fame, the Standardbred Retirement Fund and the Harness Horse Youth Foundation. As a driving force in the Monticello-Goshen Chapter of the United States Harness Writers Association (“USHWA”), he runs its annual banquet that honors their local horsemen and then uses the proceeds to fund numerous other worthwhile causes throughout the year. Besides his promotional work of the sport at Monticello Raceway, he has done publicity for the New York Sire Stakes and other New York State races and worked for Bruce Hamilton when he was the executive director of the Harness Horse Breeders of New York State. He is also the publicist for the Billings Amateur Driving Series and the North American Amateur Drivers Association. He is a former national president of both USHWA and the Harness Publicist Association.   Manzi's exceptional efforts have not gone unnoticed through the years. He is a member of the Communicator's Hall of Fame in Goshen and has received the Proximity Award from USHWA, the Pinnacle Award from the Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame, the Appreciation Award from Harness Horsemen International, the Laurel Award from New York City USHWA and was named USHWA's Person of the Year in 1992. “I can’t thank Monticello Raceway management enough for all the wonderful years I’ve spent here.” Manzi added. “I grew-up in the area, graduated from Monticello High School in 1961, and always had a special feeling in my heart for Monticello Raceway; like ‘it was my own race track’. Some say I’ve been good for the raceway, but I say the raceway has been good for me. I couldn’t have been more dedicated if I had owned the raceway myself.” The entire Monticello Casino and Raceway management team and employees thank John for his years of dedicated service and wish John a long and healthy retirement.  by Shawn Wiles, for Monticello Raceway

After again running another successful harness racing awards banquet in late November the Monticello-Goshen Chapter of U.S. Harness Writers again donated $3000 to Historic Track at their monthly Board Meeting on December 10. The presentation of the check was made to Steve Jones, President of Historic Track's Board of Directors by John Manzi, the chapter's banquet chairman who is also a longtime Historic Track Board member. "The check looks like is has seen better days," Jones said to which Manzi replied, "Still, it's worth $3000 and you can take that to the bank!" The donation will be matched and the National Historic Landmark will actually end-up with $6,000. For the 31st consecutive year the Monticello-Goshen Chapter of the U.S. Harness Writers Association has donated to Historic Track the Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame. Last summer the organization presented a $3000 check to Museum President Ebby Gerry, Jr. prior to the ceremonies at the Hall of Fame Banquet in Goshen, NY in early July. Since the mid 1980's the Monticello-Goshen Chapter USHWA has donated money to Goshen Historic Track and the Harness Racing Museum. Money raised for the donations is made possible from successful chapter banquets and the continued support of the chapter's charity journals. by John Manzi, for Monticello Raceway

This year USHWA's National Amateur Driver of the Year Award goes to Bob "Rapid Rail" Krivelin and it could be said that Krivelin won the honor in a split decision. His name rose to the top over other prolific drivers and for the New York City wholesale food purveyor it marks the third time that he has received this prestigious award. When Krivelin was notified he was on vacation in Florida relaxing, swimming and playing golf. But when he answered his cell phone and found out the news, to say he was jubilant would have been an understatement. "I'm really happy and proud to be named the top amateur driver again this year, especially when the amateur driving colony is the best it's ever been. To be chosen over the talented others really makes me feel great," Krivelin said via cell phone. "I work hard at staying in shape and I feel that this was my best year yet, and I feel I'm driving better than I ever have. I drove with more confidence this year ,too." From 74 seasonal starts Krivelin has 15 wins, 10 seconds and 13 thirds for a very respectable .336 UDR. His seasonal victory total is second only to the 22 winners he reined during 2001 when he was named Amateur Driver of the Year for the first time. Two years ago Krivelin copped his second amateur driving title and although he rarely drives more than 75 times a year he thus has far reined 167 winners since he began his amateur career in 1996. Some of his triumphs this season include winning the $12,000 Billings Eastern Region Final with Permanent Joy in a time of 1:57 at Pocono Downs on November 12 and Krivelin won the $14,000 Final of the North American Amateur Drivers Association's spring trotting series with Current Crisis in a 1:59.3 clocking at Yonkers Raceway back in May. "I love amateur racing," he says. "In what other sport can a participant get a chance to compete side by side with their hero's? That's a big draw for the amateur movement in harness racing." And while he was on the subject Krivelin expounds how harness racing wouldn't be the same if it weren't for the amateurs. "Just look at how many invest in race horses and employ professional trainers and drivers.Take Doc (Scott) Woogen for instance; he must have 40 horses with various trainers and drivers many of which he drives himself when time allows. And me, I have 13 horses, three which I train and drive myself, and the rest with professional trainers and drivers. And like many other amateur guys I purchased a farm to house my stock." From a young age Krivelin, who hails from the Bronx, was bitten by the harness racing bug. "When I was a youngster I used to sneak into Yonkers Raceway with some friends after the seventh race when they opened the gates," Krivelin said unashamedly. "Those days, foolishly, youngsters weren't allowed in the grandstand. "It was from the excitement and fun of the races at Yonkers that I got hooked on harness racing. The crowds were tremendous, the racing top notch, so what wasn't there to like?" After becoming a successful businessman and then spending much of his leisure time around the Meadowlands he purchased a few horses and in 1996 "Kriv", as many of his friends call him, drove his first race. He finished fifth with Straight Talk at the Meadowlands in 1996 and it was behind that same trotter that year that he won his first race (2:04.2) at Rosecroft Raceway. Winning your first race is often like that first girlfriend who most men usually remember with reverence. But not Kriv. Although in 2003 he drove his own Rapid Rail to a Hambletonian Oaks elimination victory-thus his nickname-- and then finished second in the Final, still he claims his greatest thrill thus far was winning his first race against professional drivers at the Meadowlands in 2001. "I won with a trotter by the name of Heathen Hall who was by Incredible Abe and my dad's (first) name was Abe, "Krivelin said as he recalled the joy of that victory," Although I had won some amateur races at the Meadowlands before it was my first win against field of professionals and it came from the 10-hole. I not only beat the pros but the top drivers that night." But Krivelin is an amateur driver in the true sense of the word. Although he currently owns 13 horses and employs multiple trainers, his main profession is a wholesale food purveyor-or as he claims 'a distributor'-- and he and his partner supply 500 restaurants in New York City, including some of the very best. Much of the money he has earned from his vocation Krivelin has put into the racing game, and says, maybe with tongue in cheek --and maybe not---"It's great when you get hooked on harness racing.... but when you do it's all that you think of and it takes up your whole life." by John Manzi, for USHWA  

Due to the impending snow predicted for the Catskill region in southeastern New York State, Monticello Raceway is cancelling its Tuesday (Dec. 9) racing program. Also cancelled are Tuesday's day and night simulcasts. Qualifying races slated for Wednesday, December 10 will be postponed and raced on Thursday, December 11. The entry box for those qualifiers will remain open until 11:45am on Wednesday. Weather permitting, live racing will resume on Wednesday. First post slated for 12:25pm by John Manzi, for Monticello Raceway

Although qualifying races at Monticello Raceway were scheduled for Wednesday (Dec. 3) , due to a forecasted ice storm on Tuesday evening, the qualifiers will be postponed until Thursday (Dec. 4). Post time on Thursday will be at 10am. Because of the postponement the entry box will remain open until 11:45am on Wednesday. by John Manzi, for Monticello Raceway

Due to the impending heavy snowstorm Monticello Raceway is cancelling its live race card on Wed. Nov. 26. Also cancelled are the morning qualifiers on Wednesday as well as the evening simulcasts. However, afternoon simulcasts may be available. With no racing scheduled on Thanksgiving Day, (Nov27) the next live racing program from Monticello Raceway will be on Monday, December 1. First post is slated for 12:25pm by John Manzi, for Monticello Raceway  

At a recent meeting of the Auxiliary of Goshen Historic Track at Delancey's Restaurant in the village, the Auxiliary made a $7,000 donation to the members of the Historic Track's Board of Directors who joined them for dinner that evening. Accepting the $7,000 check from co-president Judy Green was Steve Jones, President of the track's Board of Directors . "We are always so very appreciative of the Auxiliary's dedicated efforts and we can't thank them enough", Jones said." The ladies do an outstanding job and work tirelessly to raise money for Historic Track." Money is raised annually through the efforts of members of the Historic Track Auxiliary with an array of fundraisers. Last year $7,000 was donated and in previous years they donated more. And over the past few decades the amount of the Auxiliary's donations is well into six figures . "We apologize that our donation isn't what it usually has been but these are tough times. Still we are always very pleased to be able to provide a $7000 donation to the track from the efforts of our very dedicated volunteers," said Auxiliary co-president Eveline White. by John Manzi, for Goshen Historic Track

Senior director of racing Eric Warner has announced that the draw schedule at Monticello Raceway during the week of Thanksgiving will be altered as follows. On Tuesday, Nov. 25 he'll draw post positions for Monday, December 1. On Wednesday, Nov. 26 he'll draw pp's for Tuesday, December 2 No draw on Thursday, Thanksgiving Day On Friday the draw will be for Wednesday, December 3 Then on Monday, December 8 the draw schedule returns to normal. by John Manzi, for Monticello Raceway

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