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With $585,000 at stake, Ginger And Fred is going to have to dance as fast as she can. The freshman pacer with the Hollywood name has put every foot right thus far. Apart from her first baby race, where she finished fifth, Ginger And Fred has been no worse than second in nine starts.

Saturday night's $325,230 final of the Lismore Pace--companion event to the Rooney--saw Thong (Tetrick) two-move to glory in 1:53.3...a new track record for 3-year-old fillies. Leaving from post No. 6--same venue as Badlands Nitro--Thong ducked in fourth while Hammah Isabel (Gingras) rated early intervals of :28.2 and :57.

Snow White, the 2007 champion filly, rebounded from a rare miscue last week to win the second of the two $35,000 Del Miller elims in 1:54. Starting from post nine, John Campbell floated Snow White to the lead in a :28.1 opening quarter and rated her through middle fractions of 57.1 and 1:26.

Trainer Kevin Lare says everything’s coming up roses for his four-year-old pupil, Southwind Tempo. The daughter of Bettors Delight is rated the 2-1 morning line favourite going into Saturday night’s $405,715 Roses Are Red Stakes final, and with the advantage of having chosen her post position (#2) thanks to a win in last week’s elimination round, Lare believes she’s in an excellent spot to come home flower-bedecked.

Last season’s top 2-year-old trotters, Deweycheatumnhowe and Snow White, both won qualifiers Thursday morning (June 19) at the Meadowlands Racetrack, although the vibes around each was decidedly different.

In 2006, trainer Kevin Lare brought two yearlings home from the Lexington Selected Sale. One was a precocious trotting filly named Snow White, who became a world champion and millionaire at two. The other was a son of Artiscape named Yankee Rocketeer, who is still trying to find his footing after a rocky freshman season.

Southwind Tempo maneuvered around tiring horses and soared down the stretch to win the $136,400 Overbid on Friday night at the Meadowlands.

Southwind Tempo stamped herself the one to beat in the $136,400 Overbid Final as she scored a 1:51.1 victory in the second round of the series on Friday night (March 14th) at the Meadowlands.

For folks outside of the state of Delaware, it might comes as a surprise that there are three brothers based there who have had three divisional champions among them over the last couple of years.

Southwind Tempo made an impressive 4-year-old debut as she marched to a 1:50.4 victory in a $50,000 Overbid Series division Friday night at the Meadowlands.

Snow White’s fairytale season thrust trainer Kevin Lare into the national spotlight in 2007, a success story that could grow as he takes over the reins on another divisional champion. Lare recently added Southwind Tempo, the 2007 Three-Year-Old Filly Pacer of the Year, to his barn.

No amount of money could likely make trainer Kevin Lare and his partners part with the 2-year-old brother to Snow White, the 2007 2-Year-Old Trotting Filly of the Year.

Snow White was by far the fairest one of them all as she and John Campbell made quick work of their rivals in Saturday's $652,950 Goldsmith Maid Final at Woodbine Racetrack.

Coming off a surprising break last weekend at Woodbine Racetrack, Snow White's trainer, Kevin Lare, spoke at length with Trot Insider Thursday afternoon, revealing a plethora of unknown tidbits surrounding his World Record holder heading into the $652,950 Goldsmith Maid.

The first thing that hits you is that the earplugs are still in her ears. As John Campbell pulled up Snow White after she trotted a mile in 1:52.4 on Tuesday afternoon (October 2), there were no bobbing earplugs hanging on the neck of the Amazonian-sized filly.

Snow White scorched the Red Mile Tuesday afternoon winning her $81,250 division of the International Stallion Stakes in a breathtaking clocking of 1:52.4, which makes her the fastest rookie trotter in the history of the sport.

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