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J&M Racing Stable's Embassy Seelster ($10.80, George Dennis) set a new track record for aged pacing mares with a 1:51.3 triumph in the $12,500 Mares Open II at the harness racing meeting at Harrington Raceway. The Doug Lewis-trainee led most of the way in her half-length victory over San Fran Lady N and Star Keeper. The 5-year-old Modern Art mare reset the track record, formerly held by Ladyfield (1:51.4) set in 2008. It was also a new national season's mark for pacing mares in North America on a half mile racetrack. That mark was formerly held by runner up San Fran Lady N (1:52.1). Harrington currently holds five of the nine national season's marks on half-mile racetracks. Also Encouraging ($2.10, Jim Morand), a top sophomore filly from last year who made $316,761, returned for her first win in her second start of this season for owners Richard Lombardo and David Kryway with a 1:53.3 score for trainer Josh Green in a $10,000 conditioned event. Another talented mare on the comeback trail notched her first 4-year-old win as CC Racing's Tyra ($4.80, Victor Kirby) capitalized on a class drop for a 1:54 win in a $10,000 conditioned pace. Trained by Jim King Jr., the 4-year-old Mcardle mare was a beaten favorite in Open company last week but helped to atone for that defeat with her first win in three starts this year. George Dennis had three driving wins on the program. Matt Sparacino  

Dave Drew enjoyed his biggest thrill in harness racing last year when Modern Legend won the Canadian Pacing Derby. He hopes the horse can add to his legend with another strong campaign this season. Modern Legend - the only horse Drew owns - races in Sunday's inaugural $150,000 Jerry Taylor Invitational for older pacers at Harrah's Philadelphia, where he will face a group that includes Levy Pacing Series champion Domethatagain and millionaires Clear Vision and Dancin Yankee. Modern Legend and driver James MacDonald will start from post eight. The race is part of a star-studded card that also features the $150,000 Maxie Lee Memorial Invitational for older trotters - where Dan Patch Award-winners Bee A Magician, Father Patrick, Classic Martine and Market Share make up half the field - and the $150,000 Betsy Ross Invitational for older female pacers. Seven-year-old Modern Legend heads to the Jerry Taylor Invitational off a second-place finish by a nose to JK Endofanera in last Saturday's opening round of the TVG Free For All Pacing Series at the Meadowlands. For the year, Modern Legend has posted two wins, a second and a third in four starts. He has won 21 of 67 career races and earned $916,192 for Drew, who also bred and trains the gelding. "I feel very good about him," said Drew, a 63-year-old from Ontario. "We'll do our best with (the post position). He's raced very well so far this year, so I'm certainly hoping for the best on Sunday in the Jerry Taylor. "Having a horse like him, it's something that's beyond anything I could have expected in racing," he added. "It's just been a real thrill to have this horse." Drew owned horses while working fulltime at General Motors in Ontario for 33 years. He began training after he retired from GM a dozen years ago. Modern Legend is a son of Modern Art out of the mare Ruby Cam. Drew and his brother, Greg, raced Ruby Cam, winning six of 11 races including the Middlesex County Pacing Series championship in 2003. Last season, Modern Legend and driver David Miller captured the $583,280 Canadian Pacing Derby at odds of 66-1, winning by three lengths over Foiled Again. "That's absolutely the highlight of racing for me," Drew said. "To have this horse and win the Canadian Pacing Derby was just outstanding. To be a part of this horse, he's just a fantastic animal. He did a great job. I couldn't be prouder of him." Drew is not alone. His wife Nancy and daughters Lisa and Stephanie are the horse's biggest fans. "They probably cheer the loudest of anyone when he's racing," Drew said. "They're avid fans. And they're very supportive of what I'm doing." Modern Legend, who was unraced at age 2 by design, put together an eight-race win streak bridging his 3- and 4-year-old seasons during which he swept the Autumn, Snowshoe and Cam Fella series. He was injured as the result of interference in the Cam Fella final and sidelined nine months, but returned to earn $229,469 at age 5. Last year, he banked a career-best $405,514, with five wins in 23 starts, and established his career mark of 1:47.2. He won four of his final 11 races and in the seven remaining starts lost only once by more than 1-3/4 lengths. "He closed out last year very well," Drew said. "I took it easy with him over the winter, kept him jogging and swimming. Swimming is part of his regular routine. I was hopeful coming into this year. He's probably started out at least as well as I would have expected for this season. I'm very happy with that. "He's staked somewhat comparable to last year. His next stakes engagement is the Ben Franklin at Pocono. Hopefully he'll fit in there and be ready to go for that." Following is the field for the Jerry Taylor Invitational in post order with listed drivers and trainers: 1. Doctor Butch, John Campbell, Linda Toscano 2. Sapphire City, Mark MacDonald, Paul Blumenfeld 3. Domethatagain, Simon Allard, Rene Allard 4. Great Vintage, David Miller, Jimmy Takter 5. Mach It So, Tim Tetrick, Jeff Bamond Jr. 6. Dancin Yankee, Brett Miller, Josh Green 7. Clear Vision, Yannick Gingras, Ron Burke 8. Modern Legend, James MacDonald, David Drew Following is the field for the Betsy Ross Mare Invitational in post order with listed drivers and trainers: 1. Sayitall BB, Yannick Gingras, Ron Burke 2. Anndrovette, Tim Tetrick, Jeff Bamond Jr. 3. Radar Contact, John Campbell, Noel Daley 4. Jerseylicious, David Miller, Wayne Givens 5. Table Talk, Andy Miller, Bart Dalious 6. Yagonnakissmeornot, Simon Allard, Rene Allard 7. Ooh Bad Shark, Allan Davis, William Wiggins 8. For The Ladies N, Brian Sears, Peter Tritton Following is the field for the Maxie Lee Memorial Invitational in post order with listed drivers and trainers: 1. Lindy's Tru Grit, Andy Miller, Julie Miller 2. DW's NY Yank, Matt Kakaley, Ron Burke 3. Bee A Magician, Brian Sears, R. Nifty Norman 4. Market Share, Tim Tetrick, Linda Toscano 5. Father Patrick, Yannick Gingras, Jimmy Takter 6. Melady's Monet, John Campbell, Kevin McDermott 7. Classic Martine, Tim Tetrick/George Napolitano Jr., Chris Oakes 8. Bourbon Bay, John Cummings Jr., Megan Wilson by Ken Weingartne Harness Racing Communications USTA

Riverside harness racing trainer Chester Bullock doesn't often ignore advice of co-owners of his six-year-old Cardinal Art but he was glad he did in Launceston on Sunday night. Bullock said his partners in the horse weren't keen when he advised them he wanted to apply pull-down blinds to the gear of Cardinal Art but he put them on anyway and they proved the desired result. Cardinal Art settled last in the Longford Equine Clinic Stakes (2200m) before being sent three-wide around the field at the bell. When driver Ricky Duggan edged close to the leader 400 metres from home he released the blinds. The gelded son of Modern Art bounded clear and went on to defeat Butch And Clyde by over seven metres with I've Got Oomph just over a metre astern. "Ricky (Duggan) said the new gear did the trick - when he pulled the blinds down the horse just took off," Bullock said. "It was like he found another gear and why that happens I don't know - maybe it gives them an adrenalin rush," he said. Cardinal Art recorded a mile rate of 2.03.2. Bullock says he always holds off using the pull-down blinds until horses are mature. Cardinal Art has won five times but he also has notched 18 minor placings to easily pay his way. Peter Staples

LEBANON, OH. - The Jeff Brewer Stable, which produced the winner of the initial Survivor Series at Miami Valley Raceway in 2014, dominated first leg action of the 2015 version by capturing three of the four elimination heats on Tuesday (March 17) night. The field of 32 harness racing entrants was reduced to 21 with the top five finishers in each of the four elimination races advancing to second elimination round action on March 25. The 21st advance resulted when the photo finish camera couldn't separate two horses who arrived at the finish line together for fifth place in the first heat. All three of the "Brew Crew" winners were driven by trainer Jeff's son Jason. B L Wattaride was the first to advance, capturing the first elim at 8-1 odds in 1:56.4. Rocking Meadows Stable owns the six-year-old Kilowatt gelding who notched his tenth lifetime victory. Jolts Virtue (Randy Tharps) finished second with R M Imp (Tyler Smith) and E R Prince Charmin (Jeremy Smith) advancing in addition to the fifth place deadheaters-Dusty Dunes (Ken Holliday) and Settlement Request (Kayne Kauffman). Martydaonemanparty (Jeremy Smith) was the quickest of the four winners with a 1:53.4 lifetime best score for owner Tom Luther and trainer Rob Zink in the second split. The six-year-old son of Modern Art, sent off at 5-2 odds, won for the 16th time. Others to move on to second round action, in order of finish, were Gypsy Colors (Josh Sutton), Winbak Jake (Tyler Smith), Bettordays R Cumin (Dan Noble) and Livelikeurdying (Kayne Kauffman). The father-son Brewer team returned to the winner's circle in the third elimination with Mias Bold Maneauver, a 1:54.2 winner at 9-2 odds. The nine-year-old Jate Lobell gelding topped City Pizza (Tyler Smith), Indian's Rocket (Jeremy Smith), Gem Heist (Brady Galliers) and Southbound (Dan Noble). It was the 22nd career victory for the winner who is owned by driver Jason Brewer. Hay Goodlooking, a nine-year-old son of Art Major, notched a 1:56 triumph in the final elimination, besting K R's Cruiser (Dan Noble), Western Jolt (Kayne Kauffman), Aka The Situation (Tyler Smith) and Big Bear Bow (Jeff Nisonger) as the even money favorite. Rocking Meadow Stable and Jason Brewer are partners on Hay Goodlooking, who will enter the second elimination round as the richest and most experienced in the group. With 212 starts under his belt, he sports 42 career wins and $542,106 in lifetime bounty. The Survivor Series spotlights horses that made their last pre-series start for a base claiming price of $5000 or less. The top five from each second round elimination next week will return April 1 for a $10,000 championship race. Gregg Keidel

Exciting harness racing youngster Dancingwithsierra faces a tough time as she aims to extend her unbeaten sequence at Tabcorp Park Melton on Saturday night. An impressive winner of her three starts, Dancingwithsierra is engaged in the Des McQueen Classic, which has attracted an interesting field. Along with Celebrity Guest, which was a recent debut winner for trainer Emma Stewart, the assembly includes three first starters from the Stewart stable. Runner-up at her first two starts, Sahara Sunrise is also well positioned to break her maiden. Thrilled with Dancingwithsierra’s progress, trainer Gary Hoban is confident the daughter of Modern Art can continue her winning streak despite drawing the outside of the front row. “She just hasn’t stopped improving since she started racing and should be better again this time,” Hoban said. “One of her best qualities is the fact she takes everything in her stride. “She’s a very nice filly, and they are few and far between, so we will look after her and enjoy the journey. “She was always going to draw badly because it is a preferential race, which astounds me in any feature.” Citing Celebrity Guest as the main danger, Hoban is also weary of the debutantes. “Celebrity Guest went very well at her first start and is drawn inside us,” Hoban said. “Emma’s other three are first starters, so they are unknown quantities. “That said, Emma will have them pretty spot on before bringing them to the races.” PAUL COURTS

Connections of talented pacer Mister Jay Cee are hoping he can change his family’s history in one of harness racing’s premier events. A well-bred gelding, Mister Jay Cee is engaged in Sunday’s Chariots Of Fire at Tabcorp Park Menangle. Despite drawing perfectly in barrier one, Mister Jay Cee is one of the outsiders for trainer Richard Baverstock. By Modert Art, the four-year-old is from Bettor By Far, making Mister Jay Cee a relative to Kept For Pleasure, Its My Pleasure and Nowtizku, which were all unplaced in the Group One. Kept For Pleasure finished sixth in the 2009 edition, followed by Its My Pleasure and Nowitzki, which finished seventh in 2011 and ’14. Thrilled with the draw, Baverstock feels Mister Jay Cee can upset a few of his rivals with the right run. “We are just rapt to make the Final,” Baverstock said. “He’s not quite up to the real top ones, but he goes well enough. “The biggest problem with him is he switches off in his races and drops the bit, which you can’t afford to do against this level. “If the penny drops with him he will be a lot better horse. “The draw has really helped and if he gets a good run along the pegs he may be able to sneak a placing.” PAUL COURTS

Victorian harness racing trainer Michael Stanley says his filly Soho Tokyo is on song ahead of tonight’s New South Wales Oaks heat. The beautifully-bred youngster - by Bettors Delight from former top-line juvenile Pelicanrama - has been among the placings at both her runs this time in. “I’m really happy with her,” Stanley said. “She didn’t have any luck around Warragul and then we gave her a run at Charlton. “She needed the run there and she finished third behind two nice horses (Ricimer and Rule Of Thumb) coming home in 55.9 (1:58.7 mile rate). “I was really happy with the run…it was a good hit-out.” Stanley’s talented four-year-old Young Modern made the trip to Menangle with Soho Tokyo this morning, with the son of Modern Art set to contest the Paleface Adios Stakes. HRV Media

Defending harness racing champion Beautide proved he is ready for his Inter Dominion title defence with a stylish victory at Tabcorp Park Menangle tonight. The James Rattray -trained pacer bounced back from a disappointing Victorian campaign by capturing a heat of the time-honoured Championship. With Rattray in the sulky, Beautide was simply a class above his rivals as he cruised to an easy win from For A Reason and Monifieth. Naturally thrilled with the gelding’s performance, Rattray is confident Beautide will be in perfect condition for the $750,000 Final on March 1. “He’s had a mixed preparation, but the last month I have been a lot happier with him,” Rattray said. Covering the last half in 56.1 seconds, the son of Bettors Delight rated 1:54.4 for the 2400 metres. In the second Sydney-based qualifier, Ultimate Art caused a major upset by scoring at $22.70 on the tote. After enjoying the run of the race behind the leader, Easy On The Eye, Ultimate Art grabbed the lead in the shadows of the post score by a head from the pacemaker, with New Zealand raider, Terror To Love a head away third. Trained and driven by Michael Formosa, the son of Modern Art rated 1:57 to register his first win from six starts this season. “We were travelling so well I almost came out in front of Terror To Love when he made his move, but I didn’t want to get too cocky and wanted to make sure we qualified,” Formosa said Ultimate Art is no stranger to Group One glory at the 1400-metre circuit, having annexed the Four-Year-Old Breeders’ Challenge Final last term. PAUL COURTS

Prominent South Australian harness racing trainer Ryan Hryhorec is already planning his next raid on Victoria’s riches. Hryhorec made the trek across the border for last night’s Mildura meeting and returned home with a perfect score from three starters. “Very pleased with the result”, Hryhorec revealed he will make regular interstate trips during the next few months. “One of the main reasons for going to Mildura was to try and get Flagbearer’s Vicbred bonus,” Hryhorec explained. “She managed to get it, which was great. “I’ve got a couple of others in the stable which are eligible for the bonus, so I will head back soon. “When you can take a few across and they figure in the money it makes it a worthwhile trip. “I’m very pleased with the result and will head back whenever possible during the summer.” Star Crossed kick-started Hryhorec’s onslaught by leading throughout to account for Wicked Isle and Courage Draft in 2:02.2 for the 2190 metres. “Once she got to the front she was never going to be run down,” Hryhorec said. “She’s a handy mare, which keeps building on her good record.” Hryhorec then combined with Flagbearer, which registered an impressive victory from Kodiemali and Bella Cullen. “It wasn’t the strongest maiden, but that said, she did it pretty easily and had a bit up her sleeve,” Hryhorec declared. “That was her second run back and she will improve from the outing. “I can’t see any reason why she won’t string a few together and get through the grades pretty easily.” Hryhorec then handed the reins to talented driver Zac Phillips, who scored with an impressive Star Brutus. After occupying the ‘death seat’ the son of Modern Art cruised to a 15-metre win from Superstar Xpress, with Shutterbug a half-neck away third. “He prefers a little more distance, so the race was always going to suit him,” Hryhorec said. “I was never worried about him sitting outside the leader as I felt he always had them covered.” PAUL COURTS

CARDINAL ART is no stranger to winning races but when he scored an impressive all-the-way victory at Carrick on the Northern region of Tasmania on Friday it may have marked the beginning of a best ever campaign. With Todd Rattray in the cart, the Chester Bullock-trained six-year-old showed plenty of early speed to rush across the field to lead. Once in front Rattray rated the gelded son of Modern Art superbly and when the more fancied runners made their charges in the home straight Cardinal Art was up to the task and went on to win convincingly from Baragoola and Santanna Night. It was a great result for Bullock who was keen to put Rattray aboard given his regard for the talented reinsman who spent a couple of years working for Bullock at his training and breeding complex at Riverside in the North of the state. "When this horse drew barrier one I was very keen to put Todd on because in my opinion there is no better front-running driver in the state," Bullock said. While the trainer was all smiles after the race he also was quick to remind Rattray of a comment he made about the horse five weeks earlier. "Five weeks ago Todd was at my place and he saw Cardinal Art and asked me when she was due"(thinking that he was a pregnant mare)." "That's how fat he was at the tome but I changed his work around since then and it had the desired effect," Bullock said. It was the Carrick club's first of three meetings for the season but heavy rain during the day ended up cutting the meeting short. While the racetrack was still safe after a couple of deluges it was water running off a side road leading to the track that led to the last three races being abandoned. Dirty water running off the nearby road flowed onto the track and because it was orange in colour horses were jumping it during their preliminaries prior to race seven. The meeting was delayed by stewards as attempts were made to rectify the problem but eventually chief steward Adrian Crowther had to abandon the rest of the program. Peter Staples  

It is business as usual for astute harness racing trainer Adam Kelly despite his pending move. Preparing his muster at the Riddells Cerek property recently purchased by New South Wales couple Nicole and Dean Mollander, Kelly will relocate on December 19. As such, Kelly will be rent stables at Merv Williamson’s Melton establishment. With a team of 15 in work, Kelly stated the operation will “keep ticking along” during the transition. “We will be moving from here to Melton in a couple of weeks,” Kelly said. “We have to be out by December 19, so we’ll start the shift the weekend prior. “It shouldn’t be too difficult and the horses will keep ticking along without any fuss. “We’ve got 15 in work, which is just the right amount for our stable.” Kelly’s squad includes handy mare Fon Design, which scored at Bendigo last week when driven by master reinsman, Gavin Lang. After sitting outside the leader, Frankie Valley, Fon Design showed a tremendous amount of intestinal fortitude to register a four-and-a-half metre win from Kentucky Lane, with Attentiontodetail three metres away third. The daughter of Modern Art has won three of her five starts this term, with two placings also to her credit. “She’s come back well this time in and should be able to make her way through the grades,” Kelly said. PAUL COURTS

Scottsdale-based harness racing trainer Kent Rattray likened Call Me Mouse’s win in Launceston last Sunday night to that of a very good horse he trained many years ago… Joys Leader. Joys Leader won 24 races and was one of the state’s most consistent pacers of his time. Call Me Mouse scored an impressive victory after racing outside of his stablemate, Punter Karalta, before forging clear during the concluding stages to win comfortably from Busted and Artesian Lily. A lightly raced four-year-old, Call Me Mouse has only had three starts, with last weekend’s success his first. The son of Modern Art was third on debut on August 26 in Launceston before finishing second in Hobart five days later behind Tizyalater over 1609 metres. “We brought him in to try and pick up a three-year-old race late in the season and we almost pulled it off in Hobart where he got beaten going 1:58.8 and might have won had he seen the other horse coming,” Rattray said. “He really reminds me of Joys Leader, but at the moment he's still learning. In fact, he knows nothing and probably shouldn't even be at the races but we were keen to try and win a late there-year-old.” Rattray is confident Call Me Mouse will develop into a handy pacer. “My immediate aim is to make a racehorse of him but he’ll want a spell soon,” Rattray said. “When he comes back at Christmas time I think he’ll be a nice horse.” Call Me Mouse is owned by Nick Perotti who also holds a standardbred trainer’s licence. “I’ve still got a couple of other horses, but this one was a bit of a handful,” Perotti said. PETER STAPLES

Noted harness racing front runner Leda Mcnally is poised to make another appearance in the winners’ circle at Gloucester Park on Friday night. Engaged in the $35,000 Brennan Memorial, Leda Mcnally has drawn to lead from the pole, which should see her prove too slick for her male counterparts over 2130 metres. Should the daughter of Modern Art emerge successful she will join an elite sorority by becoming just the third member of the ‘fairer sex’ to capture the feature in its rich 46-year history. Virgil Queen was the groundbreaker in 1978, followed by former star mare Whitby Heritage in 1989. Leda Mcnally contested last season’s Brennan Memorial when fourth behind open class star Im Victorious, Sneakyn Down Under and her stablemate Lord Lombo. Although first-up for eight weeks, the Chris King-trained mare has been trialling well, including a Pinjarra win over 2185 meters last weekend. Racing in fine form for astute mentor Tony Svilicich, Shardons Rocket shapes as the main danger despite drawing awkwardly in barrier six. The veteran has produced several eye-catching performances in recent weeks and is bound to be sent to the breeze early to test Leda Mcnally. Although he is the most lightly-assessed runner in the field, Ballas Arockstar has been racing well against similar company this campaign and should figure in the finish once again. PAUL COURTS

Catalogues for the Illawong Reduction Sale, to be conducted by Graeme Board & Company at Nagambie (Vic.) on Sunday, September 28, are now available. The unreserved sale comprises 52 lots including 18 broodmares, 11 racehorses, eight yearlings, five two-year-olds, six three-year-olds and four stallion services. The yearlings are by well credentialled sires such as Modern Art, Grinfromeartoear, Real Desire, Life Sign, Vintage Master, Major In Art, Shadyshark Hanover and Muscle Mass. The sale commences at 12.30pm with harness, sulkies and a horse float and will followed by the sale of horses at 1pm. For a copy of the catalogue contact sale co-ordinator Peter Dow on phone 0412 195 986 or Graeme Board 0408 636 273 8355 or email graemeboard56@gmail.com Pedigrees are available on the website www.graemeboard.com Click on the Illawong Reduction Sale link. by Peter Wharton, for Graeme Board & Company

With race favorites winning most of the stakes races at Mohawk Raceway Saturday night, Modern Legend was the shocker of the evening as he won the $634,000 Canadian Pacing Derby at odds of 66-1 Saturday and paid $135.70 to win. The 1/5 betting favorite, Sweet Lou, saw his ten-race winning streak come to an abrupt halt in the race as he was on the lead coming down the stretch but faded to sixth place at the finish. The race began with Bettor’s Edge (Matt Kakaley) beating out Foiled Again (Yannick Gingras) to the early lead but once they reached the opening quarter mile in :26, Gingras came right out with Foiled Again and took command. Then by the half mile in :53, Ron Pierce came charging up first-over with Sweet Lou and cleared with ease to control the pace. And just as Sweet Lou was on the lead, up came Clear Vision (Brett Miller) to challenge first-over and following their cover was the long shot Modern Legend and driver David Miller. Past the three-quarters in a blazing 1:20.1, Clear Vision was about to collar Sweet Lou as they started down the stretch and Foiled Again and Gingras were already trying to squeeze by on the inside as everyone sensed that Sweet Lou had had enough. But it was David Miller and Modern Legend who proved to be much the best as they tipped three-wide on the final turn and mowed everybody by, pulling away for a three and one-half length triumph in 1:47.2. Foiled Again was second with Clear Vision third. The time of the race tied the track, stakes and Canadian record with A Rocknroll Dance in 2013. It was a lifetime mark and the fourth win this year for Modern Legend. The six-year-old gelding by Modern Art was bred and is owned and trained by Dave Drew of Catharines, Ontario. “This is the only horse I have right now,” said Dave Drew, “I had as many as five this year but now down to just this one. This is a horse of a lifetime for me and this was a race of a lifetime. He has been racing for me on the Grand Circuit the last couple of years and always coming close and never really putting it all together. But tonight David Miller gave him a perfect drive and he was on his game. Just a super night for him. “He has always raced well but has had some outside posts earlier this season,” Drew said. “Had some tough trips, was interfered with but he has been racing well and it was just a matter of putting it all together at the right time and in the right race and he did that tonight. It was just a superb night for me and my family.” “It worked out great tonight,” said winning driver David Miller, “I know the horse Clear Vision and I figured if I can get on his back and follow him and he would take us to where we needed to be in the race. I was real surprised around the last turn as I still had a lot of horse coming to the stretch so I fanned him out and he did the rest. He raced tremendous. He beat some great horses tonight. Hats off to the horse. He’s been racing against them the past couple of years and it was great to see him get the job done.” By Steve Wolf, for Harnesslink.com

HARRINGTON, Del. - J&M Racing's Embassy Seelster ($16.40, Allan Davis) won her Harrington Raceway debut Tuesday with a 1:52.3 score in the $13,000 Mares Open II. The Doug Lewis-trainee had been racing at the Meadowlands and Pocono Downs before her Delaware debut. The 4-year-old Modern Art mare battled gamely first over and eventually wore down pacesetter My Ideal Hanover in the lane and a gaining Springforth at the wire for the win. Springforth was second, with My Ideal Hanover third. It was the second win of the year for Embassy Seelster and one of three driving wins on the program for Davis. George Dennis had a driving double. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway  

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