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Trenton, NJ --- For Caleb Uhrig, Turtle Gone Wild was a project worth working on. Just 22, Uhrig watched his 2-year-old pace to victory at the Darke County Fair in Greenville, Ohio, on Aug. 21. It was the first win for Caleb and the first for Turtle Gone Wild. Uhrig has watched two other horses he trains visit the winner’s circle four times since then, but that first one will always have a distinctive joy to it. “That was a pretty special day,” Uhrig said. “I had broke that horse as a baby, he was kind of my little project. We bought him and we got him real cheap ($1,000) out of the (Blooded Horse) sale and he was super easy and automatic all through, from breaking him and training him down. “He had raced a couple times at the big tracks, and was racing really well, but never had much racing luck. We decided they were having a maiden pace (at Greenville) for 2-year-olds, we might as well try him there and it worked out great. That was my first training win and his first lifetime win. It’s kind of special taking my first real horse from square one to his first win and my first win.” Caleb got his second win two races later with Hoosier Shooter, and has added three more victories with Mantaculater. The most recent came Dec. 11 at Hollywood Gaming Dayton Raceway, but the pacer's Nov. 6 triumph at Northfield Park also had special meaning because it was Uhrig’s first pari-mutuel win. “It was exciting,” he said. “I guess you could call him another project. We got him pretty cheap, we worked hard with him.” The original plan was to race Mantaculater at Dayton, since it was only an hour away from Uhrig’s stable in Frankfort. But he was not quite ready for the speed at Dayton, so Caleb decided to make the three-hour trip to Northfield. “He fit with a lot of conditions at Northfield, so we took him up there and it worked out pretty well for him,” Uhrig said. “We raced him there three or four times. We got a check there every other time, it helped pay for the trip I guess. “It was an exciting win because we had worked pretty hard on him and that made the work worthwhile.” Uhrig is hoping there will be more wins in his future as he plans on making harness racing his career. In just 21 starts as a trainer, he has five wins, two seconds and four thirds, good for $7,030 in purses. He has no intentions of driving. “Nah,” he said. “I have all these good drivers to choose from. I might as well stick with what I’m good at.” Growing up in Chillicothe, Ohio, his family had Quarter horses and was big into barrel racing. There would be constant weekends of competition and, while in high school, Caleb met trainer Steve Carter and worked with him part-time. Once he graduated, the job went to full-time and things began to escalate. “I learned a lot from Steve; I’ve always tried to watch different trainers and what they do,” Uhrig said. “I was fortunate, I started out grooming horses for Steve and in a sense got promoted and the last year I was training. “I got to break a lot of babies and train down a lot of good racehorses and learned the things that didn’t work and did work.” Uhrig was a quick study, and now runs a stable with his dad, Todd. He also works during the day with trainer Dan Ater, who has a stable 10 miles away in Clarksburg. “I’ve known him for years,” Uhrig said. “I was always begging him to let me stop in and watch the horses.” The Uhrig father-son team owns Mantaculater, Turtle Gone Wild and one other horse, but only Mantaculater is racing in the winter. Turtle Gone Wild is resting for his upcoming 3-year-old season and Hoosier Shooter was sold a few months ago. “I think Turtle Gone Wild is going to be a pretty solid racehorse,” Uhrig said. “He’s got a lot of class to him, he takes good care of himself, he’s pretty good gaited. We’ll take him through the ranks and see where he gets us. “He’s got a pretty cool personality to him, he wants to please you. He works hard, always wants to be around you and he enjoys his job. I hope that good attitude pays off.” Caleb makes no bones about what he wants. He is looking to expand and have a large stable and said, “I guess you can say I’m kind of impatient, I want it all right now, of course.” He feels fortunate to have a strong support system that includes his friends, his family and girlfriend Kristin McQuiniff. Despite his impatience, he’s happy with where he is so far. “I’m sure there are people out there who have been training for years and still want what I want,” he said. “I’m just going to continue to work hard. I’m blessed to be able to make a living with something I’m so passionate about. I guess I’ll just keep working hard and keep my eye on the prize and keep reaching for my goals, and hopefully that gets me going.” Sounds like a man with plenty of projects in the works.  by Rich Fisher, USTA Web Newsroom Senior Correspondent Courtesy of the USTA web newsroom

North America's leading harness racing driver, Aaron Merriman, drove eight winners on Thursday (December 11) at Northfield Park, winning over half of the 15-race program. Merriman's eight scores included Vision Of Glory ($12.60) in race one, Snuff Box ($6.80) in race two, Wild Ride ($3.60) in race three, Noble Fitch ($3.40) in race four, Brown Titan ($2.40) in race seven, Chievous Dan ($3.80) in race 10, Loconotion ($12.00) in race 12 and Cause To Smile ($7.00) in race 15. Merriman, 36, began driving in 1997 and has since garnered 6,923 career victories. He is approaching $37.5M in total purse earnings. Merriman has posted 442 victories so far this year over Northfield's Flying Turns, placing him second in the local driving ranks behind Ronnie Wrenn Jr. (593). However, Merriman splits his time primarily between Northfield Park and The Meadows, as well as a multitude of other racing venues. He has amassed an impressive 799 total wins so far this year. That win tally is more than any other driver in North America. Becoming the 2014 National Dash Champion would be icing on the cake for the unbelievable year that Merriman has experienced. "I have worked hard and hustled for a long time," explained Merriman. "Winning races is great and that it what racing is about, but the experiences I have had this year are indescribable." This year has put Aaron Merriman behind the starting gate of the Hambletonian, an elimination of the Little Brown Jug, the Kentucky Futurity, the Canadian Trotting Classic as well as a host of other Grand Circuit and major stake races. In August, Merriman became the youngest inductee into the Northfield Park Wall of Fame. by Ayers Ratliff, for Northfield Park

Northfield Park's leading driver, Ronnie Wrenn Jr., drove eight winners on Tuesday (December 9) at Northfield Park, dominating the 15-race program. Wrenn's eight scores included Heeza Nordic ($2.40) in race one, Lou Lous Princess ($3.60) in race three, Action Aubree Rosa ($10.60) in race six, Best Dream Seeker ($3.40) in race nine, Feel The Heat ($2.10) in race 10, Get Packin ($4.00) in race 12, Rountuit Bluegrass ($2.20) in race 13 and Moreland Flash ($3.00) in race 15. Wrenn, 28, began driving in 2008 and has since garnered 2,089 career victories. He is approaching $8.5M in total purse earnings. Wrenn has posted 585 victories so far this year over Northfield's Flying Turns, placing him on top of the local driving ranks. Chasing in the Northfield standings are Aaron Merriman (431), Josh Sutton (282), Kurt Sugg (173) and Jason Merriman (158). Wrenn won the national driving title last year by posting 714 wins. He has more wins so far this year (764), but trails Aaron Merriman by 19 victories for this year's title. Ayers Ratliff

The 2014 Cleveland Classic scheduled for this Friday (December 12) has been cancelled due to a lack of entries. Only five sophomore pacers entered for the $150,000 guaranteed purse. Their ownerships will each receive a check in excess of $17,000 for entering. "The Cleveland Classic has hosted some memorable races and has been won by numerous great horses," said Dave Bianconi, Northfield Park Executive Vice President of Racing and Simulcasting. "We had 38 nominees for the event, but many of them were turned out for the season for one reason or another. It is an anomaly, but things just did not come together this year to continue with the race's rich tradition." Racing greats such as Bolt The Duer, Gallo Blue Chip, Life Sign, Precious Bunny, Western Dreamer and Won The West have all been crowned Cleveland Classic champions. Since its inception in 1990, the race has featured two Horse-of-the-Year honorees, four divisional champions, four Little Brown Jug winners and a Triple Crown winner. The Cleveland Classic will be replaced next year with an event for North America's best veteran trotters. The new Cleveland Trotting Classic carries an estimated purse of $200,000 and will be contested on Friday, July 3, 2015. The new trotting Classic will join the $500,000 (est.) Carl Milstein Memorial for three year-old-colt pacers, the $200,000 (est.) Battle of Lake Erie for veteran open pacers, and the $125,000 (est.) Courageous Lady for three year-old-filly pacers as Northfield Park's marquee events. by Ayers Ratliff, for Northfield Park

Northfield Park is announcing the addition of a $10,000 Pick-5 total pool guarantee to Tuesday's (December 2) program. Beginning in Race 3, the $10,000 Pick-5 guaranteed total pool includes a carryover of $2,120.03. Northfield's Pick 5, Pick 4 and the Pick 3's offer a reduced takeout rate of just 14 percent. Tuesday's post time is 6:00 p.m. by Ayers Ratliff, for Northfield Park

The Northern Dude was a repeat winner of the $12,500 Open Trot on Monday (December 1) at Northfield Park. Curran Racing, LLC of Red Hook, New York owns the five year-old. Trainer Jessica Millner enlisted the driving services of North America's leading driver Aaron Merriman. The Northern Dude (Ken Warkentin - LR Alleys Concern - King Conch) left alertly from post seven and led his competition at every call. He set fractions of :27.3, :57, 1:25.4 and 1:56.4 and was a full-length in front at the finish. Completing the race were Mythical Hall, Mama Made Me Blue, Jesse's Messenger, Catching Katie, Diamond Hunter, Mary's Darvin and Zorgwijk Heavenly. Monday's victory represents the third consecutive win for The Northern Dude, who now has seven wins in 26 starts this year, 15 career successes and a bankroll of $177,030. He was the heavy favorite and paid $3.60 to win. Major Belle was impressive in winning the evening's $12,500 Open Pace. Ron Burke trains the six year-old for Pennsylvania owners Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi and New York connections of Cynthia Massari and Joseph Di Scala, Jr. Chris Page was aboard for the winning drive. Major Belle (Art Major - Meghan's Belle - No Nukes) started from the far outside and was content in the back of the pack while his competition carved stiff fractions of :26.3 and :54.4. Major Belle had moved into third at the 1:23.2 three-quarter pole and took the lead in the stretch and besting his competition by 2-lengths, in 1:53.2. Completing the race were Real Future, Top Of The Mark, Bettor's Choice, Midnight Dragon, Allamerican Pewter and Onhishonor Hanover. Mybrothergeorge was scratched. Monday's triumph was the seventh win in 28 starts this year for Major Belle. It increased his lifetime win tally to 22 and his earnings to $362,229. He returned $15.40 to win. Ayers Ratliff

Y Mach Me was the winner in Northfield's weekly top distaff event when she crossed the wire a winner in the $12,500 Fillies and Mares Open on Friday (November 21) at Northfield Park. She is trained by Pat Karcher for Carey, Ohio owner Lucky Draw Racing Stable. Ronnie Wrenn Jr. was in the sulky. Y Mach Me (Mach Three-Sunnie Corleone-Pacific Rocket) started from the second tier and was fifth at the :28.1 opening quarter. Wrenn pulled the six year-old first over in the second quarter and she steadily advanced through times of :57.4 and 1:26.3. She cleared to the lead in the final turn and hung on to win by a head in 1:55.1. Completing the race were Mama Said, Sweetheart Dance, Eradikate, Pantsuit Hilary, Coupon Lady, Champagne Tonight and Jump Start. Shes Glorious was scratched. Friday's win was the eighth victory this year in 39 starts. It bolstered her career win tally to 16 and her lifetime earnings to $113,544. She returned $5.60 to win. Y Mach Me was just one of seven wins on the Friday program for Northfield Park leading driver Ronnie Wrenn Jr. He was also triumphant with Liveandinconcert ($15.40) in race one, Stone Of Magic ($2.80) in race two, Fritzie Chic ($2.80) in race four, Im Shameless ($11.60) in race five, Special Lady D ($19.80) in race six and JK Geronimo ($3.40) in race 14. Northfield Park is announcing the addition of a $7,500 Pick-5 total pool guarantee to Monday’s (November 24) program.  Beginning in Race 3, the $7,500 Pick-5 guaranteed total pool includes a carryover of $1,263.91. Northfield’s Pick 5, Pick 4 and the Pick 3’s offer a reduced takeout rate of just 14 percent.    Monday’s post time is 6:00 p.m. by Ayers Ratliff, for Northfield Park

Due to inclement weather causing unsafe track conditions, Northfield Park has been forced to cancel the program scheduled for Monday (November 17). Live racing is scheduled to resume Tuesday (November 18). The Tuesday card will feature a $20,000 guaranteed Pick 4 pool with a carryover of $2,978.78. Tuesday's post time is 6:00 p.m. by Ayers Ratliff, for Northfield Park

Ronnie Wrenn, Jr. made his 2,000th trip to the Winner's Circle after winning with Western Kissed in Northfield Park's fourth race on Monday (November 10). Wrenn led at every call with Western Kissed, eventually besting his competition by 1 ½-lengths. The 1:55 clocking was a season's mark for the nine year-old pacer, who returned $7.60 to win. The 28-year-old Wrenn began driving in 2008. His 2,000 wins have helped him garner over $8 million in purse earnings. He won the 2013 national dash driving title and is currently second this year. Wrenn is a 2005 graduate of Hartland High School in Hartland, Michigan. He played center field for and graduated from Mott Community College in Flint. Although Ronnie Wrenn, Jr. comes from a horse racing family, he did not take an interest and become involved at an early age. "I was 19 or 20 when I jogged my first horse. I was always really busy with sports and stuff," said Wrenn. "I didn't really have time for it." "I was just sitting at the table working on stuff from school on my computer one night and looked up and told my dad I wanted to be a driver. He looked at me like I was crazy. But I was old enough that he really didn't have a lot of say, and so far it has worked out." Wrenn has found success and has been a regular to the winner's circle since his very first time behind the starting gate. He won in his very first race, aboard Artful Power in a $1,400 Billings race at a Michigan fair. "It was hard breaking in at first. I guess I got lucky to be put on some good horses and things just took off," offered Wrenn, "My parents and grandparents really helped me a lot as well as countless other people." Wrenn recalls his fastest win as being 1:50 with Rockin Finish. Ronnie's richest win was for a purse of $200,000 with Friskie Lil Devil, in an Ohio Sire Stake Final at Scioto Downs. He rates the best horses he has ever driven as Night Pro or Arch Madness. Ronnie credits several people as having large influences on his career. Along with his father and uncles, "My mom is my biggest fan and has been more supportive than anyone could even imagine. I am also very lucky to have Briana (his girlfriend). She is simply amazing and is vital to the success I have had." Wrenn says his ultimate dream race to win would be the Little Brown Jug, "But I would take the feature races at Northfield too. I am a big fan of the Cleveland Classic, Battle of Lake Erie and now the Milstein Memorial," said Wrenn. "I just like to win races. As unbelievable as this sounds, the purse really doesn't matter to me. Whether it is a $200 per start or an Open, it just feels good to win and make people happy." by Ayers Ratliff, for Northfield Park

Can't Best My Art prevailed in the $15,000 Friday Night Lights Series Final at Northfield Park on Friday (November 7). She is trained by Doug Hinklin for the NRS Stables LLC of Thornville, Ohio. Ronnie Wrenn Jr. drove her to victory. Can't Best My Art (Western Ideal-Deringer Gal-Cambest) started from post three. She went straight to the lead as the wings were folding on the starting gate, and never looked back. Can't Best My Art led her competition through fractions of :27.3, :56.4, 1:25.2 and 1:54.4, besting her competition by one length. The mile clocking represents a lifetime best for the sophomore filly. Completing the race were Threefold Breanna, Tarport Belle, Sand Sonya, Littlewhitekiddie, Lotsa Juice, Work Week, DVC Kahlua Breeze and Basic Survival. Friday's win was the seventh score in 18 starts this year. It boosted her career earnings to $26,700. She was the race favorite and returned $3.60 to win. Northfield Park is announcing the addition of a $5,000 Pick-5 total pool guarantee to Monday’s (November 10) program.  Beginning in Race 3, the $5,000 Pick-5 guaranteed total pool includes a carryover of $1,025.46. Northfield’s Pick 5, Pick 4 and the Pick 3’s offer a reduced takeout rate of just 14 percent.    Monday’s post time is 6:00 p.m. Nine new late closers at Northfield Park Northfield Park has announced the dates of nine progressive claiming series.  “These new late closers are just part of the increased opportunities offered here at Northfield,” said Dave Bianconi, Executive Vice President of Racing and Simulcasting.  “As our purses have increased, we would like to fill more and more straight claiming races.  These series will give claimers a real opportunity to race for solid purses in each leg and a big money final.”  Each series starts with a base claiming price of $4,000, $8,000 or $15,000 and progressively increases throughout the series, with no claiming allowed in each final.  Each of the three claiming prices will be available for horse and gelding pacers, filly and mare pacers, and for trotters.  A one-time $200 payment will be required of each entrant to be eligible.  Payments are due by November 25.  Exact conditions for the series at www.northfieldpark.com.  The link is near the bottom of Northfield’s homepage.   by Ayers Ratliff, for Northfield Park

Northfield Park's Friday Night Lights Series concludes with a $15,000 final on Friday (November 7). The race is slated as the evening's ninth race. Friday's Post time is 6:00 p.m. Threefold Breanna has drawn post two and has been named the 5-2 morning line favorite in the race. Second and third favorites are (5) Tarport Belle and (6) Work Week. Threefold Brianna enters the race for owner/trainer William Beckley of Delaware, Ohio. Ryan Stahl is listed to drive. Threefold Brianna has four wins this year in 15 starts and is evidently sharp as three of those wins have been paced in her last five outings. She has a lifetime mark of 1:53.4, which was garnered over the Flying Turns, and has a bankroll of $16,385. Tarport Belle, the 7-2 second choice, enters this race off of two consecutive victories for trainer Jeff Hochstetler and driver Jason Thompson. She has been finding success on the front, but may have trouble in her quest for the lead with ample early speed to her inside. Work Week has been named the 4-1 third favorite for her trainer Johnny Yoder and driver JD Wengerd. She has been the runner-up in both of her most recent efforts and will attempt to turn the tables on her competition. The $15,000 Friday Night Lights Series Final Field: PP HORSE               DRIVER                         M/L 1 Littlewhitekiddie Jason Merriman         6-1 2 Threefold Breanna Ryan Stahl             5-2 3 Can't Best My Art Ronnie Wrenn Jr.     8-1 4 DVC Kahlua Breeze Kevin Cross       12-1 5 Tarport Belle Jason Thompson           7-2 6 Work Week JD Wengerd                       4-1 7 Lotsa Juice Kurt Sugg                        15-1 8 Sand Sonya Aaron Merriman            9-2 9 Basic Survival Keith Kash Jr.           10-1 Feel The Heat Wins Halloween Series Final  Feel The Heat cruised to victory in the $15,000 Halloween Series Final on Thursday (November 6) at Northfield Park.  He is trained by Virgil Morgan Jr. for Hilliard, Ohio owner Perkins Racing Stable, LLC.  Ronnie Wrenn Jr. was in the sulky. Feel The Heat (Feelin Friskie-Young’s Tower-Water Tower) started from post five.  He had to work in the first quarter to make the lead, but never experienced an anxious moment once he struck the front.  Feel The Heat led his competition over a sloppy surface through fractions of :26.4, :57.2, 1:26.4 and 1:55, besting his competition by six lengths.  Completing the race were Billy The Colt, Hanky L, Oil Slicker, Ubetterubetterubet, Jollyroger Hanover, Clayton Morris, Luckey Rei and Igottaguyforthat.  Thursday’s win was the sixth victory this year in 19 starts.  It bolstered his career win tally to nine and his lifetime earnings to $140,582.  He was heavily favored and returned $3.60 to win. Ayers Ratliff

Despite making a break in the first turn, Fridayscomin was able to rebound and post a convincing win in the $15,000 Election Night Series Final in the 10th race on Tuesday (November 4) at Northfield Park. He is trained by Roeleta Stutzman for Millersburg, Ohio owner Kenneth Hostetler. Robin Miller was in the sulky. Fridayscomin (Full Count-My D Red-Armbro Solar) Started from the rail and was leading in the first turn when he made a break. He was fifth at the quarter, which was clocked in :28.3, before rallying again in the second quarter, taking the lead and never looking back. He completed the mile, posting fractions of :59.1, 1:28 and 1:57.4 and was 5¼-lengths in front as he crossed the wire. Completing the race were Special Purpose, Chad, Spec T, Echo's Pearl, Southerncloudburst, American Blitz, Sammy Sammy Sammy and Dream Crazed. Tuesday's win was the 4th victory this year in 15 starts. It bolstered his career win tally to seven and his lifetime earnings to $36,781. He was heavily favored and returned $3.40 to win. by Ayers Ratliff, for Northfield Park

Feel The Heat has been named the overwhelming 7-5 morning line favorite in Thursday's (November 6) $15,000 Halloween Series Final at Northfield Park. The race is slated as the 10th race on a 15-race program with an initial 6:00 p.m. post time. Feel The Heat is a gelded sophomore pacer owned by Perkins Racing Stable, LLC of Hilliard, Ohio. Virgil Morgan Jr. is his trainer and gives his driving assignment to Ronnie Wrenn Jr. Feel The Heat has won five times in 18 starts this year earning nearly $100,000, which has bolstered his career bankroll to $133,082. He has a 1:52.4 mark taken at the Delaware County Fairgrounds when he won the $29,617 Ohio Breeders Championship in September. Feel The Heat starts from post five. Among his eight competitors, Feel The Heat's main rivals appear to be Hanky L and Billy The Colt. They both enter this final fresh off of victories. Hanky L carries a 3-1 second choice morning line and starts from the rail for trainer Herb Le Van and driver Ryan Stahl. He has raced in two legs of this series, winning both. He has a mark of 1:53 and earnings of $93,102. Billy The Colt is the 6-1 third choice for trainer Ryan Shaffer and driver Jason Merriman. He has won two of his last three starts. He appears to be a late bloomer and has raced very well since coming to Northfield in September. He has earnings of $19,345 and a mark of 1:55.2. The $15,000 Halloween Series Final Field: PP Horse Driver M/L 1- Hanky L Ryan Stahl 3-1 2- Oil Slicker Tyler St Louis 20-1 3- Billy The Colt Jason Merriman 6-1 4- Clayton Morris Robin Miller 8-1 5- Feel The Heat Ronnie Wrenn Jr. 7-5 6- Luckey Rei Kurt Sugg 12-1 7- Ubetterubetterubet Aaron Merriman 10-1 8- Jollyroger Hanover Jason Thompson 25-1 9- Igottaguyforthat Keith Kash Jr. 15-1 by Ayers Ratliff, for Northfield Park

Northfield Park's aptly named Election Night Series features its $15,000 final on Tuesday (November 4) -- Election Night. The final is a competitive field of nine trotters, which are the highest money earners throughout the preceding four legs. Two horses enter the final undefeated in the series. It is the 10th of a 15-race program with a beginning post time of 6:00 p.m. Fridayscomin draws the rail and has been named the 5-2 early favorite. The sophomore is owned by Millersburg, Ohio's Kenneth Hostetler. His trainer, Roleta Stutzman, listed the driving services of Robin Miller. Fridayscomin started in two of the four legs of the series, winning both times, including his most recent 6 ½-length romp in 1:57.3. That time represents the fastest mile trotted by anyone throughout the series. Despite two wins in a row, Fridayscomin has struggled with breaking issues throughout 2014, including going off stride in the $200,000 Ohio Sires Stakes Final and $30,667 Ohio Breeders Championship, the two races leading up to the start of this series. Fridayscomin enters this event with three wins this year in 14 starts and a lifetime bankroll of $29,281. He is evidently sharp, as his 1:57.3 lifetime mark came in his most recent effort. Spec T appears to be Fridayscomin's toughest competition. He carries a 7-2 morning line and has three wins in as many starts throughout the Election Night Series. He starts for owner/trainer June De Russel of Millington, Michigan. Tim Driver will be in his sulky. Tuesday's $15,000 Election Night Series Final: POST HORSE DRIVER M/L 1 Fridayscomin Robin Miller 5-2 2 Chad Ryan Stahl 12-1 3 Sammy Sammy Sammy Ronnie Wrenn Jr. 5-1 4 Southerncloudburst Ed Greeno Jr 6-1 5 Spec T Tim Driver 7-2 6 American Blitz Aaron Merriman 15-1 7 Special Purpose Eric Patalan 9-2 8 Dream Crazed Joseph Kramp 10-1 9 Echo's Pearl Jason Merriman 8-1 by Ayers Ratliff, for Northfield Park

Long shot players were ecstatic as the horses crossed the wire in the ninth race at Northfield Park on Thursday (October 30), when (7) Upland Hanover successfully kicked from the back to win at odds of 176-1. Northfield, Ohio's Greg Bartlett owns and trains the seven year-old. Jason Thompson was aboard for the winning drive. It was the fourth win this year in 23 starts and represents Upland Hanover's 12th lifetime score. (7) Upland Hanover (176-1) was followed across the wire by (3) Caramel Chinno (8-5) and (1) Stellllllla (6-1). Upland Hanover returned $355.60 to win; the 7-3 Exacta paid $1,094.80; and the 7-3-1 Trifecta returned a whopping $10,102.20. Albeit one of the biggest winners in Northfield Park's history, Upland Hanover is not the longest shot to ever score over the Flying Turns. That honor goes to Jet's Appearance and driver Sheri Hersman when they paid $579 to win on August 22, 1988. Northfield Park is announcing the addition of a $20,000 Pick-4 total pool guarantee to Monday’s (November 3) program.  Beginning in Race 8, the $20,000 Pick-4 guaranteed total pool includes a carryover of $3,578.47. Northfield’s Pick 5, Pick 4 and the Pick 3’s offer a reduced takeout rate of just 14 percent.    Monday’s post time is 6:00 p.m. by Ayers Ratliff, for Northfield Park

Northfield Park is announcing the addition of a $30,000 Pick-4 total pool guarantee to Wednesday's (October 29) program. Starting in Race 8, the $30,000 Pick-4 guaranteed total pool includes a carryover of $6,958.97. Northfield's Pick 5, Pick 4 and the Pick 3's offer a reduced takeout rate of just 14 percent. Wednesday's post time is 6:00 p.m. by Ayers Ratliff, for Northfield Park

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