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Elkton, MD -- Post Time with Mike and Mike presented by the USTA/BetAmerica, is excited to announce the line-up for Thursday morning (May 30) at 10:30 a.m. They will be joined by Dave Bianconi, Brian Loney, Mark McKelvie, and Jim Miller.. Bianconi, the Director of Racing at Northfield Park, joins to talk about Saturday's $200,000 Battle of Lake Erie. He will discuss what it takes to put together a prestigious Invitational and who he feels the contenders are in the race. Saturday night's harness racing program also features Ohio Sire Stakes action. Loney, trainer of Bully Pulpit, will discuss his Open pacer and how he feels he will handle the step up to the Grand Circuit Stage. Bully Pulpit, who comes off a win against the Open pacers at Northfield has put in some impressive miles and looks to continue that progression to the main stage. The pair will also discuss with Loney his career in the business and how he became involved in the sport. McKelvie, Director of Communications at Woodbine Mohawk Park, helps the pair get ready for the 2019 Pepsi North America Cup next Saturday, June 15. The trio will discuss the contenders, what fans can expect during the evening, and some great wagering opportunities that will be available. Expanded gaming appears to be coming to Illinois racetracks and Jim Miller will join to discuss the legislation that is head for the Governor's office which could help promote the sport in the state for years to come. Post Time with Mike and Mike presented by USTA/BetAmerica can be heard live every Thursday at 10:30 a.m. via their website www.posttimewithmikeandmike.com or on the archive at www.betamerica.com/BARN.   Michael Carter Social Media and Publicity Coordinator U.S. Trotting Association

After a month-long spell of inclement weather that has gripped the area the Harness Horse Youth Foundation/Ohio Harness Horsemen’s Association’s Ohio Grand Tour 2019 was greeted by pristine skies and temperatures in the low 70’s at the Crawford County Fairgrounds on Monday, June 3rd as they began their 10-day trek through Ohio . Fair Official David Staats welcomed the small entourage with their six Trottingbreds and did a fine job of hosting HHYF director Ellen Taylor’s crew and their guests as he had the stalls and track ready and in tip-top shape. The morning’s activities included hands-on demonstrations with question and answer sessions about horse anatomy, temperament, care, and equipment which was all very informative and entertaining. We all got to know what each part of a horse is called and why their height is measured in “hands.” As one older observer said : “I’ve been around horses for fifty years and I didn’t know that!” Everyone double-checked the equipment trying to find which piece had been purposely put on wrong. With a break for lunch the kids and their instructors then got the animals ready to jog. As they shared the specially-built two seat jogcart with a licensed Standardbred trainer, they took a five-minute lap around the half-mile track, and really enjoyed being out in the fresh air. A leisurely jog past the Bucyrus water tower. When they finished rubbing the horses down and put away with a well-earned flake of hay and fresh water, the youngsters were treated to a virtual reality headset experience of driving in a race. It was just like being behind a fast pacer in the middle of eight other horses as they went a mile in a minute and :55 seconds. The only thing was that you can’t say “oh my,” “wow,” or “oh boy” when you’re in a real race as that kind of “distracts” the other drivers especially if one yells “there’s a horse right behind me!” Everyone had a good laugh. Before anyone realized it, the day was over and we started packing up. Plaudits to Bucyrus and the Crawford County Fairgrounds and appreciative “thank you” for having us and we’re already looking forward to next year. Now on to more of "The Ohio Country!"   By Thom Pye for the Ohio Harness Horsemen’s Association

Both of Northfield Park’s local pacing stars have accepted their harness racing invitations to Saturday’s $200,000 Battle of Lake Erie.   Dave Bianconi, the track’s Executive Vice President of Racing and Simulcasting, has assigned Bully Pulpit and Southwind Amazon 12-1 and 15-1 morning-line odds.  His customary assignments to them are outside posts in Northfield’s weekly Open Pace. “It is unusual to have two local horses in the Battle, but both of these appear to have the ability to compete on the big stage, explained Bianconi.  “This year’s race is totally wide open.  The local horses just add two more pieces to a very interesting puzzle.” Bully Pulpit is conditioned by Northfield Park leading trainer Brian Loney and owner Brad Schwartz of Chicago, a Cleveland native.  Saturday will mark the first time Loney will harness one of his trainees for a Grand Circuit event, but he feels good about his chances. “The way I see his (Bully Pulpit’s) competition is that I’m not in against them, they are in against me,” said Loney. Bully Pulpit goes to post off a three-race win streak in Northfield’s Open Pace, one of those wins being a 1:49.4 victory from post-8.  That 1:49.4 effort is the fastest clocking on any half-mile track in North America this year.  North America’s leading driver, Aaron Merriman, will guide the six-year-old from the two-hole. Southwind Amazon drew post-5 for trainer Paul Holzman.  The nine-year-old is trained at Sahbra Farms about 15 miles from Northfield, and was North America’s winningest horse in 2018 with 22 victories from 38 races, usually from an assigned outside post.  His regular pilot, Ronnie Wrenn, Jr., will drive. “This is a quality field of horses and I wish a had a little better draw than the five-hole,” stated Holzman.  “My horse is very sharp right now and with some racing luck anything can happen.  If Southwind Amazon wins, I don’t know if I would be surprised, but I would sure be ecstatic.” The two local stars will face a stiff onslaught from invaders.  Rodeo Rock drew the rail and has been named the 3-1 slight morning-line favorite.  He was the runner-up in this year’s $664,000 Levy Final at Yonkers Raceway in April and enters this race off another runner-up finish in a $100,000 Invitational at Harrah’s Philadelphia.  The Robert Cleary trainee has four wins in nine races this year and seasonal earnings of $289,400.  Eric Goodell has been listed to drive.  Rodeo Rock has never raced at Northfield, but is owned locally by Royal Wire Products of North Royalton.    Indiana sired superstar Always A Prince enters this event with 20 victories in 26 lifetime starts.  The four-year-old won 19 of 22 races last year and has not missed the board so far in four starts this season.  He has been given a 7-2 morning line.  Always A Prince has a career bankroll of $515,855 and sports a 1:48.1 (HoP 7/8) lifetime mark, the fastest in this year’s field.  Trainer Tyler George brings Trace Tetrick to drive.     Ontario-based speedster Jimmy Freight drew post-7 and is the 4-1 third choice.  He was second in last year’s $400,000 Carl Milstein Memorial in his only other race at Northfield.  Jimmy Freight has finished in the top three in 35 of 37 career races, taking a 1:48.3 (Wbsb 7/8) lifetime mark and earning $950,448.  Trainer Andrew Harris tabs Yonkers standout Jason Bartlett to drive.      The 2019 $200,000 Battle of Lake Erie field – Race 12 – 10:15PM approx. post time:   Post     Horse                          Driver                         Trainer                       Morning Line Odds 1          Rodeo Rock                Eric Goodell               Robert Cleary              3-1  2          Bully Pulpit                 Aaron Merriman          Brian Loney                12-1 3          The Wall                     Brett Miller                  Nick Surick                 9-2 4          Always A Prince         Trace Tetrick               Tyler George               7-2 5          Southwind Amazon    Ronnie Wrenn Jr         Paul Holzman             15-1 6          None Bettor A            Joe Bongiorno             Jennifer Bongiorno     6-1 7          Jimmy Freight             Jason Bartlett              Andrew Harris            4-1 8          Filibuster Hanover      Chris Page                   Ron Burke                   10-1   A $10,000 guaranteed Pick 4 has been added to the eleventh race.  The Battle feature will be the second leg of this wager, which offers a low 14% takeout rate.  Since its inception in 1986, the Battle of Lake Erie has drawn the sport’s best veteran pacers. Past Battle champions include racing greats Falcon Seelster, Quite A Sensation, Jaguar Spur, Dorunrun Bluegrass, Cambest, Gallo Blue Chip, Maltese Artist and Foiled Again. In addition to superior racing action, Battle night will also offer guests a buffet in Lady Luck’s clubhouse dining room from 5:30 – 8:30 PM. The buffet is $19.95. Reservations are preferred and can be made by calling 330.467.4101. Guests who want to be down close to all the racing action can stop by the grandstand apron to visit Barrio, Pasta Tivo, Smash Time, Super Hero food trucks and Crooked Kettle Popcorn.  Live music by Unknown Reason will be part of the apron scene from 6 – 9 PM.  Battle night attendees can win cash, gift cards and more through prize drawings until 8 PM and play Pop-A-Shot from 8 – 9 PM.  First race post time is 6 PM.  Admission and parking are always FREE!   Ayers Ratliff

Northfield Park is announcing the addition of a $12,500 Pick-3 and $40,000 Pick-4 total pool guarantee to it’s card on Wednesday (May 29) Beginning in Race 5, the $12,500 Pick-3 guaranteed total pool, includes a carryover of $3,129.06. The Pick-4, beginning in Race 7, will feature a $40,000 Pick-4 guaranteed total pool, which includes a carryover $12,734.19. Northfield’s Pick-5, Pick-4’s, Pick-3’s, and Super High-5 offer a reduced takeout of just 14 percent. The Northfield Single Six went without a single winner on Tuesday (May 28) night, it will have a carryover of $9,272.84.  The wager begins in Race 9. Wednesday’s post time is 6:00 p.m.   by Ayers Ratliff for Northfield Park

Mary K. Coven, 75, beloved mother of trainer Sam Coven and ex-wife of the late notable Ohio driver-trainer Herb Coven Jr., died May 26 following a battle of several months against lung cancer.   Mary and Herb ran a powerful stable at the Warren County Fairgrounds in Lebanon, Ohio, for almost 20 years.   Among the stable patrons at the height of their success were Blue Chip Farms and the partnership of Pacey Mindlin and Kenneth Cohen.   The Covens campaigned numerous great horses. Among them were Pointer Hanover, who participated in the Breeders Crown, open pacing mare Norma Ruth Hanover and the invitational star Lusty Fella.   While Herb drove and trained the large majority of the horses, hard-working Mary also possessed licenses as both a driver and trainer.   She won 45 races in the sulky from 1983-1995. Her best year was 1984, when she won a dozen races and fashioned a .450 UDRS average.   She was particularly proud of victories behind Lusty Fella at Lebanon, Latonia, Louisville and Scioto Downs.   From 1991-1997 she accumulated 146 training victories, then earned three more during a one-year return to the trainer's ranks in 2008. Mrs. Coven was also well known for mixing a special leg paint tightener, which she was pleased to share (except the recipe) with fellow horsemen who sought her successful potion.   Mary was born Mary Goldman in October of 1943 in Dayton, Ohio. She met Herb at an after-school event at the Dayton Fairgrounds during high school.   Mary is survived by her only son Sam; four grandchildren--Sabrina, 21, Justine, 12, Brooklyn, 5, and Trotter, 2; as well as a brother Sam Goldman.   Gregg Keidel

Northfield Park is announcing the addition of a $10,000 Pick-5 total pool guarantee on Tuesday (May 28). Beginning in race two, the $10,000 Pick-5 guaranteed total pool includes a carryover of $3,229. This wager is being offered as part of the Strategic Wagering Program through the United States Trotting Association. Northfield's Pick-5, Pick-4s, Pick-3s, 20¢ Super High Five and 20¢ Northfield Single Six offer a reduced takeout rate of just 14 percent. Tuesday's post time is 6 p.m.   Ayers Ratliff

Columbus, Ohio--Harness racing's greatest traveling roadshow, the CKG Billings Harness Driving Series, was on the move again Friday night (May 24) traveling to Columbus, Ohio for a trotting contest over the five-eighths mile oval at Scioto Downs. And when the judges posted the official sign after the race was contested Unbanji, driven by longtime Billings member Bob "the Lumberman" Troyer, emerged victorious . Sent off at odds of over 10-1 the 11-year-old French-bred gelding rallied in the deep-stretch to collar the betting favorite, Undercover Strike and driver Gregg "Fast Greggy" Keidel for a 1:571 victory, his second of the season. Troyer started from the five hole and settled in fourth as Alesha "the Hoosier Hotshot" Binkley grabbed the lead with Body Of Work and they showed the way past the first stanza in :28.3. With the field all settling in along the pylons Ms Binkey tapped the breaks and led the Indian-file trailers by the half in :58.2. At that point Troyer and Ubanji were third as Keidel and Undercover Strike were the first to take a shot at the leader and they were head-to-head with Body Of Work at the three quarters in 1:27.4, as the trailing horses began to move at the leaders. Undercover Strike gained command off the final turn and although the gelding appeared to be home free Troyer's trotter came with a rush in the final strides to collar Keidel's charge and get the final call. Despite a covered trip the entire mile Sterling Bodica, and driver Steve "You're Never Too"Oldford, had to settle for third place just a length behind the top two finishers. The race winner, Ubanji, is in America as a result of a international promotion last year by NAADA. Now owned by his driver and trained by John Wengerd the altered son of French sire, Jag De Bellouet, returned a $23.20 win mutuel. The Billings Series will move on to the Meadowlands on Saturday night then to Flamboro Downs on Sunday, and to Woodbine Mohawk on Monday.   by John Manzi for the Billings Series    

Northfield Park's Pick 5 offers an exciting $80,000 total pool guarantee on Wednesday (May 22). Beginning in race two, the $80,000 Pick-5 guaranteed total pool includes a large $23,617 carryover. This wager is being offered as part of the Strategic Wagering Program through the United States Trotting Association. The 20¢ Northfield Single Six begins in the ninth race with a $2,908 carryover. Northfield's Pick 5, Pick 4s, Pick 3s, 20¢ Super High Five and 20¢ Northfield Single Six offer a reduced takeout rate of just 14 percent. Wednesday's post time is 6 PM.   Ayers Ratliff

Horsemen flooded to the Champions Center in Springfield, Ohio on May 14, seeking harness racing racehorses and breeding stock among the nearly 400 catalogued horses. The sale was virtually tied with last year as the best Spring Sale in its 56 year history with a lot of happy sellers, and buyers that were grateful to get horses to stock their stables. Burke Racing Stable brought an especially strong consignment that included five of the top ten sellers. Leading the way at $65,000 was consistent Preferred pacer Arthur Pendragon. Mark Wright of Frankfort Kentucky had the winning bid on the handsome son of Dragon Again. Next in line was solid conditioned pacer Cheese Melt fresh off a 1:51.2h win at Northfield Park. Fred Linz of Indiana signed the ticket for the 4-yr-old son of Betterthancheddar for $62,000. Other heavy hitters in the Burke consignment were conditioned pacers Reagans Avenger and Aleppo Hanover purchased by Rick Bucci for $42,000 and $32,000 respectively along with Fordham Sixty Two who was picked up for $35,000 by Allard Racing. The consistent young trotter Lion King AS from the Ruddick Stables also went to Allard Racing on a $37,000 bid. A potential story in the making was the purchase of Indiana Sires Stakes eligible Mr Bigly by 15-yr-old Breana Carsey (of Ohio Champion MJB Gotta Have Faith fame) and her dad Brian for $47,000. The precocious son of Always A Virgin came from the very nice Emerald Highlands Farm consignment that also featured the competitive 4-yr-old conditioned mare McPansy purchased by A Piece of Racing for $40,000. The Summer Blooded Horse Sale will be held Tuesday and Wednesday Aug. 27-28. This sale includes a black type yearling session in addition to several hundred racehorses. The black type yearling session closes July 1. Mixed entries will be taken until full. Visit www.bloodedhorse.com to enter or order a catalogue.   Dot Morgan

Northfield Park is the place to be this Saturday (May 18) for this year’s running of the Preakness Stakes live from Pimlico Racecourse.    Doors open early at 9:30 AM and first post at Pimlico is set for 10:30 AM.  Early bird wagering on the Preakness will be available Saturday morning, along with simulcasting action both day and night from over 40 tracks across the U.S., Canada and Australia.   There is still time to reserve your private seating carrel and television for your viewing pleasure. Carrel seats are currently on sale at the grandstand center program stand. If you arrive early on Preakness Day, join us for a special morning snack of a donut and coffee.  The $1.00 special begins at 9:30 AM and will be served while supplies last.    Be sure to join Bob “Railbird” Roberts and our track announcer Ayers Ratliff for a FREE Pimlico handicapping seminar which begins at 11:00 AM.     There is a FREE $2,000 Pimlico Handicapping Contest beginning with race four with a top prize of $1,000 cash!  Northfield Park will also offer prize drawings throughout the day.  Just fill out the entry blank you receive when upon entering and deposit it in the contest bin located in the center of the grandstand.    Winners will be drawn randomly throughout the day.  Thousands of dollars in cash and prizes will be given away including a grand prize of $2,500 cash!      Visit Northeast Ohio’s finest food trucks outside on the trackside apron to satisfy your hunger.  The trucks 216 Bistro, Barrio, Crooked Kettle Popcorn, Smash Time, Super Hero Food Truck and The Bus Stop will be on-site from 2 - 7 PM offering delicious gourmet food items while you listen to live music by The Benjaminz (3 – 5 PM) and Unknown Reason (6 - 10 PM).   After the Preakness, stick around for a night of live racing with a first race post time of 6 PM while enjoying the great view and buffet from our Lady Luck’s Clubhouse Restaurant.  The buffet price is $19.95. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 330-467-4101.   Free admission and FREE parking every day at Northfield Park.     Ayers Ratliff

Northfield Park is announcing the addition of a $35,000 Pick-4 total pool guarantee on Saturday (May 18). Beginning in race seven, the $35,000 Pick-4 guaranteed total pool includes a carryover of $11,796. This wager is being offered as part of the Strategic Wagering Program through the United States Trotting Association. The evening's ninth race begins the 20¢ Northfield Single Six which offers a $2,825 carryover. Northfield's Pick-5, Pick-4s, Pick-3s, 20¢ Super High Five and 20¢ Northfield Single Six offer a reduced takeout rate of just 14 percent. Saturday's post time is 6 p.m.   Ayers Ratliff

Leading Driver Aaron Merriman posted another big night at Northfield Park on Saturday (May 11) winning ten times on the 16-race program.   Merriman's monster night tied the Northfield harness racing record for the most wins on a single card. That record was set in 1999 by Walter Case Jr.   Aaron's triumphs were with The Lion Sleeps ($3.60) in race five, St Lads Maggie Mae ($3.60) in race six, Heythere Lisamarie ($2.10) in race seven, Designed To See ($8.60) in race eight, Nutmegs Yankee ($3.60) in race 10, It's Gest Me ($4.20) in race 11, Godiva Seelster ($7.00) in race 12, Red ($16.40) in race 13, Mayabelle ($3.40) in race 15 and Cookies Empire ($6.20) in race 16. Merriman was the leading driver in North America in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and is leading by more than 50 wins so far this year. Aaron has been driving since 1997 and has piloted 11,294 career wins and is approaching $75 million in purse earnings. Success over the Flying Turns is nothing new to Merriman. He has more wins than any other driver in Northfield Park's history.   Ayers Ratliff

LEBANON, OH - Miami Valley Raceway completed its sixth and most successful season on Monday, May 6, crowning new winners in both the harness racing drivers and trainers dash derbies. Brett Miller, in his first meet back in Ohio after an extended stay on the east coast's biggest stages, copped the drivers title with 183 wins, good for $1,852,267 in purse earnings. His next closest rival during the 87-day meet was Dan Noble, who notched 156 victories, followed in the top five by Trace Tetrick (140), Chris Page (135) and Tyler Smith (93). Each of the top five reinsmen earned over $1.1 million in purses for the owners of the horses they drove. On the training side, Ron Burke captured his first-ever dash title in Ohio. His 63 triumphs topped Virgil Morgan Jr. (47), Tyler George (40), Dan Noble (32) and Kayne Kauffman (30). A total of $14.2 million in purses were awarded, an average of over $160,000 per program. Of the 1192 races (an average of 13.7 races per card), 86% featured full fields of 8 horses or more going postward. The No. 5 starting position produced the most winners, as it usually does on a five-eighths mile oval. The 229 winners from the 5-hole yielded a winning percentage of 19.2%, approximately 5% better than the four post positions closer to the pylons which all hovered around 14%. Overall, race time favorites during the meet succeeded at a 41.44% clip. Miami Valley management and staff would like to take this opportunity to thank every owner, trainer, driver and caretaker who participated during 2019. We wish everyone continued success throughout the 2019 season and look forward to welcoming you back in January 2020. Gregg Keidel

LEBANON, OH - Dayson (Chris Page) captured the final Open Trot of the Miami Valley harness racing season on a sunny Sunday afternoon (May 5), scorching the lightning fast five-eighths mile oval in 1:53.3. Page pressed the million dollar winning favorite confidently and unhurriedly towards the front, gaining the point well after the original pacesetter Moonshiner Hanover (Brett Miller) reached the :27.4 first quarter beam. It was the 30th lifetime win for Dayson, a 6-year-old altered son of Conway Hall, from just 61 career starts. Part of the powerful Ron Burke Brigade, Dayson extended his win streak to six, four at The Meadows before relocating to Ohio and Miami Valley for his most recent pair of successes. Full Surge (Tony Hall) trotted a huge mile to finish a closing second, while Moonshiner Hanover hung on for third. The Monday (May 6) matinee will close out the 2019 Miami Valley meet which started back on January 4. A pair of $100,000 Grand Circuit events for older mares will highlight the season finale. Atlanta, the 2018 Hambletonian winner, makes her first start of the year in the Miami Valley Distaff; while superstar Shartin N will be favored in the Sam 'Chip' Noble III Memorial-a race she won last year in 1:49.3, still the fastest mile by a mare in the six year history of Miami Valley. The Grand Circuit features are carded as races 8 and 10 on a 14-race program. First race post time is 2:05 p.m.   Gregg Keidel

LEBANON, OH. - The 2019 Buckeye Stallion Series launched on Wednesday afternoon (May 1) with nine $17,500 harness racing divisions of Buckeye-bred sophomore fillies, five paces and four trots. This first leg action was the first of four preliminary sessions at Miami Valley, Scioto Downs, Northfield Park and the Delaware (OH) county fair-all leading up to the finals for $60,000 purses at Hollywood Dayton Raceway on Sunday, September 29. Pacing winners were Heythere Lisamarie (Brett Miller, 1:54.4, $3.80 to win), Officially My Way (Jason Thompson, 1:53.4, $5.60), Rocl Me Cristal (Cameron McCown, 1:53.3, $14.20), Slymar's Dragon (Mark Evers, 1:53.3, $6.80) and Rocking Zoe (Kayne Kauffman, 1:54.4, $11.80). Trotters reaching the winner's circle were Ms Toni (Josh Sutton, 1:56.3, $4.60), Caterina Hall (Brett Miller, 1:56.1, $4.80), Twentyfour K Magic (Chris Page, 1:56.4, $15.00) and Sarafina AS (Elliott Deaton, 1:56.4, $23.40). Caterina Hall was the quickest winner in Buckeye Stallion Series action at Miami Valley on Wednesday. (Conrad photo) The Buckeye Stallion Series returns to Miami Valley on Saturday night (May 4) with eleven divisions for three-year-old pacing and trotting colts. Post time is 7:05 p.m., one hour later than normal due to the Kentucky Derby.   Gregg Keidel

Northfield Park is northeast Ohio's place to be for this year's Triple Crown action. First up is the 145th Run for the Roses this Saturday May 4. Doors open early at 9:30 a.m. with first post at Churchill Downs at 10:30 a.m. Advance wagering on the Derby will be available Friday May 3 and early bird wagering will be available Saturday morning, plus we will be simulcasting from 40-plus tracks from all over the world. For those early guests, join Bob "Railbird" Roberts and track announcer Ayers Ratliff for a FREE Churchill Downs handicapping seminar, which begins at 11 a.m. outside on the apron. The excitement continues all afternoon for a chance to win big just for being here. All guests will receive a contest entry blank when entering Northfield Park. Names will be drawn randomly throughout the day for a chance to spin our prize wheel. Every spin is a winner and you could win great prizes like, $100 Kentucky Derby win wagers, concert tickets at MGM Northfield Park's Center Stage, cash prizes, dining gift cards, sporting tickets and more. Five lucky guests will spin the cash wheel for a chance at $500, $1,000 or the grand prize of $2,500 in cash. Be sure to enter our Kentucky Derby hat contest, sponsored by WQAL, WDOK, WNCX and Seagram's from 12-4 p.m. WDOK's Tim Richards, Slats from WNCX and Kelly McMann from WQAL will be on-site to judge the contest and the best hat wins $500 CASH! Plus, don't miss out on a Kentucky Derby favorite -- the mint julep -- which will be available in a commemorative Kentucky derby glass all day Saturday. Northfield Park will host its annual Kentucky Derby Food Truck Festival on the track apron. Nine of Northeast Ohio's top food trucks will be selling their specialties from 12-7 p.m. Food truck participants include 216 Bistro, Barrio, The Bus Stop, Fire Truck Pizza Company, Pasta Tivo, The Slop Truck, Slyman's Food Truck Super Hero Food Truck and Crooked Kettle Popcorn Co. Plus, enjoy live music by The Michelle Romary Band (1-3 p.m.); Monica Robins & The Ninja Cowboys (4-6 p.m.); and Unknown Reason (7-10 p.m.) on the apron. Lady Luck's Clubhouse opens this Saturday, offering a buffet for $19.95 per person. Reservations are required so please call 330-467-4101. The buffet will be served from 5:30-8:30 pm and seating begins at 3:30 pm for those guests wishing to watch and wager on the Churchill downs card. Northfield Park will offer 16 action packed races featuring the $16,000 Fillies and Mares Open. First race post time is scheduled for 6 p.m.   Ayers Ratliff

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