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Summerside, PE - Casimir Luciano rolled out of post five and paced to a harness racing victory Sunday in the feature race at Red Shores Summerside in 1:58.1. Driven by Marc Campbell, Casimir Luciano has been one of the hottest horses on the grounds winning nine of his last 12 starts for owner-trainer Ralph Sweet. Motorino (Terry Gallant) finished second after a pocket ride while Carnivore edged his way through traffic to complete the triactor for catch-driver Dale Spence. The winner returned $5.20. There were no tickets sold on the 5-6-7 combination so the triactor paid out on 5-6-all for $55.20. Rash B Behavior (Campbell) turned in the fastest performance of the afternoon tripping the timer in 1:57.4 for trainer-owner Michael Peters, Emyvale, PE. It was a Murphy driving triple with Ken parading Machinthesand and Sandhill Star to victory lane. His bother Steven scored with Rymar Rodeo in 2:00.3. For complete results go to www.redshores.ca By Lee Drake

Tonight’s Solvalla feature was The Onions worth 80,000SEK to the winner of this 1640 meter autostart contest with ten starters, and, as expected, the 1.1/1 favorite Nuncio (5m Andover Hall-Nicole Isabelle-Lindy Lane) recorded the win for Stefan Melander and his Stall TZ. Nuncio now has two wins in two 2016 starts and a slate of 28-12-2 in 42 career starts good for 18,292,726SEK earned. Timed in 1.10.7kr, same as his prior current year winning time, Nuncio defeated the same timed Food Money (8g Andover Hall-Windylane Hanover-Lindy Lane) for Jennifer Tillman, off at 5.8/1, and third finishing Nothing But Class (7m Andover Hall-Bold Dreamer-Donerail) with trainer Peter Untersteiner up. Smilin Eli was fourth for Erik Adielson and the Reden/Stall Zet team. Russell Williams bred the winner. In undercard action at Solvalla, Moni To Spare (5g Chocolatier-Live Moni-Conway Hall-Moni Maker) took his second 2016 win in as many starts for driver Kenneth Haugstad and owner/trainer Nicklas Johannson. This one now shows a slate of 7-1-0 in nine career outings for earnings of 249,300SEK including today’s 40,000SEK first money for the 1.13.6kr timed verdict over 2140 meters autostart. Moni To Spare was bred in the USA by Moni Market Stable and was unraced as a two and three year-old. Lady Lee takes SebNor Recycling Mares Trot at Bergsaker Today’s Bergsaker SWE feature was the SebNor Recycling Mares Trot for 100,000SEK to the winner over 2140 meters autostart. The 40/1 outsider Lady Lee (7f Ride The Night-Princess Fri-Probe) rallied late for a long neck victory timed in 1.13.5kr. Kirsten Hell piloted the winner for owner Jan Hagg to her 11th career win in 105 starts. 86/1 Rondine d’Asolo (6f Varenne-Valdagna Ons-Park Avenue Joe) was second for Hanna Olofsson after circling the field to gain advantage around the final bend before facing the winner late. Third was 38/1 Elles W.Phedo (10f Kesaco Phedo-Elles W.Lolota-Rapido) for driver Ove Lindqvist. The 1.38/1 favorite Wild Honey (4f Cantab Hall-U Wanna Lindy-SJ’s Photo) was away comfortably along the pegs and remained there until past the 1000 meter mark when driver Orjan Kihlstrom hustled that one to the front. Then the US import began rough gaited in the final bend and went offstride. Early leaders Cantabs Fortune and Ninepoints Lucy faded late with Cantabs Fortune also going offstride for trainer/driver Daniel Reden. Another US import, Bostonz Credit, stayed along the pegs and finished fourth for Ulf Eriksson and trainer Daniel Reden. On the Bergsaker undercard the US import Fighting Bax (4m Muscle Massive-Bax Machine-Earl) scored in 1.14.7kr for Orjan Kihlstrom, Stall Zet and trainer Daniel Reden. Bred by Pete Spears’ Windsong Stable, the winner now has three wins in five 2016 starts. The victory tonight added 60,000SEK to his scorecard. Tommaso America (4m Muscle Hill-Onda Degli Dei-Windsong’s Legacy) was second. The Bergsaker’s finale was theForsakringskonsult for 40,000SEK to the winner of this 2140 meter autostart event. 22/1 Bourne Identity (5m Sugar Trader-Santana-Super Arnie) scored in 1.14.1kr for Martin Akerlund, his eighth career victory in 24 outings. US import Stand Bayou (5m Donato Hanover-Roux Hanover-Mr. Lavec) was second at 2.3/1 for Orjan Kihlstrom and the Daniel Reden/Stall Zet team, timed same as the winner (this one also bred by Spears’ Windsong Stable. Voulez Vous was third for Ove Lindqvist. by Thomas H. Hicks for Harnesslink  

Victorian gelding Cant Refuse has managed just one win from 15 starts, but he looks certain to start harness racing favourite after drawing favourably in the $50,000 Slater Gartrell Sports Western Gateway Pace over 2536m at Gloucester Park on Friday night. He will start from barrier three on the front line in the group 3 feature for three-year-olds and has bright prospects of turning the tables on the brilliant Chicago Bull, a stylish winner at each of his past four starts (all at Gloucester Park). Chicago Bull, prepared by champion West Australian trainer Gary Hall sen., will start from the No. 5 barrier with star reinsman Gary Hall jun. in the sulky. Chicago Bull and Cant Refuse, geldings by super sire Bettor’s Delight, clashed for the first time when they met in a 2130m WA Derby Prelude on Thursday of last week when Chicago Bull started from barrier three, took the lead after 500m and went on to win by one metre from Cant Refuse, who revealed abundant gate speed from barrier four and was smartest into stride. However, Cant Refuse was unable to muster sufficient speed to cross the polemarker El Hombre and was left in the breeze when Hall dashed Chicago Bull to the front. Chicago Bull sped over the final quarters in 27.8sec. and 27.6sec. and held on to score narrowly at a 1.54.8 rate. Cant Refuse looked well and truly beaten at the 400m mark, but he impressed when he fought on with great determination. This was Cant Refuse’s first start since he raced without cover and fought on with wonderful tenacity to finish a 2m second to the unbeaten champion Our Waikiki Beach in the 2400m New South Wales Derby at Menangle mon February 28. Hall jun. has not conceded defeat and still considers Chicago Bull, a winner at seven of his 14 starts, a strong winning chance. “Over the 2536m I’ll go back with Chicago Bull and sit him up,” he said. “He goes best driven that way. Last week he kicked clear comfortably on the home bend, but he took his foot off the gas a little bit and I had to wake him up late.” Chicago Bull showed his class as a sit-sprinter the previous week when he raced in last position in a field of six before bursting to the front 600m from home and racing away to win by four lengths from Just Bet On Black. There is certainly no guarantee that Cant Refuse will be able to take full advantage of his gate speed and charge to an early lead. Smart beginners and proven frontrunners Sprinter and The Art Form are drawn on his inside and this could result in a hectic battle for early ascendancy. The Mike Reed-trained The Art Form will start from the No. 2 barrier and the high-priced New Zealand colt began speedily and gave a bold frontrunning display to score an easy three-length win over the talented El Jacko in a 2185m Byford trial last Sunday week. But The Art Form, at his Australian debut, at Gloucester Park on Thursday of last week, drew out wide at barrier six and was restrained to the rear. He was sixth, one-out and two-back at the bell and did not threaten danger in finishing a well-beaten fifth behind Chicago Bull. The polemarker is Sprinter, a richly-talented and versatile Mach Three gelding who has won ten times from only 16 starts for Pinjarra trainer Gary Elson. Sprinter, to be handled by his regular reinsman Nathan Turvey, has led in three of his victories and also has impressed with his powerful finishing bursts. Sprinter has taken no harm from a solid campaign in the Eastern States when he won a heat of the Victoria Derby at Ballarat and finished fourth in a heat of the NSW Derby. He started from barrier six in the Victoria Derby final at Melton and had no luck, covering plenty of extra ground and finishing eighth behind the brilliant Lazarus.           He drew wide at No. 8 in the final of the NSW Derby at Menangle and was a $94 outsider who settled six back on the pegs and was eighth in the one-wide line at the bell before finishing with a late flourish to be a splendid fifth behind Our Waikiki Beach. Wide draws will provide very tough challenges for in-form geldings Vanquished, Johnny Disco, Questionable Gesture and King Lebron. King Lebron, a newcomer to the powerful Hall stable, faces a stern test from the No. 9 barrier at his first outing in Australia. He began out wide at barrier seven at his most recent appearance, in a $40,000 listed event over 1950m at Addington on February 12 and impressed with his close third behind Nek Time. He settled in seventh spot and was sixth on the home turn before finishing with a powerful burst. The final 800m was covered on 54.5sec. and the last 400m whizzed by in 27.6sec. At his previous start he led from barrier one and sprinted over the final quarter in 27.5sec. to win, unextended. Touch of Success is another New Zealand-bred colt who will be having his first start in Australia when he behind form the No. 4 barrier with Stuart McDonald in the sulky for Busselton trainer Matt White. He has won three times and has finished three seconds from his ten starts in New Zealand. Ken Casellas

TORONTO, December 4 - Brinkers Dream and Aniston Seelster won their respective harness racing Autumn Series Finals Friday night at Woodbine Racetrack. The $36,800 three-year-old filly trot and $37,800 three-year-old filly pace Autumn Series Finals highlighted Friday's 11-race card. A pair of scratches, including leg one and two winner The Murmuring Pan, left a field of eight for the filly trot final and Brinkers Dream seized the opportunity at 24/1. Driven by Paul MacDonell, Brinkers Dream trotted out strong to take the lead and post an opening-quarter of :28.2. Tymal Fireitup, a leg two division winner, was sent off as the heavy 1/5 favourite and got away fourth in the early stages. Brinkers Dream got her own way in the second-quarter and took the field by the half in :58. Around the final turn, MacDonell opened up a sizeable lead with Brinkers Dream and the leader stormed the third-quarter in :27.4 to hold a six length lead turning for home over a first over Tymal Fireitup. Brinkers Dream strides shortened in deep stretch, but her big lead was too much for her rivals to overcome, as she scored a 1¾ length victory in 1:56.1. Aspen California rallied from the back to nose out Tymal Fireitup for second. A daughter of Taurus Dream, Brinkers Dream entered the Autumn Series Final off a fifth and a second in the preliminary legs. She is trained by John Bax and owned by Bax Stable and Dave Hudson. The Autumn Series victory is the second win in 23 starts this season for Brinkers Dream. Her career earnings now sit at over $55,000 and the clocking of 1:56.2 knocked a fifth of a second off her previous career-mark. A $2 win ticket on Brinkers Dream returned $51.10. Brinkers Dream Aniston Seelster had to work for the lead early, but that was the spot to be in the $37,800 pacing filly final. Driven by Doug McNair, Aniston Seelster, the 6/5 favourite, sprinted off the wings of the gate with Much Adoo, the second-choice at 2/1, matching each stride to her inside. The two favourites went toe-to-toe for the length of the stretch, before Aniston Seelster edged by to take command at the opening-quarter. Aniston Seelster had to pace a :25.4 first-quarter to get the lead, but that turned out to be the winning move. McNair was able to get middle-fractions of :56.2 and 1:27.2 to set up a final-quarter sprint. In the stretch, Aniston Seelster powered home in :28.3 and was able to hold off Much Adoo from the two-hole and a late surge from Pinky Tuscadero up the rail for a three-quarter length victory in 1:56. Pinky Tuscadero, who was eighth turning for home, charged up the rail to nose out Much Adoo for second. A daughter of Mach Three, Aniston Seelster is trained by Gregg McNair for owners Lindsey and Connie Rankin. The sophomore pacing filly finished first and second in the Autumn Series preliminary legs. Aniston Seelster now has seven wins in 21 starts this season after going winless in five starts as a rookie. The Autumn Series final victory pushes the Rankin's filly over the $100,000 earnings mark to $107,840. The McNair trainee paid $4.50 to win. Aniston Seelster In order to be eligible to the Autumn Series, the Ontario sired three-year-old fillies had to be non-winners of $50,000 lifetime or $30,000 in 2015 as of September 30, 2015. Mark McKelvie

DOVER, Del. --- The final major three-year-old stakes event of the harness racing season has a new name: the $300,00 Hap Hansen Progress Pace. Since 1996, and for its first 20 years, the Dover Downs signature event has been called the Progress Pace. Upon his passing, a year ago, the race has been renamed, the Hap Hansen Progress Pace to honor one of the sports finest administrators, a Dover Downs and Brandywine Raceway executive, and Harness Tracks of America (HTA) official, Wilmer E. Hap Hansen.. This year's event will again offer the largest-purse race in Delaware harness racing. The $300,000 Hap Hansen Progress Pace is the highlight of the track's 47th season and is the spotlight event of its 2015 "Novemberfest of Racing." This year's Hap Hansen Progress Pace features the some of the sport's leading three-year-olds led by the top sophomore pacer and leading candidate for Horse of the Year honors, Delaware-based Wiggle It Jiggleit,a 1:49 winner of last week's elimination. The History of the Progress Pace The Progress Pace was created by Dover Downs' CEO Denis McGlynn in the fashion of a former state of Delaware sports' tradition - The Battle of the Brandywine - formerly the showcase of ill-fated Brandywine Raceway. Last season, Canadian champion McWicked, driven by David Miller, notched the fastest win in event history, scoring in 1:48.4 in the 2014 edition. Over the years, Most of the sports leading drivers, owners and stables have participated in the Progress Pace. Hall of Fame drivers include four-time winner John Campbell and three-times winners Ron Pierce and Luc Ouellette. Bret Pelling has trained three Progress Pace champions. Sampson Street Stable has shared in three Progress Pace champions with Newman Racing, two, the only other with more than one winner. The first Progress Pace was carded in 1996 with a $100,000 final. The winner was Armbro Operative, owned by Tom Walsh, Jr. and Dave McDuffy, driven by Mike Lachance. It was the first of three Progress Pace winners conditioned by Brett Pelling. Pelling also trained the winners of the next two winners of the event Dream Away, owned by Canadian horsemen Marvin Katz, Al Libfeld and Sam Goldband, won the 1997 event. Crown Jewel Stable's Browning Blue Chip took 1998 laurels. Both winners were driven by John Campbell. Luc Ouellette drove Jeff Snyder's Royalflush Hanover to his first Progress Pace win. The gelding overtook Grinfromeartoear on the backstretch and pulled off for the 1999 title. The following season, Ouellette came back to drive 2000 winner-Powerful Toy, owned by Newman Racing Stable, Sampson Street and Dodge A Bullet stables. Ron Pierce made the winner's circle in the 2001 event driving Peruvian Hanover for owners Sidney Korn and Alvin Jacobson. Art Major beat stablemate McArdle to win the 2002 edition. Owned by Deena Frost, Jerry Silva, Sampson Street and TLP stables, Art Major was the third Progress Pace champion driven by John Campbell, In 2003, for the second straight year and third time in Progress Pace history, a colt co-owned by Sampson Street Stable, Radar Sign, won the final. And in 2004, for the second time in four years, another colt co-owned by Sampson Street and Newman Racing stables, Powerful Toy, made the winner's circle. Longshot Holborn Hanover, with George Brennan driving for trainer Mark Harder and owners John Fielding and Canamerica Capital Corp., became the first sub-1:50 Progress Pace winner posting a come-from-behind 1:49.3f victory. In 2005, Gryffindor, became the first Delaware-owned and trained winner. After being purchased by Three Point Acres in time to win the Messenger Stake at Harrington Raceway, the sophomore won the 10th Progress Pace wire-to-wire in 1:50 with David Miller in the sulky for conditioner Chuck Crissman. The purse was the event's all-time highest, $394,120. Another Delaware owned and conditioned colt, Total Truth, was the 2006 Progress Pace champion. Trained by George Teague for owners Only Money and Teague Inc., the victory marked the first of two straight for Hall of Fame driver Ron Pierce. Pierce returned to take the 2007 Progress Pace in upset fashion. Trained by Robby Siegelman for The Cheyenne Gang, Ghee House rolled down the lane for a 1:50.4 upset victory to take the 12th edition. In November 2008, overlooked at 32-1, Cat Manzi guided the Joe Poliseon-trained Bettor Sweet to a surprise 1:52.1 victory, the second-richest Progress Pace boasting a $390,000 purse. Two locally owned horses, Rudy Rednose and Badlands Nitro, both trained by George Teague, finished second and third respectively. Vertical Horizon and Jim Morrill Jr., were the winning team for the 2009 edition, with a 1:50.4 triumph. In 2010, Yannick Gingras guided Rockin Image to an impressive 1.50.3 victory. The 2011 winner was Westwardho Hanover piloted by the world's winningest driver, Dave Palone. Heston Blue Chip completed an outstanding Fall campaign to win the 2012 Progress Pace with Tim Tetrick in the bike recording a then 1:49 event record. John Campbell drove his fourth Progress Pace champion in 2013, guiding Sunshine Beach to victory in 1:50.3. And in 2014, Casie Coleman-trained McWicked scored the fastest victory recording a 1:48.4 clocking. Progress Pace Champions Year Purse Winner (Driver) Win Time 1996 $100,000 Armbro Operative (Mike Lachance) 1:53f 1997 $100,000 Dream Away (John Campbell) 1:54f 1998 $225,000 Browning Blue Chip (John Campbell) 1:51.2f 1999 $225,000 Royalflush Hanover (Luc Ouellette) 1:51.2f 2000 $228,000 Powerful Toy (Luc Ouellette) 1:52.1f 2001 $337,100 Peruvian Hanover (Ron Pierce) 1:52.3f 2002 $335,000 Art Major (John Campbell) 1:51f 2003 $350,060 Radar Sign (Luc Ouellette) 1:51.4f 2004 $345,900 Holborn Hanover (George Brennan) 1:49.3f* 2005 $394,120 Gryffindor (David Miller) 1:50f 2006 $348,900 Total Truth (Ron Pierce) 1:52.2f 2007 $350,900 Ghee House (Ron Pierce) 1:50.4f 2008 $390,000 Bettor Sweet (Cat Manzi) 1:51.2f 2009 $350,000 Vertical Horizon (Jim Morrill Jr.) 1:50.4f 2010 $320,000 Rockin Image (Yannick Gingras) 1:50.3f 2011 $330,000 Westwardho Hanover (Dave Palone) 1:49.1f 2012 $270,000 Heston Blue Chip (Tim Tetrick) 1:49f 2013 $284,160 Sunshine Beach (john Campbell) 1:50.3f 2014 $301,560 McWicked (David Miller) *1:48.4f 2015 *- event record Marv Bachrad  

November 21, 2015 - Favorite Time To Say Goodbye (3m Maximus Lindy-Jungfrau-Valley Guardian) at 1.6/1 odds earned a wire to wire victory in today’s Menesek DIJA (purse 2Huf million, 3160 meters distance handicap) for trainer/driver Lajor Marton and owner AMMA Lovereny Kft. The winner traveled the stated distance to hold off 40 meter penalized Speedy Boy (4g Wall Street Banker-Vas Lady-Endless Sands) handled by Veljko Mazsity, with third to Tornado Cole (3m Incredible Cole-Baby Yankee-Yankee Class) driven by Laszlo Kolozsi. The winner was clocked in 1.21.4kr over the nearly two-mile marathon distance. On the Saturday Kincsem Park card was also the API DIJ (purse 600,000Huf, 1900 meters autostart) and timed in 1.17.6kr it was a victory for No Limit Angel (5f Going Kronos-No Limit Dream-Andover Hall) driven by trainer Zaric Saric for SRB owner Ultra Fight Club. The good-gaited pacesetting winner was off at 9.7/1 and defeated Off Road (7g PS Dimo-Gala Rose-Yankee Yankee) and third finishing Prudy (6f Stallone Jet-Ustione-Sebastian Bob) driven by Vito Sadl for trainer Tibor Hajnal. Two year-olds battled in the Ketevesek Versenye (purse 600,000Huf, 1960 meters distance handicap) with the winner being 2.9/1 Uszorasno (2f Maximus Lindy-Hitelezc-Witsends Speedy) for trainer/droiver Balazs Juhasz and owner Kabela Menes Kft. This was the first start and victory for the 1.22kr winner. Also on the Kincsem Park program the 400,000Huf Viragos DIJ was contested over 1900 meters autostart. The 1.17.4kr winner was 3.2/1 Isetta (5f Tschagga-Rassige-Diamond Way) driven by trainer Valjko Mazsity for owner Hico i. Isetta won for the fifth consecutive time and now has those five wins in six 2015 starts after being six for nine in 2014. Saxicola Jet (4f Naglo-Campala RAL-Toss Out) was second, after three straight wins, for Balazs Juhasz. Scania (3f Lucky Boy-Samonica-Spotlite Lobell) was third for Branislav Mukity after scoring five consecutive wins going into this race. Early in the afternoon program the Nebulo Handicap (360,000Huf, 2560 meters) went to 7.7/1 Alegria Dream (7f Andover Hall-Adri di Jesolo-Donerail) timed in 1.20,3kr. She overcame a 20 meter penalty to win for Zsolt Vereb driving for trainer Csaba Lakatos and Drimwind 2011 Kft. Alegria Dream was bred in Canada by Jean-Pierre Dubois’ Reve Avec Moi Dreamwithme. Thomas H. Hicks  

Restrepo, one of the most brilliant sons of champion sire Art Major, is to stand stud this harness racing season at the Goodtime Lodge stud, of Ian and Judi Slater, at Elliminiyt, near Colac, in Victoria’s western district. He boasts stud credentials second to none. His service fee will be $2,200 including GST. Restrepo was a top flight pacer and a most genuine racehorse winning 18 races with 10 placings from 46 starts, earning $507,018. A champion juvenile at two and three, Restrepo won seven of his first nine starts including the Victoria Sapling Stakes, Shakamaker Classic and a heat of the Victoria Derby. As a four-year-old he won six races including the 4YO Bonanza, defeating Smolda in a career best 1:52.4 over 1720 metres and the Central Victorian Pacing Championship and was placed in the Chariots of Fire and Vicbred Final. The following season as a five-year-old Restrepo really came into his own. He earned $303,531 highlighted by successes in the $175,000 Ballarat Cup, the $100,000 Coca Cola Sprint (in 1:54.5) and the $50,000 Legends (in 1:52.8). He was also placed in the Kilmore and Shepparton Cups and a heat of the Inter Dominion (5th in Final) and qualified for the 2013 Miracle Mile. Despite being hampered by a knee injury, Restrepo resumed racing at six years, winning the Hamilton Cup from a 30 metre handicap at the expense of eventual Hunter Cup winner Arden Rooney. Co-trainer Clayton Tonkin said: “Restrepo had absolute sheer speed and a beautiful gait as a youngster. He is a grand looking individual. I’ll be supporting him with some of our own mares this season.” Blessed with all the attributes necessary for stallion greatness, Restrepo carries an impeccable pedigree made up of champion sires, champion racehorses and champion broodmares. His sire, Art Major 1:48.8, has been the leading sire of two-year-olds for the last four years and his dam’s sire D M Dilinger 1:49.6 is the sire of sensational USA mare Moving Pictures 1:49.6, and the damsire of Breeders Crown champion Major Crocket. Art Major’s sons are breeding on and they include Art Official, sire of Let’s Drink On It 1:48.6, winner of a Little Brown Jug heat, and this year’s NSW Tatlow winner Salty Robyn. Restrepo’s grand-dam Cerebrano (by Lordship) is one of the gems of the Australian trotting stud book. She is the dam of 10 individual winners – three in 2:00 – including a dual Oaks winner and Australian 3YO Filly and Aged Mare of the Year in Innocent Eyes 1:57.6 ($421,875). Tracing to a noted foundation mare in Topsy, Restrepo’s distaff side boasts the blood of  revered sires such as Lordship, Lumber Dream, Out To Win, U Scott and Dillon Hall. By Peter Wharton

HARRINGTON, Del. - Ron Short's Charger ($33.40, Allan Davis) was an upset harness racing winner in achieving his third consecutive win Monday in the $12,500 Open II at Harrington Raceway. The 10-year-old altered son of Stampede Hanover was dismissed at 15-to-1 and set all the fractions in a narrow win over a fast closing Special T Rocks. Shiretown Pitbull was parked the entire mile and finished third. Charger recorded his 46th career win for owner/trainer Short and raised his lifetime bankroll to more than $421,000. It was one of four wins on the program for driver Davis, while Montrell Teague registered a driving triple. Matthew Sparacino

YONKERS, NY, Saturday, April 4, 2015 - Yonkers Raceway offered up Round 3 of the George Morton Levy Memorial Pacing Series Saturday night. Four, $50,000 divisions featured 30 of the best harness racing Free-For-Allers, with last season's winner emerging as this season's target. Odds-on P H Supercam (Jason Bartlett, $3.20), from post position No. 2, outsprinted Lucan Hanover (Tim Tetrick) in the first event, winning out of the pocket by a half-length in 1:51.2 (early intervals of :27.1, :56 and 1:23.2). It was four lengths back to 104-1 McErlean (Tyler Buter) in third. For P H Supercam, an 8-year-old Million Dollar Cam gelding owned by Bamond Racing and trained by Jeff Bamond Jr., it was his fifth win in eight seasonal starts (3-for-3 in this series). The exacta paid $9.70, with the triple returning $216. The mile was a season's-best effort. "Ideally, you want to win while at the same time, not use the horse very hard," Bartlett said. "I've been fortunate with him thus far." The second event was a sharp, first-up effort from veteran statebred Domethatagain (Dan Dube, $24). Sitting a chilly fourth from post No. 4, the 11-1 proposition engaged 3-5 choice Bettor's Edge (Yannick Gingras) after that one laid down the law through fractions of :27.2, :57 and 1:25. Domethatagain, despite drifting wide through the final turn and early in the lane, put away the leader. He then defeated a pocketed Sapphire City (Bartlett) by a half-length in 1:53.2. National Debt (Eric Carlson) was a second-over third, with Bettor's Edge fading to fourth. For fourth choice Domethatagain, a 6-year-old son of Bettor's Delight co-owned (as Allard Racing) by (trainer) Rene Allard, Bob Hamather and Bruce Soulsby, it was his first board finish in four '15 tries. The exacta paid exacta paid $84.50, with triple returning $529 Saturday's third Levy grouping was won by a draw-winning/pocket-protecting Fat Man's Alley (Bartlett, $13.40) in 1:53.4, Stinging 13-10 choice Foiled Again (Gingras), he then released harness racing's richest-ever horse after a :27.3 opening quarter-mile. It was a 57-second intermission before Polak A (Brian Sears)-a winner in his first two series/stateside tries, moved from third. The two slugged it out passing a 1:25.2 three-quarters, but neither was going to be around when it counted. Foiled Again was done off the final turn, but not before carrying Fat Man's Alley where he needed to go. It was "Fat Man" whipping a two-move Michael's Power (Dube) by a length, with Texican N (Carlson) a ground-saving third and Mach's Beach Boy (Pat Lachance) fourth. Foiled Again faded to fifth, while Polak A wound up seventh. For fourth choice Fat Man's Alley, a 7-year-old Rocknroll Hanover gelding co-owned by Bamond Racing and trained by Jeffrey Bamond Jr., it was his second win in six seasonal starts. The exacta paid $79, the triple returning $626 and the superfecta paid $2,043. As for Foiled Again, "He just wasn't himself," Gingras said. "When Polak A came up alongside, he didn't grab the bit and fight the way he always does. I'm sure (trainer) Ronnie (Burke) can figure it out. He's bounced back from these efforts before. I've learned never to count him out. "Hopefully, we see the real Foiled Again next week." The evening's final series event saw Take it Back Terry (George Brennan, $7.60), prevail from the two-hole in a season's-best 1:51.2....and matching P H Supercam for fastest local effort of 2015. Leaving from post No. 2, "Terry" beat a first-up Beach Memories (Dube) by a neck. Third went to 11-10 choice Dancin' Yankee (Brett Miller), who tired on the lead (:26.4, :55.3, 1:23.1). Heez Orl Black N (catch-driver Gingras) was fourth. Ironically, the winner was trained by Burke, as was the runner-up-2-for-2 in the series coming in-before that one's exodus (to trainer Scott DiDomenico). For second choice Take it Back Terry, a 6-year-old Western Terror gelding co-owned (as Burke Racing) by (trainer) Burke, Weaver Bruscemi and Larry Karr and Phil Collura, it was his third win in 11 '15 tries. The exacta paid $46.40, the triple returned $103 and the superfecta paid $1,027. Series standings, through third leg...1-P H Supercam (225 points), 2-Beach Memories (200), 3t-Michael's Power (175), 3t-Polak A (175), 5-Fat Man's Alley (150), 6-Sapphire City (137), 7-Domethatagain (135), 8-Bettor's Edge (133). Note that since no one took Saturday night's Pick 5, Monday's gimmick begins with a carryover of $4,529.90 ($10,000 guaranteed pool). The Raceway's live season continues Monday night (post time 7:10 PM), a French-centric Tuesday (1 PM), then Thursday through Saturday (all at 7:10 PM, with Matchmaker and Levy series continuing Fridays and Saturdays). Afternoon simulcasting available daily (none Easter Sunday). Frank Drucker

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - (Tuesday, March 31, 2015) Jimmy Marohn Jr. has been one of harness racing's best kept secrets over the past few years and in case you've missed it, Jimmy Marohn Jr. has officially arrived at The Meadowlands. That may sound foolish given that Marohn is now 33 and nearing 3,000 wins in his career. But Marohn is clearly in the midst of what must be described as his breakout season. Since it's opening in 2006, Marohn has been one of the leading drivers at Tioga Downs. In fact, he is the three-time defending leading driver at the track, winning 235 races at Tioga since 2012 for earnings of over $1.6 Million. Tioga Downs opening day is slated for May 2nd, and Marohn had to decide, will he continue to drive at The Meadowlands each weekend, or will he venture to Tioga where he typically drives the best horses on the grounds and aim for a fourth consecutive driving title over the Nichols, New York oval? Faced with the most difficult decision of his young career, Marohn has decided to remain at The Meadowlands on Friday and Saturday nights throughout the championship meet. For Marohn, the time is now to strike while the iron is hot. He is planning to drive at Tioga Downs on Sundays, but he will call The Meadowlands home for the rest of the season. In addition, Marohn will continue to drive at Monticello and Freehold during the week. "It's been a difficult decision to choose whether to go back to Tioga or take a new route in my career and continue with the meet at the Meadowlands," said Marohn. "Tioga has always been good to me, which I am extremely grateful for. It wasn't an easy decision, but in life you have to take risks in order to be successful and this is one of those moments. So I'm going to stay the summer at the Meadowlands." Meadowlands C.E.O/General Manager Jason Settlemoir, has known Marohn for a long time and is optimistic about his future. "It has been a privilege to have had Jimmy at Tioga all these years, and we look forward to seeing him on Sundays. But I am also filled with excitement for him as he takes on this new venture in his career. The way he has been driving, now is the time for him to take on this challenge. Simply put, he is the consummate professional and I wish him the best of luck during our Championship Meet at The Meadowlands." Through Monday, Marohn is sitting on 108 wins, good for eighth (8th) in the country. With the first quarter of the racing calendar concluding, Marohn is on pace for over 430 wins and earnings beyond $2.1 Million. Both would surpass his career best season of 390 wins and $1.76 Million in earnings. But beyond the numbers, it is what Marohn has done at The Meadowlands this winter that has people talking. Amazingly, it has been more than 10 years since Marohn earned his first driving victory at The Meadowlands with SJ's Tostitos in a $20,000 Claiming Handicap Trot in December of 2004. But over the last decade, Marohn's wins have been rather sporadic, never winning more than three races in a meet at The Big M until last season, when Marohn won 10 races. But this meet, Marohn has elevated his game to a new level, winning 25 races. That number is more wins than Marohn has earned at the East Rutherford oval in the last 10 years combined. One of Marohn's best qualities is his humble nature, which was evident in this statement. "It feels really good to matter there," referring to The Meadowlands. Marohn has hooked up with trainer Daniel Gill, whom he has won many races for in New York over the past several years and trainer Rob Harmon, who's stable has been very live to start the season. "Both trainers have been an important part in my success at the Meadowlands," referring to Gill and Harmon , "and I am grateful to have the opportunity to drive for them consistently. In this game you need trainers with good horses that will give you a shot and will stick with you. I have been fortunate to be able to drive for both trainers." At present, Marohn sits tenth (10th) in the driver standings at The Meadowlands. The most impressive aspect of his season thus far is that he has made it into the top 10 in The Meadowlands drivers colony, while driving in less races than all nine drivers in front him. In fact, Marohn's 203 drives is 70 less than Ron Pierce who is the next closest competitor in both starts and wins and Marohn has only one less win than the Hall of Famer. By comparison, he has only seven less wins than Andy Miller, who has driven in 168 more races than Marohn. With Ron Pierce sidelined with an injury and the next closest driver (Trace Tetrick) having nine wins for the meet, Marohn appears to be locked in as a top-10 driver at The Meadowlands for the duration of 2015. Marohn's 13-percent (13%) win-rate is tied for fourth this meet, with John Campbell. His 15 wins since February 1st is the sixth highest total of The Meadowlands drivers and his nine wins in the month of March is the fifth highest total of the driving colony, only one less than leading driver Yannick Gingras despite having 20 less drives than anyone in the top-10. "It's a surreal moment in my career being in the spot that I'm in and competing with the top drivers in the country. It goes to show you that with hard work and dedication you can get far and achieve success. You just have to keep at it and prove to trainers and owners that you can get the job done. Hopefully with the solid winter meet that I have had at the Meadowlands it will open the doors for more opportunities." The bettors are enjoying Marohn's efforts as well, as he is the only driver in the top-10 to show a positive return on investment at this point of the season. Director of Racing Operations Darin Zoccali was thrilled when Marohn notified him of his decision. "Jimmy has had a sensational meet. Being the oddsmaker and track handicapper is a part of my job description and I have watched Jimmy closely this meet. He is driving like he is in the zone. All you can ask a driver to do is give their horse a chance to win, and he has consistently put horses in spots where they can win. The time is now to take a chance at the Championship Meet and I sincerely hope he is rewarded and given opportunities to shine in our stakes program. He deserves it." Marohn recently turned 33 years old. That is significant as it is the same age Corey Callahan began driving at The Meadowlands on a regular basis. Since making the move to The Big M, Callahan has become one of the stars of the sport, winning the Rising Star Award for his 2013 driving campaign, amassing over 1,200 wins over the last two seasons and nearly $19 Million earnings. This year, Callahan finds himself second in the country with 196 wins and leads all drivers with nearly $1.7 Million in earnings. While choosing to stay at The Meadowlands doesn't guarantee the success Callahan has had, it could be the decision that launches the career of Jimmy Marohn Jr. into another stratosphere. Darin Zoccali Director of Racing Operations Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment | 1 Racetrack Drive | East Rutherford, NJ 07073            

On Tuesday February 17, Monticello Raceway will be seen in a totally new light, it will be the initial day in which Monticello Raceway’s outgoing simulcasting signal will be transmitted in High Definition.  This project has been a long time in the making according to Simulcasting Director Maureen Flynn, when asked about the video signal upgrade Flynn replied “The new High Definition cameras and equipment will greatly enhance our signal” we are excited to see how fans respond to our state of the art production.”    Due to Presidents Day on Monday February 16, Monticello Raceway is dark for live racing only, both day and evening simulcasting is still available.  Post Time for Tuesday’s card is 12:25 pm. Shawn F. Wiles

January 16, 2014 - The historic monte classique Prix de Cornulier (Gr. I International, €700,000, 2700 meters) goes to the start Sunday at Vincennes with 18 top rated mounted trotters entered. Listed by head number, based on career earnings, the starters follow: 1.       Viva Forest (Franck Nivard) 2.       Vicaria (Guillame Gillot) 3.       Vittel de Brévol (David Thomain) 4.       Sylvie de Bétan (Mathieu Abrivard) 5.       Rescousse de Barb (Pierre-Yves Verva) 6.       Tolima (Camille Levesque) 7.       Udayama (Gaëtan Prat) 8.       Séduisant Foteau (Nathalie Henry) 9.       Sakura Jiel (Guillaume Martin) 10.   Ugo di Nieul (Romain Derieux) 11.   Sierra Leone (Marion Lemonnier) 12.   Tornade de Digeon (Alexandre Abrivard) 13.   Valse Castelets (Jean-Loïc-Claude Dersoir) 14.   Une Fille d’Amour (Damien Bonne) 15.   Soleil du Fossé (Antoine Wiels) 16.   Talicia Bella (Anthony Barrier) 17.   Tiégo d’Etang (Charles-Julien Bigeon) 18.   Roxane Griff (Eric Raffin) The Prix de Cornulier commenced in 1931 and the winner earns a start in the Prix d’Amerique one week later. Two Cornulier winners have doubled with an Amerique win, namely Bellino II and Jag de Bellouet. Three time Cornulier winners are Souarus (1946-1948), Bellino II (1973 and 1975-1976), Kaiser Trot (1981-1982 and 1984) and legendary Jag de Bellouet (2004-2006). Fastest race winner is Quif de Villeneuve in 1.12kr. The last five Cornulier winners are shown below including the 2014 winner Roxane Griff as the grande-mare scored in 1.12.3kr, and second place finisher Tiego d’Etang: Year Winner S/A* Time Sire Jockey Trainer Owner Second Third 2014 Roxane Griff F.9 1'12"3 Ténor de Baune Éric Raffin Sébastien Guarato Écurie Griff Tiégo d'Étang Saphir de Morge 2013 Singalo M.7 1'12"4 Goetmals Wood David Thomain Louis Baudron Louis Baudron Quarry Bay Scolie de Bassière 2012 Quif de Villeneuve M.8 1'12"0 Coktail Jet Yoann Lebourgeois Franck Leblanc G.Augustin-Normand Save The Quick Private Love 2011 Olga du Biwetz F.9 1'12"7 Cézio Josselyn A.Barrier Fabrice Souloy Éc. N.Chatelain Priscilla Blue Scipion du Goutier 2010 One du Rib M.8 1'13"2 First de Retz D. Thomain Joël Hallais Écurie Rib Paola de Lou Première Steed   Thomas H. Hicks

Charlottetown, PE - Due to inclement weather, Saturday's live race program at Charlottetown Driving Park has been moved to this Sunday. Forever Paradise, who finished second to Mach It Big last week, has been established as the morning line favorite by race secretary Gerard Smith in the featured event Sunday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Post time is 12:30pm for the 15 dash card. Trainer Kevin MacLean has secured the services of Marc Campbell to drive the Reg MacPherson owned pacer from post 2. Race analyst Les MacIsaac agrees with Smith and his top choice. "He gets a post that should allow him to exploit his gate speed and if Marc can steal a fraction it could be all over." Cheyenne Ford (Kenny Arsenault) is also coming off a victory but MacIsaac believes The Big Bite (Corey MacPherson) could work out a trip also. "His back half is usually the best so give him some live cover and see what happens." The roster also includes Machinthesand who closed late in his last start to complete the triactor for driver Ken Murphy while Cambest Kisser rallied from back in the pack to be a part of the superfecta payoff. Both could play a factor in the match-up. The field also includes Pictonian Storm (Wade Sorrie), Perfect Escape (Ron Matheson), McJestic (Gary Chappell) and Veronicavermillion (Brian MacPhee). Trotter Frill Seeker is back to defend his winning streak. Kenny Arsenault, who enjoyed a big day at the office last week, will drive the son of Angus Hall-Yankee Frilly from the seven hole. Trainer Ron Gass will be applying pressure with his trainees Caliban Hanover (Gass) and Pleasure Girls (Corey MacPherson). The other contenders are Money Show, I Ain't No Lady, JK Queen and JK Hustler from the Joe Smallwood stable in Stratford. Red Shores is pleased to offer the Fan Choice Awards to customers over the next few weeks. The ballot is located in the race program with categories including top driver, trainer, aged trotter and more. Players have been enjoying some great on-track promotions including the Pick 5 with a $500 prize, Players Sweepstakes and the Wild Horses promo where you can tag your ticket on each race for a chance to win the additional jackpots. Post time is 12:30pm. For race programs, top picks and live video go to www.redshores.ca by Lee Drake, for Red Shores  

Stefan Soderkvist teamed the Ulf Senstromer trained Noras Bean (9m Super Arnie-Easy Bean-Songcan) to victory, at 1.7.1 odds, in tonight’s €60,500 Gr. II UET Master Series Prix des Geants at Wolvega (Netherlands). The veteran defeated 11 rivals in 1.12.8kr over 2100 meters autostart. Noras Bean recorded career win 21 for earnings of €1,299,559 for owner Stall Asunden HB and could be a Prix d’Amerique contender. Solea Rivelliere (8f Calife des Noues-Heloa Rivellliere) was second for Philippe Daugaerd with Aisle Stand home third for Claes Sjustrom. Well-regarded Roxana de Barbray ended fifth and both New Line and Kadett CD was off-stide and were disqualified. Earlier in the week (November 5), at Solvalla, the outstanding mare D’One (4f Donato Hanover-Giant Diablo-Supergill) took the four-year old Solvallaserien VIII over 2140 meters for 100,000SEK to the winner. The Roger Walmann trained, Orjan Kihlstrom reined mare scored in 1.11.5kr in a close decision over Riff Kronos (4m Dream Vacation-Elaine Kronos-Viking Kronos) with trainer/driver Veijo Heiskanen up. D’One is owned by Stall Kennys Abndelshastar 23 and she recorded her 12th career win in 22 starts for 5,493,688SEK earned. Peter Haughton (USA) winner Aperfectyankee (4m Yankee Glide-Asixpakfromperfect-Windsong’s Legacy) was third for Kevin Oscarsson and trainer/owner Jim Oscarsson (also developer of Nuncio in the USA). by Thomas H.Hicks, for Harnesslink.com

Adam Bowden was in the Kentucky Futurity winner's circle last year with Creatine and he hopes to return there following Sunday's 122nd edition of the trotting classic, this time with Father Patrick. Bowden and his father, Chris, operate Diamond Creek Farm, which is part of Father Patrick's ownership group. Father Patrick, who has won 20 of 23 career races and $1.92 million, drew post No. 1 for Sunday's $435,000 Kentucky Futurity for 3-year-old trotters at The Red Mile in Lexington. Nine horses entered the Futurity, so eliminations are unnecessary. Yannick Gingras will drive Father Patrick for trainer Jimmy Takter in the one-dash-for-the-cash event. Rounding out the field in post order are Il Sogno Dream, Martiniwithmuscle, Datsyuk, Hillustrious, Nuncio, Mr Lindy, DD's Hitman, and Lightning Force. Sunday's card also includes the $224,000 Kentucky Filly Futurity, $173,000 Allerage Farm Open Trot, $160,500 Allerage Farm Open Pace, $90,000 Allerage Farm Mare Pace, and $89,000 Allerage Farm Mare Trot. Father Patrick brings a four-race win streak to the Futurity, including a 4-1/2 length victory over Lightning Force in 1:50.4 in a division of the Bluegrass Stakes at The Red Mile last Sunday. He also has won the $613,800 Canadian Trotting Classic, $260,000 Pennsylvania Sire Stakes championship and $340,000 Zweig Memorial since losing by a half-length to Datsyuk in a division of the Tompkins-Geers Stakes. "Last week he was on cruise control and still trotted in sub-1:51," said Bowden, who owns Father Patrick with John Fielding, Christina Takter, Brittany Farms, Brixton Medical AB, and the group of Marvin Katz, Al Libfeld and Sam Goldband. "Hopefully, we're in the winner's circle on Sunday. Jimmy gives me two thumbs up. I'm hoping that's going to be the case." Last year, the Diamond Creek-bred-and-owned Creatine won the Futurity for hometown trainer Bob Stewart. Bowden had planned to sell Creatine when he was a yearling, but the horse was withdrawn from the auction because of an infected hock and remained with Diamond Creek. Creatine races Sunday in the Allerage Farm Open Trot. "We've been with Bob since the beginning and for him to be a Kentucky guy, no offense, I love Father Patrick, but I don't think anything is going to top last year," Bowden said. "That was the most exciting thing for me. It was the first time. It was a homebred with a good friend of mine. We always believed in the horse and we finally won one of the big ones. That was exciting." The Bowdens started Diamond Creek Farm in 2005 in Paris, Ky., and now have a second location in Pennsylvania. Diamond Creek will stand Father Patrick as a stallion at the conclusion of his racing career. Father Patrick, bred by Brittany Farms, is a son of stallion Cantab Hall out of the mare Gala Dream. He is a full brother to million-dollar-earner Pastor Stephen. "We're very happy and lucky; we want to stand the best horses," Bowden said. "After his 2-year-old year, we took a huge risk that (Father Patrick) was going to come back and be dominant at 3. Right now it looks like our gamble is going to pay off. Cantab Hall is arguably the hottest sire in the sport, along with Muscle Hill, and here's his greatest son so far. It's a great sire line and we're hoping it continues with Father Patrick." The Kentucky Futurity is the second jewel in this year's Trotting Triple Crown. Trixton won the first, the Hambletonian, but has since been retired because of injury. The third jewel, the Yonkers Trot, is Oct. 25. Takter trained and drove Trixton in the Hambletonian. Another of his charges, Nuncio, finished second in the race. Father Patrick went off stride from post 10 and finished off the board for the only time in his career. Nuncio will be driven by John Campbell, his regular pilot, in Sunday's Futurity. Nuncio has won 12 of 22 career races and finished second in the other 10. Eight of those runner-up finishes have come behind Father Patrick. "Nuncio is one tough horse," Bowden said. "He's a great horse and in any other year he's the best horse. "One of these days you think he's going to beat his stablemate. But I hope it's not Sunday." Takter sends out the likely favorite in the Kentucky Filly Futurity, Shake It Cerry. She was the 2013 Dan Patch Award winner for best 2-year-old female trotter and has won 10 of 12 races this season. She will start from post three with driver Ron Pierce. Scream And Shout and Heaven's Door will start inside of Shake It Cerry while to her outside are Highest Peak, Chivaree Hanover, Vanity Matters, and Yoga. Scream And Shout and Yoga also are from the Takter Stable. The Allerage Farm Open Trot features Sebastian K, the fastest horse in harness racing history thanks to his 1:49 win earlier this year, two-time Dan Patch Award-winner Market Share, 2010 Kentucky Futurity winner Wishing Stone and recent Centaur Trotting Classic winner Master Of Law. Bee A Magician, the 2013 Horse of the Year, and multiple-stakes-winner Classic Martine lead the way in the Allerage Farm Mare Trot, where they will encounter Dan Patch Award-winner and defending race winner Maven. Sweet Lou, who has won 10 of 15 races and nearly $1 million this year, and Foiled Again, North American harness racing's all-time money-winner, are among the 10 horses in the Allerage Farm Open Pace. Eleven horses were entered in the Allerage Farm Mare Pace, including three-time Dan Patch Award-winner Anndrovette, stakes-winners Rocklamation and Somwherovrarainbow, world champion Shebestingin, last year's race winner Shelliscape, and 2012 winner Drop The Ball. by Ken Weingartner, for Harness Racing Communications  

WASHINGTON, PA, Sept. 23, 2014 -- Pecking for late racing room outside and inside, Cover Model finally found a seam and poured through to score in Tuesday's $88,600 Keystone Classic at The Meadows. Alexa Said took the other harness racing division of the stake for 2-year-old filly pacers. Cover Model was sixth near the three-quarters when Dan Rawlings slipped her off the cones into the outside flow. When cover took him nowhere, Rawlings guided Cover Model back inside and hunted room, finding it between horses. The daughter of Dragon Again-Fashion Sureal rolled home to triumph in 1:53.4, 2-1/4 lengths better than Special Package. Momas Got A Gun, a full sister to Little Brown Jug winner Limelight Beach, was third. "I came out because I thought the outside flow was good, but it wasn't going anywhere," Rawlings said. "I basically took a shot (inside), and a seam opened up. I wasn't planning on being buried like I was, but everything worked out." Douglas Lewis trains Cover Model for Frederick W. Hertrich III and CTC stable. Alexa Said roared three wide through the lane to prevail for Eric Ledford in a career-best 1:55.3. Pennsylvania Stallion Series champion Half Past Seven was second by a length while early leader Mistup Magic earned show. It was the first stakes victory for Alexa Said although Tye Loy, who conditions the daughter of Well Said-Niki Blue Chip and owns with Michael Lowe, said she easily could have several more. "She's had bad luck and bad trips," said Loy of his $18,000 yearling acquisition. "When you warm her up, you wouldn't think she could go in 2:30 the way she's lollygagging around. When she hits the gate, it's all business; she puts her game face on." In the $18,000 Filly & Mare Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Trot, Cowgirl Hall thwarted the challenge of Better Caviar and downed him by a length in 1:53.2. Major Athens saved show. Dave Palone drove for trainer Ron Burke and owners Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi LLC, Jack Piatt III and Michael Rosenthal. The 5-year-old daughter of Cash Hall-Centerfold hall extended her career bankroll to $598,903. On Wednesday the Meadows Racetrack & Casino will offer a $5,000-guaranteed pool for its Pick 5 wager as part of the United States Trotting Association's Strategic Wagering Initiative. The Meadows added the “instant” guarantee after Tuesday’s Pick 5 was uncovered, resulting in a carryover of $1,239.74. Minimum wager for the Pick 5 (Races 12-16) is 50 cents. Since Pennsylvania law requires a minimum per-race wager of $2, a player wagering at the 50-cent level must bet at least four tickets. First post for Wednesday’s program, which features a $117,200 Keystone Classic for 2-year-old colt and gelding trotters, is 12:55 PM. by Evan Pattak, for the Meadows

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