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Favored Aliveandwell N (Ryan Anderson) conquered the cavalry Saturday night, winning Yonkers Raceway's harness racing $38,000 Open Handicap Pace. Leaving from post position No. 5, Aliveandwell N moved around Forensic Z Tam (Pat Lachance), securing the lead before a :27.3 opening quarter-mile.

Free-For-All Pacers got their last chance to accrue points towards the $125,000 final of the Joe Gerrity Jr Memorial Pacing Series on Saturday night (August 14) at Saratoga and the three harness racing divisions of the series' third leg were good ones.

Southwind Tabor (Ryan Anderson) wound up with the best trip and the best result Saturday night, winning Yonkers Raceway's harness racing $36,000 Open Handicap Pace in 1:54.3. Starting inside his seven rivals, Southwind Tabor sat pocketed to Lucky Bettor (Greg Grismore) through "sloppy" fractions of. :28.1, :58.1 and 1:25.4.

Dr Nabrinsky, who had her two-race win skein snapped by Native Bride the following week in open handicap pace company for fillies and mares at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs, scored a wire to wire harness racing victory Wednesday (Sept. 30) at the Northeastern Pennsylvania racetrack.

McCedes circled the field Saturday night, overcoming his seven inside rivals to grab Yonkers Raceway's $50,000 Open Handicap Pace. With Yannick Gingras driving for trainer Ron Burke, McCedes was a disinterested observer early. He had plenty to peer at as 17-10 favorite Blatantly Good (Eric Goodell) scorched Wholly Louy (Dan Dube) through wicked, identical first two harness racing quarters of :27.3.

Lightning Treasure (Stephane Bouchard) and Shutter Boy (Yannick Gingras) garnered the glory Friday night, winning Yonkers Raceway's co-featured harness racing $50,000 Open Handicaps. Lightning Treasure mapped the ideal trip in the weekly distaff derby, minding her business behind a speed duel and getting first "run" on the closers.

Native Bride, making her only second harness racing start of the 2009 season, went a big mile on a track listed as good to win the $30,000 Open I Pace for fillies and mares Wednesday (Sept. 23) night at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs. The four-year-old AllAmerican Native mare, driven by Joe Pavia Jr. and trained by Gary Napierala, stopped the timer in 1:50.2.

Wholly Louy was the beneficiary of a hot pace and a heady harness racing drive Saturday night, winning Yonkers Raceway's $50,000 Open Handicap Pace. With Dan Dube deftly doing the honors for trainer Casie Coleman, 'Louy' leaving from post position No. 5 as the tepid 5-2 second choice-found an early seat.

Neither rain, nor wind, nor gloom of night was about to derail Yonkers Raceway's pair of Friday night $50,000 Open Handicaps. The weekly fairer-sex harness racing feature saw plenty of early action before a reserved miss stole the thunder.

Favored Jeremy's Successor (Ryan Anderson) took Saturday night harness racing matters into his own hands early, winning Yonkers Raceway's $48,000 Open Handicap Pace. 'Jeremy,' leaving from post position No. 5, stepped around pylon-squatting Dave Ain't Here (Stephane Bouchard) well before a :27.3 opening quarter-mile.

The night before we celebrate American Independence, we salute American Lane. The harness racing millionaire added to his seven-figure Friday night, wiring Yonkers Raceway's co-featured $48,000 Open Handicap Trot.

Where's the mares? Grammar aside, more than likely, here. Yonkers Raceway Friday night begin a new, distaff-only series--the Blue Chip Matchmaker--featuring three, $40,000 divisions with some of the finest pacing ladies around.

Artists Rally, to the surprise of very few, won Saturday night's $49,400 final of Yonkers Raceway's Hopeful Pacing Series for 3-year-old colts and geldings. With Ryan Anderson driving for trainer Mark Ford, Artists Rally--a winner in both of his series prelim events--outdrawing his six rivals here.

Rick Needham began making online selections in 1982 which makes him the first internet racing handicapper. Rick has recently launched a video series through YouTube brought to you by Harnesslink and Day At The Track. Driver Ryan Anderson looks for his 3rd straight win with #2 ARTISTS RALLY tonight!

Heidi Rohr traded a career in finance for one in harness racing, a decision that will pay big dividends if The Awful Truth wins the $73,800 Exit 16W Final on Saturday night at the Meadowlands. The Awful Truth is listed as the 4-1 second choice from post two in the Exit 16W for 4-year-old pacers.

Consistent commodities American Lane (three wins in a row) and J K Pure Pearl (two in a row) maintained their Friday night form, winning Yonkers Raceway's pair of $31,000 co-featured events. American Lane, who has made winning from an assigned eight-hole his life's work, was the last of Cat Manzi's four winners on the 11-race program.

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