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EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - With precisely zero races being won on the front end during the first nine dashes on the harness racing card, trainer Bruce Saunders must have liked his chances with his Betalady in the 10th race, the featured $22,500 winners-over $11,500 for fillies and mares on the pace Friday night at The Meadowlands. After all, in her Big M return a week ago, the 4-year daughter of Bettor's Delight-Lady Jake swung four-wide into the stretch to gun down favorite Tango Dancer N at the wire. It worked so well, in fact, she tried the same tactic this time around. Betalady got away from the gate fifth from post position six in the seven-horse field as Bye Bye Felicia sprinted the opening panel in :27.1. Yannick Gingras made an aggressive move soon thereafter with Wingding Hanover at the three-eighths to grab the lead and was sailing along on the point at the half in :55.4. Tango Dancer N, the 3-1 second choice, was now in play first-over with Betalady following the tow of the second-over She's Nun Bettor N on the rim. When the field hit the top of the stretch, Wingding Hanover was still moving well on the lead as Corey Callahan swung Betalady off her third-over journey four-wide for the stretch drive. At the eighth pole, Wingding Hanover was clear by about 2 lengths, but Betalady just kept on coming, and in a thrilling finish, got up by a nose in 1:51.2 after pacing her final quarter in :26.1. She's Nun Bettor N was third. "Last week, she was explosive as well," said Saunders. "I've only had her short term, but she's been sensational. We debated putting her in the Blue Chip Matchmaker [at Yonkers] but she made breaks in her last two starts there. She's a very good filly." Betalady, owed by M&L of Delaware, returned $4.80 to win as the 7-5 favorite. She's won eight of 33 career starts - including three of her last four at The Big M - and now has earnings of $191,786. "I would prefer to race against her own age group," said Saunders. "But we have seen mares step up and do well against older foes. If we find our spots, in today's world, with The Meadowlands, Pocono and [Harrah's Philadelphia], hopefully, she can have a six-figure season and then we'll have a nice 5-year-old next year. I wouldn't trade her for any 4-year-old racing right now." Betalady A LITTLE MORE: Simon Allard pulled off a natural hat trick by taking the seventh, eighth and ninth races to lead the driver colony with three winners on the program while the red-hot Jeff Cullipher had a training triple. ... Driver Tony Beltrami piloted the winners of both divisions of Leg Three of the GSY Series for amateur drivers for trainer Williams Hernandez. ... Betting topped the $3-million mark for an eighth straight card, as a total of $3,073,616 was put in play. The sixth race took the most action, with $395,624 pushed through the windows, highlighted by big pools in the Exacta ($110,920) and 50-cent Pick-4 ($92,918). ... Racing resumes Saturday at 6 p.m. By Dave Little, Meadowlands Media Relations  

Shnitzledosomethin keeps growing on harness racing trainer Dylan Davis. Literally. "Physically, to me, he's still getting bigger," Davis said about the 6-year-old male pacer, who has earned $817,583 in his career. "If you saw him up close, you wouldn't think it was possible for him to get any bigger. But to me, each year he gets a little heavier, a little wider, a little more girthy I guess is the best way to put it. He's massive. "He's very heavy but his gait is unbelievable," he added. "I don't ever recall training a horse as heavy but as graceful as he is." Shnitzledosomethin races in Saturday's $27,500 winners over/open at The Meadowlands. So far this year, the stallion has two wins and two seconds in five starts. He was eighth in his most recent start, parked from post seven at Yonkers. "He was a little unfortunate; Yonkers is the toughest half-mile track in the world when you've got the outside," Davis said. "But overall, he's come back great. He seems to be as sharp as he's been. I don't remember him being much better than he is right now." Shnitzledosomethin, who has won 22 of 72 career starts, was a Breeders Crown runner-up in 2017 and finished second in Indiana Sire Stakes championships at ages 2 and 3. He won four of 15 races last season; a campaign interrupted in March by the COVID-19 pandemic. "I thought I had him peaking at the right time around the middle of March, and the next thing you know, we shut down," Davis said. "I just couldn't get him on his toes. He's a horse that has to work. If he's not working, he's heavy, he's lazy. I just could never get him into form." Davis is pointing Shnitzledosomethin toward the Borgata Pacing Series at Yonkers. The six-round event begins March 15. "He loves a half-mile track," Davis said. "As long as the draw goes OK, I think he fits with the best ones out there." Also in action for Davis on Saturday at The Meadowlands is 4-year-old male trotter Swan In Motion. The stallion joined Davis' stable at the end of 2020 after being purchased at the Standardbred Horse Sale's Mixed Sale for $65,000 by Howard Taylor. Swan In Motion, trained previously by Jamie Macomber, was an Indiana Sire Stakes champion last year and runner-up at age 2. He has won nine of 30 career races and $422,185. This season, Swan In Motion has a win and two seconds in five starts. He competes in Saturday's $15,500 conditioned trot at the Big M. "I'm very happy with him so far," Davis said. "I was kind of familiar with the horse from watching him race in Indiana. He seems to be living up to expectations of what we bought him for. He's always trotting hardest at the wire. He's not wicked quick off the gate but he does get home pretty good, with a lot of will. He's got a very good attitude." Racing begins at 6 p.m. (EST) at The Meadowlands. The Big M and TrackMaster have teamed to regularly provide free past performances for each race card. Past performances can be found here on The Meadowlands website. by Ken Weingartner, for the USTA    

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - Since the start of 2021, The Meadowlands has been experimenting with an earlier-than-usual harness racing post time of 6 p.m. and the undertaking has proven extremely successful over the first eight weeks of the year. "The idea was, during the COVID-19 era, people were not staying up late," said track Chief Operating Officer and General Manager Jason Settlemoir. "And shifting players' attention from the late-night races [that take place from 11 p.m.-midnight] and moving those eyes to the hour from 6-7 p.m. was worth trying. The early post time created a new dynamic, starting with our pre-game show, which gets underway at 5:27 p.m." On a typical weekend, after the Gulfstream Park races end, the Late Pick-4 at Santa Anita and The Meadowlands' 20-cent Pick-5 kick off the nighttime action for both Harness and Thoroughbred players around the world. "As a result," said Settlemoir, "the top Thoroughbred hubs wagered 45 percent more on The Meadowlands last Saturday (Feb. 20) than they did as compared to the comparable Saturday in 2020." Last week, The Big M's streak of betting at least $3.4 million on Saturdays stayed intact, as action has exceeded that number on all eight occasions in 2021. Last Saturday's all-source total of $3,871,820 - an increase of $1.1 million over the comparable card from last year - was the fifth-highest night of business this year. The per race average was $258,121. The lofty $3.8-million figure was reached three times during all of 2020. The Big M's signature wager, the 50-cent Pick-4, has seen the most prolific pools of the season, with an average of $94,857 in total action each the time wager takes place, which is twice a night, beginning nightly in the sixth and 10th races, respectively. The 20-cent Pick-5 - which averages $88,540 in total play - always gets the night off to a good start in the first race. The last two Saturdays were right on the number as $88,541 (Feb. 20) and $86,011 (Feb. 13) were wagered, respectively, serving as the catalyst for superb race one overall total pools of $389,159 and $367,134, respectively. "The Meadowlands has made an increased effort to keep the horseplayer in action longer with low-takeout and low-minimum bets," said Settlemoir. "The player response has been sensational, resulting in the largest pools we have seen in over a decade. The larger players can now freely bet larger amounts, knowing the pools are big enough to play into, fueled by average field size, which is at 9.56. "The early post has exposed more Thoroughbred players to The Meadowlands signal. This new dynamic has created an average handle of $3,455,779 per night, far surpassing every night time signal of any breed in North America." SIMULCAST HEAVEN: For those who love betting the runners as well as the pacers and trotters, the featured simulcast action offered at The Big M on Saturday will be from Florida's Gulfstream Park, which has a spectacular card in store. The 14-race program will feature nine events with purses of $100,000 or more, with the feature being the Grade 2, $300,000 Fountain of Youth at a mile and a sixteenth for 3-year-olds who are Kentucky Derby hopefuls. Post time for the first race at Gulfstream is 11:30 a.m. The Fountain of Youth is race 14 and has a post time of 6:10 p.m. GET SOCIAL: You can always check in with the team at The Meadowlands on Twitter. For early changes, racing information and staff selections, go to @themeadowlands or #playbigm. On race nights, stay in touch with the Big M's Dave Brower (@eedoogie), Dave Little (@DaveLittleBigM), Ken Warkentin (@kenvoiceover), Shades Demsky (@shadesonracing) and Jessica Otten (@JessicaOtten1). FREE PPs FOR ALL: Thanks to an agreement between The Meadowlands and TrackMaster, past performances for every race of every Big M program are now available at no cost. To access the free PPs, go to playmeadowlands.com. $100,000 GUARANTEED: Every night, The Meadowlands guarantees big green on both editions of its signature wager, as each 50-cent Pick-4 sports a $50,000 guaranteed pool. CHECK OUT THE PICKS: For those who need to get a leg up on the action, go to playmeadowlands.com to see track oddsmaker and analyst Brower's selections and commentary. Click on the "handicapping" tab and go to "race reviews". Brower's input is generally available 48 hours before every card. Additionally, track announcer Warkentin's blog is available on the site and offers his picks and analysis. THE SCHEDULE: Live racing at The Meadowlands takes place every Friday and Saturday evening. Post time is 6 p.m. The track's live "Racing from the Meadowlands" pre-game show begins at 5:27 p.m. CAN'T MAKE IT TO THE TRACK? There are several options for those who would rather catch the action from The Big M at home. Racing fans can watch all the races live on the Roberts Television Network (rtn.tv). In addition, they can watch and wager by going to the Television Games Network (tvg.com) or their favorite Advance-deposit Wagering site (ADW). GET YOUR HOOPS ACTION: Mayhem is upon us. In 17 days, the 68 teams that will participate in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament will be chosen on "Selection Sunday", and players can watch and wager on all the action in The Big M's FanDuel Sportsbook. But there is still plenty of regular season and conference tournament action to bet on until then, as well as the NBA, NHL, Premier and Champions League soccer and a host of other sports. The sportsbook is open Sunday-Friday from 10 a.m.-midnight and Saturday from 10 a.m.-2 a.m. The cash counter is open from 10 a.m.-11 p.m. From The Meadowlands  

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - According to the past performances, Lyons Steel would need a lot of things to go his way bumping up in class to emerge victorious in Saturday night's harness racing co-featured $22,500 winners-over $11,500 conditioned pace at The Meadowlands. And as it turned out, they did. Following a perfect second-over trip, the razor sharp 6-year-old gelded son of Rock N Roll Heaven-Lyons Luck blasted home off cover to pull off a 6-1 surprise, and in the process, upped his winning streak to three. After floating away from the gate from post five in the seven-horse field, driver Corey Callahan had Lyons Steel in sixth at the quarter. Early leader, and 5-2 second choice, Italian Delight N, yielded to My Pal Joe at the half (:55.3) as the flow started to develop on the rim. Rockin The Aces went first-over to press My Pal Joe as Lyons Steel drafted in behind with 4-5 favorite Springsteen third-up while Italian Delight N stayed patient in the pocket. In the stretch, the scramble was on as Lyons Steel tipped three wide and flew home to record a 1½-length win over a fast-closing No Easy Day in 1:51. Rockin The Aces held third. Italian Delight N was fourth with Springsteen a no-excuse sixth after not firing through the lane. "He's a nice horse," said Callahan. "Maybe he's not the same horse as Springsteen, but Springsteen is in and out. I was worried about him being on my back, but when I moved my horse off his cover, he paced hard to the wire. Tonight, he got the trip and it worked out well." Lyons Steel returned $15.40 to his backers in winning for the 26th time from 116 lifetime starts. Trained by Dennis Watson and owned by BD Racing, he now has a lifetime bank account worth $371,224. Lyons Steel In the $22,500 co-featured winners-over $11,500 trot, Scirocco Rob scored as the 2-1 favorite for driver Daniel Dube and trainer Mark Silva in 1:53.2. The 6-year-old gelded son of Explosive Matter-Fun At Parties made the top while parked at the quarter, putting 4-1 third choice Kenziesky Hanover in the pocket. They raced that way into the stretch, when Kenziesky Hanover emerged from the two-hole to take a short lead, but Scirocco Rob found more and out-gamed his foe to the wire to record a neck win, denying Callahan a sweep of the top two events on the card. Rich And Miserable was third. "The other horse went by us," said Dube. "But my horse fought back. He's got a big heart." Scirocco Rob returned $6.00 in recording his 25th lifetime victory from 77 starts. His earnings now stand at $515,004 for owners Lewis Whitaker Jr. and Kathleen Whitaker. Scirocco Rob BETTING BIG AGAIN: All-source wagering totaled $3,871,820 on the 15-race card, with the most action on a single race being the first, when $389,159 was pushed through the windows. Betting came up just short of topping the $7-million mark for a fourth consecutive weekend, with a total of $6,952,141 put in play. The sixth race 50-cent Pick-4 was the biggest single pool of the night with $112,023 in bets taken. A LITTLE MORE: Western Fame rocked the clock in the sixth race high-end conditioned pace, hitting the wire in 1:48.4 after leading at every call for Dube and trainer Shane Tritton. The only horse to go faster this year is Let It Ride N, who went 1:48.1 on Jan. 2 at The Big M. ... Dexter Dunn had a driving triple for a second consecutive night to up his track-leading driver dash-win total to 45. ... Tritton trained three to victory lane. ... Racing resumes Friday at 6 p.m. By Dave Little, Meadowlands Media Relations

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - It was one for the harness racing chalk players and one for those who like bombs in the two $17,500 Play Meadowlands Series Finals at The Meadowlands Friday night. In the division for pacing fillies and mares, Its Mesmerise N completed a two-race sweep of the event for trainer Darran Cassar and driver Scott Zeron. Sent to the gate as the 1-5 public choice for a second straight start despite facing a tougher field this time around, Zeron had the 7-year-old daughter of American Ideal-Cullens Charm in the three-hole early before brushing to the top at the half, which was clocked in a quick :54.2. Windsong Parisian, the 10-1 fourth choice in the 10-horse field, applied pressure to the leader while first-over past the half and three-quarters (1:22.1) and appeared to be done off the turn as they straightened away in the stretch, but she kept on digging all the way to the wire through a slow final quarter of :30.2 to come up a neck short of pulling off an upset. Misty Memory N was third.   "I wish I could have bided my time a little more," said Zeron of moving Its Mesmerise N to the lead. "She raced unbelievably given the pressure and the fractions. When I had to move as early as I did at the half, it was a bit of a concern and the immediate pressure didn't help. [Windsong Parisian] raced well. Both fillies cruised around the last turn and both hung in there down the lane. I think my horse is classier than these horses. I had been racing her from off the pace because she likes a target but had been a victim of being too far back. She showed tonight she can do it any which way." Its Mesmerise N paid $2.60 to win after completing the mile in 1:52.3 for her 18th lifetime win from 69 starts. She now has earnings of $117,364. Longshot lovers got their way in the Play Meadowlands for trotters as driver Steve Smith saved ground with Take A Wish from start to finish before bursting through between rivals late to score at 30-1 in 1:55.2. After racing Take A Wish at the rail in eighth in the 10-horse field in the early going, as the flow developed on the rim, Smith advanced the Dawn Anderson trainee to the four-hole along the inside at the half. Remaining glued to the cones around the far turn, Smith waited until there was room and came with a rush in deep stretch to score the upset by a head and return $62.40. Life Well Lived closed well on the far outside to get second while third-place finisher Gruden, the 2-1 favorite, failed in a second straight attempt to go wire-to-wire.   Take A Wish, a 6-year-old mare by Wishing Stone-Take A Taste, won for the 12th time from 85 lifetime outings and upped her earnings to $210,836. A LITTLE MORE: Handle topped the $3-million mark again as a total of $3,080,321 was put in play on a 13-race card conducted over a sloppy track that saw snowy conditions for the first third of the program. Wagering has now surpassed $3 million on three straight Fridays, and 10 times overall for the 14 cards conducted thus far in 2021. ... Driver of the Week Dexter Dunn kept on rolling, racking up three winners to up his Big M leading-driver victory tally to 42. He's scored 15 times over the last four programs. ... No one hit the 20-cent Pick-6, setting up Saturday's wager with a carryover of $7,222. .... First-race post time on Saturday is 6 p.m. The Pick-6 begins in race eight. Free past performances for every race of every Meadowlands card are available by going to playmeadowlands.com. For full race results, click here. By Dave Little, for the Meadowlands  

Melady's Monet is getting up in age but remains young at heart. The 12-year-old male trotter has three wins and a second in four starts this season and will look for career victory No. 71 when he visits The Meadowlands for Saturday's $22,500 conditioned trot. "He's doing really good," trainer Hermann Heitmann said. "Nothing has changed with him (over the years). He is still acting like a young horse, actually. He likes to play around in the paddocks, he enjoys his lunch, he doesn't look like he wants to slow down yet. "He just likes to race." Melady's Monet is a son of Revenue S out of Keystone Melady. He was bred by Ester Balenzano and her husband Luca, who passed away last year. Ester remains the horse's owner under the Melady Enterprises banner. For his career, Melady's Monet has won 70 of 224 races and $1.73 million. He has earned more than $125,000 in each of the past eight years. He won the 2016 Vincennes Invitational at The Meadowlands and later that season was second to Bee A Magician in the $250,000 Yonkers Invitational. In 2015, he won The Meadows Maturity and had third-place finishes in the Cutler Memorial and Crawford Farms Open Trot. In recent years, he has remained a consistent performer in top-level trots at various East Coast racetracks, particularly Yonkers. The gelding was sidelined for five months in 2018 because of colic surgery but has earned a paycheck in 49 of 54 starts since his return. "He's like the horse of a lifetime," Heitmann said. "There are not too many around like him." On Saturday, Melady's Monet heads to The Meadowlands to race for the first time since December 2019. He will start from post five with driver Scott Zeron and is 9-2 on the morning line. Kenziesky Hanover is the 5-2 favorite. "I'm sure he will put in a good effort," Heitmann said. What makes Melady's Monet successful in fending off rivals as well as Father Time? "His attitude," Heitmann said. "He knows when we're going to the races and he likes the competition. He tries unbelievably hard, always. He never gives up. "Attitude is everything with him. He just wants to do it. You can't teach that to any horse, they either have it or they don't. He wants to do it." Racing begins at 6 p.m. (EST) at The Meadowlands. The Big M and TrackMaster have teamed to regularly provide free past performances for each race card. Past performances can be found here on The Meadowlands website. by Ken Weingartner, for the USTA

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - Last weekend (Feb. 12-13) was the third straight that saw total handle exceed the $7-million plateau at The Meadowlands - a lofty level reached three times during all of 2020 - and much of the recent wild wagering at the mile oval is due to the popularity of the track's low 15 percent takeout bets. The Big M has seen great results since changing the Hi-5/Pentafecta format. Formerly, it was a 20-cent base with a 'jackpot', meaning it paid out only when there was one winning ticket. The response has been vigorous since management changed it to a 10-cent base that pays out on all winning tickets. Through Feb. 12, the updated Hi-5 was averaging $31,794 per pool, compared to $8,807 over the same period a year ago. Much like the superfecta more than a decade ago, lowering the minimum to 10 cents has given the bet a new lease on life, as the average payoff during 2021 is $1,535. On Feb. 6, a rare Hi-5 carryover resulted in a total pool of $79,254, which led to a payout of $10,094. Another wager that has been performing at a high level is the 20-cent Pick-5 - the track's most popular puzzle in terms of average pool - which is currently seeing $105,977 a night, almost double what the action was a year ago ($56,331). Thus far in 2021, the P5 average payout has been $2,989. The bet serves as a catalyst for the first race, which saw $367,134 of wagering Saturday, and has been averaging over $300,000 a night thus far this year. The Big M's signature wager - the 50-cent Pick-4 - gives bettors two chances to make a score every live racing night. The Early P4 has averaged $94,294 per pool and the Late P4 has seen $90,586 a throw. Players of all kinds got to cash in last Saturday. The Early Pick returned $17,959.80 after 20-1 shots served as winning bookends, while the Late Pick came back $78.55 after two favorites, one 5-2 and one 3-1 scored during that extremely formful sequence. The Pick-5 is not the only wager that has come up roses with a new twist. The Pick-6 is not a jackpot bet, so the low 20-cent minimum has made the P6 playable even when there is no carryover. During 2021, the average pool has been $14,581, leading to a payoff of $3,831. The last of The Big M's 'Super Six' wagers that offer the low 15 per cent takeout is the 20-cent Survivor Pick-7, which has a mandatory payout every night. It is another bet that generates some big payouts, as the average return of $3,846 proves. The lineup of The Meadowlands' 15 percent takeout wagers: Race 1: 20-cent Pick-5 Race 3: 20-cent Survivor Pick-7 Race 6: 50-cent Early Pick-4 Race 8: 20-cent Pick-6 Race 10: 50-cent Late Pick-4 Race 15 (or final race): 10-cent Hi-5/Pentafecta "Wagering last week was over $7 million," said Big M Chief Operating Officer and General Manager Jason Settlemoir. "Which was up $2.36 million from the same two nights last year. What we are seeing is that low take outs and low minimums help to keep The Meadowlands horseplayer in action longer. "If the player can stay in action, they are capable of making a score on any number of our wagers that are generating big payoffs. In any successful gambling business, customer satisfaction is the name of the game. Judging by our 2021 results, where we have seen handle exceed $3 million on five consecutive programs, we can reasonably assume that the customer thinks The Meadowlands is providing an excellent and improved product." THE SCHEDULE: Live racing at The Meadowlands takes place every Friday and Saturday evening. Post time is 6 p.m. The track's live "Racing from the Meadowlands" pre-game show begins at 5:27 p.m. FREE PPs FOR ALL: Thanks to an agreement between The Meadowlands and TrackMaster, past performances for every race of every Big M program are now available at no cost. To access the free PPs, go to playmeadowlands.com. GET SOCIAL: You can always check in with the team at The Meadowlands on Twitter. For early changes, racing information and staff selections, go to @themeadowlands or #playbigm. On race nights, stay in touch with the Big M's Dave Brower (@eedoogie), Dave Little (@DaveLittleBigM), Ken Warkentin (@kenvoiceover), Shades Demsky (@shadesonracing) and Jessica Otten (@JessicaOtten1). $100,000 GUARANTEED: Every night, The Meadowlands guarantees big green on both editions of its signature wager, as each 50-cent Pick-4 sports a $50,000 guaranteed pool. CHECK OUT THE PICKS: For those who need to get a leg up on the action, go to playmeadowlands.com to see track oddsmaker and analyst Brower's selections and commentary. Click on the "handicapping" tab and go to "race reviews". Brower's input is generally available 48 hours before every card. Additionally, track announcer Warkentin's blog is available on the site and offers his picks and analysis. GET YOUR SPORTS ACTION: Pro and college sports betting is available at The Meadowlands' FanDuel Sportsbook every day. Bets can be placed on the NBA, NHL, college basketball and many other sports any time the wagering windows are open. The sportsbook is open Sunday-Friday from 10 a.m.-midnight and Saturday from 10 a.m.-2 a.m. The cash counter is open from 10 a.m.-11 p.m. From The Meadowlands

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – Wagering on harness racing at The Meadowlands continued to bustle Saturday night, as betting blasted past the $4-million barrier for a third time in 2021, the same number of times that was accomplished during all of 2020. Action was huge from the get-go on the 15-race card as a total of $367,134 was pushed through the windows on the opener, $86,011 of which was bet on the 20-cent Pick-5. Action was at least $330,000 on races six, seven and nine before the 10th race took in the most play of the night, with $370,062. The sixth race 50-cent Pick-4 saw $105,648 pushed through the windows and resulted in the wager’s biggest payout of the meeting. Twenty-to-one long shots won the opening and payoff legs of the bet, resulting in a payoff of $17,959. In sharp contrast, the 10th race Pick-4, which saw a total pool of $94,171, saw two even-money shots, a 5-2 and a 3-1 combine for a payout of $78.55. The all-source total wagered on the card was $4,082,528, an average per race of $272,168. Betting has exceeded $7 million for the last three weekends at The Big M. That plateau was reached three times during all of 2020. THAT’S A HALF-DOZEN COUSIN: Driver Dexter Dunn continued his brilliance in the bike at the current Big M meeting by winning six times on the program. The 31-year-old native of New Zealand, the two-time defending United States Harness Writers Association Driver of the Year, won a total of eight races over the weekend, upping his Big M driver-colony leading win total to 39. ‘JOE’ BEATEN, ‘JL’ CRUISES: A pair of fan favorites sat atop the marquee in the co-featured $22,500 winners-over $11,500 events, one on the pace and the other on the trot. Tulhurstsantanna A worked out an ideal trip in pulling off a 21-1 upset in the pace. The driver of the 8-year-old gelded son of Santanna Blue Chip-Ballroom Belle had designs on leaving the gate, but Andy McCarthy thought better of it. “I put his nose on the gate and thought about stepping out,” said McCarthy. “But I aborted that mission when I saw everybody else had the same idea and managed to work out a sweet second-over trip.” Western Joe, the 4-5 favorite who was seeking his second straight score in the weekly feature, brushed to the lead while parked past the half in :54.2, but was pressured by long shot Points North shortly thereafter, which set it up for a closer. McCarthy tipped Tulhurstsantanna A off the cover provided by Points North as they straightened up in the stretch but still had one major player to worry about. “I knew [3-1 second choice] Springsteen was on my back,” said McCarthy. “He’s very fast, that horse, but my horse, he keeps horses at bay. He knows what to do.” In winning a third straight at The Big M, Tulhurstsantanna A returned $44.20 to his backers after completing the mile in a lifetime-best equaling 1:49.4 on a night with a feel-like temperature of 19 degrees. Springsteen finished a half-length back in second, with Italian Delight N third and Western Joe fourth in the eight-horse field. Trained by Andrew Harris and owned by Douglas Overhiser, Tulhurstsantanna A raised his lifetime stats to 24 wins from 144 starts, good for earnings of $191,454. In the marquee trot, JL Cruze chalked up his third win in his last four Meadowlands outings, scoring by a half-length over Scirocco Rob in 1:52.4. Rich And Miserable was third. “He’s a classy old horse,” said winning driver Dunn of the 10-year-old gelding by Crazed-Topcat Hall. “And it’s a pleasure to sit behind him every week.” JL Cruze left alertly from post eight in the eight-horse field and opted to race in the five-hole early on. “I got him out of there and we took a seat,” said Dunn. “It’s not usually the way he races, but I was pretty confident we would run them down.” The even-money favorite followed the live tow of 7-1 third choice Scirocco Rob down the backstretch, and once leader Winnerup was done, it was down to those two. Under confident handling from Dunn, JL Cruze reported home an easy winner after tipping off cover, scoring for the 43rd time from 127 career starts for trainer Eric Ell and owners W. Kenneth Wood, J. Dittmar Jr. and S.J. Iaquinta. His lifetime bank account now stands at a gaudy $1,572,392. A LITTLE MORE: Scott Zeron and Corey Callahan both recorded driving doubles while the red-hot Jeff Cullipher trained a pair of winners. … Shrewd 20-cent Pick-6 players made a big score, as with only one long shot (22-1) winning during the sequence, those with winning tickets walked away with $12,891. Of the other five winning horses, two were favored, while the other three went off at 5-1, 5-2 and 3-1. … Racing resumes Friday at 6 p.m.   By Dave Little, Meadowlands Media Relations

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – In what was a frantic finish to a fabulous Friday night harness racing feature at The Meadowlands, Get Legs went another powerhouse mile in scoring from off the pace in the $19,000 marquee dash for non-winners of nine races lifetime on the trot, upping his lifetime stats to six wins in seven starts, all taking place at The Big M. “You can’t map out the trip,” said winning trainer Julie Miller. “But you hope it works out in the end. We were very fortunate.” Maybe so, but Get Legs was also very good. Get Legs was away quickly from post seven, as was 7-5 favorite Some Chapter from post eight in the eight-horse field. The problem was, virtually all the horses to their inside also left the gate, leaving Get Legs and Some Chapter, who was seeking his fifth win in six starts, extremely wide around the first turn. With the two favorites resigned to having to come from the back of the pack, HL Revadon had the lead at the quarter while parked out by Cool Clifford, but soon thereafter, Gotwuteverittakes made a bold move to the top only to be pressed by 29-10 third choice Swan In Motion. The quick action down the backstretch assured a closer would get the money, and at three-quarters, Magical Winner K tipped off his cover and was first-up leading a three-wide flow as 27-10 second choice Get Legs followed that live tow with Some Chapter tracking from third-over as three-quarters was timed in 1:25.3. Andy Miller steered Get Legs to the outside for the stretch drive, and after trotting a final quarter in :27.2, grabbed the victory by a half-length over Magical Winner K, who raced well beyond his 44-1 odds. Some Chapter was a valiant third. “I just have so much confidence in my horse and driver,” said Julie, the better half of team ‘Orange Crush’. “My horse was supposed to race last week at Pocono but the card got canceled, so I was afraid we might be a little short. He rose to the occasion.” Get Legs, a 4-year-old son of Muscle Hill-Legzy, returned $7.40 to his backers after completing the mile in 1:53.4. He now has earnings of $46,610, and if all goes as hoped, there will be a lot more to come. “We’ve staked him to the 4-year-old races this year,” said Julie. “I would love to take on the big dogs, but he’s kind of behind the eight ball with his limited experience. I think my slow play game will benefit him. When we have to race the better horses, we hope to be prepared.” The game plan is to be ready for the Graduate Series in May. “I’m not going to feed him to the wolves unless he’s ready. If we think he is, we’ll be there,” said Julie. View the Meadowlands results click here A LITTLE MORE: Julie and Andy have another potential good one on their hands. Earlier on the card, their Hipster K, another 4-year-old trotter, made it three wins in as many lifetime starts in a non-winners of two. The son of Sebastian K S-Riley’s Dream became the first 1-9 winner of the meeting, returning $2.20 for a $2 wager after finishing his mile in 1:55.4. … Despite four favorites winning during the sequence, the 20-cent Pick-6 returned $825.40 thanks to Waterway, who scored from off the pace with Corey Callahan driving in the 12th race at odds of 23-1. … Andy McCarthy led the driver’s colony with three victories on the card. … All-source wagering totaled $3,131,740, the second consecutive Friday where wagering exceeded the $3-million mark. … Racing resumes Saturday at 6 p.m.   By Dave Little, Meadowlands Media Relations

Harness racing owner Tom Pollack and trainer Jeff Cullipher failed to get some of their targeted horses at last month's Tattersalls Winter Mixed Sale at The Meadowlands, but as they prepared to return home, the airport turned out to be as good as the auction ring. Cullipher received a phone call from an agent regarding the possibility of purchasing two-time Ontario Grassroots Series champion trotter Lovedbythemasses. Cullipher and Pollack, who own dozens of horses together, watched replays of the horse's races while sitting in the airport, checked his past performance lines, and decided to pursue a deal. A day later, Lovedbythemasses was part of their stable. On Saturday, the 4-year-old gelding makes his debut for his new owners in the $22,500 conditioned trot at The Meadowlands. "It was fortuitous timing," Pollack said. "The horse looked kind of dominant up (in Canada) in the Grassroots. What we liked about him is that he also raced with the big boys and his lines were more than competitive and respectable. It looked like a chance worth taking. Time will tell. We still really don't know what we have." In addition to his success in the Grassroots Series - where he won nine of 10 races at 2 and 3 combined - the horse tested the Grand Circuit in the Goodtimes Stakes and finished fourth in his elimination and fifth in the final. In both, he started from post eight and was near the rear of the field at three-quarters before rallying to get a check. For his career, Lovedbythemasses, by Muscle Mass out of Incredibility, has won 10 of 20 starts, hit the board a total of 15 times, and earned $143,729. He was trained in Canada by Ed Peconi Jr. and driven by Mike Saftic. "It looks like he likes to race and can get the job done," Cullipher said. "We've only had him a short time, so I'm not going to say we've seen a lot or any one thing that jumps out at us, but so far we like him. He qualified well. We'll race him a few times and see what we've got." Lovedbythemasses enters his seasonal bow Saturday off a 1:55.1 win in a qualifier Feb. 6 at The Meadowlands. He is 8-1 on the morning line. JL Cruze is the 3-1 favorite. "It's a tough spot, a salty bunch he's in with, making his first start as a 4-year-old," Pollack said. "But it's good to get him on the track and see how he does. We're still deciding (on staking). We're probably leaning toward putting him in at least anything 4-year-old in nature. I don't know if he's ready for the older bunch, but I think he might be competitive with the 4-year-old bunch for sure." Racing begins at 6 p.m. (EST) at The Meadowlands. The Big M and TrackMaster have teamed to regularly provide free past performances for each race card. Past performances can be found here on The Meadowlands website. by Ken Weingartner, for the USTA  

Jack Baggitt Jr., a New Jersey-based Harness racing driver who competed mostly at Freehold Raceway, The Meadowlands and other Mid-Atlantic tracks, died Wednesday at Princeton Medical Center following complications from surgery. He was 58. Baggitt. a resident of Columbus, NJ, spent three decades in harness racing, starting when he was 13 years old getting experience working with the late Freehold Raceway legendary horseman, Harold Kelly, and started driving in races at the age of 16. His first pari-mutuel racing victory was in 1982 with a horse named Terry's Lucky Lady at Freehold. He competed in the Junior Driving Championships, taking home the $15,000 grand prize in the Foxboro Driving Derby. He soon became a regular among the top-notch driving colony at Freehold, as well as competing at The Meadowlands and Garden State Park. By 1984, Baggitt burst on the harness racing scene with 117 wins and $1,134,332 in purse earnings that included driving Lisheen to victory in the $347,750 Mistletoe Shalee at The Meadowlands, his most prestigious triumph at that time. His success earned him the honor of being chosen the Rising Star of 1984 by the United States Harness Writers Association. Overall, in his 30-year career, Baggitt drove the winners of more than $16 million with 2,700 victories, 2,535 seconds and 2,381 thirds. He also trained 132 winners earning nearly $1.5 million. His most successful year was 2007 when he drove 355 winners and was in the money 999 times, with horses that earned $2.7 million. He had 10 years with more than 100 victories and he once drove eight winners in one day at Freehold. Baggitt is also remembered for a $6,000 yearling purchase named Danish Delight he made in 1999. He would say that he was emotionally connected to the trotter, who earned $537,671 in four years of racing. Danish Delight's racing career was highlighted by a third-place finish in the $1-million Breeders Crown to Fool's Goal and Plesac in 2002 and winning an elimination of the Dexter Cup as a three-year-old. He had family connections in harness racing as well, with cousin Bob Baggitt Jr., a successful trainer, and his late uncle, Bob Baggitt Sr., a long-time standardbred horse owner who served many years as a vice president and member of the Board of Directors of the Standardbred Breeders and Owners Association of New Jersey. Predeceased by his parents, Jack Sr. And Joanne, he is survived by two sons, Jason of Bradley Beach and Jeffrey of Old Bridge; two sisters, Jill Norton of Columbus, NJ, and Jeanne Turnquist of Yardley, PA; several nieces and nephews and grandnieces and grandnephews. Funeral arrangements include visitation on Sunday, February 14, from 2 to 4 p.m., limited because of Covid-19, at Freeman Funeral Home, 47 East Main Street, Freehold, NJ. By Leon Zimmerman        

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - In the 1998 movie "Rounders", which provides a look into the world of high-stakes poker, main character Mike McDermott (played by Matt Damon) heads for Las Vegas in the final scene after making a big score. He settles some big debts but still has $30,000 in his pocket, or, as he puts it, "three stacks of high society", poker lexicon for individual $10,000 stacks of chips at a poker table. Last weekend at The Meadowlands, harness racing players walked away with two stacks of high society, not to mention a handful of other bets that paid off quite handsomely during the 28 races that were conducted Feb. 5-6. Friday's five-figure payout went to one sharp player wagering into the Belmont Park hub. That bettor was the only one with a winning ticket in the 20-cent Survivor Pick-7 and walked away with $10,886. But that was merely High Society Stack No. 1. After three longshots finished among the top five in the 10-cent Hi-5/Pentafecta on Friday night, a carryover of $21,961 led to track management guaranteeing the pool at $60,000 for Saturday's card, which created another opportunity for a big payoff. When the bell rung at the start of the 15th race, a total of $79,254 was in the pool, and when the field hit the wire, 16-1 shot Western Redhot topped a Hi-5 that returned a handsome $10,094 despite the first, third and fifth choices in the wagering finishing in the top five. There were seven winning tickets sold. Saturday's Pick-7 may not have reached the level of high society, but it certainly was not low. Despite four favorites scoring during the sequence, those with winning tickets cashed in for $5,983, which represented one of the one dozen four-figure payouts during the weekend. "The Meadowlands certainly has built up a lot of momentum in 2021," said track Chief Operating Officer and General Manager Jason Settlemoir. "The little bettor can make scores and the bigger players have enormous pools to wager into that are much larger than last year. Full fields, low takeouts, a great wagering menu on a mile track and an incredible on-track and social media presentation are just some of the reasons new players have made The Meadowlands their wagering destination every Friday and Saturday night." Speaking of momentum, The Big M's big January kept rolling into February, as the $7-million barrier was busted for a second consecutive weekend. During all of 2020 - except for Meadowlands Pace and Hambletonian weekends - that plateau was reached only once, and that weekend (June 19-20) needed 36 races to bet $7.5 million. Wagering last weekend over the corresponding two programs from 2020 was up $1,691,263. January 5th was the first Friday in 2021 that saw betting top the $3-million mark, while the $3.966 million put in play on Saturday fell less than $35,000 short of becoming the third $4-million card of the year. Comparing the last four programs of this year against the corresponding ones from 2020, wagering is up $773,650 per card. THE SCHEDULE: Live racing at The Meadowlands takes place every Friday and Saturday evening. Post time is 6 p.m. The track's live "Racing from the Meadowlands" pre-game show begins at 5:27 p.m. FREE PPs FOR ALL: Thanks to an agreement between The Meadowlands and TrackMaster, past performances for every race of every Big M program are now available at no cost. To access the free PPs, go to playmeadowlands.com. GET SOCIAL: You can always check in with the team at The Meadowlands on Twitter. For early changes, racing information and staff selections, go to @themeadowlands or #playbigm. On race nights, stay in touch on Twitter with the Big M's Dave Brower (@eedoogie), Dave Little (@DaveLittleBigM), Ken Warkentin (@kenvoiceover), Shades Demsky (@shadesonracing) and Jessica Otten (@JessicaOtten1). $100,000 GUARANTEED: Every night, The Meadowlands guarantees big green on both editions of its signature wager. Each 50-cent Pick-4 (one gets underway in race six, the other in race 10) sports a $50,000 guaranteed pool. Last Saturday, the Early P4 saw $105,074 pushed through the windows while the late version of the popular puzzle took in $92,281 of action. SIX LOW TAKEOUT BETS: A large part of The Meadowlands popularity with players are its big payoffs, big pools and enticing low 15 percent takeouts. The menu of The Big M's six sought-after low takeout wagers: Race 1: 20-cent Pick-5 Race 3: 20-cent Survivor Pick-7 Race 6: 50-cent Early Pick-4 Race 8: 20-cent Pick-6 Race 10: 50-cent Late Pick-4 Race 15 (or final race): 10-cent Hi-5/Pentafecta SUNDAY WAS SUPER: After a flurry of action at The Big M's FanDuel Sportsbook in the days leading up to the National Football League's championship game last Sunday (Feb. 7), bettors who wagered on quarterback extraordinaire Tom Brady to claim a seventh title had smiles on their faces at game's end. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs - who were a 3-point favorite - by a score of 31-9 in a lopsided event that saw the Chiefs fail to score a single touchdown. Popular winning bets included the Bucs against the spread, Bucs on the money line and under on total points scored. But that does not mean it is time to stop wagering on sports until football starts up again late next summer. The action continues every day at FanDuel on the NBA, NHL, college basketball, tennis' Australian Open and the UFC in the sportsbook which is open Sunday-Friday from 10 a.m.-midnight and Saturday from 10 a.m.-2 a.m. The cash counter is open from 10 a.m.-11 p.m. From the Meadowlands  

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - It appeared not to be Western Joe's night in the featured $22,500 winners-over $11,500 pace Saturday night at The Meadowlands after getting passed at the three-quarter-mile marker, but the veteran warhorse showed his class through the stretch in a thoroughly dominant harness racing performance to chalk up a second win in his last three Big M starts. "I wasn't surprised that he came back to win," said winning trainer Chris Choate. "When he hits that last turn, it looks like he's going to finish fifth, but then he kicks in." Driver Simon Allard had 'Joe' - a 7-year-old gelded son of Western Ideal-Ante Fay - on the go from the get-go, barreling four-wide into the first turn from post eight in the 10-horse field and taking over the top just after quarter, which was set by Western Fame in :27.3. As the 3-5 favorite, Western Joe was sailing along on the engine after a rated second fraction of :28.4, when shortly thereafter, Paduka N popped out the three-hole and came after the leader hard, grabbing the lead at three-quarters by three-quarters of a length while parked after a furious backside brush. Then Western Joe got serious, finding another gear off the far turn and exploding clear at the eighth pole, powering away from a weary Paduka N on the way to a 1¾-length score in 1:51.3. Hudson Phil and Decision Day rallied to get second and third, respectively. Paduka N weakened and finished last. "He raced very well last week," said Choate of Western Joe's third-place finish to Springsteen and No Easy Day at The Big M. "I didn't want to see him come first-up, but the two horses that beat him weren't there tonight. He's a hard knocker. "He stalls somewhat on the turns. I don't know why. Ninety percent of the time he does that. Why, I'm not sure. But as long as he keeps on winning......." Now victorious in 31 of his 99 lifetime starts, Western Joe, who established his lifetime-best of 1:47.3 in taking the 2018 Sam McKee Memorial at The Meadowlands, returned $3.20 to his backers in lifting his earnings to $726,858 for owners Anthony Ruggeri and Richard Tosies. "I'm not sure if he can go with the big boys anymore," said Choate. "We'll stay at The Meadowlands as long as there are races for him. The Borgata Series at Yonkers is an option. We have a week to decide, but that's up to the owners." BETTING CLOSE TO $4 MILLION: With four races seeing action that exceeded the $300,000 mark, all-source wagering came close to topping the $4-million mark for a second consecutive Saturday night. Total action on the 15-race card was $3,966,231 to cap a second consecutive weekend that saw over $7 million pushed through the windows. Through the first 11 race cards of 2021, wagering has been at least $3 million on seven occasions and over $4 million twice. During all of 2020, the $3-million barrier was busted 11 times while action exceeded $4 million on three programs. BIG GAME WINNERS: Forevernalways completed a two-race sweep of the Big Game Series for $12,500 claimers for trainer Nick Sodano in 1:52.3 as the 9-5 favorite. Dexter Dunn was in the sulky. In the Big Game for non-winners of $11,500, Tulhurstsantanna A and driver Andy McCarthy scored in 1:51.1 as the 7-2 second choice, giving the Andrew Harris trainee a sweep of the two-race event. A LITTLE MORE: A carryover of $21,961 led to a total pool of $79,254 in the 15th race 10-cent Hi-5/Pentafecta, and those lucky enough to have tickets with the winning combination of 2-6-3-4-10 cashed in for $10,094.20. ... Dunn paced the driver colony with four winners, lifting his Big M leading dash-win total to 31. Scott Zeron and Todd McCarthy had two apiece. ... Racing resumes Friday at 6 p.m.   By Dave Little, Meadowlands Media Relations

East Rutherford, NJ - The Meadowlands invites harness racing horsepersons to view and consider the impressive slate of Grand Circuit stakes that will be conducted over the New Jersey oval for the upcoming season.   More than $20 million in stakes purses will be offered over the course of 2021 at The Meadowlands, where champions make their mark on the industry.   All pertinent info may be found on the track website.   The USTA Stakes Guide is another valuable source of information.   Questions may be directed to (607) 972-5500.   From The Meadowlands

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – Alexa Skye maintained her spot as the hottest horse in all of harness racing, blowing away a solid field in the Friday night featured $22,500 winners-over $11,500 pace for fillies and mares at The Meadowlands. “She’s made a believer out of me,” said her trainer Brett Pelling. And everybody else, for that matter. Sent to the gate as the 3-5 favorite, driver Todd McCarthy asked for speed from Alexa Skye from post eight in the 10-horse field, and speed is what he got, as after Dbldelitebrigade N led at the quarter, McCarthy moved his 4-year-old mare to the top well before the three-eighths. The daughter of Somebeachsomewhere-Pirouette Hanover led by 1½ lengths at the half despite a rated fraction of :28.4. Then, Alexa Skye sprinted the third panel in :26.4 to extend her lead to 3½ at three-quarters. But she still had more. Her final quarter of :27.3 saw her hit the wire in 1:51, 4¼ lengths in front of second-place finisher The Bandit Queen N. Dbldelitebrigade N held third. “She’s always been a really great-gaited filly,” said Pelling. “But when I look back now, in her defense, when she started off in her 3-year-old year she was driven hard and used hard and I don’t think she liked that. In the latter part of the year [during a season when she went seven-for-17 and earned $63,430], Todd started driving her but she drew bad posts. She closed in three or four races in a row, and ever since then, she has been strong. “We do sometimes not consider how young they really are. She was a June 12 foal so she was three months behind a lot of the horses she raced against. That’s how I see it.” Alexa Skye’s strength has been unquestioned of late, as she’s won six of her last eight and eight of her last 11. “Her start at Yonkers [when she missed a head after going parked the mile one week ago] had to be seen to be believed,” said Pelling. “But she bounced back and looked even better tonight.” Alexa Skye, who returned $3.20 to her backers, has now won 12 of 33 lifetime outings, good for earnings of $149,890 for owners Blue Chip Bloodstock and John Lengacher. The Blue Chip Matchmaker Series for older pacing mares at Yonkers Raceway – which begins March 12 – is what Pelling has his eye on for his prized pupil. “That’s a very tough series for a 4-year-old,” said Pelling. “That’s going to be very tough on her.” Maybe so, but the way she’s going right now, Alexa Skye is the one with the target on her back. THAT’S A ‘HI’ CARRYOVER: No one correctly selected all five finishers in the 13th race 10-cent Hi-Five, creating a $21,961 carryover for Saturday’s 15th race. A LITTLE MORE: Todd McCarthy led the driver’s colony with three winners, while Andy McCarthy, Yannick Gingras and Simon Allard all had two apiece. … One shrewd player betting into the Belmont Park hub had the only winning ticket in the 20-cent Survivor Pick-7 and walked away with $10,886. … All-source wagering totaled $3,116,295, the first time on a Friday this year that betting broke the $3-million barrier. … Wagering has been at least $3 million six times thus far in 2021. During all of 2020, that magic number was reached on 11 occasions. … Racing resumes Saturday at 6 p.m.   BIG M SATURDAY HI-5 HAS $60,000 GUARANTEE At the conclusion of a stretch-long scramble in the 13th and final race at The Meadowlands Friday night, no one had a winning ticket in the track’s 10-cent Hi-Five, which will no doubt create much interest in the wager Saturday evening. With 9-1 shot Imageofarocker scoring from off the pace, and 23-1, 91-1 and 74-1 chances finishing second, third and fifth, respectively, there were no winners in the wager that requires one to correctly select the top five in the official order of finish. As a result, there was a carryover of $21,961, leading Big M management – in conjunction with the United States Trotting Association’s Strategic Wagering initiative – to guarantee the pool at $60,000 for Saturday night’s 15th race. Free program pages for every race of every Meadowlands card are available by going to playmeadowlands.com.   By Dave Little, Meadowlands Media Relations

East Rutherford, NJ - There is no better place to watch and wager on the Big Game this Sunday, than at the FanDuel Sportsbook located inside Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment. Numerous HD TVs are spread throughout the building and inside the outdoor pavilion along with self-service & teller operated wagering machines. Dining is available in the outdoor heated pavilion and inside the Grandstand lounge. Fans are encouraged to purchase the dining package to guarantee admission and seating for the evening. Each dining area has full waitress service beginning at 4pm. Purchases can be made here. Guests can dine on delicious Victory Sports Bar fare including chicken wings and loaded French fries, paninis, burgers, loaded nachos, popcorn shrimp, cheese steaks and more. The seating cost is a food credit that will be applied to the food and beverage bill on Sunday, February 7th. Tax and gratuity are not included in this credit and are additional. Available Seating/Dining Options for purchase at PlayMeadowlands.events/big-game include: Victory Outdoor Heated Pavilion: $50 per two person table and $100 for a four person table. Premium Seating Victory Outdoor Heated Pavilion: $150 for the six person section complete with couches. Grandstand Lounge Table: $70 per two person table and $125 for a four person table. Grandstand Lounge Couch: $135 per three person section complete with couch. These sections are premium seating directly in front of the HD TVs. Additional Seats: Seats can be added to any of the above options for an additional $35 per seat. All guests will have their temperature checked and must complete a brief health questionnaire before entering via the Clubhouse entrance. No one with a temperature exceeding 100.4 will be allowed to enter. Guests can download and complete the required questionnaire at PlayMeadowlands.com to help speed up the check-in process. All must wear masks while not actively eating or drinking at their table. Remember you must be 21+ to wager on sports. Gambling problem? Call 1-800-Gambler From the Meadowlands

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