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WASHINGTON, PA, March 17, 2018 -- Aaron Merriman, whose quest for career win 10,000 suffered a temporary setback this week when an administrative ruling cost him two 2017 victories, got the harness racing milestone mile Saturday at The Meadows when he piloted Icy Crystals to victory in Race 6. Merriman collected win 9,999 with I'm Feelin Good in Race 3 and win 10,001 with Gee Wizz George in Race 9.. Merriman, 39, harness racing's "winningest" driver in each of the past three years, became the 13th driver to reach the 10,000 plateau. On Friday, Merriman thought he had 9,999 wins and needed only one victory among his assignments at Miami Valley to reach 10,000. He got that win. Earlier in the day, however, Merriman learned that the appeals of disqualifications of two horses he drove to apparent victory last October had been denied, thereby reducing his win total by two. "It was just one of those things," Merriman said. "I actually laughed about it. I try to block out all those things when I'm going into a race. I just literally enjoy racing horses." Merriman maintains a hectic schedule, working daylight cards at The Meadows and often driving at either Northfield or Miami Valley -- in his native Ohio -- in the evening. He said he likely will maintain that pace for the foreseeable future. "It's not the racing, it's the travel that wears on you," he said. "But it's the way I make my living. I am worried about my family, and I would like to spend more time with my kids." To create that family time, he indicated he might be more selective about accepting Grand Circuit assignments this year. "It's a special feeling to be part of the Grand Circuit, especially when you get an opportunity to drive a nice horse," he said. "I might not chase the longer shots like I've been doing. I may evaluate things a little bit differently." Even as he celebrated his milestone win, Merriman said his thoughts were elsewhere -- with fellow driver Matt Kakaley, who was injured in a mishap at Yonkers last Tuesday. "I'd like to give Matt a shout out," he said. "I talk to him about every day. He's doing well, but it's a scary thing. Here I'm enjoying this accomplishment, and he's in the hospital. It doesn't seem fair. My heart goes out to him."  LORD OF WINTERFELL SPRINGS 35-1 SHOCKER IN MEADOWS $20K PACE Lord Of Winterfell blew up the tote board when he angled off the cones late and exploded past the tiring leaders to pull off a 35-1 shocker in Saturday’s $20,000 Preferred Handicap Pace at The Meadows. Lord Of Winterfell was a ground-saving fourth for most of the mile, biding time while stablemates Lincolnjames and Mykindachip waged a protracted duel for the lead. When Brady Brown asked him for pace, the 5-year-old Western Ideal-Caila Fra gelding charged down the center of the track and scored in 1:53. Lincolnjames saved place, 2 lengths back, with A Real Miracle third. Norm Parker trains Lord Of Winterfell, who raised his career bankroll to $122,846, for Jacobs Creek Racing. It was one of three wins for Brown on the 10-race card. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino  

WASHINGTON, PA, March 16, 2018 -- Saturday's Pick 4 (races 4-7) at The Meadows carries a $15,000 total-pool guarantee, and it figures to be a challenging proposition. The harness racing wager kicks off with the card's hotly competitive featured race; negotiate that successfully and you still must deal with a pair of 10-horse fields in the final legs. The good news: If the Pick 4 is as tough as it seems, the return will be handsome. Here's a look at some of the top candidates in each leg. Race 4- Preferred Handicap Pace #2 - Lincolnjames (Wilder/Burke) Caught late his last pair but shifts to inside post. #4 - A Real Miracle (Rawlings/Bendis) Close-up second two straight. If speed falters . . . #7 - Mykindachip (Palone/Burke) Versatile. Second start off layoff, should be tighter. Won 10/20 Hoosier Invitational, so he's plenty classy. Race 5 - Conditioned Pace #4 - Nitro Seelster (Merriman/Andrews) Winner last time in this class picks up Merriman. Drops and pops? #5 - Rycroft N (Charlino/Bendis) Huge effort last out for this closer seeking first U.S. win. #6 - Imideal Hanover (Wilder/Corey) Stepping up from NW Life races, but Wilder chose him over Rycroft N. Race 6 - Conditioned/Claiming Trot #2 - Icy Crystals (Merriman/Gillock) Just missed last out. Stalking trip could be the ticket. #3 - Keystone Violet (Indof/Simpson) Obvious speed, but she gave it up last time at 1-2. #4 - Kai Hanover (Naser/Stackowicz) If your budget can bear it, add this closer. One of these times, his late move will be enough. Race 7 - Conditioned Pace #4 - Sir Jack (Indof/Lieberman) Up in class but could pluck off tiring leaders in a field without standouts. #5 - VIP Bayama (Brocklehurst/Marashian) Best post position in forever. Must include. #10 - Drawing Dragons (Yoder/Gillock) Trailer will have to change his style . . . and he may like it. The action-packed Saturday features a rich variety of fan-centered activities. Mychoice members can compete in the Road to the Triple Crown Thoroughbred Handicapping Contest while all fans wearing green to celebrate St. Patrick's Day will receive a free Meadows programs and "Lucky Lenses" sunglasses. Programs and lenses will be distributed at the Meadows Standardbred Owners Association (MSOA) table. Harness racing bingo also is on tap. In addition, the MSOA will give away a $100 betting voucher each time a driver with colors that include green wins on the 10-race Meadows card. Drivers "wearing the green" Saturday: Wilbur O'Yoder, Tyler O'Stillings, Ray O'Paver and Mike O'Wilder. More information on any of the scheduled activities is available at the retail counter in the track's Racebook. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

WASHINGTON, PA, March 14, 2018 -- Aaron Merriman, harness racing's "winningest" driver in each of the last three years, collected four wins Wednesday at The Meadows, lifting his career total to 9,996. With four more wins, he'll become only the 13th driver in North American harness racing history to reach the 10,000 plateau. (He crossed the wire first a fifth time, but his horse was disqualified for interference.) Merriman, 39, who splits his time between The Meadows and tracks in his native Ohio, was scheduled to drive Wednesday night at Northfield and Friday evening at Miami Valley in pursuit of the milestone mile before returning to The Meadows Saturday. In Wednesday's feature, the $18,000 Filly & Mare Preferred Handicap Trot, Fancytucky earned her second straight win with a long, steady uncovered move that carried her to victory in 1:58 over a "good" surface. Maewegonow was second, 3/4 lengths back, while long shot Miss Da Line rallied for show. Dan Rawlings piloted the 6-year-old daughter of Pinetucky-Beaucoup Amour, who lifted her career bankroll to $149,103, for trainer Troy McDougal, who owns with James Steuernagel. Tony Hall fashioned a three-bagger on the 10-race card. THE MEADOWS ADDS $15,000 GUARANTEE FOR SATURDAY PICK 4 On Saturday, March 17, The Meadows Racetrack & Casino will offer a $15,000 total-pool guarantee for its Pick 4 wager as part of the United States Trotting Association's Strategic Wagering Initiative. The Meadows added the “instant” guarantee after Wednesday’s Pick 4 was uncovered, resulting in a carryover of $4,903.97. Minimum wager for the Pick 4 (races 4-7) 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 Saturday’s program is 1:05 PM. The Meadows

WASHINGTON, PA, March 13, 2018 -- Albany Girl brushed wide through the lane and held off the late surge of Camera Lady to capture Tuesday's $20,000 Filly & Mare Not Listed Preferred/Preferred Handicap Pace at The Meadows . . . and snap Camera Lady's five-race winning streak. Albany Girl was third over for Tony Hall and moved three-wide into the final turn, with Camera Lady right on her back. The 5-year-old daughter of Somebeachsomewhere-Twin B Beachbaby was a nose better than her rival at the wire, scoring in 1:54.3 over a "good" surface. Cruzin Coco earned show. Randy Bendis trains Albany Girl, who lifted her career bankroll to $193,473, and owns with Tom Pollack. Aaron Merriman, Mike Wilder, Ronnie Wrenn, Jr. and trainer Bill Rhoades each enjoyed a double on the 10-race card. Live racing at The Meadows resumes Wednesday, first post 1:05 PM. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

WASHINGTON, PA, March 12, 2018 -- Save The Shark saved his best lick for last, barreling through the Lightning Lane to capture Monday's harness racing feature at The Meadows, a $10,300 Non-Winners Of 3 Conditioned Pace. His Excellence made an easy lead but couldn't shake the pocket-sitting Save The Shark, who had been earning checks but no wins in the class. With the Lightning Lane available, Save The Shark and Tony Hall poured through to down His Excellence by 3/4 lengths in a career-best 1:54.4. Here Comes Stubbie rallied for show. Sarah Andrews owns and trains Save The Shark a 4-year-old Cam's Card Shark-Save My Life gelding. Mike Wilder collected three wins on the 10-race card while trainer Kris Hite and owner Wendy Ross teamed to sweep the late Daily Double. Live racing at The Meadows resumes Tuesday, first post 1:05 PM. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

WASHINGTON, PA, March 10, 2018 -- Dismissed at a juicy 18-1, Rock The Nite blew by the tiring leaders late to pull off the harness racing upset in Saturday's $18,000 Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Pace at The Meadows. Rock The Nite hadn't raced since Jan. 8, and he hadn't been successful against the track's elite pacers. On Saturday, however, he saved ground through a swift three-quarters, and when Wilbur Yoder angled him off the cones in mid-stretch, he roared past to triumph in 1:53. A Real Miracle finished second, a head back, while early leader Lincolnjames saved show. Norm Parker trains Rock The Nite, a 6-year-old Rocknroll Hanover-Queen Of The Ball gelding who lifted his career bankroll to $155,464, for owner/breeder Bob Key. Aaron Merriman collected three wins on the 10-race card while Mike Wilder and trainer Paul Corey teamed for a double. Live racing at The Meadows resumes Monday, first post 1:05 PM. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

WASHINGTON, PA, March 7, 2018 — Camera Lady found yet another way to win, shooting the Lightning Lane to capture her fifth straight victory in Wednesday’s $18,000 Filly & Mare Preferred Handicap Pace at The Meadows. Camera Lady had won on the front and with furious rallies during her streak, but on Wednesday, she stalked Medusa from the pocket and blew by late to score for Ronnie Wrenn, Jr. in 1:53.4 over a “good” surface. The first-over Graceful Vision was second, 3/4 lengths back, while Fox Valley Charm also used the Lightning Lane for show. Ron Burke trains Camera Lady, a 4-year-old daughter of Dragon Again-Ann Van Go who lifted her career bankroll to $153,603, for Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi LLC. Wrenn collected a sweep of Wednesday’s co-features when he guided Maewegonow to victory in the $18,000 Filly & Mare Preferred Trot. Richard Perfido conditions the 4-year-old daughter of Deweycheatumnhowe-Mauresmo, who now boasts lifetime earnings of $241,844, for Thomas Mattingly. Tony Hall piloted four winners on the 10-race card while trainer Randy Bendis enjoyed a triple. Live racing at The Meadows resumes Saturday, when the program features a pair of carryovers — a $5,022.63 carryover in the Pick 5 (races 6-10) and a $2,881.31 carryover in the day’s first superfecta.   Evan Pattak  

WASHINGTON, PA, March 5, 2017 -- Riggle Wealth, who hadn't raced in 10 months, made a triumphant return to the wars Monday at The Meadows when he overcame post 9 and captured the harness racing feature, a $10,500 Non-Winners of 2 Conditioned Pace. Unraced at 2, Riggle Wealth was off to a promising sophomore campaign -- two wins in as many starts -- when he was sidelined in May. On Monday, he flashed that promise once more when he zipped to the front for Dave Palone and scored handily in 1:55, 1-3/4 lengths better than the pocket-sitting All About Heaven. Major Action earned show. Ron Burke trains Riggle Wealth, a Foreclosure N-Ashlee's Girl gelding, for Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi LLC and Phillip Collura. Mike Wilder piloted three winners on the 8-race card. Live racing at The Meadows resumes Tuesday, first post 1:05 PM. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

WASHINGTON, PA, March 3, 2018 -- Montana Pablo A moved third over down the backside, then roared wide through the lane to pull off a 7-1 upset victory in Saturday's harness racing $20,000 Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Pace at The Meadows. Montana Pablo A followed the live cover of A Real Miracle into the final turn when Aaron Merriman sent him wide for the drive. The 11-year-old Blissfull Hall-Gold Liner gelding overtook A Real Miracle late and downed him by 1/2 length in 1:53. Chucaro Art Surco rallied for show. Brandon Presto trains Montano Pablo A, who lifted his career bankroll to $375,531, for Spring Valley Ranch and Michelle Linnert. Merriman collected four wins on the 10-race card while Dave Palone enjoyed a triple. Live racing at The Meadows resumes Monday, first post 1:05 PM. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

WASHINGTON, PA, Feb. 8, 2018 -- Camera Lady remained undefeated in four starts this year when she sustained a rally that carried her from worst to first in Wednesday's $18,000 Filly & Mare Preferred Handicap Pace at The Meadows. Camera Lady followed the live cover of Graceful Vision before moving three wide into the final turn for Ronnie Wrenn, Jr. The 4-year-old daughter of Dragon Again-Ann Van Go just got up to down early leader Medusa by a nose in 1:53.4, with Fox Valley Charm another nose back in the Lightning Lane. Ron Burke trains Camera Lady, who extended her career bankroll to $144,603, for Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi, LLC. Camera Lady winning Wednesday’s feature - Chris Gooden Photo Jim Pantaleano and trainer Christen Pantaleano teamed for a pair of victories on the 10-race card while Wrenn and trainers Dirk Simpson and Burke also enjoyed doubles. Live racing at The Meadows resumes Saturday, first post 1:05 PM. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino Home of Pennsylvania's largest jackpot ever paid, The Meadows is an all-inclusive entertainment destination and significant economic generator for the region. With its nearly 1,300 employees, The Meadows provides approximately $125 million in taxes annually and more than $14 million per year to the Local Share Account designated for new economic, community and industrial development projects. The Meadows features 82 table games and more than 3,100 slot machines, premier restaurants with spectacular views of the gaming floor and the racetrack, a racing grandstand with VIP suites, a simulcast area, an 11,000 square foot event center, a 7,500 square foot banquet room and an all-ages bowling center. The Meadows also offers a high limit slots area and a high limit table games room featuring exceptional service in a relaxing, upscale setting. For more information, please see:   Evan Pattak  

WASHINGTON, PA, Feb. 24, 2018 -- Rose Run Parker powered to the front at the three-eighths and cruised to a decisive 6-1/2-length victory in Saturday's feature, a $12,700 Conditioned Trot, at The Meadows. Rose Run Parker got away second, but when Dave Palone sent him to the lead, the 7-year-old Jailhouse Jesse-Centergy gelding glided through the slop and scored in 1:55.1. Drift Away rallied for second while early leader Dont Rush saved show. Ron Burke trains Rose Run Parker, who won for the 45th time in 84 career starts and lifted his bankroll to $897,450, for Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi LLC. Dan Rawlings and Palone each collected three victories on the 10-race card. Live racing at The Meadows resumes Wednesday, first post 1:05 PM. Evan Pattak

WASHINGTON, PA, Feb. 23, 2018 -- Racing off an 18-week layoff, Thoughtyoudlikeit got the cover trip he needed, shooting the Lightning Lane to capture Friday's harness racing $17,000 Winners Over $10,000 Life Pace at The Meadows. Thoughtyoudlikeit, who last performed on Oct. 9, stalked the leader, Lincolnjames, through mid-stretch, where he inched away and downed that rival by 3/4 lengths in 1:53.3 over a "good" surface. The first-over The Dark Shadow finished third. Ronnie Wrenn, Jr. drove for trainer Randy Bendis; that duo teamed for three wins on the 10-race card, and Wrenn picked up two more victories late to lift his total to five. Tom Pollack and Bendis own Thoughtyoudlikeit, a 6-year-old Ponder-Give The Gift gelding. Live racing at The Meadows continues Saturday, first post 1:05 PM. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino  

Columbus, OH --- When Bill Bercury took his future wife, Renee, out on their first date, he selected The Meadows as his venue of choice. For two people that were not involved in harness racing in any way, shape or form, it’s pretty darn ironic their lifetime commitment has not only included a magnificent relationship, but two of The Meadows Standardbred Owners Association’s 2017 award winners in Barn Girl and Dapper Dude. “Neither one of us knew anything about horses,” Bercury said. “But we did know we liked them. I just thought it was a good place to take someone on a first date because everything was there for us. Who would have thought this would ever happen? And it is because I do have such a wonderful wife; she has never been anything but supportive of the horses.” When the Bercurys had the opportunity to acquire world champion Barn Girl in Nov. 2016, they did not hesitate. After all, the daughter of Cash Hall-Turquoise Sweetie was a veritable winning machine and had already amassed $315,146 while competing in the New York Excelsior Series, New York Sire Stakes and Open events at The Meadows. “She came up for sale because Ron Burke had so many good female trotters, like Hannelore Hanover, he was thinking he couldn’t get them all raced,” Bercury said. “I am so grateful and fortunate we could get her. She is tied for the world record on a half-mile track at Northfield (1:53) and she just loves to race; she loves to pass horses.” With a record of 90-43-17-16 and $583,368 in the bank, Barn Girl, a 6-year-old, has demonstrated her ability on many occasions and will continue to do so in 2018 as The MSOA's defending champion older trotting mare. “She is nervous and is like that all the time,” Bercury said. “She can be tough to deal with and when she bites, she bites hard and when she kicks it is with purpose, but she is easy to drive. Aaron Merriman has done a great job with her and really loves her.” The Bercurys also own Dapper Dude, The MSOA's older pacing horse/gelding of the year. The 9-year-old son of The Panderosa-Dress To Suggest defeated world champion Sweet Lou to claim the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes championship in 2012. Dapper Dude also finished ahead of that rival, but behind Thinking Out Loud and Time To Roll in that year’s $1,470,000 North America Cup final. State Treasurer, A Rock N Roll Dance, Pet Rock and Warrawee Needy were also in his wake. “When I first heard he was up for sale (in 2015) I was outbid on him,” Bercury said. “So when I heard he was up for sale again (in 2016) I jumped on it and didn’t ask any questions. He is such a great horse to be around. You can do anything with him and he has excellent manners; he’s just a joy to be around.” To date, Dapper Dude has amassed $1.18 million and sports a resume of 158-42-28-30. He, like Barn Girl, will remain primarily in the Keystone State for this year’s campaign. “We are not going to do the Miss Versatility Series with Barn Girl this year,” Bercury said. “It just didn’t work out for her last year and we think she is a second tier mare, but a very good second tier. We might go to Miami Valley with her, but otherwise she will stay close to home. With Dapper Dude, we will also keep him here; he’s right there every time.” The Bercurys, however, may have a fortuitous issue as two of their six horses will likely have to compete against one another as their newly acquired world champion, Wind Of The North, will most likely have to take on Barn Girl yet again. “I think he is just going to have a great season,” Bercury said. “Not that I don’t think Barn Girl or Dapper Dude won’t and I also have two 4-year-olds I think will do well, but I think this horse is going to do really well. He fits in perfectly with our stable and has his own paddock he goes out in every day, like everyone else, and he seems really happy. He is another horse that is great to be around and you can do anything with. He’s the only one I own, as Renee owns all the rest of our horses. And he has already beaten Barn Girl.” No matter what the future holds for the Bercury stable, Bill credits Renee for a majority of their success. “She is never afraid to take a chance,” he said. “I have to give her a lot of credit for seeing opportunities and believing in them with the horses. And we have our motto and stick to it: harness racing is fun. That is just what we believe in and how we approach it.” by Kim French, USTA Internet News Editor 

Hightstown, NJ --- Photography allows Chris Gooden to enjoy two of his passions. “I love being able to make art,” Gooden said. “And I’m a really tech-nerdy geek guy, so I love equipment. “Both sides go together and make me love my job.” Gooden is in his 16th year as the fulltime track photographer at The Meadows in western Pennsylvania. Earlier this month, he won the George Smallsreed Award for outstanding harness racing action photography with “Shadow Racing,” which appeared in the December issue of Hoof Beats magazine. The photograph was taken from a drone and captured horses -- as well as their shadow counterparts -- battling three wide just after the three-quarter-mile point of a race at The Meadows. Gooden’s inspiration for the shot came from a story he read online. “It was about a family photographer that had shot the same family for years and years,” Gooden said. “They wanted to come up with something different, so they decided to use a drone for their photo. It was at the time of day when the shadows would be perfectly stretched out. They were all holding hands together, so you see this line of people and the shadows holding hands. I thought it would be really interesting if I could come up with a way to do that during a race. “I looked at the track and could tell where I needed to fly the drone so the shadows would be falling away from the horses. With drones, when you take photos it’s not like a regular camera where I can take 10 photos a second. I get one shot at it. I took a sample shot and it was OK, but there wasn’t anything special about it. I adjusted the drone a little and as the horses were coming around I fired off one shot and that’s the shot I ended up getting. “I liked the fact they were three wide because it gives so much more depth than just horses in a line. I was really surprised that I got the shot that I did. It worked out perfectly.” Gooden grew up in western Pennsylvania, not far from The Meadows. He developed his interest in photography after taking a trip to Utah. “I wanted to buy a camera to take with me because I knew it was going to be pretty,” Gooden said. “I’d used my dad’s growing up, but not a huge amount. So I bought a camera, I was in my 20s, and I really enjoyed it. I don’t know if there was one thing about that trip, but I think I just fell in love with being behind the camera.” When he returned from his trip, Gooden began shooting sports at California University of Pennsylvania. In 1997, he started assisting track photographer Doug Bishop at The Meadows before taking over on a fulltime basis five years later. “I really enjoy the horse racing,” Gooden said. “I love horses. I’m a big animal right’s person, so it’s good to see the way everyone takes care of their animals. I know a lot of people look down on that, but I see a lot more than the average everyday person on what goes on and how important horses are to people.” In addition to taking photos, Gooden is active on social media, notably with live feeds on Facebook. “Social media has been the perfect outlet to get out as much content as possible,” Gooden said. “It’s worked out well. With the advent of live feeds, all that stuff, it really helps me get a lot of different things out; be able to do some video work, some photography work.” No matter the outlet, no matter the technology, Gooden is having a good time. “I can’t draw. I can’t paint. The only other artistic thing I did was play drums until I graduated high school,” Gooden said. “My eye for photography makes me view the world differently than most people do. I’ve always noticed that I pay attention more, like if I’m driving down the road or somewhere. I always look at the photography aspect of things rather than just looking at them. “There are many, many times where I’ve pulled over to take photos because something looked good. It happens quite often, actually. I guess I’m just a photographer at heart.” by Ken Weingartner, USTA Media Relations Manager 

WASHINGTON, PA, Jan. 27, 2018 -- Dont Rush got the jump on his stablemate, Lars Perry, and had little trouble holding him off late to capture Saturday's harness racing feature at The Meadows, an $11,500 Conditioned Trot. Lars Perry got the early lead, but once Dont Rush quarter-poled to the front for Aaron Merriman, he cruised home in 1:56.2 over a "good" surface to down Lars Perry by a length. Mac Deeno finished third. It was an exacta sweep for trainer Richard Perfido and owner Thomas Mattingly. A 6-year-old son of Infinitif-Color Me Pretty, Dont Rush lifted his lifetime bankroll to $650,140. Dave Palone and trainer Cory Kreiser teamed for a pair of victories on the eight-race card while Jim Pantaleano also enjoyed a double. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

Less than three weeks after an announcement about a new integrity initiative being launched by the Woodbine Entertainment Group and track owner Jeff Gural, leading trainer Ron Burke had a horse test high for blood-gas levels at The Meadows on Monday, Jan. 22, in a pre-race test. Per Pennsylvania’s rules, a horse which tests high is scratched and suspended from racing for 30 days. The trainer is also suspended for 30 days and is fined $1,000. A positive TCO2 test in Pennsylvania is appealable. Burke declined to comment. Besides the fact that a 30-day suspension would require his stable to be managed by another trainer if the positive is upheld, Burke’s TCO2 positive could also be a problem for his horses competing in stakes at Woodbine tracks and the Meadowlands, Tioga and Vernon Downs, which are owned by Gural. With the rules initially suggested for the new Standardbred Racing Integrity and Accountability Initiative, if a horse received a Class 1, II, TCO2 or steroid positive in 2018, the owner or owners of that horse would be banned from competing in stakes with any horse in which they own at least a 25 percent share. By Kathy Parker To read the full article in click on this link.  

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