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Nichols, N.Y. -- Prairie Fortune ($4.90) mounted a bold three-wide push on the backstretch to circle his six harness racing rivals in Saturday (July 23) evening's $11,000 Open Handicap Trot at Tioga Downs, dueling late with the first-over Rossini for his third Open-level win in four starts.   Jim Meittinis took the 4-year-old Arapa Victory gelding to last early on, letting DC Flashback (John Cummings, Jr.) and Dragin the Wagon (Corey Braden) alternate on the lead through early splits of :27.1 and :57.2. As Rossini (Scott Coulter) mounted a bold first-over push into Dragin the Wagon on approach to the backstretch, Prairie Fortune slid third-over before commencing his strong three-wide bid with three-eighths to go. The now 20-time winner worked into the lead midway on the far turn--but he wasn't home free.   Off the corner, Rossini battled back between horses once headed, leading briefly in mid-stretch. Prairie Fortune ultimately reclaimed command in the final yards, besting Rossini by a neck in 1:54.2. Dragin the Wagon was a worn-down third.   Trainer Mike Deters co-owns Prairie Fortune with breeder Laurie Poulin.   Fresh off his Friday grand slam, Mike Merton once again led all drivers for the evening, capturing three of the night's 10 races.   Live racing returns to Tioga with an 11-race card on Sunday; post time is 1:30 p.m. Eastern. As no one hit tonight's 50¢ Pick 5, $243.60 will carry over into Sunday's Pick 5 pool.   by James Witherite, Tioga Downs

Nichols, N.Y. -- Yonkers invader Analyze ($7.10) made a three-wide push on the far turn en route to a going-away victory in Friday (July 22) evening's harness racing featured $11,000 Mares Open 1 Pace at Tioga Downs, capping a driving grand slam for Mike Merton.   The 4-year-old Neutralize mare sat well off the pace through the developing stages of the race, moving second-over on approach to the far turn to track cover from 6-5 favorite The Summer Wind (Jim Meittinis). As The Summer Wind failed to make any impression on pacesetter All Charged Up (Tom Jackson), Mike Merton swung Analyze three-wide to progress off the corner. Analyze lifted to the lead in mid-stretch under left-handed encouragement, stretching clear by 1-1/4 lengths and prevailing in 1:53.2. K J's Caroline (Jim Taggart, Jr.) saved second from a pocket trip with a late move up the pegs, and All Charged Up checked in an engulfed third.   Amber Buter trains 15-time winner Analyze for LRL Racing, LLC.   The featured win capped a grand slam for Merton, who commenced the 10-race card with a natural hat trick. Favorites Lady Windsor ($4.20, 1:55.3), Stitch in Time ($4.70, 1:57), and Rusty's Flying ($4.90, 1:53.2) accounted for Merton's three earlier wins on the program.   Racing returns to Tioga Downs with a 10-race card on Saturday (July 23) evening. First post is set for 6:30 p.m. Eastern.   by James Witherite, Tioga Downs

Nichols, N.Y. -- Oldford Racing, LLC's Stratocaster ($7.60) worked to fend off pressure though the far turn in Sunday (July 17) afternoon's featured Open 2 Pace at Tioga Downs, subsequently edging clear of a belated rally from Dee's Rocketman to prevail by 1-3/4 lengths.   John Cummings, Jr. floated forward with the 5-year-old Rocknroll Hanover entire, letting Winyard Hanover (Jim Meittinis) clear from post 9 through a :27 first quarter before pushing to the fore with a circuit remaining in the one-mile event.   Stratocaster subsequently faced stern pressure on the backstretch from the first-over Vangura (Corey Braden), who forced a :56 middle half. Stratocaster repelled that challenge off the corner, sprinting off as Dee's Rocketman (Fern Paquet, Jr.) mounted a late charge off third-over positioning. Stratocaster's lead was never threatened in the straight, and he went on to a convincing 1:52 victory.   Dee's Rocketman charged into second, while an all-out Winyard Hanover checked in a beleaguered third from the pocket. Favorite Rollin Ring Afire (Jim Marohn, Jr.) failed to fire from a second-over trip, finishing eighth in the field of nine.   Allen Sisco trains Stratocaster, now a 23-time winner. For Cummings, the driving win was one of three on the 13-race card. Jim Marohn, Jr. also recorded a hat trick on the afternoon.   Buoyed by the defeat of two odds-on favorites in the day's first five races, the 50¢ Pick 5 returned $557.75.   Live racing returns to Tioga on Friday (July 22) evening, with post time slated for 6:30 p.m. Eastern.   by James Witherite, for Tioga Downs

Nichols, N.Y. -- Prairie Fortune ($4.40) lived up to favored billing in Saturday (July 16) evening's $11,000 Open 1 Trot at Tioga Downs, making a bold three-wide push through the far turn en route to a comfortably dominant win.   Jim Meittinis was patient early with the 4-year-old Arapa Victory gelding, retreating to second last as Celebrity Stimulus (Fern Paquet, Jr.) strode clear to a :27.4 first quarter before yielding the pacesetting duties to Its Payday Friday (Dan Clements) with a circuit to go.   Approaching race's midpoint, Meittinis slid Prairie Fortune third-over to slipstream DC Flashback (John Cummings, Jr.) and Rossini (Scott Coulter) through middle splits of :57.2 and 1:25.4. With a quarter mile to go, Prairie Fortune commenced a bold three-wide push, one he sustained into a mid-stretch lead with ease. Prairie Fortune drew off to defeat Its Payday Friday by 2-1/4 lengths in 1:54.3, while Rossini overcame a blind switch to save third off a stalling DC Flashback.   Trainer Mike Deters co-owns Prairie Fortune--now a 19-time winner through just 33 career starts--with Laurie Poulin.   In the first round of the Summer Claiming Series for pacing mares, Delta Dawn Hanover ($21.60, Jim Taggart, Jr.) and Cheyenne Patti ($15.40, Mike Merton) both upset from off the pace, capturing their respective $7,000 divisions by slim margins over the respective pacesetters.   The 50¢ Pick 5 carryover for Sunday (July 17) afternoon's card is $566.52, with the sequence beginning in the first of 13 races on the day. Post time is 1:30 p.m. Eastern.   by James Witherite, for Tioga Downs 

Nichols, N.Y. -- The J P Stables' All Charged Up ($6.50) took full advantage of a clear pocket trip in Friday (July 15) evening's featured $11,000 Mares Open 1 Pace at Tioga Downs, reeling in pacesetter K J's Caroline in the last yards of a 1:53.1 mile.   Fresh off a top-level win at Vernon off a similar tracking trip, the 5-year-old Ponder mare kept close from the outset via her inside draw, pursuing the uncontested K J's Caroline (Jim Taggart, Jr.) through splits of :27.4, :57.2, and 1:25.2.  He paid $6.50 to win.   Despite K J's Caroline's best efforts to evade her foes on the far turn, All Charged Up worked to the fore in deep stretch, putting three-quarters of a length on K J's Caroline in the final 70 yards. Mydelight Bluechip (Kyle DiBenedetto) chased stoutly to just miss second off her ground-saving trip.   Tom Jackson handled the driving duties of All Charged Up for Vernon-based trainer John MacDonald. All Charged Up paid $6.50 to win as the wagering favorite.   Mike Simons led all drivers with three wins on the nine-race card. The hat trick gives Simons a 35-33 lead over Scott Coulter in the Tioga driver standings.   Live racing returns to Tioga on Saturday (July 16) evening, with a $391.02 carryover in the 50¢ Pick 5. Post time is slated for 6:30 p.m. Eastern.   by James Witherite, for Tioga Downs

Nichols, N.Y. -- The Tioga Downs race office is accepting entries for the trotting and mares pacing divisions of the Summer Claiming Series until Wednesday (July 13) morning at 9:00 a.m. Both series begin with preliminary events on the Saturday (July 16) card, with a second preliminary and a final to follow on the subsequent Saturdays.   For full information, consult the Tioga Downs condition sheet at https://www.tiogadowns.com/wp-content/uploads/media/racing/condsheet.pdf or contact race secretary Don Cromer at 607.699.7688.   by James Witherite, for Tioga Downs

Nichols, N.Y. -- Empire Breeders Classic winner Non Stick was handed a harness racing defeat for the second time of her career in a $40,600 New York Sire Stakes event on Sunday (July 10) afternoon at Tioga Downs, unable to make any impact behind Fad Finance ($7.20), the very filly who evaded Non Stick at Vernon last month.   Fad Finance made an early push to the fore, clearing Earn Your Wings (Jason Bartlett) upon straightening after a :27.4 first quarter. The 3-year-old Credit Winner filly faced no pressure to speak of through the final circuit, edging away after rating a :57.1 middle half. Fad Finance evaded her six foes en route to a 1:54.3 mile, keeping two lengths clearance on Earn Your Wings up to the winning post. Gin and Lindy (Scott Zeron) rallied off cover to take third in the last yards, while Non Stick failed to make any impact from first-over, finishing fourth.   Jim Morrill Jr. drove Trond Smedshammer trainee Fad Finance, now a 6-time winner, for the Purple Haze Stables, Marc Goldberg, and the Rojan Stables.   In the other $40,600 Sire Stakes events, odds-on favorites prevailed. Swinging Royalty ($3.20, Chris Lems) made all the pace en route to an easy 1:56.2 win, and Open Access ($3.40, Matt Kakaley) dueled clear of Goosebump Hanover (Morrill) before holding off a belated three-wide bid from Monarchs Sequel (Mark MacDonald) to prevail in 1:56.   In the afternoon's sub-featured $11,000 Open Pace, Believe This Bob ($9.50, Mike Simons) held sway of Clear Vision's late push for a narrow 1:50.2 triumph, while Its Payday Friday ($3.90, Dan Clements) outlasted a late bid from Prairie Fortune in the $11,000 Open Trot.   Racing returns to Tioga Downs on Friday (July 15) afternoon, with first post slated for 6:30 p.m. Eastern.   by James Witherite, Tioga Downs

Nichols, N.Y. -- Shutthefrontdoor ($11.40) sustained first-over gains en route to a second consecutive harness racing Open level win at Tioga Downs, using the same tactics in Friday (July 8) evening's $11,000 feature at Tioga Downs as she did the week prior.   Dan Clements made his push to the fore with the 5-year-old Well Said mare after K J's Caroline (Jim Taggart, Jr.) achieved the lead, pressing the pace without the aid of cover after a :57.2 first half mile. Shutthefrontdoor forced a :27 third quarter before subsequently wearing down K J's Caroline at head-stretch, driven to a three-quarters length victory over in 1:52.3 in a virtual carbon copy of her first-over defeat of Irish Bride the week prior. K J's Caroline was a valiant second, while Irish Bride (Fern Paquet, Jr.) held third off a loose pocket trip, chasing the dueling leaders through the far turn.   Trainer Mike Sinclair co-owns 14-time winner Shutthefrontdoor with Guy Beaulieu and Richard Villeneuve.   Clements, Sinclair with hat tricks   The featured win with Shutthefrontdoor was the cornerstone of a driving hat trick for Clements and a training triple for Sinclair on the evening's 13-race card. Clements also teamed up with Mike's Powerhouse ($2.40, 1:53.4) and Heather ($24.00, 1:55.3), while Sinclair trainees Rossini ($13.80, 1:54.1) and Ulster Hanover ($6.40, 1:54.1) also proved victorious.   Live racing returns to Tioga Downs on Sunday (July 10) afternoon with a 15-race card due off at 1:30 p.m. A trio of New York Sire Stakes events for 3-year-old trotting fillies share the spotlight on the afternoon, with Empire Breeders Classic winner Non Stick (race 4, Ã…ke Svanstedt) and Swinging Royalty (race 6, Chris Lems) among the 21 sophomores to vie for a combined $121,800 in purses.   by James Witherite, Tioga Downs

Nichols, N.Y. -- Harness racing driver Tim Tetrick and trainer Linda Toscano swept the 3-year-old Geers Stakes divisions at Tioga Downs on Monday (July 4) afternoon, with both Missile J ($3.80) and Cut and Paste ($3.60) prevailing in convincing fashion.   In the $66,375 Geers for pacing colts and geldings, Missile J pushed clear of Mr D's Dragon (Jim Meittinis) midway on the first turn, controlling a :57.1 first half before accelerating clear on the backstretch. The 3-year-old American Ideal gelding used a :26.3 third quarter to get the jump on his eight rivals, ultimately besting pocket foe Mr D's Dragon by 3-3/4 lengths in 1:51.2. Fine Diamond (Matt Kakaley) circled belatedly to save third while detached from the top pair.   Missile J, a 7-time winner, is owned by the KJ Stables, LLC and the Purple Haze Stables, LLC.   Cut and Paste took advantage of a pocket trip through the first eleven-sixteenths of the $53,375 filly division, tracking Mother of Art (Mark MacDonald) before vaulting clear on approach to the far turn. As soon as Tetrick vacated the pocket with the Well Said filly, she sprinted clear with authority. The 6-time winner mounted a six-length margin over eventual runner-up Encore Deo (Mike Simons) before Tetrick geared her down in the last 70 yards to a 1:53 triumph. Ghose Runner (Tom Jackson) used a third-over trip to take third, just missing Encore Deo for the place spot. Early pacesetter Mother of Art faded on the far turn, finishing last of the seven fillies.   Cut and Paste is owned by the Stake Your Claim Stable, the Camelot Stable, and Fred Wallace.   Tetrick completed a driving hat trick on the nine-race card with Nitro Seelster ($3.60) in the $11,000 Open Pace, fanning three-wide off the far turn and out-sprinting Andreos Kardia (Aaron Byron), who found a seam up the pegs in the last sixteenth with an abundance of pace, in 1:51.2.   Live racing returns to Tioga Downs on Friday (July 8), with first post slated for 6:30 p.m. Eastern.   by James Witherite, Tioga Downs

Nichols, N.Y. -- Enos Van Stanhope, III and Tony Dinges's Pop Cop ($4.40) stepped up two levels and repeated in near pillar-to-post fashion in Sunday (July 3) afternoon's harness racing featured $7,200 top-level conditioned pace at Tioga Downs.   Mike Merton was aggressive early with the 7-year-old Bettor's Delight gelding, sprinting out to establish the lead from midpack and only briefly yielding to Lauxmont Capri (Jim Taggart, Jr.) before retaking after a :27.1 first quarter. Pop Cop faced no further threats after reclaiming the lead, edging clear gradually through a :56 middle half and mounting a 3-3/4 length margin of victory through his 1:52 mile. Lauxmont Capri, all-out to chase from the pocket, narrowly held second over Owosso Flash (Jim Meittinis), who maintained mild first-over gains.   For Dinges, the leading trainer nine weeks into the meet, the win with Pop Cop was one of two on the day.   After evading punters for two consecutive cards, the 50¢ Pick 5 was hit for $73.25.   Monday (July 4) afternoon's nine-race card features the Geers Stakes for 3-year-old pacers, comprising an all stakes mid-card double. Post time for the nine-race Independence Day card is 1:30 p.m. Eastern, with coverage on the Tioga Downs Racing Network to commence at 1:05.   by James Witherite, Tioga Downs

Nichols, N.Y. -- Prairie Fortune ($6.60) lived up to favored billing in Saturday (July 2) evening's featured $11,000 Open 1 Trot at Tioga Downs, vaulting off second-over cover and sprinting clear to a 1:54.2 victory.   The 4-year-old Arapa Victory gelding passed all six of his rivals, getting away last in the field of seven as Dragin the Wagon (Fern Paquet, Jr.) sprinted off to a :26.4 first quarter. After Dragin the Wagon yielded command to Kahoku (John Cummings, Jr.) with a circuit to go, Prairie Fortune commenced two-wide progress inot the clubhouse turn, ultimately flushing cover from Write That Down (Dan Clements) on the backstretch into middle splits of :55.3 and 1:24.1.   As Write That Down intensified pressure on Kahoku through the far turn, Meittinis angled Prairie Fortune three-wide off the corner to sweep past. Prairie Fortune drew off comfortably while in hand, working to a 1-1/2 length winning margin. Dragin the Wagon emerged out of traffic to save second, while Write That Down was an engulfed third off his sustained first-over gains.   Trainer Mike Deters co-owns Prairie Fortune in partnership with breeder Laurie Poulin.   Corey Braden captured his 2,000th career driving win in a $4,000 trotting event, using a similar late push off the far turn with Chip Chip Page ($9.20) to eclipse pacesetter Lock N Load Annie in 2:00.3.   The Summer Claiming Series for pacers culminated as well on the nine-race card, as a resurgent Sailin Metro ($3.20) dug in off the turn to salvage his first-over bid and stave off Rebel Jet for a 1:53.2 score in the $14,000 final. Owner Dan Clements handled the driving duties for trainer Ronnie Morales, III. Clements led all drivers with three wins on the nine-race card.   Live racing returns to Tioga on Sunday (July 3) afternoon, with post time at 1:30 p.m. Eastern.   by James Witherite, Tioga Downs

Nichols, N.Y. -- After his late push to the fore in last week's Open, Hititoutofthepark ($3.10) earned his third straight harness racing win in his $38,440 Arthur Tompkins Memorial Stakes division on Friday (July 1) evening at Tioga Downs.   Mike Simons situated the 3-year-old Yankee Glide ridgling behind the live cover of Tight Lines (Jeff Gregory) on the backstretch, towed closer to pacesetter Steed (Matt Kakaley) through middle fractions of :57.1 and 1:26.2 before making his three-wide push in the final 300 yards. Hititoutofthepark accelerated off the far turn, working clear in mid-stretch and accelerating to hold sway of the late-rallying Blownoutofthewater (Jim Morrill, Jr.) in 1:55.2. Steed, while collared after repelling his first-over rival, checked in third after his game front-trotting effort.   John Butenschoen trains 9-time winner Hititoutofthepark for the Give It a Shot Stable, Kurt Welling, and the VIP Internet Stable.   Dominion Beach ($80.00) upset in his $38,940 Tompkins division, surging up late to collar the first-over odds-on favorite Cufflink Hanover in 1:54.2. Marcus Johansson drove the son of Muscle Hill for Courant AB and trainer Nancy Johansson.   In the two $27,690 Tompkins splits for fillies, Goosebump Hanover ($5.60, Morrill, 1:55.2) lunged to the fore off second-over spotting, and Celebrity Eventsy ($2.30, John Campbell, 1:54.4) edged clear of her foes handily after brushing to the fore with a circuit to go.   The Geers Stakes for 3-year-old pacers headline Monday (July 4) afternoon's program at Tioga, with $119,750 in aggregate purses on the line. Art Rooney winner Missile J (Tim Tetrick) headlines the $66,375 split for colts and geldings, carded as the fifth of nine races on the Independence Day program. Racing returns most immediately to Tioga on Saturday (July 2) evening, with the first of nine races due off at 6:30 p.m. Eastern.   by James Witherite, Tioga Downs

Nichols, N.Y. -- The Tioga Downs race office announces additional divisions of the Summer Claiming Series to take place in July, one for trotters and one for pacing mares.   Horses can be claimed from both preliminaries and the final of each series, with claiming prices for trotters increasing from $6,500 to $8,000 over the three races and tags for distaff pacers building from $8,000 to $9,500. A horse's entry into the first leg constitutes nomination for the entire series, and a $25 declaration fee is due on the day of the first preliminary.   Both series will begin with preliminary legs on July 16 and July 23 (both Saturdays), with finals on Saturday, July 30. Horses must race in both preliminary events to maintain eligibility for the final (limited to the top nine money earners from the preliminaries to enter), and fifteen entrants are required for a given series to take place.   Full purse and claiming information follows: Trot Clm Pr -- Purse July 16 -- $6,500 -- $6,500 July 23 -- $7,000 -- $6,500 July 30 -- $8,000 -- $12,000 (final)   FM Pace Clm Pr -- Purse July 16 -- $8,000 -- $7,000 July 23 -- $8,500 -- $7,000 July 30 -- $9,500 -- $13,000 (final)   For further information, please contact Tioga Downs race secretary Don Cromer at 607.699.7688 or dcromer@tiogadowns.com.   by James Witherite, for Tioga Downs

Nichols, N.Y. -- Mary Ann Larrimore's Believe This Bob ($4.10) made all the pace en route to a 1:51.1 harness racing triumph in Sunday (June 26) afternoon's $11,000 Open 1 Pace at Tioga Downs, holding off a belated rally from the rising Andreios Kardia to prevail at even money.    Mike Simons wasted no time with the 8-year-old Beach Romeo gelding, sprinting clear of Theseyesrcrying (Justin Huckabone) through a :26.3 first quarter. Believe This Bob would escape pressure through splits of :55 and 1:22.2, maintaining an uncontested lead and accelerating clear on the backstretch.   His biggest threat would come from the second-over Andreios Kardia (Aaron Byron), who circled three-wide in the final three-sixteenths of the mile as the first-over P L Idaho (Dan Clements) weakened after only mild gains.   The :27.2 third quarter was enough for Believe This Bob to keep the other seven at bay, as he held off Andreios Kardia by three-quarters of a length. Knocking Around (John Cummings, Jr.) rallied from a rearward trip to take third, and Theseyesarecrying faded to fourth from his pocket trip. Mike Simons   Joe Skowyra trains Believe This Bob, now a 35-time winner.   In addition to Believe This Bob, Simons teamed up with Big Jer ($2.30, 1:52.3) and Lucky Man ($3.10, 1:53.2) to lead all drivers with three wins on the 11-race card.   The Tompkins-Geers Stakes headline Week 9 at Tioga Downs, with 3-year-old trotters taking the spotlight on Friday (July 1) evening. Post time is slated for 6:30 p.m. Eastern.   by James Witherite, Tioga Downs

Nichols, N.Y. -- Fresh off a 15-1 upset in a $55,503 Pennsylvania Sire Stakes event at Pocono, Hititoutofthepark ($8.30) rose to chase down older harness racing company in Saturday (June 25) evening's $11,000 Open 1 Trot at Tioga Downs.   Mike Simons took his time with the 3-year-old Yankee Glide ridgling, settling well off a :27.3 first quarter Dragin the Wagon (Aaron Byron) and working closer through a :58.1 half. With three-eighths to go, Simons chased the first-over Oh No Three O (Jeff Long), towed significantly closer through the far turn before readying to make a three-wide push for home.   "He came right off the gate nice and handy, followed live cover, and when I called on him, he just pinned his ears and dug in," commented Simons on the 8-time winner. "He's a real professional."   Hititoutofthepark accelerated upon cornering, passing the stalled Oh No Three O with little effort, and subsequently chasing down Dragin the Wagon for a narrow 1:55.2 triumph. Six Bax (Jim Taggart) stayed on for third off a cozy pocket trip.   John Butenschoen trains Hititoutofthepark for the Give It a Shot Stable, Kurt Welling, and the VIP Internet Stable.   For Simons, the win was one of five in the bike on the 10-race card. In addition to his trainee Talktomecourage N ($4.70, 1:54.1) in the seventh, Simons teamed up with Undercover Bro ($5.20, 1:56.1), Alaskan Seelster ($12.80, 1:54), and Justherighttouch ($9.20, 1:56.2).   No one hit the 50¢ Pick 5, resulting in a carryover to Sunday (June 26) afternoon's card of $1,143.61. The Pick 5 kicks off in the first of 11 races, with post time set for 1:30 p.m. Eastern.   by James Witherite, Tioga Downs

Nichols, N.Y. -- Despite sitting last a quarter mile from home, Drea's Good Powow had enough late pace to circle her six harness racing rivals in Friday (June 24) evening's $11,000 Mares Open Handicap at Tioga Downs.   Trainer-driver James Hysell wanted no part of the early pace with the 6-year-old daughter of Squaw's Fella, settling second from last as Asset Management (Fern Paquet, Jr.) and Four Hour Nap (Jim Meittinis) alternated on the lead through early splits of :26.4 and :56.2. As Four Hour Nap faced intensifying pressure from K J's Caroline (Jim Taggart, Jr.) Hysell moved Drea's Good Powow fourth-over from the rear of the field. Drea's Good Powow swung five-wide off the far turn, circling the entire group in the final 150 yards as the pacesetting pair dueled into defeat. Goldstar Rockette (Corey Braden) finished second from a perfect second-over trip, while lukewarm 5-2 favorite Shutthefrontdoor (Dan Clements) stayed on for third from third-over.   Patricia Connor owns Drea's Good Powow, now a 17-time winner.   Trainer Shane Arsenault scored a hat trick on the nine-race card, accounting for victories from Mittnage a Trois ($3.70, Scott Coulter, 1:55.4), Artiawitchtoyou ($5.30, Brandon Arsenault, 1:54.2), and Crazy Blue ($6.00, Coulter, 1:58.1).   The 50¢ Pick 5 evaded the Friday players, chiefly due to a 20-1 upset from Vacation Day (Tyler Freese) in the sequence. The carryover mounts to $700.78 for Saturday's Pick 5.   Post time for the first of 10 races on Saturday's Tioga card is 6:30 p.m. Eastern.   by James WItherite, Tioga Downs

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