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EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - Like a pair of heavyweight boxers, Scott Zeron and David Miller battled back and forth all Saturday night long over the course of the 13-race harness racing program at the Meadowlands, and when Miller delivered the final blow, emerging with Rebel Jet ($9.80 to win) from just off the pace to win the finale, the duo ended the night deadlocked with five winners each. Zeron scored with Aldebaran Eagle ($7.20) in the third, Odds On Delray ($3.20) in the fourth, Winning Linc ($42.80) in the fifth, Lindythefourteenth ($14.80) in the eighth and Moonlight Ransom ($4.80) in the 10th. Miller's earlier winners were Dial Or Nodial ($3.00) in the second, Dealt A Winner ($6.00) in the sixth, Bettor Rock On N ($4.20) in the seventh and Intheblinkofaneye ($2.80), who dead-heated with Yippity Hanover, in the ninth. 'WINNER' DOMINANT: Dealt A Winner destroyed six overmatched foes in the featured $17,500 conditioned pace. The 4-year-old gelded son of Cam's Card Shark was never threatened on the way to 5-length win over Clear Vision in 1:48.2 for trainer Mark Silva. JACKPOT HIT: One lucky bettor hit the 5th race 20 cent Jackpot Super High Five and walked away with $47,949.90. The winning combination of 1-3-4-9-2 saw a 20-1 shot win the race and a 60-1 finish fifth. ... Trainer Tony Alagna led the trainer colony with three winners on the card. ... Racing resumes at the Big M Friday at 7:15 p.m. by Dave Little, Meadowlands Media Relations     RACE 1 - Meadowlands - NJ - July 23, 2016  Conditions: 3 & 4 Year Olds N/W 2 Extended PM Races or $20,000 Lifetime (Maidens Drawn Inside)    Gait: Trot     Purse: $10,000     Class: 3-4yrnw2cd     Distance: 1 mile     Track Cond: FT     Temp-Allow: 90-0     Off Time: 7:22 PM HN  Horse  PP  1/4  1/2  3/4  Str  Finish Actual LQ Odds  Driver  Trainer     8  Bucketlist Hanover  8  1/1H  1/1H  1/Q  1/2  1/3H 1:55.1  29.1 *1.40   Jim Marohn Jr  Robert Baggitt Jr         2  Tech Titan  2  4/4Q  4°/3T  2°/Q  2/2  2/3H 1:55.4  29.4 2.20   Corey Callahan  Jonas Czernyson         3  Prince De Vie  3  2/1H  2/1H  3/2  3/2T  3/3T 1:56.0  29.3 3.20   Victor Kirby  Tony Alagna         4  Catch All  4  7/8Q  6/8Q  6/6H  6/6  4/3T 1:56.0  28.4 23.00   Gregory Merton  Bob Stewart         6  Better Call Saul  6  3/3  3/3  5/5  5/5Q  5/5 1:56.1  29.1 45.00   Oyvind Hegdal  Tom Shay         7  Edinburgh  7  5/5H  5°/5Q  4°/3  4/4Q  6/5T 1:56.2  29.4 6.30   John Campbell  Mark Ford         5  Plot Twist  5  8/10H  7/11  7/9H  7/9H  7/9T 1:57.1  29.2 41.20   Jim Marshall III  Dawn Anderson         9  Gone Viral  9  9/11T  8/12H  8/12  8/13Q  8/16H 1:58.2  30.0 171.20   Gareth Dowse  Ray Schnittker         10  Moulin Rouge  10X  10/DIS  9/DIS  9/DIS  9/DIS  9/63 2:07.4    99.30   Chuck Connor Jr  Janice Connor         1  Gleaming Memory  1  6X/6T  X10X/DIS  10/DIS  10/DIS  10/DIS     55.30   Oskar Florhed  Ake Svanstedt       Time:  28.3 57.2  (28.4) 1:26.0  (28.3) 1:55.1  (29.1)     HN  Horse  Driver Win  Place  Show    8  Bucketlist Hanover  Jim Marohn Jr 4.80  2.60  2.40    2  Tech Titan  Corey Callahan   3.00  2.40    3  Prince De Vie  Victor Kirby     3.20    Win, Place, Show Pool: $44,592       Wager Type  Numbers/Payouts Pool     Exacta  (8-2 $12.00) $58,555     Trifecta  (8-2-3 $35.60) $46,113      1st Bucketlist Hanover  (3, G   Cantab Hall - Bar Queen - Malabar Man) Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Van Camp Trotting Corp - ON, Bradley Maxwell - ON Breeder(s):  Hanover Shoe Farms Inc - PA ** View Top 3 Finishers (+)   ↑ Top of Page       RACE 2 - Meadowlands - NJ - July 23, 2016  Conditions: N/W $3,500 in Last 5 Starts - DASH FOR THE "G" NOTES Starters in a Class Higher Than N/W $6,000 in Last Start Ineligible Winners Over $25,000 in 2016 Ineligible    Gait: Pace     Purse: $6,500     Class: nw3500L5cd     Distance: 1 mile     Track Cond: FT     Temp-Allow: 90-0     Off Time: 7:42 PM HN  Horse  PP  1/4  1/2  3/4  Str  Finish Actual LQ Odds  Driver  Trainer     3  Dial Or Nodial  3  2°/1  1/1Q  1/NS  1/1  1/HD 1:51.4  27.1 *0.50   David Miller  Christopher Freck         7  Firstclassallthway  6  1/1  2/1Q  3/1  2/1  2/HD 1:51.4  27.0 4.40   Yannick Gingras  Ron Burke         6  Relentless Dreamer  5  6/7  6/6H  6°°/3  4/2T  3/H 1:51.4  26.3 12.90   John Campbell  Anthony Azarow         8  Twincreeks Jesse  7  7/8H  7/7T  7/4Q  7/4Q  4/2T 1:52.2  27.0 59.90   Brett Miller  Ann Depietro         2  Hilarious Halo  2  4/3  4/3T  5/2T  6/3Q  5/3Q 1:52.2  27.1 25.80   Jim Marshall III  Pat Lachance         9  Windsong Gorgeous  8  8/10  8/9  8°°/4Q  8/5T  6/3T 1:52.3  27.1 14.90   Jim Marohn Jr  Michael Russo         5  Deny Deny Deny  4  5/4H  5/5Q  4°/1H  5/3Q  7/4Q 1:52.3  27.4 65.60   Corey Callahan  John Urbanski         1  Village Beat  1  3/1H  3/2H  2°/NS  3/1T  8/4Q 1:52.3  28.0 5.40   Gregory Merton  Mark Ford         4  Mayflowermoonshine  SCR  SK        SCR          Gary Levine       Time:  27.4 55.3  (27.4) 1:24.3  (29.0) 1:51.4  (27.1)     HN  Horse  Driver Win  Place  Show    3  Dial Or Nodial  David Miller 3.00  2.20  2.10    7  Firstclassallthway  Yannick Gingras   3.20  2.80    6  Relentless Dreamer  John Campbell     4.00    Win, Place, Show Pool: $32,069       Wager Type  Numbers/Payouts Pool     Exacta  (3-7 $10.80) $39,335     Trifecta  (3-7-6 $57.20) $27,872     Superfecta  (3-7-6-8 $33.81) $15,765     Daily Double  (8-3 $7.80) $26,891      1st Dial Or Nodial  (10, G   Western Ideal - Smart Dialing - Abercrombie) Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Marita Berglund - NJ Breeder(s):  Arlene Siegel - PA, Jules Siegel - PA ** View Top 3 Finishers (+)     Scratched: Mayflowermoonshine (VET SK) ↑ Top of Page       RACE 3 - Meadowlands - NJ - July 23, 2016  Conditions: 3 & 4 Year Olds N/W 3 Extended PM Races or $40,000 Lifetime    Gait: Trot     Purse: $11,000     Class: 3-4yrnw3cd     Distance: 1 mile     Track Cond: FT     Temp-Allow: 90-0     Off Time: 8:04 PM HN  Horse  PP  1/4  1/2  3/4  Str  Finish Actual LQ Odds  Driver  Trainer     7  Aldebaran Eagle  7  3°/1Q  1/1H  1/1H  1/3  1/3Q 1:53.0  28.3 2.60   Scott Zeron  Jonas Czernyson         6  Southern Cross  6  1/1Q  2/1H  2/1H  2/3  2/3Q 1:53.3  29.0 5.50   Oskar Florhed  Ake Svanstedt         4  Goin To The Limit  4  2/1Q  4/2H  4/2T  3/4T  3/7 1:54.2  29.2 *2.30   Brett Miller  Tony Alagna         3  Threeupthreedown  3  4/2Q  6/3T  6/5T  5/6T  4/10H 1:55.0  29.2 36.00   Victor Kirby  Edwin Gannon Jr         10  Jazebel De Vie  10  10/9T  10/6Q  8°/9T  7/10Q  5/13 1:55.3  29.1 12.80   David Miller  Henrik Lundell         5  Celebrity Express  5  8°/6H  7°/4  5°/4Q  4/6T  6/14 1:55.4  30.3 4.60   John Campbell  Staffan Lind         1  Granite State  1  6/4  8/5  9/10T  8/13Q  7/14H 1:55.4  29.1 65.20   Yannick Gingras  Tom Fanning         9  Black Broadway  9  5°/3  3°/1H  3°/1H  6/8Q  8/15 1:56.0  31.2 17.80   Corey Callahan  Michael Eaton         8  Massive Clout  8  9/8Q  9°/6  7/8H  9/15Q  9/23T 1:57.4  31.4 147.30   Marcus Melander  Marcus Melander         2  Glad All Over  2  7°/5Q  5°X/2T  X10/15T  10X/30Q  X10X/56 2:04.1  36.3 6.60   Jim Marohn Jr  Ross Croghan       Time:  28.1 56.2  (28.1) 1:24.2  (28.0) 1:53.0  (28.3)     HN  Horse  Driver Win  Place  Show    7  Aldebaran Eagle  Scott Zeron 7.20  4.20  3.00    6  Southern Cross  Oskar Florhed   5.80  3.80    4  Goin To The Limit  Brett Miller     2.80    Win, Place, Show Pool: $39,813       Wager Type  Numbers/Payouts Pool     Exacta  (7-6 $33.00) $55,588     Trifecta  (7-6-4 $124.20) $38,615      1st Aldebaran Eagle  (4, H   Muscle Hill - Letsjustalkaboutme - Self Possessed) Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Aldebaran Park Inc. - NJ Breeder(s):  Diamond Creek Farm LLC - PA, Exquisite Farms - NY, Melvin Hartman - ON ** View Top 3 Finishers (+)   ↑ Top of Page       RACE 4 - Meadowlands - NJ - July 23, 2016  Conditions: KINDERGARTEN 2 Year Old Colts & Geldings - 1st Leg    Gait: Pace     Purse: $10,000     Class: Kndrgrtn     Distance: 1 mile     Track Cond: FT     Temp-Allow: 90-0     Off Time: 8:26 PM HN  Horse  PP  1/4  1/2  3/4  Str  Finish Actual LQ Odds  Driver  Trainer     1  Odds On Delray  Somebeachsomewhere-  My Little Dragon  1  2/1H  2/1Q  2/1H  2/1H  1/HD 1:52.4  27.1 *0.60   Scott Zeron  Tony Alagna         2  Air Strike  Always A Virgin-  My Best Girl  2  1/1H  1/1Q  1/1H  1/1H  2/HD 1:52.4  27.2 8.00   Brett Miller  Joe Holloway         5  Chip Walther  Art Major-  Bittorsweet Terror  5  6/11Q  6/7T  6°/7  5/6Q  3/3T 1:53.3  26.4 3.80   John Campbell  Erv Miller         3  Manattack  American Ideal-Wisdom  3  4/6Q  4/4T  4°/3H  3/4  4/4H 1:53.3  27.3 4.90   Corey Callahan  Jessica Okusko         8  Southwind Diablo  American Ideal-  Shady Darling  8  3/3H  3/3Q  3°/2Q  4/5  5/8Q 1:54.2  28.3 32.10   Marcus Melander  Marcus Melander         6  Hypothetical  Somebeachsomewhere-  Restive Hanover  6  7/14  7/9Q  7/8H  6/9  6/10Q 1:54.4  27.4 75.10   Victor Kirby  Tony Alagna         7  Jk Pridenjoy  Rock N Roll Heaven-  J K Pure Pearl  7X  8/21  8/10H  8/10Q  7/14  7/21T 1:57.1  29.4 65.50   David Miller  Nancy Johansson         4  Independent One  Rocknroll Hanover-  Sun N Sand  4  5/8T  5/6Q  X5X/6H  X8X/26  8/59 2:04.3  38.0 26.00   Yannick Gingras  John Butenschoen       Time:  27.1 56.2  (29.1) 1:25.2  (29.0) 1:52.4  (27.2)     HN  Horse  Driver Win  Place  Show    1  Odds On Delray  Scott Zeron 3.20  2.40  2.10    2  Air Strike  Brett Miller   5.20  3.00    5  Chip Walther  John Campbell     2.80    Win, Place, Show Pool: $54,726       Wager Type  Numbers/Payouts Pool     Exacta  (1-2 $14.00) $67,668     Trifecta  (1-2-5 $45.80) $51,329     Superfecta  (1-2-5-3 $6.53) $29,261     Pick 3  (3-7-1 $17.30) $5,881      1st Odds On Delray  (2, H   Somebeachsomewhere - My Little Dragon - Dragon Again) Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Odds On Racing - FL Breeder(s):  Av & Son Bloodstock LLC - NY ** View Top 3 Finishers (+)   ↑ Top of Page       RACE 5 - Meadowlands - NJ - July 23, 2016  Conditions: 3 & 4 Year Olds N/W 2 Extended PM Races or $20,000 Lifetime Wins for $3,000 or Less First Money Not Considered (State Bred Excluded) Maidens Drawn Inside    Gait: Pace     Purse: $10,000     Class: 3-4yrnw2cd     Distance: 1 mile     Track Cond: FT     Temp-Allow: 90-0     Off Time: 8:47 PM HN  Horse  PP  1/4  1/2  3/4  Str  Finish Actual LQ Odds  Driver  Trainer     1  Winning Linc  1  4/3  4/2H  6/3H  5/2H  1/H 1:51.3  27.4 20.40   Scott Zeron  Tony Alagna         3  Spicebomb  3  5/4H  5°/3H  3°/1Q  2/1  2/H 1:51.3  28.1 2.30   David Miller  Kelvin Harrison         4  Jann And Dean  4  1/HD  1/1Q  1/NS  1/1  3/1 1:51.4  28.3 *2.20   Brett Miller  Sam De Pinto         9  Uncle Nicky  9  2°/HD  3/1Q  4/2  4/1  4/2H 1:52.0  28.2 26.60   John Campbell  Thomas Cancelliere         2  Gotti  2  7/7T  7/7H  7°/4T  7/4T  5/3 1:52.1  28.0 63.60   Victor Kirby  Joshua Parker         10  Sossy`s King Kong  10  6/6  6°/5  5°/3  6/3T  6/3T 1:52.2  28.3 7.20   Yannick Gingras  Ron Burke         5  Hollyrock Heyden  5  3/1Q  2°/1Q  2°/NS  3/1  7/5 1:52.3  29.2 2.40   Corey Callahan  Ross Croghan         8  Bruce`s Magic  8  10/13T  9°/10Q  8/7T  8/7  8/7Q 1:53.0  28.1 16.00   Gregory Merton  Bruce Lauer         7  Headforthebeach  7  9/12  10/11Q  9°/9H  9/9H  9/9 1:53.2  28.2 85.00   Jim Marshall III  Noel Daley         6  Combat  6  8/10Q  8/9Q  X10/11  10/24H  10/37 1:59.0  33.3 56.90   Jim Marohn Jr  Steve Elliott       Time:  27.4 55.2  (27.3) 1:23.1  (27.4) 1:51.3  (28.2)     HN  Horse  Driver Win  Place  Show    1  Winning Linc  Scott Zeron 42.80  13.40  6.40    3  Spicebomb  David Miller   4.80  3.00    4  Jann And Dean  Brett Miller     3.40    Win, Place, Show Pool: $54,616       Wager Type  Numbers/Payouts Pool     Exacta  (1-3 $145.40) $61,427     Trifecta  (1-3-4 $537.00) $39,648     Superfecta  (1-3-4-9 $349.07) $28,583     Pick 5  (8-3,4-7-1-1 (4 OF 5) $5.00), (8-3,4-7-1-1 (5 OF 5) $553.25) $41,494     Pentafecta  (1-3-4-9-2 $47,949.90) $11,422      1st Winning Linc  (3, H   Rocknroll Hanover - Venusinbluejeans - Ft Apache Hanover) Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Alagna Racing LLC - NJ Breeder(s):  John Carver - IA ** View Top 3 Finishers (+)   ↑ Top of Page       RACE 6 - Meadowlands - NJ - July 23, 2016  Conditions: N/W $15,000 in Last 5 Starts Optional Claiming $50,000 AE: N/W $17,500 in Last 5 Starts or in 2016 Drawn Outside    Gait: Pace     Purse: $17,500     Class: nw15000L5     Distance: 1 mile     Track Cond: FT     Temp-Allow: 90-0     Off Time: 9:08 PM HN  Horse  PP  1/4  1/2  3/4  Str  Finish Actual LQ Odds  Driver  Trainer     6  Dealt A Winner  6  1°/1H  1/1T  1/2Q  1/3H  1/5 1:48.2  27.2 *2.00   David Miller  Mark Silva         3  Clear Vision  3  4/2H  3/3  3/3T  3/4T  2/5 1:49.2  27.3 2.00   Yannick Gingras  Ron Burke         7  Ashley`s Husband  7  7/12H  7/9T  5°/8Q  5/8H  3/7H 1:49.4  27.1 3.30   Brett Miller  Kyle Spagnola         2  Dude`s The Man  2  2/1H  2/1T  2/2Q  2/3H  4/7T 1:50.0  28.3 4.80   Corey Callahan  Jessica Okusko         5  Itrustyou  5  6/11  6/8H  7°/10  7/10Q  5/9Q 1:50.1  27.1 13.20   Robert Di Nozzi  Pj Fraley         1  Jet Airway  1  5/8H  5/7  6/8T  6/9H  6/10H 1:50.2  27.3 23.20   John Campbell  Erv Miller         4  Mattamerican  4  3°/2H  4/4H  4/5Q  4/7H  7/11T 1:50.4  28.4 20.10   Scott Zeron  Andrew Harris       Time:  26.3 53.4  (27.1) 1:21.0  (27.1) 1:48.2  (27.2)     HN  Horse  Driver Win  Place  Show    6  Dealt A Winner  David Miller 6.00  3.00  2.40    3  Clear Vision  Yannick Gingras   2.80  2.40    7  Ashley`s Husband  Brett Miller     2.60    Win, Place, Show Pool: $49,197       Wager Type  Numbers/Payouts Pool     Exacta  (6-3 $16.40) $48,938     Trifecta  (6-3-7 $45.80) $35,397     Superfecta  (6-3-7-2 $5.74) $23,240     Pick 3  (1-1-6 $105.50) $8,079     Pick 4  (7-1-1-6 $251.15) $34,091      1st Dealt A Winner  (4, G   Cam`s Card Shark - Lazan Hanover - Matt`s Scooter) Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Jeffrey Snyder - NY Breeder(s):  Hanover Shoe Farms Inc - PA ** View Top 3 Finishers (+)   ↑ Top of Page       RACE 7 - Meadowlands - NJ - July 23, 2016  Conditions: N/W $11,500 in Last 5 Starts or in 2016 AE: 3 Year Olds    Gait: Pace     Purse: $13,000     Class: nw11500L5     Distance: 1 mile     Track Cond: FT     Temp-Allow: 90-0     Off Time: 9:34 PM HN  Horse  PP  1/4  1/2  3/4  Str  Finish Actual LQ Odds  Driver  Trainer     2  Bettor Rock On N  2  2/2  2/1H  3/1Q  4/1H  1/NK 1:50.0  27.2 *1.10   David Miller  Andrew Harris         6  El Bloombito  6  7/10H  7/7T  6°/3Q  5/3  2/NK 1:50.0  27.0 5.10   John Campbell  Linda Toscano         5  Rockin Wizard  5  1/2  1/1H  1/Q  1/1  3/T 1:50.1  27.4 15.70   Brett Miller  Michael Russo         7  Blatantly Best  7  8/12  8/9Q  8°/4T  8/4Q  4/1Q 1:50.1  26.4 25.20   Corey Callahan  Larry Remmen         8  Don`tcallmefrancis  8  5/6T  5°/4T  4°/1Q  3/1  5/1T 1:50.2  27.4 9.20   Yannick Gingras  Ron Burke         4  City Pie  4  6/8Q  6/5T  7/4H  7/4  6/3 1:50.3  27.2 25.10   Victor Kirby  Al Annunziata         3  Art History  3  4/5Q  4°/3H  2°/Q  2/1  7/3Q 1:50.3  28.1 1.90   Scott Zeron  Steve Elliott         1  Respectable Dream  1  3/3T  3/3  5/2T  6/4  8/5Q 1:51.0  28.0 73.70   Gregory Merton  Richard Silverman       Time:  26.3 54.4  (28.1) 1:22.2  (27.3) 1:50.0  (27.3)     HN  Horse  Driver Win  Place  Show    2  Bettor Rock On N  David Miller 4.20  2.60  2.60    6  El Bloombito  John Campbell   4.00  4.00    5  Rockin Wizard  Brett Miller     4.20    Win, Place, Show Pool: $59,561       Wager Type  Numbers/Payouts Pool     Exacta  (2-6 $25.40) $62,700     Trifecta  (2-6-5 $162.20) $58,756     Pick 3  (1-6-2 $157.40) $8,283      1st Bettor Rock On N  (7, G   Bettor`s Delight - Jingle Belle Rock - Caprock) Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Arrhythmic LLC - NY Breeder(s):  Paul Yesberg - NZ, R, A ** View Top 3 Finishers (+)   ↑ Top of Page       RACE 8 - Meadowlands - NJ - July 23, 2016  Conditions: KINDERGARTEN 2 Year Old Colts & Geldings - 1st Leg    Gait: Pace     Purse: $10,000     Class: Kndrgrtn     Distance: 1 mile     Track Cond: FT     Temp-Allow: 90-0     Off Time: 9:54 PM HN  Horse  PP  1/4  1/2  3/4  Str  Finish Actual LQ Odds  Driver  Trainer     2  Lindythefourteenth  Somebeachsomewhere-  Antoinette Hanover  2  4/6T  4/5H  6/5H  4/3H  1/NK 1:52.0  28.0 6.40   Scott Zeron  Frank Antonacci         7  Machiavelli  Somebeachsomewhere-  So Perfect  7  1/2H  1/1H  1/1Q  2/H  2/NK 1:52.0  29.0 6.80   David Miller  Joe Holloway         9  Very Special Agent  Art Major-Ask Alice  9  5/8Q  5/7  3°/1T  1/H  3/NK 1:52.0  28.3 *0.60   Yannick Gingras  Nancy Johansson         6  Andy`s Ideal  American Ideal-Slainte  6  2/2H  2/1H  2/1Q  3/2H  4/3Q 1:52.3  29.2 3.80   Corey Callahan  Joe Holloway         4  Benji`s Best  Roll With Joe-  Winbak Isabella  4  6/11  6/8T  5°/4H  5/5H  5/3T 1:52.4  29.0 17.40   Gregory Merton  Scott Blackler         8  Harry Terror  Western Terror-  Lady Graceful  8  9°/17Q  8/12T  7°/8Q  6/7  6/4 1:52.4  28.1 72.30   Jim Marohn Jr  John Butenschoen         1  Beach Pro  Somebeachsomewhere-  Allamerican Toffee  1  3/4T  3/4  4/3T  7/8H  7/11H 1:54.1  30.2 59.40   Victor Kirby  Tony Alagna         3  Humboldt  American Ideal-  Ladys Special Girl  3  7/13  7/11Q  8/9H  8X/12  8/21H 1:56.1  31.2 22.60   Brett Miller  Jimmy Takter         5  Rap It Up  Well Said-Be Bop A Lula  5  8/15T  9/16Q  9/16H  9/20  9/28 1:57.3  31.2 73.10   John Campbell  Rick Dane Jr       Time:  26.3 54.3  (28.0) 1:23.0  (28.2) 1:52.0  (29.0)     HN  Horse  Driver Win  Place  Show    2  Lindythefourteenth  Scott Zeron 14.80  5.00  3.20    7  Machiavelli  David Miller   6.20  3.80    9  Very Special Agent  Yannick Gingras     2.60    Win, Place, Show Pool: $57,966       Wager Type  Numbers/Payouts Pool     Exacta  (2-7 $87.60) $63,413     Trifecta  (2-7-9 $185.00) $46,075     Superfecta  (2-7-9-6 $24.87) $34,558     Pick 3  (6-2-2 $59.80) $8,920      1st Lindythefourteenth  (2, H   Somebeachsomewhere - Antoinette Hanover - Rocknroll Hanover) Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Lindy Farms Of Conn - CT Breeder(s):  Lindy Racing Stable - CT ** View Top 3 Finishers (+)   ↑ Top of Page       RACE 9 - Meadowlands - NJ - July 23, 2016  Conditions: N/W $5,500 in Last 5 Starts or $10,000 in 2015/16 Starters in a Class Higher Than N/W $7,775 in Last Start Ineligible Optional Claiming $12,500 New Jersey Sired or Owned Preferred    Gait: Pace     Purse: $8,750     Class: nw5500L5cd     Distance: 1 mile     Track Cond: FT     Temp-Allow: 90-0     Off Time: 10:15 PM HN  Horse  PP  1/4  1/2  3/4  Str  Finish Actual LQ Odds  Driver  Trainer     2  Intheblinkofaneye  2  4°/2T  1°°/H  1/1T  2/1  1DH/H 1:51.2  28.3 *1.00   David Miller  Tara Hynes         7  Yippity Hanover  7  8/9Q  8°/7  4°°/2T  1/1  1DH/H 1:51.2  28.0 23.20   John Campbell  Linda Toscano         3  Mister Truth  3  3/2  4/3Q  8/6T  7/5  3/H 1:51.2  27.1 20.00   Victor Kirby  Bruce Saunders         10  Whataorse  10  10/12H  10°/8H  7°°/6  5/3Q  4/1 1:51.3  27.3 83.20   Jim Marshall III  Dennis Watson         5  Darcee N  5  1°/H  2°/H  2/1T  3/3  5/1 1:51.3  28.2 2.90   Yannick Gingras  Ron Burke         1  Yacht King  1  5/4Q  5°/4  3°/1T  4/3  6/2 1:51.4  28.3 5.30   Scott Zeron  Michael Russo         4  Gratias Deo  4  6/5T  6°/5H  6°/5  6/3T  7/2Q 1:51.4  28.0 4.90   Corey Callahan  John Butenschoen         9  Southwind Indy  9  9/11  9/7T  10°°/7  8/5  8/3Q 1:52.0  27.4 88.10   Brett Miller  Al Annunziata         6  Prince Palani  6  7/7Q  7/6  9°/6T  9/5Q  9/4Q 1:52.1  28.0 48.50   Jim Marohn Jr  Patti Harmon         8  Stimulus Plan  8  2/H  3/1T  5/4T  10/10Q  10/20 1:55.2  31.3 47.70   Gregory Merton  John Balzer       Time:  27.1 54.2  (27.1) 1:22.4  (28.2) 1:51.2  (28.3)     HN  Horse  Driver Win  Place  Show    2  Intheblinkofaneye  David Miller 2.80  3.00  2.80    7  Yippity Hanover  John Campbell 15.40  12.00  6.40    3  Mister Truth  Victor Kirby     7.60    Win, Place, Show Pool: $56,687       Wager Type  Numbers/Payouts Pool     Exacta  (2-7 $40.00), (7-2 $100.00) $51,997     Trifecta  (2-7-3 $335.80), (7-2-3 $675.40) $38,123     Superfecta  (2-7-3-10 $277.51), (7-2-3-10 $766.80) $30,836      1st Intheblinkofaneye  (11, G   Cole Muffler - Paint The Picture - Artsplace) Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Tara Hynes - NJ Breeder(s):  Cottonwood Farm Inc - IL, Lake To Sky Farms LLC - OR 1st Yippity Hanover  (4, G   American Ideal - Yankee Lover - Art Major) Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Stake Your Claim Stable - NJ, Fred Wallace - NY, Camelot Stable Inc - NJ Breeder(s):  Robert Tucker - NJ, Lauren Tucker - NJ ** View Top 3 Finishers (+)   ↑ Top of Page       RACE 10 - Meadowlands - NJ - July 23, 2016  Conditions: N/W $3,500 in Last 5 Starts - DASH FOR THE "G" NOTES Starters in a Class Higher Than N/W $6,000 in Last Start Ineligible Winners Over $25,000 in 2016 Ineligible    Gait: Pace     Purse: $6,500     Class: nw3500L5cd     Distance: 1 mile     Track Cond: FT     Temp-Allow: 90-0     Off Time: 10:38 PM HN  Horse  PP  1/4  1/2  3/4  Str  Finish Actual LQ Odds  Driver  Trainer     3  Moonlight Ransom  3  2/1  1/1Q  1/1H  1/1  1/1 1:51.4  28.0 *1.40   Scott Zeron  Brian Magie Jr         9  World Peace  9  1°/1  2/1Q  2/1H  2/1  2/1 1:52.0  28.0 6.80   David Miller  Gary Levine         5  Montana Pablo A  5  6/9Q  6°/7Q  5°/5  3/3H  3/3 1:52.2  27.3 7.60   Jim Marohn Jr  Elizabeth Carotenuto         6  Bittersweet Champ  6  7/10T  7°/8H  6°/6Q  4/5  4/3H 1:52.2  27.2 17.30   Gareth Dowse  Gareth Dowse         4  Stay Up Late  4  4/5  4/4  4/5  X7/9  5/8 1:53.2  28.3 4.90   Brett Miller  Al Annunziata         2  Arts Blaze  2  3/2H  3/2H  3/3  5/6  6/9H 1:53.3  29.1 7.10   Corey Callahan  John Urbanski         8  Lennon Blue Chip  8  9/14H  9°/10T  8°/9H  6/9  7/10Q 1:53.4  28.1 96.80   Dustin Blumenfeld  Paul Blumenfeld         7  Sawbuck  7  8/13  8/10  9°°/10T  8/10  8/11Q 1:54.0  28.0 30.30   John Campbell  John McDermott Jr.         1  Vice Consul N  1  5/7T  5/6T  7/9Q  9/12H  9/15 1:54.4  29.1 4.80   Yannick Gingras  Ron Burke       Time:  27.2 55.3  (28.1) 1:23.4  (28.1) 1:51.4  (28.0)     HN  Horse  Driver Win  Place  Show    3  Moonlight Ransom  Scott Zeron 4.80  3.00  2.60    9  World Peace  David Miller   5.20  3.40    5  Montana Pablo A  Jim Marohn Jr     3.00    Win, Place, Show Pool: $51,221       Wager Type  Numbers/Payouts Pool     Exacta  (3-9 $38.80) $58,284     Trifecta  (3-9-5 $174.40) $39,908     Superfecta  (3-9-5-6 $45.95) $31,885     Pick 3  (2-2-3 $25.50), (2-7-3 $509.80) $9,074     Pick 4  (2-2-2,7-3 $56.25) $58,266      1st Moonlight Ransom  (7, G   Artiscape - Windsun Caprice - Cam`s Card Shark) Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Gus Johnston - NY, Alan Johnston - NY Breeder(s):  Winbak Farm - MD ** View Top 3 Finishers (+)   ↑ Top of Page       RACE 11 - Meadowlands - NJ - July 23, 2016  Conditions: KINDERGARTEN 2 Year Old Fillies - 1st Leg    Gait: Pace     Purse: $10,000     Class: Kndrgrtn     Distance: 1 mile     Track Cond: FT     Temp-Allow: 90-0     Off Time: 10:56 PM HN  Horse  PP  1/4  1/2  3/4  Str  Finish Actual LQ Odds  Driver  Trainer     8  She`s Watching  Rocknroll Hanover-  Baberhood  8  4/3Q  5/3T  2°/1H  1/T  1/NS 1:52.1  28.3 *0.20   Yannick Gingras  Tony Alagna         9  Miss Jones  Bettor`s Delight-  Dreams Are Great  9  5°/4Q  2°/NS  1/1H  2/T  2/NS 1:52.1  28.4 7.60   David Miller  Joe Holloway         5  Everyones Watching  Artiscape-  Burnett Blue Chip  5  2/T  3/1  3°/3H  3/3Q  3/3Q 1:52.4  28.4 13.00   Scott Zeron  Tony Alagna         3  Gallic Sea  Somebeachsomewhere-  Galleria  3  8/6T  8/6H  9°/7H  4/8Q  4/4T 1:53.1  28.2 70.70   Jim Marohn Jr  Jim Campbell         4  Lady Juno  Somebeachsomewhere-  Forever Cam  4  6/5Q  6/5Q  8/6Q  6/9T  5/7T 1:53.4  29.1 18.20   Corey Callahan  Jessica Okusko         6  Lets Havea Party  Art Major-City Delight  6  9/8Q  9°/8  7°/6  5/9T  6/10Q 1:54.1  29.3 38.00   Victor Kirby  Tony Alagna         7  Jaye`s A Lady  McArdle-Lunar Tide  7  7°/6T  7°/5Q  5°/4T  7/10T  7/15Q 1:55.1  30.4 12.90   John Campbell  Nancy Johansson         2  Tori Hanover  Somebeachsomewhere-  Trim Hanover  2  1°/T  1/NS  4/3H  9I/12T  9P8/31 1:58.2  34.2 19.40   Brett Miller  Tony Alagna         1  Thefoolalwaysrocks  Always A Virgin-  This Fool Rocks  1  3/2  4/2H  6/4T  8X/11T  8P9/26H 1:57.2  33.0 35.70   Gregory Merton  Joe Holloway       Time:  27.2 55.1  (27.4) 1:23.2  (28.1) 1:52.1  (28.4)     HN  Horse  Driver Win  Place  Show    8  She`s Watching  Yannick Gingras 2.40  2.10  2.10    9  Miss Jones  David Miller   4.20  2.80    5  Everyones Watching  Scott Zeron     4.00    Win, Place, Show Pool: $38,194       Wager Type  Numbers/Payouts Pool     Exacta  (8-9 $7.20) $53,213     Trifecta  (8-9-5 $33.40) $40,108     Superfecta  (8-9-5-3 $27.33) $31,900     Pick 3  (2-3-8 $4.50), (7-3-8 $126.60) $12,047      1st She`s Watching  (2, M   Rocknroll Hanover - Baberhood - Real Desire) Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Brittany Farms - KY, Marvin Katz - ON Breeder(s):  Perretti Farms - NJ ** View Top 3 Finishers (+)   ↑ Top of Page       RACE 12 - Meadowlands - NJ - July 23, 2016  Conditions: N/W $3,500 in Last 5 Starts - DASH FOR THE "G" NOTES Starters in a Class Higher Than N/W $6,000 in Last Start Ineligible Winners Over $25,000 in 2016 Ineligible    Gait: Pace     Purse: $6,500     Class: nw3500L5cd     Distance: 1 mile     Track Cond: FT     Temp-Allow: 90-0     Off Time: 11:11 PM HN  Horse  PP  1/4  1/2  3/4  Str  Finish Actual LQ Odds  Driver  Trainer     1  Workandplayhard  1  3/1Q  2°/HD  1/4  1/5H  1/3Q 1:51.4  29.3 18.00   Corey Callahan  Ann Depietro         4  Unix Hanover  4  1/Q  3/1  4/5H  4/7  2/3Q 1:52.2  29.1 1.90   Scott Zeron  Scott Blackler         2  Clark P Kent  2  4/2T  4°/2  3°/5  2/5H  3/3T 1:52.3  29.2 26.00   Jim Marohn Jr  Dennis Watson         6  Major Bubbles N  6  8/7Q  8°/4Q  7°°/9Q  5/8  4/4T 1:52.4  28.4 *1.80   Brett Miller  Tom Shay         9  Bettor Not Miss  9  6°/5H  6°/3Q  6°/8Q  6/9Q  5/6T 1:53.1  29.2 7.90   Victor Kirby  Gary Levine         3  Must Be The Bunny  3  7/5T  7/4Q  8/9H  8/9H  6/7Q 1:53.1  29.1 22.90   Dustin Blumenfeld  Paul Blumenfeld         5  Brick Bazooka  5  5°/4Q  5/3  5/7H  7/9Q  7/10H 1:53.4  30.1 35.60   Gregory Merton  Michael Fiumenero         7  Amped Up  7  2°/Q  1/HD  2/4  3/7  8/11 1:54.0  31.0 3.80   Yannick Gingras  Richard Johnson         8  Huxley  8  9/8T  9/5T  9/11H  9/11H  9/11 1:54.0  29.3 32.50   David Miller  John Urbanski       Time:  27.0 55.1  (28.1) 1:22.1  (27.0) 1:51.4  (29.3)     HN  Horse  Driver Win  Place  Show    1  Workandplayhard  Corey Callahan 38.00  11.60  5.20    4  Unix Hanover  Scott Zeron   4.00  2.80    2  Clark P Kent  Jim Marohn Jr     8.40    Win, Place, Show Pool: $34,027       Wager Type  Numbers/Payouts Pool     Exacta  (1-4 $144.40) $31,101     Trifecta  (1-4-2 $1,908.40) $23,867     Superfecta  (1-4-2-6 $269.26) $20,176     Pick 3  (3-8-1 $90.60) $10,462      1st Workandplayhard  (5, G   Western Terror - Slice Of Life - Jate Lobell) Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Madeline Colasanti - NJ Breeder(s):  Kentuckiana Farms Gen Par - KY ** View Top 3 Finishers (+)   ↑ Top of Page       RACE 13 - Meadowlands - NJ - July 23, 2016  Conditions: Claiming Handicap $7,500 - $10,000 New Jersey Sired or Owned Preferred Post Positions Drawn According to Base Price    Gait: Pace     Purse: $6,900     Class: 7500CLHC     Distance: 1 mile     Track Cond: FT     Temp-Allow: 90-0     Off Time: 11:28 PM HN  Horse  PP  1/4  1/2  3/4  Str  Finish Actual LQ Odds  Driver  Trainer     7  Rebel Jet  7  1/1Q  3/1Q  3/1H  3/Q  1/H 1:52.0  28.4 3.90   David Miller  Elizabeth Carotenuto         9  Victorydaze Wilwin  9  5°/4  2°/1Q  2°/HD  1/HD  2/H 1:52.0  29.0 28.80   Joe Martin  Joe Martin         10  Dr C`s Z Tam  10  3°/2Q  1/1Q  1/HD  2/HD  3/1 1:52.1  29.1 5.00   Victor Kirby  Richard Johnson         5  Beat Of Ny  5  8/9Q  8/6H  10/6Q  10/4  4/1H 1:52.1  28.0 22.00   Gregory Merton  Allie Reynolds         1  Bo`s So Hot  1  2/1Q  4/2H  6/3  4/1T  5/2H 1:52.2  28.4 5.90   Brett Miller  John Marulli Jr         8  Dabunka  8  10/12H  9°/6T  7°°°/3T  6/2  6/3 1:52.3  28.4 *1.00   Jim Marohn Jr  Patti Harmon         2  Hacienda  2  7/7Q  7/5Q  8/5  9/4  7/3Q 1:52.3  28.3 115.90   Dustin Blumenfeld  Paul Blumenfeld         4  Stormin Rustler  4  6/4H  5°/2T  4°/1H  5/2  8/4Q 1:52.4  29.3 13.40   Corey Callahan  Michael Posner         3  Prestissimo  3  4/2T  6/3H  5°°/2T  7/3  9/4T 1:53.0  29.2 84.70   Jim Marshall III  John Urbanski         6  Northern Prize  6  9/11  10°/8  9°/5Q  8/3Q  10/5 1:53.0  29.0 32.00   Scott Zeron  James Borke       Time:  26.2 54.0  (27.3) 1:23.0  (29.0) 1:52.0  (29.0)     HN  Horse  Driver Win  Place  Show    7  Rebel Jet  David Miller 9.80  5.60  4.40    9  Victorydaze Wilwin  Joe Martin   18.60  13.60    10  Dr C`s Z Tam  Victor Kirby     5.00    Win, Place, Show Pool: $54,332       Wager Type  Numbers/Payouts Pool     Exacta  (7-9 $262.60) $51,740     Trifecta  (7-9-10 $887.60) $42,463     Superfecta  (7-9-10-5 $471.91) $44,679     Daily Double  (1-7 $263.80) $17,956     Pick 3  (8-1-7 $98.20) $14,163      1st Rebel Jet  (7, G   Jereme`s Jet - Heart Ofthe Matter - Matt`s Scooter) Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Michael Annunziata - NY Breeder(s):  Spring Haven Farm - OH

Reigning National Horse of the Year Wiggle It JiggleIt (Mr Wiggles) came to the Saratoga Racetrack for the first time on Saturday night and was the harness racing 1-9 betting favorite in the 8th annual $260,000 Joe Gerrity Jr. Memorial Pace. Driver Montrell Teague blasted the superstar pacer out early but after seeing he was parked in a fast opening quarter backed off a bit and waited for things to sort out. Wiggle It Jiggleit then blasted up alongside leader All Bets Off (Matt Kakaley) and took over the lead in a half of 54.4. After stealing a third quarter breather, Wiggle It Jiggleit sprinted away in a 27.1 final panel to win by two lengths in 1:51. Bit Of A Legend N (Jordan Stratton) closed quickly up the rail and won the photo for place with All Bets Off earning the show spot in the $260,000 Gerrity. Though the track record wasn't ever in jeopardy on Saturday night, the fans who came out in full force to see the harness racing superstar roared in appreciation as the talented four year old made his way back for the winner circle presentation. It was victory number ten in fifteen starts this year for Wiggle It Jiggleit who is owned by George Teague Inc. and Teague Racing Partnership LLC and trained by Clyde Francis. Wiggle It JiggleIt earnings are now $2,999,000 from 42 starts for 33 wins, 6 seconds and 2 thirds. There was over $600,000 in purse money battled for on the evening's fourteen race card at the Spa. Live racing resumes on Tuesday night as the summer schedule is in full swing with racing every Tuesday through Saturday beginning at 7:05pm each night.   Mike Sardella     Photo: Melissa Simser-Iovino    

YONKERS, NY, Saturday, July 23, 2016 - Yonkers Raceway's pair of Saturday night $45,000 co-featured harness racing Open Handicaps were annexed by Undercover Strike (Tyler Buter, $43.60) and Sapphire City (Brent Holland, $8). Undercover Strike, from post position No. 5 in the weekly featured trot, closed from third-over in the lane to pick off a solid, first-over Shake it Cerry (Dan Dube) by a half-length in 1:54.1. Invading Muscle Up the Goal (Brian Sears) led through early stations of :27.2 and :56.3 before 'Cerry' upended him. She owned a length lead into the lane, only to be nailed late. Resolve (Ake Svanstedt), in his first local start since the 2014 Yonkers Trot, was third. It wasn't the smoothest of trips for the 3-5 choice. Assigned outside his six rivals, he floated from the gate, but found no seat and took back to last. Out and moving by the half, he wound up second-over behind Shake it Cerry, who left the cones right at the same time. Resolve wound up gapping the lass, then flattening late to be beaten two lengths, with E R Ellie (Larry Stalbaum) and Lady's Dude (George Brennan) rounding out the payees. For sixth choice Undercover Strike, an 8-year-old Striking Sahbra gelding owned by Gerard Stuchbury and trained by Tom Milici, it was his ninth win in 14 seasonal starts. The exacta paid $164, with the triple returning $622. The week's featured pace saw Sapphire City, put in play from post No. 6, stalk Great Vintage (Dube). After subsections of :27.1, :56.1 and 1:24.1, Great Vintage was about to wear out his welcome. Before he did, he towed Sapphire City to the passing lane, which he used to whip a second-over, slight 2-1 choice Keystone Velocity (Sears) by a nose in 1:52.2. Polak A (Andy Miller) was a credible, first-up third off the layoff, with Dream Out Loud N (Buter) and UF Rockin' Dragon (Eric Abbatiello) settling for the remainder. For second choice Sapphire City, an 8-year-old Metropolitan gelding trained by Paul Blumenfeld for co-owners Centaur Stables and Jordan Sklut, he's now 5-for-20 this season (50 career wins). The exacta paid $38.40, the triple returned $153 and the superfecta paid $852. Frank Drucker

ANDERSON, Ind.-July 23, 2016 - Hoosier Park Racing & Casino's 2016 All-Star Driver Series highlighted the 14-race harness racing card on Saturday, July 23 and it was Sam Widger who took home top honors and won his share of the $5,000 round 1 prize. In its' third year, the 2016 All-Star Driver Series pitted the top-ten drivers at Hoosier Park against one another in a five-race challenge with the ten coveted spots being based upon wins during the 2016 season. Widger, a 52-year-old, Illinois native, earned two wins, a second, a third, and a ninth place finish during the five-race competition for a total of 49 points to secure the win. John DeLong finished second with 39 points followed by Dan Shetler finishing third with 35 points. John DeLong found the winner's circle in the opening race of the challenge behind Skyway Billy for 15 points while Rick Plano and KW Express finished second to earn nine points. Widger was only able to muster a ninth place finish, earning two points. In the very next race, Dan Shetler and Why Ya Wanna used a gate-to-wire performance to find the winner's circle in a new lifetime best of 1:53.4. Trace Tetrick and Harley J rallied well to finish second while Legal Image got up for third place honors to give Widger 8 points. Widger eventually found the winner's circle in the third race of the challenge behind If I Lose for trainer Brett Selby, also scoring gate to wire in 1:51.4. After the third race of the challenge, three different drivers had found the winner's circle and it appeared to be a wide open affair. Widger lead all drivers with 25 points while Dan Shetler and John DeLong were tied with 24. After the fourth race of the series and just one race left to go, Mike Peterson garnered 15 points to move into third place with 30 points after a win behind Always A Force while just two points separated DeLong and Widger. Dan Shetler had accumulated 29 points for fourth. Widger was able to clinch the Round 1 trophy and the lion's share of the $5,000 prize in the final race by steering Steviescooter to victory in 1:52.3 by two and a half lengths for trainer Steve Brannan. DeLong secured second place in the series after a fourth place finish with Justlikeithought while Dan Shetler moved into third. "The last race of the challenge really worked out in my favor," Widger noted in the winner's circle. "Of course, you can play the races out in your head all you want but you can never be sure how they will go when the gate folds. Things worked out for me and I also had a little racing luck." Now in his 30th season as a driver, Widger has over 5,000 career wins as a driver and is responsible for the winners of over $42 million in purse earnings. Widger has been a mainstay atop the Hoosier Park leading driver ranks for the past several seasons and is currently third in the standings for the 2016 harness racing season. Widger is anxious to make amends for his second place finish in the 2015 Driver Series at Hoosier Park. "These challenges are always a lot of fun," Widger continued. "I was pretty happy with my picks coming in to tonight and felt good about my chances. I would love to win it all this year, I haven't forgotten about finishing second last year. We have fun with it and I'd like to thank everyone that made this possible." Widger will look to defend his title in round 2 of the All-Star Driver Series slated for Saturday, October 22 at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino. While round 2 will be conducted in the same manner as the first, the winner of the final challenge will have their choice of a dream prize, a $10,000 cash prize, an exotic vacation, or their favorite "always wanted to have" toy. With the points carrying over, the top eight finishers from round 1 will return for round 2 on Saturday, October 22 and the final two positions will be determined by the official Hoosier Park standings at the conclusion of racing on Saturday, October 15. Live racing will return to Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Tuesday, July 26 with a 14-race card. With a daily post time of 5:45 p.m., live racing will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule and be conducted through November 12. For more information on the upcoming entertainment and live racing schedule, please visit www.hoosierpark.com. Emily Gaskin

The $12,000 Open Handicap Trot was the featured event on the Saturday night Harness Racing Card at Running Aces, and the very sharp 6 year old gelding Flameon (by Angus Hall) picked up his eighth win of the year in just his 13th start, by posting a dominant performance in the contest. It was a 3-wide early battle for the lead, and Flameon with driver Dean Magee charged through the middle of two rivals to take command of the field just before the 28.0 quarter mile, he then benefitted from a 30.0 second stanza and led through the rest of the fractions of 58.0 and 1:26.4 before trotting home in 29.1 to secure the win over a hard charging pocket-sitter Big Expense (Mooney Svendsen) and longshot Where’s The Clicker (Brian Detgen) was third in the 1:56 mile. Flameon is owned and Trained by Mark Anderson, and now sports a 2016 bankroll of $39,310. He paid $10.60 at the windows. In the $6,000 Minnesota-Sired B Pace for $6,000 Cyrax (by Intrepid Seelster) with Brian Detgen in the sulky posted another impressive win, lowering his lifetime mark to 1:54.3 this evening with a 2¾ length tally, his sixth lifetime win in 8 lifetime starts for Owner James Springer and Trainer Robert Lems, he paid $2.60 as the heavy race favorite. The $9,000 class A split went to Stuckey Dote (by Voracious Hanover) with driver Jim Marino for two in a row, he also lowered his lifetime best tonight with his two length score in 1:55. It was the 9th lifetime win in 13 career starts for Stuckey Dote, who is Owned and Trained by Merlin Van Oterloo. In a $6,000 conditioned Trot, the 3 year old filly My Little Susie (by Claudius Augustus) posted her 14th lifetime win, and 11th of the season with Trainer/Driver Steve Wiseman in the bike, by just holding off last year’s 3 year old Minnesota Champion Filly Becky Badger Baby (Nick Roland) in a 1:57 lifetime best mile, she paid $3.60 and is owned by A Piece of The Action, LLC. Driver Nick Roland posted a Hat-Trick on the card, while Luke Plano and Dean Magee both had driving doubles this evening. The next card of Live Harness Racing will go to post on Sunday, July 24th with a post time of 6:00 PM CDT. Running Aces will be adding Wednesday Live Racing starting this coming Wednesday, July  27th. By Darin Gagne, Running Aces Track Announcer

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ (July 23, 2016) – One week after the late Jackpot Super High Five featured a mandatory payout that returned $3,269 to 276 winning tickets, the early Jackpot Super High Five was hit by one lucky harness racing horseplayer for $47,949.90 for a 20-cent wager at The Meadowlands tonight.. The jackpot carryover was $38,241 entering Saturday night. The winning ticket was purchased through 4NJBets.com. The early Jackpot Super High Five had gone unclaimed since April 1 when it was hit for $20,354. Winning Linc, driven by Scott Zeron and trained by Tony Alagna, keyed the winning sequence, winning the fifth race in the final strides at 20/1. He was followed across the finish line by narrow second wagering choice Spicebomb and favored Jann and Dean. Uncle Nicky was fourth at 26/1 and the sequence was rounded out by 63/1 Gotti. For more information, visit www.playmeadowlands.com. Justin Horowitz

WILKES-BARRE PA - On Saturday night at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono, Anthony Napolitano returned to nighttime sulky action for the first time since a racing accident here on May 31, and there were no signs of rust visible on his driving skills - in fact, in races three through ten at The Downs Saturday, if your last name wasn't "Napolitano" you did not gain admittance to the harness racing winners circle, as big brother George won five of the octet of contests, and Anthony triumphed in the other three.   The last in this string of Napolitano victories went to George, again the winningest driver at the mountain oval, and the Rocknroll Hanover gelding Bushwacker in the $18,000 pacing feature, setting the pace and coming home with a pair of 27.2 back quarters to win in 1:50. Life wasn't easy in the stretch for the 1 to 2 favorite, however, as Dreams Beachboy - and "Ant'ny Nap" - made a charge up the Pocono Pike, but came up a half-length short to the Chris Ryder trainee, who boosted his earnings to the very brink of half-million-dollar status -- $499,587 - for owner Henderson Farms.   Anthony got revenge on George, and added a fourth winner on the night, by taking the $15,500 featured trot with Armor Hanover, an altered seven-year-old son of SJ's Caviar who won in 1:52 to not only take a new mark but also equal the national season's record. George set the pace with Cufflink Hanover, the favorite and a three-year-old taking on older stock, but "Armor" and Anthony blew right past them down the backstretch and went on to win by six lengths, with Valley Of Sin edging Cufflink Hanover for the deuce. Trainer Doug Berkeley has apparently found the key to the winner of two straight, who had made breaks in three of four starts before his current modest win string, and Doug shares ownership with Leslie Berkeley.   It looked as if the 1:48.4 posted by Soho in the first race, a $15,500 pace, would stand as the quickest mile of the night, but then in the twelfth race Andrew McCarthy, who swept the early Daily Double, then guided the Always A Virgin gelding Vague Traces to a scintillating win in 1:48.2, a new mark and not a bad mile for a horse who came east to be under Ross Croghan's care five starts back and started out in "nw $3000 L5." But the potential has always been there for Vague Traces - he won his first baby qualifier in 1:55.2, as year-older stablemate He's Watching looked on and nodded approvingly, and then last year at three he twice finished third behind two other Indiana-sired horses of some renown, Wiggle It Jiggleit and Freaky Feet Pete, as they traded late-season wins at Hoosier. Off this mile, with Vague Traces coming his own back half in 52.3, coverless brush to the lead included, and winning by 7¾ lengths, the Phil Wiley-owned warrior might develop into a horse not out of place in this year's magnificent FFA crop, headed by the two aforenamed Hoosier horses - and the one who was a year ahead of them, "Miki" something or other.   (And THEN ... all of the above writing was finished as the 15th and final race was going to the gate, and what happened in that $14,000 trot? We kid you not -- the brothers Napolitano finished in a dead-heat for win, giving George six wins on the night and Anthony [he of the supposed "rust"] five! The camera was called on but could not separate George's favored Zooming and Anthony's second choice Upfront Billy, who crossed the aperture of light together in 1:53.3, coming within 3/5 of a second of the world record for a "heater" on a five-eighth mile track and obliterating the old trot DH mark at the only oval to have three triple -dead-heats for win in harness racing history.)   Pocono / PHHA

Vernon, N.Y. -- Parkhill Horton ($24.60) took full advantage of a clear pocket trip in Saturday's $7,500 top-level harness racing Miracle Mile Trot at Vernon Downs, upsetting odds-on pacesetter Lucid Thoughts in 1:54.4.   Truman Gale secured the pocket from the outset with the 8-year-old Oaklea Julian gelding, yielding to Lucid Thoughts (John MacDonald) and drafting cozily through splits of :27.3, :56.4, and 1:25.3. Just above the eighth pole, Parkhill Horton vacated the pegs, reeled in Lucid Thoughts, and edged away to a 1-1/2 length victory while driven. Lucid Thoughts held second, while Winding Hill (Jimmy Whittemore) sustained a mild bid off the far turn to capture third.   Trainer Robert Gale co-owns Parkhill Horton with Jeffrey Agan and David Adsit.   The "New York Night Train" also took the evening's sub-featured $5,500 Miracle Mile trotting event in upset fashion with 15-1 longshot Painite ($33.60). Jocelyn Gale--Truman's wife--handles the training duties of the 7-year-old Plesac mare, who rallied down the grandstand side off a third-over trip to just collar 8-5 favorite Gaelic and Garlic (Claude Huckabone, III) in 1:55.1.   A 14-race Sunday evening card completes the racing week at Vernon Downs, with the Dr. Harry M. Zweig Memorial for 3-year-old trotters sharing center stage with the New York Sire Stakes for 3-year-old pacing fillies. Post time is slated for 6:45 p.m. Eastern.   by James Witherite, Vernon Downs

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

WASHINGTON, PA, July 23, 2016 -- Pure Country continued her relentless march to a second straight harness racing divisional title, capturing her fifth consecutive victory in Saturday's Pennsylvania Sires Stake action at The Meadows, part of the Adios eliminations card. Shesasmokinlady took the other division in the $159,350 event for 3-year-old filly pacers known as the Romola Hanover. Pure Country won all 10 starts at 2 en route to her Dan Patch Award. While she's lost three of nine outings this year, the daughter of Somebeachsomewhere-Western Montana appears to have elevated her game to a new level, with victories in the finals of the Fan Hanover and the Lynch and two straight PASS splits. "I've never driven a filly like her," winning driver Brett Miller said. "I don't know if I've ever driven a colt like her. She might be the best horse I've ever driven. To race at the top level like this every week and be that good -- it's amazing. She's one of the smartest fillies I've ever sat behind, and she has the heart of a champion. The couple times I got beat with her, it was probably my fault." In the Romola Hanover, Pure Country grabbed the lead with a quarter-pole move, easily thwarted the first-over challenge of I Said Diamonds and defeated the pocket-sitting Darlinonthebeach by 2-1/2 lengths in 1:50. Shezarealdeal earned show. Jimmy Takter trains Pure Country, who now boasts $1,276,610 in career earnings, for Diamond Creek Racing. Shesasmokinlady also made the front past the quarter for trainer/driver Ray Paver and owner/breeder Iris Horowitz and had just enough in the tank to hold off Newborn Sassy by a nose in 1:50.4. Call Me Queen Be completed the ticket. "I figured if I got away third today, I wasn't sitting," said Paver of Shesasmokinlady, who now has $144,795 in her bankroll. "She usually doesn't get tired, but she looks for a horse to race. A horse never really got to her until late." Although she may reach the PASS final or consolation leg, Paver said a stakes payments snafu has left Shesasmokinlady with only one definite stake engagement -- the Keystone Classic at The Meadows. $100,000 PA Stallion Series -- 3-Year-Old Filly Pacers Saturday's program also featured five divisions of this event; as with the other stakes on the card, this one became "Miller Time." Miller won two splits, giving him four stakes victories on the day, while trainer Michael Hall enjoyed a stake double. The highlight for Miller and Hall was the 1:51.1 win by Dismissal, which lowered the stake record of 1:51.3 previously held by Icommandmyspirt and matched earlier in the day by A List Hanover. Hall owns Dismissal, a daughter of Western Terror-Her Mattjesty. The other three splits went to Terror at Night, Kryptos and Square Dancer. A List Hanover saw her stake record fall, but she turned in a huge performance, challenging first over for longer that winning driver Dan Rawlings intended. "The more I grabbed her, the more her gait became less than perfect," Rawlings said. "So I let her go as fast and as far as she could." Gingertreescarlett finished second, 3 lengths back, with Nip's Beach Girl third. Hall trains and leases A List Hanover, a daughter of Somebeachsomewhere-Allamerican Nadia. Terror At Night also converted a first-over trip to victory, edging by early leader Hug A Dragoness by 1/2 length in 1:51.4, a lifetime mark. Donna's Beach completed the ticket. "She's one of the laziest fillies I've ever driven," Miller said. "You have to make her do her work. When she made the front, she thought the race was over. If you're on the front, it's not as bad, but if you're passing somebody, she pulls up as soon as she gets by." The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

WASHINGTON, PA, July 23, 2016 -- Racing Hill, the 1-5 favorite, overpowered the field as he captured his elimination in the 50th edition of the Delvin Miller Adios Pace for the Orchids in 1:49.1, while Manhattan Beach found late racing room to take Saturday's other $25,000 harness racing elimination at The Meadows. Those two will be joined in next Saturday afternoon's $400,000 Adios final by Check Six, Lyons Snyder, More Dragon, Fernando Hanover, Another Daily Copy, American Passport and Big Top Hanover. Big Top Hanover earned his berth in the field of nine as the fifth place finisher with higher career earnings. Five of the six entrants trained by Ron Burke made it through to the final. The draw for Adios post positions is set for Tuesday at 12:30 PM and can be seen on Meadows Live! The connections of Racing Hill and Manhattan Beach will choose their post positions, with the others drawn randomly. Racing Hill boasted the strongest credentials in the field, having won the final of the $500,000 Hempt Memorial and finishing second in the Meadowlands Pace and the final of the North America Cup--each of those a $1 million event. If that grueling schedule of five tough races in little more than six weeks took anything out of him, it wasn't evident in his Adios elimination. The son of Roll With Joe-Chasing Ideals made the front with an extended quarter pole move for Brett Miller and thwarted the first-over challenge of Pick Six to down him by 3/4 lengths. Early leader Lyons Snyder finished third. "He's just ultra-sharp," said Tony Alagna, who trains Racing Hill for owner/breeder Tom Hill. "He felt so good coming out of the Meadowlands Pace--he was so fresh and jogged great--that I felt good about bringing him here. "If the final had been an open draw, I probably would have preferred that he sit in so we could make the final. But with the new format this year, it's important that you get to pick your post--especially with a bunch of Burke horses making the final. You don't want to draw the 9 hole against a big entry." The victory pushed Racing Hill's lifetime bankroll over $770,000. Manhattan Beach saved ground for most of the mile before Matt Kakaley sent him through a seam in mid-stretch. He held off the Lightning Lane charge of his stablemate, Fernando Hanover, to defeat him by a neck in 1:50.2, a career best. Another Daily Copy, who fronted the mile, saved show. Kakaley said he wasn't worried about being pinned late. "If I'd had to wait for the passing lane, he'd have got through," he said. "There was no worry there. He raced really good in the Meadowlands Pace, and he raced good today. He was sneaky good a few starts before the North America Cup. Hopefully he brings his 'A' game next week." Burke conditions Manhattan Beach, a Somebeachsomewhere-Benear gelding who soared over $200,000 in career earnings, for Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi LLC, Geoffrey Lyons Mound and Wingfield Brothers. As thoughts turned to Tuesday's draw for post positions, both camps seemed to be heading in the same direction. "The inside here is tough to get off," Miller said. "I got away fourth today from the rail, and I was leaving just about as hard as I could. I could live with post 3, but I think I'd rather have post 4, right around there." Kakaley's reasoning was similar. "I don't want the 1 or 2 hole ," he said. "Probably 3 or 4." Evan Pattak

  East Rutherford, NJ - The penultimate edition of harness racing's Breakfast With The Babies got underway at 9:00 at The Meadowlands on a pleasantly hot morning with a considerable cross track breeze.   Trainer Linda Toscano opened the day's activities by revealing another sharp looker from the first crop of her 2012 Horse of the Year Chapter Seven in the filly Seventh Heaven. Making her career debut, Seventh Heaven was reserved off the early fractions by driver Steve Smith then trotted through the stretch with aplomb to nail Kim's Spitfire (John Campbell) late in 2:01.1 with her last quarter much quicker than the 30 seconds on the timer. Richard Balog of Plesac fame bred and retains ownership of the filly.   Havanna Bar was the race two winner in 1:59 with Andy McCarthy at the lines. Andy held the Muscle Massive filly in third early off comfortable fractions then tipped her off the cover of Myrna Myrna (Buzzy Sholty) mid-stretch through the 29 flat final quarter to draw clear by a length. Noel Daley trains Havanna Bar, a $23,000 Harrisburg yearling, for Christer Haggstrom whose day job is coordinating just about everything that goes on for the Elitlopp.   Catch The Game took a record of 1:59 this morning, making a slow grind up to the lead by the 59.4 half for Mark Mac Donald then holding sway over Long Tom (Marcus Melander) and Mac And Pay (Andy Miller) through the 29 second end to the mile. Paul Kelly trains the Muscle Hill $47,000 Lexington yearling and owns him in partnership with Little E, LLC, SRF Stable and Anders Jonsson.   Muscle Hill sired another impressive winner right back the next race in the royally bred Signal Hill. Brett Miller picked up the drive for trainer Tony Alagna and steered the colt right into a pocket trip behind Euro Gap (Jimmy Takter) through a 1:28 three quarters then surged by that rival in deep stretch for the 1:57 record. Southwind Woody (Andy Miller) evidenced some talent with a late gain to be third. Signal Hill cost the partnership of Brittany Farms, Dave McDuffee, Marvin Katz and Adriano Sorella $250,000 at the Lexington sale last fall.   Sky Fulla Star won the first of the pacing races with a deep close in 1:58.4 for Mark Mac Donald. She rated off the pace kindly then used a stretch surge to score over Colorful Jasmine (Corey Callahan) and pace setter Odds On Miami (A. Miller). Bruce Saunders trains Sky Fulla Star for Julie, Francine and Charles "Cotton" Nash of Lexington, where they purchased the Art Major filly for $42,000 last fall.   Captain Velocity was a winner again for Tony Alagna and owner the Trent Stohler Stable, this time in a "shut-down" 1:56.4 / 28:3 for driver Marcus Miller. He led all the way and held sway over the late rally of Mr. Varsity (Brett Miller) with American Dreamer (John Campbell) a solid third.   Trainer Alagna wrapped the morning's baby menu with a winning effort by Art Scene in 1:57.1 /28.1 for Corey Callahan. He got a nice trip, following the leader Bold And Brassy (Jimmy Marohn, Jr) until mid-way on the final bend where he engaged and then went by that stubborn rival late for the win. Rock N Blue was a gaining third for John Campbell. Brittany Farms bred and retains an interest in the son of American Ideal with Alagna Racing, In The Gym Partners and Americam Art Stable.   More Corntastic hijinks and another round of Kindergarten races highlight the card tonight, this one for the two-year-old pacers, at The Meadowlands starting at 7:15.   Meadowlands Media Relations  

HAMBURG, N.Y. --- Instant Thrill was the point leader in his Claiming Championship Series category ($12,500-$15,000 horse and gelding pacers) and he showed that wasn't a fluke by smoking the field in the $15,600 harness racing finale at Buffalo Raceway on a steamy Saturday night (July 23).   Putting up a seasonal best time of 1:54.0, Instant Thrill (Michael Whelan) romped to an 6-3/4 length victory over Keeping Optimistic (David McNeight III) in wire-to-wire fashion and returned a surprising $14.00 for the win.   Using blistering splits of 27.4, 56.2 and 1:25.1, Instant Thrill was up by eight lengths at the top of the stretch as the field was waving the white flag in surrender by then.   Owned by Paul and Ronald Louis Viele and trained by Alex Giuliani, it was his sixth win in 21 starts for Instant Thrill, now a winner of $33,660 this season and $159,187 lifetime.   In the $8,000-$10,000 category of the horse and gelding pacers, Zipnthruthehall (McNeight III) battled with Enzo Seelster (Shawn McDonough) through the stretch before pulling away for a 1-1/2 length decision in a seasonal best 1:56.0 to win the lion's share of the $14,000 purse.   Donegal Jim (Drew Monti) got the perfect pocket trip and rallied in the passing lane to capture the $10,800 event for the $5,000-$7000 colt and gelding pacers. Donegal Jim ($8.40) covered the mile in 1:57.0.   K C Colt sprung a $16.00 upset in the $10,000 battle for the $4,000 horse and gelding pacers with a 1:57.1 time for driver Mickey Holliday.   Socialdelight (Kevin Cummings) was able to nose out a stubborn Im The Cash Man (Drew Monti) to take the title in the $8,000-$12,500 trotting bracket. Socialdelight ($5.10) covered the mile in 1:59.2 to win the $14,800 race.   Herbie Is Gone ($3.40) was long gone in the $10,000 race for $4,000-$5,500 trotters with an easy 1-1/2 length decision over stablemate Terracina AS (Todd Cummings). Herbie Is Gone (Ray Fisher Jr.) toured the Hamburg half-mile oval in 2:00.4.   McNeight III had a driving triple on the evening with Whelan notching a double. Trainer Alex Giuliani conditioned a pair of winners.   Buffalo Raceway will close the 2016 campaign on Sunday afternoon with first post at 12:30 p.m. It will be Customer Appreciation Day with free programs, drawings for concert and Erie County Fair tickets along with free sno cones and cotton candy for the kids.   For more information on Buffalo Raceway including the latest news, upcoming promotions, simulcast schedule, race replays and results. go to www.buffaloraceway.com   by Brian J. Mazurek, for Buffalo Raceway

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - As the all-time driver earnings leader in harness racing history, John Campbell has guided and won with many favorites. But Friday night at the Meadowlands in the Kindergarten Series for 2-year-olds, he made his fans jump for joy after steering two longshots to the winner's circle. Campbell scored with Sunshine Delight (Credit Winner) in the filly trot at odds of 11-1 and paid $25.60 to win, completing the mile in 1:56.3 for trainer Staffan Lind and owner James Wilhite Jr. Saving his best for last, Campbell guided 39-1 chance Muscles Jared ($80.40) by Muscle Massive to victory lane in the colt and gelding trot in 1:56.1 for trainer George Ducharme and owner Alfred Ross. Chalk players were not left out in the cold on this extremely warm night, however, as Fly On ($2.10, 1:55.3, colt and gelding trot) by Muscle Hill, Grandma's Moni ($4.60, 1:55.2, filly trot) by Donato Hanover and Rubio ($2.20, 1:56.1, colt and gelding trot) by Cantab Hall scored in the other Kindergarten divisions. FROM WAY BACK: Fashion Creditor scored in the overnight feature, a $17,500 conditioned trot in the most exciting race all night, when five horses were less than a length apart at the wire. The Tom Fanning trainee, who was driven by Brett Miller, was up in a driving finish after racing in a fifth-over flow at three-quarters. The 4-year-old gelded son of Credit Winner completed the mile in 1:52.2 and paid $28.40 to win. Rules Of The Road, sent off at 14-1, finished a nose back in second. CARRY ON: The 5th race 20 cent Jackpot Super High Five failed to produce a single-ticket winner, upping the carryover to $38,241.19 for the next program. ... Despite a smaller than usual pool in the 13th race finale, all-source wagering totaled $2,468,369. ... Racing resumes at the Big M Saturday at 7:15 p.m. by Dave Little, Meadowlands Media Relations     PHOTO: Fashion Creditor (7) and driver Brett Miller are up in time in the $17,500 overnight trotting feature at the Meadowlands Friday night. (Credit: Lisa Photo)    

Mademoiselle Paris (Bolero Charles) is the winningest harness racing horse of the year at Saratoga Casino Hotel thus far in 2016 and the claiming pacer added to her win total on Friday night. Wally Hennessey piloted Mademoiselle Paris to her sixth consecutive victory on Friday in the optional $10,000 claimer for pacing mares. The six year old distaffer had a pair of wins on her resume this year while competing at Harrington Raceway in Delaware and has become the star of the claimers at the Spa while competing primarily out of the stable of leading trainer Melissa Beckwith. Hennessey put the race's 1-5 on the front end early in the mile in the $6,315 contest for pacing mares and after opening up a big lead held on to prevail in 1:54.3. It was the sixth consecutive victory for Mademoiselle Paris and her eleventh at the Spa in '16. Her stablemate Bye Bye Michelle (Stonebridge Regal) was a resounding winner in Friday's $8,000 feature as she recorded a seven plus length win with Hennessey in the bike. The Hall of Fame reinsman piled up five winners on the Friday card. Live racing continues at Saratoga on Saturday night with our biggest night of the year. The $260,000 Joe Gerrity Jr. Memorial Pace will highlight a big night of racing. Wiggle It Jiggleit leads a star-studded group of pacers who will slug it out in the eighth annual Gerrity. New York Sire Stakes action will also be featured along with three Opens each going for a purse of $25,000. First post time on Saturday is set for 7:05pm. Mike Sardella

YONKERS, NY, Friday, July 22, 2016 -- Regil Elektra and harness racing driver Mark MacDonald found a late lane Friday night, winning Yonkers Raceway's $45,000 Filly and Mare Open Handicap Pace. It looked bleak for our heroine as the race unfolded. From post position No. 2, she found herself trapped in three-hole as Sell a Bit N (Jordan Stratton) led through early intervals of 27-flat and :55.2. Skippin' By (George Brennan) was pocketed from the pole as the 9-10 choice when Secrets Out N (Jason Bartlett) went up and over the leader before the 1:23.2 three-quarters. That one opened a couple of lengths entering the lane, but just failed to close the sale. Bettor N Better (Tyler Buter), at 25-1, closed widest and--apparently--fastest. That is until Regil Elektra was able to get off the cones, then angle back inside and whip 'BnB' by a neck in a season's-best 1:52.1 Secrets Out N, Sell a Bit N and no-excuse Skippin' By rounded out the payees. For sixth choice Regil Elektra, a 6-year-old daughter of Mach Three owned by Fred Montelone Stable and trained by Keith Armer, it was her seventh win in 24 seasonal starts. Her lifetime earnings are now $627,000. The exacta paid $330, with the triple returning $1,340. Frank Drucker

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