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WASHINGTON, PA, May 10, 2017 -- Classic Banker stalked Count Me In from the pocket, then brushed by him in deep stretch to capture Wednesday's feature harness racing $13,000 trot, at The Meadows. Count Me In, making only his second start since Sept. 4, 2015, took the field through a snappy 1:25.4 three quarters but was unable to withstand the late surge of Classic Banker. The 7-year-old Classic Photo-Banker's Review gelding nailed Count Me in near the wire to down him by a length in 1:54.4. TSM Photo Bugger rallied from well back for show. Brian Zendt piloted Classic Banker for owner/trainer Joe Urban. Tony Hall, Aaron Merriman, Dan Rawlings, Mike Wilder, trainer Andy Rickert and Zendt each enjoyed a double on the 12-race card. Live racing at The Meadows resumes Saturday, when the card features four divisions of a $149,852 Pennsylvania Sires Stake for 3-year-old filly trotters. First post is 1:05 PM. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

WASHINGTON, PA, April 12, 2017 -- Canwood jogged to a front-end victory in 1:56.2, fastest this year by a 3-year-old filly on a five-eighths-mile track, collecting her second straight series win in Wednesday's Princess Pablano Trot for harness racing 3-year-old fillies at The Meadows. Miss Da Line earned her second straight series win in the other $15,000 division. Canwood zipped right to the lead from post 5 for Brian Zendt and easily turned back the first-over challenge of Criteria. The pocket-sitting Bridal Suite was second while Kannections Honey rallied for show. Bill Zendt conditions the daughter of Camwood-Hallywood for Judith Wolkomir and Fred Kayne. Miss Da Line was bottled up along the cones until the final turn when trainer/driver Ray Paver was able to angle her outside. The daughter of Muscle Massive-Sister Kate overpowered the leader, Massive Risk, and downed her by 3/4 lengths in i:58, matching her career best. Long Driveway finished third. Harry Horowitz and Iris Horowitz bred and own Miss Da Line. Wednesday's card also featured the track's top trotters in a pair of events. In the $20,000 Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap, Barn Girl made it three straight when she held off Flowers N Songs by 1/2 length and triumphed in 1:55.1. Aaron Merriman drove for trainer Bill Bercury and owner Renee Bercury. The 5-year-old daughter of Cash Hall-Turquoise Sweetie now has won 33 of 67 lifetime starts. In the $18,000 Preferred Handicap, Call For Justice extended his winning to five with a front-end promenade in 1:53.2 for Dave Palone, trainer Ron Burke and owners Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi LLC. The pocket-sitting Tricky Nick was second while TSM Photo Bugger raced well first over for show. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

WASHINGTON, PA, Sept. 7, 2016 -- Classicality powered to the front at the quarter and rolled to an easy victory in 1:52.4, matching his harness racing career best, in Wednesday's $20,000 Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Trot at The Meadows. Classicality was away third when Brian Zendt sent him after the leader, Tall Cotton. The 6-year-old Classic Photo-Penn Worthy Lane gelding had nary an anxious moment thereafter, defeating the pocket-sitting Chef Lee by 3-3/4 lengths. The first-over Outburst was third. Lisa Dunn trains and owns the homebred Classicality, who now boasts a lifetime bankroll of $347,782. Tony Hall piloted three winners on the 14-race card. Live racing at The Meadows resumes Saturday, when the card features the $1,208,000 Pennsylvania Sires Stakes championships for 3-year-olds -- four $252,000 finals and four $50,000 consolations. First post is 1 PM. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

WASHINGTON, PA, June 21, 2016 -- She Nuit converted a pocket trip to an 18-1 upset harness racing victory in Tuesday's $13,500 Fully & Mare Winners Over $10,000 Life Handicap Trot at The Meadows. She Nuit was away first from post 7 for Brian Zendt before yielding to UF Lindsay Lou Who. The 5-year-old daughter of SJ's Caviar-Bonne Nuit poured through the Lightning Lane to defeat Whata Donato, who also shot the Lightning Lane, by x lengths in a career-best 1:55. UF Lindsay Lou Who saved show. Joe Urban trains She Nuit, who extended her career bankroll to $125,886. Elsewhere on the card, a pair of 2-year-olds set national season's marks in their respective divisions for racing on a five-eighths mile track. Holy Trout (Holy Guacamolie-Dancing Trout), a trotting filly, scored in 1:59.4 for Shawn Johnston, trainer Gary Johnston and owner/breeder William Solomon. Box Of Luck (Lucky Chucky-New DVD), a gelding trotter, triumphed in 1:57.2 for Aaron Merriman, trainer Robert Rougeaux III and owner Brocious Racing Stable. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

Iron Mine Bucky survived a miserable first quarter in the slop and went on to capture the faster division of Saturday's $116,304 Currier & Ives at The Meadows. Cufflink Hanover took the other division in the stake for harness racing 3-year-old colt and gelding trotters. Iron Mine Bucky hadn't raced since winning an Oct. 2 Keystone Classic split at The Meadows, and he got just the sort of journey -- stuck outside -- winning driver George Dennis didn't want. "I wasn't expecting to get that rough a trip," Dennis said. "They didn't go that much early, and he got a little excited -- first time out, first time in the mud. I didn't want to wrestle him back to last." But the Hambletonian-eligible son of Explosive Matter-My Foolish Dream persevered on the outside and overpowered the leader, 2-5 favorite Hititoutofthepark. Iron Mine Bucky prevailed in 1:55.2, 1-1/2 lengths better than Steed, while Hititoutofthepark saved show. "He really trotted strong up the backside and turned in a big mile," Dennis said. "I'm very, very pleased." Greg Haverstick trains Iron Mine Bucky, who extended his career bankroll to $132,023, for Iron Mine Branch LLC. Iron Mine Bucky Cufflink Hanover has won three of four starts since adding hopples, and he again looked useful and professional. He worked out a pocket trip behind Truemass Volo, then blew by him in the lane to triumph in 1:55.4. Hollywood Highway found late room for second, 2 lengths back, with Truemass Volo third. "He's been getting lucky with his trips, and he's been racing good," said winning driver David Miller, who owns the Andover Hall-CR Savoire Faire gelding with the Enzed Racing Stable of the colt's trainer, Nifty Norman. "He seemed way sharper today than he did last week. He's coming along really nice." Cufflink Hanover $70,500 Currier & Ives, 3-Year-Old Filly Trotters Saturday's rain-soaked program also featured the filly division of the Currier & Ives, with Goodtogo Hanover rolling to her seventh consecutive victory. Lookin Sharp erased a sizable deficit to take the other split. Goodtogo Hanover was away second for Brian Zendt, who moved her to the point before the quarter. The daughter of Explosive Matter-Grammy Hall held off the late challenge of the pocket-sitting Witnesstheprincess by 3/4 lengths in 1:56.4. Moots completed the ticket. Goodtogo Hanover, who vaulted over $100,000 in career earnings, is undefeated in seven outings this year, but she showed once again that she can be a handful until the gate folds. "She was a little wild behind the gate -- ohmygosh," Zendt said. "She had her head hung up on the gate for a minute. She was so mad I don't know how she didn't run. She makes you worry, but as long as you don't have her doubled up and mad, she'll be okay. She doesn't want to run. All she wants to do is get out of there." Bill Zendt conditions Goodtogo Hanover and owns with Gary Saul. Goodtogo Hanover Lookin Sharp, the 4-5 favorite, trailed the leader, Sunset Glider, by 3 lengths at the three-quarters when Matt Kakaley suggested it was time to get busy. She tracked down Sunset Glider and downed her by a neck in 1:57, with My Pink Bike third. "Of all the horses we sent to Florida (for the winter), she's probably one of the horses who grew up and matured the most," said Tyler Butenschoen, assistant to winning trainer John Butenschoen. "I saw a big difference in her. She showed late in the year she could go with the best fillies. The more the year went on, the more she learned and the better she got." William Wiswell and M&L of Delaware campaign the daughter of Andover Hall-Warrawee Krisp, who soared over $200,000 in career earnings. Lookin Sharp Evan Pattak

WASHINGTON, PA, April 20, 2016 -- Goodtogo Hanover completed her sweep of the Whata Donato Trot for 3-year-old fillies -- and notched her sixth straight win overall -- when she captured Wednesday's $31,300 championship leg at The Meadows. Goodtogo Hanover zipped to the front from post 2 for Brian Zendt and put away most of the field early, but she couldn't shake Rule Of Hall, who abandoned the pocket around the final turn to take a crack at her. But the daughter of Explosive Matter-Grammy Hall had enough in the tank to down Rule Of Hall by a length in 1:56. Waterview Hanover earned show. "I wasn't really concerned about the horse on my back -- she has plenty of trot," Zendt said. "What concerned me was getting out of the 2 hole. She's a little rammy in there, but she behaves herself well enough when it's time to go. Sometimes she tries to leave before the gate's actually out of the way." Trainer Bill Zendt and his partner, Gary Saul, purchased Goodtogo Hanover as a yearling for $18,000 and kept her eligible to a healthy stake schedule, including the Pennsylvania Sires Stakes. Brian Zendt said the filly will get some time off before the PASS opener May 7 at The Meadows. "Instead of racing her against aged mares, I'm pretty sure we'll either train her good or maybe qualify her light so she's tight for the stake races," he said. "We won't let her off two or three weeks and then just go in a stake race. She'll be fun to race against top fillies. I'm not sure she's ready to trot in 1:53, but who knows how fast they'll go." In the $22,500 Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Trot, Tamarind grabbed the lead with an uncovered backside burst, then held off Monte Cristo Spur by a length to triumph in 1:53.3. The pocket-sitting I Know My Chip was third. Aaron Merriman piloted the 8-year-old son of Angus Hall-Spicegirl Kosmos, who vaulted over $800,000 in career earnings, for owner/trainer Bill Bercury. Dave Palone collected four wins -- including a trio for trainer Ron Burke -- while Jim Pantaleano and Brian Zendt each enjoyed a triple on the 15-race card. Live racing at The Meadows resumes Saturday, when the program features the $32,500 championship of the Atta Boy Dan Pace for 3-year-old colts and geldings. First post is 1 PM. by Evan Pattak, for the Meadows  

For Bill Zendt and Gary Saul, Goodtogo Hanover was in the right place at the right time. Zendt and Saul weren't planning on looking at the then-yearling trotter at the 2014 Standardbred Horse Sale, but she happened to be in a stall adjacent to a horse they were considering buying. After ruling out their initial horse of interest, Zendt happened to turn and see Goodtogo Hanover. "I said to Gary, how about this one?" recalled Zendt, who trains the now 3-year-old filly. "And that's the one we bought. We didn't buy the one we were after. Isn't that something how that happens sometimes? I guess we got lucky. It's better to be lucky than good." Zendt and Saul purchased Goodtogo Hanover for $18,000. She has won seven of 10 career races --- including all four starts this year --- and earned $58,750. She was named the 2015 2-year-old trotting filly of the year by the members of the Meadows Standardbred Owners Association. On Wednesday, Goodtogo Hanover is the 2-1 morning line favorite in the $31,300 Whata Donato Trot Series final at The Meadows. She won her two preliminary legs of the series by a total of 7-1/2 lengths. A week prior to the start of the series, Goodtogo Hanover defeated older horses in a conditioned race in a career-best 1:55.4. "I try not to get too high on horses early like this," Saul said. "She certainly has a very nice gait. She's gone some big miles. Probably her most impressive race was the non-winners of five; she was the only 3-year-old in there. If you have a 3-year-old beating older horses, it's pretty good. "She's won easily enough. If someone gets back up on her toward the end of a mile, we'll see what she does." Goodtogo Hanover is a daughter of stallion Explosive Matter out of the mare Grammy Hall. Her dam is a half-sister to Juanitas Fury, who finished second in the 2014 Peaceful Way Stakes and a division of the Champlain. Third dam Gramola was a multiple stakes-winner. Last year, Goodtogo Hanover --- driven regularly by Zendt's son Brian --- had two wins and a second-place finish in the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes Stallion Series, but bypassed the final. Her 2015 earnings of $29,100 were just below the threshold of $30,000 to be eligible to the Whata Donato Trot Series. "I had to make the decision, and I decided it was enough and called it a year," Zendt said. "We had a little trouble with her. She wasn't all the way developed and we had a little trouble with the turns. She had a little soreness trouble, nothing major, so we decided not to go to the final. "This (Whata Donato Trot Series) is a great place to start in the spring before the sire stakes. That was the main thing we were going for; getting some nice races before the sire stakes and seeing what we have." Zendt, who has won 3,047 races as a driver and 1,311 races as a trainer, liked Goodtogo Hanover's ability from the word go. "She was pretty much a natural right away," Zendt said. "I liked her right away. She can be a little feisty, but trotting fillies have to have that in them sometimes. I liked her from the word go. She's been real good for us. "I think she's filled out and gotten bigger and stronger and is able to carry her speed. She's always had her speed, but she's just really developed and she's still got some to go yet. I think that's one of the main reasons she's better." Zendt and Saul have owned horses together for a number of years. Saul, who lives in Pittsburgh and is retired from the banking industry, also races a small stable of homebred horses. Among his recent stars was former Meadows track-record-holder Big And Little. Saul spends a good amount of time with the horses, as well as hunting and fishing. "He just loves the business," Zendt said. "He's a great owner to have." Goodtogo Hanover is eligible this year to the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes as well as the Currier & Ives, Arden Downs, Buckette, and Keystone Classic. "I think Pennsylvania might be the toughest state to race in," Zendt said. "It won't be any picnic. She's been winning pretty handy so far, but she hasn't been in real tough yet. How do you know until you get into the sire stakes or something like that and they really stretch her out? I'm sure we'll find out soon enough, maybe too soon. "But we're just glad to have her." No matter how they found her. by Ken Weingartner/Harness Racing Communications/USTA

WASHINGTON, PA, April 13, 2016 -- Goodtogo Hanover rolled to her fifth consecutive victory -- including two straight in the Whata Donato Trot -- in Wednesday's second leg of the series for 3-year-old fillies at The Meadows. Regal Woman captured the other $17,500 second-leg split. Hammered down to 1-9. Goodtogo Hanover zipped to the lead for Brian Zendt and drew off to score in 1:57, 4-1/4 lengths better than My Pink Bike. A Little Laid Back was third. Bill Zendt trains the daughter of Explosive Matter-Grammy Hall, who figures to be a short-priced favorite in next Wednesday's championship leg, and owns with Gary Saul. Regal Woman used a quick backside burst to get the jump on the favorite, Waterview Hanover, and held on to defeat her by 1/2 length for Mike Wilder in 1:58. I'm Justa Lil Lady earned show. Gary Johnston conditions Regal Woman, a daughter of SJ's Caviar-Broadway Woman, for owner/breeder William Solomon. Palone piloted four winners on the 15-race card while Wilder and trainer Tim Twaddle each enjoyed a triple. For more information, please see: by Evan Pattak, for the Meadows              

WASHINGTON, PA, April 6, 2016 -- Goodtogo Hanover fought hard for the early lead, then rolled to her fourth straight victory in Wednesday's opening leg of the Whata Donato Trot at The Meadows. Waterview Hanover captured the other $17,500 opening-leg division in the event for 3-year-old fillies. The series honors Whata Donato, a fast-class trotting mare currently performing at The Meadows for owner Frank Poerio, Jr. and trainer/driver Doug Snyder. Goodtogo Hanover left from post 2 and was challenged for the early lead by several rivals. But Brian Zendt wouldn't release them, wanting the point for the daughter of Explosive Matter-Grammy Hall, even though it cost him a 27.1 opening quarter to maintain it. The strategy proved successful, as Goodtogo Hanover coasted home in 1:56.4, 3-1/4 lengths better than My Pink Bike, with Rule Of Hall third. Bill Zendt trains Goodtogo Hanover and owns with Gary Saul. In the $20,000 Winners Over $10,000 Life Trot, Tamarind wore down the leader, Trustworthy Kid, with a relentless uncovered bid and downed him by 1/2 length in 1:53.1. I Know My Chip earned show. Aaron Merriman drove the 8-year-old son of Angus Hall-Spicegirl Kosmos, who now boasts $798,299 in career earnings, for owner/trainer Bill Bercury. Dave Palone piloted four winners -- including a pair for his brother, trainer Mike Palone -- on the 15-race card. by Evan Pattak, for the Meadows

UF Lindsay Lou Who completed her sweep of the Mary Wohlmuth Memorial Trot for 3- and 4-year-old fillies and mares when she rolled to a front-end victory in Saturday's $30,800 championship at The Meadows. The harness racing card featured the finals of four series for 3- and 4-year-olds, with total purses of $122,500. Also taking championships were Wasaga Beach, Cantad Kid and Connecting Flight. UF Lindsay Lou Who had won four straight entering the Mary Wohlmuth championship but had to deal with post 7. She dueled for the early lead and had little trouble thereafter, scoring in 1:55.4 for Brian Zendt, trainer Leslie Zendt and owner Up Front Racing. Flowers N Songs was second, 1-1/4 lengths back, with My Pink Bike third. Her performance in the series was something of a surprise, inasmuch as an injury prematurely ended the sophomore campaign of the daughter of Donato Hanover-Sweetspellosuccess. "Do you see how small she is? I didn't realize how good she'd be on the front," Brian Zendt said. "I don't think size matters to her. She has a different kind of attitude not all racehorses have. She just digs and digs. The last two or three trips, I was just sitting on her. She's been doing it like it's a training mile." Leslie Zendt indicated she'll give Upfront Lindsay Lou Who some time off before she returns to face overnight company. In the other championships: $28,700 Donna Dunn Memorial Pace -- Fillies & Mares Wasaga Beach scored the most lopsided victory in the finals, enjoying comfortable early fractions before pouring it on to prevail in 1:54.3 for Tony Hall, 4-1/2 lengths better than the pocket-sitting Lucky Lucka. Call Me Lil Terror earned show. Hall, who piloted three winner on the card, said the addition of earplugs helped the 3-year-old daughter of Somebeachsomewhere-Adela Hanover. "She responds pretty well to them," Hall said. "Last year, she got a little warm at times, and we knew we would have to make a change to relax her. There's some stiff competition ahead for her, but right now, she's where she needs to be." Randy Bendis trains Wasaga Beach and owns with Reed Broadway, Tom Pollack and John Campbell. $31,000 Ken Weaver Memorial Trot -- Colts, Horses & Geldings When trainer Tyler Stillings purchased Cantad Kid for Rags To Riches of PA for $20,000 at the Blooded Horse Sale last November, the 4-year-old Mr Cantab-Nila Domarr gelding showed a strong preference for the front end. While that style was reasonably successful for Cantad Kid, Stillings wanted to add versatility to his game. "He might have been a little bit green," Stillings said. "He raced close up because he could leave the gate pretty well. We took the hopples off, and I think that relaxed him a little bit." The rigging change bore fruit Saturday when Cantad Kid saved his brush for the lane, triumphing for Eric Ledford in a career-best 1:55.3. Explosive Leggs rallied for second, 3/4 lengths in arrears, while early leader Wilberforce completed the ticket. Stillings said the schedule for Cantad Kid is uncertain. "We don't have any big plans for him," he said. "This was his Hambletonian." $32,000 Walter Russell Memorial Pace -- Colts, Horses & Geldings Connecting Flight atoned for an unforced break on the lead last week by vaulting to the front from post 9 for Dave Palone and scoring in a swift 1:52.1. Dr Drake Ramoray was 3/4 lengths back in second, with Arthur Pendragon third. "I'm not quite sure what happened to him last week," said Kevin Johnson, who conditions the 4-year-old Panspacificflight-Shares Rebound gelding for Erv Miller. "It was a little muddy down the backside. Maybe some mud was hitting him the wrong way. But he bounced back pretty good. We didn't change anything or try anything different." He said Connecting Flight will be pointed to a series at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

UF Lindsay Lou Who continued her march through the Mary Wohlmuth Memorial Trot at The Meadows when she won her third straight division in Wednesday's third leg. Flowers N Songs took the other $15,000 split in the event for harness racing 3- and 4-year-old fillies and mares. The championships of four current Meadows series, including the Mary Wohlmuth, are set for Saturday, March 26. Brian Zendt waited for the dust to settle before sending UF Lindsay Lou Who to the front. The 1-9 favorite jogged from there, prevailing in 1:57 for her fourth consecutive victory overall. My Pink Bike was second, 3-1/4 lengths back, with Regal Woman third. Leslie Zendt trains the 4-year-old daughter of Donato Hanover-Sweetspellosuccess for Upfront Racing. In the $22,500 Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Trot, Rose Run Parker, making his first start in more than seven months, moved powerfully first over from fourth and scored convincingly in 1:52.2, a lifetime mark. Early leader Tamarind held second, 6-1/4 lengths back, while Final Breath rallied for show. Dave Palone drove the 5-year-old Jailhouse Jesse-Centergy gelding, who now boasts $641,740 in career earnings, for trainer Ron Burke and owners Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi LLC and William Haas, Jr. Mike Wilder piloted three winners on the 15-race card. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino  

Flowers N Songs remained undefeated in her three-race harness racing career when she overwhelmed the field in Wednesday's opening leg of the Mary Wohlmuth Memorial Trot at The Meadows. UF Lindsay Lou Who and Pink Pistol took the other $12,000 opening-leg splits. The series honors the late Mary Wohlmuth, longtime manager of the track's iconic 2:00 Club. Unraced at 2, Flowers N Songs zipped to the front for Jim Pantaleano and never faced a serious challenge, drawing off to score in 1:58.1, 7 lengths better than Lakeview Tammy. A Toastandcaviar was third. Rich Gillock trains the 3-year-old homebred daughter of Deweycheatumnhowe-Pleasure's Song for Bob Key. In the $22,500 Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Trot, Trustworthy Kid enjoyed a better early seat than usual and used it to launch a winning second-over bid. He prevailed in 1:54.3 for Brian Zendt, trainer Lisa Dunn and owner/breeder Dunn Stable. The first-over Tamarind was second, 1/2 length back, with Dunn Stable's Redder Than Red third. The 7-year-old SJ's Caviar-Penn Worthy Lane gelding now boasts $388,052 in career earnings. Dave Palone piloted four winners and Eric Goodell three on the 15-race card. * * * * * Register now for The Meadows Live Bankroll Handicapping Contest set for Saturday, March 5, with a guaranteed $5,000 prize pool. Cost is $100, with $50 allocated to the prize pool and $50 to each player's bankroll. Registered players can enjoy the free lunch buffet in the Triple Crown Banquet Room and will receive a free March 5 Meadows race program. Winner gets 50 percent of the prize pool, with 25 percent for second place, 12 percent for third place, 8 percent for fourth place and 5 percent for fifth place. To register now, call 724.503.1509 or visit the Retail Center in the Racebook. Event-day registration begins at 11:30 AM. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

WASHINGTON, PA, Jan. 19, 2016 -- Boo's Party Girl had plenty to celebrate Tuesday at The Meadows as she pulled off a 23-1 harness racing shocker in the $22,500 Filly & Mare Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Trot. The longest shot on the board, Boo's Party Girl had been racing exclusively in conditioned races until her promotion to the top trot last week. On Tuesday, she was third over and seemingly no threat when trainer/driver Brian Zendt moved her wide for the drive. The 6-year-old daughter of Yankee Glide-Chowda roared past the field and triumphed in 1:56 over a "good" surface, matching her career best. Bessie shot the Lightning Lane for second, 3/4 lengths back, with Anaffairtoremember third. Dunn Stable bred and owns Boo's Party Girl, who now boasts $172,764 in lifetime earnings. Dave Palone drove five winners on the 15-race card while trainer Dane Snyder fashioned a three-bagger. Evan Pattak

WASHINGTON, PA, Dec. 18, 2015 -- Dismissed at 10-1, Trustworthy Kid rallied three wide around the final turn and went on to capture Friday's harness racing $18,000 Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Trot at The Meadows. Trustworthy Kid got away at the back of the back and, when third over, appeared to have excess cover. But when Brian Zendt tipped him three wide, he roared through a stretch rendered "good" by persistent snow squalls and scored in 1:56.4. Rompaway Galaxy was second, a length back, with Keystone Chester third. Walter "Boots" Dunn trains Trustworthy Kid, a 6-year-old SJ's Caviar--Penn Worthy Lane gelding who now boasts a lifetime bankroll of $339,302, for owner/breeder Dunn Stable. In Friday's companion feature, the $18,000 Filly & Mare Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Trot, Anaffairtoremember got the jump on the field with a powerful uncovered brush and held on to defeat Mistress Valentine -- who shook loose late -- by a length in 1:55.4. Bessie rallied for show. Aaron Merriman drove for owner/trainer Bill Bercury. With the victory, the 5-year-old daughter of Angus Hall-Val Lee Woman vaulted over $400,000 in career earnings. Tony Hall, Jim Pantaleano and Chris Shaw each piloted three winners on the 15-race card. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

WASHINGTON, PA, Dec. 4, 2015 -- Dismissed at 9-1, Trustworthy Kid peeled off cover around the final turn and blazed widest through the lane to capture Friday's $18,000 Winners Over $10,000 Life/Preferred Handicap Trot at The Meadows. Away fifth, Trustworthy Kid followed the live first-over cover of Tamarind. When Brian Zendt asked him for trot approaching the stretch, the 6-year-old SJ's Caviar-Penn Worthy Lane gelding zipped by and downed Tamarind by a length in 1:54.3. The pocket-sitting Lady's Dude completed the ticket. Walter "Boots" Dunn trains the homebred Trustworthy Kid, who now boasts $330,302 in career earnings, for Dunn Stable. Dave Palone collected four wins and Aaron Merriman three on the 15-race card. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

WASHINGTON, PA, Nov. 6, 2015 -- Cammikey quarter-poled to the lead and held off the late charge of Sam Hill to capture Friday's $20,000 Winners Over $10,000 Life Pace at The Meadows. In last week's feature, Cammikey stayed inside, never found racing room and had to swallow a sixth-place pill. Brian Zendt assured that wouldn't happen Friday, moving early from third with the 4-year-old son of Somebeachsomewhere-Always Cam and relegating Sam Hill to the pocket. Cammikey downed Sam Hill by 1/2 length in 1:51.3 over a "good" surface. Full Code earned show despite being parked the mile. Bill Zendt trains Cammikey, who soared over $300,000 in career earnings, for owner/breeder Cam Land LLC. Tony Hall and Aaron Merriman each piloted three winners on the 15-race card. by Evan Pattak, for the Meadows

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