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Good News Lady overcame a break in the second heat but out sprinted Sprig Hanover in a race-off to capture the 38th Jugette before 12,970 sun baked fans at the Delaware County Fairgrounds.

The winner of the first heat of the 38th Jugette was a popular choice, despite the fact she was trying to do something she hadn't done yet in 2008. Brittany Farms, Christina Takter, and Val D'Or Farms' Good News Lady (Western Ideal/What's New) went right to the top and was never headed on the way to victory in the first heat of the $300,475 Jugette for 3-year-old pacing fillies on Wednesday afternoon at the Delaware County Fair.

Good News Lady, winless in 12 starts this season but with 2008 earnings of $360,885, is the 5-2 morning line favorite for Wednesday's $300,475 Jugette three-year-old filly pace at the Delaware County Fair in Delaware,OH.

Veterans Binions and Grain of Truth shared Yonkers Raceway glory Friday night, winning the $30,000 co-featured Open Handicaps.

We here at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs have been blessed to witness some truly great horses pass this way through the years. From Jenna’s Beach Boy to Bunny Lake to Southwind Tempo, the list of stakes champions here the past decade or so reads like a who’s who of standardbred champions.

Though he shamelessly violated protocol by reaching the milestone elsewhere, Yonkers Raceway nevertheless presented driver Greg Grismore with a congratulatory sign on Monday night (May 26), commemorating his 5,000th career victory.

Won the West and driver Greg Grismore used a valiant stretch drive to overtake a field of nine opponents in the 15th edition of the $200,000 Dan Patch Invitational Pace Saturday, May 24. The duo crossed the finish line in a time of 1:50.0, their fastest effort in 2008.

Greg Grismore was shut out in eight drives Thursday night at Yonkers Raceway, leaving him three wins shy of 5,000 for his career. He had inched closer to the figure with a pair of wins on the Chester afternoon card.

No More Gold N, consistent as they come, overcame both a mother of a starting venue and Mother Nature to romp home in Friday night's featured $30,000 Open Handicap Trot ay Yonkers Raceway.

A trio of abbreviated fields went postward in Saturday night's fifth and final preliminary leg of the George Morton Levy Memorial Pacing Series at Yonkers last shot to earn valuable points redeemable for a berth in next week's $390,000 final.

Greg Grismore was in no mood to share the wealth Friday night at Yonkers Raceway, sitting behind both $30,000, co-featured winners.

Ubetterthink Think overcame the outside #9 post to win the featured Open Handicap pace for fillies and mares at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs on Friday afternoon. The race carried the day’s top purse of $22,000.

“Your hearts must have the courage for the changing of the guards”

Ubetterthink Think made her first win of 2008 a big one, capturing the featured Open Handicap pace on Friday afternoon at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs. The race carried the day’s top purse of $22,000.

Like his namesake, Home Run Hudson went exploring Saturday night, leaving his usual Delaware digs for a trip to the big city.

It was moderately moist as Yonkers Raceway welcomed February Friday night, but the rank and file managed to scuba-suit their way through the deluge.

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