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HARNESS RACING PACER OF THE WEEK: GAMBLIN MO This week saw the first installation of the Pennsylvania All-Stars races at Pocono in 2021, with four $30,000 divisions for three-year-old pacing colts and geldings held on Saturday. In one split, Always A Miki, a decorated pacer as a freshman making his 3-year-old debut, was made a 2-1 favorite from a rough #9 post. But Gamblin Mo, a three-year-old gelding trained by John Butenschoen, had other ideas. Gamblin Mo, the 5-2 second choice from post #5, was coming off a win in his 2021 debut on April 27 at Pocono in a condition pace in 1:51:3. Stepping up in competition proved to be no problem for him. While Always A Miki struggled to eighth, Gamblin Mo, with Tyler Buter in the bike, overpowered the competition on the way to a victory in a career-best 1:50:1, which matched the fastest pacing time posted in the All-Stars races. GAMBLIN MO REPLAY   Honorable Mention Pacers Western Joe (Dexter Dunn, Christopher Choate), who captured a star-studded condition pace on Saturday afternoon at Pocono in 1:49:1, fastest time so far in the 2021 meet. Gray Dragon (Mark MacDonald, John Butenschoen), who stepped up for his second straight condition win in the Tuesday feature at Pocono, getting it done in a career-best 1:49:2. Move The Line (Anthony Napolitano, David Wisser), who followed his maiden win with another condition win on Tuesday at Pocono, this one coming in a career-best 1:52:4. TROTTER OF THE WEEK: STOP RESISTIN The defending trotter of the week at Pocono coming off three straight wins, Thisisshe was made the 3-5 betting favorite in the $20,000 to $25,000 claiming handicap trotting feature on Monday afternoon. Meanwhile, Stop Resistin, a five-year-old gelding trained by Steven Brabrook, was coming off a win of his own in 1:54:2 in the same class in his previous start. On Monday, Stop Resistin followed the cover of Thisisshe, who went first-over after pacesetting Inaperfectworld. Thisisshe tired when she couldn't take over the lead. Stop Resistin, with Marcus Miller in the bike, finally started to wear down Inaperfectworld just as Explosive Magic closed behind. When the dust cleared, it was Stop Resistin on top by a nose over Explosive Magic, trotting the mile in 1:56:1 for his second straight win. STOP RESISTIN REPLAY   Honorable Mention Trotters Lindy's Bang (George Napoolitano Jr., Gilberto Garcia-Herrera), who returned to Pocono for the first time since a win in March to capture a claiming handicap on Monday in 1:55:2. Bank Box Treasure (Jim Pantaleano, Gilberto Garcia-Herrera), who posted the fastest trotting time on Sunday night in the slot with a career-best 1:55:1 in a condition victory. Papi Hanover (Fern Paquet Jr., Karen Fread), who sprung an upset in a condition trot on Tuesday afternoon in a career-best 1:54:3. LONG SHOT OF THE WEEK: CHOCOLATE MATTERS This trotting filly driven by Mark MacDonald led most of the way to score a condition win on Tuesday as a 34-1 long shot, paying off at $70.40 on a $2 win ticket. DRIVER OF THE WEEK: DOUGLAS McNAIR McNair is one of several top drivers at other tracks who have started racing more regularly at Pocono, and he made an impression on Monday with three wins on the card. TRAINER OF THE WEEK: GILBERTO GARCIA-HERRERA Garcia-Herrera has assumed the mantle as the leading trainer in wins in the 2021 meet at Pocono, and he strengthened that position this week with four training victories, including a three-bagger on Sunday. That will do it for this week at Pocono, but we'll see you at the track. Feel free to e-mail me at jbeviglia@mohegansunpocono.com. by Jim Beviglia, for The Downs            

HARNESS RACING PACER OF THE WEEK: SHOULDABEENATD In Sunday night's feature condition pace for fillies and mares winners of four but no more than seven, which carried a purse of $15,300, Shouldbeenatd was made the 2-5 betting favorite in a field of seven. That was different from her previous start at Pocono, when she went off as 12-1 long shot on April 25. On that night, the four-year-old Ron Burke trainee found the pocket early and rallied late in that one for the victory in 1:52. On Sunday night when leaving from a post position of #4 in a field of seven, Shouldabeenatd changed her tactics and went for the front end. Once she made it there, she was rated nicely by driver Matt Kakaley. The mare was too much for her foes in the lane, as Shouldabeenatd captured her second straight with ease, getting it done in 1:51:3. Honorable Mention Pacers Revelry (George Napolitano Jr., William Adamczyk), who moved up in class on Saturday for his second straight condition win at Pocono, this one coming in 1:51 Trente Deo (Jason Bartlett, Gilberto Garcia-Herrera), whose condition win on Saturday came in 1:50:2, which matched a career-best and was fastest pacing time of the week at Pocono Full Moon Beach (Tyler Buter, John Butenschoen), a three-year-old clot who followed up his maiden win with another condition victory on Tuesday in 1:53:1. TROTTER OF THE WEEK: THISISSHE This six-year old mare has been the dominant force in the claiming trotters' ranks in recent weeks at Pocono. She won back-to-back in $20,000 to $25,000 claiming handicap trots on April 20 and 27 for trainer Gilberto Garcia-Herrera. Thisisshe was claimed out of the last one and joined the barn of Daniel Maier to go against the same claiming handicap grouping on Monday afternoon. Leaving from post position #6 in afield of seven, Thisisshe was sent to the front by driver George Napolitano Jr. From there, she really had to battle with Tyson who came at her aggressively first-over. But Thisisshe dug deep and pulled away at the end by two lengths, as her third straight victory came in a time of 1:55. Honorable Mention Trotters With Out A Doubt (Anthony Napolitano, Gilberto Garcia-Herrera), a mare whose condition victory on Saturday came in 1:53:4, the fastest trotting time of the week at Pocono Melania (Tyler Buter, John Butenschoen), a three-year-old filly who won her second straight condition trot on Tuesday and did so in a career-best 1:54:3 Stop Resistin (Marcus Miller, Steven Brabrook), who picked up a win in Monday's featured claiming handicap trot in 1:54:2. LONG SHOT OF THE WEEK: STORM BRINGER This gelding driven by Anthony Napolitano staged a late rally from the pocket to win a condition trot on Tuesday at 20-1, paying off $43.80 on a $2 win ticket. DRIVER OF THE WEEK: MATT KAKALEY Matt churned out four wins on Sunday night at Pocono, but the big news was that the second of those wins that night, aboard Traffic Jam, was his 5,000th career driving victory. TRAINER OF THE WEEK: JOHN BUTENSCHOEN Butenschoen has been on fire lately at Pocono, and on Tuesday afternoon he hit his peak, sending out six starters on the day and ending up with five winners. That will do it for this week at Pocono, but we'll see you at the track. Feel free to e-mail me at jbeviglia@mohegansunpocono.com. by Jim Begivlia, for The Downs                

BOBBY WEISS SERIES RECAP Over the past month or so at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono, the three-year-olds have taken center stage in the Bobby Weiss late closer harness racing series. The series culminated this past week with finals in the four respective groups, with each of those races carrying a purse of $40,000. Let's take a look at how they all played out. PACING COLTS AND GELDINGS After handily winning both of his preliminary legs, One Eight Hundred was made the prohibitive favorite at 1-9 in Saturday's final. But racing luck got the better of him, as he ended up in a pocket spot behind a horse who couldn't sustain its pace. When Trevor's Ace took over with a first-over move on the back stretch, there was nowhere for One Eight Hundred to go. But Trevor's Ace found himself laboring in the stretch after the effort that he had expended to get to the front. It was just a matter of whether any closers would enter the picture, and, at the last moment, Kyoquot did. The 71-1 shot trained by Daniel Renaud was eighth with a quarter-mile to go, but Tyler Buter was able to find room for him late way out wide and he made up the ground to win by a nose over Trevor's Ace for a shocker in a career-best 1:52:2. TROTTING COLTS AND GELDINGS After winning the three preliminary legs, it looked like nothing could derail the momentum of Todd Schadel trainee Top Me Off in the Weiss. But the draw didn't make it easy on him, as he was saddled with the outside post in a field of eight in Sunday night's final. Still, he went off as the 3-2 favorite in the race and was hustled to the front end early by driver Andy Miller. Top Me Off had to deal with a back-stretch first-over charge by Pilot Hanover, but he rebuffed that challenge. After building the lead out slightly in the stretch, he held off closing Robbie Pev by a length for the victory. The win in 1:54:4 makes him a perfect five-for-five, all at Pocono, in 2021. PACING FILLIES Incaseyoudidntknow was the favorite in this group after winning all three preliminary legs. So Irresistible, trained by Bruce Saunders, also had a chance for a sweep of the preliminary legs, but she was upset in her previous races after winning three straight. In Monday's final, So Irresistible came out ready and hustled to the front end around the first turn to set the pace. In the stretch, pocket-sitting Carrington provided a threat, as did Incaseyoudidntknow, kicking into gear late on the outside. But as those two horses pulled almost even, driver Scott Zeron coaxed a little bit more out of So Irresistible. She fought hard to the line, holding off Carrrington by a head for the victory in 1:52:4. TROTTING FILLIES Eazy Pass had put up a 2-for-2 record in the Weiss series coming into the final on Tuesday afternoon and was made the betting favorite at 1-9. Leaving from post position #3 in a field of nine, the filly watched as P L Olivia set the early pace. Eazy Pass decided to follow the cover on the outside of Trip Sevens, who made an early front-stretch move to try to take the lead. Even though Trip Sevens never did get to the front, she stayed close to P L Olivia on the back stretch. That meant that Eazy Pass, with Dexter Dunn in the bike, needed only a quick three-wide burst of speed to take over the lead at around the three-quarter mile marker. From there, Eazy Pass coasted to the win by four lengths in 1:54:3, a time which matched her career-best. That will do it for this week at Pocono, but we'll see you at the track. Feel free to e-mail me at jbeviglia@mohegansunpocono.com. From Jim Beviglia, for The Downs                  

HARNESS RACING PACER OF THE WEEK: CLOSING STATEMENT This six-year-old gelding trained by Randy Bendis was coming off an excellent win in his previous race on April 10 in 1:50:3 over a group of $10,000 condition pacers. On Saturday afternoon at Pocono, Closing Statement stepped up to face the $11,200 conditioners and left from post position #5 in a field of eight as the 5-2 second choice. The favorite was Aflame Hanover, who was coming off an equally impressive win and was bet down to 3-5. But it was Closing Statement who took control of the race with a move to the lead on the front stretch. From there, even with the fractions zipping by pretty quickly, driver George Napolitano kept his pacer going strong. In the lane, Closing Statement held off Aflame Hanover by a length-and-a-half for his second straight win, and his time of 1:50:2 matched the fastest pacing time of the week at Pocono. Honorable Mention Pacers Incaseyoudidntknow (Marcus Mller, Les Givens), who completed a sweep of the preliminary legs of the Bobby Weiss series for three-year-old pacing fillies on Monday by winning in a career-best 1:52:2. Given Up Terror (Anthony Napolitano, Robert Lounsbury), who moved up his claiming price but still won his third straight at Pocono on Sunday in 1:52:3. Billy Clyde (Mark MacDonald, Ray Schnittker), a three-year-old colt who picked up his second straight condition win at Pocono to start his season on Tuesday, doing so in a career-best 1:51:2. TROTTER OF THE WEEK: GREAT UNKNOWN A five-year-old gelding trained by Ron Burke, Great Unknown won the last time he was at Pocono back in March. He was also coming off a win at Yonkers in his previous race on April 8. On Sunday night, he was made the 3-5 favorite as he left from an inside post in a field of seven against a group of $10,000 condition trotters. With Matt Kakaley doing the driving, Great Unknown sat third in the early part of the mile. He launched first-over on the back stretch to speed by the pacesetter Moon Bridge. From there, nobody was able to hang with Great Unknown as he trotted away to win in 1:53:3, a new career-mark for him and the fastest trotting time of the week at Pocono. Honorable Mention Trotters Heat Wave Hanover (Brian Sears, Jennifer Bongiorno), who followed up a win at Harrah's with one on Pocono on Sunday in a career-best 1:54:3. Meetmeinthemiddle (George Napolitano Jr., William Adamczyk), who rolled to his second straight claiming handicap win on Monday and did so in a career-best 1:55:1. Eazy Pass (Dexter Dunn, Nifty Norman), a three-year-old filly who racked up her second straight Bobby Weiss series win on Tuesday and did so in a career-best 1:54:3. LONG SHOT OF THE WEEK: MORE THAN KUTE This pacing mare with Simon Allard in the bike beat a 1-9 shot, among others, in a condition on Tuesday, scoring at 54-1 for a $110.80 payout on a $2 win ticket. DRIVER OF THE WEEK: MARK MACDONALD MacDonald has made Pocono more of a regular stop on his schedule this year, and it's paying off, as evidenced by back-to-back driving doubles on Monday and Tuesday. TRAINER OF THE WEEK: NIFTY NORMAN Norman had the best hand in the Bobby Weiss series on Tuesday for three-year-old trotting fillies, winning two of the three divisions with Eazy Pass and Bella Bellini. That will do it for this week at Pocono, but we'll see you at the track. Feel free to e-mail me at jbeviglia@mohegansunpocono.com. by Jim Beviglia, for The Downs                            

HARNESS RACING PACER OF THE WEEK: BABES DIG ME This six-year-old gelding was coming off a win in a lower claiming handicap group in his last start at Pocono when he moved up on Saturday into the $30,000 to $40,000 group. He also switched barns, with Darren Taneyhill taking over as trainer. Leaving from a #2 post in a field of eight as the 4-1 second choice, Babes Dig Me sat third early in the mile. On the back stretch, driver Jim Pantaleano got him going with a first-over move. Babes Dig M easily sped by pacesetting Sunset Braydon and kept extending the lead from there. The end result was a romping win, his second straight, in 1:49:4, a new career-best for him and the fastest pacing time of the 2021 meet so far at Pocono. HONORABLE MENTION PACERS Aflame Hanover (Marcus Miller, Linda Schadel), who moved up in class for his second straight condition win on Saturday at Pocono in 1:50. So Irresistible (Scott Zeron, Bruce Saunders), whose victory in the Bobby Weiss series for three-year-old pacing fillies in Monday in 1:53 was her second straight win in the series and third straight overall. Straight Talk (Matt Kakaley, Ron Burke), who picked up his second straight win in the Weiss series for male pacers on Saturday and did so in a career-best 1:51:4. TROTTER OF THE WEEK: TOP ME OFF This three-year-old ridgling trained and driven by Todd Schadel has been one of the stars of the Bobby Weiss series through the first two legs. After tuning up with an impressive maiden win on March 22 in a sharp 1:54:2, Top Me Off conquered the first leg of the Weiss for male trotters on April 3 at Pocono in 1:54:4. He was back at it on Sunday night, leaving from post position #5 in a field of six as a 1-2 favorite. Killer Instinct, who had taken Top Me Off right to the finish in their last matchup before losing by a neck, set the pace. Schadel sat confidently behind in the pocket with the favorite and then cut him loose in the stretch. Top Me Off blew past Killer Instinct and won going away, trotting the mile in 1:57:1 on a good track for his third straight victory. HONORABLE MENTION TROTTERS Try Try Again (George Napolitano Jr., Tee Wine), who won his second consecutive claiming handicap trot on Tuesday at Pocono, getting it done in 1:56:1. Hoolie N Hector (Anthony Napolitano, Andrew Adamczyk), who won his second straight in the Weiss series for male trotters on Sunday night at Pocono, delivering in 1:57. Ching Ching Lucky (George Napolitano Jr., Norman Morford), a mare who followed up her maiden victory with another condition win at Pocono on Tuesday, trotting the mile in 1:57:2. LONG SHOT OF THE WEEK: ROCKIN IN THE HILLS Driven by Anthony Napolitano, this pacer, who won at 86-1 earlier in the meet, delivered a rallying win in a claiming handicap on Saturday at 24-1, paying $51.60 on a $2 win wager. DRIVER OF THE WEEK: GEORGE NAPOLITANO JR. The meet's leading driver had a typically massive week at Pocono, as George Nap was particularly effective during the weekend cards, winning a combined nine times on Saturday and Sunday. TRAINER OF THE WEEK: RON BURKE All there of Burke's wins at Pocono this week came in the Bobby Weiss series, including a pair of victories in the three-year-old colts and geldings pacing group on Saturday. That will do it for this week at Pocono, but we'll see you at the track. Feel free to e-mail me at jbeviglia@mohegansunpocono.com. by Jim Beviglia, for The Downs                    

The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono features harness racing announcer Jim Begivlia's Week In Review column. Here is the first edition. PACER OF THE WEEK: SCOTT ROCKS It's only fitting that this eleven-year-old gelding and career millionaire should win first Weekly Honors for 2021 at Pocono, as he has been the most successful horse at the track over the stretch he's been racing. This year Scott Rocks has been reborn as a claimer, starting on the lowest rungs of the ladder at the $10,000 level at Pocono on March 7. He won that race and then followed up with two more in a row as his claiming price went up each time. On Saturday, he faced off with the top claimers at Pocono, the $30,000 to $40,000 group, as a 1-5 favorite. George Napolitano Jr., who has been aboard Scott Rocks for the vast majority of his Pocono victories, guided him first-over in this one for a hard-fought victory in 1:51:3. Trained by Hunter Oakes, the gelding shows no signs of slowing down, even as he notched his 67th career win and pushed his career earnings over $1.1 million. Honorable Mention Pacers One Eight Hundred (Joseph Fonseca, Nancy Takter), who posted the fastest winning time in the Bobby Weiss series for three-year-old male pacers on Saturday in a career-best 1:50:2 despite it being his first start of the year. The Lady Sheriff (George Napolitano Jr., Darren Taneyhill), who became the first horse in the 2021 meet at Pocono to five wins when she scored her fifth victory in a row on Monday in a claiming handicap against other mares. Peggy J (Simon Allard, Jeff Sorenson), who captured her straight condition pace against mares on Tuesday at Pocono in 1:54:2. TROTTER OF THE WEEK: RICH AND MISERABLE This is another trotter who has a rich, so to speak, history at Pocono, once winning Trotter of the Year honors at the track. After breaking stride as a heavy favorite in his first start of the meet, Rich And Miserable, a six-year-old gelding trained by Todd Buter, bounced back strong with a win in the slop on March 28 in 1:56:3. In Sunday night's featured $11,200 trot, he was made the 1-9 favorite despite leaving from an outside post in a field of seven. By the 3/8-mile mark of the race, Rich And Miserable had taken the lead. He had to deal with a first-over effort from Blenheim on the back stretch, and then was pushed by pocket-sitting Wilberforce in the home stretch. But Rich And Miserable responded to the challenge under the guidance of driver Tyler Buter, with his second straight victory coming in a time of 1:54:2. Honorable Mention Trotters Top Me Off (Todd Schadel driver and trainer), who followed up a condition win with a victory on Saturday in the Weiss Series in 1:54:4, the fastest time of the day in the Weiss by male trotters. King Alphonso (Jim Pantaleano, Neil Balcerak), who won a condition trot at Pocono on Sunday in 1:53:2, the week's fastest trotting time. Tuis Shadow (Simon Allard, Donald Wiest), who stepped up in class on Tuesday and won his second straight condition trot at Pocono, this one in a career-best 1:55:3. LONG SHOT OF THE WEEK: HOOLIE N HECTOR This three-year-old trotter driven by Anthony Napolitano pulled off a surprise in the Bobby Weiss Series on Saturday at 19-1, paying off $41.80 on a $2 win ticket. DRIVER OF THE WEEK: DEXTER DUNN Dunn was the dominant force in the Bobby Weiss Series this week, especially on Tuesday when he swept all three divisions for the three-year-old trotting fillies. TRAINER OF THE WEEK: LES GIVENS Givens had a day to remember on Monday, sending out three trainees at Pocono and winning with every one of them, including with Incaseyoudidntknow in the Bobby Weiss three-year-old pacing fillies' group. That will do it for this week, but we'll see you at the track. Feel free to e-mail me at jbeviglia@mohegansunpocono.com. by Jim Beviglia, for The Downs                    

The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono announced major changes to their takeout rates, all of which are firmly in favor of the bettor. Pocono's Director of Racing & Sportsbook Operations Mike Zullinger confirmed the changes, which will go into effect on April 1. The track's next live racing card comes up on Saturday, April 3. Here are the affected wagers and the takeout reductions: Win, place and show: Down from 19% to 17% Trifecta, superfecta: Down from 30% to 26% Pick 3, Pick 4: Down from 25% to 20% Only the Rainbow Pick 5 (15% takeout) and the Exacta and Daily Double wagers (both 20% takeout) remain unaffected by the changes. The announcement comes at the same time that Pocono is moving to its four-day-a-week schedule for the first time this season. Pocono will now be racing on Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, a schedule that will remain in effect until October. The changes also come right before a racing week that should be particularly exciting at the track. The Bobby Weiss series, which is run in honor of Pocono's longtime track superintendent and features an impressive group of three-year-olds classified by gender and gait, will begin on Saturday. by Jim Beviglia, for The Downs

The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono 2021 Season Preview The 2021 harness racing season has arrived at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono. It's an earlier start than we've had in the past, which in turn gives our fans an earlier chance than usual to dig into all the action. It all gets underway on Saturday, February 6, the first of 137 racing days on the new season's schedule. Let's start off by taking a look at that schedule, so you'll know when the live racing takes place. After Opening Day, Pocono returns a week later (no racing on Super Bowl Sunday) for a February racing schedule of Saturdays at 12:30 PM ET and Sundays at 5 PM ET. That's the way it stays until March, when we add a third day: Mondays at 12:30 PM ET. In April, Pocono gets up to full gear by adding Tuesdays at 12:30PM ET, and that's the way we stay throughout the rest of the spring and summer months. In October, the final month of the season, Pocono reverts to Saturday, Sunday and Monday racing until Closing Day, scheduled for Saturday, October 30. Over the years, Pocono has built a reputation as having some of the most competitive overnight racing action (non-stakes races) in North America. In February and March, the track will pay tribute to the claiming division with the Game of Claims, a series which inaugurated last year and features combined purses of $145,000 for the four series finals. The next series to come down the block will be the Bobby Weiss Series, named after Pocono's longtime track superintendent. In the Weiss series, three-year olds take center stage. This series culminates from April 24 to 27 with a quartet of $40,000 finals. It's at that point that the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes, Pennsylvania All-Stars, and Pennsylvania Stallion Series all kick into gear. Featuring two and three-year-old horses from the Keystone State, these races draw in some of the best racing talent, lured as they are by the massive purses. In addition, those horses in the Sire Stakes and Stallion Series know they have to perform well if they want to get to the finals, which push the purses even further skyward (more on that in a bit.) On Saturday, August 21, it's the return of Sun Stakes Saturday, the biggest racing day of the season at Pocono, one which puts the track at the epicenter of the harness racing universe. For many years now, the track has hosted the $300,000 Max Hempt Memorial (for three-year-old pacers, the $250,000 James Lynch Memorial (for three-year-old filly pacers) and the $300,000 Earl Beal Jr. Memorial (for three-year-old trotters,) and will do so again in 2021. The new addition this year is the Delmonica Hanover stakes. This is a race named after a legendary trotter who won her division four times in the 1970s. In her honor, the top three-year-old trotting fillies will be going at it for $250,000. When you combine the stakes and consolation races on tap that day, a total of $2.1 million will be on the line in a single racing card. As we mentioned earlier, the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes bring together the very best horses in the state throughout the summer. And, on Saturday, September 4, Pocono will host the three-year-old PA Sire Stakes championships, which will crown the overall winners and award over $1 million dollars in purses in the finals alone. In other words, there will be a lot on the line at Pocono in 2021. That goes also for the heavy competition in the paddock area among the drivers and trainers. Pocono boasts one of the most talented communities of horsemen and horsewomen anywhere, and that will surely be on full display again this season. Anticipation is high among all of us who work at Pocono. This will be my fourteenth season calling the races at the track, and I still get the same level of excitement as I ever have for a new season. It's a season that feels extra-special, one where the gratitude we all have for having such an enjoyable place to come to work each day might be at higher level than ever. We just can't wait to get started. In that spirit, we hope to see you all on Opening Day and throughout the 2021 campaign at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono. That will do it for now, but we'll see you at the track. Feel free to e-mail me at jbeviglia@mohegasunpocono.com.   Jim Beviglia

HARNESS RACING PACER OF THE WEEK: JUST N ACE Despite winning his previous two races at Pocono, this five-year-old gelding was a 9-1 at the windows for Saturday afternoon's $25,000 to $30,000 claiming handicap pace. Perhaps it was because, for one, he was moving up in class from the $20,000 claimers. And there was also the fact that Just N Ace was switching barns after a claim. Leaving from position #1 in a field of seven, Just N Ace didn't seem concerned at all about the lack of betting interest. Driver Larry Stalbaum sent him out to the front, rated him well, and let the gelding, now in the barn of trainer James Guagliardo, do the rest. Just N Ace easily dealt with a first-over challenge from Major Deception and rolled to his third consecutive win in 1:53:2 on a track listed in good condition. Honorable Mention: IYQ YQR (Anthony Napolitano, Marta Piotrow), who moved up in class on Saturday to win a $20,000 claimer in 1:52:1, giving him three victories in a row. Dafinaty (Anthony Napolitano, Tom Wine II), who rolled to his second straight claiming win on Sunday, delivering in 1:54. Talk Show Chica (Tom Jackson driver and trainer), a three-year-old filly who rolled to her second straight condition win on Sunday night, this time scoring in 1:53:2. TROTTER OF THE WEEK: STOP RESISTIN There are often concerns about a horse coming off a career-best mile, in that bettors worry that it won't be able to duplicate that performance. This four-year-old gelding trained by Steven Brabrook posted his career-best mile in a win in a claiming handicap trot on October 18 at Pocono in 1:54:3. On Sunday night, Stop Reistin faced the same $10,000 to $12,500 claiming handicap trotting group looking for two in a row. Leaving from post position #6 in a field of eight as a 2-1 second choice, Stop Resistin sat back off the early pace as a speed duel between Meetmeinthemiddle and EV's Girl developed. Driver Marcus Miller chose a three-wide path on the back stretch for the gelding and he zipped past the leaders. From there, Stop Resistin was clear of the field and won his second straight, managing to reset his career mark in the process with a 1:53:2. Honorable Mention Crossfit (Tyler Buter, Susan Marshall), who captured his second straight claiming handicap trot on Tuesday and matched his career-best in the process with a 1:54:2. Believer (Tom Jackson, Randy Taft), who followed up his maiden victory at Harrah's with a condition win at Pocono on Tuesday in a career-best 1:58:1. Rich And Miserable (Tyler Buter, Todd Buter), who came up with a victory in Saturday afternoon's featured condition trot at Pocono for a $14,000 purse in 1:53, which was the fastest trotting time of the week at Pocono. LONG SHOT OF THE WEEK: HATIKVAH Coming from off the pace with driver Mattias Melander, this trotter rallied for a condition win on Saturday at Pocono at 17-1, paying off $37.60 on a $2 win ticket. DRIVER OF THE WEEK: TYLER BUTER Buter is closing out what might be his best ever season at Pocono pretty strong, as he churned out four wins on Saturday and then added multiple victories again on Sunday and Tuesday. TRAINER OF THE WEEK: CLAY FAUROT JR. Faurot did well by the veterans on Sunday night, picking up three training wins, all of which came with claiming pacers at least ten years old. That will do it for this week, but we'll see you at the track. Feel free to e-mail me at jbeviglia@mohegansunpocono.com. by Jim Beviglia, for The Downs                

PACER OF THE WEEK: SCOOTNROLL Unraced as a two-year-old, this sophomore gelding began his harness racing career this year with six straight wins in New York. Upon joining the John Hallett barn, he scored a win at Pocono to make it seven in a row before suffering his first loss by a neck to Billy Lincoln N on October 4. But Scootnroll rebounded by beating Billy Lincoln N and the rest of a non-winners of four group at Pocono on October 11 in a career-best 1:51. On Sunday night, he faced that same class from an outside post in a field of seven as an 8-5 second choice. With Tyler Buter in the bike, the gelding hustled to the front and had to deal with a strong first-over challenge from Diamond Head and a late move from his old foe Billy Lincoln N, who had the pocket trip. Scootnroll answered them all to pace away for his second straight victory and his ninth in ten career races, resetting his career mark in 1:50:2 in the process. Honorable Mention Just N Ace (Anthony Napolitano, Antonia Storer), who picked up his second straight claiming victory on Saturday, winning in 1:52:1. IYQ YQR (Anthony Napolitano, Marta Piotrow), who rolled to his second claiming win in a row on Saturday and did so in a career-best 1:50:2. Macheasy A (Tyelr Buter, Rob Harmon), whose first ever U.S. victory in a condition pace on Saturday came in 1:50:1, the fastest pacing time of the week at Pocono. TROTTER OF THE WEEK: EXPLOSIVEBREAKAWAY This four-year-old gelding trained by Fred Grant earned over six figures in 2019 and has been excellent in recent months. Coming into the featured condition trot for $17,200 at Pocono on Saturday, Explosivebreakaway had hit the board in his previous five races. with three victories in that span. He left from post position #2 as the 2-1 third choice in a field of seven on Saturday. The gelding stayed out of the early battle for the lead as Icanflylikeanangel set the pace. Driver Tom Jackson set Explosivebreakaway in motion second-over on the back stretch with cover behind race favorite Scirocco Rob. In the stretch, Explosivebreakaway came up three-wide and scrambled past Icanflylikeanangel to win in 1:53. Honorable Mention Goes Down Smooth (Tom Jackson, Ron Burke), whose condition victory on Saturday came in 1:52:4, which was the fastest trotting time of the week at Pocono. Crossfit (Tyler Buter, Susan Marshall), who chalked up a claiming handicap win on Tuesday in 1:54:4. Dot Dot Dot dash (Chase Vandervort, William Vandervort Jr.), who rolled to a condition win on Sunday night in a career-best 1:54:1. LONG SHOT OF THE WEEK: JAMAICAN COWBOY With McGwire Sowers in the bike, this pacer came up late for a claiming victory on Sunday night at 24-1, paying $51.20 on a $2 win bet. DRIVER OF THE WEEK: TOM JACKSON In what was a relatively balanced week on the driving side at Pocono, Jackson stands out for his three wins, including a double on Saturday. TRAINER OF THE WEEK: RON BURKE The Burke barn has stood tall at the top of the trainers' standings all year long at Pocono, and two more victories on Saturday solidified that. That will do it for this week at Pocono, but we'll see you at the track. Feel free to e-mail me at jbeviglia@mohegansunpocono.com. by Jim Beviglia, for The Downs                

PACER OF THE WEEK: CLOSING STATEMENT Coming into a $10,000 condition pace on Saturday afternoon, this five-year-old harness racing gelding trained by Randy Bendis had picked up back-to-back victories, one at the Meadows and one at Pocono. Closing Statement was stepping up in class for the race on Saturday. Perhaps that's why he went off at middling odds of 6-1 with the inside post in a field of seven. In the previous two wins, Closing Statement had lived up to his name with come-from-behind efforts. But driver Larry Stalbaum had other ideas on Saturday, sending the gelding to the front and setting nasty fractions. Closing Statement never let up, rolling to a romping victory in 1:49.3, which was a new career-best and the fastest pacing time of the week at Pocono. Honorable Mention R Gauwitz Hanover (Kevin Wallis, Kevin Reynolds Jr.), who picked up his second straight claiming win on Sunday night in 1:53.4. Scootnroll (Tyler Buter, John Hallett), who captured Sunday night's feature condition pace in a career-best 1:51.1, giving him wins in eight of his nine career races. Full View (Tyler Buter, Scott Blackler), who scored his second straight condition win on Tuesday afternoon, getting it done in 1:52.4, which matched his career-best. TROTTER OF THE WEEK: MUSCLE M UP The featured $17,200 condition trot on Saturday afternoon was stacked with top competitors. Even though Muscle M Up, a five-year-old stallion trained by Ake Svanstedt, had won a featured trot in his last start at Pocono, he went off as a 5-2 third choice. Early on he sat third while Explosivebreakaway, the 9-5 favorite, set the pace. On the back stretch, driver Anthony Napolitano sent Muscle M Up first-over after Explosivebreakaway. The two hooked up for a great duel, with Muscle M Up eventually wearing down the favorite and getting the better of it. The stallion trotted away at the end to win by two lengths in 1:52.2, which was the fastest trotting time posted at Pocono this past week. Honorable Mention Sylvesteramericait (Mike Simons, Robert Baggitt Jr.) who came in from Harrah's for a condition victory on Saturday in 1:54.1, his second win in his last three races. Winning Legends (Justin Huckabone driver and trainer), whose win at Pocono in a condition on Saturday came in a career-best 1:53.2. Mighty Surf (Mike Simons, Jake Huff), a mare who handled a $20,000 claiming trotting group on Tuesday in 1:56.2 on an off-track. LONG SHOT OF THE WEEK: MAC ANOVER This one paid a nice price after scoring a condition pacing victory on Saturday with Simon Allard in the bike at 11-1, yielding a $24.80 payback on a $2 win ticket. DRIVER OF THE WEEK: SIMON ALLARD Allard rolled to five wins on Saturday at Pocono, and then arrived late Sunday night to dash off victories in the last three races on the program. TRAINER OF THE WEEK: MARTA PIORTOW The Piotrow barn has been a factor all year long at Pocono, and she continues to roll as the season winds down after earning a training double on Sunday. That will do it for this week at Pocono, but we'll see you at the track. Feel free to e-mail me at jbeviglia@mohegansunpocono.com. by Jim Beviglia, for The Downs                

PACER OF THE WEEK: SHES SPORTY A In the case of harness racing claiming handicaps, the best horses often have to deal with the toughest posts. Case in point: This six-year-old mare from the barn of trainer Gilberto Garcia-Herrera, who came into Sunday night's $10,000 to $12,500 claiming handicap pace with two straight wins, including one at The Downs. In that victory at Pocono, Shes Sporty A had to overcome a #9 post position. She was back in that spot trying to do it again on Sunday night, going off as the even-money favorite. Driver Anthony Napolitano was able to find her a nice spot in the pocket behind pacesetter Always Be Lucy. In the stretch, Shes Sporty A rolled past, once again handling the tough post and posting he victory in 1:52:3. Honorable Mention Rock The Town (Anthony Napolitano, Darren Taneyhill), who followed up a victory at Harrah's with a condition victory at Pocono on Saturday in 1:50:3. Joesstar Of Mia A (Anthony Napolitano, Steven Brabrook), who captured Saturday afternoon's $14,000 featured condition pace in 1:50:3. Billy Lincoln N (Marcus Miller, Tahnee Camilleri), who won Sunday night's featured condition pace in 1:52:2, beating previously unbeaten Scootnroll in the process. TROTTER OF THE WEEK: EV'S GIRL Trained by Brianne Good, this four-year-old mare surprised a $12,500 claiming trot group on September 28 at Pocono as a 24-1 winner. In that race, Ev's Girl came from well off the pace to get the victory in 1:56:4. On Sunday night, she was suddenly the belle of the bettors at Pocono, going off as a 7-5 betting favorite. Leaving from a #6 post in a field of eight, Ev's Girl decided to change her strategy from her previous win. Well, at least driver Anthony Napolitano did, sending the mare to the front end and dictating the pace. The bottom line was her second straight victory, as this time she came home in a new career-best time of 1:56. Honorable Mention Explosive Breakaway (Tom Jackson, Fred Grant), who followed up a win at Harrah's with a victory at Pocono on Saturday in a $14,000 condition trot in 1:54:2. Broadway Athena (Anthony Napolitano, Gilberto Garcia-Herrera), who came off a victory at Harrah's to score a condition win on Saturday at Pocono in 1:53:2, the fastest trotting time of the week. Pilgrims Tide (Simon Allard, Shane Tritton), who dominated in the claiming handicap featured trot on Tuesday with a win in a career-best 1:54:1. LONG SHOT OF THE WEEK: ROCK THREE TIMES This veteran pacer driven by Anthony Napolitano in the bike came from well off the pace in a condition race on Tuesday for the win at 22-1, paying off $46.20 on a $2 win ticket. DRIVER OF THE WEEK: ANTHONY NAPOLITANO It was all A-Nap this past weekend at Pocono, as he tore it up to the tune of five driving wins apiece on Saturday and Sunday. TRAINER OF THE WEEK: DARREN TANEYHILL Taneyhill enjoyed the best single-day performance of any trainer in 2020 at Pocono on Saturday when his trainees came up with four victories. That will do it for this week at Pocono, but we'll see you at the track. Feel free to e-mail me at jbeviglia@mohegansunpocono.com. by Jim Beviglia, for The Downs            

PACER OF THE WEEK: JOHNNY Q This eight-year old harness racing gelding trained by Darren Taneyhill has done a lot of winning of late, all while raising his claiming price in the process. Coming into a $20,000 claimer on Saturday afternoon at Pocono, he had won back-to-back starts (one at Pocono, one at Harrah's) and four of his last five overall. On Saturday, Johnny Q had to deal with a #8 post in a field of nine, but still went off as the even-money betting favorite. Driver George Napolitano Jr. found a spot for the favorite behind Whats Inthe Esky A, who was a first-over challenger for pacesetter Wise Image. When Whats Inthe Esky A took the lead, he was ripe for the late move by Johnny Q, who rolled on past in the stretch. With the win in 1:50:4, he now has captured three in a row and five of his last six. Honorable Mention Bellows Binge (Matt Kakaley, Clay Faurot Jr.), who moved up in class for the new barn to win his second in his last three claimers at Pocono, getting it done on Saturday in a career-best 1:50:1. Ascaryone Hanover (Anthony Napolitano, Marta Piotrow), who rallied late for a win, his second straight, in a claimer on Monday afternoon, scoring in 1:54:1. Autotune Hanover (Matt Kakaley, John Hallett), who moved to two-for-two at Pocono since arriving from Tioga following a claiming victory on Monday in 1:55:2. TROTTER OF THE WEEK: THE LIONKING AS This five-year-old gelding trained and driven by Kevin Wallis was on the move up in class on Sunday night. He was coming off a win in his previous effort, a conquest in an $8,800 condition trot at Pocono on September 21 in 1:55:1. Sunday night proved a tougher test in a $10,000 group, as The Lionking AS left from post position #6 in a field of eight as a 7-2 second choice. Wallis was able to hustle The Lionking AS to the engine early, only for Hashtagmadeyalook to grab the lead from him. The gelding then waited for his opportunity in the pocket, which came when the stretch arrived and he moved into the passing lane. The Lionking AS rallied for the victory in 1:54:1 to give him two in a row. Honorable Mention Truemass Volo (Matt Kakaley, Wayne Short), who now has two straight victories on the Pocono oval after returning from Harrah's for a condition win on Saturday in 1:55:1. Joey Pro (Matt Kakaley, John Hallett), who took a big jump on the condition ladder on Sunday night and still came up with his second straight victory at Pocono, this one in 1:55. Fashionwoodchopper (George Napolitano Jr., John McDermott), who won his second straight condition race on Sunday night in less than a week at Pocono, delivering in 1:54. LONG SHOT OF THE WEEK: SPANISH ART With a flying rally late in the mile, this claiming pacer driven by Simon Allard overcame an outside post for a victory on Saturday afternoon at 94-1, paying off $191.40 on a $2 win ticket. DRIVER OF THE WEEK: GEORGE NAPOLITANO JR. The meet's leading driver keeps rolling right along, as he kicked off this week with a six-win afternoon on Saturday and produced at least three wins in all four racing days on the Pocono schedule. TRAINER OF THE WEEK: BRIANNE GOOD Good had a day for the books on Monday, scoring three training victories, including wins at long odds of 23-1 and 24-1 among her successes. That will do it for this week at Pocono, but we'll see you at the track. Feel free to e-mail me at jbeviglia@mohegansunpocono.com. by Jim Beviglia, for The Downs        

PACER OF THE WEEK: JUXTA COWGIRL The featured condition pace for harness racing fillies and mares on Sunday night at The Downs, which held a purse of $14,000, featured some intriguing competitors. Its Mesmerise N was looking for her fourth straight win, Eclipse Me N was Mare of the Year in 2019 at Pocono, and Queen Of The Pride was a big earner as a two and three-year-old. Juxta Cowgirl, who had won her last start at Pocono and was moving up in class for trainer Mike Watson, got away at 10-1 from the #3 post in a field of six. Driver Anthony Napolitano found Juxta Cowgirl a pocket spot behind pacesetting Eclipse Me N early. From there, the six-year-old mare bided her time as Eclipse Me N dealt with a first-over challenge from Its Mesmerise N. In the stretch, Napolitano coaxed Juxta Cowgirl into the passing line, where she fired past the leaders and picked up the upset victory in 1:51:2. Honorable Mention Kerford Road A (Tyler Buter, Rob Harmon), who defeated a pair of million-dollar earners in a condition pace on Saturday in 1:50:1, a new career-best and the fastest pacing time of the week at Pocono. Lachie Maguire N (Jim Marohn Jr., Justin Sodano), who won Saturday's featured claiming handicap pace in 1:51, ending the five-race winning streak of Bell I No in the process. Voracity (Todd McCarthy, David Russo), who tore up for a condition victory on Tuesday afternoon in 1:50:3. TROTTER OF THE WEEK: RICH AND MISERABLE A year ago, this five-year-old gelding trained by Todd Buter was the Trotter of the Year at Pocono as part of a 12-win season. On Saturday he returned from stints in New York and New Jersey to take on an $11,200 condition trotting group. Not surprisingly, the Pocono fans remembered him, making him the 3-5 favorite as he left from post position #6 in a field of eight. Driver Tyler Buter didn't wait long to make his move, sending Rich And Miserable from fourth to first on the front stretch. From there, the gelding remained in control, eventually coming home a winner by 2 ½ lengths over Lord Cromwell. The winning time for Rich And Miserable of 1:53:2 was the fastest trotting time of the week at Pocono. Honorable Mention Uncle Hanover (Kevin Wallis, Kimberly Burris), who shipped in from Tioga to win a condition trot on Sunday night in 1:53:4. Need Luck N (Jordan Stratton, Jason Johnson), who arrived from Harrington and picked up a condition victory on Saturday in a career-best 1:55. Sir Cromwell (Marcus Miller, Edward Hart), who handled a condition field on Tuesday in a career-best 1:57, giving him wins in each of his last two races on the Pocono oval. LONG SHOT OF THE WEEK: VALRHONA Driven by Mike Simons, this condition pacer surprised the faithful with a gate-to-wire victory on Tuesday at 49-1, paying $101.60 on a $2 win ticket. DRIVER OF THE WEEK: MIKE SIMONS Simons' fans walked away much richer this week, as three of his four winning drives on Monday and Tuesday came with horses at 14-1, 20-1 and 49-1. TRAINER OF THE WEEK: ROB HARMON It was an excellent weekend at Pocono for the Harmon barn, as he churned out a training double on Saturday afternoon and then added another victory on Sunday night. That will do it for this week at Pocono, but we'll see you at the track. Feel free to e-mail me at jbeviglia@mohegansunpocono.com. by Jim Beviglia, for The Downs        

This week's edition of the Week in Review focuses on the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes championships which took place at Pocono Downs this past Saturday. Four championship races for two-year-olds were held, each carrying a purse of $253,000. Let's take a look at all the actiom. TWO-YEAR-OLD TROTTING COLTS AND GELDINGS Captain Corey, trained and driven by Ake Svanstedt, came into the race as the one everybody had to beat. He had won the first three races of his career, all in Sire Stakes action in convincing fashion. The colt was part of an entry (along with Fly Light) that went off as the 1-9 favorite in the race. In previous races, Captain Corey had controlled the action on the front end. But in this one, he was forced to grind first-over as his stablemate Johan Palema set the pace. But Svanstedt was able to coax Captain Corey past in the stretch, as the colt came home a length-and-a-half in front in a career-best 1:53:4, which was also a Pennsylvania Championships record for the group. TWO-YEAR-OLD PACING COLTS AND GELDINGS In a group that seemed a bit wide-open coming into the final, Southwind Gendry was bet down to a 4-5 favorite as he left from the #2 post. Trained by Ron Burke and driven by David Miller, the colt came into the race with wins in three of five starts. He stayed back early as Always A Miki set the pace. Miller found cover for Southwind Gendry on the back stretch behind the first-over move of Chase H Hanover. In the stretch, the favorite was able to move to the outside of that over and power past Chase H Hanover for the victory. The winning time for Southwind Gendry was 1:51:3. TWO-YEAR-OLD TROTTING FILLIES Ake Svanstedt was at it again with this group, sending out the 9-5 favorite Flawless Country from post position #4 in a field of nine. This filly followed up seconds in his first two career races with three consecutive victories. In the championship, she settled third in early, with Svanstedt patiently waiting as he watched the outer flow materialize. Luckily, the outer flow started to drop back. When the pocket horse moved to the outside, Flawless Country had the room that she needed. Full of trot, she zipped past the tiring leaders and held off fellow closer You Ato Dream to get the victory by a head in 1:54:3. TWO-YEAR-OLD PACING FILLIES After three straight favorites had won the first three championships, Grace Hill looked to make it four-for-four in this race after wins in three of four starts. She went off at 6-5. Meanwhile, Blue Diamond Eyes, again courtesy of David Miller in the bike and Ron Burke as trainer, was let go as the 4-1 third choce. Returning to Pennsylvania after a solid stint in Kentucky at the Red Mile, Blue Diamond Eyes settled quietly in the third-in spot. Grace Hill was able to briefly take the lead with her first-over jaunt, but Miller found room deep at the pylons in the stretch for his filly to close. Blue Diamond Eyes rallied for the tight victory as the favorite, getting it done in a career-best 1:51, which matched the Championship record for that grouping. That will do it for this week at Pocono, but we'll see you at the track. Feel free to e-mail me at jbeviglia@mohegansunpocono.com. by Jim Beviglia, for The Downs          

PACER OF THE WEEK: TELL THEM LOU Moving up from overnight to stakes competition can be a bridge too far for a lot of horses. Tell Them Lou, a three-year-old gelding trained by Jim Campbell, was doing just that on Sunday night when he faced the Pennsylvania All-Stars for a purse of $35,000. Even though he had won his previous race, a non-winners of four, at Pocono in 1:51:1, bettors didn't give him much of a chance on Sunday, letting him go at 21-1. Driver Scott Zeron found Tell Them Lou a spot on the inside early, refusing to get caught up in the outer flow and taking his chances that things would open up late. They did just that, and the gelding seized his opportunity, powering past heavily-favored Cattlewash to spring the upset. Tell Them Lou paced the mile in a career-best 1:50:2. Honorable Mention Anne Bonney N (Scott Zeron, Paul Fusco), a mare who picked up her second consecutive condition win on Sunday night, doing so in a career-best 1:51. Razor's Edge (John Kakaley, Gilberto Garcia-Herrera), who followed up a condition win in his last start at Pocono with a $25,000 claiming victory on Saturday in 1:52:2. Freedom Warrior (Joe Bongiorno, Jennifer Bongiorno), a three-year-old gelding who defeated a condition group on Saturday and did so in a career-best 1:49:3, which was also the fastest pacing time of the week at Pocono. TROTTER OF THE WEEK: SCIROCCO ROB There is always a worry when a horse goes a career-best effort in one start that it will have a hard time following up that performance in the next. Scirocco Rob was brilliant in his victory at Pocono on August 22, winning in 1:51:3, not only a career mark but also our fastest trotting time of the season at Pocono. The five-year-old gelding trained by Mark Silva was back at it on Saturday afternoon, moving up in class to boot to face a $14,000 condition group. Leaving from an inside post in a field of nine as a 1-5 favorite, Scirocco Rob found the pocket early behind pacesetter Max. Driver George Napolitano Jr. decided he wanted to control matters and moved the favorite to the lead on the front stretch. Scirocco Rob was rock-solid from there, fighting off Max in the stretch by a length-and-a-half for his second straight victory and posting a time of 1:52:3 in the process. Honorable Mention Consus Victory (Corey Callahan, Randy Bendis), who moved up in class on Sunday night and won his second straight condition race with a time of 1:55:3. Valley Of Sin (Tyler Buter, Jill Roland), who followed up a win at Harrah's with a condition win at Pocono on Monday, despite a #9 post, in 1:55:4. Nice Stuff (Simon Allard, Laura Angle), a mare who was able to move up in class and rally for her second straight condition win on Tuesday, this one in 1:55.4. LONG SHOT OF THE WEEK: SHOW ME THE MAGIC This pacer driven by Kevin Wallis came from way back on the final turn to spring the upset in a claimer on Monday at 75-1, paying off $159 on a $2 win ticket. DRIVER OF THE WEEK: SCOTT ZERON Zeron was feeling it on Sunday night, as his four-win evening included three in a row on the program at one point and then was capped off with a Pennsylvania All-Stars victory aboard Tell Them Lou. TRAINER OF THE WEEK: TEE WINE The entire Wine training family have been ripping off wins with regularity of late at Pocono, with Tee taking center stage on Saturday with a pair of victories. That will do it for this week at Pocono, but we'll see you at the track. Feel free to e-mail me at jbeviglia@mohegansunpocono.com. by Jim Beviglia, for Mohegan Sun        

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