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After The Lovin proved best in the Monticello Raceway harness racing conditioned pace headliner as she dispatched the leader and rolled on to victory on Monday.   Michael Merton declined to contest the early lead from post six with the mare and opted for the sixth spot on the pylons going into the turn. He pulled After The Lovin to the outside shortly after and they made headway uncovered through the second quarter, which was completed in :58.1.   She accelerated in the third panel and quickly surpassed the leading Sweet Ginger (Bruce Aldrich Jr.) and assumed command just before three-quarters in 1:27. Special Graduate (Jim Taggart Jr.) attempted a rally from the pocket but found the leader was too good. After The Lovin paced home victorious in 1:56. Special Graduate was two and a quarter lengths short, and Sweet Ginger finished well back in third.   AFTER THE LOVIN REPLAY     After The Lovin, a five-year-old Carnivore mare, now holds a record of 16-for-51 and just less than $75,000 in career earnings. Christopher Petrelli trains her for owner David Del Pozzo of Methuen.   Monticello Raceway returns on Tuesday, Apr. 11 with a first post of 12:10 p.m. EDT and a total of eight dashes.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink  

The New Americana extended her streak of top three finishes to 11 straight with a front-end harness racing victory in the Monticello Raceway conditioned feature on Monday.   Bruce Aldrich Jr. marched the six-year-old mare to the top from post three going into the first turn, which was helped by the break of rail horse The Boss' Wife (Shane Taggart). The New Americana paced fractions of :29, :58.3, and 1:27.4 without being headed, but Glamorgal (Brandon Parker) threatened in the passing lane and Moonlightandroses (Cory Stratton) provided pressure on the outside coming down the lane.   The New Americana turned them all away though and paced home a neck the best in 1:57. Michael Merton threaded Too Much Sun through traffic late, and they took place. Glamorgal was third of seven. The winner paid $3.50.   THE NEW AMERICANA REPLAY     The New Americana made an immediate impact for James Teri of West Babylon, who claimed the six-year-old Yankee Skyscraper mare on Apr. 26 and assigned her to trainer Christopher Petrelli. The horse has won 23 of her 112 lifetime starts and has earned more than $220,000. She will not start for Teri next week though, as Ralph Silvestri III claimed the mare who started under a $7,500 tag to be eligible for the contest.   Quick Summer took the sub-feature conditioned trot in line to Merton by pressing on to the front from the five-hole, leading through :28.1, :58.2, and 1:28.4 splits, and narrowly holding off Big Bad Swan (Michael Miller), who finished second, by a head to win in 1:59.2. Er Betty (Jim Taggart Jr.) also closed in the late stages and finished third in the eight-deep field.   QUICK SUMMER REPLAY     Quick Summer is now 14-for-90 lifetime with more than $90,000 in earnings. It's her second win from as many starts for owner/trainer Andrew Adamczyk, who claimed her for $7,500 after her Apr. 19 outing. She's a seven-year-old Prayer I Am mare.   A correct $2 win ticket returned $5.80.   Monticello Raceway will return on Tuesday, May 4 to host nine dashes beginning at 12:10 p.m. EDT.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink  

Coco Hall went wire-to-wire in the co-featured harness racing trot at Monticello Raceway on Apr. 26.   Jim Taggart Jr. hustled the seven-year-old mare out to the early lead and maintained a two-length gap to the field through the opening panel of :29.3. He gave his charge two easy panels from there, going to the half in 1:00 and three-quarters in 1:30, and held off two late challengers to finish off the mile for a 2:01.2 half-length win.   Abequa (Cory Stratton) was second, and Labatt Hanover (Kyle DiBenedetto) grabbed the show spot.   COCO HALL REPLAY     Gary Messenger trains Coco Hall for Brenda Messenger of Monticello and Scott Woogen of North Chesterfield. The horse, a daughter of Amigo Hall, has won 15 of her 88 starts and made more than $85,000   She paid $5.70 to win.   Quick Summer victoriously trotted a similar mile in the other co-feature.   She stormed to the front for Michael Merton, reaching the top as the field turned for the first time. Merton guided the mare through fractions of :29.2, 1:00.4, and 1:31.1 before Demand An Answer (Bruce Aldrich Jr.) tested the leader's stamina by sliding up the passing lane in the stretch.   Quick Summer responded by finding another gear and out-trotting her foe in the final strides, winning by half a length in 2:02.1. Demand An Answer finished second, and Er Betty (Taggart) was third throughout. The winner paid $4.20.   QUICK SUMMER REPLAY     Quick Summer is now 13-for-89 with just less than $90,000 earned lifetime. Dennis Laterza trains the mare of Prayer I Am for Andrew Adamcyzk of Middletown.   Monticello Raceway returns with eight races at 12:10 p.m. EDT on Apr. 27.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

Special Graduate was in command in the first of three conditioned harness racing co-features at a muddy Monticello Raceway on Apr. 12.   Driver Bruce Aldrich Jr. pushed the Art Major mare to the top through the quarter in :29.2. He sliced out middle fractions of :59.4 and 1:29.4 while maintaining a length-and-a-quarter gap to first-over Delilah De Vie (Jim Taggart Jr.).   Special Graduate pulled away with ease and was wrapped up crossing the finish line in 2:00.2. Rella Tivity's (Drew Chellis) pocket trip landed her the place spot, and Delilah De Vie stayed on for third. The winner paid $3.20.   SPECIAL GRADUATE REPLAY     Special Graduate's win was her 10th on 35 lifetime attempts, and it increased her bankroll to more than $45,000. David Dziengiel trains and co-owns with Robert Sholes and Edward Davis, all of whom are residents of Bloomingburg.   Quick Summer took the second co-feature in similar fashion, though she was under duress for the entire back half and won a close photo.   Quick Summer sprinted out to the lead and enjoyed opening splits of :30.4 and 1:02.1 under the guidance of Michael Merton. Er Betty (Taggart) went first up going past the half and attacked the leader, drawing level at one point but backing off as they approached three-quarters in 1:32.1.   Er Betty persisted through, and Mayfair Well (Cory Stratton) slid up the inside as they straightened for home, setting the stage for a three-across finish. Mayfair Well went strongly on the inside, but Quick Summer was too determined and edged the victory by a neck in 2:02.4. The former was a game second, and Er Betty fought on for third.   QUICK SUMMER REPLAY     Quick Summer is now 12-for-87 lifetime with just shy of $85,000 in earnings. Barbara Schlosser of The Bronx owns the seven-year-old Prayer I Am mare and employs Dennis Laterza as the trainer. The horse paid $5.60 to win.   Best Choice captured the final co-feature, going first-up in a double move effort.   She pressed on from post six, vying for early position and settling for the third spot on the rail just past the quarter in :29.3. Merton kept her on the inside going by the half in 1:00.3 as the outer flow got moving. That choice paid off as the first-over contender backed up on the final backside trip, allowing Best Choice to make a first-up move of her own to go after leader The New Americana (Justin Huckabone).   Best Choice was at the leader's bridle at three-quarters in 1:30.3 and went by, but she was unable to clear turning for home, allowing The New Americana to re-rally up the pylons. They dueled down the lane, but Best Choice earned the victory and won by a half length in 2:00.1 The New Americana settled for place, and Realistic (John De Simone Jr.) followed the winner's cover for show.   BEST CHOICE REPLAY     Best choice won first off the claim for Mo Coo Inc of Merrick and Andew Adamcyzk of Middletown. Adamcyzk also trains the five-year-old Ponder mare that has won 13 of her 58 starts and earned more than $55,000 lifetime.   Monticello Raceway will return on Tuesday, Apr. 13 with nine races kicking off at 12:10 EDT.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink

Harness racing driver Greg Merton won four of Monticello Raceway's 13 on Thursday, Apr. 8, including the two conditioned co-features.   Merton began his day on the right foot, capitalizing on a leader's break with Junior's Dew in the opener. He placed the seven-year-old into the pocket spot through the quarter in :28.1 and followed leader No Stone Unturned (Jim Devaux) to the half in :58.1.   No Stone Unturned promptly went off stride at that point, gifting the lead to Juniors Dew who led to three-quarters in 1:27.2 and opened up a three-and-a-quarter-length gap in the lane for a 1:56.1 win. Stop Action (Brandon Parker) came from last to take the place spot, and Our Regal Ideal N (Cory Stratton) was third.   JUNIOR'S DEW REPLAY     Juniors Dew is now 14-for-105 with more than $95,000 in earnings. Ashley Eldred trains the Western Ideal gelding for Marianna Monaco of Poughquag. The horse paid $4 to win.   After winning two more in between, Merton took the other co-feature in a wire-to-wire romp with Sb Mikes Hot Beach.   He sent the journeyman stallion to the lead immediately, taking the front end unopposed. Sb Mikes Hot Beach settled in, guiding the field through splits of :28.3, :58.1, and 1:27.3 before leaving the pack behind in the final quarter in a 1:56.1 win by five and a half lengths.   Runhappy Ten (Jim Devaux) was best of the remainder in second, and Cee Pee Panic (Michael Merton) took show money.   SB MIKES HOT BEACH REPLAY     Candace Brandsetter trains Sb Mikes Hot Beach for Nicole Mason of Freedom. The 13-year-old horse by Magical Mike has won 45 races in a 276-race career and earned more than $355,000.   Merton and his brother, Michael, combined for six victories on the day. Greg also won aboard Rise Up Now (1:58.2) in the second and Ok Galahad (1:56.4) in the 10th. Michael visited the winner's circle after the sixth and ninth with Mikey Boy (1:58.1) and Donau (1:57.3), respectively. Another Merton sibling, Thomas, trained Donau.   Also on the card, Joseph Pennacchio won the North American Driving Association 4th Leg trot with 50-1 longshot Keystone Blade. Pennacchio contested the early lead with his charge before settling for the pocket spot, then came back around at three-quarters and out-kicked the rest of the field to win by two and three quarter lengths in 1:59.2.   KEYSTONE BLADE REPLAY     Keystone Blade and Pennacchio won their first NAADA appearance of the season on Mar. 25. Keystone Blade, an eight-year-old Yankee Glide gelding, is trained by Cory Stratton for Joe P Racing LLC of Delray Beach. The horse is 23-for-161 lifetime with just shy of $175,000 earned. He paid $102 to win.   For full race results, click here.   by Nicholas Barnsdale, for Harnesslink  

Monticello, NY - Mike Merton finished the 2020 season on a high note and he has picked up where he left off starting the 2021 season leading all drivers with four winners on the harness racing card Thursday January 7 at Monticello Raceway. Merton scored with CC Big Boy Sam (1:59.1 - $10.00) for his Golden Gesture (1:59.4 - $3.30) Beach Blast (2:01.3 - $12.00) and finished off with OK Icon (2:00.3 - $3.00) Kyle Dibenedetto also drove two winners on the afternoon. Shawn Wiles  

Monticello, NY - If the harness racing driver's colony at Monticello Raceway were a baseball team, they would be 20 games ahead of their nearest rival, on Thursday December 31, Mike Merton had his second Grand Slam in two days, and for the 3rd time this season. Merton's batting average (UDRS) is .389. Other drivers that had a Grand Slam this year at the Mighty M are Bruce Aldrich, Jim Taggart Jr, James Devaux and Cory Stratton. Merton started off in the fourth inning, race four with a win aboard Dotted Line (2:00.3 - $7.00) next up was Baywood Shadow (2:00.2 - $6.30) who earned his seventh win of the COVID shortened season. After a short hiatus he came back in the 8th race to score with Blacktree (1:59.3- $7.30) for trainer Andrew Adamczyk, and finished the afternoon going for the cycle with Wrangler Rockstar (2:02.4 - $4.80) Merton had a strong shot to win five, but the heavy favorite Tinos Pulse made a break in the paddock turn in race 10. Blacktree Greg Merton had three winners and Bruce Aldrich had two winning drives, Art Green enjoyed two training victories on the afternoon The 12 race card produced a season high handle of $850,256, a race average of $71,000, live racing will resume on Monday January 4 with 12:25 with racing Monday through Friday. Shawn Wiles

Monticello, NY - On Thursday October 29, harness racing driver Mike Merton drove 4 winners on the 9 race card at Monticello Raceway. The banner day started off with Crixus in race 2 (2:00.4 - $3.80) the Keith Haase trainee notched his first win for the year. Fox Valley Julius (PP5) was a 2 length winner in 1:59.3 - $2.30 for trainer Tyler Freese in the third race Drive Em Cowboy won his 8th race of the year for trainer Tom Merton in 1:53.3 - $2.50. In the last race of the day Michael won with Bold And Brave in 1:58.1 and returned $3.40 to win, the son of Bold Hope is trained by Art Green and is owned by William E. Emmons of Farmingdale, NY. James DeVaux also drove home 2 winners on the card, the leaderboard for top drivers at the Mighty M shows Bruce Aldrich Jr, atop of the list with 86 wins, followed by Jim Taggart Jr. with 69, the young Brandon Parker is in 3rd place with 59 wins, followed by Greg Merton 56, rounding out the top five is Mcgwire Sowers with 45 wins Bo Sowers has a commanding lead for leading dash winning trainers with 55 wins, Gary Messenger trails him with 19 wins and is in second place with 37 trips to the winner's circle. James Doherty Jr is in the show spot with 26 winners. by Shawn Wiles, for Monticello Raceway

Harness racing drivers Wally Hennessey and Mike Merton continued their dominance at Tioga Downs with five driving wins a piece on Saturday (August 29). Among his five wins, Hennessy captured the $6,500 featured fillies & mares' pace with Tay Tay M ($5.00). In the feature, Tay Tay M charged right out to the front from her outside post and led to the first quarter in :27.2. She probably won the race by slowing things down using a :30.2 second quarter as she hit the half first in :57.4. Gold Star Mysti (Corey Braden) came first-up to challenge as they reached the backstretch and harassed Tay Tay M all the way to three-quarters. Tay Tay M was the first to get there in 1:25.4. As they made the turn for home Tay Tay M was too strong down the stretch and she won it easily in 1:54.1. Gold Star Mysti had to settle for second with Coveredndiamonds N (Mike Merton) coming up to finish third.   Tay Tay M is a 6-year-old mare by Six Of Diamonds. She is owned by Richard Dunmire and trainer Kim Sears. It was her fourth win this season. She now has 17 career victories, Hennessey got his other wins with Prairie Midnight ($16.20), Weekend Atnannies ($3.40), Odds On Cheddar ($2.10), and Verdi D Em ($4.30). Merton got his five wins with Redemptionbluechip ($3.80), Real Lucky N ($2.70), Quick Deal ($10.00), Clarion Hall ($3.40), and A wish For Wings ($13.80). Rob Harmon trained three winners on the day and leads all trainers with 38 wins. Gaston Lareau is second with 32 victories. Joe Skowyra is third with 27 tallies. Mike Deters (25) and Jim McDonald (24) round out the top five. Tioga Downs returns to live racing on Sunday (August 30). The 13-race card features the $104,400 New York Sire Stakes 2-year-old trotting colts & geldings. Post time is 1 p.m. For more information go to by John Horne, for Tioga Downs  

Harness racing driver Mike Merton drove four winners including the $6,500 featured trot with Clarion Hall at Tioga Downs on Saturday (August 22). In the feature, Prairie Fortune (Mike Simons) passed Groovey Kid (Wally Hennessey) just before hitting the first quarter in:28.2. Prairie Fortune used a :28.3 second quarter to hit the half in :57.0. He would open at four lengths as they hit three-quarters in 1:25.0. As they went around the final turn Clarion Hall ($15.60) moved first-over into second and went on the chase. Prairie Fortune went on a break in the stretch. Clarion Hall inherited the lead and had to brace for a late charge from second place finisher Uncle Hanover (Kyle DiBenedetto) to win in1:55.1. Groovey Joe was third Best. Clarion Hall is a 6-year-old gelding by Windsong Espoir. He is owned by Michael Spaccerelli and trained by Rob Harmon. It was his fifth win this season and his 19th career victory. Merton got his other wins with Bravo Tex N ($4.40), Lightfootedlegend ($12.80), and Devissor ($4.10). Clarion Hall Tioga Downs returns to live racing on Sunday (August 23). The 15-race card features the $223,500 Empire Breeders Classic (EBC) for 3-year-old pacing fillies as well as the $240,600 EBC for 3-year-old pacing colts & geldings. Post time is 1 p.m. For more information go to John Horne for Tioga Downs

Harness racing driver Mike Merton and trainer Rob Harmon sweep co-features at Tioga Downs with Coveredndiamonds N and Clarion Hall on Saturday (August 8). Coveredndiamonds N ($5.70) captures the $5,500 featured fillies & mares pace. Prairie Westerngal (Wally Hennessy) took the field to the first quarter in :26.4. Coveredndiamonds N followed in the pocket as Prairie Westerngal used a :30.2 second quarter to lead to the half in :57.1. New Number Who Dis (Michael Deruntz) was the first to make a move going first-over into third but was just sputtering on the outside as Prairie Westerngal led to three-quarters in 1:26.1. As they made the turn for home Coveredndiamonds N popped out of the pocket and charged down the stretch to win in a seasonal best of 1:53.1 Prairie Westerngal had to settle for second best. Grant Me This (Jim Meittinis) finished third.   Coveredndiamonds N is 7-year-old mare by American Ideal. She is owned by Harmon Racing stable and Joel Kahan. It was her second win this season and her 21st career victory. Clarion Hall ($4.40) wins the $5,500 featured trot. Aquillo (Jim Meittinis) charges right out to the lead and led the first quarter in :27.4 Aquillo used a :29.0 second quarter to lead to the half in:56.4. Clarion Hall made his move as they headed for the backstretch going first-over from third. He took control just before hitting three-quarters in 1:25.3. Clarion Hall was joined by Joined by Lightfootedlegend (Bruce Aldrich) as they made the turn for home. Clarion Hall dug down deep and found something extra to win in 1:55.3. Lightfootedlegend was second best with Rose Run Rudi (Corey Braden) coming up to finish third.   Clarion Hall is a 6-year-old gelding by Windsong Espoir. He is owned by Michael Spaccarelli. It was his third straight win and fourth this season. He now has 18 career victoires. Mike Merton and Bruce Aldrich Jr. each drove three winners on the card. Tioga Downs returns to live racing on Sunday (August 9) with a 10-race card starting at 1 p.m. For more information go to by John Horne, for Tioga Downs

The Charging Moa N breezes to an easy harness racing win for driver Mike Merton in the $8,000 featured fillies & mares open handicap at Tioga Downs on Friday (July 17). Tay Tay M (Jim Taggart Jr) was the first to the front but that was short lived when the Charging Moa N ($3.90) took over before hitting the first quarter in :27.4. She controlled the pace using a :29.1 second quarter to hit the half in :57.0. She led them all to three-quarters in 1:24.4. As they made the turn for home second place finisher Tay Tay M gave everything she had but all she could do was watch as Charging Moa N found another gear and easily won in a seasonal best time of 1:52.4. Machs Echo (Jim Meittinis) finished third.   The Charging Moa N is a 9-year-old mare by Changeover. The mare is trained by Rob Harmon for owners Winners Circle Racing, Howudoin Stable, Richard Lerner, and Harmon Racing Stable. It was her second win of the season and her 24th career victory. Mike Merton drove three other winners on the day. He combined with trainer Gaston Lareau for wins with Blurred Lines ($8.30), and Sun Belle Slippery ($8.50). His other win came with A Yankee Feelin ($7.10). Lareau also trained Money Earned ($3.20) to a first place finish. Wally Hennessey leads all drivers so far this season with 38 wins. Mike Merton is second with 30 tallies. Tyler Buter (18), Corey Braden (13), and Renaldo Morales III (13) round out the top five. Tioga Downs returns to live racing on Saturday (July 18) with a 12 race card starting at 4 p.m. For more information go to by John Horne, for Tioga Downs

Monticello, NY - To find any 14-year horses racing these days is rare in harness racing, but on Tuesday afternoon at Monticello Raeway in the 4th race there were three 14 year olds in the same race. At the finish line was Elias Joy first, the came, My Cool Breeze to be second and third was Crypto Man. All of them 14 years old. The winner Elias Joy notched his 12 win of the season for trainer Robert Lounsbury as he trotted to a 4 length victory in 2:00.4 and returned $2.60 to win with Hunter Oaks in the bike. The son of Floritas Hero is not showing any signs of slowing down this year, with 34 starts under his belt and over $27,000 in seasonal earnings. Elias Joy is in 4th place with the most wins at Monticello Raceway this year. The three aged trotting warriors have combined lifetime stats of 1008 starts, 125 wins and over $846,000 in earnings. Crypto Man was driven by Bruce Aldrich Jr. and is trained and owned by David Dziengiel, a son of Malabar Man is out of the top producer Nervey's Taurus. My Cool Breeze is trained by Dawn DeVaux and is owned by her daughter Nicole and was driven by Mike Merton. In the next race Mike Merton went down on the track when Volare TZ made a nasty break going into the first turn and was out of control, Merton sustained a broken collar bone. by Shawn Wiles, for Monticello Raceway  

Tag Up And Go (Mike Merton) captures the $10,000 featured trot at Tioga Downs on Saturday (August 3). Campbellini (Jim Taggart Jr.) led to the first quarter in :27.4. Tag Up And Go ($4.80) then took the lead as they went by the stands for the first time. He led to the half in :57.0 and to three-quarters in 1:25.1. Tag Up And Go, who is trained by Patti Harmon for owners Lester Gelardi Jr., and Anthony Passafaro, led to the stretch. Dragin The Wagin (Aaron Byron) came first over and tried to challege for the the lead. Tag Up And Go was too strong and would get the victory in 1:54.3. Dragin The Wagon settled for second. Miss Flora (Corey Braden) came charging late to finish third. Tag Up And Go is a 9-year-old gelding by Angus Hall. It was his ninth win this season. He now has 48 career victories. Leading driver Wally Hennessey drove four winners on the night. He got his wins with Geronimo Fame ($18.00), Sweet Royalty ($8.60), Beguin Dugoutier F ($6.90), and Cinnabar Hall ($2.70) Tioga Downs returns to live racing on Sunday (August 3) with an 11 race card starting at 1 p.m. For more information go to by John Horne, for Tioga Downs

Harness racing driver Mike Merton won the $11,000 featured pace with Rebellious and drove four more winners at Tioga Downs on Sunday (July 28). Rebellious ($5.30) went straight to the lead and led to the first quarter in :26.1. Americanprimetime (Wally Hennessey) took over as they went by the stands for the first time. He controlled the pace as they hit the half in :53.3 and three-quarters in 1:21.3. Rebellious, who is owned by trainer Mike Deters and Joel Warner, went first-over just before three-quarters. He would fly right by and win going away in a new lifetime mark of 1:49.0. Americanprimetime held on for second. Motown N (Jeffrey Long) finished third. Rebellious is a 5-year-old gelding by Mach Three. It was his seventh win this season. He now owns 26 career victories. Rebellious Merton got his other wins with Melanie's Fran ($4.60), Mr Big Bucks ($2.90), Itsnoproblemman ($15.80), and The Spy ($6.10). Trainer Mike Deters swept the co-features as Prairie Fortune (Jim Meittinis) destroys the field in the $11,000 featured trot. Dragin The Wagon (Aaron Byron) took the lead just before hitting the first quarter in :26.4. He was first to the half in :56.2. Prairie Fortune ($2.50), who is owned by Deters and Laurie Poulin, went first over on the back stretch and took over with three-eighths of a mile to go. He hit three-quarters first in 1:23.4. He breezed down the stretch to win by 10 1/2 lengths in a lifetime best of 1:52.3. Jack Rules (Andy Santeramo) finished second. Campbellini (Corey Braden) was third best. Prairie Fortune is a 7-year-old gelding by Arapa Victory. It was his seventh win this season. He now owns 54 career victories. Tioga Downs returns to live racing on Friday (August 2) with a nine race card starting at 6:15 p.m. For more information go to John Horne for Tioga Downs

Marvalous Jet (Mike Merton) wins the featured harness racing fillies and mares pace ($10,000) at Tioga Downs on Friday (June 14). Gigi From Figi (Wally Hennessey) put up all the early fractions (:27.0, 55.4, 1;23.3). Gold Star Mysti (Corey Braden) went first-over and battled Gigi From Figi all the way around the final turn. Marvalous Jet ($14.20), who is owned by trainer Mario Dessureault and Catheline Pelletier, was second-over third at the three-quarter mark. She moved three-wide in the stretch and blew right by to win in 1:52.4. Gigi From Figi settled for second money. Gold Star Mysti finished third. Marvalous Jet is a 6-year-old mare by Delmarvalous. She won for the seventh time in 2019. She now has 31 career victories. Mike Merton drove three winners on the night. His other wins came with Vicky All ($4.70), and Gemalous ($6.70). Jim Meittinis and Jim Taggart Jr. each had driving doubles on the night. Meittinis teamed up with trainer Joe Skowyra to get victories with Law Of Attraction ($8.40), and Blurred Lines ($5.10). Taggart Jr. had wins with Prairie Easter ($4.30), and Delilah De Vie ($26.60). Tioga Downs returns to live racing on Saturday (June 15) with an 11 race card starting at 6:15 p.m. For more information go to   John Horne for Tioga Downs  

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