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Jerry Silva, Let It Ride Stables and Robert Cooper Stables couldn't have wished for a better start to Hambletonian Day 2009 when Btwynyuheartnmine came within 0.2 seconds of breaking the world record for Fillies and Mares. Starting from gate one Btwynyuheartnmine won her 12th race in 1:48.3 in today's (Saturday's) $50,000 Pace for fillies and mares at the Meadowlands Raceway.

Let It Ride Stables and Jerry Silva's Southwind Tempo led every step of the mile in the $200,000 Golden Girls for pacing mares on Saturday (August 1) at The Meadowlands. Leaving from post three in the field of seven, driver Tim Tetrick put the Ross Croghan trainee on the front end and she never looked back through fractions of :28, :55.2, 1:23.2 and 1:50.1.

Gallantly completed a series sweep as he drew off to victory in the $47,500 Charles Singer Memorial for 3-year-old trotters on Friday night at the Meadowlands. Gallantly and Tim Tetrick cleared the lead past the half and matched strides with First Notable Chip into the stretch.

Balmoral Park will showcase some of North America's top horses as well as the cream of the crop among the driving colony on Saturday night as six big American National Stakes will be contested on a big 14-race program. In all over $1.2 million in purse money will be up for grabs on the Saturday card.

What appeared to be headed towards a two horse showdown between elimination winners in the second heat of the 44th edition of the Kentucky Filly Futurity on Friday afternoon at The Red Mile, turned into a one horse runaway as One Tough Lass proved to be too tough for her rivals in straight heats.

Tug River Princess used a ferocious stretch rally to mow down the pacesetter, Btwnyurheartnmine and driver Ron Pierce, to win the $253,400 Nadia Lobell Final in 1:50, which established a new lifetime mark. John Campbell made his first Red Mile appearance of 2008 to drive the filly that is trained by Ross Croghan.

A pair of two-year-old trotting fillies trained by Ross Croghan captured both $28,000 opening round divisions of the New Jersey Sire Stakes on Tuesday, August 12, 2008 at Freehold Raceway.

2008 Battle of Lake Erie winner Bono Bests has been sold to Australian interests, according to trainer Ross Croghan.

Tremendous Hit (Joe Anderson) and Parkontheroad (Jim Pantaleano) grabbed the Yonkers Raceway glory in Friday night's $40,000 co-features.

Snow White, the 2007 champion filly, rebounded from a rare miscue last week to win the second of the two $35,000 Del Miller elims in 1:54. Starting from post nine, John Campbell floated Snow White to the lead in a :28.1 opening quarter and rated her through middle fractions of 57.1 and 1:26.

Corleone Kosmos coasted to a 1:52.2 victory in the $200,000 Titan Cup on Saturday night at the Meadowlands. Eric Goodell settled Corleone Kosmos in third as the field rounded the first turn, then hustled him to the front as they made their way down the backstretch.

Life Of Luxury rocketed up the pylons to score a stunning upset over Darlin's Delight in the $250,000 Lady Liberty Final on Friday night at the Meadowlands. Starting from post 11, in the second tier, driver Eric Goodell stayed clear of a scramble for the lead and settled Life Of Luxury in fourth as Darlin's Delight took command.

The field for the $733,031 Fan Hanover Stakes final on Saturday, June 14, has set up a classic duel between pacing fillies Tug River Princess and A and Gs Confusion. Unbeaten Tug River Princess extended her streak to 13 wins last Saturday in her Fan Hanover elimination, winning in a new lifetime clocking of 1:51.1 some three and a half lengths ahead of her nearest rival, Cuz She Can.

The fastest win of the week went to the former Frank Cooney-trained Scapa (7g Holmes Hanover-Belle Amie), a member of the exclusive sub-1.50 club after a 1.49.2 effort last July.

Undefeated 3-year-old pacing filly Tug River Princess extended her streak to 12 races in the $68,900 Blossom Final on Wednesday night (April 16) at the Meadowlands.

If there are such things as equine statements, then a few gauntlets were thrown down in Saturday night's second preliminary leg of the George Morton Levy Memorial Pacing Series at Yonkers Raceway.

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