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DOVER, Del.--- After dominating the Tuesday harness racing card with seven wins, Corey Callahan did one better on Wednesday, Feb. 18 , making it 15 wins in two nights at Dover Downs. Callahan steered Classic Belisima, who won four in-a-row on the front end before a third last start, took a 2-hole seat and sped down the passing lane for a 1:55.3 victory, It was Callahan's fifth of eight wins during the chilly night. It came in the $14,500 4&5-Year-Old Winners-Over feature trot. After sweeping the first three races, Callahan piloted Bill Cantrell's hard-hitting four-year-old daughter of Crazed - Classic Yankee, trained by John Cabot to victory. It was her ninth career win in 25 starts with seven seconds and three thirds banking $63,315 in purses. Everyone's Talkin (Trace Tetrick) led for most of the mile and was a close second at the finish breaking a two-win streak. Stirling Charisma (Vic Kirby) closed well to be in the photo finish but had to settle for third. In the $11,5000 sub-feature trot, while Tim Tetrick is away in Australia preparing for the World Driver Championship, his brother Trace took the lead with Powerful Charger, a horse Tim and Jim King own, and then fought off a strong assault in the stretch, for a 1:54.1 victory, the first of the year for the Powerful Emotion - Fox Valley Poetry gelding. Picard (Callahan) rallied to finish second in front of I Like My Boss (Jonathan Roberts). Calllahan's eight-bagger is one fewer than the track record of nine, set Feb. 27, 2011 by Tim Tetrick. The track's leading driver for the past seven seasons, Callahan has already wrapped up the 2014-15 title. He has won 199 races this meet, almost double runner-up Allan Davis, who drove two wins, for a meet total of 101 wins. A five-race win streak ended for Joyeux Dream the second-place finisher in the $15,000-$20,000 Claiming/Handicap. Can Do closed well for Vic Kirby, who co-owns the gelding with Chris Giaccio, to win the trot in 1:54.2. Trainer Dylan Davis moved into a tie for first among trainers. Davis and Doug Lewis have haltered 41 winners, third-place Wayne Givens has conditioned 39 wins. Tony Morgan won one race to up his career total to 14,968 winning drives. Jebswesternshark, last week's 10-1 up setter, meets Bandolito, Nova Artist and Believe This Bob, among nine starters in the $26,000 Delaware Special headliner on Thursday, Monday through Thursday racing starts at 4:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday are "dark" days. Sunday post time is 5:30 p.m. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight. There is no charge for parking and admission. Reservations are suggested for the Winner's Circle Restaurant and for those planning to stay at Dover Downs Hotel. Call 302-674-4600. Marv Bachrad      

Franky Provolone is still looking for his first victory of the year, but hes certainly knocking on the door after turning in a solid second to the classy Franks Best last weekend. The 8-year-old trotting son of Armbro Scribe is the pride and joy of Robin Clements, having made many winners circle appearances while carrying her banner. Franky Provolones current bankroll stands at over $155,000 and he set his lifetime mark of 1:55 4/5 last summer Running Aces. Its been kind of a drought with Franky since he came back from Minnesota, Robin said. I gave him a month off after Running Aces and kind of pushed him back a bit too early to have him ready, especially when he had to race against powerhouses like El Azteca and Its Not Over. Clements feels following those horses home on a constant basis may have had an impact on his game. I think mentally it took a toll on him. Ive been trying to freshen him up and get back the drive that he always had. Hes actually a timid horse and not the best eater, so I have to feed him like hes at a buffet with a little of this and a little of that. He does love apple time, though, especially when Kathy Plested pops over and they have apple time together. As mentioned earlier, Franky Provolone is coming off a good runner-up effort to another 8-year-old Armbro Scribe offspring in Franks Best, who has a lot of class and $200,000-plus in his bank account. Im trying to build his confidence back up, Robin noted. Hes getting lots of extra outside pen time and well just go from there. It shouldnt be long before Franky Provolone is getting the cheese again around here. Mini-Series final, Jackpot 6 carryover spotlighted A Mini-Series finale headed by Im Fasterthanu and Keystone Shaye and a $41,689 Jackpot 6 carryover headline the Friday evening Watch and Wager LLC program at Cal Expo. First post for the 10-race card is 6:40 p.m. and the Jackpot 6 is one of four wagers on the program that feature a reduced 16% takeout rate. The other wagers with the lower takeout rate are the Hi-5, which like the Jackpot 6 is a 10-cent minimum bet; the 50-cent Pick 5; and the 20-cent Pick 4, which comes with a $20,000-guaranteed pool on Friday and $25,000-guaranteed pool on Saturday and Sunday. The Jackpot 6 wager finds 70% of the net pool paying out to tickets with the most winners and 30% of the net pool designated for the carryover. If there is one unique ticket selecting six winners, the entire net pool and the carryover is paid to the holder of the ticket. If that should happen Friday night, they would receive the entire net pool and a cool $41,689 bonus. Looking at Fridays main event, Imfasterthanu and Keystone Shaye figure to get plenty of tote attention after proving punctual favorites in their respective divisions last week. Edwin Quevado conditions Imfasterthanu, while Keystone Shaye hails from the Patricia Minnella barn. ****** This week will find the trotters and pacers in action on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, Feb 20-22. By Mark Ratzky  

DOVER, Del.--- Touchdown Mindale won the Tuesday harness racing feature and was claimed in the $20,000-$25,000 Claiming/Handicap, one of seven winning drives for Corey Callahan over a 'good' track at Dover Downs on Feb. 17. The Always A Virgin - Happy To Be Best gelding held off a strong challenge from Just Bettor (Vic Kirby) in !:53.3 to score his fourth win of the meet. The week before, the Harvey Eisman-owned five-year-old had raced for a $25,000 tag, this week he entered for $20,000 and drew the rail with the meet's top driver Corey Callahan in the bike. Touchdown Mindale took the lead from Just Bettor, who left from post 8, as the field raced in front of the grandstand and never yielded. Button Fly (Jason Lynch) finished third. After the race, ownership changed hands as Touchdown Mindale was claimed. Callahan, the track's leading driver since the 2009-10 meet, has 191 wins through 70 racing days. His UDRS (similar to a batting average) is an outstanding .411. His drives this meet have earned nearly $1.7-million in purse for the horses he has driven. Four of his wins came reining trotters; Muscerne, was his first win in the 2nd race; another trotter, Nova Empress from post 8 was next in the 4th. Then Callahan was in high gear winning the next five races in-a-row. Pacer Touchdown Mindale was his third winner in the 10th; a third-trotter, Jailhouse Juice took the 11th. Right back in the 12th race driving Nine Twenty Two; Windsong Ingenius, another trotter in the 13th; Art Of Escape made it seven wins. Trace Tetrick had two early wins. Trainer Doug Lewis had one winner, his 41st of the meet, to take a two-win lead among leading trainers. Wayne Givens and Dylan Davis are tied for second with 39 each. Classic Belisma, whose four-race win streak ended with a third-place finish in her last start, leads a field of nine in the $14,500 4&5-Year-Old Winners-Over trot on the Wednesday card. CLASSIC BELISIMA, DERBY HEAD WEDNESDAY FEATURE TROT DOVER, Del. ---- Classical Belisima, a four-straight winner before finishing third last time, leads nine trotters to post in the Wednesday, Feb. 18 $14,500 feature at Dover Downs. First post is 4:30 p.m. Corey Callahan will drive Classic Belisima, one of two females in the competitive field. Bill Cantrell owns the four-year-old program pick. Arty Foster Jr. sends out Everyone’s Talkin, a winner of his last two starts, with Trace Tetrick in the bike since arriving from the Meadowlands. Tina and Joe Clark’s Derby has been sharp with three-straight second place finishers. Allan Davis will drive from post 9 in the second tier. The second distaff in the event is Eric Foster’s Stirling Charisma with Vic Kirby driving. He Belongs Here, and Daryl Bier, should benefit from starting from the rail.  Ed Hall’s Up Front N Crazy handled by Roger Plante must overcome leaving from post 8. Niss Allen’s Themida, piloted by Brandon Henley, HS Merlin with Eddie Davis Jr., and Accokeek Mercury with Sean Bier complete the line-up.   A strong supporting card featuring several wide-open trotting events are on the Wednesday card. Monday through Thursday post time is 4:30 p.m. There is no live racing Fridays and Saturdays. Sunday post time is 5:30 p.m. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight. At Dover Downs, there is no charge for parking and admission. Reservations are suggested for the Winner’s Circle Restaurant and for those planning to stay at the 4-star Dover Downs Hotel. Call 302-674-4600. Marv Bachrad        

WASHINGTON, PA, Feb. 17, 2015 -- Harness racing driver Eric Goodell notched career win 5,000 Tuesday at The Meadows when he piloted PL Eureka to victory in the 10th race. In the very next race, Goodell took a step toward his next milestone when he triumphed with Seafood Money. Goodell, 41, grew up in Holly, MI, not far from the recently closed Sports Creek Raceway. He learned the sport working summers at Keith Crawford's farm and decided in high school to become a driver. "I bought a horse instead of going to college and was driving not too long after graduation," he said. "Once you do it, it's hard not to keep doing it. You have to know that you're good enough, that you think right and use your head. It isn't something I'd be doing if I didn't consider myself good enough." Goodell drove at Sports Creek and Saginaw Harness Raceway before hitting his stride at Hazel Park, where he was the leading driver multiple times. When Michigan racing collapsed, he moved east and competed for awhile on the whirlwind Meadowlands-Yonkers-Pocono-Harrah's Philadelphia circuit, then relocated to The Meadows, where he drives first call for trainer Paul Kennedy, a fellow Michigander. "Paul understands horses," Goodell said. "He makes things easy and simple." He said his most memorable races are those he's won with long shots, especially a 2008 Hambletonian elimination with 22-1 Atomic Hall. "We didn't do any good in the final," he said, "but that whole experience was really cool." Goodell said he hopes win number 5,000 will be the impetus for even greater things in the future. "It's kind of like I tell my friends -- 5,000 is a big number, but if I win two races in one day, I feel I should have won 4. I should be around 7,000 by this time, but I slacked off the last few years. Maybe this will jump start me." On Wednesday, Feb. 18, The Meadows Racetrack & Casino will offer a $20,000 total-pool guarantee for its Pick 5 wager as part of the United States Trotting Association's Strategic Wagering Initiative. The Meadows added the "instant" guarantee after Tuesday's Pick 5 was uncovered, resulting in a two-day carryover of $4,671.96. Minimum wager for the Pick 5 (races 10-14) is 50 cents. Since Pennsylvania law requires a minimum per-race wager of $2, a player wagering at the 50-cent level must bet at least four tickets. First post for Wednesday's program is 12:55 PM. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino  

Activator paced home for his 50th harness racing career victory, winning the 4th race at Northfield Park on Tuesday (February 17). The 14 year-old veteran has 351 career starts, winning 50, and finishing second and third 50 and 58 times respectively. Activator (Western Hanover - Something Electric - Artsplace) has impressive career earnings of $871,328 and a lifetime mark of 1:49.4 at Meadowlands Racetrack at age four. The pacer's richest win was for a purse of $44,180 in an Open Pace at Mohawk Raceway in 2008. Activator is a well-traveled campaigner -- his 50 wins have been spread across 16 different racing surfaces. Activator started from post nine and rode the rail while his competition set fractions of :28.1, :57.3 and 1:27.3. He found room in the stretch and bested his competition by a quarter-length in 1:57.3. Activator was the race favorite and returned $3.20 to win. Preston Kinsey of Clayton, Delaware owns Activator. His trainer Scot Davidson called upon Ronnie Wrenn Jr. for the winning drive. Davidson currently holds the highest UTRS (.611) of all conditioners in North America so far in 2015. Ayers Ratliff

Due to the extreme cold that has gripped the Midwest this week’s qualifying days at both Balmoral & Maywood Park have been changed. The live racing dates will not be affected.    Balmoral Park will now host qualifiers on Sunday, Feb. 22nd at approximately 5:45 p.m. (central) instead of the usual qualifying date of Wednesday, Feb. 18th. Entries for Sunday’s qualifiers will remain open until 6:00 p.m. (central) on Saturday, Feb. 21st.   Maywood Park will host its qualifiers on Friday, Feb. 20th instead of the usual date of Thursday, Feb. 19th.    Entries will close as they normally do though which is on Wednesday, Feb. 18th at 9:30 a.m. (central).  Friday’s qualifiers will be contested prior to the start of the live racing card at approximately 6:30 p.m. (central).   The regular qualifying days of Wednesday (Balmoral) and Thursday (Maywood) will go back into effect the following week.  

ANDERSON, Ind.-February 17, 2015 - Hoosier Park Racing & Casino is currently accepting applications for two internship opportunities with the Race Marketing Department for the upcoming 2015 live harness racing season at Hoosier Park. Both internships will be with the Race Marketing Department and are ideal for students pursuing careers in marketing, hospitality, communications, business, and equine related fields. The internship program is designed to give applicable marketing experience while simultaneously discovering and learning the many facets of the harness racing industry. The Race Marketing interns will have the opportunity to work alongside industry and media professionals in an exciting, fast-paced environment. Each intern will be expected to assist the Race Marketing Department with a variety of promotional events, racing activities, and programs in a customer-service based atmosphere. The race marketing interns will assist with the daily production of the live racing program and various group events. The interns will also be challenged to write blog entries, develop and maintain contests, along with public relations and social media assignments. This opportunity is ideal for college students looking for an exciting internship in the horse racing industry or students seeking internship accreditation opportunities in related fields. The positions require an energetic, self-starter with strong communication skills, organizational skills, and experience in social media applications. Applicants must have reliable transportation and be willing to work weekends and some evenings. This paid assignment will run throughout the entirety of the live racing season. Hoosier Park's 22nd season of live harness racing will kick off on March 27 and be conducted through November 14. With a daily post time of 5:15 p.m., live racing will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule. To apply for the Race Marketing internship at Hoosier Park, send resume and cover letter to: Cliff Fraser

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ (February 17, 2015) - A trio of live money qualifying events that will offer a total of six seats to the $50,000 World Harness Handicapping Championship are scheduled for Saturday, February 21 at Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment, Tioga Downs and Vernon Downs. The Meadowlands tournament offers a total of four seats. It requires a $200 entry fee plus the purchase of a $200 betting card. The entire $200 entry fee goes into the prize pool and will be distributed amongst the top ten finishers. Contestants will bet a total of 10 races on the Meadowlands card. Players keep all pari-mutuel earnings and in addition to prize money, the top four finishers will receive a seat in the WHHC Final on April 25. For more information, visit Tioga Downs and Vernon Downs will also offer live money tournaments on Saturday. The contests each require a $40 entry fee that will be used for 10 separate $2 win/place wagers on the 10 designated contest races. The contests will use five races from the Meadowlands and five races from Yonkers. In addition to keeping all pari-mutuel earnings, the top finisher in each contest will receive a seat in the WHHC Final on April 25. For more information, visit or Rachel Ryan

Pompano Beach, FL...February 16, 2015...A coup to overthrow the "Queen Bee" at Pompano Park by a "Senorita" failed on Monday night as Just A Bee withstood a furious late surge by Senorita Santanna to retain her coveted harness racing crown in a photo finish in the $12,500 Open Pace for Mares.   Driven by trainer Mike Micallef for owners Anita Micallef, John Mc Goff and Greg Heath, Just A Bee was used hard from her outside post at the outset to grab the top spot from a stubborn Senorita Santanna, driven by George Napolitano, Jr., prior to the opening panel, clocked in a sharp :26.3.   Once on top, Just A Bee continued to put up quick numbers, with the half in :55.2 and three-quarters in 1:23.4.   Turning for home, Just A Bee was on her way to a :28 finale with Senorita Santanna clocked even a tick faster--the latter's late charge falling a neck short in a mile timed in 1:51.4.   Southwind Trini finished third for Bruce Ranger, though 6 ½ lengths away while De Vins Girl and Arodasi completed the quintet.   In a post race interview, driver Mike Micallef said, "We were in a bit of a war early and, after that, it was somewhat difficult to calm my mare down. To me, she was very impressive tonight as she kind of picked it up on her own on the backstretch and really dug in late. I was proud of her performance tonight."   For Just A Bee, a seven year-old daughter of Mr Feelgood, it was her second straight win and fourth in seven starts this young season, pushing her seasonal bounty to $28,750. She's banked $178,416 lifetime.   As the 3 to 5 public choice, Just A Bee returmed $3.20 to win.   Reported by John Berry      

DOVER, Del.--- Seawind Ginger, overlooked at 13-1 after a win last start and leaving from the rail with Jonathan Roberts driving, scored a 1:53.3 upset in the Monday, Feb. 16 $14,000 4&5-Year-Old distaff harness racing feature at Dover Downs. Corey Callahan finished with four winners. With both Velocity Sonja (Allan Davis) and Odds On Alpha (Vic Kirby), bringing three-race win streaks into the contest and drawing wagering support, Roberts used his inside post to best advantage driving the Mach Three - Seawind Gabriella four-year-old, by following Velocity Sonja from the start until the closing stages of a lifetime best 1:53.3 mile. Seawind Ginger, a wire-to-wire winner last week, closed along the passing lane to victory. Velocity Sonja was a safe second. Hit By Lightning (Corey Callahan) edged Odds On Alpha for third-place. Roberts also drove two other up-setters, a 19-1 longshot, Gerald Kelly's Zoe's Fortune to a 19-1 victory in a $15,000 Mares Claiming pace, and 6-1 Mildred's Button for Bill Mears and Janine McIlvane. Razor sharp Taylor Rei out on a strong stretch finish to win the $14,500 sub-feature for female pacers scoring a career fastest 1:53.3 triumph with Montrell Teague in the bike for trainer Kevin Switzer and owners Jonathan Klee Racing and McCoo Inc. The Cheyenne Rei - Lady Raider mare overtook Star Keeper (Callahan) and front-pacing Jeremes Sweetheart (Kirby) in the closing strides. Meet leading driver Callahan had four wins, Roberts and Eddie Davis Jr. collected three. Tony Morgan had two wins to bring his career total to 14,967. Trainer Arty Foster Jr. also had a double. Monday through Thursday racing starts at 4:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday are "dark" days. Sunday post time is 5:30 p.m. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight. There is no charge for parking and admission. Reservations are suggested for the Winner's Circle Restaurant and for those planning to stay at Dover Downs Hotel. Call 302-674-4600. Marv Bachrad

LEBANON, OH. - Harness racing driver Dan Noble has climbed back into a virtual tie for leading dash driver at Miami Valley's second season.   The nearby Xenia, Ohio native won five times on a snowy, 10 degree special President's Day Monday matinee to end the day deadlocked with Josh Sutton, who had a driving double of his own.   The pair each have 63 victories through the first 32 programs of an 89-day meet. Defending champion Kayne Kauffman is third with 56 tallies.   Noble's triumphs were with Angels N Demons, who covered the snow-covered 'good' track in 1:59.2 and paid $2.80 to win, Make Your Move (1:59.3, $7.20), Picture Me (1:57.2, $6.80), Salutation Hanover (1:59.2, $5.60) and E R Prince Charmin (2:00.3, $10.80).   Gregg Keidel

DOVER, Del. --- A week ago, Better And Bold drew the rail en route to a harness racing victory in the $20,000-$25,000 4&5-Year-Old Claiming Handicap pace. This week the four-year-old again leaves from post 1 in the Tuesday Feb. 17 feature race at Dover Downs. Post time is 4:30 p.m. Driver Eddie Davis Jr. did not get away at the start, but rallied late to take the lead at the top of the lane on the way to a neck victory for owners Tim Tetrick and CC Racing. From the outside, ultra-consistent Just Bettor, owned by Ken Wood, Bill Ditmar and Steve Iaquinta, driven by Vic Kirby, has had several successes starting from post 8. Reg Hazzard and Legacy Racing's UF Dragons Cruiser, finished third, beaten only a half-length, with Allan Davis in the bike. Wade Wyatt's Swift As A Shadow closed from far back for Jonathan Roberts to miss by two-and-a-half lengths. Corey Callahan will drive Harvey Eisman's Touchdown Mindale, who should profit by an inside post. After a win last time, King Royalty, missed a week, and returns for Jim Morand driving for Ed Maas, Arlene Paisley and Nanticoke Racing. The other contestants are Jim Jacobs' Button Fly, handled by Jason Lynch and Wayne King's LA Camcharger piloted by Tony Morgan. Monday through Thursday racing starts at 4:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday are "dark days.' Sunday post time is 5:30 p.m. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight. There is no charge for parking and admission. Reservations are suggested for the Winner's Circle Restaurant and for those planning to stay at Dover Downs Hotel. Call 302-674-4600. Marv Bachrad

Pompano Beach, FL - Despite the largest price being only 6-1 in Sunday night's Pick 5 sequence, harness racing fans were unable to nail down the winning combination, resulting in a $4,947 carryover into the Monday night (Feb 16) card. Track officials have guaranteed Monday night's pool at $20,000. The 50-Cent Pick 5 is a nightly wager featured on Races 2 - 6. The Pick 4 continues to feature a $7,500 guaranteed pool on every live racing night with the exception of Saturday evenings. Patron takes down large score with small investment The Jackpot Hi-Five was captured on Sunday evening for the first time in exactly two months, netting a $146,288.30 payday for one lucky fan. In order to win the entire jackpot, a patron must have the one unique winning ticket in the 20-Cent Hi-Five. Despite multiple nights where only two tickets were out, Sunday marked the first time the Hi-Five had featured a single winner since December 15th. The winning combination of 2-1-10-4-5 was featured on a ticket that cost a mere $7.20. Live racing continues at the Isle Casino Pompano Park on a four night per week schedule, with live racing every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday evening with a first post of 7:30 p.m. Gabe Prewitt for Isle Casino Pompano Park

Updates to the 2015 Maryland Stallion roster include Dakota Express registering prior to the Feb. 1 deadline for late registrations. Dakota Express stands at MacLeod Farms, LLC. in Lothian Maryland The stallion Maxtheman relocated to the Milby Farm in Cordova, Maryland prior to the Feb. 15th residency requirement. All the Maryland Stallion information is available on the Maryland Standardbred Race Fund website at, if any one would like to receive a hard copy of the Stallion Register please contact the MSRF office at 410-775-0152 Cheri Stambaugh

Patricia (Pat) Simmons, 82, of Stow, Ohio, died from complications associated with Alzheimer's disease on Wednesday, February 11, 2015. Standardbred racing was a passion in Ms. Simmons' life. She and her husband, Earl, were heavily involved in harness racing -- which sparked a job offer from former Northfield Park General Manager John Phillips. Ms. Simmons was a faithful Northfield Park employee for over forty years. She eventually became the Assistant Race Secretary and worked under the tutelage of Herman Brickel, Dennis Haskell and Gregg Keidel. After working in the Race Office, Pat did double duty at night, working as a beloved mutuel teller for over a decade under the supervision of current Northfield Park Assistant General Manager Mike Colacarro. "You don't find people like Pat every day. People like her are rare," said Gregg Keidel, her boss for over 20 years. "She was a very gracious lady who never said a cross word about anyone." In her youth, Ms. Simmons was crowned Miss Goodyear Tire. She was also the grandmother of Aaron Merriman and former mother-in-law of Lanny Merriman. Funeral arrangements are still being made. However, it has been determined that in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the National Alzheimer's Association. Ayers Ratliff

WASHINGTON, PA, Feb. 16, 2015 -- On Tuesday, Feb. 17, the live harness racing card at The Meadows Racetrack & Casino will feature two total-pool guarantees -- a $5,000 guarantee for the Pick 4 and a $5,000 guarantee for the Pick 5. Both are offered as part of the United States Trotting Association's Strategic Wagering Initiative. The $5,000 Pick 4 guarantee is a regular feature of Monday and Tuesday programs. The Meadows added the "instant" Pick 5 guarantee after Friday's Pick 5 was uncovered, resulting in a carryover of $1,581.14. Minimum wager for the Pick 4 (races 4-7) and Pick 5 (races 10-14) is 50 cents. Since Pennsylvania law requires a minimum per-race wager of $2, a player wagering at the 50-cent level must bet at least four tickets. First post for Tuesday's program is 12:55 PM. The Meadows Racetrack & Casino

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