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Freehold, NJ --- Last week's Renaissance Pace at Freehold Raceway for 2-year-old colts and geldings saw an exciting harness racing showdown between New York Sire Stakes champion King James Express, and up-and-comer Captain Fancy. Even though Captain Fancy led most of the way, King James Express got up late to beat him by a head.   Now, those two are rematched in the first leg of the New Jersey Sire Stakes- Standardbred Development Fund this Saturday (October 3) at Freehold. King James Express, w winner of three straight, will leave from post position two, for trainer Mark Harder and driver Jason Bartlett. Captain Fancy, trained by Bill MacKenzie and driven by Dan Dube, has post position five.   Hurrikane Georgie, Imaginary Line, Not Today, and Solid Alibi round out the field. It will go as the fifth race, with post time scheduled for 1:50 PM.   The Saturday card also features the Renaissance Pace for 2-year-old fillies. It attracted a field of seven, with three of them prior winners. JK Disarray, a recent miadne winner at Harrah's Philadelphia, AP Blaze of Glory, who won two in a row at that track earlier in the year, and Podium Girl, who won a leg of the Stallion Series at the Meadows, all profile as contenders. That will be the ninth race, scheduled to go at 3:10 PM.   Post time for the first race at Freehold on Saturday is 12:30 PM.   From Freehold Raceway    

Freehold, NJ --- A win by Kasha V has become a harness racing staple of Friday racing at Freehold Raceway. He's won four races in a row, sweeping the New Jersey Sire Stakes- Standardbred Development Fund series, and adding the Garden State Trot for good measure.   Now, he'll seek a fifth consecutive win, in the $25,000 New Jersey Futurity for 3-year-olds on Friday (October 2). He's got the inside post, and only four rivals, for trainer Tom Corelli and driver Austin Siegelman. However, one of those rivals will be tough.   That's Nifty Norman-trained Barley, who leaves from post position four for driver George Brenna. He was the runner-up four consecutive times in Kentucky Sire Stakes action at the Red Mile, including the final on September 20. He won the Futurity for 2-year-olds at this track last year, along with the Garden State Trot at the Meadowlands.   Never Late Kait, Sloanie, and Kixton Hanover round out the field. It'll go as the fifth race on the card, with a post time scheduled for 2:10 PM.   The NJSS-SDF rolls on for 2-year-old trotters on Friday as well. There will be one division of the second leg for colts & geldings, featuring a field of nine. First leg winners Muscle Dynasty and Torrey Pines drew posts seven and nine, respectively. That race will be the ninth, scheduled to go off at 3:10 PM.   The second leg for fillies attracted eleven entries, and was split into two divisions. The first division will go as a non-betting race, with a field of five. The second division features a field of six, and will be the third race, with a post time of 1:10 PM.   Post time for the first race on Friday is 12:30 PM.   From Freehold Raceway    

Freehold, NJ --- The result might have been a bit closer than he liked, but King James Express did what he was expected to do, and won the $56,000 Renaissance Pace for 2-year-old harness racing colts and geldings at Freehold Raceway on Saturday (September 26).   Off his win in the New York Sire Stakes Final at Yonkers Raceway, he was made the 4/5 favorite in the field of five. He sat in the pocket most of the way, tracking behind early leader Captain Fancy. As they rolled around the turn, he moved two-wide, contending with both Captain Fancy and three-wide mover Solid Alibi.   Turning for home, Solid Alibi began to give way, and King James Express collared Captain Fancy. Even though that rival fought back, King James Express wore him down, and crossed under the wire a head in front. The final time was 1:56.       For King James Express, it's his fourth win of the year from seven races, with earnings beyond the $200,000 mark. He's trained by Mark Harder, who co-owns with Frost, Carleton, and Lockhart. Jason Bartlett was the winning pilot.   Earlier in the day at Freehold, two divisions of the Homegrown Pace for 3-year-olds were held. The division for colts and geldings went to JK Lucky Charms, who avenged his defeat in the New Jersey Sire Stakes- Standardbred Development Fund Final last week with a 1 1/4 length victory. Todd McCarthy was the winning driver, for trainer Brett Pelling. Pelling also co-owns with 3 Brothers Racing.   The division for fillies was dominated by JK Finendandy, who won by 6 1/2 lengths in an impressive 1:54. She made the lead easily from post five and cruised around the track, winning as much the best. Jenn Bongiorno is the winning trainer, for owners Gruber, Gruber, Schmucker, and Brookside Stables. Joe Bongiorno is the winning driver.   Live racing resumes at Freehold on Friday, with a scheduled first post time of 12:30 PM EDT.   From Freehold Raceway  

Freehold, NJ --- Watching Kasha V win has become a Friday tradition at Freehold Raceway. He continued his dominant harness racing streak this Friday (September 25), completing a sweep of the New Jersey Sire Stakes- Standardbred Development Fund Final for 3-year-old trotting colts and geldings.The purse was $56,000.   Austin Siegelman was aggressive with his drive, putting him on the lead just after the quarter. He controlled the pace most of the way, and was clear at the top of the stretch. However, he had to hold off the surge of second choice Kyrie Deo, who was flying for Corey Callahan. Fortunately for Kasha V, the wire came just in time, and he held on to win by a head as the 7/5 favorite. The final time was 1:58.       That's the fourth win in a row for this gelding, who won all three legs of the NJSS-SDF series, plus the Garden State Trot. Of his $78,000 in lifetime earnings, $60,500 have come within those four races. He's owned by Theologos Moutafis and trained by Tom Corelli.   Friday's card at Freehold also featured several divisions of the NJSS-SDF for 2-year-old trotters. Ake Svanstedt swept both divisions of the first leg of the series for fillies, winning division one with Illuminata and division two with Wet My Whistle.   Two divisions of the series for colts and geldings were held as well. The first division was held as a non-betting affair, and was won by Torrey Pines, for trainer/driver Dan Daley. Division two went to Canadian invader Muscle Dynasty, for trainer Paula Wellwood and driver Jim Marohn Jr.   Live racing continues at Freehold on Saturday, with a scheduled first post time of 12:30 PM.   From Freehold Raceway    

Freehold, NJ --- Saturday's (September 26) harness racing card at Freehold Raceway is headlined by two divisions of the Homegrown for 3-year-old pacers. The race drew a total of thirteen entries, and was subsequently split up by gender. The division for the colts and geldings features a field of five, and will go as the fourth race. All five competed in the New Jersey Sire Stakes- Standardbred Development Final last Saturday, won by Rockin the Gates in a 26/1 upset. He'll seek to continue his good form from the outside post, for trainer Steve LeBlanc and driver Pat Berry.   JK Lucky Charms looked for a sweep of the series last week, but couldn't get to the lead from an outside post and ended up losing by less than a length. He's got post position one in the Homegrown, so he shouldn't have much trouble getting his ideal trip. Brett Pelling is the trainer, Todd McCarthy the driver.   Level Up, Force N Fury, and Rock N Teen round out the field.   The fillies will go in the sixth race, in a field of eight. JK Finendandy, coming off a big win in the NJSS-SDF Final, figures to once again be the favorite. She'll leave from post position five, for Jenn Bongiorno and Joe Bongiorno.   Tony Alagna sends out a pair. Caviart Heather hit the board in every leg of the series, but never won. She'll seek a rebound from post position seven, with Jason Bartlett in the sulky. Her stablemate, Libspeak, has post position four, with driver Todd McCarthy.   Make a Scene, American in London, Ready Set Rock, Fit Go, and Run Deo Run complete the field.   The card also features the Renaissance Final for 2-year-old colt and gelding pacers. King James Express looks like the one to beat, coming off a win in the New York Sire Stakes Final at Yonkers Raceway. He's got post position two, for trainer Mark Harder and driver Jason Bartlett.   Captain Fancy, Not Today, Solid Alibi, and Fika Time complete the ensemble. It's scheduled as the seventh race on the program.   The first race on the card is scheduled for 12:30 PM EDT.   From Freehold Raceway      

Freehold, NJ --- Young New Jersey-sired trotters will have the spotlight at Freehold Raceway this Friday (September 25), with five stakes races in the New Jersey Sire Stakes- Standardbred Development Fund series.   The card is headlined by the $56,000 final for 3-year-old colt & gelding trotters, scheduled as the eighth race. Kasha V seeks his fourth win in a row, after wins in the first two legs of the series and the Garden State Trot. Austin Siegelman will once again be in the sulky, for owner Theologos Moutafis and trainer Tom Corelli. He drew post position five.   He will encounter several rivals who figure to give him a fight. Fly Eagle Fly just missed in the first leg of the series two weeks back, then was a non-threatening third last out. He'll get a driver change to Jim Marshall, for trainer Marcus Melander.   Gerard won the other division of the second leg last week, edging out AP Hall of Trix, who also returns here. Eric Abbatiello and James DeLucia team up on Gerard, while Pat Berry and David Hoover drive and train, respectively, AP Hall of Trix.   Kyrie Deo was the 1/2 favorite in the second leg last week, but lost by just 3/4 of a length for trainer John Butenschoen and trainer Corey Callahan. He'll seek revenge from post position six.   The card also features two divisions of the NJSS-SDF for 2-year-old colt & gelding trotters, and two more for 2-year-old trotting fillies. The first division of the former series will be held as a non-betting race, at 12:15 PM. The second division also has five horses, and is scheduled as the third race.   The first division for the fillies features a field of seven, and will go as the seventh race. Ake Svanstedt will send out a duo, in Broad Strokes and Illuminata. The former looks like the stronger half of the two, having finished fifth in the New York Sire Stakes Final at Yonkers Raceway last out.   The second division is race nine on the card, and has six horses. Svanstedt is also represented in this division, with Wet My Whistle. She finished third in a leg of the Kindergarten last week at the Meadowlands.   Post time for the first race on Friday at Freehold is at approximately 12:30 PM.   From Freehold Raceway    

Freehiold, NJ --- Saturday's harness racing Preferred Handicap pace at Freehold Raceway featured a perfect clash of names. Springsteen was competing for the first time at Freehold, located in Bruce Springsteen's hometown. His fiercest competition was Imarocnrollegend, which the human Springsteen certainly is.   Fittingly, the two hit the wire together, with Imarocnrollegend winning by a head.   Leaving from post three, Joe Bongiorno put Imarocnrollegend right on the early lead, while George Brennan was forced to take back with Springsteen from post eight. Brennan didn't sit for long, however, and rushed Springsteen up from last to first going up the backstretch the first time.   Around the final turn, Springsteen maintained a clear advantage, while Bongiorno sat patiently with Imarocnrollegend in the pocket. Heading into the stretch, Springsteen began to tire,after going the third quarter in a sharp 27.3 seconds. Bongiorno's horse began to make up ground on the inside, while Brennan was all out on Springsteen. In the end, Imarocnrollegend got the nod, stopping the clock in 1:53.2.   This marks the second week that Joe and Jenn Bongiorno won the Preferred pace, having scored with Hot Deuce last week. Jenn co-owns the horse with Robert Weinstein and Blair Corbeil.   That win was one of four for Joe on the Saturday card. He won race 1 on Albert a'Scootin, for trainer John Bavosi, race 2 with Brandon Mongiello's Power Dreaming, and the 8th race on Its Just Too Much, for Allie Reynolds.   Earlier in the day, Rockin the Gates scored a 26/1 upset in the New Jersey Sire Stakes- Standardbred Development Fund Final for 3-year-old pacing colts & geldings. He sat in the pocket early off leader Rock N Teen, then stormed on in the stretch to get up by a length. He went the mile in 1:54.4, for his first win of the year. Pat Berry was in the bike, for trainer Steve LeBlanc, who co-owns with Glenn Dyke and Doug Johnson.   Live racing resumes at Freehold on Friday (September 25), starting at 12:30 PM.      

Freehold, NJ --- An anticipated clash between two top harness racing trotting fillies on Friday afternoon (September 18) at Freehold Raceway saw Ab'sattitudexpress win the final of the New Jersey Sire Stakes- Standardbred Development Fund for 3-year-old trotting fillies by two lengths.   The Lucas Wallin trainee won the first leg of the series on August 28 by 6 3/4 lengths, then broke stride in the Garden State Trot last week. In that same race, second leg winner Common Sense S equaled the track record for 3-year-old trotting fillies at Freehold. Off that win, Common Sense S was 4/5 in the final, while Ab'sattitudexpress was the second choice.   Leaving from post one, driver George Brennan took Ab'sattitudexpress straight to the lead, and forced Common Sense S into the pocket. Nearing the three-quarter point, Ake Svanstedt took Common Sense S outside and made a bid for the lead, but Ab'sattitudexpress repelled the challenge and drew off for the win. The final time was 1:56.3.   On the year, she's now earned over $150,000, and won four races, for owners Stop the Jade Farm. Earlier in the season, she won the final of the New Jersey Sire Stakes at the Meadowlands, and has continued her good form at Freehold.   Earlier in the card, Kasha V won his third in a row at Freehold, winning the Garden State Trot for 3-year-old colts and geldings. Austin Siegelman put him on the lead early, and he encountered no challenges as he strolled under the line 1 3/4 lengths in front. He's owned by Theologos Moutafis and trained by Tom Corelli.   Live racing continues at Freehold on Saturday, with a 12-race card starting at 12:30 PM.   From Freehold Raceway  

Freehold,NJ --- The final of the New Jersey Sire Stakes- Standardbred Development Fund for 3-year-old colt and gelding pacers, along with a tough renewal of the Preferred Handicap pace, headline Freehold Raceway's Saturday harness racing card. Both races will go through trainer Brett Pelling.   In the final, Pelling will seek a sweep of the series, with JK Lucky Charms. This gelding, who Pelling co-owns with 3 Brothers Racing, won the first two legs of the series in front-running efforts. Last week, he won by 3/4 of a length in a sharp 1:54.3. His task will be a bit tougher than usual, however. In the first two legs, he had post position one. On Saturday, he'll have to leave from post position eight. Todd McCarthy maintains the drive.   Force N Fury, who has hit the board in both legs, Rock N Teen, who was a fast-closing second to JK Lucky Charms last out, and Rockin Jukebox, second in the first leg two weeks ago, look like the toughest rivals. The race is scheduled as the sixth race, with a post time of 2:10 PM EDT.   One race later, Pelling will send out the appropriately named Springsteen in the Preferred. This 5-year-old is best known for winning the 2018 Max Hempt Memorial at the Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono. He's won three times from five starts on the year, including an impressive 1:48.1 mile at the Meadowlands. Most recently, he was seventh in the Send it In Invitational at Scioto Downs.   He was assigned post position eight, with driver George Brennan.   The first of twelve at Freehold on Saturday will be at about 12:30 PM EDT.   From Freehold Raceway  

Freehold, NJ --- Freehold Raceway will host a pair of stakes for 3-year-old harness racing trotters this Friday (September 18), including one featuring a track record holder.   In her last start, Common Sense S equaled the mark for 3-year-old filly trotters at Freehold, winning the Garden State Trot in 1:55.2. She'll seek her third win in a row in the final of the New Jersey Sire Stakes- Standardbred Development Fund. Two races back, she won the second leg of the series by 3 1/2 lengths, in an easy front-running effort. Her task will be made a bit more difficult by her post: she's on the outside. Trainer/driver Ake Svanstedt will likely be sending her hard to the lead from that spot.   In contrast, her fiercest rival will leave from post position one. Ab'sattitudeexpress won the first leg of the series by 6 3/4 lengths, stopping the clock in an impressive 1:56.2. Last out, she chased Common Sense S all the way around the track, and was in position to strike when she broke stride on the final turn. She'll look to avoid any mishaps here, for trainer Lucas Wallin and driver George Brennan.   That race is scheduled as the seventh race, with a post time of about 2:30 PM EDT.   Earlier in the day, the colts & geldings division of the Garden State Trot will take place, with a field of five signed up. Kasha V, who won the first two legs of the NJSS-SDF, looks like the one to beat. He has post position four, for trainer Tom Corelli and driver Austin Siegelman. They'll go to post in the third race, scheduled for about 1:10 PM EDT.   The first of eleven on Friday at Freehold will go at approximately 12:30 PM EDT.   From Freehold Raceway  

Freehold, NJ --- JK Finendandy proved her big win last Saturday was no fluke, as she won the $56,000 final of the New Jersey Sire Stakes- Standardbred Development Fund for 3-year-old harness racing filly pacers Saturday (September 12) at Freehold Raceway.   She won her division of the second leg last week by an impressive 5 1/2 lengths. Off that win, she was the 1/5 favorite. Leaving from the inside post, Joe Bongiorno got her to the lead after a quarter-mile, after sitting second early on. She encountered steady pressure from Caviart Heather as they rounded the third turn and neared three-quarters, but JK Finendandy shook off that challenge and drew off. She cruised under the wire 2 1/4 lengths in front, stopping the clock in 1:54.3.       This marks her second win in a row, and of her career, and puts her earnings over the $140,000 mark. She's owned by Mark and Jacob Graber, Loren Schmucker, and Brookside Stables, trained by Jenn Bongiorno, and driver Joe Bongiorno. The Bongiornos teamed up for another win in the next race, scoring in the eighth race with Hot Deuce.   Git Go got second at 25/1, while Caviart Heather held well after her wide trip and was third. \   Earlier in the card, the second leg of the NJSS-SDF for 3-year-old colt and gelding pacers was held. JK Lucky Charms got the victory there, holding off a surge from Rock N Teen to win by 3/4 of a length. He's now won both legs of the NJSS-SDF series, for owner 3 Brothers Stables and Pelling Racing, trainer Brett Pelling, and driver Todd McCarthy. His final time was also 1:54.3.   Live racing resumes at Freehold on Friday, starting at about 12:30 PM.   From Freehold Raceway  

Freehold, NJ --- Common Sense S equaled the track record for 3-year-old trotting fillies at Freehold Raceway on Friday (September 11), winning the Garden State Trot by 21 1/2 lengths.   Driver Ake Svanstedt sent her out to the front early on, leading the four-horse field in the early going. Ab'sattitudeexpress, an impressive NJ Sire Stakes winner two weeks ago, kept her honest. She stayed right on her heels while drafting in the pocket, as Common Sense set fractions of 28.0, 57.0, and 1:26.2.   As they rounded the final turn, George Brennan pulled Ab'sattitudeexpress off the pylons, and it looked like she'd give Common Sense a challenge. However, she broke stride, leaving Common Sense all alone on the lead. From there, Svanstedt's filly crossed the wire well out in front, stopping the clock in 1:55.2.   For Common Sense, it was her second win in a row, having won here last week. Her time matched the track record, previously set by Bee Line during the 2006 New Jersey Sire Stakes. Ake Svanstedt also trains and co-owns the winner with SRF Stable.   Never Late Kait, Alyvia Deo, and Ab'sattitudeexpress rounded out the order of finish. There was no wagering offered on the race.   Later in the day, two divisions of the second leg of the New Jersey Sire Stakes- Standardbred Development Fund for 3-year-old male trotters was held. The first leg went to Gerard, who opened up a big lead early on and held on to win by two lengths. Eric Abbatiello drove him, for owner This N That Stable and trainer James DeLucia.   In leg 2, Kasha V won for the second week in a row, wearing down early leader Kixton Hanover and holding off late-charging Kyrie Deo to win by two lengths. He's owned by Theologos Moutafis, trained by Tom Corelli, and driven by Austin Siegelman. His final time of 1:57.0 was more than two seconds faster than Gerard's.   Live racing continues at Freehold on Saturday, with a 12-race card beginning at about 12:30 PM EDT.   From Freehold Raceway  

Freehold, NJ --- It's been a sweet run indeed for Feeling Sweet at Freehold Raceway. She's won the first two legs of the New Jersey Sire Stakes- Standardbred Development Fund for 3-year-old pacing fillies, and will seek a sweep of the series on Saturday afternoon (September 12).   Last week was her most impressive win yet. Sent off as the 1/5 favorite in the field of six, she instantly made it to the lead and drew off handily, coasting under the wire 9 1/2 lengths in front in 1:56. This time, she'll leave from post position five, and driver Mike Cole will almost certainly be aggressive with her once again. She's trained by Joseph Columbo, and owned by George and Tina Dennis Racing.   It won't be easy for her to get the sweep, though. She's got several imposing rivals from some top stables. Jenn Bongiorno sends out JK Finendandy from the inside post position. After Feeling Sweet caught her on the fire in leg 1, JK Finendnady roared to a convincing 5 1/2 length win in the other division of the second leg last week. Two weeks ago, she almost won the first leg gate-to-wire, before Feeling Sweet nailed her late. Joe Bongiorno has the drive.   Tony Alagna sends out Caviart Heather, looking for one more shot at redemption. In both legs of the series, she's gone off as the odds-on favorite, but has finished second both times. She'll look for a rebound from post position four, with Jason Bartlett in the sulky.   That race is scheduled as the seventh, with a scheduled post time of 2:30 PM.   Earlier in the day, a field of seven 3-year-old colt & gelding pacers will do battle in the second division of their NJSS-SDF series. JK Lucky Charms was an impressive gate-to-wire winner in the first leg last week, and he'll look to do it again from post position one. Todd McCarthy will drive for trainer Brett Pelling. They'll go in the third race, with a listed off time of 1:10 PM.   The first of twelve races at Freehold on Saturday will be at 12:30 PM.   From Freehold Raceway    

Freehold, NJ --- A small but select field has lined up for the Garden State Trot for 3-year-old fillies at Freehold Raceway this Friday (September 11). Four fillies will contest the $40,000 race. Because of field size, the race will be run as a non-betting affair at 12:15 PM.   Two fillies stand out over the rest: Common Sense S and Ab'sattitudeexpress. The former is coming off an impressive win in the second leg of the New Jersey Sire Stakes- Standardbred Development Fund last Friday. She's enjoyed success over this track, and will seek to continue her winning ways from post position two. Ake Svanstedt is listed as the trainer and driver.   Ab'sattitudeexpress won the first leg of the series handily, drawing off to a 6 3/4 length win in 1:56.2. After a week off, she'll get back in action here, from the outside post position. She's trained by Lucas Wallin, with George Brennan keeping the drive.   Alyvia Deo and Never Late Kait round out the field.   The 11-race pari-mutuel card is headlined by two divisions of the NJSS-SDF for 3-year-old colt & gelding trotters. The first division is race 3, and drew a field of five. AP Hall of Trix, who went off as the favorite last week in the first leg before going off stride, and Fly Eagle Fly, who was second after setting the pace in that race, are the main contenders.   The second division will go as the fifth race, and features a field of six. Kasha V won the first leg last week at 10/1, and will seek a repeat from the inside post position. Southwind Hillraze, who was third after an early break, figures to be his toughest rival.   Post time for the first race on Friday will be at about 12:30 PM EDT.   From Freehold Raceway  

Freehold, NJ ---- A pair of New Jersey Sire Stakes- Standardbred Development Fund races were held at Freehold Raceway on Friday (September 4). One race saw the heavy chalk win, another saw an upset.   1/10 favorite Common Sense S won the second leg of the series for 3-year-old trotting fillies by 3 1/2 lengths. Steve Smith put her on the lead early on, clearing to the pylons just after the opening quarter. From there, she never looked back, and drew off to a handy win. She went the mile in 1:58.2, for co-owner and trainer Ake Svanstedt and co-owner SRF Stable. This was her first win of the year from seven starts, and pushed her earnings past the $200,000 mark.       In the first leg of the series for 3-year-old trotting colts and geldings, Kasha V got the job done at 10/1. He got the dream trip in the pocket behind early leader Fly Eagle Fly, who set a moderate tempo while not sneaking away from the rest. In the stretch, Kasha V and driver Austin Siegelman moved outside and wore down Fly Eagle Fly for a half-length win. That was his first career win from nineteen starts, for owner Theologos Moutafis and trainer Tom Corelli. The final time was 2:00.       Live racing continues on Saturday, with a first post of 12:30 PM EDT. There's a double carryover on the pick 5, worth $1,885.39.   From Freehold Raceway    

Freehold, NJ --- Last Saturday's divisions of the New Jersey Sire Stakes- Standardbred Development Fund for 3-year-old filly pacers at Freehold Raceway looked like coronations for two Tony Alagna-trained fillies. Odds on Sarasota, the New Jersey Sire Stakes champion at the Meadowlands went off at 4/5 in her race. Meanwhile, Caviart Heather went off at 2/5 in her division.   However, both of them lost, with Odds on Sarasota breaking stride early on, and Caviart Heather finishing second by half a length. Both will seek revenge on Saturday, in the second leg of their series.   Caviart Heather drew post position four in her division, which is scheduled as the third race on the program. She has some stiff competition, including Git Go, who won her division of the first leg last week, and Thundra, who finished one length behind Git Go. Jason Bartlett will be in the sulky on Caviart Heather.   In the second division, Odds on Sarasota drew the inside post position in the field of seven, which will be the fifth race on the card. Feeling Sweet, who upset her stablemate last week, is drawn to Odds on Sarasota's direct outside, and once again looks like a serious win contender.   The card also features the first division of the NJSS-SDF for 3-year-old colt & gelding pacers. A field of seven will line up in there, with JK Lucky Charms, for Brett Pelling, the likely favorite. He won a division of the Stallion Series at the Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono last out, going the mile in 1:50.4. That race is scheduled as the seventh, with a post time of about 2:30 PM EDT.   The first of thirteen races at Freehold this Saturday will be at 12:30 PM EDT.   From Freehold Raceway  

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