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WASHINGTON, PA, Nov. 30 — Dismissed at 7-1, Maewegonow stalked the leader from the pocket, then knifed through the sloppy Lightning Lane to capture Monday’s harness racing feature at The Meadows, a $10,800 Conditioned Trot. Maewegonow sat patiently for Dan Rawlings while Town Victor took the field through the early fractions. But the 6-year-old daughter of Deweycheatemnhowe-Mauresmo was stronger through the stretch, downing Town Victor by a length in 1:55.4. Jessiejesorjessica finished third. Rich Perfido trains the winner, who vaulted over $400,000 in career earnings, for Win Rhythm Stables. Brady Brown and Jim Pantaleano each collected three wins on the 13-race card. Two of Brown’s victories were of the spectacular variety, as he scored at 25-1 and 12-1. Live racing at The Meadows continues Tuesday when the 13-race program features a pair of carryovers — $2,451.49 in the final-race Super Hi-5, $1,867.20 in the Pick 5 (race 8). First post is 12:45 PM.   By Evan Pattak for The Meadows Standardbred Owners Association

WASHINGTON, PA, Nov. 30, 2020 — The Meadows Standardbred Owners Association (MSOA) celebrated “Caretaker Appreciation Day” on Friday, and horsemen and local businesses showered gifts and gratitude on the hard-working, unsung men and women who keep horses and stables going. Caretakers won cash and gift cards in drawings while the MSOA presented each groom with a sweatshirt and free lunch at the paddock kitchen. Pastor Joe DiDonato, The Meadows track chaplain, presented caretakers with Chick-fil-A gift cards, and drivers kicked in $20 per drive, per groom. Drawing winners, with donors in parentheses, were:   Cash   $100 — Dana Kahrig (Amulet Equine Rehab & Conditioning Center); $100 — Pete Stratton (Amulet Equine Rehab & Conditioning Center); $100 — Catherine McMillen (Amulet Equine Rehab & Conditioning Center); $100 — Becky McDougal (Amulet Equine Rehab & Conditioning Center); $100 — Cathy Smith (CSC Insurance); $100 — Niki Harvey (CSC Insurance); $100 — C.J. Russo (CSC Insurance); $100 — Courtney Polan (CSC Insurance); $100 — Mandy Cope (Rich Gillock); $100 — Shawn Rawson (Norm Parker); $100 — Erik Farris (Nick Catalano); $100 — Ron Bush (Betts Racing); $100 — Diana Hughes (Kahrig Racing); $100 — John Romantino (Presto Racing): $100 — John Romantino (Keith Pippi); $50 — Michelle Venneri (Rothfuss Racing); $50 — Adam Hordies (Dirk Simpson); $50 — Cheyenne Christman (Dirk Simpson); $50 — Diana Hughes (Altmeyer Wilder Racing); $35 — Ben Dube (Chris Rusmisel & Family): $25 — Linda Teed (Lisa Dunn); $20 — Jeff Lazek (C.J. Russo); $20 — Sage Grego (Marashian Racing).   Gift Cards   $50 — Jim Rothfuss (Chris Gooden); $50 — Katie Turner (Ray & Lori Romanetti); $25 — Deb Redmon (Shaw Racing); $25 — Courtney Polan (Shaw Racing); $25 — Michael Tabasco (Lucy Langley); $25 — Mandy Cope (As Seely Promised); $25 — Dan Holmes (Rothfuss Racing): $25 — Yvonne Medors (Rothfuss Racing); $25 — Tori Guzzie (Josh & Nicole Sullivan) $20 — Lou Ann Prosser (Brad & Jo Ellen Buxton).   Other donors included Jack & Kathy Smith and Cory Kreiser.   By Evan Pattak for The Meadows Standardbred Owners Association

WASHINGTON, PA, Nov. 16, 2020-- Tequila Party followed cover into the final turn, then poured it on through the lane to pull off a 7-1 mild harness racing upset in Monday's feature at The Meadows, a $10,400 Filly & Mare Conditioned Pace. Tequila Party picked up the live cover of Amelia's Courage A before Chris Shaw sent her wide for the drive. The 4-year-old daughter of Somebeachsomewhere-Tea Party Princess held off Hedges Avenue A by 1/2 length in 1:53.1 while Amelia's Courage A saved show. Paul Corey trains Tequila Party for Kenneth Ashba and Shawnie Corey. Tony Hall and Dave Palone each piloted three winners on the 13-race card. Live racing at The Meadows continues Tuesday, first post 12:45 PM.   By Evan Pattak for The Meadows Standardbred Owners Association

CHESTER, Penn. — After his 1:48.4 statement a week ago, Southwind Ozzi ($3.20) delivered a similarly decisive score in Sunday's (Nov. 15) harness racing feature at Harrah's Philadelphia, an $11,600 high-level conditioned pace. Southwind Ozzi and regular driver Daniel Dubé worked to clear Da Delightful (Tim Tetrick) through a :27.2 first quarter, and after rating a :56.2 half, the 4-year-old son of Somebeachsomewhere threw down the gauntlet. By way of back-to-back :26.4 quarters, Southwind Ozzi amassed 6-3/4 lengths of clearance over his rivals and paced strongly to the end of a 1:50 mile with plenty in reserve. Da Delightful held runner-up honors over Mac's Jackpot (Todd McCarthy), who lifted off stalling cover to finish third. Bill Mackenzie trains 14-time winner Southwind Ozzi for Vincent Ali Jr. and Alma Iafelice. The 2019 Little Brown Jug winner has earned $907,854 thus far in his career. George Napolitano Jr. led all drivers with three wins on the 12-race program. Racing returns to Harrah's Philadelphia on Wednesday afternoon (Nov. 18); the first of 14 races is scheduled for 12:25 p.m. EST.     by James Witherite, Harrah's Philadelphia racing media

WASHINGTON, PA, Nov. 10, 2020 — Pinned to the pylons into the final turn, Jessiejesorjessica found wide racing room and captured her 13th harness racing win this year in Tuesday’s co-feature at The Meadows, a $10,400 Filly & Mare Conditioned Trot. When Dave Palone swung her wide for the drive, the 4-year-old daughter of Justice Hall-Ziggy Wiggy had only open racetrack and tiring trotters in front of her. She scored in a career-best 1:54, with Kellie’s MVP and Petey Sarah second and third, respectively. Shawn Johnston trains Jessiejesorjessica, who lifted her lifetime bankroll to $108,678, for Gina Young. It was one of three wins for Palone on the 13-race card. In Tuesday’s other co-feature, a $10,400 Filly & Mare Conditioned Pace, Always Giggling followed much the same route to victory, brushing wide through the stretch to score in 1:52.3 for Jim Pantaleano, trainer Sarah Andrews and owner Jeff Fought Racing. The 6-year-old daughter of Always A Virgin-Giggles The Clown now boasts a career bankroll of $493,594. Live racing at The Meadows continues Wednesday, first post 12:45 PM.   By Evan Pattak for The Meadows Standardbred Owners Association

WILKES-BARRE PA – The two-year-old Winning Mister – Pictures Of Millie gelding Tricky Dick won his second straight race in a $10,400 harness racing feature on Tuesday afternoon at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono, and his 1:55.4 time was only a second off the divisional track record – not bad for a horse who didn’t break his maiden until October 6. Tricky Dick nosed out Gerard last Tuesday, and these two again were the principals in their race, with Gerard rushing to the lead down the backstretch with Tricky Dick on his tail and able to get into the pocket. In the stretch Matt Kakaley tugged on Tricky Dick’s right line and the baby knew exactly what to do, going by Gerard by three lengths while stamping himself as a horse to watch for owner/trainer/Pennsylvania’s Voice of the County Fairs, Jim McGettigan.   The fastest mile of the day came in the last race, in a bottom-level conditioned pace won by the Rock N Roll Heaven gelding Outkast Blue Chip in 1:49.4, a lifetime mark for the six-year-old. Outkast Blue Chip was looped out of the gate and hung well past a :25.4 opener to get the lead, but he just paced on down the road, putting up middle splits of :54.2 and 1:21.3 en route to the romping victory. Though the temperature was 74o instead of the 52o norm for November 10 in Wilkes-Barre, it still was a crackling mile Outkast Blue Chip put in for driver Marcus Miller, trainer Eddie Sager, and The Right Move Racing LLC. This Saturday’s card at The Downs is the last of the 2020 season, and in addition to top-notch racing it will carry the suspense right to the very last race of the meet. At stake will be a mandatory payout of the Rainbow Pick 5 bet, with a $239,477.19 carryover added to the day’s betting,  trying to select the winners of the last five races of the year at Pocono. The Napolitano brothers, George Jr. and Anthony, 1-2 in the drivers standings respectively, will surely miss being in action at The Downs. George won six times on Tuesday and Anthony three; combining those totals with the triples each recorded on Saturday would add up to 15 wins in the week’s 28 races at Pocono – just over half between the duo.   PHHA / Pocono

CHESTER, Penn. — Trainer Scott DiDomenico took top honors on the Sunday (Nov. 1) program at Harrah's Philadelphia, with his harness racing stable accounting for three of the afternoon's 13 winners. DiDomenico and driver Tim Tetrick teamed up to sweep the early daily double with Revelry ($4.20, 1:51.3) and Hey Run Me Over ($5.80, 1:54.1) before also claiming the finale with Sweet Beach ($3.40, 1:52.4). The afternoon's featured upper-level conditioned pace saw Semi Tough ($11.00) sustain an uncovered push through the far turn to reel in pacesetting favorite Bettor Memories by a half length in 1:50.4. Yannick Gingras drove the 4-year-old Somebeachsomewhere gelding to victory for trainer Ron Burke and the partnership of the Burke Racing Stable, Frank Baldachino, J&T Silva-Purnel & Libby and Weaver Bruscemi.   Racing returns to Harrah's Philadelphia with 14-race program on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons (Nov. 4-5) at 12:25 p.m. EST. The Friday (Nov. 6) card will begin at 2:05 p.m. EST.     by James Witherite, Harrah's Philadelphia racing media    

WILKES-BARRE PA – The Roll With Joe sophomore gelding Scootnroll, unraced at two, is now 9 for 10 lifetime, and for the second straight week he took his harness racing revenge over the only horse to defeat him, Billy Lincoln N, by winning a $12,000 pacing contest on the Sunday twilight card at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono in a lifetime best 1:50.2. Scootnroll, leaving from the outside post in the field of seven, worked his way past Billy Lincoln N after a 27.1 quarter, with that foe, who was favored slightly over the winner, content to ride behind to the half in :55.2 and to the three-quarters in 1:23.1, with the leader being joined by first-over Diamond Head at the latter call. As they turned for home, driver Tyler Buter got a big burst from his promising three-year-old, and he finished out the mile in :27.1 to be 1½ lengths clear of Sweet Truth, who barreled home between horses after riding third-in; that one in turn was a neck ahead of Diamond Head and another neck to the good of Billy Lincoln N, who did not have enough sprint in the Pocono Pike on this night. But Scootnroll had the needed power, and the youngster is quickly making up for lost time for owners Rick and Geoffrey Howles and trainer John “Bo” Hallett. Anthony Napolitano continued his strong form run by driving three winners on the Sunday card, giving him 32 in his last eight programs at The Downs. Anthony is second to his brother George Jr. in the drivers win standings; Tyler Buter and Matt Kakaley, 3-4 in the standings behind the Napolitanos, each recorded a driving double – as did McGwire Sowers, a native Maritimer and a “foal” of February 2000 who had never hit the board at Pocono in limited racing here before bringing in two winners and missing a third by a nose.   PHHA / Pocono

Chester, PA — After staving off pressure to prevail on the lead last week, Jack's Shadow N ($5.20) lifted off cover to just nab Itsrockandroll A in Sunday's (Oct. 18) featured harness racing event at Harrah's Philadelphia, a $14,400 top-level conditioned pace. Tim Tetrick was patient early with the 6-year-old Shadow Play gelding, settling just worse than midfield while Da Delightful (Daniel Dubé) worked clear of Rock The Town (Joe Bongiorno) to control early splits of :27.1 and :55.3. Jack's Shadow N became more involved up the backstretch and rode the cover of Itsrockandroll A (Corey Callahan) into contention as the pace intensified to three-quarters in 1:23.1. As Itsrockandroll A pressed into Da Delightful off the home turn, Tetrick flipped Jack's Shadow N three-wide in what proved to be the winning move. Itsrockandroll A collared Da Delightful with a sixteenth to go, but Jack's Shadow N accelerated down the center of the track to win by a neck in 1:50.3. Itsrockandroll A proved a game second; Da Delightful held off a mild inside bid from Rock The Town to save third.   Scott DiDomenico trains Jack's Shadow N for the Triple D Stables, Oompa's Farm and Robert Mondillo. The 17-time winner has now won four of his last five races. Jenn Bongiorno notched a training hat trick, led by a sparkling 1:50.1 mile from Nicholas Beach ($2.60). Joe Bongiorno drove the 4-year-old Somebeachsomewhere gelding to his seventh win in eight starts this season. Wise Image ($5.00, 1:51) and Alex Tye ($5.00, 1:50.4) were Jenn Bongiorno's other victorious trainees on the 14-race card, and both were also driven by Joe. Racing returns to Harrah's Philadelphia on Wednesday (Oct. 21), with a 14-race card scheduled and a $1,235.86 carryover in the Jackpot Hi-5. Post time is 12:25 p.m. EDT.     by James Witherite, Harrah's Philadelphia racing media

Chester, PA -- Jack's Legend ($7.00) withstood the breeze and hung tough for a narrow 1:49 score over None Bettor A in Sunday afternoon's (Oct. 11) $20,000 winners-over pacing harness racing feature at Harrah's Philadelphia. None Bettor A, sent off as the 9-5 favorite, vaulted to the lead from the outside post seven and dictated early splits of :26.4 and :54.3 while in line to George Napolitano Jr. Up the far side, Pat Berry made his move with Jack's Legend N, angling the 6-year-old Bettor's Delight gelding first-over out of third to press a :27 third sectional. Jack's Legend N worked into a narrow lead midway around the home turn, but None Bettor A refused to give way. The two duelled the length of the home straight, with Jack's Legend N prevailing by a scant neck over the game None Bettor A. Itsrockandroll A (Corey Callahan) lifted down the grandstand side to finish third. Trainer Josh Green owns 16-time winner Jack's Legend N in partnership with Rich Lombardo Racing LLC, David Kryway and Eric Good. The 20-cent Jackpot Hi-5 was hit for $7,178.06 in the afternoon's fifth race, as one player held the winning 5-2-7-6-4 combination which was keyed by Loud Splash ($10.00, Berry) and absent 5-2 favorite Barbados. Simon Allard and George Brennan both recorded driving hat tricks on the 14-race program. Racing returns to Harrah's Philadelphia on Wednesday afternoon (Oct. 14); post time is 12:25 p.m. EDT. by James Witherite, Harrah's Philadelphia racing media

WILKES-BARRE PA – Driver Anthony Napolitano remains the hottest pilot at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono – in fact, on the Sunday twilight harness racing card at The Downs he dialed up his dominance with six victories, giving him 23 wins in the last five local cards. “Anthony Nap” captured the trotting division of the $12,000 tri-features on the card with the E L Titan trotting colt I Got The Looks, the even-money favorite who came with a big late rally to overhaul 47-1 shot Lazer Jet in the shadow of the wire to take a head decision. The final time of 1:54.2 was a lifetime best for the sophomore Steve Brabrook trainee, who is owned by Wish Me Luck Stables LLC and Jonathan Lapp Jr. I Got The Looks winning in 1:54.2 The Roll With Joe sophomore gelding Scootnroll, who opened his career with seven straight wins then was beaten by Billy Lincoln N in his previous start, got revenge on that rival when he took a new mark of 1:51 in the faster division of the pacing headliners. Tyler Buter moved the winner, who did not race at two, to the lead ahead of his rival in front of the stands, then withstood “Billy”’s late inside rally by a length for trainer John Hallett and owners Rick Howles and Geoffrey Holmes. In the other pacing feature, pacesetter Warrawee Veloce was headed by Pocono Pike-shooting favorite So Many Roads in the stretch, but fought back bravely in the :55.2 last half to take a head decision in 1:53. Simon Allard had the sulky seat behind the Somebeachsomewhere three-year-old gelding, who is trained by Ron Burke and owned by Burke Racing Stable LLC, Lawrence Karr, J&T Silva – Purnel & Libby, and Dr. Michael Wilson. Allard took the last three races on the Pocono card, all with Ron Burke trainees; he had also posted three tallies at Harrah’s Philadelphia on that track’s Sunday afternoon program.   PHHA / Pocono

Meadow Lands, Pa. - Members of The Great Lakes Amateur Drivers Association assembled at The Meadows for an $8100 trot and after a perfect pocket trip Alesha Binkley rallied Luminosity to a solid 1:56.2 harness racing victory over eight rivals. Sent off as third choice in the competitive field Luminosity paid $9.60 for win. After starting from the pole position Steve Oldford sent 18-1 shot, A Royal Line, to the lead and they had command as the field trotted by the first stanza in a swift :27.3 with the eventual winner tucked in nicely in the two-hole. With no one challenging Oldford then grabbed leather and lead the field by the halfway point in :58.1. But as the field headed to the three quarters Oldford fed his trotter racetrack and despite a :28.3 quarter they couldn't shake Luminosity who was enjoying a covered two-hole trip. When the field rounded the final turn and headed for paydirt A Royal Line's stride began to shorten and Oldford could do nothing more but watch Alesha Binkley rally Luminosity to a 1-1/4 length victory. And in the deep stretch John Sikaras got the betting favorite, Formor, up for second money. A Royal Line held on for the show dough.. Luminosity , a 10 year-old altered son of Cash Hall, scored his fourth seasonal triumph and 50th of his illustrious career. He is owned by Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi and trained by Ron Burke.   by John Manzi for the Great Lakes Amateur Drivers Association

WILKES-BARRE PA – The Bettor’s Delight gelding Billy Lincoln N ended Scootnroll’s streak of seven wins at the start of his harness racing career, as the Kiwi import held safe his rival by a neck in 1:52.2 while taking one of four divisions of a $12,000 class at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono during the Sunday twilight card. Billy Lincoln N was three-wide through most of a :27.2 opener to get the lead, but then driver Marcus Miller was able to back off the half to :57.2. The speed would be soon sharpened as Scootnroll came up uncovered to challenge, with “Billy” maintaining his lead by the 1:25.2 three-quarters and actually opening a little daylight late on the turn. But Scootnover was far from finished and actually came back in a :27.2 final quarter, though his effort was not quite enough to catch Billy Lincoln N for barrister/trainer Tahnee Camilleri of Dancin Lou fame and the ownership of David Kryway and 1362313 Ontario LTD. In the other division of the quad features reserved for male pacers, the A Rocknroll Dance gelding Ben Rockin came up the Pocono Pike to catch pacesetting favorite Warrawee Veloce in 1:53.1, a lifetime best, for trainer Bill “Moon” Mullin and owner Robert John Becker. The fans had a better handle on the ability of 5-1 shot Ben Rockin for this card than for his other win of the year, on Opening Weekend, where he returned $171.40. Ben Rockin was handled by Anthony Napolitano, who won five races for the second straight card at The Downs. In the pacing distaff section of the headliners, the Art Major sophomore filly Galleria Gal was able to use sweeping tactics behind a fast pace and earned a new speed badge of 1:52.2. Tyler Buter drove the winner for trainer John Berger and owners Theresa Donnelly and Fernando Arnesti Jr. who saw their filly finally win in 2020 after amassing $114,824 while clashing with tough New York-sired stock. Finally, the trotting feature saw the Andover Hall gelding Pembroke Yoyo get a giant early lead after the other major leaver made a break, then hold together to withstand the late moves of favorites Celebrity Miracle and Kyrie Deo in 1:55.4. Pembroke Yoyo had won his last start, but that had been25 days ago; he showed no apparent rust here for driver Hunter Oakes, trainer Scott Betts, and owner Nicholas Catalano.   PHHA / Pocono

Chester, PA — Trainer Andrew Harris and driver George Napolitano Jr. both notched grand slams — and teamed up to take three races together — on the Sunday afternoon (Oct. 4) harness racing program at Harrah's Philadelphia. Harris and Napolitano teamed up to win a $12,800 pacing for non-winners of five races with Patriot Nation ($8.20, 1:50.1), a $10,000 fourth-level conditioned pace with Our Max Phactor N ($4.00, 1:50.2), and a $5,600 first-level conditioned pace Cinnabar Dragon ($3.80, 1:51.4). Harris additionally won an $8,800 third-level pace with Rock Lights ($4.00, 1:51.3), whom Simon Allard drove, and Napolitano got his first of his four wins on the afternoon with Gilbert Garcia-Owen trainee Sevens Hope A ($2.80, 1:53.1) in a $15,000 claiming pace. The afternoon's featured event — a $14,400 top-level conditioned pace — saw Vettel N ($8.20) and driver Tony Morgan draft in the pocket behind dueling leaders Jack's Shadow N and Prince Of Tides before sneaking up the open stretch to win by a neck in 1:51.2. Itsrockandroll A lifted off cover for second over the game Jack's Shadow N. Trainer Jenn Bongiorno co-owns Vettel N, a 7-year-old American Ideal gelding, with Joe Bongiorno, Brent Hershberger and Robert Devine. Racing returns to Harrah's Philadelphia on Wednesday afternoon (Oct. 7) with a 14-race card programmed and a $4,738.47 carryover in the Jackpot Hi-5. Post time is 12:25 p.m. EDT.     by James Witherite, Harrah's Philadelphia racing media

WILKES-BARRE PA – George Napolitano Jr. and his brother Anthony, the two winningest harness racing drivers at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono, captured nine of the fourteen races on the Monday afternoon card – and still they had to share the spotlight with a trainer who boosted her career win total to 32. Brianne Good, a 36-year-old trainer from Sayre PA and a former participant in the Racing Under Saddle series, is campaigning her stock at Pocono now that Tioga Downs, near her home, has closed for the season, and Good sent out three winners on the Monday card, using a different driver aboard each winner. Tyler Buter drove Big Mach to a $49.80 victory in race five; George Napolitano was behind favored $4.80 winner BJ Lorado in the very next race; and then Anthony Napolitano brought home $51.00 bomber Ev’s Girl in the thirteenth contest. Tyler Buter driving Big Mach to a $49.80 victory   Good, who has had her license for less than three years and who has never started more than 112 horses in a season, had once before had a multiple win card – and it was ironically the night she got her first and second career training victories, at The Meadowlands on February 9, 2018. As far as the $51 victory of Ev’s Girl, it was Anthony Napolitano’s third victory in the first four races of today’s Rainbow Pick 5 bet – George had the other – and the $51.00 payoff reduced to 22 the number of “live” tickets vying to be the unique winning ducat and to collect the $238,000 pool. But the last race saw Anthony win again with 2-1 shot Mighty Mr Sharkey over 3-5 favorite Rock Lights in the stretch battle, resulting in multiple winners and a carryover of over $232,000 for Tuesday’s Rainbow Pick 5 pool. Anthony’s four wins in the Rainbow bet were his “only” winners of the day, while George reported home first five times, giving him fourteen wins in the three racing days so far this week. But doubtless it will be Brianne Good who will remember the day for a long time thereafter.   PHHA / Pocono

Chester, PA — Scott DiDomenico captured top billing on Sunday afternoon's (Sept. 20) 14-race card at Harrah's Philadelphia, winning with three of his harness racing trainees at the riverside oval. DiDomenico, whose Triple D Stables Inc. registered an owning treble as well, sent Sweet Beach ($4.60, 1:53) to victory in a first-level conditioned pace before also haltering Numbered Account ($10.60, 1:51.4) and Jack's Shadow N ($2.40, 1:51.3), who proved best in their respective third-level pacing events. Tim Tetrick drove all three of DiDomenico's winners, and he also drove Chris Temming's Barbados ($2.80, 1:52.3) to victory in a $20,000-$25,000 claiming handicap. Tetrick's grand slam was matched by George Napolitano Jr. and Simon Allard. In the afternoon's featured event, a fifth-level conditioned pace with an $11,600 purse, Jenn Bongiorno trainee Vettel N ($43.20) secured the pocket and drafted comfortably behind Alluneedisfaith N before reaching up the open stretch to just nose out the late-rallying Casual Cool in 1:51.3. Tony Morgan drove the 7-year-old American Ideal gelding for the Jenn Bongiorno Stable LLC, Joe Bongiorno, Brent Hershberger and Robert Devine.   Live racing returns to Harrah's Philadelphia with a 15-race card on Wednesday (Sept. 23), with Liberty Bell stakes for Pennsylvania-sired 2-year-old fillies taking center stage. Post time is 12:25 p.m. EDT.     by James Witherite, Harrah's Philadelphia racing media

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