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Pompano Beach, FL...March 10, 2021...Muscles For Life and Lucky Artist A shared the spotlight as Pompano Park hosted twin Open Handicap events on Tuesday night (March 9). Muscles For Life, brilliantly handled by Wally Hennessey, was sent directly to the front from post six, opening daylight on what was seemingly his main rival, Timon AS, and went on to score a relatively comfortable win in 1:54.1. His winning margin was 1½ lengths over his half-brother, Serenity Cruise (Mike Simons) with BjLorado (Joe Chindano, Jr.), the longest proposition in the race at 59 to 1, third, three lengths away. Born To Thrive was fourth while Sooo Handsome picked up the nickel. Timon AS, leaving from the outside eight post, was never in contention while locked up the entire route. Muscles For Life, who usually likes to join the fray from the get-go, did so again this night by streaking off the wings and into the early lead, taking the field through an opener in a moderate :28.1 with the half in a well rated :57.1. From that point, the lead for Muscles For Life remained at a length-and-a-half all the way home with a final half in :57 to seal the deal.       In a post-race interview, Hennessey relayed, "He was very solid tonight. He just kept that steady grinding forward momentum all the way. I was very pleased with his performance." The victory -- lifetime win number 35 -- came in the Muscle Mass stallion's milestone 100th career start, sending his earnings to $372,415 for the Steve Oldford trainee owned by Jarold Hawks. Off at 3 to 2 when the final bell rang, Muscles For Life paid $5.00 to win as second choice with the exacta comprised of the aforementioned half-brothers--both Muscles For Life and Serentiy Cruise being out of the Kadabra mare Serenity Girl--paying $61.00. On the pacing side of the ledger, the Aussie-bred Lucky Artist A, confidently handled by Mike Simons, led at every pole in scoring a 3 1/2 length win in the $11,000 Open Handicap for Mares. The eight year-old daughter of Artistic Fella zipped off the wings and painted panels of :27.2, :55.3 and 1:24.3 before easily completing the masterpiece with a :27.4 finale. Prairie Westerngal (Wally Hennessey), in the garden spot all the way around, finished second while Crisp Mane (David Miller) rallied from dead-last turning for home to finish third. Casie's Believer was fourth while Tempus Seelster picked up the final award in the sextet.       In a post-race interview, Simons said "she's very handy and all she needs to a chirp or two to get down to business. She was as strong at the end of the mile as when she was leaving the gate." Trained by Jared Cooper for the Robert Cooper Stables, Lucky Artist A won for the third time in her last four starts with this 22nd career success vaulting her lifetime bankroll over the $150,000 plateau--$152,566 to be precise. Off at 2 to 5, Lucky Artist paid $2.80 to win. The $10,000 Open II Trot went to the 11 year-old veteran Classicality, also driven by Mike Simons. This altered son of Classic Photo charged up first over beginning in turn two and grinded forward to the front at the third station and used a :28.3 finale to score in 1:55.4. Ev's Girl (Joe Chindano, Jr.) finished second after leading until the final bend, while Gemologist (Andy Santeramo) was next. The final two awards in the octet went to Cantab Lindy and Everyone's Talkin.       Owned and trained by Lisa Dunn, Classicality now has 56 lifetime wins and $752,623 on his card. He paid $10.80 as third choice in the betting. The $10,000 Open II Pace for Mares went to Take Abit Of Life, driven by Wally Hennessey. This five year-old daughter of Western Terror was put to the test from both sides of the isle and scored by a neck in a lifetime best performance of 1:52.3 Ask Me Ifi Care (Mike Micallef) finished a fast closing second while Evas Sports Czech (Ken Holliday) was third, one length back of the winner. Image Of A Dream, closing fastest of all, finished fourth while Northern Dali picked up the minor award in the field of seven. It was a mad scramble early for superiority as Jazzy Image and Roll With Angel were in a war through an opener of:27.3 before the latter yielded. Shortly thereafter, Evas Sports Czech made a quarter bid and swept to the front at the half in :55.4, only to be joined by Take Abit Of Life with yet another battle ensuing through a :28.1 third panel with Take Abit Of Life sticking her nostril in front of Evas Sports Czech with Ask Me Ifi Care joining the fray three wide. In the lane, the battle continued right to the wire with Take Abit Of Life prevailing for her first win of the 2021 season.       Trained by Jake Huff for Rosie Huff and the Our Three Sons Stable, Take Abit Of Life bolstered her career earnings to $129,615. Off as the favorite at 7 to 5, Tale Abit Of Life rewarded her faithful with a $4.80 mutuel. Four drivers had driving doubles on Tuesday night--Simons, Wally Hennessey, David Miller, and Braxton Boyd. One of Boyd's successes came with Move Over Sis, an 11 to 1 chance trained by Dale Gilmour, who co-owns with Jamie Daley. The seven year-old daughter of Canyon Wind capped a Pick-5 paying $5,273.65, despite the fact that the other four winners in the sequence were 7 to 5, 5 to 2, 3 to 2 and 4 to 1. Racing continues of Wednesday with a $15,000 guarantee of the popular Pick-4, featuring the lowest takeout in the industry--12%--and a Super Hi-5 Jackpot which has ballooned to $43,953.30. Post time is set for 7:20 p.m. EST. by John Berry for Pompano Park  

Pompano Beach, FL...March 9, 2021...Prairie Panther scored a repeat victory in Pompano Park's $11,500 Open Handicap Pace on Monday night, conquering six worthy harness racing opponents and near gale-force wind gusts in the process. The versatile seven year-old gelded son of Royel Millennium changed strategy this night after a courageous win last week on the engine, coming from well off the pace to score in 1:51.2 under the direction of Hall of Fame driver Wally Hennessey. Seeing Eye Single (David Miller) closed fastest of all to be second, three-parts-of-a-length away, while Skip To My Lou, assigned the outside post in this field, rallied from last half-way through the mile to finish third. Southwind Amazon was fourth while Ideal Feeling picked up the nickel after looming boldly around the final turn. With very strong winds providing a tailwind from the first turn to the half mile junction, it was Southwind Amazon (Peter Wrenn) in an early war for supremacy with Alluneedisfaith N taking the field through an opening panel in a breezy :26.4 with Funknwaffles (Kevin Wallis) next. Just after that initial quarter, both Allunneedisfaith and Funknwaffles were both on the move with Alluneedisfaith N taking charge--briefly--before yielding to Funknwaffles with the strong wind setting up a half in a sizzling :53.2. On the backside, things began to boil over with Ideal Feeling going first up into the wind with Prairie Panther catching his live cover, as did Skip To My Lou, now third over. After reaching the third platform in 1:22.2 and turning for home, Ideal Feeling stuck his head in front, but they were all fanned across the racetrack with Prairie Panther surging to the lead with his :28.3 finale, getting to the winner's circle for the 43rd time during his career measuring 102 starts.       In a post race interview, Hennessey remarked, "what can I say...he shows up for work every week! It was pretty windy out there and there seemed to be some speed inside materializing, so I kept out of that hoping the fractions would be quick for us to pounce on the backside. After that half (:53.2), I was lucky enough to catch some live cover and the Panther did the rest. You have to give credit to the trainer, who keeps him razor sharp and the dedicated caretakers who put in the hours to bring out the best in him." Trainer Mike Deters added, "Panther raced great! He has a great set of lungs and, probably, his greatest attribute is he rarely gets tired. If he does have a flaw, it's that he doesn't have very good gate speed and that's why I was so surprised that he won last week that way. Hats off to Wally for putting him in a position to win!" Deters co-owns the winner with breeder Laurie Poulin, who now has banked $408,730. Though Prairie Panther was the 5 to 2 morning line favorite, he went off as the third choice at 7 to 2 and paid $9.40 to win. The $10,000 Open II Pace went to Lets Roll for driver Mike Simons. The six year-old son of Roll With Joe made a bold first up move on the backside, stuck his head in front around the final bend, and went on to score a 2 1/2 length win in 1:51.3 for his third win of the season. Mach West (Wally Hennessey) was second while Windemere Ryan (Braxton Boyd) was next. Stone Hanover and Real Peace completed the top five in this octet.       Owned by Rosie Huff along with Beauty Bridle Racing and Our Three Sons Stable, Let's Roll won for the 18th time in his career sending his lifetime bounty to $170,060. As fourth choice in the betting, Lets Roll paid $11.40 to win. Pompano Park's Pick-6 continues to pay rich dividends as the the 5-5-7-2-6-6 sequence, with the longest price being $12.60, paid $4,073.15 for the 50 cent ticket. Racing continues on Tuesday with a $20,000 guaranteed pool for the track's Pick-4, featuring the lowest takeout in the industry--12%--and a Super Hi-5 Jackpot of $38,434.75. Post time is set for 7:20 p.m EST. by John Berry, for Pompano Park

Pompano Beach, FL - Some of the harness racing horsemen in the backstretch at Pompano Park Wednesday morning received a pleasant visit from representatives of the Florida Chapter of the United States Harness Writers Association. Chapter president Steve Wolf and chapter national director and treasurer Thomas H. Hicks were visiting certain stables and presenting awards from last season that were not given out due to the pandemic. "We held off hoping we could do a presentation event," said Steve Wolf, "That did not work out and Tom Hicks said let's go to the backstretch and start giving out the trophies and I agreed." Being honored with their plaques were trainers John Hallett as the Dan Gawlas Good Guy Award winner, Mike Murphy and longtime blacksmith Phil Cable with Lifetime Achievement Awards. The Caretaker of the Year award went to Joe Kroll, who had since passed away. Trainer Jim McDonald accepted the award for Joe's wife, Shawna. The Florida Chapter of USHWA will be traveling to Sunshine Meadows Equestrian Village in Delray Beach Saturday morning where at The Deck, members will be presenting awards including Florida Harness Racing Hall of Fame induction trophies to Tony Alagna, Frank Antonacci and Tom Merriman. President's Awards will be presented to Myron Bell, Eric Cherry and Maurice Chodash and Peter Wrenn will receive his Stanley Dancer Award. You can follow the Florida Chapter of USHWA via their website at www.ushwa-florida.com/ or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/floridachapterushwa/. From the Florida Chapter of USHWA  

Pompano Beach, FL...March 2, 2021...There is an old weather folklore that says "March comes in like a lion..." and, as the month of March roared in at Pompano Park on the first day, it was the tiny "mighty-mite" Skip To My Lou who came in like a lion to take top honors in the $11,000 Open Handicap Pace. The five year-old gelded son of Sweet Lou got picture perfect handling from 21 year-old Joe Chindano, Jr. to score a two length win in 1:51 for his fifth harness racing win of the young 2021 campaign in seven starts. Rebellious (Wally Hennessey) was second after cutting much of the mile while Alluneedisfaith N (Mike Simons) was another neck back in third. Seeing Eye Single and Funknwaffles picked up the final two awards in the classy, two million dollar field. As the wings folded, Skip To My Lou, usually content to work from off the pace, changed strategy this night and push the gate out of his way to take the field through an opening panel in a hot :26.3 with Rebellious on the prowl and taking over once they straightened away the first time. Rebellious then carded subsequent panels of :55.4 and 1:23.3 and turned for home with a length advantage which began to melt as Skip To My Lou left the cozy pocket and began gnawing away, taking charge mid-way through the stretch and on to the win.   In a post-race interview, young Chindano said, "What can I say? He brought his suit and tie and lunch box to work and was ready to go to work tonight. He raced awesome. He's just a tiny mighty-mite--maybe 14 hands--that has a lion hearted motor." The win pushed his lifetime earnings to $141,531--$29,450 of that this season, which exceeds his entire bankroll from last season. Off as the favorite at 3 to 2, Skip To My Lou paid $5.00 to his multitude of faithful. The $9,500 Open II-III Handicap went to Prairie Panther and driver Wally Hennessey, holding off the warrior Southwind Amazon (David Miller) by a scant nose in 1:51.2 with Lets Roll (Mike Simons) third. Loud Splash and Windemere Ryan were next in the classy septet. In that event, there was a ferocious war early as the three horses with the outside posts all left seeking the lead with Unlikeanyother (post 5), Southwind Amazon (post 6) and Prairie Panther (post 7) all on the engine with Unlikeanyother reaching the opening station in :26.4 with Southwind Amazon outside and Prairie Panther three wide through the entire first panel before reaching the top after that hot first panel with Southwind Amazon now enjoying the coziness of the pocket. After a :55.2 half, Unlikeanyother was on the move again from third and denting an official third quarter of :27.3. As that one's bid began to falter, Prairie Panther opened up a 1 1/2 length lead turning for home as Southwind Amazon found a seam and began gnawing away in a memorable photo finish. But the photo showed Prairie Panther with his nostril in front for his first success of the year in six starts.   This seven year-old son of Royel Millennium now has 42 career wins for breeder and co-owner Laurie Poulin who, in turn, co-owns with trainer Mike Deters. That is the second milestone for Prairie Panther in his last two starts--this one vaulting his earnings over the $400,000 plateau ($402,980) after his 100th career start in his last start. As the second choice at 7 to 5, Prairie Panther paid $4.80 to win. Other notable performances on Monday were achieved by drivers Rick Plano, David Miller and Wally Hennessey. Plano had a "hat trick" on the program, scoring with McMach ($9.20) in a conditioned pace in 1:50.3, Rockin Machine ($19.00) in a $20,000-$30,000 claiming event in1:52.1 and Bell I No ($14.60) in an Open III Pace in 1:52.1. Hennessey had a double, as well, with the aforementioned Prairie Panther and American Arrow ($3.20). Finally, Grand Galup Semalu lit up the tote-board with a $147.40 mutuel for Ken Holliday in the Super Hi-5 finale as the longest shot in the race, coming from last in the 10 horse field during the final quarter to score in 1:53.1. That keyed the 20 cent payoff in that event to $2,151.40. That Super Hi-5 event now sports a carryover jackpot of $15,281.75 when racing continues on Tuesday night at Pompano Park. Tuesday's program also features a $20,000 guaranteed pool in the track's Pick-4. Post time is set for 7:20 p.m. For full race results, click here. by John Berry, for Pompano Park

Coral Springs, FL – It has been confirmed by the Florida Standardbred Breeders and Owners Association (FSBOA) that there will be harness racing at Pompano Park through the 2022 season. Joe Pennacchio, president of the FSBOA stated, “We’ve agreed with Caesars to race next year through the end of the season in May/June 2022. “It is pretty much an extension of last year’s agreement,” Pennacchio said. “Negotiations will continue,” Pennacchio added. “For what the future holds for long term racing with Caesars.” On Friday, Feb. 28 Caesars/Eldorado did submit their harness race dates for the 2021-2022 state fiscal year (July 1 to June 30) to the Florida Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering.  It was reported last week by Harnesslink that Caesars/Eldorado Vice President of Racing, Joe Morris, met with the horsemen and woman at the track to discuss future racing at the facility. The FSBOA has had a lawsuit since April 2020 against Caesars/Eldorado concerning their efforts to obtain a full Jai Alai permit that would then do away with harness racing. Caesars would like to see that lawsuit go away. Morris said the FSBOA has been notified that Caesars/Eldorado would allow harness racing next year, but that could be the end of racing at the historic track. “We are in deep negotiations with Caesars,” explained Joe Pennacchio, president of the FSBOA. “We are trying to find a path forward to continue harness racing in Florida. Joe Morris has been great to deal with, very transparent, upfront. Lawyers on both sides have been in discussions on this statute and that statute and what ifs.” Pompano Park has been a winter haven for harness racing since the 1950’s. It was nicknamed the Winter Capital of Harness Racing and at one point housed nearly 2,000 horses and had hundreds of caretakers, trainers and drivers living and working at the track seven days a week. by Steve Wolf, for Harnesslink

Pompano Beach, FL...February 24...Lucky Artist A, superbly handled by harness racing driver Mike Simons, painted her way to a repeat win in Pompano Park's $10,500 Open Pace for Mares on Tuesday night (February 23), stopping the timer in 1:51.4. The eight year-old Aussie bred daughter of Artistic Fella, took charge around the opening turn from her outside post and sawed through panels of :27.3 and :56 before a :55.4 half-mile sprint home to touch the wire 1 1/4 lengths the best over Prairie Westerngal (Wally Hennessey) with Casie's Believer (Joe Chindano, Jr.) next in a field reduced to six with a pair scratches. Image Of A Dream and Roll With Angel picked up the final two awards. As the wings folded, Prairie Westerngal used her blazing hooves off the wings to zip into an early lead with Lucky Artist A, eaving two slots further out, now on the prowl to take charge mid-way around that opening turn. From there, no threats developed as Prairie Westerngal drafted along in the garden spot. Turning for home, the anticipated war between the two never materialized as Lucky Artist A was unscathed through that :27.4 finale.   In a post-race interview, driver Mike Simons said, "last week she was so strong when I chirped to her on the backside and she had to have paced that quarter in :26 and change (:26.4). So, I had confidence with her coming in off of her best mile ever and thought, since she's so good now, to take her to the front. She sure didn't let me down. She raced awesome." Trained by Jared Cooper for the Robert Cooper Stables, Lucky Artist A earned her 21st career win in her milestone 100th start to send her lifetime bankroll to $146,186. As the 8 to 5 second choice, Lucky Artist A paid $5.40 to win. Also of note, Wally Hennessey, who had a grand slam on Monday night, bested that by one on Tuesday night as the Hall Of Famer scored with Dads Filly ($3.60), Play To The Crowd ($4.20), Jaded Dream ($5.40), Glenferrie Blade A ($2.80) and Cenaltafirecracker )$16.60)--the latter keying a Super Hi-5 payoff of $5,881.20 for the 20 cent ticket. Racing continues on Wednesday with a guaranteed pool in the popular Pick-4 covering races five through eight. Post time is set for 7:20 p.m. by John Berry, for Pompano Park  

Pompano Beach, FL...February 23, 2021...Rebellious and In Secret shared the spotlight with harness racing wins in their respective Open Handicap events at Pompano Park on Monday (February 22). Rebellious, again handled by Wally Hennessey for trainer Mike Deters, who co-owns with Joel Warner, scored in the $11,000 feature for the pacers in 1:51.4, using a :27.1 finale to hold Alluneedisfaith N (Mike Simons), safe by a length on the wire. Seeing Eye Single (David Miller) was third, 2 ½ lengths away after an evenly rated effort while Skip To My Lou finished fourth. Ideal Feeling picked up the nickel after a first up backside bid reaching third around the final bend. Rebellious, a seven year-old gelded son of Mach Three, took charge around the opening turn and set fractions of :27.1, :56.3 and 1:24.3 along the way to score his third win in four 2021 starts and 44th success in a career that has seen his lifetime bounty vault to $340,206 with this win.   In a post-race interview, driver Hennessey lamented, "Mike (trainer Deters) has him razor sharp. He's a great horse and, when I got to the half in :56.3, I felt really confident since he went to the half in :55 and a piece last week and won. It was just another typical, great performance for him." In echoing Hennessey, trainer Deters said, "I thought he raced awesome tonight. He's got great gate speed and coasted to the front pretty easily. That breather in the second quarter helped--you know Wally has a stopwatch in his head--and sprinted the last half!" As the slight favorite at even money on the board (Skip To My Lou was 6 to 5). Rebellious paid $4.20 to his multitude of faithful. In Secret took top honors in the companion $11,500 Open Handicap Trot as driver David Miller took this nine year-old altered son of Deweycheatumnhowe to the front an eighth into the mile and posted times of $27.2, :56.3 and 1:25.3, sealing the issue with a final :28.4 panel to hold off the very fast closing Sooo Handsome (Rick Plano) by a neck in 1:54.2. The pocket-sitting 13 year-old Cantab Lindy (Jon MacDonald) and Gemologist (Andy Santeramo) tied for third with My Uncle Cuz picking up the minor award in the classy septet.   Trained by Devan Miller for owner Sylvia Burke, In Secret sent his lifetime bankroll roaring to $873,253 with the win--the 43rd of his career. Off at 3 to 5, In Secret paid $3.20 to win. Other notable performances on Monday included a $10,000 Open II Pace win by Sgt Papa Daddy in 1:52.1 and a 1:55.4 score for BJ Lorado in the companion $10,000 Open II Trot. Sgt Papa Daddy ($13.40) eked out a photo finish win by a neck for John MacDonald over the favorite Stone Hanover (Peter Wrenn) to send his lifetime victory total to 36 and earnings to $263,998. The seven year-old gelded son of Rockin Image is trained by Brandy Wine for the J P Stables. The millionaire pacer with 100 lifetime wins Southwind Amazon (Braxton Boyd) was a fast closing third in this event while Real Peace and Unlikeanyother were next in the octet. BJ Lorado's late lunge right on the wire earned him the nose decision for David Miller over EV's Girl (Joe Chindano, Jr.) with Simply Volo (Wally Hennessey), who led much of the way, was third in this "bang-bang" finish. Keegan Ho and Tech Titan were next. BJ Lorado, a seven year-old gelding by Bo W, has 26 career wins and earnings of $181,433. He's trained by Marc Major for Michael and Diane Norcross. He paid $10.20 to win. Also, La Rockin Sampson, a recent claim for $20,000 and now in the stable of Ken Holliday, scored his second straight win in the $10,000 ($20,000-$30,000) Claiming Handicap--he was in for $27,000--by scoring a near gate-to-wire win in 1:52. Trained by Holliday, who co-owns with Todd Liebman and Allan Alkes, La Rockin Sampson, a five year-old gelding by Rockin Image, was off at 6 to 1--the same as he was last week--and paid $14.20 to win. The identical event for trotters went to Timon AS--his second straight win--in 1:54.2. Confidentally handled by Peter Wrenn, this five year-old son of Lionhunter roared from last half way through the mile, went on a double-bubble binge 3/8ths from home and went on to score a length-and-a-half decision over the pacesetting Boinganator (Kevin Wallis) with Cartier Zette (Mike Simons) third. Impactor and Mister Muscle followed in the septet. Trained by Melanie Wrenn for owner Michael Guest, Timon AS earned his 18th career success in 50 career starts to send his lifetime earnings to $93,010. Surprisingly, Timon AS, who won last week at 3 to 5 in this same class, was off at 9 to 5 this time around and paid $5.60. Another noteworthy performance was that of track record holder Panocchio, who reached the winner's circle for the 73rd time during his illustrious career. The now 11 year-old gelded son of No Pan Intended scored in 1:52.3 for Wally Hennessey, who was in the bike for trainer Jim Mattison, co-owner with wife Vicki and Emile Johnson. It was the 47th success for Panocchio over Pompano's five-eighths mile oval. The slight favorite at 6 to 5, Panocchio paid $4.60 to win. The comeback for the near million dollar winner Funknwaffles ($965,624 coming in) continued on Monday night as this now seven year-old gelded son of American Ideal scored in 1:51 for David Miller in a gritty mile going first up on the backside and squeaking by a game Lyons Night Hawk (John MacDonald) by a neck. Trained by Tony Alagna, making his first start ever at Pompano Park, Funknwaffles is owned by Crawford Farms Racing and paid $3.20 to win. Finally, Millennial, driven by Joe Chindano, Jr., won the Super Hi-5 finale at 38 to1 and keyed a 1-4-3-7-2 combo that lead to a $100,453.86 payday bonanza for one fortunate member of the "Send-It-In" army. Handle for the night, once again, eclipsed the million dollar mark with $1,064,366 wagered on the 12 race program. Racing continues on Tuesday night with a Pick-6 carryover of $2,710 and a $20,000 guaranteed pool on the Pick-4, which begins in race 6. For full results, click here. by John Berry, for Pompano Park    

Coral Springs, FL – On Sunday afternoon there was a meeting held with the Pompano Park horse people and track management that does not bode well for harness racing’s future at the track. Joe Morris, Vice President of Racing for Eldorado, which owns Pompano Park, met with the horsemen and women in the race paddock to discuss the future of harness racing at the facility. Morris said the Florida Breeders and Owners Association (FSBOA) have been notified that Eldorado would allow harness racing next year, but that could be the end of racing at the historic track. “We are in deep negotiations with Eldorado,” explained Joe Pennacchio, president of the FSBOA. “We are trying to find a path forward to continue harness racing in Florida. Joe Morris has been great to deal with, very transparent, upfront. Lawyers on both sides have been in discussions on this statute and that statute and what ifs.” The FSBOA has had a lawsuit since April 2020 against Eldorado concerning their efforts to obtain a full Jai Alai permit that would then do away with harness racing. Eldorado would like to see that lawsuit go away. On Friday, Feb. 28 is when Eldorado must submit their race dates for the 2021 state fiscal year (July 1 to June 30) to the Florida Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering.  “We are trying to iron out everything we can before then.” Pennacchio said. “But there is no gun to our heads. We will be racing here until June 30 and continue to negotiate. “We have some major hurdles to overcome,” Pennacchio added. “At the meeting the horsemen asked Joe Morris if there will be a race meet next year and he answered them. They also asked why they cannot race long term and the answer was because of the value of the property.” It has been said that the 226 acres that Pompano Park sits on is worth an estimated $2 million an acre for development. The FSBOA Directors said they will be discussing the offer in great detail and are optimistic that an arrangement can be made that will be beneficial to both organizations. “I am cautiously optimistic that we have two parties that are trying to work to a conclusion that benefits everybody and maybe we can put that together.” Attempts were made to contact Joe Morris at Pompano Park to no avail. Pompano Park has been a winter haven for harness racing since the 1950’s. It was nicknamed the Winter Capital of Harness Racing and at one point housed nearly 2,000 horses and had hundreds of caretakers, trainers and drivers living and working at the track seven days a week. By Steve Wolf, for Harnesslink

Pompano Beach, FL...February 17...In an event that took a photo finish camera to separate five mares within a neck of each other at the wire, Prairie Westerngal, driven by Wally Hennessey, emerged victorious in Pompano Park's $10,500 Open I-II Handicap on Tuesday night (February 16), covering the mile in 1:52.3. The win gave trainer Mike Deters his second feature win in, roughly, 24 hours as his Rebellious took top honors in the similar event for the boys on Monday night. The official margin was a "head" at the wire with the fast closing Take Abit Of Life (Mike Simons) second and Crisp Mane (David Miller), Tempus Seelster and Ask Me Ifi Care next--all separated by noses. As the wings folded, Ask Me Ifi Care (Mike Micallef) was sent out in full flight and roared through an opening panel in 26.4. Maintaining her lead at the half in :56.1, Ask Me Ifi Care was beginning to feel the heat through a :27.2 third panel by She'sgotitgoingon with Prairie Westerngal sitting chilly in the garden spot and Crisp Mane second over and two lengths away. In the lane, there was a quintet of mares fanned across the track with Prairie Westerngal finding a seam and knifing on through when given room to roam. In a post-race interview, trainer Deters remarked about this five year-old daughter of Western Ideal saying, "You know, she raced very well a week ago in finishing fifth with very strong pace at the end. I was hoping for a bit of class relief because she hadn't dented the top three in the top class in her last few starts. But the race was written as an Open I-II so she had to stay where she had been racing. "She got shuffled a bit last week so I was thinking 'let's not get stuck and shuffled again.' I casually mentioned that to Wally--as if I really needed to--and Wally said, 'I'll take care of everything!' "I was very proud of her as this is a highly competitive group of mares and it was a great finish!" Hennessey also had a word remarking, "She gave a good hint the week before and she really responded well when we got clear at mid-stretch." Hall of Famer Hennessey continued, "I'll tell you who also deserves kudos--the track crew! Danny Roberts and his guys did some amazing work in getting the racetrack after that huge storm that hit before the races. It was an absolute miracle what he did. And, by the time we went to the gate, the track was as good as if the sun was shining!" For Prairie Westerngal, co-owned by Deters along with Laurie Poulin and Fritz Racing, this was her initial win of 2021 and 14th lifetime, sending her lifetime bankroll to $152,653. Off as the 7 to 2 second choice, Prairie Westerngal paid $9.00 to win. Racing continues on Wednesday with another guaranteed pool on the popular Pick-4 and a Super Hi-5 carryover of $44,612. by John Berry, for Pompano Park

Pompano Beach, FL...February 16...Rebellious returned to the harness racing wars after being given a couple of weeks off to "freshen up" and proved that the vacation was well worth it by scoring a 1:49.4 win in Pompano Park's $10,500 Open I-II Handicap Pace on Monday night (February 15). Handle for the night was $1,608,440, an all-time record since the track opened in 1964 and the 14th million dollar handle night this season, far eclipsing the number of million dollar handle during the previous 56 seasons. For Rebellious, a seven year-old gelded son of Mach Three, trained by Mike Deters, who co-owns with Joel Warner, had Wally Hennessey in the sulky and took charge from his post five around the initial turn and carded fractions of :26.3, :55.1 and 1:22.1 along the way before holding off the bid of the pocket-sitting Alluneedisfaith N (Mike Simons) to score by a half-length. Ideal Feeling (Rick Plano) was third, three lengths away, while Kinnder Jackson finished fourth. Real Peace picked up the nickel after a modest bid heading into the final turn. Rebellious, who got into a :26, :53.3 and 1:21.2 war in his last start on January 25 before exhaustion set in, was smartly given time extra time off to "clear his head" and came back and rewarded his faithful with his best performance since his return to South Florida in early December.   Said trainer Mike Deters, "He had an extremely tough trip in his last start so I decided to give him an extra week and turn him out to clear his head. He always seems to race very well off of a little freshen up time and he was really exceptional tonight. It was a superior effort and the fact that he dug in when it counted was really impressive in my eyes." Driver Hennessey merely echoed Deters' comments by simply saying, "He's just a very special horse!" The win was the 43rd in 116 career starts for Rebellious and sent his lifetime bounty to $334,706. Despite the three week respite, Rebellious was the 8 to 5 choice and paid $5.20 to win. In the $11,000 Open Handicap Trot, Born To Thrive, the gutsy eight year-old altered son of Swan For All, overcame his assigned outside post and won his third straight Open Handicap Trot, stopping the timer in a lifetime best 1:52.4--his previous 1:52.4 win over the larger Hoosier Park oval three seasons back. Born To Thrive used, virtually, the same tactics as in his previous two wins--away near the back of the pack and beginning his grind forward once the opening panel was completed. The 1 to 2 favorite, In Secret (David Miller), was second, a neck back of the winner, with Muscles For Life (Wally Hennessey) just another nose back in third in the "bang-bang" finish. Sooo Handsome, a stablemate of Born To Thrive, was fourth while The Lionking AS picked up the minor award, At the outset, an early battle developed as Muscles For Life left alertly to take charge only to yield to In Secret at the opener in :27.1. The latter then took the field to a :56 half as Born To Thrive reached fourth and kept grinding away through a picked up :28.1 third quarter to reach second around the final bend. Once they straightened away, the determined Born To Thrive kept gnawing away and just did get up a stride or two from the wire. After the event, Plano lamented, "He (Born To Thrive) is really good now. As you can see, the gets very determined once they straighten away for the wire. He doesn't mind the 'open air' at all and can stay outside all day long! "You know, he almost died last summer with kidney failure and was sidelined in the hospital for three or four weeks. The prognosis wasn't good at all but he came through that is as good as ever. "He's just a wonderful horse that's great to be around and a good reason to get up in the morning and go to work!" Plano trains Born To Thrive for Maryann Plano and John Campagnuolo and won for the 43rd time during a career where he has banked $435,122. Despite his two race win streak coming in, Born To Thrive was only third choice in the wagering at 9 to 2 and paid $11.80. Racing continues on Tuesday with free programs available on the isle casino racing website and yet another guaranteed pool--$20,000 --on the nightly Pick-4. Post time is set for 7:20 p.m. For full results, click here. by John Berry, for Pompano Park

Pompano Beach, FL...February 15, 2021...Pompano Park's annual pro-am team challenge for charity featuring harness racing greats Tim Tetrick and David Miller went down to the wire on Sunday night (February 14) with Team Tetrick ekeing out a "photo finish" win.. The four race competition featured Tetrick and Miller as captains of their respective teams with many of the finest amateur drivers in the sport benefitting New Vocations and the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The final tally was 85-83 with Joe Pennacchio's win with his trotting mare leaving the Miller team just two points short as the Tetrick team managed to finish 2-3 in the final event to barely protect their precarious lead going into the final leg. The four race event kicked off with MIller and Tetrick finishing one-two with Verdi D Em and General Jackson, respectively, Forbidden Song (Sky Walker-Team Tetrick) finished third as the first round ended in a 21-21 tie.   Verdi D Em, a 12 year-old gelded son of Neon Jiel, covered the mile in a season's best 1:56.3 for owner-trainer John Hallett to vault his career earnings to $349.336. The winner paid $9.20 as third choice in the betting and completed a David Miller Daily Double returning $26.60. In the second leg, Tim Tetrick sent Prince Of Minto ($11.20) zipping off the wings from the outside 8 post into the lead and that eight year-old son of Angus Hall never relinquished and scored in 1:57.3 for his initial win of the year for Leon Cable, who trains for owner David Jarvis. Cashahallic (Ron Cusimano-Team Tetrick)) was moved up to second on a disqualification while Fleet Cessna (Billy Muggleston-Team Miller) also improved a spot to be placed third. The Tetrick victory sent his team into a 49-35 lead after round two with that win putting Tim to within one win of 12,000 lifetime. In the third leg, Dein Spriggs, (Team Miller) with 479 career wins coming in, scored the triumph with his own Uva Hanover, ($11.60) a 10 year-old altered son of Cantab Hall, stopping the timer in 1:55. Glide In The Wind (David Miller) was left in his wake, six lengths back, with Santini (Steve Oldford-Team Tetrick) third. The classy Uva Hanover, trained by Allen Saul for Spriggs, vaulted his career bounty to $557,853. After round three. the score tightened with Team Tetrick holding an eight point lead--67-59. The final leg went to the bay mare named Grey ($7.00) for Joe Pennacchio (Team Miller) in a well-rated 1:56.1, a seasonal best. She blasted off the wings to take charge, opened with a :28.3 panel, got a breather to the :58.2 half, was confronted on the final bend (1:27.3) and used a :28.3 finale to hold off Big Boy Rosco (Sky Walker-Team Tetrick) by a neck. Tymal Tullo (Tim Tetrick) finished third with the final outcome resulting in that aforementioned 85-83 Team Tetrick win. Representatives for New Vocations and the Make-A-Wish Foundation were in the winner's circle as each charity received a $5,000 donation from the Florida Amateur Drivers Club, in cooperation with the U.S.T.A. The U.S.T.A. was also represented during the festivities with Mike Tanner and Wendy Ross, among others, in attendance with Tanner, in a winner's circle interview, remarking, "It's events and nights like this that make harness racing the grand sport that it still is. To be able to help great organizations like New Vocations and the Make-A-Wish Foundation through harness racing is absolutely outstanding and we are glad to be a small part of it. The Florida Amateur Driving Club deserves kudos for making this an annual tradition and it shows what gentlemen like David Miller and Tim Tetrick are--not only great horsemen but great individuals." Wagering for the program was, once again, over $1 million with the final total being $1,126,910 for the nine race program--the 13th time this season that handle has eclipsed $1 million with several near misses, as well. Racing continues on Monday with a 13 race bonanza featuring twin $30,000 guarantees on the two Pick-4 events encompassing races 6 through 9 and races 10 through 13. There is also a carryover in the Super Hi-5 finale of $8,236.47. Post time is set for 7:20 p.m. For full race results, click here. by John Berry, for Pompano Park  

Pompano Beach, FL...February 13...In what has become a valued annual tradition at Pompano Park, harness racing Hall of Fame drivers Tim Tetrick and David Miller will, once again, team up with many of the best amateur drivers in the sport in the 2021 edition of the Tetrick-Miller Challenge, benefiting New Vocations and the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The four race competition covers races two through five and adds a special flavor to the track's popular Pick-5 event, which features a $125,000 guaranteed pool beginning with the first race/ Miller and Tetrick have won a combined 25,205 races during their grand careers with owners benefiting to the tune of close to $500,000 million. The last leg of the competition--the fifth race--will also be a milestone for Miller as it will be 77,777th career drive. Reflecting on the importance of the competition, Miller related, "I have been most fortunate to be able to compete successfully in an industry I love so much. There are those children that have not been as fortunate as I and it's a great feeling to participate for the Make-A-Wish organization that does so much for the kids. It truly is an honor." Tetrick reflected, "New Vocations is a place that takes care of many of our great equine athletes after their racing days are over. These horses give us everything they have every time they go behind the (starting) gate and New Vocations gives everything they have to make sure they (horses) have the retirement they deserve." The event was created by the Florida Amateur Driving Club, that has donated well over $200,000 to worthwhile charitable charities since their inception as all drivers donate their earnings from purses to charity. The $125,000 guaranteed pool for the Pick-5 comes after a pair of long-shots, William Star at 54 to 1 and Just Don't Wait at 26 to 1, won back-to-back races on Thursday night's program capped by a photo finish in the finale preventing one bettor from a payoff of over $30,000. Sunday's program also features a carryover in the Pick-6 of $11,211.81 and a Super Hi-5 carryover of $3,918.23. Post time is 7:20 p.m. by John Berry, for Pompano Park    

Pompano Beach, FL...February 10...Lucky Artist A, confidently handled by Mike Simons, took top honors in Pompano Park's $11,500 Open I Handicap pace for mares on Tuesday night, stopping the timer in a lifetime best 1:51.1. The eight year-old daughter of Artistic Fella made a bold, first up bid on the backside, engaged in an all-out war with the favorite Crisp Mane (David Miller) during the final quarter and prevailed by a half-length over the latter on the wire, with the late charging Tempus Seelster (Joe Chindano, Jr.) just another nose back in third. Ask Me Ifi Care was next with Prairie Westerngal Gal picking up the nickel in the classy septet. As the wings folded, Tempus Seelster left sharply from her six post into a quick early lead with Crisp Mane, leaving from post seven, on the prowl and taking command at the opening panel in :27 with Prairie Westerngal third and Lucky Artist A next. Shortly after the half in a snappy :55.2, Simons tilted Lucky Artist A to the outside and sent her on a :26.4 backside blitz to engage Crisp Man in war at the third station in 1:23.1. In the lane, it was nip and tuck with Tempus Seelster also joining the fray in deep stretch with Lucky Artist emerging on top when it counted--on the wire.   In a post-race interview, Simons related, "This was the first time I drove this mare and I knew she had talent because she's been competitive in the top class before. On the backside, I thought 'if I sit too long, I'll get shuffled' so I gave her a chance to go and she was really strong. Pretty impressive that she gained during a very quick third quarter and she didn't give an inch. Very powerful performance, I would say." Trained by Jared Cooper for the Robert Cooper Stables, Lucky Artist A, approaching a milestone 100 starts--next one will be 100--won for the 20th time in her career sending her lifetime bounty to $140,936. As third choice in the wagering, Lucky Artist A paid $9.40 to win. In the $10,000 Open II Pace for mares, Casie's Believer, driven by Joe Chindano, Jr., used a backstretch surge from fourth into the lead at the final bend and went on to a win measuring 3 3/4 lengths in a lifetime best mile of 1:51.1. Jazzy Image (David Miller) was second while Take Abit Of Life (Mike Simons) closed fastest of all to finish third. Image Of ADream and Another Beach Day were next in the field of seven. Casie's Believer, a six year-old daughter of Betterthancheddar owned and trained by Chindano, earned her 15th career win--first this year--to send her lifetime bankroll to $108,234. As the 2 to 1 chalk, Casie's Believer paid $6.20 to win. Wally Hennessey had a driving triple of the Tuesday program with Trottin For Cash ($13.20), Glenferrie Blade A ($3.80) and Wild Nite Tina ($6.60) while David Miller and Corey Braden each had driving doubles on the card--MIller with Jaded Dream ($22.00) and She's Sporty A ($11.40) and Braden with Gold Star Igotdis ($4.80) and Steal My Thunder ($9.40). In another oddity of sorts, three Australian bred horses won back-to-back-to-back events--the aforementioned Glenferrie Blade A, Shes Sporty A and Lucky Artist A. Racing continues of Wednesday night with a $15,000 guaranteed pool on the Pick-4 and a Super Hi-5 carryover of $3,803.42 Post time is set for 7:20 p.m. by John Berry, for Pompano Park      

Pompano Beach, FL...February 9...Skip To My Lou, again superbly handled by 21 year-old Joe Chindano, Jr., took top honors in Pompano Park's $11,000 Open I Pace on Monday (February 8), scoring his third straight win in the top class, this time stopping the timer in 1:49. Not only was the clocking the fastest mile of the Pompano meeting thus far, it was the first sub-1:50 mile for young Chindano in his career. Skip To My Lou, the tiny five year-old gelded son of Sweet Lou, scored by a length-and-a-quarter over Prairie Panther (Wally Hennessey) with Seeing Eye Single (David Miller) third. Kinnder Jackson finished fourth in the sextet while Lyons Night Hawk picked up the nickel. The event had, literally, more than a handful of leaders during the mile with Kinnder Jackson leaving with alacrity only to give way to Southwind Amazon, also zipping off the wings and taking the field through a sizzling opening panel of :25.4. Shortly thereafter, Lyons Night Hawk surged to the front and took the field to the half in a dazzling :53.3 with Southwind Amazon out and driving again once they entered the backstretch. On the backside, Prairie Panther, fourth through the first half mile, marched up with a third quarter :27.2 binge of his own to take charge leaving Skip To My Lou, fifth halfway through, on a first up bid of his own and moving alongside the leader past the third station in 1:21.2. These two raced as a team until mid-stretch when Skip To My Lou surged past and on to victory.   After the race, a humble Chindano explained, "Wow! That was my fastest mile I ever drove--my first sub-1:50 mile. I sure didn't expect it, that's for sure. Early on, I was just content to let the others fight it out and, when I saw the half in :53.3, I thought I had a good chance to win. I wasn't thinking about 1:50 or anything like that, I was thinking my little guy could win. This was something I'll never forget!" For Skip To My Lou, owned and trained by Chindano, Jr., the win was the fourth in five starts, sending his 2021 bankroll to $23,070 and $135,151 career-wise. As the 2 to 1 favorite, Skip To My Lou paid $6.00 to win. The companion $11,000 Open Handicap Trot went to Born To Thrive for Rick Plano in 1:53.2. The rugged eight year-old gelded son of Swan For All, also trained by Plano for John Campagnuolo and Maryann Plano, assigned the outside post in his sextet, was away last in the field before beginning to grind forward just prior to the opening quarter and kept gnawing away the rest of the way before assuming command at mid-stretch and winning holding off stablemate Sooo Handsome (Dave Ingraham) by a half-length. The Lionking AS (Kevin Wallis) finished third after being in the garden spot most of the mile. Classicality finished fourth while Cantab Lindy, who cut fractions of :27.2, :56.2 and 1:24, finished fifth to pick up the final award. Born To Thrive sent his 2021 scorecard to 3-0-2 in six starts, good for earnings of $19,510. Lifetime, Born To Thrive now has 42 career victories and $429,622. Off at 8 to 5, Born To Thrive paid $5.20 to win. There were also a pair of $10,000 Open II events on the Monday card with Real Peace taking the pace and In Secret reporting home a winner in the trot--both driven by David Miller, who had a grand slam on the card. Real Peace, a six year-old altered son of Real Desire, led just about every long stride of his mile and scored in 1:50.2--sealing the deal with a pair of :27.2 panels after a :55.3 half. Stone Racer (Wally Hennessey) was second followed by the pocket-sitting Solo Story (Braxton Boyd). Let's Roll, closing fastest of all--:27--finished fourth while When You Dance picked up the minor award in the septet. Trained by Devan Miller for Sylvia Burke, Real Peace earned his 23rd career win--second this semester--to send his lifetime bankroll to $237,994. He paid $4.60 as the 6 to 5 tote-board favorite. In Secret, also trained by Devan Miller for Sylvia Burke, made a sharp quarter move to the top and pulled away to a three length win in 1:53.2. The nine year-old gelded son of Deweycheatumnhowe vaulted his career bankroll to $864,753 with his 42nd career success. EV's Girl (Joe Chindano, Jr.) was second with Gemologist (Andy Santeramo) third. Tech Titan and Bumblebzbuzz were next in the field of seven. In Secret, off at 1 to 2, paid $3.00 to his multitude of faithful. Miller also hit the winner's circle with the 11 year-old Feelin Lika Winner ($3.00), who scored in 1:52 for trainer Cassandra Uppal, who co-owns with Rebecca Uppal, and Unlikeanyother ($5.60), scoring handily in 1:51.3--that latter trained by Jake Huff for Carlo Angelillo, Christopher Cusimano, Jr. and Ron Cusimano. Finally, when Rockin Machine ($10.00) took the Super Hi-5 finale in a new lifetime mark of 1:51.1 for trainer-driver Rick Plano and owner Maryann Plano, it proved to be the key for a single 20 cent ticket payoff of $89,424.02 covering the 6-9-2-3-1 combination. Racing continues on Tuesday night with a $20,000 guaranteed pool the track's Pick-4. Post time is set for7:20 p.m. by John Berry, for Pompano Park

Pompano Beach, FL...February 6...For those harness racing devotees that aren't quite satisfied with just wings, cold beer, pretzels and chips, Pompano Park will host a special racing program on Sunday night (February 7). Director of Racing Gabe Prewitt explained, "We have had many requests to race on Super Bowl night and, since we always want to please the devoted members of the "Send-It-In" Army, we, of course, said 'yes.'" The nine race program features a Pick-4 guaranteed pool of $20,000, as well as a Super Hi-5 finale bursting at the seams with a carryover of $67,056.67 That event has a well matched field of nine with combined earnings of close to $2 million headlined by the $724,605 winner Rock On Moe. The 13 year-old warrior is approaching 50 lifetime wins. Trainer Dan Daley is expected to be in his sulky. Another veteran in the field is the 12 year-old Neptune, making his 2021 debut for 21 year-old owner-trainer-driver Joe Chindano, Jr. Post time for the Super Bowl Special program at Pompano Park is 7:20 p.m. by John Berry for Pompano Park  

Pompano Beach, FL...February 3, 2021...Crisp Mane, whose late surge last week fell a neck short at the wire, rallied in the final stages of the feature $11,000 harness racing event for mares on Tuesday at Pompano Park and took top honors, ironically, by a neck, for David Miller in 1:52.3. The talented five year-old daughter of Sportswriter turned the tables on Tempus Seelster (Joe Chindano, Jr.) this time around with Roll With Angel (Ken Holliday) third, 3¼ lengths away. Cult Icon finished fourth while Prairie Westerngal picked up the nickel in the septet. As the outset, Prairie Westerngal (Wally Hennessey) zipped off the wings from post 6 into an open lead early as Tempus Seelster, post four, also left with alacrity and forged her way to the front at the hot opener of :26.3 on this cold, windy night by South Florida standards. Crisp Mane was third at this point through a half in a rated :56.3. On the backside, Crisp Mane went first up to engage during a :27.2 third panel, reaching the saddle-pad of the leader past the third station in 1:24. Turning for home, Tempus Seelster appeared to put Crisp Mane away by sprinting away to a 1½ length lead at mid-stretch but Crisp Man kept gnawing away in the final stages to get up on the wire. Miller, reflecting on Crisp Mane's performance, said "it was a bit chilly for all of us out there and she was going some in that third quarter. We seemed to lose a bit of momentum on the turn but, once she straightened, she got rolling again and got there. She's tough and consistent!" Trained by Devan Miller for owner Sylvia Burke, Crisp Mane now has 13 career wins and $213,625 on her card. Crisp Mane Off as the favorite at 3 to 5, Crisp Mane paid $3.20 to her multitude of faithful. The $10,000 Open II for the mares went to Ask Me Ifi Care, confidently and perfectly handled by Mike Micallef. Ask Me Ifi Care scored handily by two lengths over Take Abit Of Life (Mike Simons) with Rockin Serena (Peter Wrenn) next. Casie's Believer and Rock N Roll Rosie were next with favored Image Of A Dream finished sixth. Ask Me Ifi Care, the six year-old daughter of Manhardt, dipping down a notch from the top class, changed strategy this time around as Micallef let Rockin Serena take charge early through an opening quarter in :28 with Micallef on the prowl and taking charge shortly thereafter. Rating Ask Me Ifi Care to a half in a leisurely :58, the leader repelled the looming threat of Take Abit Of Life with a :27.2 third panel before a :28.4 finale sealed the deal. Trained by Micallef, who co-owns with Geoff Howles, Ask Me Ifi Care won for the 23rd time in her 95 career starts with her lifetime earnings vaulting to $265,220 with the win. Off as fourth choice at 9 to 2, Ask Me Ifi Care paid $11.20 to win. Ask Me Ifi Care David Miller had a natural hat trick on the Tuesday program, winning the first three races while Wally Hennessey had a driving double. Also, 18 year-old Brett Beckwith, who got his first pari-mutuel win one week ago with Amarettigone at 5 to 1 odds, repeated that winning performance in a conditioned event for mares in what looked like a replay from last week as the seven year-old daughter of Real Desire used a :28.4 blitz home to score in 1:54.4. This time around, Amarettigone, trained by Melissa Beckwith for owner Olivia Derue, was 8 to 1 and paid $19.40 to win. Once again, handle for the 10 race program eclipsed $1,000,000 with the final total $1,052,717. Racing continues on Wednesday with a guaranteed pool on the Pick-4, a carryover in the Pick-6 and a Super Hi-5 finale with the jackpot now at $54,764.89. Post time is set for 7:20 p.m. by John Berry for Pompano Park                     John Berry | ASST RACE SECRTRY O 954-972-2000 777 Isle of Capri Cir. | Pompano Beach, FL 33069 www.caesars.com    

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