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There's good news for the fans of horse racing and auto racing as New York will open the events to spectators beginning April 23, Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday said. The move will first pave the way for the meet at Belmont Racetrack to begin later this month. Upstate, this will allow racing to take place at Saratoga as well as at Watkins Glen. Spectators will be limited to 20% of capacity at the outdoor venues in line with other sporting events in New York, Cuomo said. Horse and auto racing events barred fans from attending in person last year during the COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, the 11 p.m. bar and restaurant curfew will be extended to midnight starting next Monday. by Nick Reisman for the City of Albany

Macheasy A (Mach Three) made it look easy winning for the second consecutive Tuesday afternoon at Saratoga Casino Hotel. The Rob Harmon trainee came to the Spa for the first time last week with two harness racing wins to his credit in 2021 but with no evidence that he could thrive in an Open Pace. The eight year old pacer proved otherwise last week when he parlayed a pocket ride to victory with Jay Randall at the controls. This Tuesday, Macheasy A once again got a two-hole trip behind a Jackie Greene-trained pacer. Moonshine Kisses (Billy Dobson) raced against top-flight competition at Yonkers this winter and spring and wound up going off at even money in the wagering in his return to the Spa. Moonshine Kisses cut the mile and set fast fractions on the engine on Tuesday before having Macheasy A cruise past him in the stretch. Macheasy A, who was the public's 3-5 betting favorite, stopped the timer in a 2021 Saratoga-best 1:51.3 in his second straight win in the $11,000 Open for pacers with Randall in the sulky. MACHEASY A REPLAY   The back-to-back Open champ is owned by the Harmon Racing Stable of Milford, PA. The exacta in the five-horse feature paid a chalky $3.90 while the triple with Olde Broadside (Alek Chartrand) third returned $12.60. Live racing continues on Wednesday afternoon at Saratoga with a first post set for Noon. For full race results, click here. by Mike Sardella, for Saratoga Raceway

Gruden (Muscles Yankee) scored for the second consecutive week in the Open Trot at Saratoga Casino Hotel on Monday afternoon. Harness racing driver Billy Dobson pilots the Monica Krist-trained trotter and wasted no time moving him to the front in this week's $12,000 feature. Enjoying comfortable fractions on the engine, Gruden didn't face much of a threat before powering away to win in 1:57.3 while the favorite at odds of 4-5. Stone In Love (Brian Cross), who finished third in last week's Open, sat the pocket to the winner on Monday and finished second. Local legend Cash Me Out (Phil Fluet) had to settle for the show spot. GRUDEN REPLAY   Gruden, who has been a picture of consistency at the Spa early on in the campaign, has now vaulted himself towards the top of the group of local trotters after his second consecutive score in the Open. For the second straight week, Dobson piloted Krist trainees Gruden and Lazzaro to Monday scores. Both trotters are owned by Rick Dobson of Howell, Michigan. The win completed a natural hat trick for Billy Dobson who piloted three straight winners on the card. Gruden took the bulk of the public's money in the wagering this week despite the fact that Cash Me Out was back in town to compete. The exacta in the six-horse feature paid $9.70 and the triple with Cash Me Out third came back $19.80. Live racing continues on Tuesday afternoon starting at Noon. For full race results, click here. by Mike Sardella, for Saratoga Raceway

Harness racing owners Chris and Dale Lawton have thrived in the ladies' features in the early stages of the 2021 racing season at Saratoga Casino Hotel. The Central New York-based ownership team owns both top-flight mares Racine Bell and Surreal Feeling. Over the course of the last three Wednesdays at the Spa, those distaffers have recorded victories in a trio of features. Racine Bell, who is trained by Dave Dewhurst, won the local Open on March 17 when she scored with Brian Cross in the sulky. Surreal Feeling (So Surreal) has always enjoyed success at the Spa and the Dale Lawton trainee returned to town last Wednesday (March 31th) to compete in the $10,000 Winners Over for pacing mares. She had little difficultly going wire-to-wire in that one with Jimmy Devaux at the controls. This week, the six year old was assigned post six in the six-horse feature for the ladies but wasted no time moving out to the early lead. Surreal Feeling was hounded throughout the entire second-half of the mile by rival Berazzled (Billy Dobson) who was making her debut in the local Open but held strong in the stretch to prevail in a win photo scoring in 1:54 in the feature. SURREAL FEELING REPLAY   For Surreal Feeling, it was victory number 24 in 71 lifetime starts. Berazzled was a strong second while Thats Incredible (Jay Randall) finished third. The exacta and triple in the feature paid $8.90 and $27.20, respectively, with the 1-5 favorite on top. The win in the feature was one of three on the card for Jimmy Devaux who currently sits third in the driver standings for the '21 season. Live racing resumes on Monday afternoon at Saratoga with a first post time of Noon. For full race results, click here. by Mike Sardella, for Saratoga Raceway  

Out of town trainer Rob Harmon only brings a handful of harness racing horses to Saratoga Casino Hotel to compete. Usually when he does, it is Open participants that come to town for the veteran conditioner. On Tuesday, Harmon's Macheasy A (Mach Three) made his Spa debut and drew post four in the $11,000 Open for pacers. Jay Randall catch-drove Macheasy A who went off at odds of 4-1 in his local debut. The invader got a pocket trip behind last week's Open winner Artful Way (Billy Dobson) and rode that one's coattails in a first half paced in 56.3. Artful Way worked hard in the early stages of the feature but did get to back things down a bit in the middle half before being met with the challenge of Macheasy A around the final turn. When Randall asked Macheasy A for his best, the eight year old pacer made it look easy and powered past the leader to assume command and draw off before recording his first Spa victory in a mile clocked in 1:53.1. MACHEASY A REPLAY   Macheasy A paid $10.80 to win and led an exacta with Artful Way second that came back $34.60. Lord Willoughby A (Larry Stalbaum) finished third and rounded out a $153 triple. Macheasy A, who is owned by the Harmon Racing Stable of Milford, PA is the second Open winner of the young season at the Spa for trainer Rob Harmon whose Robyn Camden prevailed during opening week of the 2021 campaign in the Fillies and Mares Open. Trainer Gary Levine's stable starred on Tuesday afternoon as well as the meet's leading conditioner added three wins to his tally. Live racing continues on Wednesday at Saratoga with a matinee kicking off at Noon. For full race results, click here. by Mike Sardella, for Saratoga Raceway  

The Monica Krist stable had two horses in on harness racing trotting day at Saratoga Casino Hotel on Monday afternoon. Gruden (Muscles Yankee) led the charge from her stable and was the public's 8-5 betting favorite in the matinee's $12,000 Open Trot. Gruden got the pocket trip behind Gigfy (Alek Chartrand), a razor-sharp trotter who was aggressive in the feature and did prove up to the task. Gigfy cut the mile but was hounded throughout, parking out a rival in a first half that was clocked in 56.2. All the while, Gruden was in behind the dueling leaders and when he got clearance after three quarters in 1:26, popped the pocket and cruised past Gigfy before drawing away in the stretch. Billy Dobson piloted Gruden to the better than four-length victory in the feature. Gruden paid $5.40 to win and led an exacta with Gigfy second that came back $26. Stone In Love (Brian Cross) made a break behind the gate but rallied late to finish third and complete a $69.50 triple. GRUDEN REPLAY   The win for Gruden was one of two on the day for his connections. Owner Rick Dobson, of Howell, MI, had a double as his Lazzaro (Explosive Matter) was a repeat winner earlier in the card in a $6,600 trotting event for Krist with leading driver Billy Dobson in the sulky. Live racing continues on Tuesday afternoon at Saratoga with a first post time set for Noon. For full race results, click here. by Mike Sardella, for Saratoga Raceway  

There are two things that the harnes racing pacing mare Surreal Feeling (So Surreal) seems to really like. The six year old loves to win and she loves Saratoga Casino Hotel. On Wednesday, those two things came together and the Dale Lawton-trained distaffer recorded a wire-to-wire win in the $10,000 featured race for fillies and mares. Surreal Feeling came to town off a career-best victory last week at Pocono Downs where she romped in 1:51.1, a new lifetime mark. This Wednesday, the mare who has won a local Open in each of the last two seasons worked hard early showcasing her speed in a 27.2 first quarter. From there, she didn't face much of a challenge in a half of 57.2 before clicking off three-quarters in 1:25.4. Driver Jimmy Devaux asked the classy mare for her best around the final turn and though rival Pammy Jo (Shawn Gray) made progress in the stretch, the chase was futile. Surreal Feeling stopped the timer in 1:54.2 to record what was her 23rd win in 70 career starts. SURREAL FEELING REPLAY   The 2-5 betting favorite, Surreal Feeling led an exacta with Pammy Jo second that returned $8.40. Longshot Thats Incredible (Billy Dobson) finished third to round out a $41.40 triple in the six-horse feature for the ladies. Trainer Dale Lawton co-owns Surreal Feeling with Chris Lawton of Vernon, NY. Live racing resumes on Monday afternoon at Saratoga and will feature a growing jackpot in the Jackpot Pick 6. The Pick 6 jackpot is up to $7,534 and will be awarded to whoever holds the unique pick 6 ticket that day. If no one is the lone winner, a portion of the pool will be paid out to anyone who hit the pick 6 and the remainder will go to the jackpot as that continues to build. First post time on Monday is set for noon. For full race results, click here. by Mike Sardella, for Saratoga Raceway  

There has been no horse that has enjoyed as much success at Saratoga Casino Hotel in the last five years as Artful Way. The Jackie Greene-trained pacer piled up awards last decade for Pacer of the Year and Horse of the Year while the dominant force in the local Open Pace. Owned by the Kellogg Racing Stables of Queensbury, NY, Artful Way (Artistic Fella) was lightly raced last season after suffering an injury but scored a couple of victories while competing throughout the wintertime at Yonkers Raceway. On Tuesday afternoon, Artful Way was back in town and back into the Open Pace where he drew post three in the six-horse feature. Billy Dobson piloted the nine year old stalwart who was dismissed at odds of 9-1. Dobson sat back patiently in a first half that went in a fast 55.3. The favored Some Waratah A (Greg Merton) came first over approaching the three-quarter pole before powering past the leader in three quarters of 1:24. All the while, Artful Way took up the chase and followed the move of the favorite before gunning him down in the final strides to secure his first Open win of the year in his first try in the $12,000 feature. ARTFUL WAY REPLAY   Paying $21.20 to win is something that would have never happened in previous seasons for Artful Way who led an exacta with Some Waratah A second that returned $59. Invader Kerford Road A (Jay Randall) closed to finish third and rounded out a $261.50 triple. For Artful Way, it was win number 61 in 163 career starts for the Greene stable star. Dobson became the sixth different driver to win an Open in the six installments of features in the young season at the Spa. Live racing continues on Wednesday at Saratoga with first post time set for Noon. For full race results, click here. by Mike Sardella, for Saratoga Raceway  

Winning harness racing open events is something Cash Me Out (Cash Hall) has pretty much always done. The Kyle Spagnola trainee won the Open Trot nine times in his 2019 Horse of the Year campaign at Saratoga Casino Hotel before adding another three local Opens to his tally in the '20 season. It only made sense that in the first Open Trot contested this year that Cash Me Out prevailed on Monday afternoon. Driver Phil Fluet piloted the veteran trotter who cruised to victory on opening day of the meet (March 1st) when in a conditional race. In the season's first installment of the $11,000 Open Trot on the season, Cash Me Out was the public's 4-5 betting favorite while assigned post six in the six-horse feature. The post didn't bother the millionaire trotter who marched out to the early lead and just cruised once he got there. When it was all said and done, Cash Me Out stopped the timer in 1:58.1 on a windy afternoon in Saratoga to record his first Open score of the year in what was his 60th lifetime win. CASH ME OUT REPLAY   The local star is owned by Mike Traylor of Ballston Spa, NY. Longshot Yonkers invader Freddie Mac (Jay Randall) sat the pocket to the winner and finished second to complete a generous $68.00 exacta while Gruden (Billy Dobson) came up third-best to complete a $198.50 triple. The victory was one of two on the day for Spagnola whose If Not Why Not (Muscle Mass) also made good as an odds-on favorite on Monday, cruising to a wire-to-wire win in a $6,450 trotting event with driver Brett Crawford at the controls. Live racing continues on Tuesday afternoon at Saratoga with a first post time set for Noon. For full race results, click here. by Mike Sardella, for Saratoga Raceway

The ladies take center stage at Saratoga Casino Hotel every Wednesday afternoon and while there was no Open for fillies and mares contested this week, the matinee's featured race did wind up with a harness racing stretch duel between two distaffers who between them have almost a million dollars in career earnings. Invader Certified Ideal (Western Ideal) came to town for trainer Sheena Mcelhiney and drew post seven in the $7,200 featured race for pacing mares. Though the eleven year old has piled up over $700,000 in earnings over the course of her illustrious career, Certified Ideal hasn't had a big winning way about her in the last couple of years. Reinsman Shawn Gray sat behind the veteran who ten days ago won for the first time since 2019 when she went coast-to-coast at Pocono Downs. In that start, the classy mare displayed early speed and powered away from her rivals while on the engine. Gray attempted a similar plan on Wednesday with Certified Ideal who was pointed right out to the early lead in her return to Saratoga. The veteran laid down fast fractions, reaching the half in 56 seconds before checking-in at three quarters in 1:25.2. Certified Ideal finished the job, stopping the timer in 1:55.3 to record her second victory of the season. CERTIFIED IDEAL REPLAY   The race's favorite Glenferrie Blade A (Mark Beckwith) got the pocket trip behind the winner and stuck with her for most of the mile before turning for home where Certified Ideal busted it wide open. Glenferrie Blade A wound up as the runner-up while Misty Memory N (Jimmy Devaux) earned the show spot for the fourth consecutive week in her four local tries. Certified Ideal was dismissed at odds of 12-1 paying $26.80 to win and leading an exacta and triple that returned $78.50 and $214.50, respectively. Live racing resumes on Monday afternoon (March 29) at Saratoga with first post set for Noon. For full race results, click here. by Mike Sardella, for Saratoga Raceway  

Crockets Cullen N (Christian Cullen) was the 2019 Pacer of the Year at Saratoga Casino Hotel and would have likely taken home those same honors had there been awards given out last year. The now ten year old standout, who is owned, trained and driven by Larry Stalbaum, was the runner-up in his first two local Open Pace starts this season. On Tuesday afternoon, with no Open on the docket, the feature was a $8,500 pacing event in which Crockets Cullen N went off as the 3-5 betting favorite. Stalbaum moved his stable star out to the early lead and just let him roll. The veteran pacer went to the quarter in 27.2 before traveling unopposed to the half in 55.2. At that point, Crockets Cullen N shifted gears yet again and powered away from his rivals before checking in at three-quarters in 1:22.4. The favorite made good in the feature, stopping the timer in 1:52.2 for the fastest mile of the young season at the Spa. CROCKETS CULLEN N REPLAY   Sports Obsession (Jimmy Devaux) came into the race on a three-race win streak and again was terrific, finishing second to the favorite to complete a $7.10 exacta. Wyatt J (Mark Beckwith), who like Crockets Cullen N dropped out of the Open, closed to finish third and rounded out a $56 triple. The winningest horse in the Saratoga Open Pace in the past two seasons recorded his first local victory of the campaign on Tuesday which was his second win overall in 2021 as he cruised to front-running score at Yonkers in January. Live racing continues on Wednesday afternoon at Saratoga with a first post set for noon. For full race results, click here. by Mike Sardella, for Saratoga Raceway  

There have been few hotter barns in the first month of the racing season at Saratoga Casino Hotel than that of harness racing trainer Margaret Spagnola. Defending top trainer Gary Levine leads the way in the early going of 2021 among conditioners but Spagnola hasn't been far behind in the first few weeks of the campaign. On Monday, Spagnola's barn stayed hot as the trotters from her stable shined. Match My Miracle (Imagistic) went coast-to-coast in a $6,150 trotting event to extend his win streak to three on Monday. Brett Crawford is the regular pilot for most of the Spagnola-trained horses and sat behind Match My Miracle as he set a new lifetime mark in his resounding, wire-to-wire victory on an afternoon in Saratoga that actually felt like springtime. Match My Miracle, who is owned by Dave Spagnola and the Our Blue Streaks Stable of NY, had a strong 2020 season that saw him win six races and hit the board eleven times in eighteen starts. Here in '21, the five year old gelding is now three-for-three after his 1:57.3 career best score that came as the public's odds-on favorite. MATCH MY MIRACLE REPLAY   Longshot Lazzaro (Billy Dobson) closed to finish second while Sweet Sofie T (Jimmy Devaux) earned the show spot. Another Spagnola-trained trotter, Amazing Sevens, almost went back-to-back with Match My Miracle on Monday as he got tracked down late in the mile in a $7,700 trotting race to finish a strong second while dismissed at odds of 9-1 as the hot start for the Spagnola stable continued. Live racing continues on Tuesday afternoon with a matinee kicking off at Noon. For full race results, click here. by Mike Sardella, for Saratoga Raceway  

SPECTRUM NEWS REPORTS that the 80th season of harness racing in Saratoga Springs opened on Monday, March 1. Depending on where negotiations end up in the state budget, this season could be harness racing’s last in the Spa City. In a surprising move, Governor Andrew Cuomo included a provision in his executive budget that, if passed, will allow Rivers Casino & Resort Schenectady to stop purse support payments to the Saratoga Harness Horseperson’s Association (SHHA) until six months after all pandemic restrictions have been lifted. The provision is considered a surprise because it has no bearing on state tax revenue. According to Assemblymember Carrie Woerner, the proposal renders the SHHA inoperable, and “there would no longer be harness racing in Saratoga Springs.” “I have deep concerns that what has been proposed in the governor’s budget, what has been termed a sweetheart deal for Rivers Casino, would in fact make all of this impossible,” she said. Carrie Woerner Purse support payments were negotiated in 2013. The law requires that upstate casinos ensure that harness track revenues are what they were at the time the law was signed. The money in question goes into a purse account, which is used for the benefit of the SHHA. It pays for purses – the money that owners race for – as well as operational expenses like track maintenance. The money from the fund also pays for members’ health insurance, drivers, and groomers. Anyone who is a member of SHHA can participate in the association’s health insurance plan. By a quirk of fate, all of the upstate casinos are affiliated with harness tracks, except Rivers. Because of that, Rivers only pays a portion of what, for example, the Saratoga Casino & Raceway pays. The Rivers Casino emailed the following to Capital Tonight in response to a request: Rivers Casino was in a precarious economic situation prior to the pandemic and is now in far worse shape because of the six-month shutdown and current COVID-19 restrictions, including the state-mandated 25% operating capacity and limited hours (6 a.m. – 11 p.m. daily). The gaming statute NEVER intended to place a struggling Rivers Casino on the hook to make up revenue declines at Saratoga Casino and Raceway caused by an unforeseen catastrophe like the COVID-19 pandemic, or a lack of performance at Saratoga. The budget proposal eliminates the windfall to Saratoga Casino and Raceway. Rush Street Gaming, which owns Rivers, hasn’t paid its share to the Saratoga Harness Horseman’s Association since January of 2020, before the pandemic officially hit New York. Rivers is open, though at partial capacity. The governor’s proposal reportedly requires Rivers to pay its first quarter payment of $825,000.  “If and when the governor's proposal is enacted, we'll comply. The proposal gives Rivers time to come up with the money and regain some financial footing.” There is some apparent thawing of the ice. As of this afternoon, the SHHA and Rush Street Gaming had agreed to sit down and negotiate. If the two parties don’t come to an agreement, the fate of harness racing in Saratoga could be left up to the parties negotiating a state budget. While the Assembly’s one-house budget bill doesn’t include the governor’s provision, the Senate’s bill does, with a small change: Instead of purse payments being delayed until six months after all pandemic restrictions are lifted, they would be delayed three months. Statement from Rivers Casino: "Rivers Casino was in a precarious economic situation prior to the pandemic and is now in far worse shape because of the six-month shutdown and current COVID-19 restrictions, including the state-mandated 25% operating capacity and limited hours (6 a.m. – 11 p.m. daily). "Rivers Casino is the ONLY casino which does not own or operate a track that is obligated to subsidize a harness track. The gaming statute NEVER intended to place a struggling Rivers Casino on the hook to make up revenue declines at Saratoga Casino and Raceway caused by an unforeseen catastrophe like the COVID-19 pandemic, or a lack of performance at Saratoga. "The budget proposal eliminates the windfall to Saratoga Casino and Raceway. Our top priority at Rivers is the economic viability of Schenectady and the well-being and job stability of our 1,000 team members, a significant amount of whom are from underserved and minority communities. The pandemic presents an unprecedented economic disaster to the city of Schenectady and the state of New York, and Rivers looks forward to being part of the plan to help revitalize the city during its recovery." Reprinted with permission from Spectrum News

Some Waratah A (Somebeachsomewhere) put up the fastest mile of the young harness racing season at Saratoga Casino Hotel when on Tuesday, he went coast-to-coast to prevail in his local debut. Driver Greg Merton piloted the Amanda Kelley trainee and moved the 4-5 betting favorite to the top in the $12,000 featured Open Pace. Some Waratah A came from Australia this winter and debuted for the Scheigert Racing Stable, of Saratoga Springs, at Yonkers in February. He rattled off back-to-back jacks downstate including a win in the Open Pace. In Tuesday's feature, the seven year old set fast fractions throughout but looked every bit the part before stopping the timer in 1:53, the fastest time of the young meet at the Spa. Some Waratah A was briefly met with the challenge of last week's Open winner Walkinshaw N (Jimmy Devaux) before turning that one away in mid-stretch. Pocket sitter Crockets Cullen N (Larry Stalbaum) wound up finishing second while Walkinshaw N held third.   Some Waratah N, who paid $3.90 to win in his local debut, was one of two winners on the card for Merton, Kelley and the Scheigert Racing Stable who teamed up for a victory in a $6,150 pacing event with Nagle (Dali). Live racing resumes on Wednesday afternoon at Saratoga with a matinee that kicks off at Noon. For full race results, click here. by Mike Sardella, for Saratoga Raceway  

Gigfy (Broadway Hall) competed in the Open Trot on a few occasions last year at Saratoga Casino Hotel and while he didn't fare well at that level, he is thriving in the early stages of the 2021 harness racing campaign at the Spa. Brian Mattison trains the seven year old trotter who recorded a win at the Meadowlands this winter after being lightly raced in the '20 season. Last Monday (March 8), Gigfy dropped in class and went coast-to-coast in 1:57.3 for a decisive victory with Alek Chartrand in the bike. This week, looking to repeat, Gigfy drew post seven in a nine-horse field in the matinee's $7,700 featured race. Chartrand was aggressive in the early stages with the sharp trotter and forwardly placed him at the start. Afterthe race's favorite Stone In Love (Brian Cross) surged first-over into the lead, Gigfy followed not far behind and took dead aim on the public's even money top choice around the final turn before reeling him in to score at odds of 4-1.   Gigfy stopped the timer in 1:57.2 on a cold, breezy afternoon in Saratoga to go back-to-back. Stone In Love finished second to complete a $28.80 exacta. If Not Why Not (Brett Crawford) rounded out what was a $191 triple. Gigfy is owned by Gerald D'Alessandro of Ocala, FL and Bridgette Mattison of Watervliet, NY. Live racing continues on Tuesday afternoon at Saratoga with a Noon first post. For full results, click here. by Mike Sardella, for Saratoga Raceway

Racine Bell (So Surreal) has been a winning machine over the course of her young harness racing career. The Dave Dewhurst trainee was a New York Sire Stakes star in her first two racing seasons, amassing over $285,000 in earnings in her two and three-year-old campaigns. The talented mare made her 2021 debut at Saratoga Casino Hotel last Wednesday (March 3) in the Fillies and Mares Open and finished a solid third. This week, Racine Bell was the public's even money favorite in the $10,000 Winners Over for distaffers, and reinsman Brian Cross moved the talented mare right out to the early lead in the five-horse feature. Racine Bell clicked off a first half in 57.2 before powering away from her rivals behind a 27.4 third quarter to open up an insurmountable lead. The four-year-old stopped the timer in 1:54 for her first victory of the year and her 11th in 27 lifetime starts. Pammy Jo (Shawn Gray), the runner-up in last week's Open, came up second-best once again. Bontz N (Billy Dobson) finished third.       Racine Bell accounted for one of two wins on the card for her owners Chris and Dale Lawton of New York and trainer Dave Dewhurst who also teamed up for a victory with young trotter Me Three (Chapter Seven), who broke her maiden on Wednesday with Jimmy Devaux in the sulky. Live racing resumes next Monday (Mar. 15) afternoon with jackpots continuing to build in the Jackpot Pick 6 and Jackpot Super High 5. The Pick 6 jackpot currently sits at $2,569 while the Super High 5 jackpot is at $3,068. For full race results, click here. by Mike Sardella, for Yonkers Raceway  

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