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All Eyes On De Los Cielos Deo

August 13, 2018:

When trainer Ron Burke confided to longtime owner Mark Weaver at the 2017 Lexington Selected Yearling Sale that De Los Cielos Deo was his top-rated colt in the auction, Weaver thought he had a pretty good idea what was coming....read on

‘Latissimus’ Sweeps Stallion Series Legs

August 13, 2018:

Latissimus Hanover extended his domination of the Pennsylvania Stallion Series, rolling to his fourth straight series win and completing his sweep of the preliminary legs Monday at The Meadows....read on

Meadows Doubles Pick 5 Guarantee

August 12, 2018:

The Meadows Racetrack & Casino has doubled — to $10,000 — the total-pool guarantee for its Monday, Aug. 13 Pick 5 wager as part of the United States Trotting Association's Strategic Wagering Initiative.

While $5,000 Pick 5 guarantees are offered each card, The Meadows sweetened the pot when Saturday’s Pick 5 was uncovered, resulting in a carryover of $2,761.07....read on

Freshman Showdown Looms In PA

August 11, 2018:

Thanks to the luck of the draw, Prospect Hill and Demon Onthe Hill never have met in Pennsylvania Sires Stakes competition. Now, with one preliminary leg remaining, the two are on the road to a heavyweight clash in the championship....read on

Melander On Muscle Hill Colts

August 9, 2018:

“His size doesn’t seem to matter. He grows on the track. I think he’s the real deal," Marcus Melander said of trainee Demon Onthe Hill, who seeks a third straight Pennsylvania Sire Stakes (PASS) win on Saturday (Aug. 11) at The Meadows....read on

Final Answer Breaks Maiden At Meadows

August 8, 2018:

Parked every step, Final Answer still found more in the stretch and collected a maiden-breaking victory in Wednesday’s (Aug. 8) $100,000 Pennsylvania Stallion Series stakes at The Meadows....read on

‘Storm’ With Stallion Series Hat Trick

August 6, 2018:

Southwind Storm captured her third straight Pennsylvania Stallion Series split Monday at The Meadows, a facile victory in which she was never cut loose....read on

Looking To Climb Class Ladder Again

August 2, 2018:

When the Four Seasons released their hit ‘Working My Way Back to You,’ they probably didn’t have Lincolnjames in mind. Although, the seven-year-old gelding might be using that song for inspiration....read on

Streak Goes On For Barn Girl

August 1, 2018:

It was another day at the office for Barn Girl, as she rolled to her 11th victory in 15 starts this season in Wednesday’s (Aug. 1) $20,000 Fillies and Mares Preferred Handicap Trot at The Meadows. Barn Girl has finished first or second in each of those 15 outings....read on

Lakeisha Hall Nabs Meadows Preferred

July 31, 2018:

Lakeisha Hall zipped to the front from post six and powered to victory — her second straight and fourth in the last six — in the $18,000 Filly & Mare Preferred Handicap Pace Tuesday, July 31 at The Meadows....read on

Classicality Claims Victory At Meadows

July 30, 2018:

Stuck in an uncharacteristic seven-race losing streak, Classicality changed tactics and snapped his skid with a rallying victory in the $18,000 Preferred Handicap Trot at The Meadows Monday, July 30....read on

'Candygirl' Calms, Rips In Adioo Volo

July 28, 2018:

Not as dominant at three as she was last year, Youaremycandygirl regrouped with a change in strategy to win at The Meadows on Saturday, July 28 in one of the three $121,000 divisions of the Quinton Patterson Adioo Volo....read on

Sonnet Grace Stays Undefeated In Arden

July 27, 2018:

Sonnet Grace extended her career unbeaten streak to four when she blew away the field in 1:56.2 — matching her own national season’s mark — in Friday’s $60,800 Arden Downs Stakes at The Meadows....read on

Adios Card Guaranteed Pool Info

July 27, 2018:

A new champion will earn the blanket of orchids by winning Saturday’s $400,000 final of the Delvin Miller Adios Pace for the Orchids at The Meadows, and players can take advantage of opportunities for big earnings as well....read on

Alagna Discusses American History

July 26, 2018:

“His best trip, the best trip for most horses, is to leave, sit and come with cover. He has quick speed and can carry it a long way. As long as he doesn’t have to scorch out fractions that are too unkind for him, he can do it from any trip.”...read on


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