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New Dead Heat Trotting Mark

April 9, 2010:

In Friday’s $25,000 Preferred Handicap Trot at The Meadows, Diamond Hunter got the jump down the backside, but Rembrandt Spur gobbled up his lead in the lane. At the wire, the two were inseparable in 1:55.1, the fastest trotting dead heat ever on a 5/8-mile track...read on

Claimer Five Weeks Ago, Track Record Today

April 7, 2010:

Chips And Wings, a conditioned claimer only five weeks ago, used his early speed to secure the pocket, then powered home Wednesday to score in 1:54.1, equaling The Meadows’ track record for four-year-old trotting stallions...read on

Meadows Fined $20,000

April 7, 2010:

On Wednesday, April 7, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board announced that it had fined the Washington Trotting Association, operator of the Meadows Racetrack...read on

Valentowner Shocks In Preferred Pace

April 6, 2010:

Trailing by as much as thirteen lengths, Valentowner was widest and fastest of all through the lane as he pulled off a 26-1 shocker in Tuesday’s $25,000 Preferred...read on

Threepeat For Autumn Magic

April 5, 2010:

Taking a page from her own book, Autumn Magic sprinted to the lead, controlled the fractions and held on late to capture her third straight in Monday’s $25,000 Filly & Mare Preferred Handicap Pace at The Meadows...read on

Quarter Mile Sweep For O Lucky Me

April 2, 2010:

O Lucky Me flashed brilliant speed winning the first two legs of the Quarter Mile Pace, and she showed more of that front-end determination to win Friday’s $24,000 final...read on

Double Trouble Final To RT Sun Poco

April 1, 2010:

Sporting earplugs for the first time, RT Sun Poco powered to the front from post eight and proved unassailable on the lead as she captured Wednesday’s $25,000 final of the Double Trouble Series at The Meadows...read on

Expensive Toy Wins Wheel Of Fortune

March 30, 2010:

Expensive Toy found the Lightning Lane just in time, charging through to erase a two-length deficit and capture Tuesday’s $25,600 final of the Wheel of Fortune Series...read on

Global Winner K No Longer A Maiden

March 29, 2010:

Global Winner K, an 18-race maiden entering Monday’s final of the Triple Diamond, picked an opportune time to get his act together, as he captured the $28,200 event...read on

O Lucky Me Repeats In Meadows Series

March 26, 2010:

O Lucky Me powered to the front and overwhelmed a good field Friday at The Meadows, capturing her second straight $15,000 leg in the Quarter Mile, a series for three- and four-year-old pacing fillies and mares...read on

'Gaylewinds' Breezes To Second Straight Series Win

March 24, 2010:

Gaylewinds NY breezed to the front past the quarter and drew off late to capture her second straight in the Double Trouble, a series for three- and four-year-old filly and mare trotters, Wednesday at The Meadows...read on

Brett Miller Notches 5,000th Win

March 23, 2010:

Driver Brett Miller entered the Tuesday program at The Meadows needing five wins to accomplish a major milestone, and he came through with a six-win performance...read on

Wheel Of Fortune Continues

March 23, 2010:

Double Dribble did a double take at the top of the lane, didn’t like what he saw outside and bounced into the Lightning Lane to capture a division of the Wheel Of Fortune...read on

Triple Diamond Continues At The Meadows

March 22, 2010:

Chip Chip Mac made a confident quarter-pole move to the lead for Tony Hall, then hung on in the stretch to capture a division of the Triple Diamond Series...read on

O Lucky Me Draws First Blood

March 19, 2010:

Fresh off a second-place finish in the Hopeful final, a sharp O Lucky Me overcame post nine and captured Friday’s $15,000 opening leg of the Quarter Mile at The Meadows...read on


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