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Streak Ends At 10 For Hes Mine Stratto

Published: November 21, 2008 8:44 pm ET

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The win streak for the game seven-year-old gelding Hes Mine Stratto ended at 10 Friday at The Meadows when he fell a nose short in a $15,000 claiming trot.

Pathway Dot Com shot through the “Lightning Lane” on the “good” track to score in 1:59.2.

When he began the streak, Hes Mine Stratto was racing in $5,000 claimers, the bottom at The Meadows. Nearly all the victories for the son of Striking Sahbra - Name It Something came on the front end or after quarter-pole moves. The streak is thought to be the longest in the history of The Meadows that was not interrupted by races at other tracks.

Aaron Merriman piloted Pathway Dot Com, a five-year-old gelded son of Pathway To Victory - Shawland Hoot, for trainer John Melsheimer and owners Mel Rose Stable and Karen McGraw. Dave Palone drove Hes Mine Stratto for trainer Mario LaBrasca and owner Thomas Oliver.

(The Meadows)


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