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Trotting Fillies Impress In PASS

Published: May 8, 2014 8:16 pm ET

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Three divisions of Pennsylvania Sire Stakes races featuring three-year-old filly trotters were contested Thursday afternoon at Harrah's Philadelphia.

The first division went to Katz and Libfeld's Designed To Be. The daughter of Donato Hanover quarter-pole moved past early leader Global Magic and never looked back. She went on to trot the mile in 1:55 for trainer Julie Miller and driver Brian Sears. Designed To Be notched her fifth career victory out of nine starts and she pushed her career earnings over the $300,000 mark.

The second division was conquered by five-time winner Steppin Out. She grabbed the early pocket spot, pulling before the half and holding steady over a closing Explosive Victory in 1:57.2. Steppin Out is a daughter of Yankee Glide out of the Andover Hall mare Quantum Darling. She is owned by Glat Kosher Racing and trained by Chas Norris.

The third division was won in a thrilling stretch duel by Harley Momma. Harley Momma came up the open stretch to outnod favourite Take The Money in the final strides in a time of 1:54.2. Harley Momma now has won three of her last four and now has earnings well over $100,000. She is owned by Harbor Racing Stable, trained by Jim Raymer, and driven by Howard Parker.

(Harrah’s Philadelphia)

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