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PASS Action Wednesday At The Meadows

Published: July 13, 2010 9:48 am ET

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Sires stakes action at the Meadows kicks into high gear this week, with Pennsylvania stakes highlighting six consecutive cards beginning today.

Wednesday’s program is particularly compelling, as 11 stakes divisions will be offered, featuring two and three-year-old pacing fillies, a number of them which are already in the limelight.

The $298,316 Sand Tart, a PASS for freshman fillies, will be contested over six divisions. Among the favourites will be Winbak Farm’s Hasty Pulse, who captured her career debut July 7 in a W.N. Reynolds division at Pocono Downs. Shuffled to third at the three-quarters, Hasty Pulse blazed home in :27.4 to score in a sparkling 1:53.4. Ron Burke trains the daughter of Quik Pulse Mindale--Hasty Dewar.

Hasty Pulse has drawn Post 3 in Race 10, where she’ll encounter another Reynolds winner, Mothermayi Hanover, a daughter of Allamerican Native--Mother Earth who recorded a wire-to-wire victory in 1:54.3 for trainer Luis Porfilio and owners Luis Alberto and Angela Porfilio.

Also attracting attention in the Sand Tart will be Show And Tell, who took her Reynolds division with a rugged, first-over move after relinquishing the early lead. The daughter of Village Jolt--Show Off triumphed in 1:55.4 for trainer Jim Campbell and owner Fashion Farms. Show And Tell will leave from Post 4 in Race 5.

The stakes record for the Sand Tart, 1:53.2, was established by Ginger And Fred in 2008.

In addition to the Sand Tart, the card includes five $20,000 splits of a Pennsylvania Stallion Series stakes event for sophomore pacing fillies.

First-race post time is 6:55 p.m.


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