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Meadowlands Pace Night Recap

Published: July 13, 2019 6:55 pm ET

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Grand Circuit competition was in full effect at The Meadowlands on Saturday evening, and Trot Insider has compiled a complete recap of the card's major events.

Best In Show Dazzles In The Pace
What a week for Linda Toscano. On Sunday evening, the trainer gave a gracious acceptance speech at her induction to the Harness Racing Hall of Fame in Goshen, NY and on Saturday night she stood in the winner’s circle after Best In Show pulled a 27-1 upset in the $682,650 Crawford Farms Meadowlands Pace....read on

Lather Up Huge In Haughton
Lather Up, the fastest horse in the 43-year history of The Meadowlands, captured the $423,000 William R. Haughton Memorial by one length on Saturday at The Meadowlands....read on

Stonebridge Soul Strikes In Mistletoe Shalee
Stonebridge Soul led from start to finish to capture Saturday’s $207,700 Mistletoe Shalee for three-year-old female pacers by a neck over Tall Drink Hanover in 2:04.2 for 1-1/8 miles at the Meadowlands. Warrawee Ubeaut, the 4-5 favourite, finished third....read on

Crystal Fashion Upends Atlanta In Maturity
An extra eighth of a mile can make the difference, and that seemed to be the case when 23-1 shot Crystal Fashion drove by heavy favourite Atlanta nearing the wire to capture the $450,000 Hambletonian Maturity for four-year-olds at The Meadowlands on Saturday night for driver Tim Tetrick....read on

Shartin N Dominates In Golden Girls
Shartin N, the 1-5 favourite driven by Tim Tetrick, took command early and held off a charging Caviart Ally and Andy McCarthy by three-quarters of a length to win the $179,550 Golden Girls TVG for pacing mares, covering a mile and an eighth in 2:02.1....read on

Dancer Memorial To Greenshoe, Swandre The Giant
It came as no surprise that Greenshoe was a bounce back winner in his Stanley Dancer Memorial following a bad beat in the Earl Beal, Jr. Memorial, but many had to be surprised with the relatively easy manner in which Swandre The Giant handled the competition in the second division....read on

‘Hannelore’ Heroic In Miss Versatility
A barefoot Hannelore Hanover rocketed to the lead in Saturday’s lone, $40,000 division of the Miss Versatility Series, and she didn’t look back for driver Yannick Gingras....read on

Faves Deliver In Del Miller Memorial
Heavy public choice Evident Beauty marched to the front for driver David Miller and never looked back, scoring in the $124,000 first division of the Del Miller Memorial for three-year-old trotting fillies at The Meadowlands on Saturday night....read on


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