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All The Time Takes New Mark

Published: July 2, 2016 1:35 am ET

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All The Time went first over for the final seven-sixteenths of a mile and had little trouble prevailing by one and a half lengths over Dog Gone Lucky in a match-up of top three-year-olds in a $17,500 conditioned trot on Friday night (July 1) at The Meadowlands.

All The Time, a sophomore filly trained by Jimmy Takter, won despite being away from the races for four weeks. When last seen, she was being upset as the 1-5 public choice in the New Jersey Sire Stakes Final.

Dog Gone Lucky, a Hambletonian-eligible colt conditioned by Mike Stoltzfus, rallied well for the place spot in his 2016 debut. Possessed Fashion was third.

As the 4-5 favourite, All The Time returned $3.60 to win. She was driven by Yannick Gingras for Ontario owners Marvin Katz and Al Libfeld, and trotted the mile in a lifetime-best 1:52.3.

WHAT A MUDDER: Of the six New Jersey Sire Stakes events on the program, none of the winners were more dominant than Ariana G, a two-year-old trotting filly by Muscle Hill trained by Takter and driven by Gingras.

Coming back after bad weather caused a delay, Ariana G romped in the slop by four and a quarter lengths and completed the mile in 1:58.2.

Other NJSS two-year-old winners were trotting filly Checkmate Time, trotting colts Hammer Time and New Jersey Viking, pacing filly Livinginthedream and pacing colt Every Way Out.

ALMOST 30 GRAND: The fifth race 20-cent Jackpot Super High Five did not have a single-ticket winner, upping the carryover for the next program to $29,364.87. Racing resumes at the Big M on Saturday with a special early post time of 6:30 p.m. At the conclusion of the card, there will be a fabulous fireworks show.

(With files from Meadowlands Racetrack)

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