Jameson N Lime needed two moves to get there, but she notched her fourth straight victory in Friday’s (Aug. 5) $10,000 opening leg of a Pop Up Series for two-year-old filly trotters at Hollywood Casino at The Meadows.
Jameson N Lime opened her career with a fourth-place finish in a Pennsylvania Stallion Series stake, and she’s been perfect since then.
On Friday, the daughter of Father Patrick-Lindy On The Rocks found the pocket from Post 8 for Brady Brown, then abandoned it into the final turn to go after the leader, Show Me Da Moni. Jameson N Lime downed that rival by half a length in a career-best 1:59, with Cutiecumber third.
Steve Schoeffel trains the winner for Virginia Schoeffel, Kathy Schoeffel, Big L Stable and Mary Owlett.
In Friday’s co-feature, the $10,000 opening leg of a Pop Up Series for freshman colt and gelding trotters, Brace For Landing seized the lead early for Anthony MacDonald and dominated, breaking his maiden in style in 1:56.1. His stablemate, Landing Strip, was second, two lengths back, while Fire N Lightning earned show.
Tim Twaddle conditions the son of Tactical Landing-Solveig for Thestable Braceforlanding Group.
In Friday’s $19,300 Open Handicap Trot, Tequila Talkin scored a front-end win – his second straight – in a career-best 1:53.2 for Dave Palone, trainer Ron Burke and owners Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi LLC. Stickler Hanover and Barn Hall completed the ticket.
The seven-year-old Cantab Hall-Margarita Nights gelding pushed his lifetime bankroll to $276,338.
Palone collected five wins and Burke three on the 11-race card.
Live racing at The Meadows continues on Saturday when the 10-race program features a pair of carryovers – $698.92 in the Jackpot Pick 5 (race four), $401.18 in the final-race Super Hi-5. First post is 12:45 p.m.
(Meadows Standardbred Owners Association)