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December 7 - December 30, 2017
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January 5 - March 25, 2017
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March 31 - May 6, 2017
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September 1 - December 9, 2017
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December 28 - December 30, 2017
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FRENCH LAUNDRY & SATURDAY MORNINGS WIN NJSS OPENERS FOR 2YO TROTTERS

MANALAPAN, NJ Ė June 27, 2014 Ė French Laundry took the rest of the field to the cleaners, coasting to a five and three-quarter length victory in the $39,000 opening round of the New Jersey Sires Stakes for two-year-old trotting colts and geldings, the first race on Friday, June 27, 2014 at the Meadowlands.

The Muscles Yankee colt, out of the Hambletonian Oaks winner Creamy Mimi, trotted the mile in 1:56 flat, equaling the stakes record set by Yankee Glide in 1996.


French Laundry with Yannick Gingras [Lisa Photo]


The 3-5 favorite, under a confident hand-drive by Yannick Gingras, won his pari-mutuel debut, paying $3.20, following up on a two-for-two record in baby races. The Jimmy Takter trainee was a $115,000 Lexington Selected Sale purchase by Christina Takter of East Windsor, NJ and Ontario-based John Fielding, Jim Fielding, Marvin Katz and Al Libfeld.

In the battle for second, True Blue [Muscle Hill], with Tim Tetrick driving, got up and Broken Record [Muscles Yankee], with Ron Pierce, held on for third by nine lengths.

Saturday Mornings, driven by David Miller, collected top money in the $38,500 New Jersey Sire Stakes for two-year-old trotting fillies in the fifth race.

It was a wire-to-wire effort for 6/5 Saturday Mornings [$4.40] who trotted the mile in 1:57.2, finishing a length and three-quarters ahead of Demons N Diamonds. Southwind Cartier was third by two and three-quarter lengths.


Saturday Mornings with David Miller [Lisa Photo]


Trained by Joe Holloway, Saturday Mornings was a $32,000 Lexington Selected Sale yearling purchase for Bluestone Farms of Hopewell, NJ.

Mission Brief, the 4/5 favorite broke early and finished last.

All seven of the starters were daughters of Muscle Hill.

NJSS PACING DIVISIONS TO STACIA HANOVER, DEALT A WINNER, CASHAWAY & WEAPONS DEALER

Stacia Hanover by Western Ideal popped out of the pocket in the stretch and out-sprinted the pacesetter The Show Returns for a half- length victory in the $25,500 first division of the New Jersey Sire Stakes for two-year-old pacing fillies in the third race.

Driven by Scott Zeron and trained by Steve Elliott, Stacia Hanover paced the mile in 1:59.1, with a last quarter in 25.4 seconds, after The Show Returns [Rocknroll Hanover], with Brian Sears driving, cut slow, unpressured fractions.

Rocknroll Allnight [Rocknroll Hanover], rough in the stretch, survived an inquiry, finishing third by nine lengths.

Stacia Hanover, sent off at 3-5, paid $3.20. She was a $35,000 Harrisburg Sale purchase for David Van Duse of Madison, OH and Michael Cimaglio of Lyndhurst, OH.


Stacia Hanover with Scott Zeron holds on for a half-length victory over The Show Returns [Lisa Photo].


In the second $25,500 filly pacing division, the 11th race, 3-5 Cashaway [$3.40] held off challenges from Ideal Nuggets [Western Ideal] and Smart Zone [Rocknroll Hanover] to win in 1:55 flat.


Cashaway with Tim Tetrick [Lisa Photo].


Tim Tetrick guided Cashaway, a daughter of Western Ideal out of the proven producer CPA, to the neck victory with a half-length to Smart Zone in third.

The Tony Alagna trainee was a $105,000 Lexington Selected Sale purchase. She is owned by her co-breeder, Brittany Farms of Versailles, KY, in partnership with Marvin Katz of Toronto, Ontario.

Dealt A Winner [$8.20} paced a New Jersey Sire Stakes record for two-year-old geldings when he stopped the clock in 1:52.4 in the ninth race, the $27,000 first division for pacing colts and geldings.

David Miller brushed the Camís Card Shark gelding from sixth to the lead down the backstretch, taking command from Western Pioneer, the 4/5 favorite, and would not be caught, winning by a length and a quarter.

Hurrikane Ali gained ground in the stretch to finish second while Ticket To Roll was three and a half lengths back in third. Both are sons of Rocknroll Hanover.

Dealt A Winner, trained by Edward Hart and owned by Jeff Snyder of New York City, was a $35,000 Harrisburg Sale yearling purchase.


Dealt A Winner with David Miller [Lisa Photo]


The 1:52.4 mile eclipsed the gelding mark of 1:53 shared by Fancy Creek Storm [1997] and Western Ace [2005].

In the 12th race, the $27,000 second division for pacing colts and geldings, Weapons Dealer by Western Ideal had the ammunition in the stretch to post a length and a half victory over Too Darn Hot [Rocknroll Hanover] in 1:54.2. Mr Censi [Camís Card Shark] was four and a half lengths back in third.


Weapons Dealer with Brett Miller [Lisa Photo]


Brett Miller was in the sulky for the victory.

Isaac Waxman trains for Brenda Waxman of Dundas, Ontario and Aaron Waxman of Burlington, Ontario, who acquired the White Birch Farm-bred colt for $10,000 at the Harrisburg Sale.

WISHING STONE: BREEDING SHED TO WINNERíS CIRCLE

Wishing Stone, back in training after a busy breeding season, won his 2014 debut in Friday nightís sixth race classified trot.

Wishing Stone stood as a stallion at Deo Volente Farms in New Jersey, fulfilling contracts for 331 doses of frozen semen overseas as well as being bred to some 30 mares in North America.


Wishing Stone [LisaPhoto]


The double-millionaire scored a half-length victory over Undercover Strike in 1:52.4. Yannick Gingras was at the lines of the Ron Burke trainee who campaigns for the Wishing Stone Syndicate of Flemington, NJ.

Seven-year-old Wishing Stone picked up his 22nd career victory in 70 starts.

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ANDY MILLER SWEEPS FEATURES DURING FOUR-WIN NIGHT

The Meadowlands winnerís circle was painted orange on Saturday night as Andy Miller swept the co-featured upper level paces en route to a four-win night during the 11-race program ...

TUONOBLU REX IS KING OF THE MEADOWLANDS IN AMERICAN DEBUT

Tuonoblu Rex, the American-sired, Italian-bred, and Dutch-trained son of Cantab Hall, entered Friday's $20,000 Preferred Trot at the Meadowlands with a healthy amount of hype following an eye-catching qualifying win in his first appearance on Big M soil two weeks ago ...

MEADOWLANDS QUALIFIERS

The big guns are beginning to show up at The Meadowlands for qualifiers and there were more than a few Grand Circuit stars of last year sprinkled throughout Saturday morningís card. Under overcast skies at 54f with a slight headwind facing them in the stretch, things got underway right on time at 10 a.m. ...


UPDATED SBOANJ STATES NOMINATION FORM

The SBOANJ Stakes Nomination Form has been updated ...

MEADOWLANDS SATURDAY NIGHT

Saturday night's co-featured eighth race, a conditioned pace for a purse of $18,000, offers horseplayers a field so evenly matched that seven of the eight horses in the field are between 4-1 and 6-1 on the computer generated morning line ...

TUONOBLU REX LEADS MEADOWLANDS FEATURE

It's an interesting mix of six trotters that will compose the field for the featured sixth race, a $20,000 Preferred trot, on the evening of Friday, April 21 at The Meadowlands ...


MEADOWLANDS QUALIFIERS

The Meadowlands qualifiers will be held Saturday morning ...

MEADOWLANDS THURSDAY MORNING TRAINING IN MAY

The Meadowlands racetrack will be available for training each Thursday morning beginning on May 4. Training hours will be 7 a.m. until 11 a.m. each Thursday in May ...

RODEO ROMEO HOLDS ON IN MEADOWLANDS FEATURE

Since adding Lasix on April 1, Rodeo Romeo has taken his already considerable talent to a career-best level ...




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