Women's Night was on Saturday at the Meadowlands Racetrack, as the Best in Show, which has trained Linda Toscano, won the Paceowlands Pace $ 682,650.
Toscano, who was the first female trainer last week to be entered into Harness Racing Hall, was the first female trainer to win a signed Meadowlands event for 3 year throtters.
“This is another one I never dreamed of. Here is home to me. This is awesome, ”says Toscano.
At the three-quarter pole, Sears was ranked fourth on the railway with Best In Show.
“I knew they were racing well and all the horses were going on and I had lots of materials thinking I could get a good bit and I wanted to try to crush it around there and I got a little open and he fired me and worked it all, ”he said.
Finally, Brian Sears, who was led by Brian Sears, was one of three columns at the wire in 1:48.
When the photo was examined, the judges decided that Best In Show scored over the Betitian victory. Ones Mystery Workin was third.
$ 56.20 was paid in the Best in Show and he gave the third Pace victory for Sears.
Earlier in the evening, a laden sub-tab, Shartin N won the Golden Girls $ 179,550 for free center accelerators all over Caviart Ally in 2: 2 1/5 for the 1/8-mile distance. Jeans Apple Bottom finished third.
Shartin N (1-5), who received training from Jim King, Jr. and was driven by Tim Tetrick, paid $ 2.40 and now he has won 10 in 11 starts this season.
The Stanley Dance Memorial, divided into two sections of $ 153,000, Swandre The Giant and Greenshoe was buoyant.
The Giant (5-1) won a race for throtters 3 years in 1:51 3/5, and Greenshoe (1-5) came home in 1:50 1/5.
The Dancer is the last big prep for the $ 1 million Hambletonian, which takes place at Meadowlands on 3 August.
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