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Pennsylvania Stallion Series    1st leg
2 year old C&G    1.609m auto 
  Purse: 00 000$ 

RACE 2 - The Meadows - PA - June 25, 2009 
Gait: Trot     Purse: $26,600     Class: PASS2YOCSS     Distance: 1 mile     Track Cond: FT     Temp-Allow: 85-0     Off Time: 6:38 PM 
HN  Horse                                                           Finish  Actual     LQ     Odds   Driver               Trainer     
3  Aaron Andover          (Andover Hall - Striking Honey)           1/2T    2:03.3   30.0    *1.50   Brooke Nickells      Brooke Nickells 
7  Focus On The Rail      (S J`s Photo - Above The Rail)            2/2T    2:04.1   30.2     5.30   Kurt Sugg            Kurt Sugg 
6  Telephoto K            (S J`s Photo - America`s Treasure)        3/4H    2:04.2   30.0    12.40   Tom Sells            Rich Gillock 
8  Southwind Nitro        (Sj`s Caviar - New York To Paris)         4/5Q    2:04.3   29.4    24.00   Aaron Merriman       William Daugherty Jr 
5  Morven                 (Andover Hall - Honey Starlet)            5/6     2:04.4   31.0     1.70   Dave Palone          Jimmy Takter 
1  Abundasass             (Abundance - Sassy Anna)                  6/DIS                    16.40   Richard Stillings    Syl King Jr 
2  Ellisarro Hanover      (S J`s Photo - Esmeralda Hanover)         7/DIS                     6.40   Mike Wilder          Randy Bendis 
4  Ohloverboy             (Broadway Hall - Love Wins)               SCR                                                   Joseph Offutt 

1st Aaron Andover  (2, G   Andover Hall - Striking Honey - Striking Sahbra)
    Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Glenby Farms - FL
    Breeder(s):  Dettore Farms Inc - OH 
2nd Focus On The Rail  (2, G   S J`s Photo - Above The Rail - Donerail)
    Registered Owner(s):  Dean Davis - OH
    Breeder(s):  Dean Davis - OH 
3rd Telephoto K  (2, H   S J`s Photo - America`s Treasure - American Winner)
    Registered Owner(s):  Robert Key - PA
    Breeder(s):  Robert Key - PA
RACE 4 - The Meadows - PA - June 25, 2009 
Gait: Trot     Purse: $26,600     Class: PASS2YOCSS     Distance: 1 mile     Track Cond: FT     Temp-Allow: 85-0     Off Time: 7:11 PM 
HN  Horse                                                           Finish  Actual     LQ     Odds   Driver               Trainer     
6  Federalreservenote     (Tom Ridge - Starlet Lane)                1/1     2:01.3   29.4    *0.50   Dave Palone          Jimmy Takter 
4  Is This Thing On       (Sj`s Caviar - Fun At Parties)            2/1     2:01.4   29.3    18.80   Mike Wilder          Paul Chambers 
3  Cassini Hall           (Tom Ridge - Centerfold Hall)             3/1H    2:01.4   30.0     6.50   Richard Stillings    Syl King Jr 
1  Tag The Lady           (Tagliabue - Guv`s Lady)                  4/3     2:02.1   29.4    36.90   Marty Wollam         Marty Wollam 
5  F Stop                 (S J`s Photo - Model`s Image)             5/7H    2:03.0   30.4    21.50   Todd Schadel         Todd Schadel 
2  Tough Call             (Tom Ridge - Luchita)                     6/9     2:03.2   30.2     3.90   Rick Beinhauer       Rick Beinhauer 
8  Proud American K       (American Winner - Little Supersister)    7/9T    2:03.3   30.1    12.40   Tom Sells            Rich Gillock 
7  Storm Lindy            (Tom Ridge - Lindianapolis)               8/10    2:03.3   31.0    31.40   Brooke Nickells      Brooke Nickells 

1st Federalreservenote  (2, H   Tom Ridge - Starlet Lane - Lindy Lane)
    Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Christina Takter - NJ, John Fielding - ON
    Breeder(s):  Bloodstock Farm & Stables - NJ  
2nd Is This Thing On  (2, G   Sj`s Caviar - Fun At Parties - Lindy Lane)
    Registered Owner(s):  Paul Chambers - DE, Chambers Racing LLC - NC, H Hood Inc - NC
    Breeder(s):  Russell Williams - PA 
3rd Cassini Hall  (2, G   Tom Ridge - Centerfold Hall - Garland Lobell)
    Registered Owner(s):  Terry Kibler - VA, Scott Woogen - VA
    Breeder(s):  Walnut Hall Limited - KY, Lucky Shamrock Stable - NY
Freshman trotting colt creates a 2009 first

Denied a hole going to the quarter, Federalreservenote kept right on going and didn't stop until he captured a division of a $53,200 Pennsylvania Stallion Series stake for 2-year-old colt and gelding trotters Thursday at The Meadows. His time of 2:01.3 was the fastest this year by a freshman trotting colt on a 5/8-mile track

Aaron Andover took the other division in 2:03.3, quickest this season by a 2-year-old gelding trotter on a 5/8-mile track.

Winning driver Dave Palone said he had every intention of taking a seat with Federalreservenote in the colt’s career pari-mutuel debut but that circumstances dictated a change in plans.

“The brakes came on at the top, so I just thought I’d float him down the road,” Palone said. “I got the fractions I wanted. I actually welcomed the company I got first over to get his attention. There was never a nervous moment. I never let him go.”

Federalreservenote, a son of Tom Ridge-Starlet Lane, triumphed by a length over Is This Thing On, with Cassini Hall third. Jimmy Takter trains Federalreservenote for Christina Takter and John Fielding.

Aaron Andover, also a first-time starter, broke stride at the gate in his two most recent qualifiers and failed to get away cleanly yet again Thursday.

“He got a little hot behind the gate after his first qualifier,” said trainer/driver Brooke Nickells, “so I put the cones on him. He actually was a perfect gentleman behind the gate today. He just took a little bad step. I thought, ‘Here I got him out of the gate, and he tripped himself.’”

Recovering from the brief miscue, Aaron Andover powered to the lead past the quarter and drew off to win handily. Focus On The Rail was 2-3/4 lengths back in second while Telephoto K finished third.

“He’s not the easiest horse to get along with at times,” Nickells said. “He wants to do what he wants to do. So I thought I’d just go on with him instead of jamming him up. He was the favorite, so I knew they’d respect him when I came at them.”

Glenby Farms owns Aaron Andover, a son of Andover Hall-Striking Honey.

In the $27,500 Filly & Mare Preferred Handicap Trot, AJ’s Baby made a key quarter-pole move to the lead and took advantage of road problems for the favorites to score at 7-1 for trainer/driver Ray Paver in a career-best 1:55.2. BV’s Sister shot the Lightning Lane to be second, 1/3-4 lengths back, with Wildfire Julie third.

Raneri Farms owns AJ’s Baby, a 4-year-old daughter of Andover Hall-Ulexia Boko
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