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3 year old Filly    1.609m auto 
  Purse: 00 000$ 

RACE 6 - The Meadows - PA - July 29, 2009 
Gait: Trot     Purse: $37,142     Class: ARDEN-3YOF     Distance: 1 mile     Track Cond: SY     Temp-Allow: 73-2     Off Time: 7:50 PM 
HN Horse                PP  Finish   Actual     LQ    Odds   Driver             Trainer 
5  Sj`s Minolta         5   1/HD     1:57.2   28.2   *1.10   David Wade         David Wade
3  Susquehanna Belle    3   2/HD     1:57.2   28.1    4.00   Dave Palone        John Wagner
2  Caviar Forthe Lady   2   3/T      1:57.3   28.1    1.70   Charlie Norris     Marty Wollam
4  Pleasure`s Song      4   4/3      1:58.0   28.2   22.30   Richard Stillings  Norm Parker
1  Noisy Nellie         1   5/9      1:59.1   29.2   25.50   Eric Ledford       Jonas Czernyson
7  Jane O`donnell       7   6/10     1:59.2   29.1   12.00   Brett Miller       Jim Arledge Jr
6  Liu Hanover          6   X7X/13H  2:00.0   30.0   24.00   Mike Wilder        Dan Altmeyer

1st Sj`s Minolta  (3, M   S J`s Photo - Tj`s Royal Tigress - Royal Troubador)
    Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  David Wade - PA, Gerald Brittingham - MD, Kelley Rogers - VA
    Breeder(s):  David Wade - PA 
2nd Susquehanna Belle  (3, M   Windsong`s Legacy - Samantha Yorktowne - Sierra Kosmos)
    Registered Owner(s):  John Wagner - VA, Syl King Jr - PA, Terry Kibler - VA
    Breeder(s):  Windsong Stable - PA 
3rd Caviar Forthe Lady  (3, M   Sj`s Caviar - Croupier Lady - Malabar Man)
    Registered Owner(s):  Acadia Farms Inc - OH
    Breeder(s):  Concord Stud Farm LLC - NJ
RACE 8 - The Meadows - PA - July 29, 2009 
Gait: Trot     Purse: $37,142     Class: ARDEN-3YOF     Distance: 1 mile     Track Cond: SY     Temp-Allow: 73-2     Off Time: 8:23 PM 
HN  Horse             PP   Finish  Actual     LQ    Odds   Driver           Trainer 
7  Daddy`s Lhasa      7    1/3     1:58.3   29.1   20.40   Doug Snyder      Dane Snyder
6  Neith`s Song       6    2/3     1:59.1   30.0    2.30   Dave Palone      Jonas Czernyson
4  Pushover Hanover   4    3/3H    1:59.1   29.3    4.40   Brett Miller     Ricky Clapper
3  Caviar`s Promise   3    4/7Q    2:00.0   30.0   15.10   Ray Paver        Ray Paver
5  Graceful Sister    5X   5/10Q   2:00.3   30.2   *1.20   Tony Hall        Norm Parker
2  Ellette Hanover    2    6/12    2:01.0   31.1    5.50   Charlie Norris   Brad Buxton
1  Eagle Bette        1    7/13    2:01.1   31.3   28.30   Kurt Sugg        Kurt Sugg

1st Daddy`s Lhasa  (3, M   Broadway Hall - Lhasa Lhasa Lhasa - Supergill)
    Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Martin Sternberg - NY, Alvin Katz - NY
    Breeder(s):  White Birch Farm - NJ 
2nd Neith`s Song  (3, M   Windsong`s Legacy - Neith - Speedy Crown)
    Registered Owner(s):  Menhammar Stuteri Ab - CT
    Breeder(s):  Jeffrey Gural - NY, J D Alicart Inc - NY, Arthur Geiger - NJ 
3rd Pushover Hanover  (3, M   Andover Hall - Pdq Miriam - Speed In Action)
    Registered Owner(s):  Fred Polk - OH
    Breeder(s):  Hanover Shoe Farms Inc - PA
Sophomore Fillies Battle In Arden Downs

SJs Minolta endured a parked-out first quarter and a stiff first-over challenge, but she trotted on gamely to capture a division of a $74,284 Arden Downs stake for three-year-old fillies Wednesday at The Meadows.

Daddys Lhasa a 16-race maiden entering the evening, took the other division of the stake known as the Ned McCarr. The event was part of Grand Circuit Week at The Meadows, which is highlighted by Saturday’s $677,665 final of the Delvin Miller Adios.

SJs Minolta left for trainer/driver David Wade but didn’t make the lead in the sloppy going until the quarter. Down the backside, she faced the bid of Susquehanna Belle, who appeared to get her head in front for Dave Palone. SJs Minolta dug in and scored in 1:57.2, a head better than Susquehanna Belle, with Caviar Forthe Lady third.

“Palone used a lot of horse to get to me,” said Wade, who owns the daughter of SJs Photo-TJs Royal Tigress with Gerald Brittingham and Kelley Rogers. “When he came off the turn, his horse was a little tired. My filly got tired in the last 100 yards, but Dave’s horse was tired enough that we held up. She just digs in and digs in. You gotta love her.”

Wade treats the filly for equine protozoal myeloencephalitis (EPM), a progressive, degenerative neurological disease of the central nervous system that typically impairs coordination. The condition can flair unexpectedly, as it did last week when SJs Minolta broke stride in a PASS event.

“I tried to be real easy on her in that race, warmed her up easy, and I thought she’d race better that way,” Wade said. “When I turned to the gate, she was totally disconnected. Back end and front end weren’t even hooked together. So tonight I warmed her up a little more and let her go on, and she was solid.”

SJs Minolta won for the fifth time in 11 starts this year and pushed her career bankroll beyond $100,000.

Daddys Lhasa had flashed ability throughout her losing streak but had contrived a number of ways to lose. Winning driver Doug Snyder attributed her success in the Ned McCarr to a shoeing change.

“She was catching something and making breaks, and we couldn’t figure out what she was catching,” Snyder said. “We changed her front shoes a little bit — not major stuff, but just enough to clean her up. She’s not a trotter who’ll make breaks every other start. That’s not her. A couple of those breaks should have been called interference breaks. I think she’ll do nothing but get better.”

In the stake, Daddys Lhasa worked out a comfortable pocket trip behind Neiths Song, then trotted home in :29.2 to down that rival by three lengths. Pushover Hanover was third.

Dane Snyder trains Daddys Lhasa, a daughter of Broadway Hall-Lhasa Lhasa Lhasa, for Martin Sternberg and Alvin Katz.

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