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       May 10 , 2010

That was MCARACAS (McArdle-Smooth Latin N) again dominating last weeks Diplomatic series at Woodbine in :51.4 by over seven lengths following a sensational last to first debut in which he won by 4 lengths in :52.3 after being 11 lengths off at the half mile pole. This year’s Smooth Latin N edition MATTISTA is by Royal Mattjesty.

McCardle’s biggest gun One More Laugh (McArdle-Fancy Creek Funny) made it two for two in his qualifiers at The Meadowlands tacking on identical :25.4 final quarters in each.
One More Laugh, a winner of 1:49.3 at two was the Pennsylvania freshman champion last year and should be a major factor in the 3-year-old stakes in 2010. One More Laugh is slated to make his 2010 debut in the Max Hempt memorial at Pocono Downs.

McArdle’s own McGIBSON (Armbro Althea) was a fast closing 3rd in the in the $237,000 Blue Chip Matchmaker final at Yonkers.

Bookings remain available to McArdle at Lindwood Farms in Pennsylvania

It was the Revenue filly QUITE POSSIBLE (Meadowbranch Mary) the fastest of a trio of SCRANTON SERIES events for 3-year-old trotting fillies winning in 1:55.4 at Pocono.

And at Saratoga NUMISMATIC (Revenue-Shooting Starlet) scored in a Battle of Saratoga event.

And in the Mr Muscleman, at The Meadowlands R SAM (Revenue-Our Samantha) made it five wins in his last six outings scoring easily in 1:56.1

Revenue’s biggest gun BREAK THE BANK K (Revenue-American Misty) one of the more impressive 2-year-olds from last year has come back like gangbusters for Trond Smedshammer and should be set to qualify before too long.

It was a record handle in New Jersey on Derby Day for the runners that is though nobody’s talking about how we did at the harness tracks.

Reportedly there was a more than a minor traffic jam exiting The Meadowlands in the vicinity of 6:40PM some scant minutes after the Derby was over.

Of course the harness post time at The Big M is 7PM so obviously this crowd was not there for us.

Of course TVG didn’t get around to showing our first race until 8:14 to be exact but that’s another matter.

Since the crowd is obviously there for the Derby festivities one wonders if perhaps the live harness card should start somewhere about 4PM and if the players already there can be induced into wagering on something live.



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