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Perfect Alliance gives Andy Miller win number 8,000
Friday, February 21, 2014 - from the Meadowlands Media Relations Department

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East Rutherford, NJ --- The $15,000 first leg of the Charles Singer Memorial was raced in two divisions on the Thursday night (Feb. 20) card at the Meadowlands and the favorites did not disappoint.

Perfect Alliance came into the Singer off a pair of impressive efforts for the Andy and Julie Miller barn. She continued to excel on this evening, romping to a 7-3/4 length win in a career best equaling 1:53.3. The win marked the 8,000th in the driving career of Andy Miller.

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Perfect Alliance won her Charles Singer Memorial division in 1:53.3, the 8,000th win in the driving career of Andy Miller.

Biding her time through fractions of :27.1 and :56.2, Perfect Alliance was launched by Miller into the far turn and she stormed right past Cajole Hanover and quickly opened up a three length lead. That margin continued to grow, despite Miller not asking his mare for any more effort in the stretch. She was an impressive, wrapped up winner and appears as the clear favorite in the Charles Singer Memorial.

The Credit Winner mare was stakes placed several times in a useful 2013 season but has blossomed into an imposing presence at age four for Jeff Gural’s Little E, LLC, Meadowlands GM Jason Settlemoir, Dave Stolz and Artie Geiger.

Not to be out-done was Time To Quit, who is looking to parlay his successful sweep of the Super Bowl series into a successful run at the Charles Singer Memorial.

Time To Quit extended his win streak to five in a workman-like effort in 1:56.2. Coasting along on the lead virtually throughout for Yannick Gingras, Time To Quit was challenged late by pocket-sitter Clementine Dream but was able to close out the mile by a diminishing head over that foe at the wire.

Burke Racing, Weaver Bruscemi and Phil Collura share ownership of Time To Quit, who has returned more than $50,000 on their investment in just two months.

The Charles Singer Memorial continues with the second leg next Thursday (Feb. 27), with the $52,500 final taking place Saturday (March 8).

Racing returns to the Meadowlands Friday, with post time at 7:15 p.m. Victory Sports Bar will open early at 12 p.m. for fans to enjoy the Olympic Hockey semi-final matchup of the United States vs. Canada.

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