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Freshman distaff trotters compete in Stallion Series at Pocono
Wednesday, August 13, 2014 - by Jim Beviglia, for Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs

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Wilkes-Barre, PA --- Nine divisions of the Pennsylvania Stallion Series featuring 2-year-old trotting fillies were held on Tuesday (Aug. 12) at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs. Each division carried a purse of $20,000.

The Stallion Series winners on a sloppy night at Pocono were Seduce A Stranger (Muscle  Massive-Khifra Hanover), driven by Ron Pierce and trained by Chris Beaver, in 1:59.3; Gematria (Explosive Matter-Ginevre), driven by Tom Jackson and trained by Fred Grant, in 1:58.3; Fly Angel Fly (Cantab Hall-Dream Angel), driven and trained by Jimmy Takter, in 2:01; Kimco Hall (Andover Hall-Kimco Lady), driven by David Miller and trained by Nifty Norman, in 2:01.1; Flirting Filly (Broadway-Flirtin My Way), driven and trained by Jimmy Takter, in 1:59; Lady Clarabella (Lear Jetta-Jet By), driven by David Miller and trained by Randy Beeckman, in 1:57.3; I’m Yelling Timber (Explosive Matter-Velma K), driven by Tyler Buter and trained by Brandon Simpson, in 1:59.3; Alpha Alpha (Encore Encore-Pegasus On Ice), driven by Tim Tetrick and trained by Rich Gillock, in 2:00.1; and Product Placement (Andover Hall-Con Dolcezza), driven by Tom Jackson and trained by Fred Grant, in 1:58.4.


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