Triple For Trolley at the Meadowlands
Trolley dominant in Big M feature
Libfeld/Katz breds take NJSS at The Meadowlands
Trolley continued his reign as the trotting “King of the Meadowlands” by winning a third straight Preferred Handicap at the Big M on Friday night (February 8).
The red-hot six-year-old son of Donato Hanover-Lakeside Bride, who benefited from great driver Marcus Miller handling, won his fourth feature in his last five tries and sixth race in his last seven overall.
Trolley is 3 for 3 this year! Overall, he’s won half of his 28 lifetime outings and earned $323,951. Congratulations to owners Michael Anderson, Leland Mathias, Greg Gillis and Louis Willinger.
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2019 Yearling Roster now available
The Libfeld Katz 2019 yearling roster featuring yearlings by Always B Miki, Bar Hopping, Cantab Hall, Captaintreacherouse, Donato Hanover, Father Patrick, Love You, Muscle Hill, and Ready Cash is now posted.
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March 23 2019 East Rutherford, NJ – In a field where one scratch (Zlatan) left but six starters in the $25,000 Preferred Handicap for trotters, Miller urged Trolley from the start, setting sail for the top and leading at the quarter in :28.3. The 6-year-old Donato Hanover-Lakeside Bride product continued his sleepwalk to the half in :56.3 as pocket-sitter Rubber Duck and Sutton – who was racing in the three hole – did not move a muscle.
Trolley trotted his third fraction in :27.3 to remain clear on the engine and after coming home in :29.2; he hit the wire two lengths in front of a fast-closing – but non-threatening – Sutton. Rubber Duck held third.
He has 16 wins from 31 career starts and earnings of $353,209 for owners Michael Anderson, Leland Mathias, Greg Gillis and Louis Willinger...... read the complete story here
May 17 2019 – Greenshoe - Father Patrick - Designed To Be 3, 1:51.2M ($89,223) owned by Courant Inc, trained by Marcus Melander and driven by Brian Sears and in another NJSS division Soul Strong - Father Patrick - Sheer Soul 3, 1:53.0M ($33,915) owned by Stable Why Not, trained by Ake Svanstedt and driven by Yannick Gingras. Congratulations to all...... read the complete story here