Caviar Forthelady posted the fastest winning time among eight divisions of W.N. Reynolds Memorial Stakes for 2-year-old trotting fillies on Tuesday afternoon at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs. Each of the divisions carried a purse of $20,000. The Reynolds races are the highlight of Grand Circuit Week at the track.
Caviar Forthelady, a SJ's Caviar-Croupier Lady filly trained by Marty Wollam and driven by Charlie Norris, won a thrilling three-way photo over Canoli and Classy Broad in 1:58.2.
Other division winners Broadway Paige (Broadway Hall-Financial Paige, trained by Brian Roland and driven by Cat Manzi, in 2:00.3); Virgilyn Hanover, (Cantab Hall-Vexing, trained by Roland Mallar and driven by David Miller, in 1:59); Highland Ridge, (Tom Ridge-Gwyneth Hall, trained and driven by Jimmy Takter, in 1:59:4); Lookin Back At You, (Angus Hall-Got To Be Going, trained and driven by Trond Smedshammer, in 2:02.1); Susquehanna Belle, (Windsong's Legacy-Samantha Yorktowne, trained by Syl King, Jr. and driven by Tim Tetrick, in 2:01.2); All Star Hanover, (Cantab Hall-Astraea Hanover, trained by Joe Holloway and driven by David Miller, in 1:59.1); and Timelesswinner Two, (Broadway Hall-Meadowbranch Lilly, trained by Robert Myers and driven by Yannick Gingras, in 1:59.2).
There were also two Reynolds divisions held at Pocono on Tuesday for 3-year-old pacing colts and geldings. The first division, which carried a purse of $33,403, was won by Shadow Play (The Panderosa-Matt's Filly), driven by David Miller for trainer Mark Ford, in 1:50.1.
Lonestar Legend (Western Hanover-Precious Shopper), also with David Miller for trainer Don Swick, captured the $33,804 second division in 1:50.1.
David Miller’s four stakes wins as a driver on Tuesday were one off the all-time Pocono mark for most stakes win in one day. (Pocono Downs)