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Brian Zendt back in bike

July 06, 2006
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Brian Zendt, who was released from the hospital earlier in the morning following an accident Monday, reached the winner’s circle Wednesday night at The Meadows, driving Penn Monie Mosie to a 2:00.3 score in a Pennsylvania Sire Stakes division for 2-year-old colt trotters.

“I feel great,” Zendt said. “I’m glad to be back.”

Penn Monie Mosie was sent to the lead by Zendt and they set quarter fractions of :29.1, 1:00.3, 1:30.1 and closed in :30.2.

“It’s hard to have a 2 year old on the front, but once I started hollering at him he took off,” added Zendt. “I thought Dave (Palone) was loaded because he was right on my helmet, but my horse had plenty left.”

Walter “Boots” Dunn trains the gelded son of Lindy Lane.

Halladay, driven by Dave Palone, challenged in the stretch, but could do no better than second. Eagle Claw and Kurt Sugg finished third. (Adam Packard for The Meadows)
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