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g>Bloomsburg, PA --- The final stop on the Pennsylvania Fair Circuit, the Bloomsburg Fair in Columbia County, kicked off four days of racing on Monday (Sept. 24).


Bloomsburg Stakes for freshmen were featured on the six-race card.


In the first of two divisions of the 2-year-old filly Bloomsburg Stake for pacers, Keystone Wanda, trained and driven by Todd Schadel, went wire-to-wire from post six, scoring by over four lengths in 2:03. The Somebeachsomewhere filly, owned by Todd and Christine Schadel, paced home in :28.4 for hold off Juice Hanover and driver David Ingraham.


The second filly pacing split was won by another daughter ofSomebeachsomewhere, as Life’sarealbeach won in 2:00. Roger Hammer owns, trains and reins the winner.


In the $4,794 2-year-old Bloomsburg colt pace, Skylite’s Finale won for the fifth time this season, going wire-to-wire in 2:00 for trainer/driver Steve Schoeffel. The Allamerican Native gelding is owned by Ginny Schoeffel, Mike and Lori Callipare, and Ryan Zidek.


Colt trotters in the Bloomsburg Stake were led across the wire by BSMaximummoondream, a son of Bedford County. Co-owner David Brickell was in the bike for the 2:11.4 victory. Susan Brickell also co-owns.


The second division of the colt trot was won by Keystone Bolt, a son of Cantab Hall. It was the second win of the day for Todd and Christine Schadel. The winning time was 2:06.3.


The richest race of the day was the $5,269 Bloomsburg 2-year-old filly trot, which featured a full field of eight. Tony Schadel guided Chrissy O to the win in 2:05.1. Syl King trains for owners Joe Benedetti and Ron Silletto.


Bloomsburg Stakes for sophomores will be contested on Tuesday, with post time at 10:30 a.m.


For photos, video and information from the PA Fair Circuit, visit the Standardbred Breeders of PA website, or the PA Fair Horsemen's website,