Tuesday night (July 31), it's the $288,360 Clyde Hirt Pace for first-season fillies, divided five ways (races one, three, four, five and six).
The opening ($56,792) division finds Summertime Lea (Jim Morrill, Jr., post six) going after a fourth win in as many tries, The daughter of Lislea-Donna Summer owns sire stakes wins at Saratoga, Tioga and Monticello, with the second of those in a life-best 1:55.1. Ron Burke trains and co-owns (as Burke Racing) with Frank Baldachino and Earl Smith.
Burke also has the early choice with Silk Pajamas (Jason Bartlett, post seven) in the fourth ($57,892) event. The Bettor's Delight-Silksndiamonds miss, co-owned by Conrad Zurich, Edwin Gold and Purple Haze Stables, owns a statebred win at Tioga (1:54.4) for her lone win in three efforts.
Early favoritism in the other three events belong to Give Me An Amen (Tim Tetrick, post seven) in the second ($57,892) division, Hit The Curb (Morrill, post two) in the third ($56,792) grouping and See Major (Stephane Bouchard, post two) in the final ($57,892) get-together.
Thursday night's (August 2) $285,840 Mike Cohen Trot is also for frosh fillies and also in five divisions (races two through six).
The morning accolades have gone to, in chronological order: Lola De Vie (Jeff Gregory, post three), a daughter of Credit Winner-Fan Favourite who was a wire-to-wire NYSS winner at Monticello two starts ago; Isabella Gal (Morrill, post six), an RC Royalty-Tango Hall lass who drew off in a Vernon NYSS event in a snappy 1:56.2; Barn Babe (John Cummings. Jr., post two), a daughter of Cash Hall-My Baby's Momma who has won her last couple of statebred starts; Palm Beach Chic (Gregory, post four) a Conway Hall-Back On Track ma'am who cruised to a maiden-breaking NYSS win at Vernon in her latest try; and Royal Malinda (Dan Daley, post two), a daughter of RC Royalty-Linda Mac who was a sire stakes winner at Buffalo to begin her career.
The Raceway continues its normal five night per week live schedule, with first post every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:10 p.m. Evening simulcasting accompanies all live programs, with afternoon simulcasting available around the NYRA schedule.