PARKED three-wide through a gruelling 27.1-second opening quarter, Tee’s Sweet Ryde nevertheless was much the best as she jogged to a 1:53.4 victory in last night’s feature — an $11,800 Filly and Mare Conditioned Pace — at The Meadows.
Making her first start at The Meadows following her recent purchase by Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi LLC, Tee’s Sweet Ryde easily withstood the first-over challenge of Sewonandsewforth, defeating her by three lengths. McCheetah finished third.
Dave Palone piloted the three-year-old daughter of Sweet Lou-Ryder Blue Chip, which had been campaigning at Hoosier Park, for trainer Ron Burke.
Tony Hall collected four wins and Aaron Merriman three on the 13-race card.
- EVAN PATTAK