Washington, PA — Dorothy’s Legacy needed every bit of the stretch to do it, but she finally put Morning Shadow away to capture Friday’s (Jan. 22) feature at The Meadows, a $9,100 fillies and mares conditioned pace.
Morning Shadow set up the stretch duel when she pocketed Dorothy’s Legacy past the quarter. But when Tony Hall moved the 5-year-old daughter of Art Major and Put On A Display wide in the lane, she had enough to defeat Morning Shadow by three-quarters of a length in 1:54.2. Marvalous Song finished third.
John Sullivan trains Dorothy’s Legacy for Greg Usner.
Hall collected four wins and Dave Palone three on the 13-race card.
Live racing at The Meadows resumes Wednesday (Jan. 27), when the program features a $563.01 carryover in the final-race Super Hi-5.