Keystone Chaos upsets in Meadows trot

Washington, PA – Keystone Chaos circled the field late to pull off an 11-1 upset in Thursday’s (Oct. 14) $16,000 Open Handicap Trot at The Meadows.

Keystone Chaos (foreground) sustained an uncovered attack to collar Jeffrey P and upset as the 11-1 longest shot on the board. Chris Gooden photo.

Keystone Chaos was fourth when Dan Charlino sent him on his largely uncovered move. The 4-year-old Andover Hall-Keystone Cola gelding had just enough racetrack to nail the leader, Jeffery P, by a neck in a career best 1:53.3. Perlucky earned show in his first outing in nearly 11 months.

Jim Daugherty trains Keystone Chaos for Michele Daugherty.

Mike Wilder collected three wins on the 11-race card, giving him six over the last two days.

Live racing at The Meadows continues Friday (Oct. 15), when the 12-race program features a $41,724 carryover in the final-race Super Hi-5. Friday is the track’s fifth annual “Pinkout,” when The Meadows and the Meadows Standardbred Owners Association will raise money for cancer awareness and treatment. Highlights of Pinkout festivities are corgi races with several divisions and a final, food trucks and live music. Special fall/winter post time is 4 p.m.

Also on Friday, The Meadows will formally change its name to Hollywood Casino at The Meadows. At 9 a.m., casino and racetrack officials will unveil new signage for the rebranded facility.

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