Fiftydallarbill, 2017 Breeders Crown champ and multiple Indiana Sires Stakes winner, added another accolade to his impressive resume Friday, May 10 with a win at The Meadowlands in a $25,000 conditioned trot. The four-year-old son of Swan for All polished off a first over trip with a rally home in :26.3 to win by three-quarters of a length in a new lifetime mark of 1:51.3.
Owned by John Barnard, Fiftydallarbill is under the care of trainer Katricia Adams while on the East Coast. He was driven by a different Tetrick as Tim took the lines for the race, his second of the season at The Meadowlands.
Fiftydallarbill opened up 2019 with a qualifier and a win in the Open Trot at Hoosier Park before finishing second in late April. He then headed East for the $175,000 Arthur J. Cutler Memorial going the distance of one and one-eighths miles. Fiftydallarbill made a break near the wire and finished out of the money.
Fiftydallarbill now has 17 wins in 38 career starts with purse earnings nearing $900,000 in his career. He is stabled at White Birch Farm with several other horses in the Adams Stable that are owned by Barnard.