Townline All Good, the Indiana sired veteran from the Peter Redder Stable, earned a gate to wire win in conditioned pace action at Miami Valley Raceway Wednesday, Feb. 24. Driven by Dan Noble, Townline All Good was favored in the field of nine.
With an inside post, Townline All Good obeyed orders from Noble and moved out to the lead from the gate, posting fractions of :28.0, :56.3, and 1:24.0. A few contenders tried to get out and move forward, but they could not make up any ground on Townline All Good, who as a winner by two and three-quarter lengths in a time of 1:52.2. Whiskey Friskie and Tyler Smith finished second over Hitman Hill and Brady Galliers for third.
Townline All Good is owned by Pete Redder and Jeff Fought. Bred by Elmer Yoder, the six-year-old son of Always a Virgin was acquired by his current connections last March just before COVID-19 struck the nation. His career best time was taken this past fall at the new track in Kentucky, Oak Grove, in a time of 1:51.3. He now has 23 career wins in 120 career starts with earnings over the $160,000 mark. His win at Miami Valley was the first of the year.
Later in the card, Indiana sired M E Radar Girl was a winner for trainer Tyler George. Starting from post five with Trace Tetrick at the controls, M E Radar Girl moved to the outside first over at the half in :56.0 and continued to apply pressure before overtaking the top horse in the stretch and winning by one and three-quarter lengths in 1:53.4. DG’s Elsa and Dan Noble finished second over Up Front Flor Ida and Brett Miller for third.
M E Radar Girl is owned by SCP Stable of Georgia and George. Lester Schmucker bred the eight-year-old daughter of Radar Sign, who now has four wins in five starts for 2021. Overall, she improved her stat line to 47 wins in 163 starts with earnings in excess of $311,000. She took her career best time at Harrah’s Hoosier Park last year at seven in a time of 1:51.1.