The Meadows Standardbred Owners Association and The Meadows Racetrack & Casino hosted 7th Annual Pink Out event benefitting breast cancer research as part of a special card on Saturday, October 31.
Featured on the card was the Mary McCune Trot, featuring a field of nine female drivers. The race was named in honor of McCune, a Pennsylvania native who was a driving force behind the promotion of amateur racing across the country in the first half of the 20th century. She is a member of the Keystone USHWA (United States Harness Writers Association) Hall of Fame.
Nikki Harvey, driving Tough Call, was a wire-to-wire winner in the event. Myology, driven by Tabatha Canarr, finished second, while Gambler Springs, driven by Mary Birkhold, was third.
Three races on the card were designated as Breast Cancer Research events, and both the MSOA and the track donated their share of the commissions from money wagered on the race to breast cancer research at the Washington Health System in Washington, PA.