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Tom Ridge Labor Day Stakes

The Tom Ridge Labor Day Stakes is an American Thoroughbred horse race run annually on Labor Day at Presque Isle Downs in Erie, Pennsylvania. First run in 2007, the year the racetrack opened, it is a six-furlong event for three-year-old horses and is raced on Tapeta synthetic dirt. It currently offers a purse of $100,000.

The race is named for Tom Ridge, who was the Governor of the State of Pennsylvania from 1995 to 2001.







2008 Fatal Bullet Eurico Rosa Da Silva Reade Baker Bear Stables Ltd. 1:08.60
2007 Elite Squadron Dana Whitney mr James E. Baker Tom R. Walters 1:10.69



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