11/22/2006 12:00AM

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An electrical problem that darkened some lights illuminating the racetrack caused Penn National to cancel its Tuesday and Wednesday programs. Racing was scheduled to resume Friday at 6:45 p.m. Eastern. . . . Jockey John Davila Jr. rode six winners Tuesday at Finger Lakes, including four for leading trainer Chris Englehart, to tie a track record for most wins in one day. . . . Fasig-Tipton Texas has cataloged 181 horses to its Dec. 10 mixed auction at Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie, Tex. Catalogs for the sale, which includes 104 pregnant mares, 44 weanlings, and 17 yearlings, are available now. . . . A weanling Kyllachy colt out of Haste (by Halling) brought approximately $144,396 to top day two of the Tattersalls December foal sale in Newmarket, England, on Wednesday, leading a session in which 173 lots sold for about $6,590,274, an average of about $38,094. In the local currency of guineas, those figures were up 55 percent and 94 percent, respectively, from last year. . . . Grade 2-winning millionaire Super Frolic is to retire to Millennium Farms in Kentucky after Friday's Clark Handicap at Churchill Downs, the farm announced Wednesday. The 2007 stud fee for Super Frolic, a 6-year-old son of Pine Bluff and Grade 3 winner Lindsay Frolic, has not been set.