09/04/2007 11:00PM

Parioli's Trick registers fast time in sprint


Parioli's Trick won a six-furlong allowance race on Sunday in 1:10.52, the fastest clocking at the distance during the first three days of the Presque Isle Downs meet. He is trained by Charles Lopresti.

* Jockey Miguel Mena has been visiting the winner's circle with regularity the first three days of the inaugural meet. Mena won three races on Saturday, two on Sunday, and two Monday to give him seven victories. Jockey Joe Hampshire Jr. is second with three wins.

* Tom Amoss and Mike Maker are the only trainers with two wins at the meet. Trainer Steve Asmussen is off to a slow start, winning only one of 14 races. He has had six seconds and a third, however, and leads all trainers in money earned with $135,375.

* Claims clerk Linda Coady has been very busy with a total of 10 horses claimed so far at the meet.

* Two jockeys who ride here are closing in on personal milestones. Ricardo Feliciano had 995 wins going into Wednesday's card, and John Perez Jr. had 993.

* The number of entries have remained consistent for the first week, averaging between 75 and 80 horses for the eight-race cards.

* On Sunday, Terrifico became the first Pennsylvania-bred to win a race against open company locally. The 2-year-old won at first asking for owner Michael Jester, who is a director of the Pennsylvania Horse Breeders Association.