EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - At the Disco led all the way Friday night, beating Dubai Gold by two lengths in the $80,000 Alysheba Stakes at the Meadowlands.\nThe 1 1/16-mile Alysheba was the final stakes of the meet that concludes Dec. 5.\nIt was also the final race of season for At the Disco ($23.60), who got his third win this year - all in stakes.\nThe previous two came against New Jersey-breds at Monmouth Park in the Bernie Dowd and Lincroft handicaps. \nThe Alysheba was the second-straight open stakes at the Meadowlands for the gray 5-year-old trained by Mary Hartmann. He was a tiring sixth in the Grade 3 Cliff Hanger on the turf last month, a loss Hartmann pinned on yielding course.\nBack on the fast main track, At the Disco was in charge right from the break with Daniel Centeno aboard. \nBroadway Producer took a run at the leader approaching the quarter pole but could not sustain the challenge, finishing third.\nHartmann said At the Disco will be turned out for the winter in Ocala, Fla. \n"We'll see him back at Monmouth next summer," Hartmann said.\nEa and Racketeer dead-heated for fourth. National Pride was sixth, followed by Encaustic, Ready or Not, and Talkin About Love.\n* Trainer Michael E. Gorham won his 1,000th career race on Friday when he sent out Marquis Jet to victory in the second race.