David Mattice
Assistant to the Director of Publicity
Phone: 585-742-9234
FARMINGTON, N.Y.–Trainer Bruce D. Anderson notched his 1000th career win at Finger Lakes Gaming and Racetrack on Monday, June 12. He reached the milestone when Sisters for Ever scored a narrow victory in the sixth race under jockey Joshua Navarro.

Anderson has been a trainer at Finger Lakes since 1980. He achieved 992 of his 1000 wins at his home track

The Pittsfield, Massachusetts native has a total of eight stakes victories, including six with Rosie’s Buddy during the late 90’s. Anderson and fellow owner Jack Ryan made a total of $248,835 with Rosie’s Buddy after purchasing him for $3,900 in 1993.

Sisters for Ever was a first time starter bred by Bruce and owned by his wife, Judy. The debutante was far back early, but completed a dramatic rally to win by a nose at odds of 23-1.

About Finger Lakes Gaming & Racetrack: In operation since 1962, the facility added gaming to its offering in 2004 and expanded again in 2013 by adding 33,000 square feet with a $12 million expansion. Nearly two million visitors annually now visit the facility highlighted by over 1,500 gaming machines, the 448-seat Vineyard Buffet, Remedy Bar & Lounge, as well as live and simulcast thoroughbred racing. Gaming doors open at 8 a.m. and racing doors open at 11:30 a.m. daily. For more information, visit
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