Whether it's managing commercial properties on Long Island or horses at the Meadowlands, Bobby Chasanoff, his father Michael Chasanoff and uncle Allan Chasanoff have found the key to success.

The Chasanoffs, regular fans at Roosevelt Raceway in Garden City, N.Y., bought their first standardbred more than 20 years ago. Since then, the Chasanoffs' Alnoff Stable has owned Chiola Hanover, trotter of the year in 1979, and Armbro Dazzler, winner of harness racing's richest 2-year-old filly race, the $1 million Sweetheart Pace at the Meadowlands in 1984.

This year, another of the stable's fillies, So Cozy, has produced a big return by winning the Sweetheart last month in 1:55 1/5 for the mile. So Cozy will race in the Lady Baltimore for 2-year old fillies at Freestate Raceway Saturday night.

So Cozy exemplifies the quality that the 75-horse Alnoff Stable is trying to attain, according to Bobby Chasanoff.

"She's a sister to Follow My Star {1985 2-year-old filly of the year and also a Sweetheart winner}. She was the most beautiful yearling we'd ever seen."

At $325,000, So Cozy is also the most expensive filly the group has purchased. "We thought she'd go for $200,000 to $220,000. But we wanted her," said Bobby Chasanoff. The filly already has earned $532,943 with seven victories.

"The great thing about her is that she loves to race. She thrives on work," said the younger Chasanoff. "She's not a temperamental filly."

Chasanoff has mapped out more races for So Cozy after the Lady Baltimore, taking her to Freehold, N.J., and Lexington, Ky., in September and then back to Freestate on Oct. 3 for the Breeders Crown. His goal is for So Cozy to be the first filly to win both the Sweetheart and Breeders Crown, and to break Caressable's one-year earnings record of $895,527 for 2-year-old fillies.

Delmarva Downs, near Ocean City, will hold a Super Saturday card this weekend, offering some of the best racing in the track's history. There will be an invitational pace and trot, the latter of which has drawn Go Get Lost, who has raced in the first two trotting Triple Crown events this year. Delmarva's average handle and attendance are up about 10 percent from last year.