Delivered From Zin got back on the winning trail in the $30,000 Preferred pace while Broadies Song wins first for new harness racing owners in $30,000 Delaware Special paces on Monday, Jan. 23 over a 'sloppy' track at Dover Downs.
Corey Callahan moved Howard Taylor’s Delivered From Zin out on the backstretch and quickly got to the front before the final turn en route to a convincing 1:50.4 triumph in this week’s Preferred edition. Kiss My Art came on for Ron Pierce to take second in front of Jeremy’s Successor and Sean Bier in the select field of six. The win was the second for driver Corey Callahan and trainer Dylan Davis. Delivered From Zin now has won $451,754 lifetime.
After finishing third in his first start since arriving from Canada, Broadies Song was second last week and with David Miller in the bike the altered son of-Hawaiian Dancer trained and co-owned by Josh Green with Paper Chase and Dorothy Parker, scored his first win on this side of the border recording a 1:51.3 victory capping off the event with a :27.2 final panel to best Catchmecullen A (Tim Curtin), second and Nova Artist (Allan Davis), third. The win extends Broadies Song’s career bankroll to $316,249.
Frank Bellino’s Southwestern Dream dropped down from the Preferred ranks to notch a strong 1:53.4 victory in the $23,000 Open pace. David Miller drove the Bruce Saunders conditioned gelded son of-Lady Of Art outlasting Dirty Devil (Matt Kakaley) rolling down the passing lane to nip Fancyfreeshark (Jon Roberts) for second-place honors. Southwestern Dream has now earned $788,452 lifetime.
Braden has not been beaten since Nov. 16 adding six straight trips to the winner’s circle with Jon Roberts reining for owner-trainer Bobby Glassmeyer. The four-year-old gelding by Art’s Chip-Tammy C Tresa. The 1:53.3 win, in a $16,000 4&5-Year-Old pace, was the second on the card for the driver and trainer. High Joltage (Ben Stafford) passed horses on the backs stretch to come up to challenge the winner on the last turn but had to settle for second. Putnams Art (Corey Callahan) took third honors.
In another $16,000 pace for young horses Corey Callahan and trainer Dylan Davis teamed up for Win A New Day, scoring a 1:53.1 verdict for Mike Casalino and conditioner Davis. PT Storm (Jim Morand) got up for second with Tar Micket (Brad Hanners) third.
Another horse on a win streak is JoAnn King and Tom Kemp’s Panfully Cool with a sixth consecutive victory. Jim King took advantage of starting from post 1 and closed along the passing lane for a 1:52.2 decision in a $16,500 Male Winners-Over pace. Claimed at Chest in late November, Panfully Cool has yet to be beaten for his present owners. Arctic Warrior (David Miller) led until the finals strides, finished second. Rusty’s All In (Ron Pierce) closed well for third-place.
Brad Hanners hustled Ron Short’s Charger past Mosee Terror (Corey Callahan) in deep stretch to win a second $16,500 Male Winners-Over in 1:53. Malosi N (Tim Curtin) was the show finisher.
Corey Callahan finished the day with three winners to advance his meet total to 143 winning drives. . A pair of $16,500 Mares Winners-Over pace highlight the Tuesday program at Dover Downs.
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