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Cinder Rock fastest in DSBF Series

12:10 PM 01 Jul 2020 NZST
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Cinder Rock and driver Allan Davis
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HARRINGTON, DE - Legacy Racing of Delaware's Cinder Rock ($2.20, Allan Davis) was the fastest of three $20,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) second leg divisions for 3-year-old harness racing pacing fillies Tuesday at Harrington Raceway.

Trained by Wayne Givens, the Rockabillie-Cinderella filly left little doubt in her 10 length score over Kit Kat Joy and Spin Sumthin. It was her 7th lifetime win in 9 starts. After being upset in her round one elimination, Cinder Rock quickly rebounded this week to establish herself as the one to beat in next week's $100,000 final.

George Minner's Sweet Lil ($5.20, Tony Morgan) completed a sweep of her eliminations with a narrow win over She's Got The Lynx in 1:58 in the first division. The Art Director-Blissful Lil mare regained the lead in deep stretch for a slim victory. Emma was third. Trained by Sheldon Powell, the lightly raced sophomore remained unbeaten in two career starts. The win also gave Morgan, who had three wins, a sweep of the early daily double.

Tina Clark's Dragon My Fannie ($9.40, Art Stafford Jr.) was a front end winner in 1:59 in the third and final division over Spinferno and Bashful Smile. The Art Director-Dragon Woman led throughout for her first career win for trainer Bobby Clark. It was one of three wins on the card for Stafford Jr., two of which were trained by his brother Andrew. Allan Davis and Victor Kirby each had two wins.

The $100,000 DSBF finals will be the week of July 6-8. The pacing colts/geldings will be up on Monday (July 6), the pacing fillies on Tuesday (July 7) and trotters on Wednesday July 8.

by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway

 


 

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