Spend It All takes F&M Dover Pace again!

09:01 AM 17 Dec 2013 NZDT
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Spend It All and driver Jim Morand win again

Dover, Del--- Spend It All beat the top female pacers at Dover Downs for the second straight week to win the $20,000 Filly and Mares Open pace on Monday, Dec. 15.

The only three-year-old in the field of nine, Spend It All won for the 16th time in 28 outings recording a 1:51.4 clocking equaling her lifetime fastest. Jim Morand was at the controls for trainer Les Givens as the Tell All-Dream Card sophomore, owned by Brooke Givens and Steve Head, extended her career earnings to $139,790. As last week, Jeremes Sweetheart and Vic Kirby were right behind in second with San Fran Lady N and Tony Morgan, third.

Vic Kirby piloted Air Miles Hanover to a 1:53.4 score in a $15,000 3,4&5-Year-Old Filly and Mare pace. Make Magic (Trace Tetrick) was second in front of Mindale's Smile (Ben Stafford Jr.) The win was the fourth of the season for the three-year-old daughter of Western Ideal-Artaffection trained by Leigh Raymer for Crawford Partners.

Vic Kirby drove three wins, Jim Morand, Corey Callahan and trainer Les Givens had two winners each.

This week Tuesday through Thursday racing begins at 4:30 p.m. The annual Dover Downs Christmas Holiday Break begins on Dec. 20 through Dec. 28. Live Racing resumes on Sunday, Dec. 29 with post time at 5:30 p.m.

Twin $20,000 features on Tuesday

A pair of $20,000 Claiming pace top the Tuesday, Dec. 17 card at Dover Downs. Post time is 4:30 p.m.

In one G.A. Wilfong, R.S. Van Horn and Legacy Racing Of DE’s  three-year-old Cactus Bill drew the rail with Allan Davis with Toby and trainer-driver Jason Lynch’s C’mon Buzz Off, a winner last week, alongside. Cappy Stable’s Eyes Only For You and Trace Tetrick is fresh from a big effort last week. Josh Parker and Nanticoke Racing’s Sir Globalop Z Tam, driven by Eddie Davis Jr., drops down a notch in price as does Troy and Todd Tribbett’s Alittleaintenough, piloted by Ross Wolfenden.

Joe Morris’ Tom And Stan, reined by Chris Page, makes his first local start since arriving from Scarborough Downs. Mike and Ed Reppucci and David Banks Bettor’s Arena with Corey Callahan at the helm. Lauren Allen’s Motley Fool, qualified well, and will be driven by Vic Kirby from post 8.

The second $20,000 Claimer is made up by three-and-four-year-olds.  Leo Lomangino and Lomangino Standardbreds’ On Eagles Wings (Trace Tetrick) was a game second last week. George Teague and K&R Racing’s Here Is The Future (Montrell Teague) has the rail with Bill Emmons’ Bags Of Money (Vic Kirby) in post 2.

The other starters are Freddy Darby’s Terror On My Side (Jonathan Roberts), Ilikethemtrashy (Jim Morand) should enjoy a better inside post, Angela Coombs’ Jamaican Cowboy( George Dennis), Hotspeed (Chris Page) for owners A.A. Capone and the Roberto brothers and Tina Clark’s Little Man Joe (Corey Callahan) dropping down in claiming price.

by Marv Bachrad for Dover Downs



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