DOVER, Del.--- The sport's leading driver,, piloted On The Cusp to her second win in a row stepping up and besting six foes to win the $20,000 Mares Open pace at Dover Downs on Dr. Martin Luther King day, Monday, Jan.20 program.
Callahan, who streak of three consecutive four-win days at the track came to an end on a day when he only drove two winners, steered On The Cusp to a 1:53.1 success in the week's female feature pace.and Kapildeo Singh own the seven-year-old daughter of -Headline Hanover who registered her 20th lifetime victory. She has now earned $269,477 in purses. Cooking The Books came storming down the lane with to finish second. Jeremes Sweetheart cut out the pace for Ron Pearce and held on in the four-horse finish for third.
Lloyd's Lady, a four-year-old byfrom the legendary Delaware-mare Sanabelle Island, got up at 21- for to win the $15,000 4&5-Year-Old Mares pace in 1:53.1. Beechwood Diana ( ) took second in front of Winbak Speedi ( ). In deep stretch it appeared the fast closing Mindale's Smile ( Jr.) would win but a short distance from the finish line, she shied in and briefly locked wheels and broke stride.
, , , trainer Trish Foulk and owners Foulk Racing and had two wins each.
On Tuesday, weather permitting, The Dragon is the program pick in the $20,000 4&5-Year-Old Claiming Allowance feature race while Jake's Spur seeks to extend a win streak in the $15,000 Male Claiming pace sub-feature.
by Marv Bachrad for Dover Downs