and trainer Tim Crissman combined for a driver-trainer triple while and also won three races on the card.
Crissman Inc.'s Steady Pulse, an altered son of Quick Pulse Mindale-Topless Hall scooted away from post 2 to take the lead and then was never headed in a 1:54.1 victory in the first of two $9.500 Delaware 4&5-Year-Old paces.piloted the Tim Crissman trainee to his initial win of the year. The even-money favorite held off Pantheon Seelster ( ) by a neck at the finish with Suits (Jack Parker Jr.), the only three-year-old in the field third.
In the other co-feature, Charger went at favorite As Bad As Thunder on the backstretch before edging to the front at the three-quarters on the way to a 1:52.4 decision forby Marv Bachrad, for Dover Downs . Grab The Fortune (Vic Kirby) closed to finish second while Panfully Cool ( ) took show money.