made a strong move from fourth to first on the backstretch and then romped to his fifth straight win of the 2014 season, a 1:50 mile on a sloppy track, for owners Rich Lombardo and Baron Racing. The -Dancewiththebest six-year-old has been a convincing winner in each race during the streak. For the time Texican N ( ) had to settle for second-place honors. Adventure Bound (Vic Kirby) finished third in the field reduced to five starters after Special Forces was scratched.
As last Thursday, All Stienam came from off-the-pace to win the $27,500 Delaware Special, this time in 1:52.4 withdriving the -Odds On Stienam gelding for JJ&M Stable and Green Racing. Sunshine Superman (Toby Lynch), the leader, and Fool Like A Fool ( ), alongside, cut out the fraction until turning down the land. All Stienam, as he did a week ago, flashed down the lane for his fourth win with a second this season.
Feel Like A Fool finished a game second while Full Of Sand () edging Sunshine Superman for third. Program favorite Mustang Art was scratched.
Lindwood Player andcame on strong to win the $17,500 4&5-Year-Old Open in 1:52. The five-year-old -Direct Player is owned by Mike Casilino and trainer . Ice Scraper (Roger Plante) was second in front of Just Bettor ( ). A Sweet Ride and Rage N Ryan did not start.
A Cool Card closed strongly to score a 1:51.2 victory in a $15,500 Male Winners-Over pace. It marked Callahan's second win on the card.trains the -Annie You're A Card gelding for Duffy, Paymag and Shim Racing and Mystical Marker Farms. Artists Rally ( ) and Beavercreek Artist (Pierce) was second and third respectively. Dirty Devil was scratched.
In $15,000 races, Jim Whalen's 8-1 Varsity Hanover (Kim Vincent) in 1:53.4 and Crissman Inc.'s Fancy Colt () in 1:52.4 were winners.
and drove three wins; , , trainers and and owner Nanticoke Racing had doubles
Horsemen acclaimed Track Superintendent Jerry Clifton for his preparation of the track for racing following a six-inch snowfall.
by Marv Bachrad, for Dover Downs