Day At The Track

Fool Like A Fool makes seasonal winning debut

02:07 PM 14 Mar 2017 NZDT
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DOVER, Del.--- It took his ninth start of the year to get $1,1-million harness racing winner Fool Like A Fool to make his seasonal winning debut with meet leading driver Corey Callahan in the bike posting a1:52.1 victory on Monday, March 13 at Dover Downs.

Feel Like A Fool was strongest in the stretch outdueling Major Starlight (Sean Bier) to score his 31st career triumph raising his lifetime earnings to $1,173,968. Bobby Clark conditions the Art Major-Fool That I Am gelding owned by Kovach Stables. Black Aquila A. (Frank Milby finished third.

The victory was the third of the day for Callahan who drove L&J Racing's Lyons Johnny, trained by Josh Green, to victory in 1:53 after leading off the program stering Breakaway Stable's Nantucket Red home in 1:54.1 in the first race for trainer Nick Callahan.

Tony Morgan also had a driving double.

DISMISSAL LOOKS TO RETURN TO WINNING FOR IN TUESDAY FEATURE

Following near misses in her last two outings, Dismissal, second by a neck after being second by a head, seeks to return to four consecutive winning form earlier this year, in the $ $15,000 4&5-Year-Old distaff feature at Dover Downs on Tuesday, March 14 at Dover Downs. Post Time is 4:30 p.m.

Owned by CTC Stable, Dismissal will return to driver Corey Callahan who was in the bike for all of her four earlier wins. This time though, Dismissal will have to start from outside post 8. To her inside is Forrest Bartlett’s sharp Barefoot Julie who been afflicted with secondites. In February all four of her starts resulted in second-place finishes. Tim Tetrick will drive her in this one. Last week, Gerard McDonald’s American Filly came on in the stretch to score a 1:53 win. She will be driven by Vic Kirby.

On Your Six, racing for David Banks and Layfield Horses with Allan Davis steering, spent much of her last start racing second on the outside then held on to finish third beaten only by two-lengths. Bad Lightning, with Art Stafford Jr. drew the rail for owners Josh Parker and Nanticoke Racing with Pandaman Sea and Sean Bier alongside. Completing the lineup are Lou Catana and Vince Bradley’s In The Shadows and Benda Teague’s homebred Wiggle It J with Jim Morand, finally getting an inside post.   

The is a competitive group of female paces on the Tuesday program.

Monday through Thursday live racing begins at 4:30 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays are ‘dark days’ at the track. Fine food is available while watching the races at the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600.

Marv Bachrad

 

 

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