Day At The Track

Freedom Crossing and Callahan too strong

02:33 AM 27 Nov 2012 NZDT
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Freedom Crossing and Corey Callahan led Corey Callahan
Freedom Crossing and Corey Callahan led - from go-to-woe winning the $16,500 Mares Open pace in 1:52.1
Corey Callahan

Queenstown (Maryland) harness racing driver Corey Callahan led at the start and victory was never in doubt as Freedom Crossing scored a 1:52.1 triumph in the $16,500 Mares Winners-Open pace at Dover Downs on Monday (November 26).

Callahan completed the card with four winners while trainer Wayne Givens had a triple.

Freedom Crossing dictated all the fractions while recording her third win of the season for Bay Pond Racing.

Wayne Givens conditions the Artiscape-Bunker To Bunker five-year-old who now has earned $62,010 this year and $237,361 in her career. Rock N Load (Roger Plante) sat second the entire mile. Lorrie Please (Tim Tetrick) got up for third.

Grant Wilfong and Legacy Racing Of DE's Pacific Date, driven by Allan Davis, shook off a stubborn challenge from Positive Post (Tim Tetrick) on the backstretch and continued on for a 1:54.1 victory in the sub-feature $15,000 3,4&5-Year-Old Filly and Mares pace.

The win was the Panspacificflight-Art Date four-year-old's forth win of the season and first since arriving from Indiana earlier this month. Timmylynn (Tony Morgan) and My Ideal Hanover (Vic Kirby) finished second and third respectively.

Corey Callahan had four winners and trainer Wayne Givens haltered three winners. Daryl Bier, Tim Tetrick and Allan Davis had two driving wins.

The first of this season's $100,000 DSBF finals, for two-year-old filly trotters, tops the Tuesday program.

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