Giddyallyougot got only one call, that was the final one to win the $15,500 4 & 5-Year-Old harness racing feature on Sunday, Jan. 29 at Dover Downs.
Matt Kakaley found pacing room in deep stretch to get Ronald Davis’ Giddyallyougot through to the wire at 9-1 odds. The four-year-old-Pocketybookchampion gelding edged Fool Of Ideas (Tim Tetrick) and early leader Rockin Robert (Ross Wolfenden) for his first victory of the year.
Jim King’s Idealist gave Tim Tetrick his first win of the day stepping up to the $20,000 Delaware Claiming Allowance class for a 1:53.1 victory. Zepplin Blue Chip (Allan Davis) was runner-up. The Quiet Village (Tony Morgan) finished third.
Driver Tony Morgan and owner-trainer Bob Reeser hooked up for two wins when a pair of three-year-old filly pacers made it to the winner’s circle. Allstar Cheer, a daughter of-Pleasant Journey won a 3,4&5-Year-Old pace in 1:57 and two races later Timmy Lynn, by -Armbro Winter, registered a 1:56.2 score in a second division.
Also two-race winners on the card were Jim Morand, Daryl Bier, Tim Tetrick and Jon Roberts.
Monday through Thursday post time is 4:30 p.m. There is no live racing on Fridays and Saturdays. Racing resumes on Sunday at 1 p.m.
Simulcasting of top harness and thoroughbred racing and NFL three-game parley wagering is open daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Racing and Sports Book in the Colonnade. Admission and parking is free at Dover Downs. Reservations are suggested for those wishing to dine in the Winner’s Circle Restaurant. Dial 302-674-4600.