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King's Stealing Bases completes DSBF sweep

12:26 PM 08 Oct 2020 NZDT
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Stealing Bases and driver Victor Kirby
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Big Al M and driver Eddie Davis, Jr.
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Kim's Command and driver Allan Davis
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Subban and driver Montrell Teague
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HARRINGTON, DE - Delaware's top 2-year-old harness racing pacers and trotters were showcased Wednesday in four $100,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) final events at Harrington Raceway.

Jo Ann Looney-King's Stealing Bases ($3.40, Victor Kirby) completed a sweep of the pacing filly division with a 1:57.4 triumph in her final for trainer Jim King Jr. The Roddy's Bags Again filly was under confident handling from Kirby, as she gained steadily with a first over charge and wore down leader Cinder's Baby for her third straight win. Cinder's Baby was second with Uptown Lover third.

 

Bobby Myers' Big Al M ($3.80, Eddie Davis Jr.) kicked things off with a 2:00.2 win in the final for male trotters. The Anders Bluestone gelding let throughout and was a one length winner over Altar Call and Blue Devil. Trained by Eric Davis, Big Al M was won 2-of-4 lifetime starts.

Kim Caulder's Kim's Command ($6, Allan Davis) was an impressive 2:02.4 winner in the filly trotting final. The Cr Commando filly assumed control near the opening quarter mile and never relented in her 2 length score over Designer's Edge and Amy Wil. Trained by John Wilkerson, it was the filly's first career win.

In the male pacing final, Mst Racing and George Teague's Subban ($8.20, Montrell Teague) was a one length winner over Marvelous Winner and Syndergaard. Race favorite Z's Dream made an early break, while Subban marched through every call on top, despite heavy pressure from Marvelous Winner. He won in 2:00.1. Trained by Clyde Francis, the Southwind Lynx colt notched his second career win.

Later on the card, Letstrytowgleagain ($2.60, Teague) had an auspicious local debut with a 1:57.1 maiden win. The Mr. Wiggles colt is a full brother to 2015 Horse of the Year and local favorite Wiggle It Jiggleit.

Allan Davis had 3 wins on the card. Russell Foster and Teague each had a double.

by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway

 


 

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