In the first $14,500 Mares 4&5-Year-Old Winners-Over section, two starters Rich Ashley and Mike Cain's Beechwood Diana, driven by, and Bob Tribbett's Rachelle's Beat with , lead the eight-horse field. Tim Mumford's Romanascape and will leave from the rail with Grandview Hanover, owned by Don Reed and trainer George Wagner, with in the bike, starts alongside.
Bay Pond Racing's Winbak Speedi andfinished second in her last two outings, both times losing by a head. Joel and Diane Halpern's good closing Mindale's Smile with Jr.; Keith Pippi's All Terror will have the services of ; and Howard and Josh Kauffman's Derek Delight drew post 8 with Track Tetrick driving.
JK Letitgo (Callahan) brings a two-race front-end win streak into the other $14,500 distaff for owns Parker, Spedden, Evans and Nanticoke Racing. Make Magic () racing for Tom Kemp gets a better post. Carter Racing and trainer Bobby Myers ( ) shows consecutive third-place finishes. Matinee Dragon (Stafford Jr.), owned by breeder Ed Gold and , after starting from the outside in her last two races drew post 1 this time. Legacy Racing's Bonita Rocks (Davis) leaves alongside.
The rest of the field includes CG's Serious, owned by Carol Parker and trainer-driver Jack Parker, has two wins in her last three starts; Katherine Bardis and George Teague's Lloyd's Lady () and Glenda Fulcher's Bareboat (Roger Plante) must overcome leaving from the outside.
Cams Art takes Sunday feature at Dover
Cams Art, a standout juvenile in the Delaware Breeders Fund events,.has regained his winning touch taking his third win of the meet scoring a 1:51.4 victory in the $9,500 Male pace at Dover Downs on Sunday, Feb. 16.
With Bret Brittingham in the bike, the Jeanne and Morgan McInnis homebred Cams Fortune-My Foolish Art gelding, trained by their son Ryan McInnis, romped home and easy winner. Charger (Trace Tetrick), an 8-1 shot was second with Polaris N (Ron Pierce) getting show money in the nine-horse field.
Tim Tetrick had a driving triple, Bret Brittingham and Ron Pierce had two wins each. Trainers Bobby Meyers and Jim King also had doubles.
by Marv Bachrad for Dover Downs