Day At The Track

Outlaw, City Kid put win streaks on the line

06:56 AM 01 Mar 2012 NZDT
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Outlaw and Corey Callahan prove to smart
Outlaw and Corey Callahan prove to smart - winning in 1:58.2.

Outlaw puts a three race win streak on the line while City Kid, a winner of two straight, match strides in the $16,000 3,4&5-Year-Old trot on Thursday, March 1 at Dover Downs. Post time is 4:30 p.m. In only five lifetime starts Outlaw, a Muscles Yankee-Ferrari Of gelding, has won four including his last three outing for owners Dolly Callahan and Erica Hanley.

 The Dylan Davis trainee will be driven by Matt Kakaley. City Kid has started off his four-year-old season well with two straight wins. Vince Copeland trains and drives the Indiana-bred for Jerry Zosel and Kathy Ratcliff. Howard and Linda Dege’s Photorama with Tony Morgan has a pair of seconds and two thirds this year. Terry Kibler and Scott Woogen’s Suwanee River drew the rail with John Wagner in the bike.

The other starters are Carter and LeBlanc racings’ Hollywood Rusty and Brad Hanners; Tyler, W2 Holdings, Chambers Racing and trainer Paul Chambers’ Tropic Storm piloted by Ross Wolfenden; Carol and Jim Atkinson’s The Dude Abides with Tim Curtin, Bill Clark’s Do It For Annie handled by Jim Morand and Don Marine’s Party Allstar leaving from post 9 in the second tier with Allan Davis.

Fearless Diablo (Matt Kakaley) makes his way back from a couple of starts at the Meadowlands as the favorite in the $11,400 3,4&5-Year-Old pace topping the undercard. Carter Racing’s Rusty’s No Fool (Brad Hanners) won his last time out. Iron Train made a big effort last start for driver Bret Brittingham and his mother Elizabeth Brittingham.

The rest of the field includes Robbins Next Farm’s Successful Appeal (Sean Bier), Onery Inc.’s Princely Assest (Ross Wolfenden), Bob Shana’s Capers And Lemons (Allan Davis) from the rail with Don Marine’s Thinkitoveronetime (Tony Morgan) alongside. Tom Edge’s Sergeant Slade (George Dennis) completes the lineup.

There is no live racing Friday and Saturday. Sunday post time is 1 p.m. Monday through Thursday racing is 4:30 p.m. Enjoy watching the races in the Dover Downs Restaurant. Seating reservations are suggested. Call 302-674-4600. Harness and Thoroughbred Simulcasting daily12 Noon until 12 Midnight at Dover Downs Race and Sports Book in the Colonnade. There is no charge for parking or admission at Dover Downs.


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