HARRINGTON, Del. - Garnet O'Marrow's Seboomook Fool Yah ($6.20,) set a new track record Tuesday night at Harrington Raceway for 3-year-old pacing fillies with a 1:52.2 triumph.
The daughter of Gamblers Dream settled off a hotly contested pace in which Derek Delight parked Angelwithanattitude, while Seboomook Fool Yah gathered momentum following a brisk half-mile in 54.3 seconds. "Fool" swept by the leaders to three-quarters in 1:24 and opened up four lengths at the wire.
Trained by, Seboomook Fool Yah notched her seventh win of the year and broke one of the longest standings records at Harrington, which was previously held by Ireneonthemove (1:52.3) set in 2006.
had four winners on the program, one of which was aboard the red hot My Ideal Hanover ($2.80), who prevailed in 1:52.4 for her fourth straight win in the $17,000 Mares Open. Owned by Jason Johnson, the 5-year-old mare was a front-stepping winner over Springforth and Grandview Hanover. Trained by Jay Gannon, My Ideal Hanover boosted her seasonal bankroll to nearly $50,000.
Davis had a driving triple. Jon Roberts had a double.
by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway