Stagecoach Holdup salutes at 'The Downs'

02:13 AM 04 Feb 2011 NZDT
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A Badlands Special and Ross Wolfenden Stagecoach Holdup and Tim Curtin
A Badlands Special and Ross Wolfenden - Notch a 1:54.3 victory
Stagecoach Holdup and Tim Curtin - Won first $14,000 4&5-Year-Old pace with a 1:54.1

Stagecoach Holdup proved a success in one of two $14,000 Thursday, Feb.3 co-harness racing features at Dover Downs. Driver Tim Curtin and trainer Eli Scott continue as a recent winning team when Stagecoach Holdup recorded his second-straight victory in the first $14,000 4&5-Year-Old pace with a 1:54.1 triumph.

Joe and JoAnn Thomson bred-and-own the altered son of JK Outlaw-Jennys Money, now two-for-three in 2011. Bergerac (Ron Pierce) played bridesmaid in the field of eight pacers with Mattgician (Tony Morgan) third.

In the second part of the co-feature, A Badlands Special and Ross Wolfenden stormed down the lane to notch a 1:54.3 victory Kelly Moore and Kyle Walters own the Badlands Hanover-J’s Special gelding trained by Eddie Moore. Perfect Gentleman (George Dennis) closed with a rush to finish second. Elegance N Luck (Matt Kakaley) was the show horse. .

Drivers Ron Pierce, Jim Morand and owner Carter Racing Stable had three wins each. Ross Wolfenden and trainer Bobby Myers produced two winners apiece.

No live racing this week on Friday and Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 6. Saturday racing begins at 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday post time is 4:30 p.m. Parking and admission is free. Reservations are suggested for the Winner's Circle Restaurant 302-674-4600.

Marv BACHRAD

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