DOVER, Del. ---- Broadies Song drops down in class to lead one of two $9,500 Male paces on Sunday, Feb. 23 at Dover Downs.
In the first section,is teamed with Broadies Song, owned by Kathleen Wyatt, Dorothy Parker and JJ&M Stable, raced for a $25,000 tag last week and draws a good post this time. As Bad As Thunder and driver had a lot of road trouble last start for owner Elizabeth Brittingham. Bill Ethier and LeBlanc Racing's Polaris N, who has been close in most of his races this season, will be driven by Roger Plante. Panfully Cool with racing for Max Walton and Greg Papaleo, leaves from post 1.
The lone winner last time out in the field of nine is's Wee Brother N, piloted by , drew post 8. Bob Short's Charger, with driving this time, finished a strong finishing second in his last. The rest of the field is made up by Bill Emmons' Grab The Fortune and Vic Kirby, Laurent Hanover, driver and owners Jeff and John O'Donnell and trainer Jim McGuire, along with returnee from New Jersey, Night Flight and for owners Henry Faragalli Jr. and III, Belle Bauman, and trainer Del Cote.
In the second division, Frank Chick's Ideal American (Dennis) seeks asuccess. Virginia Louthan's homebred Go Big Spinder has won two of his last three starts. George Teague's Thetruthaboutdavid ( ) has also been sharp. Shrew Magoo ( ) makes his first pari-mutuel start since last September and has post 1.
The other starters are's White Sportscoat (Wolfenden); Lloyd Hickman's JJ Nitro (Kirby); Chris Short's Company After Six ( ); Joan Dennis' Shop Talk ( ) and So Unexpected (Davis), from post 9 in the second tier for Paul and trainer Lorie Davis.
Sunday post time is 5:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday; post time is 4:30 p.m. Each Friday and Saturday, the track will be dark for racing. On Sunday, races begin at 5:30 p.m.
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