Tagyoureit Hanover puts his two-race win streak on the line in the $27,500 Open/Handicap trot on Wednesday, March 7 feature. Harness racing post time is 4:30 p.m.
Two weeks ago,Tagyoureit Hanover stormed to victory from off the pace. Last week Matt Kakaley put the veteran, owned by Ken Wood, Toby Rekoon, Brian Gordon and Stew Goldberg, right to the front on the way to victory.
Mandabra, racing for C.A. Bonuccelli, Shaun and trainer Nick Callahan, enjoyed a perfect 2-hole trip but driver Corey Callahan could get only to within a neck of the winner. Jeff Bartels’ The Budster was race favorite and had to settle for third. Chris Giaccio’s Allmar Surprise and driver Victor Kirby finished third beaten only a half-length.
Steve Anderson’s fast finishing mare Sea Raven won last week’s Open trot and steps up with Ron Pierce holding the lines. The other contenders are Joe Muscara’s former New Zealand champion Lets Get Serious N with George Dennis, Kathy Ratcliff and Jerry Zosel’s fast closing Don’t Know Chip, trained and driven by Vince Copeland and Chris Giaccio’s Allmar Surprise handled by Vic Kirby.
Heading a strong undercard in a $16,000 trot. Both Chasing Paper and Josh Green’s Struttin Conway (Tony Morgan) and Kristal Dream (Ron Pierce) racing for Mike Lipman and Dave Postman are fresh from victories.
J&E Stable’s Go Nano Go (Ron Pierce) leaves from the rail with Dave Neilson’s hard-hitting Dave Neilson’s Gurf (Allan Davis), alongside. Not to be overlooked are Amy and Stew Oldford’s Nordic Venture (Vince Copeland),v Fred Hertrich’s Allamerican Cheer (Ross Wolfenden), Doug Sipple’s The Shepard (Roger Plante), Mike Gannon ‘s one-time Delaware champion Par Done My Putt (Corey Callahan) and Beaver Creek Farm’s Justherighttouch (Chris Page).
Monday through Thursday, first post is 4:30 p.m. There is no live racing on Fridays and Saturdays. Sunday racing now starts at 1 p.m. Parking and admission are free. Reservations are suggested for the Winner's Circle Restaurant 302-674-4600.