Day At The Track

Wiz Kids Stable takes two DSBF divisions

05:28 PM 15 Oct 2013 NZDT
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Seboomook Fool Yah
Seboomook Fool Yah

HARRINGTON, Del. - Three $20,000 divisions of the Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) stakes for 2-year-old pacing fillies were contested Monday at Harrington Raceway.

Owner Frank Deliberti's The Wiz Kids Stable had an owner double, capturing two divisions as I'm Won Rum Wiser, co-owned by George and Tina Dennis, improved to 3-for-3 lifetime and completed a sweep of her eliminations with a 1:57.4 triumph. The Headmaster filly prevailed by neck over Crushed Again and Santa Baby. I'm Won Rum Wiser was driven by her co-owner and trainer George Dennis.

Meanwhile, first time starter Jonigold ($23.40, Bart Dalious) burst on the scene with a win in 1:59.4. Also sired by Headmaster, she assumed command approaching the quarter mile and never looked back in her win over Treasure Valley and Hen's Playmate. Jonigold was trained by Dalious.

The third division was the fastest on the program and won by Garnet O'Marrow's Seboomook Fool Yah ($2.10, Allan Davis) who was an overwhelming favorite in her front end win over Mommom's Little C and Aggie's Dream. The daughter of Gambler's Dream notched her third win in five lifetime starts for trainer Wayne Givens.

Davis had a driving triple, including a win in the $19,000 Open with Rock On Moe ($6.40) in 1:52. The 5-year-old Rocknroll Hanover gelding earned his 11th win of the year and surpassed $100,000 in seasonal earnings.

Dennis won two races on the night to force a current tie in the driver standings with three-time defending driving champion Ross Wolfenden at 133 wins. Davis is just one back in the standings with seven race nights remaining in the 2013 Harrington meet.

Former Harrington driving champ Tony Morgan had three winners.


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