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HARRINGTON, Del - Locally-owned I Like My Boss ($10, Allan Davis) notched his 19th harness racing win in 36 career starts Wednesday at Harrington Raceway with a 1:55.1 win in the $16,000 Open Trot. Owned by Bob Shahan with Jimmy and Ashley Parsons, all from Harrington, the 4-year-old Don Boss Vita gelding sat in the pocket throughout behind pacesetting favorite Traverse Seelster. 'Boss' bided his time until mid stretch when he edged clear of the favorite and hit the wire first. I Like My Boss is trained by co-owner Shahan and made headlines last season after going unbeaten in his first 16 career starts. Driver Davis was coming off a four win night on Tuesday and followed it with a three win night Wednesday. Trainer Josh Green won the first three races on the program, with the first two driven by Victor Kirby. Green took the daily double with trotters My Fire Cloud Too ($3.20, Kirby) and Aventure ($3.40, Kirby), before winning the third with pacer Nicholas Ryan ($3.80, Jason Thompson). Kirby finished the program with four winners, following a three-win night Tuesday. Callam Racing's Spunky Jack ($4.40, Roger Plante Jr.) won the sub-featured with a front end triumph in 1:57. The 6-year-old Super Punk gelding held off all comers in notching his 17th career win. In the card's 12th race, Art Brewer II's Sharky Osborne ($114, Davis) won his 62nd career race at age 14. The altered son of Cam's Card Shark surged late to prevail at odds of 56-to-1. It was his 315th career start. Standardbreds are ineligible to compete at age 15 or older. Blackhorse Six Stable's trotter Pittstop Kip ($13, Montrell Teague) had an auspicious Harrington debut with a wire-to-wire win from post eight in 1:57.4 for trainer Phil Goldwater. It was one of two wins on the program for Teague, who had a driving double. Teague had a productive morning as well after qualifying undefeated standout pacer Wiggleitjiggleit, owned by his father George Teague Jr., over the Harrington half-mile in a sharp 1:53. Matt Sparacino        

HARRINGTON, Del. - Harrington Raceway will open its doors for its 69th consecutive season of live harness racing Monday with a 14-race program beginning at 5:30 p.m. In celebration of opening day, there will be $1 hot dogs in the lower grandstand as well as $1 live racing programs. A hat giveaway (while supplies last) will also commence at 5 p.m. on the first floor of the grandstand. A $15,000 Delaware Special is the centerpiece of the program, featuring harness racing's fastest pacer so far in 2015, Daryl Bier's Bandolito (9/5, Bier) who was a dazzling 1:48.1 winner at Dover Downs on March 26. The 5-year-old Ponder stallion will be joined by a deep but compact group of six that includes Frank Chick's Jebswesternshake (7/2, George Dennis), Kovach Stables' Feel Like A Fool (8/1, Allan Davis), Doug Lewis' Mojo Terror (30/1, Jon Roberts), Mary Larrimore's Believe This Bob (6/1, Ross Wolfenden), and Janet Hudson's Just A Jolt (2/1, Victor Kirby). The race is carded as the seventh on the program. Interested bettors should take note of a new bet minimum on the pick four wager (offered in races 3-6, nightly) as Harrington will now offer a 50-cent minimum on the popular multi-race wager. Defending driving champion Allan Davis , who will appear in 13 of 14 races Monday, is expected to be a regular participant at the meet, as is leading trainer Wayne Givens who has two horses entered. The track's marquee event, the Bobby Quillen Memorial will be held September 21 with a new invitational format. Live racing will be conducted on a Monday through Thursday schedule until a six week break on July 9. Matthew Sparacino  

Action aplenty in the Harrah's Philly featured on Friday afternoon. A field of eight harness racing upper-conditioned distaff pacers battled for a purse of $22,000 on a rainy afternoon just south of Philadelphia. The public put their support behind Jeff Bamond Jr trainee Rockaround Sue (Tim Tetrick) who was coming off of a solid outing against tougher from the outside at Yonkers. She was involved in a contested early tempo today, leading after a much disputed half-mile. That's when twenty time winner Mach A Wish (Corey Callahan) made a push for the lead. These two battled at three-quarters with Ron Burke trainee Magic Starlight (Yannick Gingras) drafting behind Mach A Wish. In the stretch however, the battle took its toll on the leaders. Longshot hopeful Ooh Bad Shark (Allan Davis) swung wide off cover to storm by for the improbable win, stopping the clock in 1:53.2 (27.4 last quarter). The 7-year-old daughter of Cam's Card Shark came from seventh at the top of the stretch to win for the 24th time in her career, pushing her earnings to just under $400,000. Mach a Wish finished second, while Magic Starlight was third. Ooh Bad Shark is owned by Donna Fedorak and trainer Bill Wiggins. She paid $70.80 to win. Michael Bozich

DOVER, Del. --- Sweet Rock returned from the Meadowlands last month and has been invincible since rolling off four consecutive wins capped by a 1:51.1 photo finish score in the $27,500 Delaware Special Handicap Thursday, March 19 at Dover Downs. Tim Tetrick won six races to give him 11 in two days. In a driving finish three horses, Sweet Rock had his nose up first for Allan Davis with Mojo Terror and Tim Tetrick second just a head in front of a fast-finishing Just A Jolt and Vic Kirby. Wayne Givens trains the Rocknroll Hanover-Penny For Nickel gelding who now has a 2015 record of four wins in seven races earning $37,150 and $251,981 lifetime. Reggie Hazzard, G.P.Calloway and Legacy Racing own the four-year-old. Howard Taylor's Handsome Henry K responded after a tough parked-out trip last week to score a 1:51.1 victory in the $20,000 Open/Handicap pace. With meet leading driver Corey Callahan at the controls, the Western Ideal-Color Me Beachy gelding, a $324,455 lifetime winner, won for the second time this year. Papa Ray (Eddie Davis Jr.) was runner-up with Lindwood Player (Tetrick) getting up for third. Tetrick used the quickest way home driving race-favorite Contraband Hanover to notch a career fastest 1:51 clocking in the $16,500 Open pace. The win was the second straight and fifth of the year in eight starts for the altered son of Somebeachsomewhere-Castaway. For owner Tom Lazzaro, it was one of two wins during the card. Meet leading trainer haltered four winners. Bandito (Daryl Bier) cut out the fast fractions but had to settle for second-place. Scalped (Montrell Teague) took third money. Tetrick also drove the winner of another $16,500 Open/Handicap, Maddysonofagun, for His folks Mary Alice and Tom Tetrick. Jim King is trainer of the 1:52 winner. A grey gelding by Modern Art-Maddy Girl, the five-year-old bested a tough Four Staces (Corey Callahan) and Ballinrobe (Allan Davis), second and third respectively. In one of two $15,500 4&5-In a $15,500 4&5-Year-Old Male Winners-Over pace, Troy and Todd Tribbett's Ziggy Sky was another winner for Allan Davis. The Stonebridge Regal-Bubeleh gelding was at his fastest with a lifetime record of 1:51.3. Bobbies Power Play (Tony Morgan) was a close second in front of Goldin Parachute (Ross Wolfenden). A 49-1 shot, Cabbie's Delight, a Bettor's Delight-Get A Cab four-year-old, pulled a big surprise for owners Eric Good and trainer Gary Simpson posting a 1:52.3 upset paying $100.20 for a $2 wager. Favorite Star Messenger (Tetrick) was second with A Quick Buck (Morgan) third. Tim Tetrick had six winners, Corey Callahan and trainer Dylan Davis had four wins each. Owner-trainer Arty Foster Jr. and owners Howard Taylor and Tom Lazzaro had two wins each. There is no live racing on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Live racing returns Monday through Thursday with starting time at 4:30 p.m. Now on Thursdays, only, there is a two-for-one entre special the Winner's Circle Restaurant. Each race day, reservations are suggested for those choosing to dine while watching live racing. Call 302-674-4600. There is no charge for parking or for admission at Dover Downs. Simulcasting of leading harness and thoroughbred racing from 12 Noon to 12 Midnight in the Dover Downs Racing and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del.---  Ultra-consistent Cash Cab scored a 1:56.2 victory in the $15,000 Male Claiming pace feature over a ‘sloppy’ track at Dover Downs on scratch-filled Sunday, March 1. Harness racing driver Ron Pierce had a four-bagger. Cash Cab notched his second win to go with four seconds in his last seven starts for owner-trainer Jason Skinner. Allan Davis was in the sulky for the 1:56.2 triumph, a race in which Cash Cab was claimed by trainer Doug Lewis. The Western Ideal-Tricky Tooshie 10-year-old registered his 41st lifetime win raising earnings to $559,994. Sir Globalop Z Tam closed strongly for Eddie Davis Jr. to secure second. Wilbur Z Tam (Trace Tetrick) took third. Bossa Nova Baby was scratched. In a $10,700 4&5-Year-Old Male pace, Ron Pierce picked up his fourth win of the day steering Dawn Webb and trainer Buddy Bright’s Keystone Ryder to victory.    There were only three starters in the 15th race with nine horses being scratched early in the program. Eddie Davis Jr. took 6-5 Ed and Mike Reepucci’s Western Hanover-Sun N Moon gelding, trained by Anastasius Papadolpoulos, right to the front and cut all the fractions in a 1:57 victory. Lyons Meandragon (Roger Plante) and Tom And Stan (Montrell Teague) were second and third. Mike Rossi guided the longshot on the card, winner-trainer Pamela Polk’s Wynnfield Noelle to a 31-1 wire-to-wire victory in 2:01.3. The Life Sizzles-Ladyshooter filly was chased home by Koko Chanel (Art Stafford Jr.) and Sugar Pin (Ron Pierce). Pierce drove four wins, Eddie Davis Jr. had three and Allan Davis had two winners. FOUR MARES SEEK TO EXTEND WINS IN MONDAY DISTAFF Valerya, Taylor Rei, Springford and Jeremes Sweetheart, all winners last start, meet head on in $13,000 Mares Winners-Over pace on Monday, March 2 at Dover Downs. Post time is 4:30 p.m. Valerya was the fastest winner last week as Jonathan Roberts guided the Foulk Stable's seven-year-old to a 1:52 wire-to-wire triumph with a three-seconds allowance. The win was the fourth in her last five outings. MoCoo Inc. and Jonathan Klee Racing's Taylor Rei boasts an impressive record of four wins, three seconds, and a third in eight races on the program. George Dennis drives Springford for owner-trainer Jeff Clark. It was her second win of the campaign. Jeremes Sweetheart and Vic Kirby is another with strong performances all meet. Ken Wood, Bill Dittmar and Steve Iaquinta own the five-year-old, who won in her last start to go with four seconds, two thirds and a fourth in her last outings. A couple of the opponents were strong second-place performers last time. Bay Pond Stable's Hearts N Flowers, with Allan Davis driving, has been second twice and a winner in her previous two races while Harvey Eisman, Bert Hochsprung and Erv Miller Stable's Twin B Heartland has posted three wins this meet with a strong second last Monday. Corey Callahan will be in the bike. Erika Paradee's Lady's Delight will start from the rail with George Dennis driving. In a pair of $14,500 Mares 4&5-Year-Old Winners-Over divisions, breeder, owner-trainer Virginia Louthan's Spin Vision (Ron Pierce) brings a three-race win streak into one section. Mary Harvey's Elizabeth Blue Chip (Sean Bier) has won two in-a-row, Mason Shaw's La Fiesta (Tony Morgan) and Lindysbathinbeauty (Callahan), owned by Tina and Joe Clark, is another winner last week, leaves from post 9 in the second tier. Ms. Louthan's homebred Megginspin (Pierce) is the sole winner in her last start in the other $14,500 section for young females. Jenny Bier's Skinnydip Hanover (Daryl Bier), Fred Hertrich and Bob Tribbett's Rachelle's Beat (Callahan) and Tim Mumford's Romanascape (Jim Morand) lead the opposition. Monday through Thursday racing begins at 4:30 p.m. Each week, there is no racing on Fridays and Saturdays. Sunday post time is 5:30 p.m. At Dover Downs, there is no charge for parking and admission. Harness and thoroughbred simulcasts is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight. Reservations are suggested for the Winner's Circle Restaurant and for those planning to stay at the 4-star Dover Downs Hotel. Call 302-674-4600. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del.--- Movie Idol stepped up in class to win the $25,000 Delaware Special, his fourth straight harness racing victory, on Thursday, Feb. 26. Meet leading driver Corey Callahan notched four wins. With Nova Artist (Allan Davis), Just A Jolt (Vic Kirby) and Jebswestershake (George Dennis) battling on the front end, Callahan pulled Movie Idol to the outside four-wide and rolled on for a lifetime best 1:50 victory in the week's top pacing event. Owned by Breakaway Racing, the I Am A Fool - Movie Star Legs seven-year-old won for the 12th time in his career banking $271,360. Just A Jolt finished second for the second straight time and fifth time this meet in the top class. Jebswesternshake did not win ending a five-straight winning streak. Sunshine Superman was scratched. Delaware Hanover made it three wins in-a-row as Corey Callahan drove the Dragon Again -Dashaway Hanover gelding to record a 1:51.1 score, his third straight victory and fourth in his last five, for owner Howard Taylor and trainer Doug Lewis. Bandolito (Daryl Bier) was second best. Don't Ya Know (Davis) finished third. Ron Pierce and Mustang Art collaborated on a 1:50.4 success in an $18,000 Open Handicap. Lindwood Player (Allan Davis) was a tough second, leading for a few steps nearing the finish line, but the class Mustang Art came back at the wire for the win. The Artiscape-Paula Seelster gelding is owned by Max Walton and Greg Papaleo. It was his second win of 2015, and 36th in his career while earning $569.992 in his career .Adventure Bound (Art Stafford Jr.) picked up third money. The sharp Four Staces gave Corey Callahan his fifth win and the four-year-old's fifth win of the meet, with a 1:51.2 triumph equaling his lifetime best. Co-owner Dylan Davis conditions the Rocknroll Hanover-Miss Stacee gelding for Mike Casalino. Scalped (Montrell Teague) was next in front of Workandplayhard (Eddie Davis Jr.) Sweet Rock carried Allan Davis to his second consecutive winner's circle visit scoring a 1:51.2 triumph in a $15,500 4&5-Year-Old Open pace. Fire In The Belly (Kirby) was runner-up with Jeremes General (Ron Pierce) the third horse. Reg Hazzrd, G.P. Calloway and Legacy Racing own the Rocknroll Hanover-Penny For Nickel gelding who won for the second time in five races. Fire In The Belly (KIrby) and Jeremes General (Ron Pierce) were second and third respectively. Jet Blue Miracle was the long shot of the night. Sean Bier drove R.J.Thomas' Jereme's Jet-Blue Spock gelding to a new record of 1:51.4 to win a $14,500 4&5-Year-Old Male Winners-Over pace. Eddie Davis Jr. got Bill Fisher's Wheelaway home in 1:53.3 to win another $14,000 pace for young male horses. So Much To Say (Dennis) was second best. MG Kid (Jonathan Roberts) was third. Wheelaway is a Village Jove-Winbak Honey gelding now three for five this year. In another $14,000 division Montrell Teague guided Preparty, an altered son of Somebeachsomewhere - Speed Date, to a 1:52.1 victory, his second of the year for trainer Kevin Lare and owner Frank Chick. One Stop Deal (Calllahan) was next with Mister Truth (Tony Morgan) getting third money. Callahan with five win, now has won 213 races this meet. Monday through Thursday racing starts at 4:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday are "dark" days. Sunday post time is 5:30 p.m. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight. There is no charge for parking and admission. Reservations are suggested for the Winner's Circle Restaurant and for those planning to stay at Dover Downs Hotel. Call 302-674-4600. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del. ---- Sentosa Island, whose two-race win streak ended with a tough neck setback last start, is the one to beat in the Delaware $10,700 harness racing 4&5-Year-Old Male pace at Dover Downs on Sunday, Feb. 15. Post time is 5:30 p.m. Since arriving at Dover from Ontario, Sentosa Island has shown excellent early speed dashing away to take the lead after the opening quarter after starting from outside posts in each of his last two start. The gelding cut out the early pace last time before being caught in the closing strides finishing third losing by a neck. Allan Davis will drive for owner Alan Welch. A Exscape Artist and Bret Brittingham also closed well from a post 8 start to finish fourth. Owned by Terry and Frank Long, the four-year-old had won his previous race. Mike Hill's JR Bolt has been racing well and will be driven by Vic Kirby from post 9 in the second tier. Leading the other contenders are Arty Foster Jr.'s American Anthem and Trace Tetrick, Crissman Inc.'s A Quick Buck leaving from post 8 with Tony Morgan, Spring Terror, from the rail with Kim Vincent driving for Robin Callahan, Keith Murray and Willis Dewey, Anastasias Papadopoulos' Tori's Terror and Brandon Henley, Encore Stable's Heaven Is For Real, piloted by Art Stafford Jr. and Marjorie Richards' Heza Hot Cookie and driver Jonathan Roberts. Dover Downs races Sundays at 5:30 p.m. and weekdays, Monday through Thursday beginning at 4:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday are 'dark days.' It is suggested that those who would enjoy watching races from the Winners Circle restaurant should call for reservations, phone 302-674-4600. There is no charge for parking or admission at Dover Downs. Daily simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing daily begins 12 Noon until 12 Midnight. For those planning to watch racing and dine in the Winner's Circle Restaurant, reservations are suggested. Call 302-674-4600. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del. ---- Star Recruit and Shopping With Art meet start from the outside in the $15,000-$20,000 male Claiming Handicap at Dover Downs on Sunday, Feb. 8. Post time is 5:30 p.m. Both horses drew posts 7 and 8 respectively in the claiming handicap. Black Magic Racing's Star Recruit, handled by Jonathan Roberts has two wins, three seconds, a third in his last seven starts. Bob Shahan's Shopping With Art was second last time with Allan Davis piloting. The program favorite is Howard Taylor's Bossa Nova Baby with Ron Pierce driving. For the second straight start, Bob Breasure and Nanticoke Racing's KR's Power Surge drew the rail with Jim Morand in the bike. Z Tam Stable's Wilbur's Z Tam, piloted by Tony Morgan, is alongside. Drunk On You is a factor with Eddie Davis Jr. driving for Sharon White and Legacy Racing. The rest of the starters are Jim King and Paton Racing's Sea Harrier with Vic Kirby and William Moffett's Laramars Soul and Ross Wolfenden. Dover Downs races Sundays at 5:30 p.m. and weekdays, Monday through Thursday beginning at 4:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday are 'dark days.' It is suggested that those who would enjoy watching races from the Winners Circle restaurant should call for reservations, phone 302-674-4600. There is no charge for parking or admission at Dover Downs. Daily simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing daily begins 12 Noon until 12 Midnight. For those planning to watch racing and dine in the Winner's Circle Restaurant, reservations are suggested. Call 302-674-4600. Marv Bachrad  

DOVER, Del.--- Tough Mac took the lead and never looked back scoring his third consecutive victory in the Dover Downs $18,000 Open / Handicap trot, meet leader Corey Callahan's fourth win of the day on Wednesday, Jan. 28. Callahan rushed Tough Mac, a Mike Casalino-owned Lockkeeper-Traditional Lady gelding, smartly out of post 6 and kept his seven rivals at bay the rest of a lifetime best, 1:52.4 mile, coming the final quarter in :28.1 to secure his record at 3-for-3 in 2015. Tirade Hanover took a shot at the leader heading for the three quarters but retreated when the field turned for home. Baximum rolled down the passing lane for Allan Davis to edge Powerful Charger (Trace Tetrick) for second money. The win was the 13th lifetime for Tough Mac, now a winner of $147,444. William Cantrell's Classic Belisima scored her fourth consecutive decisive victory to win the first of two $14,000 4&5-Year-Old Winners Over trots in a new personal mark of 1:55.4. Corey Callahan teamed with the John Cabot-conditioned well-bred daughter of Crazed-Classic Yankee for her fifth win in her last seven outings, with two close seconds. It was her eighth lifetime win in 23 starts, 17-times in the money, for career earnings of $54,135. Razor Ramone won the other $14,000 division as Ron Pierce picked up his fourth win on the card. The Kadabra-Oaklea Rae four-year-old won for the Third Straight time and fifth in his last seven outings for owners Steve Iaquinta and Bill Dittmar. Derby (Allan Davis) was runner-up. Hit Andrun (Art Stafford Jr.) was third. Other trotters on winning tears during the program are Howard and Josh Kaufman's Hey Pancho (Trace Tetrick), trainer John Cabot's second win, and fourth straight success in an $11,500 4&5-Year-Old trot; Payson Racing's Joyeux Dream (Pierce), also with four-in-a-row winning a $15,000-$20,000 Claiming trot in 1:55.1; and two-other race winners of two straight, Breakaway Racing's Holiday Spirit (Callahan) in 1:57.4 taking an $8,000 trot for young horses and John Cancelliere's Winning Design (Pierce), a $5,500 trot for 3&4-year-olds. Callahan and Ron Pierce visited the winner's circle twice and Trace Tetrick won two. Joe Hundertpfund had two training wins. On Thursday, Papa Ray returns to face Bandolito, Mustang Art in $25,000 Delaware Special feature. BANDOLITO, PAPA RAY HEAD DOVER $25,000 DELAWARE SPECIAL DOVER, Del --- Bandolito and Papa Ray, winners of the last two $25,000 Delaware Special paces head this week’s top event at Dover Downs on Thursday, Jan. 29. Post time is 4:30 p.m. Bandolito, holder of the 1:48 track record set last Spring, uncorcked a resounding come-from-behind 1:50.1 with owner, trainer, driver Daryl Bier conducting the neck victory besting Eddie and Kathy Davis’ game Nova Artist and Allan Davis.  Joan Dalphon and Elanor Laws’ Don’t Ya Know with Ron Pierce was third. After a two-week respite, razor sharp Papa Ray returns to action. Eddie Davis Jr. drove the veteran to his second win in three trips and fourth victory this meet and drew post 1. Corey Callahan drives Joan Dalphon and Elanor Laws’ talented Don’t Ya Know. Framed Art steps up after a Winners-Over win for his first Del. Special venture for trainer Andrew Stafford and driver Art Stafford Jr.  Mary Ann Larrimore’s Believe This Bob, a winner of this event three weeks ago with Ross Wolfenden, and battle seasoned Mustang Art, owned by Max Walton and Greg Papaleo, with Corey Callahan driving, both previous Del. Special winners. Mary Alice and Tom Tetrick’s Maddysonofagun (Trace Tetrick), Dedi’s Dragon (Vic Kirby) racing for McGill, Carsey and JL Benson Stables and Wade Wyatt’s Flying Cowboy (Ron Pierce) tangle in the  $16,000 Open pace sub-feature on the tough undercard. Monday through Thursday post time is 4:30 p.m. There is no live racing Fridays and Saturdays and this week Super Bowl  Sunday will also be “dark.” Harness and Thoroughbred Simulcasting opens daily at 12 Noon until 12 Midnight at Dover Downs Race and Sports Book in the Colonnade. There is no charge for parking or admission at Dover Downs. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del. --- Allan Davis was hot on a cold Sunday at Dover Down driving four winners including Ourea Nourrir in the $15,000 Claiming pace on Jan. 10. Pinearosa won the co-feature $10,200 4&5-Year-Old Open pace. After consecutive come-from-behind second-place finishes, Davis got Ourea Nourrir to the front early and the  Dragon Again-Odds On The Hat gelding did the rest recording s 1:52.4 victory in the Delaware $15,000 Male Claiming pace. Meet leading trainer Wayne Givens conditions the seven-year-old for Sharon White and Legacy Racing. The win is the 23rd lifetime for the career winner of $293,100. Cash Cab (Ron Pierce) finished second but was placed third behind Dancing Rusty (Tony Morgan). Pinearosa and Eddie Davis Jr. took no prisoners on the way to a 1:54 conquest in a Delaware $10,700 4&5-Year-Old pace. Veteran Bobby Myers owns and trains The Panderosa-Pinehaven Amber four-year-old gelding. Well Did (Trace Tetrick) raced second all the way with Youmakemewanadance (Jonathan Roberts) took third money. Drivers Jim Morand and Bret Brittingham had two wins each while trainers Wayne Givens and Don Brittingham also won two races each. by Marv Bachrad, for Dover Downs

DOVER, Del. --- After two setbacks as favorite, Ron Pierce piloted For The Ladies N to an impressive 1:52.3 triumph in the $18,000 Mares Open Handicap on Jan. 5, at Dover Downs. Pierce and Allan Davis each drove four winners. Pierce, not only guided For The Ladies N to her first win of 2015 in the female feature, he also drove Scootin For Joy to victory in the secondary-feature $13,500 Mares Winners Over pace, both owned by Harry von Knoblauch and trained by Peter Tritton. For The Ladies N got away next to last next in the six-distaff field. Pierce worked his way up on the outside to with a length of pace setting race favorite Kiss Dont Bite and Vic Kirby. By mid-stretch For The Ladies N, a daughter of Jeremes Jet-For The Don, was rolling and picked up her 14th career victory upping her lifetime earnings to $90,809. Mach A Wish was a game second for Corey Callahan while Kiss Dont Bite edged Handsoffmycookie (Trace Tetrick) for third. The same owner, trainer, driver combination of von Knoblauch, Tritton and Pierce, struck in the previous race when Pierce scooted down the passing lane Scootin For Joy, a Western Paradise-Scooting Annie five-year-old, to overtake leader Jeremes Sweetheart (Kirby) for a 1:54 score. Paradise Lost (Jonathan Roberts) closed strongly to finish third, While Pierce and Allan Davis had four wins, Trace Tetrick had two winners Meet leader Corey Callahan won one race, his 101st of the meet, to bring his career win total to 3998. King Royalty makes his Dover Downs debut , one of three starters fresh from victory last time out, in the Tuesday, Jan. 6 in the $20,000-$25,000 4&5-Year-Old Claiming pace feature. Post time is 4:30 p.m. Owned by Ed Maas, Arlene Parsley and Nanticoke Racing, King Royalty makes his first start of the New Year after a win last month at Chester. Jim Morand will drive. Bill Emmons’ This Deuceiswild with Corey Callahan in the bike won at the Meadowlands last start and leaves from the rail while Just Bettor, owned by Ken Wood and Minisink Farms won last week and has had a check in each of his last seven starts drew outside post 8 with Vic Kirby at the controls.   Tim Tetrick and CC Racing’s Bettor And Bold with Trace Tetrick, Harvey Eisman’s Touchdown Mindale has handled stepping up the claiming ranks and head the opposition which includes  Troy and Todd Tribbett’s Ziggy Sky and Ross Wolfenden, Frank Chick’s Quincy handled by George Dennis and Jim Jacob’s Button Fly reined by Jason Lynch. by Marv Bachrad, for Dover Downs

DOVER, Del. --- Papa Ray came from off the pace to win the $25,000 Delaware Special while The Triple Lindy made it from last to first in the $18,500 Open trot, the double-feature harness racing handicaps on the first day of the New Year card, Wednesday, Jan. 1, at Dover Downs. Meet leading driver Corey Callahan and Ron Pierce each had four wins. For the second time in three starts and third victory of the meet, Reg Hazzard II and Legacy Racing's Papa Ray took top honors in the $25,000 Del. Special Handicap as Eddie Davis Jr. came between horses to get up in 1:51.3. Wayne Givens conditions the Village Jolt-Liamatters horse, now six in 2015, won for the 22nd time in his career while banking $369,128 lifetime. Believe This Bob (Ross Wolfenden) closed strongly for second while Simon's Artist (Trace Tetrick) zoomed down passing lane to finish third. One race earlier, The Triple Lindy came from last passing horses to pull away in the deep stretch for a 1:55.2 conquest in the week's top trot, the $18,000 Open Handicap. Vic Kirby trains and drives the C&G Racing stable's Credit Winner-Measure Up gelding to his second win in a row and third since arriving at the track in December. For the second straight week Tirade Hanover (Callahan) finished second, after cutting the mile. Baximum (Allan Davis) took third. The Triple Lindy notched his 21st win in 85 starts earning $$278,101. Corey Callahan found room in the stretch to get Cam B Skipper home in 1:53.3 in the $18,000 Winners-Over Handicap. MIllenium Wheel (Jason Lynch) was next with Bettor's Arena (Trace Tetrick) third. Doug Lewis conditions Cam B Zipper, a Cammibest-Kellycrombie gelding, one of three winners for owner Howard Taylor. Spinfiniti was another Taylor-owned winner. The five-year-old son of No Spin Zone-Hurricane Jenna was one of Ron Pierce's four wins and came in the $14,500 4&5-Year-Old pace with a 1:54 victory via a strong final quarter burst. Cherokee Hunter (Callahan) was runner-up. Rock Absorber (Kirby) was the show horse. Pierce also drove Wade Wyatt's Flying Cowboy, a Brandon's Cowboy-Flower Art gelding, to victory in 1:54.1 to win the $15,500 4&5-Year-Old Open. Framed Art (Art Stafford) finished second. Star Messenger (Tetrick) was the show horse. Callahan circled the field for a 1:52.3 triumph in the $25,000-$30,000 Male Claiming pace. Bill Emmons owns the Eric Ell trainee by Bettor's Delight-Western Duel. The win was his forth in his last five outings. Eridanus N (Kirby) and Izzy Real (Tony Morgan) were the second and third place finishers. Corey Callahan and Ron Pierce had four wins each. Owner Howard Taylor had a triple. Eddie Davis Jr. and Vic Kirby, who also had two training wins as did meet leading trainer Wayne Givens and owner Legacy Racing. Friday and Saturday are 'dark day.' Racing resumes on Sunday with post time at 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday racing starts at 4:30 p.m. There is no charge for parking or admission when visiting Dover Downs. Leading harness and thoroughbred simulcasts are featured from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight daily in the Dover Downs Race and Sports Book. by Marv Bachrad, for Dover Downs

DOVER, Del. --- For the fourth time this meet, Handsoffmycookie notched a victory in the top distaff pace of the week as Trace Tetrick came from last to overtake leader Tim Tetrick and favorite For The Ladies N for a 1:52.3 triumph in the $18,000 Mares Open pace on Monday, Dec. 29 at Dover Downs. For The Ladies N left from outside post 7 to take the early lead and led until just past the turn down the homestretch when a quartet of rivals stormed to challenge. Trace Tetrick was last to be seen until the final strides when Handsoffmycookie rush past her foes for victory #8 of the year moving seasonal earnings to six figures, $108,670 for JFE Enterprise. The Art Major-Observe Me five-year-old former New York Sire Stakes standout trained by Scott DiDomenico has now registered her 30th career win good for $1347,242 lifetime earnings. Mach A Wish closed strongly for Corey Callahan for second while Fill My Pockets and Eddie Davis Jr. took third money. Keith J. Pippi's Lounge Act got star billing in one of two $14,000 3,4&5-Year-Old Mare paces. Vic Kirby guided the three-year-old daughter of Cam's Card Shark-Hay Macarena to her 11th win of 2014. She has won $79,357 this season and $90,755 in two years of racing. Greatdayforamerica (Montrell Teague) finished second and Dream N Ezy (Trace Tetrick) was third. Hit By Lightning, a sophomore daughter of Western Terror-Account Re, made it three wins in-a-row scoring a 1:55.2 conquest in the other $14,000 distaff event. Allan Davis piloted the Wayne Givens trained Legacy Racing owned winner of nine races and $58,557 this campaign. Get Real Rusty (EddieDavis Jr.) was runner-up. Pacific Wine (Jonathan Roberts) was the show horse. Driver Corey Callahan and trainer Doug Lewis combined for their second wins on the card when Howard Taylor's Shine N Shimer came on for a 1:53.4 victory in a $13,000 Winners-Over distaff pace. Jeremes Sweetheart (Vic Kirby) took the field to late in the stretch and held on for second. We Adore Three (Ross Wolfenden) finished third. Since the meets opening week, Star Recruit has five wins and a second and is the one to beat on Tuesday, Dec. 30 in the $20,000-$25,000 4&5-Year-Old Claiming pace feature. Post time is 4:30 p.m. This week, Star Recruit and meet leading driver Corey Callahan is owned by trainer Arty Foster, who claimed the pacer after a near-wire-to-wire 1:52.3 victory. Troy and Todd Tribbett dropped sophomore gelding Ziggy Sky in a claiming race and finished second with Ross Wolfenden holding the reins. Beaver Creek Farm's Blueridge Dancer and Tony Morgan took third. Bettor And Bold, owned by Tim Tetrick and CC Racing and driven by Trace Tetrick should benefit with an inside post this week. Ken Wood and Minisink Farms' Just Bettor has upset credentials. The rest of the field is made up by Jane Ann Bell's Winbak Carl teamed with Tony Morgan, Russ Foster's Alexis Style, with George Dennis, drew post 1. Ron Lloyd's Newcomer Keystone Real Deal with Allan Davis and Brenda Ellingsworth's Pacific Western handled by Bret Brittingham. Wednesday, Dec. 31, New Year's Eve is a day off for Dover Downs. Racing will resume on Thursday, New Year's Day,Jan. 1 and return to the regular daily schedule: Monday through Thursday racing starts at 4:30 p.m. by Marv Bachrad, for Dover Downs

DOVER, Del. --- Drive By Night made it six wins in his last seven races scoring a 1:52.4 victory in the $15,000 Male Claiming pace on Sunday, Dec. 14 at Dover Downs. Ross Wolfenden made the winner's circle four times. Montrell Teague was at the controls of a Drive By Night's impressive win for the sixth time while trainer Dan Munson has been the winning owner of all but one of those wins. All of Drive By Night's wins have come with a claiming $15,000 tag. The Real Artist-U Drive Me Crazy gelding was claimed and claimed back the next start by Munson in late November. Ourea Nourrir (Allan Davis) finished second. Jebswesternshake (George Dennis) took third money. In addition to Wolfenden's four wins, Eddie Davis Jr., Vic Kirby and trainer Joe Hundertpfund had two wins each. Prior to the racing, there was a short memorial tribute for the late Bobby Botsch, a longtime Delaware horseman, who passed away recently. The ceremony was attended by family, friends and horsemen in the Dover Downs winner's circle. Handsoffmycookie faces three new opponents in the $18,000 Mares Open pace on Monday. Monday through Thursday post time is 4:30 p.m. During the annual Christmas Break Week, There is no live racing, from Friday, Dec. 19 until racing resumes on Sunday, Dec. 28. There is no charge for parking or admission when visiting Dover Downs. Leading harness and thoroughbred simulcasts are featured from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight daily in the Dover Downs Race and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del. ---- Razor sharp Baximum seeks a repeat of his win last week in the $18,000 Open/Handicap trot, on Wednesday, Dec. 3 at Dover Downs. First post is 4:30 p.m. Owned by Tina Clark, wife of trainer Bobby Clark, and Joe Clark, Baximum has been a strong finisher in each of his recent starts closing for a third, the a second and last week scoring a 1:54.4 victory with Allan Davis holding the reins. Enrico AS has returned to top form with Corey Callahan driving. The Ken Wood, Bill Dittmar and Steve Iaquinta-owned chestnut missed by a neck last time after scoring a win by a nose the week before. David Miller's Cash On Delivery steps back up after a winner's over win with Vince Copeland at the controls and starts from post 1. The other starters are E&J Stable and Lois and Earl Walters' ultra-consistent I'm So Striking, a twice winner and second last week, driven by Eddie Dennis. Jim King and Tim Tetrick's Powerful Charger, with Trace Tetrick has been knocking. Not to be overlooked are Charlene Long's Oh No Three O with Sean Bier, a winners-over winner last time and Martz Time, with Andy Miller driving for John McGill and Brian Carsey, a quality newcomer from the Meadows and Hoosier Park. Monday through Thursday post time is 4:30 p.m. There is no live racing Fridays and Saturdays. Sunday post time is 5:30 p.m. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing and during the football season Pick-3 NFL wagering is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight. At Dover Downs, there is no charge for parking and admission. Reservations are suggested for the Winner's Circle Restaurant and for those planning to stay at the 4-star Dover Downs Hotel. Call 302-674-4600. by Marv Bachrad, for Dover Downs  

DOVER, Del. --- Ross Wolfenden had a 'good feeling' on Tuesday, Dec. 2 when driving trotter Good Feeling, crossed the finish line first in the sixth race at Dover Downs. The win marked the 6,000th lifetime harness racing victory for the transplanted New Zealander. "I wanted to come to [the USA] because there is more opportunity to race here. Back home, there aren't many tracks or races to compete," remarked the popular Wolfenden who has regularly been among the top three drivers at Delaware raceways. Wolfenden's record win came piloting Kathleen Brewer's Good Feeling to a 1:58.4 victory in a Delaware $7,500 Claiming trot. In the feature, $20,000- $25,000 Claiming Handicap pace, Trace Tetrick won his first of two steering Little Ben, an altered soph son of Jereme's Jet-Honey's Bud Lite, home in a lifetime fastest 1:53 for trainer Jim King and owners Janet Hudson and Joann King. Star Recruit (Corey Callahan) was second ending a three-race win streak. Just Bettor (Vic Kirby) was the show horse. Allan Davis led all drivers with four winners on the card. Ross Wolfenden drove three wins, Trace Tetrick and Vic Kirby had doubles. Trotters take center stage on Wednesday. The feature race is an $18,000 Open trot. Monday through Thursday post time is 4:30 p.m. There is no live racing Friday and Saturday. Sunday racing resumes at 5:30 p.m. There is no charge for parking or admission when visiting Dover Downs. Leading harness and thoroughbred simulcasts are featured from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight daily in the Dover Downs Race and Sports Book. by Marv Bachrad, for Dover Downs

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