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HARRINGTON, Del. - Three-time Harrington Raceway driving champ Ross Wolfenden won nearly half of the races on the 12 race harness racing program Thursday. Wolfenden, who had five wins, didn't win his first race until the fifth with Star Messenger ($5), but won four races in a row starting in race seven with Hillcrest Suites ($14.20), Sporty Mercedes ($3.80), Electric Z Tam ($16.80) and Aunt Babe ($5). Wolfenden is currently third in the Harrington Raceway driver standings behind Victor Kirby and Tony Morgan. Joe Hunderptfund is atop the trainer standings with Mike Hall and Dylan Davis rounding out the top three. Live racing resumes Monday September 26 as round two of the Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) 2-year-old stakes for pacing fillies will commence. The DSBF pacing colts and geldings will have their turn on Tuesday and both sexes of trotters will compete on Wednesday. The $100,000 final events are slated for October 5. Matthew Sparacino

HARRINGTON, Del. - As the opening week of the first leg of 2-year-old stakes events continued for the Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF), it was the harness racing trotters turn to showcase their talent in four $20,000 divisions on Wednesday at Harrington Raceway. Benjamin Brooks' Master Clave ($2.40, Ross Wolfenden) won his elimination in dominant fashion and improved to 2-for-2 in his career for trainer John Wilkerson with a front stepping 2:04 victory. The Master Lavec gelding won a DSBF prep race on September 14. Another son of Master Lavec was victorious in the remaining colts and geldings division as Master Kingpin ($8, Art Stafford Jr.) prevailed in 2:05.3. Master Kingpin is owned and trained by Thomas Lail. Willow Mill Stable's Willow Mill Anna ($16.60, Gordon Barrett) won the first division for fillies with a 2:05.3 front end win. The daughter of Political Briefing is trained by her driver. Leigh Raymer-trained and co-owned Luv Is Blind ($2.80, Victor Kirby), who prevailed in the final division in 2:02.3. The daughter of Keystone Activator hit the line first in the nick of time in a tight photo over Spoonful. Raymer had an owner and trainer double on the program. In the $17,500 overnight feature, the Open Trot, Mike Casalino and Dylan Davis' Theresademoninme ($5.60, Jon Roberts) triumphed in 1:55.3. Theresademoninme marched to the early lead through fractions of 27.3, 57.2, and 1:26.4 while Steel Reserve mounted his first-over attack and Hemi Seelster sat in pocket position. As they hit the top of the stretch, Theresademoninme maintained the lead and held off Steel Reserve to the wire. Hemi Seelster finished third. Ross Wolfenden and Victor Kirby each had three wins on the program. Art Stafford Jr. and Jon Roberts each had a double. All $100,000 final events for trotters and pacers will be contested on October 5. Matthew Sparacino

HARRINGTON, DE. - Four $20,000 divisions of the first leg of the Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) stakes for the harness racing 2-year-old pacing colts and geldings were contested Tuesday at Harrington Raceway. Owner George Teague Jr. had a pair of wins with Henry The Dragon ($3.40, Montrell Teague), a son of Custard the Dragon, in 1:55.3 and Rat Tail ($2.80, Montrell Teague), sired by Barber Pole, in 1:57.1. Both were trained by Clyde Francis, who had three wins on the program. Montrell Teague had five wins on the program, as did driver Victor Kirby who produced a winner in the next DSBF division. Tina Clark and Brian Clark's Automatic Dragon ($103.80, Kirby) sprung a major upset in his division with a 1:56 triumph for trainer Bobby Clark. Automatic Dragon is an Art Director gelding. The final DSBF winner of the night was perhaps the most impressive as Kdk Standardbreds' Almost Cut My Hair ($7, Kevin Switzer Jr.) improved to 5-for-5 lifetime with a 1:54 triumph. The Barber Pole gelding set all the fractions from post position seven in registering his fifth straight win for trainer Kevin Switzer. In the $16,000 overnight feature, the Mares Open, Howard Taylor's Shine N Shimmer ($2.40, Corey Callahan) did not disappoint as the overwhelming favorite with a dominant 1:52.3 win over Sweet Bobbie and Hidden Land. Trained by Mike Hall, it was the seventh win of the season and 35th lifetime for the daughter of American Ideal. Matthew Sparacino    

Seaford, DE --- The days of $500 purses and open pacers winning in 2:00 at Harrington Raceway are long gone. While much has changed at the First State harness racing oval, now home to a casino, there is at least one thing that has remained the same. You’ll still find Kathleen Cain manning the phone at the switchboard. Cain, 88, has answered phones at the racetrack for 45 years. “They’ve been good to me,” she said. “When you have a good relationship with the people you work with that makes it better.” Cain has been working at the track since her brother-in-law told her of the switchboard opening in 1971. “They needed somebody and he thought of me,” she said. Familiar with harness racing -- her husband Herbert had horses as did several other family members -- she took the job and has been there ever since. In the early days, she managed the track’s three phone lines and inserted the plugs in the proper places when calls came in. “We used that until they couldn’t get any more parts,” she said. Cain answered phones, distributed checks and even helped take entries when the race office was busy. She was there when the casino was built and has watched change after change come since. Horsemen have come and gone, purses have increased and race times have dropped. “It used to be if you had a horse go in 2:00 you had a good one,” she said. She remembers when purses averaged $500 a race and the track didn’t have a dime to spare. The only reason the track even got a fax machine, she said, was so that it could send a bill to an out of state horseman. “He was from New Jersey,” she said. “That’s why we got our first fax machine.” After more than four decades on the job, Cain said she hadn’t planned to come back this year but had been encouraged by her employer. Patricia Key, the racetrack’s CEO and president, praised Cain for her commitment to the facility. “Mrs. Cain has been a faithful employee here for many years,” Key said. “She has set the bar for dedication and reliability and her efforts are most genuinely appreciated.” She’s a favorite among the horsemen as well. “It’s so nice to go into the office and see a familiar face,” said trainer Pam Polk, who’s been racing at Harrington since the 1970s. “She’s always so pleasant and helpful.” Cain, who can see the racetrack’s lights from her porch, says in spite of the changes technology has brought to the switchboard she still enjoys her job. That’s because it’s the people she likes most. “The horsemen have always treated me with respect,” she said. “I like to be around them.” by Charlene Sharpe, USTA Web Newsroom Senior Correspondent 

HARRINGTON, Del. - Harness racing owner George Teague Jr. has been as far north as Quebec, Canada, and as far west as Indiana with 2015 Horse of the Year Wiggle It Jiggleit, but as rewarding as those trips have been, there's no place like home. Team Teague and harness racing superstar Wiggle It Jiggleit have traveled to 12 different racetracks this year, six different states and two Canadian provinces, but will now have a race close to their Harrington, Del. home on Monday September 19th for the 10th Annual $150,000 Bobby Quillen Memorial. The Teague farm is located about 5 miles from Harrington Raceway. Wiggle It Jiggleit is trained by long time Teague associate, Clyde Francis. "We're really looking forward to it," said Teague, who will have two 2-year-old fillies racing on the same card in the opening round of Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) action. "It's funny because we've raced all over and one of the most memorable moments is when we raced at Harrington last year and had as much fun winning an $11,000 race as we did the $700,000 Meadowlands Pace. It's great to bring this kind of horse in front of your home crowd." Teague was alluding to his star pacer's world and track record setting 1:49 performance at Harrington on May 11, 2015. A large contingent of fans showed up to watch him race in anticipation of seeing a rising star. At the time, Wiggle It Jiggleit had won six races. To say that his star has risen since then, would be a gross understatement. He now has 35 wins in 47 lifetime starts, won many of the sport's top races and has banked more than $3.5 million in his career, while captivating racing fans across the country with some breathtaking performances. Perhaps no win was bigger than his epic win in the Little Brown Jug at Delaware, Ohio. Wiggle It Jiggleit's sire, Mr. Wiggles, who was also in the George Teague Jr. stable, finished fourth in his Quillen elimination in 2010 before being scratched due to sickness from the final. "He has definitely done his sire proud," said Teague, who conditioned Mr. Wiggles and still owns the sire. "This race is very important to us." Wiggle It Jiggleit's last race was a second place finish in the $225,000 Jim Ewart Memorial at Scioto Downs (Ohio) in a world record mile of 1:47. "Wiggle" did the heavy lifting throughout the mile after setting a grueling pace while dueling with eventual winner Always B Miki, who won a memorable stretch battle that left many horse racing fans speechless. "He came out of the race really good," said trainer Clyde Francis. "He always amazes me how well he recovers after a race. It's unbelievable how well he jogged and how fresh he is. We couldn't be happier with how well he is coming into the race." Teague said he has received an abundance of feedback in regards to his upcoming race in his hometown. "A lot of people have contacted me about him racing here," he said. "Not just in Delaware, but in New Jersey, Maryland and other nearby states." While Wiggle It Jiggleit (7/5, Montrell Teague) figures to be a well-backed favorite at post time, the path to victory isn't a foregone conclusion, given the rich field of pacers that has amassed in excess of $8 million in career earnings. "Having the rail on a half-mile racetrack is always the ideal place," he said. "The draw definitely worked to our advantage. There's some really nice horses in there. Luckbewithyou, Rockin Ron, Mach It So, Mel Mara and others have been racing against some of the best year round. Hats off to Harrington Raceway for getting such a great field of horses. My horse will have to be on his game." Among the competition is Bamond Racing's Mach It So (9/1, Tim Tetrick) won the 2015 edition of the Quillen and enters off an impressive 1:51.2 win at Yonkers Raceway (NY). "We had a great time last year," said trainer Jeff Bamond. "Everyone treated us great. (Mach It So) kind of tailed off a little bit but he seems to be going back in the right direction. We were very pleased with his last race at Yonkers." John Craig's Luckbewithyou (5/2, Eric Goodell) was a game third place finisher in the aforementioned 1:47 mile on September 10 at Scioto Downs. The Western Ideal 5-year-old has been in many stakes engagements this year and has banked nearly $1.3 million in his career. "I thought he raced very good at Scioto," said trainer Chris Oakes. "I was real happy with him. He came out of the race good but we might have a tough time with the 1 horse there (Wiggle It Jiggleit)." Burke Racing, Weaver Brucsemi and RTC Stables' Rockin Ron (20/1, Yannick Gingras) sprung a 14-to-1 upset against Wiggle It Jiggleit in the Prix D Ete at Three Rivers Raceway in Quebec (Ontario) on August 21 for perennial leading trainer Ron Burke. The powerhouse Burke stable is tops in North America with 629 wins and nearly $15 million in purse earnings this year. Only Robert Cooper Stables and J&T Silva's Mel Mara (6/1, Corey Callahan) has a win at Harrington this year and it came last week with a track record setting 1:50.1 performance. Mel Mara is trained locally by Dylan Davis of Viola, Del. Lauretta Galm's Keystone Velocity (25/1, Andrew McCarthy) is also locally-trained by Mike Hall of Dagsboro, Del., and is coming off a career best 1:48.4 at Pocono Downs (PA). Lightning Stable's Mcardles Lightning (12/1, David Miller) has been a heavy hitter among Open pacers in New York and New Jersey while Rock and Roll Stable's American Primetime (12/1, Tony Morgan) has been a well-traveled adversary throughout the year and took a lifetime best at the Meadowlands of 1:49. Post time for the 13-race program is 5 p.m. The field is listed below in order by post position: 10th Race - Harrington Raceway September 19, 2016 1 - Wiggle It Jiggleit - Mr Wiggles - (7/5, Montrell Teague) 2 - Mcardles Lightning - McArdle - (12/1, David Miller) 3 - Mach It So - Mach Three - (9/1, Tim Tetrick) 4 - Luckbewithyou - Western Ideal - (5/2, Eric Goodell) 5 - American Primetime - American Ideal - (12/1, Tony Morgan) 6 - Rockin Ron - Real Desire - (20/1, Yannick Gingras) 7 - Keystone Velocity - Western Hanover - (25/1, Andrew McCarthy) 8 - Mel Mara - Lis Mara - (6/1, Corey Callahan) Matthew Sparacino

HARRINGTON, Del. - Frank Chick's Strong Hope ($10.20, Montrell Teague) was a 1:55 aptly named winner Wednesday at Harrington Raceway in the $15,000 featured race that was named for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. In attendance was 5-year-old Layla Mosley, who has been courageously battling stage four Ewing's Sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer. Mosley distributed ribbons throughout the evening, which were aimed at increasing awareness for childhood cancer. Strong Hope, a 9-year-old CR Excalibur stallion, assumed the lead at the top of the stretch and drew clear for his 36th career win. The Kevin Lare-trainee has earned more than $566,000 lifetime. Royal Becca J was second, while I Like My Boss was third. Delaware-sired 2-year-olds have been making their final preparations for next week's Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) races. George Teague Jr.'s Daylen ($4.40, Montrell Teague, 1:55) and Richard Banca's Dreams To Go ($9.20, Jon Roberts, 1:57) each were victorious on the pacing side. Ben Brooks' Master Clave ($16.60, Ross Wolfenden, 2:03) was the lone 2-year-old trotting winner. Teague had four wins on the program for the second time in the last week. For more information on Childhood Cancer Awareness Month or to make a donation, please visit www.childhoodcancer.org.   Matt Sparacino

 HARRINGTON, Del. - Howard Taylor's Shine N Shimmer ($5.40, George Dennis) notched her 34th career win Tuesday with a 1:52.3 win in the $15,000 Mares Open at Harrington Raceway.   Shine N Shimmer took immediate control from post position three and proceeded to park the 2-to-5 favorite, Purrfect Bags through brutal 26.3, 54.1 fractions. Purrfect Bags then dropped into the two-hole near three-quarters in 1:23.2 while Shine N Shimmer drew away from the field for a one length score over Sweet Bobbie. Purrfect Bags finished third. Trained by Mike Hall, Shine N Shimmer increased her seasonal earnings to more than $65,000.  Freshman filly Cashmere's Delight ($2.20, Jim Morand) remained undefeated and improved to 3-for-3 lifetime with a new lifetime best 1:56.2 triumph for trainer Les Givens. The Brian P-sired filly is owned by Nanticoke Racing and Donna Messick.  Driver Morand later put another lifetime mark on a mare, this one Capela ($5.40) who was a front end winner in 1:52.4 for owners Legacy Racing of Delaware and Reginald Hazzard. The Wayne Givens-trainee boosted her seasonal earnings to nearly $90,000. Morand had four wins on the program.  George Teague Jr. and K&R Racing's Destinysbeachbabe ($4.20, Montrell Teague) recorded her fourth straight win with a 1:54.1 triumph for trainer Clyde Francis.  George Dennis had a double. Matt Sparacino

HARRINGTON, Del. - The draw for the September 19 running of the $150,000 10th Annual Bobby Quillen Memorial at Harrington Raceway took place Tuesday afternoon and will feature a rich field of eight harness racing pacers that includes reigning 2015 Horse of the Year Wiggle It Jiggleit. After a busy schedule of traveling the past several months that covered thousands of miles, the 4-year-old world champion pacer will return to his hometown to race where he set the world record for 3-year-old geldings on a half-mile racetrack last year with a 1:49 clocking. Owned by George Teague Jr. and Teague Racing Partnership for Harrington-based trainer Clyde Francis, Wiggle It Jiggleit drew the coveted rail in the eight horse field that sports a combined lifetime bankroll in excess of $8 million. The field includes top pacers Lightning Stable's Mcardles Lightning, 2015 Quillen champ Bamond Racing's Mach It So, John Craig's Luckbewithyou, Rock and Roll Stable's American Primetime, Burke Racing and Weaver Bruscemi's Rockin Ron, Lauretta Galm's Keystone Velocity and Robert Cooper Stables and J&T Silva's Mel Mara, who set a track record for aged pacing stallions (1:50.1) at Harrington on Monday September 12. The race will be the final leg of the late pick four (races 7-10). The Quillen Memorial, honors the popular late long time Delaware legislator who devoted his life to public service and was a regular at the racetrack. A more comprehensive race preview with morning line odds will follow prior to race day. Post time is 5 p.m. Here is a look at the field in order by post position: 10th Race - September 19, 2016 Harrington Raceway 1 - Wiggle It Jiggleit (Montrell Teague) 2 - Mcardles Lightning (TBA) 3 - Mach It so (Tim Tetrick) 4 - Luckbewithyou (Eric Goodell) 5 - Americanprimetime (Anthony Morgan) 6 - Rockin Ron (Yannick Gingras) 7 - Keystone Velocity (Andrew McCarthy) 8 - Mel Mara (Corey Callahan) Matthew Sparacino  

HARRINGTON, Del. - Robert Cooper Stables and J&T Silva Stables' Mel Mara (Corey Callahan, $2.20) had an auspicious Harrington Raceway debut in his prep for next week's (September 19) $150,000 Bobby Quillen Memorial with a 1:50.1 win, while breaking a track record in the harness racing featured $15,000 Open Monday. The 7-year-old Lis Mara stallion never had an anxious moment in his front end score from post position five for trainer Dylan Davis. Mel Mara has banked more than $171,000 this year and nearly $630,000 in his career. He has campaigned against many of the sport's top pacers this season and took a career best of 1:47 earlier in the year at the Meadowlands. The 1:50.1 time established a new track record for aged pacing stallions, which was formerly held by Getitoffyourchest, who set the mark earlier this year on June 20. Little Ben and Handsome Henry K rounded out the trifecta. For the second straight start, Carrie Malone and Amanda Malone's Nuclear Dragon ($5.40, Jon Roberts) recorded a new lifetime mark with a sparkling 1:52 score in a $9,000 conditioned pace for trainer Brian Malone. George Dennis recorded a driving triple. Montrell Teague had two wins. The draw for 10th annual Bobby Quillen Memorial is Tuesday September 13. Matthew Sparacino  

HARRINGTON, Del. - In recognition of September being Childhood Cancer Awareness month and the courageous fight of 5-year-old cancer-stricken Layla Mosley, Harrington Raceway has named the 6th race on Wednesday September 14 for this worthwhile cause. Mosley, of Magnolia, is the daughter of Brenda and Keith Mosley, and was diagnosed with stage 4 Ewing's Sarcoma earlier this year. She has been receiving chemotherapy treatments and had surgery in June to remove part of her ribs and a tumor from one of her lungs and ribcage. Mosley is the granddaughter of popular local standardbred horseman Joe Hundertpfund Jr. Horsemen have rallied behind Mosley with fundraising efforts to help fund her healthcare costs. "The support we've received has been outrageous," said Hunderptfund. "Not just in Delaware, but in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. It just shows that the horse racing family comes together when there's a cause. It makes me proud." On Wednesday, Mosley is expected to be in attendance giving out ribbons that celebrate Childhood Cancer Awareness. Mosley is nearing the end of her chemotherapy treatments and the family is hopeful she will remain cancer-free. Anyone interested in learning more about Mosley's story, or to make a donation, can do so by visiting https://www.youcaring.com/brenda-mosely-518278. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway

HARRINGTON, Del. - Montrell Teague will be heading to Ohio on a high note. The 25-year-old pilot won four races on the Harrington Raceway harness racing program Thursday as he prepares to leave for Scioto Downs to drive reigning horse of the year Wiggle It JIggleit in the $225,000 Jim Ewart Memorial at Scioto Downs Saturday. For the third straight night a driver won four races at Harrington. On Tuesday it was Victor Kirby, Jim Morand accomplished the feat on Wednesday and on Thursday Teague had the grand slam on the 11-race program. Teague's win parade was primarily aboard 2-year-olds as McMaedle ($2.20), Alone Hanover ($3.20) and Liberty School ($2.10) were all victorious. Paradise Lost ($5.40) was Teague's remaining win as he inches closer to 1,000 career wins with 982. Two of the winners were trained by Clyde Francis and owned by Teague's father, George Teague Jr. Ross Wolfenden had a driving triple. Live racing continues at Harrington Raceway on a Monday through Thursday schedule through October 20. Harrington's marquee event of the year, the $150,000 Bobby Quillen Memorial, will take place September 19. Matthew Sparacino  

HARRINGTON, Del. - For the second straight night at Harrington Raceway, one driver won 40 percent of the races. After Victor Kirby's grand slam on Tuesday, it was Jim Morand's night on Wednesday as the winner of nearly 9,500 races lifetime, piloted four winners on the 10 race harness racing program. Morand's winners included, Southwind Ike ($7.40), Quit Smoking Now ($9.60), Royal Status ($11.20) and Ragazzo Dolce ($4.20). In one of the few races Morand didn't win, Joseph and Laurie Davino's Take My Picture ($9, Ross Wolfenden) notched his 33rd career win in the $17,500 Open Trot in 1:55.4. Spunky Jack left from post position two and set fractions of 28.1, 57.4 while Hemi Seelster mounted his attack first over through three-quarters in 1:26.4. Hemi Seelster eventually yielded while pocket sitter Take My Picture, a venerable 9-year-old gelding, readied for the challenge and catapulted to the lead in deep stretch with Royal Becca J gaining late for the place spot. Spunky Jack held on for third. Trained by Nik Drennan, Take My Picture (Classic Photo) boosted his lifetime bankroll closer to $1.1 million. Ross Wolfenden had a driving double. Matthew Sparacino    

HARRINGTON, Del. - Louis Catana and Vincent Bradley's Matinee Dragon ($13.20) won the $11,000 feature and was one of four driving wins on the harness racing program for Victor Kirby at Harrington Raceway Tuesday. The 6-year-old Dragon Again mare, who was dismissed at 5-to-1, set the pace and never relented in her two length win over Annabeth and Playncardswitroddy. It was the 11th training win of the meet for co-owner Vincent Bradley, while her Matinee Dragon's driver notched his third win on the 10 race program. Kirby's previous win came aboard a mare he co-owned and trained, free-legged pacer Caviart Cari Ann ($20) who was a 1:53.2 winner. He also won the first race on the program with Bliss and Luck ($3.40) and the ninth with Hardscrabble Tilly ($5.80). Driver Jim Morand, winner of more than 9,000 races in his career, did something that is not easily accomplished on a half-mile track. Morand won back-to-back races from post position eight in races six and seven aboard Truth Isalwaysbest ($7) and Dallas Jones ($4.40). Kirby (79 wins) is currently second in the driving standings at the meet behind Tony Morgan (83 wins). Morgan, winner of 15,566 races in his career, ranks second all-time among North American drivers in career wins. Joe Hundertpfund Jr. (24 wins) maintains a lead in the trainer standings over Willard Reynolds (17 wins). There are 26 live racing days remaining at the 2016 meet, which concludes October 20. Matthew Sparacino  

HARRINGTON, Del. - Howard Taylor's Handsome Henry K ($13, George Dennis) won the $16,000 Open Pace feature on the Labor Day harness racing program at Harrington Raceway Monday. The 7-year-old Western Ideal gelding followed favorite Dancin Yankee, who was the pacesetter, before surging by near the top of the stretch and overpowering his rivals to a 1:51 win. Little Ben was second, while Dancin Yankee finished third. It was the fourth win of the year for Handsome Henry K, who is trained by Mike Hall. On the undercard, Sharon Wyatt, Robin West and Ronald Benton's Remember Me VK ($5.80, Montrell Teague) notched his third straight win in 1:52.2. Trained by Bobby Wyatt, the 4-year-old Art Director gelding set all the fractions in his 15th career win. Dennis and Tony Morgan each had a pair of wins. Matthew Sparacino  

HARRINGTON, Del. - Richard Polluci's Maestro Blue Chip ($6.80, Victor Kirby) broke the Harrington Raceway 4-year-old trotting horse track record Wednesday with a 1:55.2 win in the featured harness racing $17,500 Open Trot. The Credit Winner stallion left from post position eight and set all the fractions in his win over a stout closing Strong Hope and Spunky Jack. Trained by Jo Ann Looney-King, Maestro Blue Chip continued his banner season with more than $210,000 earned this year in achieving his 12th win of the year. Richard Lombardo, Carl Atley and Robert Leblanc's Hemi Seelster ($5, Montrell Teague) captured the $10,000 sub-feature with a 1:55.1 triumph for trainer Josh Green. Montrell Teague had four winners on the program. Art Stafford Jr., Allan Davis, Jim Morand and Victor Kirby each had two wins on the program. Matthew Sparacino  

HARRINGTON, Del. - In an upset laden harness racing program, Gary Ewing's Sweet Bobbie ($40, Art Stafford Jr.) prevailed in the $16,000 Mares Open Tuesday at Harrington Raceway. The 4-year-old Art Major mare received a pocket trip for the second straight week and again she responded with a win for her owner/trainer Ewing. Sweet Bobbie surged in mid-stretch to grab the lead and held off a late charging Shine N Shimmer, and third place pacesetter Elliesjet N. It was the fifth win of the year for the winner. Long shot winners were a common theme on a program that also produced bombs away winners such as Northern Rocknroll ($49.40, Tony Morgan) and Allisa Page ($30.60 , Russell Foster). Harrington's leading driver, Tony Morgan, had five wins on the program. Matthew Sparacino  

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