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HARRINGTON, Del. - Michael Casalino's Tough Mac ($3.80, Jon Roberts) was victorious in the $16,000 Open Trot Wednesday at Harrington Raceway in 1:55.3. Tough Mac was returning to his home state after a two start stint at Pocono Downs (Pa.), yielded him a third and fourth place finish. The Dylan Davis-trainee was sent immediately for the lead from post position three and assumed command from rail-riding Pocket Trip approaching the opening quarter-mile. Pocket trip soon faltered and went off stride, giving Six Gun Hall a pocket journey as Tough Mac strolled through the mile on top and held off a late charge from Powerful Charger for the win. Six Gun Hall finished third. It was the seventh win of the year for Tough Mac, whose seasonal earnings surpassed $84,000. Roberts and Ross Wolfenden each had a driving double. Matthew Sparacino  

Art and Andrew Stafford's Framed Art ($9.20, Art Stafford Jr.) was a wire-to-wire winner in Monday's featured $12,500 Open II in 1:50.4 at the harness racing meeting at Harrington Raceway. It was a new lifetime best for the 5-year-old Artiscape stallion, who recorded his 14th lifetime win. The win time was just one fifth of a second off the track record for aged pacing stallions (Dancin Yankee). Framed Art held off a charge from Special T Rocks, who was second and third place finisher Mojo Terror. Framed Art, trained by his driver, is a former New York Sire Stakes champion who has banked more than $420,000 lifetime. Jim Morand, Victor Kirby and Jon Roberts each had a driving double. Matt Sparacino  

Janet Hudson's Just a Jolt ($3.20, Victor Kirby) notched his second straight $40,000 Governor's Cup Thursday at the harness racing meeting at Harrington Raceway with a 1:51.2 triumph as part of the annual Governor's Day program during the Delaware State Fair. As the richest program of the year for Delaware harness racing, $610,000 in total purses was up for grabs for exclusively Delaware owned and/or bred horses. The popular local event puts bragging rights at stake as a focal point for many Delaware horsemen on the annual day that is laden with legislators, dignitaries and memorial races. Just A Jolt, a Jim King Jr.-trainee was sent immediately for the lead and never relented as he held off a game Bandolito, who was second and Papa Ray who was a solid third. Just A Jolt recorded his sixth win of the season as his earnings ballooned to more than $112,000 in 2015. The Honorable Governor Jack Markell was on hand to present the trophy to the winning connections. Four $100,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) final events were contested for 3-year-olds. The first featured a track record for another King Jr. trainee, as Purrfect Bags ($4.80, Kirby) cruised to a decisive 1:51.2 victory, a new track record for 3-year-old pacing fillies. Purrfect Bags held off Gigi Deo and Love Forbidden, who rounded out the trifecta. Owned by Joann Looney-King, the Roddy's Bags Again filly, Purrfect Bags, reset the track record formerly co-held by Seboomook Fool Yah and Totally Rusty (1:52.1). The filly trotting final was the next DSBF event as Callmemza ($17.60, Jon Roberts) pulled off a minor upset over Cuddle Punk and My Fire Cloud Too in 1:57.4. A daughter of Great George Two, Callmemza notched her eighth career win for co-owner/trainer Bib Roberts, and co-owners Graham Grace Stables and M&W Stables. In the colt and gelding trotting final, 1-to-9 favorite Go Byem broke stride and changed the complexion of the race as Ed Kimmel's and Don and David Lee Wiest's Perfect Vangogh ($116.60, Tony Morgan) ended up loose on the lead and prevailed over Political Foe in 1:57.4. Go Byem made a dramatic recovery to finish third. A son of JM Vangogh, Perfect Vangogh earned his third career win. The winner was trained by Don Wiest. The pacing colt and geldings final went to Sharon Wyatt, Robin West and Ron Benton's Remember Me VK ($3.20, Montrell Teague) who dazzled with a 1:51.2 score over Roddy's Hot Again and Quick Art. Trained by Bob Wyatt, the Art Director gelding recorded his ninth career win in 12 starts. In the $30,000 Legislator's Cup, featuring the state's top pacing mares, Jason and Susan Skinner's BJ's Sweetheart ($4.20, Morgan) scored in 1:53. The $30,000 Charles Murphy Jr. Memorial Trot went to Gary Evans and Foulk Stables Prayer Session (Corey Callahan, $2.60) in 1:55. Matt Sparacino

HARRINGTON, Del. - Harrington Raceway will showcase many of Delaware's top standardbreds Thursday evening as part of the annual Governor's Day program during the Delaware State Fair. The 13-race program which features Harrington's richest aggregate purse total for one card on the season of $610,000, will have a 7 p.m. post time. A prestigious day of racing is ahead that honors the memory of former track officials, legislators and horsemen and is the focal point for many horsemen year round in pursuit of local bragging rights and camaraderie in front of the biggest crowd of the season for Delaware harness racing. Every horse on the program is either Delaware owned and/or bred. There will be an autograph session featuring the top eight leading drivers at Harrington as well as two of racing's most accomplished pilots, Tim Tetrick and Corey Callahan, beginning at 6 p.m. in the grandstand lobby. T-shirts will also be thrown into the crowd after designated races. As has been customary, four $100,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) finals will be featured among 3-year-old pacers and trotters as will fixtures for aged horses such as the $40,000 Governor's Cup, $30,000 Legislator's Cup, $30,000 Charles Murphy Memorial Trot and $20,000 President's Cup. The first $100,000 DSBF final will include the pacing fillies as two arch rivals who swept their eliminations will square off, Joann Looney-King's Purrfect Bags (5/2, Victor Kirby) and Let It Ride Stables, Dana Parham and Carter Racing's Totally Rusty (2-1, Corey Callahan). The second DSBF final event to go post ward is the filly trotting final, in a competitive group that includes Charles Wimbrow's Silence Is Bliss (5/2, Allan Davis) and Marvin Meyer's Cuddle Punk (7/2, Tim Tetrick), who both swept their elimination events. Bib Roberts, Graham Grace Stables and M&W Stables' Callmemza (3-1, Jon Roberts), a 2-year-old Harrington DSBF champ and 3-year-old champ at Dover Downs, is also a prime contender. The event is named in honor of former Harrington Raceway President, Jack Walls, who passed away in 2003. The DSBF final for trotting colts and geldings is scheduled as the ninth race and honors the memory of former driver/trainer Hal Belote who was tragically killed in a racing accident in 2006. Nanticoke Racing and Delbert Cain's Go Byem (7/5, Les Givens) is considered to be the one to beat after decisive wins in his eliminations for his trainer Givens, a native of Seaford, Del., who has been one of the most successful at winning DSBF events. The last DSBF final on the program is one of the most competitive as three heavy hitting pacers will do battle in Sharon Wyatt, Robin West and Ronald Benton's Remember Me VK (2/1, Montrell Teague), Mo Coo Inc. and Jonathan Klee Racing's Quick Art (5/2, Anthony Morgan), and Michael White's Son of A Sizzle (5/2, Kirby). In the Governor's Cup, a stablemate of Purrfect Bags for trainer Jim King Jr., Janet Hudson's Just a Jolt (2/1, Kirby) aims for a repeat victory in the prestigious event for aged pacers. Only Daryl Bier's Bandolito (7/2, Bier) sports a higher seasonal bankroll in the field. The Honorable Governor Jack Markell is expected to be on hand once again to present the trophy to this year's winner. The top event for pacing mares on the program, the Legislator's Cup, is headlined by Jason and Susan Skinner's BJ's Sweetheart (8/5, Morgan), who was third in last year's event, and Reggie Hazzard's A La Notte Hanover (7/5, Davis). For the first time in recent memory, no mare in the field is older than five. The race also honors the memory of long-time state senator Thurman Adams, who passed away in 2009 as the longest serving senator in the history of the First State. The Charles Murphy Jr. Memorial Trot, is named after the former Harrington Raceway and Delaware State Fair board member. Prayer Session (7/5, Callahan) is the early favorite in the event for older trotters for owners Gary Evans and Foulk Stables. Matthew Sparacino

The second leg of the Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) stakes for 3-year-old trotters was completed Wednesday at the harness racing meeting at  Harrington Raceway with four divisions heading to post. Nanticoke Racing and Delbert Cain's Go Byem (Les Givens) completed a sweep of his eliminations with a dominant 1:56.3 triumph over Perfect Vangogh and Political Foe. The Impel Hanover gelding recorded his fifth win of the year for trainer Givens, who has three straight wins with his trotter. The first filly division went to Charles Wimbrow and Jimmy Lunn's Silence Is Bliss ($3.80, Allan Davis) who was a repeat winner in 1:57.4, over Callmemza and I Got Spunk. Trained by Robert White, Silence Is Bliss is a daughter of Cr Commando. The second filly division went to Marvin Meyer's Cuddle Punk ($2.80, Allan Davis) who was a decisive winner over Bella's Punkett and Sign N Drive. A daughter of Super Punk, Cuddle Punk became the third horse on the card to complete a sweep of their DSBF divisions. Cuddle Punk is trained by Joe King. Egosnattitudes ($2.80, Jon Roberts) prevailed in the remaining colt and gelding division with a 2:00.2 victory for trainer and co-owner Bib Roberts. The Great George Two gelding was under careful handling early before overpowering the field late for a convincing win over Luck Dynasty and Win Power. In the overnight feature on the program, Mike Casalino's Tough Mac ($2.80, Roberts) dominated a field of seven in the $16,000 Open Trot as he was a wire-to-wire winner over Six Gun Hall and Powerful Charger. Trained by Dylan Davis, it was the sixth win of the season for Tough Mac, a 6-year-old gelded son of Lockkeeper. The $100,000 DSBF finals will take place on Governor's Day during the Delaware State Fair July 30 with a special 7 p.m. post time as part of a stakes-laden program with total purses in excess of $600,000. Victor Kirby had three winners on the program. Matt Sparacino  

HARRINGTON, Del. - A total of 21 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) pacing fillies completed their second leg of harness racing stakes action Tuesday at Harrington Raceway. Gigi Deo ($2.10, Ross Wolfenden) was a decisive winner in the first division with a 1:54.3 triumph over Little Sandyloam and Windy Pacific. Owned by J&T Silva and C&G Racing Stable and Deo Volente Farms, the Riggins sired filly notched her sixth career win in 18 starts for trainer Aaron Lambert. Joann Looney-King's Purrfect Bags ($2.10, Victor Kirby) completed her sweep of DSBF eliminations with a 1:53 triumph over Love Forbidden and Fancy Sound. Trained by Jim King Jr., the Roddy's Bags Again filly (Purrfect Bags) never had an anxious moment in her five length score. Meanwhile, Totally Rusty ($2.10, Wolfenden) also capped off a sweep of her eliminations with a 1:54 romp over Nella's Bus and Iaquinta. Totally Rusty, a daughter of Rusty's For Real, picked up her 14th career win in 17 lifetime starts for owners Let It Ride Stables, Dana Parham and Carter Racing Stables. Totally Rusty, who co-holds the track record for 3-year-old fillies, is trained by Ross Croghan. George Dennis had four winners on the program. A series of four $100,000 DSBF finals will be contested on July 30 at Harrington Raceway as part of a rich program during the Delaware State Fair with a special 7 p.m. post time. Matt Sparacino

Delaware-sired pacing colts and geldings kicked off the second week of DSBF (Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund) stakes action Monday at the harness racing meeting at  Harrington Raceway. In the first DSBF division, Mo Coo Inc. and Jonathan Klee Racing's Quick Art ($7, Tony Morgan) set the fractions after taking the lead in prompt fashion from post position six while Remember Me VK challenged first over and Roddy's Hot Again waited in the pocket throughout. Remember Me Vk put in a strong rally but could not get to a game Quick Art, who would prevail in 1:51.3. Roddy's Hot Again was third. It was the first defeat in 2015 for Remember Me VK, who went off as the 1-to-5 favorite. Quick Art notched his sixth win of the year for trainer Josh Green, who captured both divisions of DSBF action Monday. Michael White's Son of a Sizzle (Victor Kirby, $2.10) captured the second division with a commanding score over Smoking Joey and Art Season in 1:52.4. The Life Sizzles colt never had an anxious moment in his open length score for trainer Green. John Cancelliere's Special T Rocks (Jon Roberts, $6.60) prevailed in the $12,500 Kenny McNutt Memorial in 1:51.1 for his third straight win for trainer Joe Hundertpfund. The race was named in the honor of long-time trainer/driver McNutt, who had Canadian roots but spent many years racing in the Mid-Atlantic region and passed away earlier this year. Kirby had three driving wins on the program. Matt Sparacino  

HARRINGTON, Del. - The Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) stakes for 3-year-olds will complete their second leg of eliminations this week at Harrington Raceway. The pacing colts and geldings will be the first in action on tonight's (July 6) harness racing program as two divisions, slated 4th and 10th on the 13-race program will go to post. In the first division, two elimination winners square off as Remember Me VK (7/5, Montrell Teague), unbeaten in 2015, will attempt to overcome post seven and Quick Art (9/5, Tony Morgan) will start from post six. Remember Me VK is so far unbeaten in 2015 in five starts for trainer Bob Wyatt and owners Sharon Wyatt, Robin West and Ron Benton. Quick Art won his elimination last week in 1:53.2 for owners Mo Coo Inc., and Jonathan Klee Racing. Michael White's Son of a Sizzle (7/5, Victor Kirby) will head the second split and will start from the coveted rail after a runner up finish to Remember Me Vk on June 29. A total of 16 colts and geldings comprise the two divisions. The filly pacers will battle on Tuesday as 21 horses will fulfill the three divisions. The first division is absent an elimination winner from last week, but Jerry Silva, C&G Racing Stable and Deo Volente Farms' Gigi Deo (3/2, Ross Wolfenden), trained by Aaron Lambert, is the morning line choice after a third place finish in her elimination behind overwhelming favorite Totally Rusty (7/5, Corey Callahan), who will spearhead the third division for owners Let It Ride Stables, Dana Parham and Carter Racing Stables and trainer Ross Croghan. Joann Looney-King's Purrfect Bags (7/5, Kirby) heads the second division field in pursuit of her 12th win in 15 career starts for trainer Jim King Jr. after an elimination win in 1:53 on June 30. Runner-up Love Forbidden (2/1, Daryl Bier), owned by JL Sadowsky LLC, and fellow elimination winner Henry Faragalli III's Fancy Sound (3-1, Jim Morand) appear to be Purrfect Bags' main contenders. Trotters take center stage on Wednesday with two divisions for colts and geldings and two for fillies slated. The first will be an abbreviated four-horse field in a non-wagering event led by Nanticoke Racing and Delbert Cain's Go Byem, who won his first elimination impressively in 1:56 under the guidance of trainer/driver Les Givens. Fellow elimination winner Perfect Vangogh (Tony Morgan) and Dover Downs $100,000 final winner Political Foe (Eddie Dennis) are among the field. The second division for the boys will be the 10th race on the wagering card, as 2-year-old DSBF champ, Egosnattitudes (Jon Roberts) will attempt to atone for a miscue in his elimination last week. His rivals feature no elimination winners from last week, but does include runner-up finisher, Luck Dynasty (Kirby) among the five horse field. The numbers were more plentiful on the filly side as 16 fillies entered the second leg with two round one winners set to square off in the evening's fourth race, Charles Wimbrow and Jim Lunn Jr.'s Silence is Bliss (Allan Davis) and Bib Roberts, Graham Grace Stables and M&W Stables' Callmemza (Jon Roberts). Leigh Raymer's I Got Spunk (Kirby), was a beaten favorite and finished second in her elimination for her owner/trainer and is also among the chief contenders. The second filly division is headed by Marvin Meyer's Cuddle Punk (Allan Davis), who won her elimination impressively in 1:58.3. Harrington's final week before the summer break is Monday through Thursday this week. Post time 5:30 p.m. The $100,000 DSBF finals are part of a prestigious program on July 30 during the Delaware State Fair with a special 7 p.m. post time. Matthew Sparacino

HARRINGTON, Del. - Three $20,000 divisions of harness racing 3-year-old pacing fillies in the Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) stakes' first leg were contested Tuesday at Harrington Raceway. Let It Ride Stable, Dana Parham and Carter Racing Stable's Totally Rusty ($2.10, Corey Callahan) equaled the track record for sophomore pacing fillies with a 1:52.1 romp over Nella's Bus and Gigi Deo. Trained by Ross Croghan, Totally Rusty recorded her 13th win in 16 lifetime starts. A daughter of Rusty's For Real, she was a 13-length winner in the $100,000 DSBF final at Dover Downs on April 8. The track record is now co-held with Seboomook Fool Yah, who achieved the feat in 2014. Henry Faragalli III's Fancy Sound ($2.80, Jim Morand) took the first division in 1:54.1 over Cedar Hall Heiress and Fountain Pen. Fancy Sound, a Les Givens trainee sired by Veeza, set the pace throughout in her victory. Joann Looney-King's Purrfect Bags ($2.80, Victor Kirby) was victorious in the final division with a front end win in 1:53 over Love Forbidden and Littlesandyloam. Trained by Jim King Jr., the Roddy's Bags Again filly notched her 11th win in 14 career starts. It was one of four winners on the program for Kirby. Richard Lombardo and David Kryway's Also Encouraging ($5.20, Allan Davis) won the overnight feature, the $16,000 Mares Open in 1:52.4 for trainer Josh Green. It was the fifth win in eight seasonal starts for the daughter of No Pan Intended. Matthew Sparacino

HARRINGTON, Del. - Two $20,000 divisions of the Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) stakes for 3-year-old pacing colts and geldings highlighted the Monday harness racing program at Harrington Raceway. Mo Coo Inc. and Jonathan Klee Racing's Quick Art ($4, Tony Morgan) took the first division in 1:53.2. Sent off as the even-money favorite from post position seven, the Artzina gelding assumed early command from Smoking Joey and never relented in victory. Byby Landon closed ground late to finish second, narrowly beating Roddy's Hot Again who was third. Trained by Josh Green, Quick Art registered his fifth win of the season, with his previous wins coming on the New York circuit. The second division featured a showdown of two Delaware heavyweights, Michael White's Son of a Sizzle, who won an Art Rooney Memorial elimination and Sharon Wyatt, Robin West and Ron Benton's Remember Me Vk , winner of all four of his 2015 starts. When the dust settled, it was Remember Me Vk prevailing by a length in 1:54 over Son of a Sizzle and Art Season. The Art Director gelding, Remember Me Vk set a modest pace with fractions of 28.1, 58 and 1:26.2. Son Of A Sizzle was unable to make a serious charge in the stretch but held well in second. Remember Me Vk improved to 5-for-5 in 2015 for trainer Bob Wyatt. Green and Morgan struck again in the $16,000 Open, the overnight feature, as L&J Racing's EZ Noah ($3, Morgan) won his fourth consecutive race in 1:52.2 over Island Lexus and Main A Dieu Too. Bobby Clark-trained Jingle Bell Rocker ($2.40, Corey Callahan) notched his fifth straight win in a $7,500 claiming event for owner Tina Clark. Callahan, Allan Davis, Jim Morand, Morgan, Art Stafford Jr. and Jon Roberts each had driving doubles. Matthew Sparacino      

HARRINGTON, Del. - Bob Shahan and Don Marine's Six Gun Hall ($5, Allan Davis) broke the track record for harness racing aged trotting horses Wednesday at Harrington Raceway with a 1:54.4 triumph in the $12,500 Open II. Sired by Deweycheatumnhowe, Six Gun Hall wore down pacesetter I'm So Striking in the stretch and held off a late charge from Pittstop Kip, who was second, for the win. Trained by co-owner Shahan, it was the fifth win of the season for Six Gun Hall. Three non-wagering pony races at a half-mile distance for Harness Horse Youth Foundation's (HHYF) 11 campers were conducted after each of the first three races with the campers being assisted by licensed drivers in a double-seated jog cart. The camp participants were capping a week long day-to-day harness racing experience. Cd's Miss M (Jessica Beauchamp/Montrell Teague) was a dominant winner in the first division, timed in 1:15.4. In the second HHYF event, Royal Attire (Charline Engerran/Allan Davis) prevailed in 1:24. The third division saw CD's Miss M (Hayley Halloran/Ross Wolfenden) triumph again in 1:15.1. Each of the 11 campers was recognized in the winner's circle for their participation by the Executive Director of the Delaware Harness Commission, Mark Davis. HHYF Executive Director Ellen Taylor and her team of volunteers, including HHYF board member Karen Craft of Harrington Raceway were also on hand. There's a deviation from the normal schedule at Harrington with no live racing on Thursday June 25, however, the Monday through Thursday schedule will resume on June 29. Matthew Sparacino  

J&M Racing's Embassy Seelster ($4.80, George Dennis) notched her sixth win of the season Tuesday in the featured $16,000 Mares Open at the harness racing meeting at Harrington Raceway in 1:53.2. Trained by Doug Lewis, the 5-year-old Modern Art mare was sent to the front from post seven and never relented in her half length score over BJ's Sweetheart and Also Encouraging. Embassy Seelster, the Harrington track record holder for aged mares, has not been worse than third in her past eight starts, including five wins. It was a good night for the Lewis barn who two races earlier, won their fifth race of the meet with Narcian Jewel ($3.20, Allan Davis). Narcian Jewel has won five of her last six races for owner Jerry Clark. Dennis and Victor Kirby each had three wins on the program. Allan Davis had a driving double. Matt Sparacino

Daryl Bier's Bandolito ($2.60, Bier) was a decisive winner in the $16,000 Open Pace Monday at the harness racing meeting at Harrington Raceway in 1:51.4. The 5-year-old Ponder stallion led virtually wire-to-wire in hand over Bad Boy Matt and Shiretown Pitbull. Bandolito raced at Pocono Downs in his most recent two starts, including a 1:49.2 victory on May 30. Monday's win was the 22nd in his career, which has banked him more than $380,000. In the sub-featured $12,500 Open II, Robbins Nest Farm's Island Lexus ($17.80, George Dennis) recorded a new lifetime best with a 1:51.2 win for trainer John Wilkerson. Montrell Teague had a driving triple, with two wins aboard Kevin Switzer conditioned horses, giving the latter a training double. Members of the Harness Horse Youth Foundation's Youth Camp were on hand and recognized after the sixth race as 11 youngsters are participating in the annual week-long camp teaching them about all things harness racing. Three youth camp races will be conducted in between races on the Wednesday program as the kids cap their Harrington Raceway adventures off with what is sure to be a memorable event as they get their turn in the sulky in a half-mile dash. Spearheaded by HHYF Executive Director Ellen Taylor, the organization provides young people and their families with harness racing information and experiences in order to foster the next generation of fans and participants. Ross Wolfenden had two winners. Matt Sparacino  

Jim King Jr. and Tim Tetrick's Powerful Charger ($8.40, Victor Kirby) notched his seventh win of the year Wednesday in his 1:54.1 triumph in the $16,000 Open Trot at the harness racing meeting at Harrington Raceway. The 7-year-old Powerful Emotion gelding stalked pacesetter Tough Mac throughout the mile before edging clear of that rival in the final strides. Rolls Blue Chip finished third. Trained by co-owner King Jr., it was the 29th career win for Powerful Charger. It is sure to be an eventful week for trainer King Jr., who trains Wakizashi Hanover (5/2, Tim Tetrick), a North American Cup elimination winner who will compete in the $1 million final at Mohawk Racetrack (Ontario, Canada) on Saturday June 20. The North American Cup Final is slated as the 12th race on the Mohawk program with an estimated post time of 10:40 p.m. Kirby had three driving wins on the program. Art Stafford Jr. had two wins. Matt Sparacino

HARRINGTON, Del. - Richard Lombardo and David Kryway's Also Encouraging ($4, Allan Davis) was a well-backed winner in her 1:53.4 score in the $16,000 Mares Open Tuesday at the harness racing meeting at Harrington Raceway. It was the second straight night a Josh Green-trained entrant took an Open-level event, after EZ Noah, prevailed for a third straight week on Monday. Also Encouraging, a 4-year-old Western Terror mare registered her fourth win in six starts this season. Also Encouraging followed Star Keeper and Embassy Seelster into the race into the live outer flow after Senorita Santanna cruised through the fractions while receiving heavy pressure to the three quarters. Embassy Seelster wore down the leader before Also Encouraging gathered momentum late to prevail. Star Keeper finished third. It was one of four wins for Davis on the program. Tony Morgan drove three winners, while George Dennis had a driving double. Matt Sparacino  

HARRINGTON, Del. - L&J Racing Inc.'s EZ Noah (Tony Morgan, $2.60) continued to relish the Delaware air with his third straight harness racing win, this one in 1:51.4, Monday in the $16,000 Open Pace at Harrington Raceway. The 6-year-old Western Terror gelding had spent the winter in the tropical climate of Pompano Beach, Fl., where he raced at Pompano Park. Sent off as the 1-to-5 favorite Monday, the Josh Green-trainee did not disappoint and remains unbeaten in his three Delaware starts this season. He led virtually gate-to-wire and was a one length winner over People Are Crazy and Elite Awards. Montrell Teague, who had three wins on the program, took the early double with Shiretown Pitbull ($5.60) and Remember Me VK ($2.10). Remember Me VK improved to 4-for-4 to start his sophomore campaign with a dazzling 1:51.4 win for trainer Bob Wyatt and owners Sharon Wyatt, Robin West and Robin Benton. The Art Director gelding has won 7 of 9 career starts. Driver Victor Kirby also had a driving double, winning consecutive races in the third and fourth with Raritan Bay ($5) and Beavercreek Artist ($5.60). Jon Roberts, piloted Feel Like A Fool ($2.80) and Tauranga ($5.60) to victory to complete his driving double, while George Dennis also had two winners with Something Blue ($6) and Roddys Hot Again ($3.20). Allan Davis was the fifth driver to win at least two races on the card, prevailing with Provenance ($2.40) and Son of a Sizzle ($3.60). Son of a Sizzle, a son of Life Sizzles and a familiar rival of Remember Me VK, prepped for upcoming DSBF action with an impressive 1:53 win for trainer Green, who had a double. Matthew Sparacino  

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