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Defending driver champion Corey Callahan won five races including the $27,500 Preferred/ Open/Handicap feature in 1:50.1 on a longshot filled Thursday, (Feb. 8). In a pulverizing stretch finish 15-1 Super Imposed N stepped up in class and beat home fast closing Sicily (Montrell Teague) with Cajon Lightning and leader turning for home Missle J, the race favorite right there in the photo.---Highalator, off at 10-1, also finished strongly for Roger Plante Jr. drawing off for a 1:52.1 conquest in an $18,000 4-Year-Old Open / Handicap. Major Uptrend won the fastest race on the card in 1:49.4 with Tony Morgan handling the reins for trainer Tim Crissman. --- Dialamara won the first of two $25,000-$30,000-$35,000 Claiming paces with Tim Tetrick at the controls.--- Captive Audience used the passing lane to get up in 1:50.1to win the other high claiming division for driver Mike Cole.----Callahan had five winners, Morgan and trainer Crissman had three---Reggiano was claimed by Bobby Glassmeyer for $30,000 ---------------------------- DURING THE WEEK Third turning for home, Tetrick with Cashendash Hanover  took the passing lane route to a three-quarter length 1:52.2 victory in feature for the second straight Monday (Feb. 5). ---In a $12,500 claimer, Sean Bier and Jet Blue Miracle got up in the same winning time of 1:52.2. ---Magic Maddy won the day’s top trot in 1:55.3 driven by Tony Morgan.--- Tetrick, Morgan and Roberts had two winners each. --------------------------------------------------` On Tuesday, race favorite Moonlight Cocktail and longshot Bro Hanover came through with victories in co-feature races while Morgan rang-up four winners, Tetrick and Russell Foster had two apiece.---Moonlight Cocktail recorded her second win in the last three outings, a 1:53.2 lifetime best in the first $12,000 Winners-Over trot of the day. Morgan , who has driven her in all of her Dover starts, guided the convincing win. ---Sean Bier shot Bro Hanover into the lead on the backstretch and then pulled away for a 1:53.3 career mark in the other $12,000 Winners pace event.---Big Valley Speed (Ettrick) won the $15,000-$17,500 Claiming/Handicap trot in 1:54.4 and was claimed. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Wednesday. Shartin N stepped up to the $25,000 Mares Open/Handicap on Feb. 7 for a 1:52.3 triumph ending long win streaks for two rivals over a sloppy track. Shartin N, with Tetrick, won for the fourth straight time, including her last race Down Under, ending Divas Image and Terror At Night’s three wins-in-a-row, in 1:52.3. On the undercard: Moments Of Joy , owned and trained by Bryan Truitt with Vic Kirby driving equaled her lifetime record of 1:54.--- Montrell Teague guided Use Your Noodle to her fourth win in her last six races registering a 1:53 victory in a $13,000 distaff pace. ---Tetrick had a triple while Teague and Callahan made the winner’s circle twice.   ------------------------------------ Defending champion Callahan and one-time champ Tetrick continue deadlocked at the top of the Leading Driver statistics tied with 97 wins each.  Morgan is third with 83 winners. Kirby and Art Stafford Jr. are in a 58 both, deadlock for fourth place.. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Jim King Jr. hold on Leading Trainer remains at one-win, 26 winners with defending champion Dylan Davis second with 25. Eric Ell, Joe Columbo and Nick Callahan are in a three-way tie for third place, all with 22 wins. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del. --- Defending driver champion Corey Callahan won five races including the $27,500 Preferred Open harness racing feature in 1:50.1 on a longshot filled Thursday, Feb. 8 at Dover Downs. In a pulverizing stretch finish 15-1 Super Imposed N stepped up in class and beat home fast closing Sicily (Montrell Teague) with Cajon Lightning (Art Stafford Jr.) and leader turning for home Missle J.(Tim Tetrick), the race favorite right there in the photo. Missle J had battled Something Said (Jonathan Roberts) from the three quarters until finally taking the lead on the final turn. The win by the Jereme's Jet-Madam Superior gelding was the fifth for Callahan. It was the first of two for owner-trainer Mike Hall and partner David Hamm. Highalator, off at 10-1, also finished strongly for Roger Plante Jr. drawing off for a 1:52.1 conquest in an $18,000 4-Year-Old Open/Handicap. Trainer Jenny Bier and Joann Dombeck own the son of Somebeachsomewhere-Higher And Higher who won for the first time this season and 13th time in his career with a $144,598 bankroll. Allwillworkout (Callahan) was runner-up with Down On Mainstreet (Stafford Jr.) third. Major Uptrend won the fastest race on the card in 1:49.1 with Tony Morgan handling the reins for trainer Tim Crissman and owners Crissman and Niss Allen Inc. The Somebeachsomewhere-Tricky Tooshie gelding won his first of 2018 and 39th lifetime building his earnings to 455,833. Sweet Rock (Vic Kirby) was a strong second. Moonliteonthebeach (Allan Davis) was the show horse. Howard Taylor and Rich Lombardo's Dialamara won the first of two $25,000-$30,000-$35,000 Claiming paces with Tim Tetrick at the controls. Ideal Fashion (Morgan) was second with Hi Sir (Russell Foster) third. Josh Green conditions the Lis Mara-Ladysai gelding. Captive Audience, who started from the rail, came along the passing lane to get up in 1:50.1to win the other high claiming division. Mike Cole drove the Art Major-Captive island 8-year-old to his initial win of the year, his 18th lifetime with earnings of $877,623. Whirl Monroe (Kirby) was a close second with Reggiano (Morgan) third and was claimed. Callahan had five winners, Morgan and trainer Tim Crissman had three. Live racing is featured Monday through Thursday weekly with a 4: 30 p.m. post time. No live racing Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. A changing menu of fine foods is available to diners watching the races from the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races continue each day from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Dover Downs Race and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del. --- Shartin N stepped up to the $25,000 Mares Open/Handicap on Wednesday, Feb. 7 for a 1:52.3 triumph ending long win streaks for two harness racing rivals over a sloppy track at Dover Downs.    . The five-year-old daughter of Tintin In America-Bagdarin won for the fourth straight time, including her last race Down Under, ending Divas Image and Terror At Night’s three wins-in-a-row. With Tim Tetrick at the controls, Shartin N pealed three-wide around the final turn to take the lead on the way to a 1:52.3 victory. Scandalicious (Jonathan Roberts) moved closer to $500,000 lifetime earnings, finishing second with Divas Image (Tony Morgan) third. Enhance Your Mind was scratched. Shartin N joins several others owned by Richard Pollucci and JoAnn Looney King as a top-class performer in the Jim King Stable. On the undercard: Moments Of Joy , owned and trained by Bryan Truitt with Vic Kirby driving equaled her lifetime record of 1:54 besting Goin Again (Vince Copeland) at the wire for her second consecutive win and fourth in her last six to win the $15,000 Mares pace. The Lion Sleeps (Russell Foster) was third. Moments Of Joy is a four-year-old by Western Terror-Joy Luck Hall. Montrell Teague guided Use Your Noodle to her fourth win in her last six races registering a 1:53 victory in a $13,000 distaff pace. Henry Faragalli III, Feeney, Johnson and Nanticoke Racing own the five-year-old Artzina-Lo Gophobia mare who held off a determined challenge by Duneside Chella (Kirby) by a half-length. Skateboard Chic (Russell Foster) was the show finisher. Tetrick had a triple while Teague and Callahan made the winner’s circle twice.   MISSLE J, SOMETIMES SAID, SICILY HEAD DOVER $27,500 THURSDAY Missle J, last week’s 1:50 winner of the $27,500 Preferred- Open/Handicap returns to meet emerging speedster Sometimes Said, a 1:49.3 winner of a sub-feature and Sicily, a 2017 standout,  among the seven speedballs in this week’s feature on another standout 13-race card at Dover Downs on Thursday, Feb. 8. John McGill and Brian Carsey’s Missle J, with Tim Tetrick turned in a wire-to-wire victory last week and faces Bobby  Glassmeyer’s Sometimes Said, who stepped up after his sixth consecutive win, even faster, a week ago. There is plenty of opposition headed by Reggie Hazzard and Legacy Racing’s Sicily, who closed out last December with a font-pacing 1:48.4 performance, with Montrell Teague at the controls. Cajon Lightning is another hard-hitter with regular driver Art Stafford Jr. back in the bike. Eric Ell trains for owners Ken Wood, Bill Dittmar, Steve Iaquinta and Minisik Farms. Rich Pollucci’s Baileys Rock N has won six times with Tim Tetrick in his last eight races with two close-up seconds during that spell, Mike Hall and Dave Hamm’s Super Imposed N drew the rail with Corey Callahan while the only newcomer Jennifer Bongiorno Stable’s Gratian Hanover reports from Yonkers but must start from post 7. Three in the $18,000 4-Year-Old Open/Handicap seek to extend win streaks: George Teague Jr.’s fast Daiymir (Montrell Teague), with three in-a-row, JoAnn Loone-King’s Q’s Cruise (Tetrick) off a Meadowlands win and George&Tina Dennis’ Nothwest Yankee (Mike Cole), a 1:51.4 winner last week. Nine start in the last race on the strong 19-race card going for a $19,000 purse in a highly competitive $25,000-$30,000-$35,000 Claiming Handicap: For the second straight week, Mike Casalino and trainer Dylan Davis’ Jet Airway (Callahan), a winner last Thursday, starts from the outside, post 8. Chief contenders are Arty Foster II and Wanda May Saulsbury’s sharp Whirl Monroe (Kirby), Mildred Ventriglio’s fast finishing Reggiano (Morgan), and Arty Foster’s Legion Of Boom (Russell Foster), On a solid undercard are a $16,000, two $14,500 and three $13,000 paces. Dover Downs offers a 50-cent Pick 5 wager, starting with the 2nd race through the 6th. A late daily double is carded for the 12th and 13th races. Live racing each Monday through Thursday with post time at 4:30 p.m. A fine and varied selection of food is available to enjoy while watching the races at the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races is featured daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Race and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del. --- Race favorite Moonlight Cocktail and longshot Bro Hanover came through with harness racing victories in the Tuesday, Feb. 6 Dover Downs co-feature races while Tony Morgan rang-up four winners . Moonlight Cocktail destined to be bred later this spring to Chapter Seven, owned by the Kadabra-Angostua four-year-old’s co-owners Richard Gutnick and TLP Stable, recorded her second win in the last three outings, a 1:53.2 lifetime best in the first $12,000 Winners-Over trot of the day. Tony Morgan , who has driven her in all of her Dover starts, guided the convincing win. Soda Pump (Tim Tetrick) was runner-up with Honor And Serve (Corey Callahan) third. Sean Bier shot Bro Hanover into the lead on the backstretch and then pulled away for a 1:53.3 career mark in the other $12,000 Winners pace event. Crissy Crissman-Bier owns and trains the altered son of Somebeachsomewhere-Burning Point four-year-old. It was also his second win in the last three races. Takeittotheface (Morgan) finished second in front of BT’s Breeze (Vic Kirby). Rollinlikethunder was a late scratch. Big Valley Speed won the $15,000-$17,500 Claiming/Handicap trot and  was claimed. Tim Tetrick left fast from outside post 8 in a nine-horse field, and then was never troubled on the way to a 1:54.4 equaling his lifetime record It was the Valley Speed-Biggirlreautyful gelding’s second straight triumph and fourth in his las five races for trainer Traci Berry and owners J. Craparotta&P.Berry Racing. Big Valley Speed was claimed for $17,500. Everyone’s Talkin (Russell Foster) and Man Of Muscle (Kirby) were second and third respectively.    . On Wednesday, a hard-hitting octet of fast females headed by Divas Image (Morgan), seeking a fifth straight $25,000 Mares Open win takes on three-time winner Terror At Night (Montrell Teague) and Shartin N (Tetrick)) a winner of her last two in-a-row. DIVAS IMAGE, SHARTIN N, TERROR AT NIGHT LEAD $25,000 MARES OPEN Three starters-Divas Image, Shartin N and Terror At Night – all with win streak alive – lead an eight-horse field in the $25,000 Mares Open/Handicap on Wednesday, Feb. 7 at Dover Downs. A  $15,000  and $13,000 female pace head the undercard . Post time is 4:30 p.m. Last week Corey Callahan drove Ed Maas, Arlene Paisley and Nanticoke Racing own Terror At Night to a convincing victory in the distaff feature. Our Hrs Cents, Stable 45 and J&T Silva stable’s Divas Image has a potent four straight victories to her credit with Tony Morgan handling the reins. Meanwhile Shartin N, a recent addition to the Rich Pollucci and JoAnn Looney-King barn has been perfect in his two North American starts with Tim Tetrick at the controls.   Gary Ewing’s Sweet Robbie was again right there finished second with regular driver At Stafford Jr. back to drive one of the meet’s most consistent performers finishing out of the money in only two of her starts. Enhance Your Mind and Vic Kirby are last season’s Horse of the Meet. JFE Enterprise’s Scandalicious nearing the $500,000 earnings mark will be driven by Jonathan Roberts piloting. Claim To Fame’s Hold It Hanover, with Eddie Davis Jr. completes the field. On a strong undercard, in the $15,000 Mares Winners pace, owner-trainer-driver Vince Copeland’s Goin Again, Bill Cantrell’s Lil Miss Gorgeous (Stafford Jr.) and Bryan Truitt’s Moments Of Joy (Kirby) seek to extend win streaks.  Use Your Noodle (Montrell Teague) owned by Feeney, Johnson, Henry Faragalli III and Nanticoke Racing, and Duneside Chella (Kirby) lead nine to post in a $13,000 Mares pace. Live racing is featured four days a week, Monday through Thursday with post time at 4:30 p.m. Dover Downs’ features a 50-cent Pick 5 wager starting with the 2nd race through the 6th. A late daily double is carded for the 12th and 13th races. Watch the live racing and enjoy fine food at the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races each day from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Race and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del. ---  Third turning for home, Tim Tetrick with Cashendash Hanover, took the passing lane route to a three-quarter length 1:52.2 harness racing victory in the Dover Downs feature for the second-straight week on Monday, Feb. 5.. After a ;26 opening panel, the $17,500 Claiming pace resulted into a battle between two 11-year-old veterans who have each earned around a half-million during their their careers with owner-trainer Dylan Davis’ Cashendash Hanover, an altered son of Western Hanover-Castanet Hall, is now at $500,669 lifetime. Runner-up was Fancyfreeshark (Jonathan Roberts) the youngest horse in the eight-horse field, six-year-old Lew’s Maverick (Montrell Teague) closing fast to be third. In a $12,500 claimer, Sean Bier and Jet Blue Miracle got up in the same winning time of 1:52.2. The Jereme’s Jet-Blue Spock gelding owned by R.J.Thomas and trained by Crissy Bier, held off Lee Is A Star (Tony Morgan) with Fire In The Belly (Tetrick) finishing third . Magic Maddy won the day’s top trot in 1:55.3 driven by Tony Morgan. A four-year-old daughter of Majestic Son-Mystic Madeleine, Magic Maddy got to the front early and led the way to a new personal speed record for owners, trainer Vince Bradley and Lou Catana. Hannah’s Charm (Tetrick) nipped My Big Kadillac (Vince Copeland) for second-place honors.  On Wednesday, a hard-hitting octet of fast females headed by Divas Image (Morgan), seeking a fifth straight $25,000 Mares Open win takes on three-time winner Terror At Night (Montrell Teague) and Shartin N (Tetrick)) a winner of her last two in-a-row. A $12,000 TR0T AND $12,000 PACE TUESDAY TWIN DOVER FEATURES Soda Pump and Moonlight Cocktail meet in the $12,000 trot while promising Rolllikethunder seeks a third straight win in the $12,000 co-feature pace on Tuesday, Feb. 6 at Dover Downs. Post time is 4:30 p.m.  In the top trot, Soda Pump is fresh from a come-om-behind 1:55.1 success in last week’s feature, his second victory in three starts for owner-driver Tim Tetrick and Triple D Stables. Soon to be bred Moonlight Cocktail with Tony Morgan driving has been right there in her last three starts, a third, a win and a second. A strong newcomer is Bamon Stable’s Theraputic with Allan Davis, wo has been racing distance trots recently at Yonkers. Perseverance and driver Art Stafford J. is a popular local standout. He recently won four straight for owners Ken Wood, Bill Dittmar, Steve Iaquinta and Tribbett Racing. Honor And Serve racing for Howard Taylor, Tom Lazzaro and trainer Dylan Davis gets an inside post and driver Corey Callahan. William Cantrell’s Deacons Valley drew the rail with Eddie Davis Jr. in the bike. William Mofftt’s sharp Gillie The Kid and Ross Wolfenden is another contender as are Bamond Racing’s Therapeutic,  in the hands of Allan Davis and Mark Ford’s Dynamic Edge leaving from outside post 8 with Vic Kirby.. Three starters in the $12,000 Co-feature pace are looking to extend win streaks. Trainer Dan Warrington and Don Hawk’s Rollinlikethunder (Eddie Davis Jr.) has won two straight but drew the outside in the eight horse field. Alongside is BT’s Breeze (Kirby) won is a winner of two of three. Shawn Hanley’s Takeittotheface (Morgan) won over an off-track last week.  Not to be overlooked are Hoard Taylor’s Passport To Art (Callahan) from the rail, Crissy Bier’s Bro Hanover (Sean Bier) and owner-trainer-driver Art Stafford Jr.’s A Farmboys Success. Enviro Stable’s Art Miami (Tetrick) makes his first start of the year while George & Tina Dennis Racing’s All Night Party (Mike Cole) rounds out the lineup. Dover Downs features a 50-cent Pick 5 wager starting with the 2nd race through the 6th. A late daily double is carded for the 12th and 13th races. Dover Downs races four days a week, Monday through Thursday with post time at 4:30 p.m. An excellent selection of food is available while watching the races at the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races each day from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Race and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad

Missle J was never headed in a 1:50 conquest in the Thursday, Feb. 1 $25,000 harness racing headliner. Meanwhile, Sometimes Said was even faster scoring a scintillating 1:49.3 victory to keep his lengthy win streak alive. Corey Callahan drove a quadruple of winners.---Tim Tetrick took no prisoners in the feature race taking the lead in :26.3 at the start on the way to his 18th lifetime victory and second in a row. Cajon Lightning (Russell Foster) sat second the mile with Hypothetical (Tony Morgan) third. The race marked the end of Little Ben’s four-race win streak. ---------------------------------------------------- Back in mid-December, Bobby Glassmeyer picked Something Said, who had a two-race win streak, out of a $12,500 claimer. Since, the gelding step up to win a pair of $25,000 claimers, and two $13,000 Winner-Over paces including this week when Jonathan Roberts piloting a sixth win in-a-row fashioning a 1:49.3 lifetime mark.--Corey Callahan completed the program guiding Cash Is King, to a second straight win in 1:52.2 in a $16,000 Winners pace.---Northwest Yankee started in the second tier before recording a 1:51.4 decision for Mike Cole in a $14,500 Winners test.---In another $14,500 division, Hail To The Master closed with a rush at 11-1 for Kim Vincent to register a 1:52.1 success---Jet Airway overcame starting from outside post 8 to win the $25,000-$30,000 Claiming Handicap in 1:50.4.---Callahan had four winners, Tony Morgan, three.. ---------------------------- DURING THE WEEK; Both trotter Gravitator and pacer JJ Flynn made their first 2018 appearances in the winner's circle after impressive harness racing victories in the Monday, Jan. 29 feature races. Gravitator was all alone in the stretch on the way to a convincing 1:55 lifetimes best clocking with Eddie Davis Jr. In the top pace, JJ Flynn and Ross Wolfenden was an easy 1;52.2 winner. Wolfenden also drove the longshot of the day, Very Dark, conditioned by Ceba Horsey, who recorded a new lifetime mark of 1:56.4 at 32-1---Mike Cole returned to driving for the first time in five years and registered a double.---Tim Tetrick won three race, Tony Morgan, Ross Wolfenden, Vic Kirby and Mike Cole had doubles. Trainers Tim Crissman and Joe Columbo and owners George&Tina Dennis Racing had two winners. --------------------------------------------------` On Tuesday, Jan. 30; For the second straight time Royal Becca J overpowered the $25,000 Open/Handicap field, this time in 1:54.2 in a wire-to-wire performance. It’s been an exceptional week for driver Jack Parker Jr.’s two top trotters stable. Last Sunday, Parker guided NF Happenstance to victory over an off-track at Yonkers in a $50,000 trot and now Royal Becca J chalked up a third victory in her last five outings with two seconds.---Parker rushed Royal Becca J into the lead in :27.2 and led the rest of the mile closing on the chilly and windy early evening, in :27.4.--- Both Royal Becca J and NF Happenstance are oned by a born and educated Delawarean James “Chip” Moore III, ----In the $13,500 sub-feature trot, Tetrick enjoyed a 2-hole trip behind Miami (Vic Kirby) until turning for home when Pure Kemp pulled out and quickly took over in the straightaway scoring  1:55.1 triumph.---Tetrick also steered Soda Pump home in 1:55.1 to take a $12,000 Winners-Over trot --- Vic Kirby and owner-trainer Bryan Truitt won both ends of the daily double. Kirby and Tim Tetrick won three races, ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Terror At Night stepped up for her third consecutive victory in the $25,000 Open/Handicap in 1:52.1 on Wednesday. Terror At Night, remained unbeaten in January with Corey Callahan driving the Les Givens-trained Terror At Night to her 18th career success. Sweet Bobbie finished second with Newborn Sassy, the show horse.---In the $17,000 Mares sub-feature, Shartin N made his second start in the USA, another winning one, but she had her moments during a 1:52 mile. Tetrick steadied the New Zealand female twice during the races when Shartin N made short breaks. Roselily (Wolfenden) cut out the fraction and led until approaching the finish line when Shartin N closed with a rush to get up for the triumph.--- Owner-trainer-driver Vince Copeland put a new 1:53 race record on Goin Again, a five-year-old, in a $15,000 Mares winners event. The victory ended two lengthy win streaks. Stormtrack (Tetrick) finished second after three straight wins. Pass Line Bluechip (Allan Davis) was third ending her four wins-in-a-row streak.--- Barbara’s Shadow came from off-the-pace to win a $13,000 Mares pace in 1:53.2 for co-owner-trainer-diver Vic Kirby.---Tim Tetrick drove three winners for the third straight night. Kirby and Callahan had doubles. ------------------------------------ Defending champion Corey Callahan and one-time winner Tim Tetrick are deadlocked at the top of the Leading Driver statistics tied with 88 winners. Tony Morgan is third with 74 wins. Art Stafford Jr. is fourth with 57 wins. Vic Kirby completes the top 5 recording 55 wins. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Jim King Jr. holds a two-win lead in Trainer stats. He has 24 winners. Second-place, defending champion Dylan Davis has 22 wins. There is a three-way tie for third place between Eric Ell, Joe Columbo and Nick Callahan with 21 wins each. ........................................................ Cashendash Hanover looks to repeat When live harness racing returns at Dover Downs on Monday, Feb. 5,Cashendash Hanover fresh from a 1:51.1 front-end victory last week leads an eight-horse field in the $17,500 Claiming pace. Post time is 4:30 Owner-trainer Dylan Davis' Cashendash Hanover drew post 7 with Tim Tetrick in the bike in a $17,500 Claiming pace. Among his opponents are Mr. Dylan racing for trainer Brian Malone leaves from outside post 8 with Russell Foster driving the veteran pacer that shows three wins, two seconds and a third in his last seven outings. Owner-trainer Bobby Glassmeyer with Jonathan Roberts will be heard from after drawing the rail . Lew's Maverick has been sharp lately. Montrell Teague will be in the sulky for owners John Dickens, Kathleen Mofield and KDK Standardbreds. For FrankandJoanne, it will be an inside post after starting from the outside in three of his last four races. Trainer- driver Steve Nason is co-owner with Tom Bradford. The other starters are Howard Taylor and Tom Lazzaro's Rollin Ring Afire with Ross Wolfenden in the bike; Chris Sharpe and Alex Hawes' Vodka Is Terror and Tony Morgan and Rock On Precious, owned by Jeff Startt with Allan Davis driving. Owner, trainer, driver Vince Copeland's My Big Kadillac has the rail in the day's top trot. Hannah's Charm (Tetrick); Lou Catana and Vince Bradley's Magic Maddy (Morgan) head the opposition. Dover Downs now offers a 50-cent Pick 5 wager which starts with the 2nd race through the 6th. There is also a late daily double on the 12th and 13th races. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight. There is no charge for general parking and admission at Dover Downs. Reservations are suggested for the acclaimed Winner's Circle Buffet Restaurant and those planning a stay at the 4-star Dover Downs Hotel. Call 302-674-4600.   Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del. --- Missle J was never headed in a 1:50 conquest in the Thursday, Feb. 1 $25,000 headliner at Dover Downs. Sometimes Said was even faster scoring a scintillating 1:49.3 victory to keep his lengthy win streak alive. Harness racing driver Corey Callahan drove a quadruple of winners. Tim Tetrick took no prisoners in the feature race taking the lead in :26.3 at the start on the way to his 18th lifetime victory and second in a row. Scott DiDomenco conditions the American Ideal-Cantor's Daughter gelding for John McGill and Brian Carsey. It was Missle J's third start in 2018, and second win. Cajon Lightning with Russell Foster in the bike for the first time, sat second the mile. Hypothetical (Tony Morgan), winner of last week's Four-Year-Old Open, finished third. The event marked the end of a four-race win streak for Little Ben. Back in mid-December, Bobby Glassmeyer picked Something Said, who had a two-race win streak, out of a $12,500 claimer. Since the Well Said -Lady Sometimes gelding step up to win a pair of $25,000 claimers, and two $13,000 Winner-Over paces including this week's edition with Jonathan Roberts piloting his sixth win in-a-row fashioning a 1:49.3 lifetime mark It was his15th career win and rises his lifetime earnings to $558,265. Machamillion N (Foster) was second in front of Gerries Sport (Tetrick) third. In the sub-feature, Corey Callahan completed the program guiding Cash Is King, trained by his dad Nick Callahan, to a second straight win in 1:52.2 in a $16,000 Winners pace. L.W.Hood, Bunuccelli and Breakaway racing own the Rocknroll Hanover-Showherthemoney gelding. George&Tina Dennis Racing's Northwest Yankee started in the second tier before recording a 1:51.4 decision for Mike Cole in a $14,500 Winners test. The win was the first of the New Year for the four-year-old Yankee Cruiser-Northwest Hanover gelding. Big Bad Mike (Callahan) was runner-up. Ponderingjacksfame (Ross Wolfenden) was third. In another $14,500 division Hail To The Master closed with a rush at 11-1 for Kim Vincent to register a 1:52.1 success for owner-trainer Dorothy Ann Conner. The Delaware-bred altered son of Rustler Hanover Morepowertoya gained a new lifetime record with the win. Goin Down Rockin (Allan Davis) and front-pacing Manceiver (Sean Bier) were second and third respectively. Jet Airway overcame starting from outside post 8 to win the $25,000-$30,000 Claiming/Handicap with a 1:50.4 triumph. One of Corey Callahan's four victories. Mike Casalino and Dylan Davis own the Jereme's Jet-Aromatic seven-year-old. Reggiano (Morgan) finished second with Whirl Monroe (Vic Kirby) third. Live racing is featured Monday through Thursday weekly with a 4: 30 p.m. post time. No live racing Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. A changing menu of fine foods is available to diners watching the races from the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races continue each day from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Dover Downs Race and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del. --- Terror At Night stepped up to her third consecutive harness racing victory in the $25,000 Open/Handicap in 1:52.1 on Wednesday, Jan. 31 at Dover Downs. Tim Tetrick won three races for the second straight day. The four-year-old daughter of Western Terror-Enhance The Night distaff, owned by Ed Maas III, Arlene Paisley and Nanticoke Racing, remained unbeaten in January with Corey Callahan driving Les Givens-trained Terror At Night to her 18th career success enhancing her bankroll to $266,501. Sweet Bobbie (Mike Cole) finished second with Newborn Sassy (Tim Tetrick), the show horse. Scandalicious (Jonathan Roberts) led the eight-horse field past the quarter in :26.2 before yielding to Sweet Bobbie who led through the mid-potions when Terror At Night went into action on the final turn. In the $17,000 Mares sub-feature, Shartin N made her second start in the states another winning one, but the Tintin In Amrica-Bagdarinfve-year-old had her moments during a 1:52 mile. Tim Tetrick steadied the New Zealand female twice during the races when Shartin N made short breaks. Roselily (Ross Wolfenden) cut out the fraction and led until approaching the finish line when Shartin N closed with a rush to get up for the triumph for trainer Jim King Jr. and owners Rich Pollucci and JoAnn Looney-King. Cocktail Time (Tony Morgan) was third. Owner-trainer-driver Vnce Copeland put a new 1:53 race record on Goin Again, a Dragon Again-Ain't Goin Back five-year-old in a $15,000 Mares winners event. The victory ended two lengthy win streaks. Stormtrack (Tetrick) finished second after three straight wins. Pass Line Bluchip (Allan Davis) was third ending her four wins-in-a-row streak. Barbara's Shadow came from off-the-pace to win a $13,000 Mares pace in 1:53.2 for owner-trainer Vic Kirby and partners Leigh Raymer and Brian Hoffecker. Use Your Noodle (Montrell Teague as a game second in front of Fast-finishing Skateboard Chic (Russell Foster). The win was the second this year for the Shadow Play-Bababababarnarapan five-year-old. Tim Tetrick drove three winners, Vic Kirby and Coey Callahan had doubles. CAJON LIGHTNING, SWEET ROCK , MISSLE J TEST $27,500 FEATURE A strong sextet of hard-hitting pacers tangle in this week's $27,500 Preferred- Open/Handicap on another solid 13-race card at Dover Downs on Thursday, Feb. 1 Janet Hudson and Jo Ann Looney-King's Little Ben has done nothing but win since mid-December rolling off four consecutive victories for trainer Jim King Jr. This week Corey Callahan will drive Little Ben. Cajon Lightning, already a five-time local feature race winner for trainer Eric Ell and owners Ken Wood, Bill Dittmar, Steve Iaquinta and Minisik Farms, will be driven by Russell Foster, this time. Sweet Rock and Vic Kirby has been at the top of his game all season long for conditioner Wayne Givens and owners Reggie Hazzard, G.O. Calloway and Legacy Racing. Brian and Carrie Malone's Hypothetical, piloted by Tony Morgan Leaving from post 1 is Hypothetical, trained by Brian Malone who owns with wife Carrie Malone. Tony Morgan drove the winner of last week's first Four-Year-Open. John McGill and Brian Carsey's Missle J, a Yonkers winner last week will be piloted by Tim Tetrick. Bamond Stable's Moonliteonthebeach has been sharp recently and will be driven by Ross Wolfenden. There are nine starters in a wide open $25,000-$30,000-$35,000 Claiming Handicap: Mike Casalino and trainer Dylan Davis' Jet Airway (Corey Callahan), a winner last Thursday leaves from outside post 8. Arty Foster II and Wanda May Saulsbury's Whirl Monroe (Kirby), second last week, Letsmakeawish (Tetrick) claimed last start by Bamond Stables, steps up a class. The rest of the field contains Mildred Ventriglio's Reggiano (Morgan); Ron Davis' Mister Virgin, stepping up in price after being claimed two weeks in a row, George &Tina Dennis' Imkeepinthisguy (Mike Cole) Arty Foster's Legion Of Boom (R.Foster), from the rail; West, Walsh and Thuet's Skyful Of Lighters (Sean Bier) and Pam Plante's Suchasenseofhumor (Wolfenden) from post 8 in the second tier. On the tough undercard are a $16,000, two $14,500 and two $13,000 paces. Dover Downs offers a 50-cent Pick 5 wager, starting with the 2nd race through the 6th. A late daily double is carded for the 12th and 13th races. Racing is set each Monday through Thursday with post time at 4:30 p.m. A fine and varied selection of food is available to enjoy while watching the races at the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races is featured daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Race and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad  

DOVER, Del. --- For the second straight time Royal Becca J overpowered the $25,000 Open/Handicap field, this time in 1:54.2 in a wire-to-wire harness racing performance on Tuesday, Jan. 30 at Dover Downs. Tim Tetrick had three winners. It's been an exceptional week for driver Jack Parker Jr.'s two top trotters stable. Last Sunday, Parker guided NF Happenstance to victory over an off-track at Yonkers in a $50,000 trot and now Royal Becca J chalked up a third victory in her last five outings with two seconds. With I Like My Boss scratched, Parker rushed Jim Moore III's altered son of RC Royalty-Becca J out of post 5 to take the lead in :27.2 and led the rest of the mile closing on the chilly and windy early evening in :27.4 to ice his 18th lifetime win and make lifetime earnings reach $250,545. Lazarus (Tim Tetrick) finished second with Moonlight Cocktail (Tony Morgan) closing for third. In the $13,500 sub-feature trot, Tetrick enjoyed a 2-hole trip behind Miami (Vic Kirby) until turning for home when Pure Kemp pulled out and quickly took over in the staightaway scoring 1:55.1 triumph for trainer Josh Green and partner Rich Lombardo. Filled Donut (Eddie Davis Jr.) as the show finisher. The victory as the second straight for the four-year-old Muscle Hill-Ally Hall mare who has won four of last seven races. Tetrick also steered Soda Pump home in 1:55.1 to take a $12,000 Winners-Over trot wo he co-owns with Triple D Stables. Scott DiDomenico conditions the Cantab Hall-A lot Of Pump gelding. Gillie The Kid (Ross Wolfenden) led for most of the mile until being overtaken in deep stretch. Perseverance (Davis Jr.) was third. Big Valley Speed driven by Pat Berry notched his third win in his last four to win the $15,000-$17,500 Claiming/Handicap. The Valley Speed-Biggirlsurbeautyful gelding is trained by Traci Berry for J Craparotta & P Berry Racing. Donnie Darko (Wolfenden) was a game second with Entranced (Bret Brittingham) next. Moments Of Joy became Vic Kirby's third winner on the card for the third time in his last five races to win the $13,000 Mares pace in 1:54.2. It also marked a double for owner-trainer Bryan Truitt. Peekaboo Love (Jonathan Roberts) and Odysseus (Corey Callahan) were second and third respectively. Vic Kirby and owner-trainer Bryan Truitt won both ends of the daily double. Kirby and Tim Tetrick won three race, TERROR AT NIGHT SEEK THIRD STRAIGHT IN $25,000 MARES OPEN DOVER, Del. –Terror At Night steps up after two straight impressive victories in the $25,000 Mares Open/Handicap on Wednesday, Jan. 31 at Dover Downs. . A strong undercard features a $17,000  and $15,000 female pace . Post time is 4:30 p.m. Ed Maas, Arlene Paisley and Nanticoke Racing own Terror At Night who will be driven by Corey Callahan. Gary Ewing’s Sweet Robbie has been one of the most consistent performers this meet finishing out of the money in only two of her starts with Art Stafford Jr. at the controls. Enhance Your Mind is another steady starter. Last season’s Horse of the Meet is usually close with driver Vic Kirby. Newborn Sassy went over the $750,000 mark in career earnings recently is rounding into top form. Last week, JFE Enterprise’s Scandalicious, a top-class female regular the last few seasons returned a week ago and gets a better post with Jonathan Roberts piloting. Claim To Fame’s Hold It Hanover, with Eddie Davis Jr. drew the rail. Ken Jacob’s Plant Rock is fresh from a win last Wednesday and will be driven by Tony Morgan. Jag Out, who raced at Dover early this meet is back from Yonkers with Ross Wolfenden driving for Hockspring, L Benson and Nick Surick stables from outside post 8. On a strong undercard, Shartin N (Tetrick) made a successful debut for trainer Jim King Jr. a week ago. The New Zealand-bred, no owned by Rich Pollucci and JoAnn Looney-King, is the one-to-beat in a $17,000 Mares pace, while in the $15,000 Mares Winners pace Stormtracker (Tetrick), racing for Mehlenbacher, Enviro, Camelot and Bay’s stables, puts her three straight win streak on the line. Live racing is featured four days a week, Monday through Thursday with post time at 4:30 p.m. Dover Downs’ features a 50-cent Pick 5 wager starting with the 2nd race through the 6th. A late daily double is carded for the 12th and 13th races. Watch the live racing and enjoy fine food at the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races each day from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Race and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del. --- Both trotter Gravitator and pacer JJ Flynn made their first 2018 appearances in the winner's circle after impressive harness racing victories in the Monday, Jan. 29 feature races at Dover Downs. Tim Tetrick had three winners. Gravitator was all alone in the stretch on the way to a convincing 1:55 lifetimes best clocking with Eddie Davis Jr. Mike Hall train the Kadabra-She'sa priority four-year-old mare racing for owner Fred Hertrich since being acquired in November. Gravitator grabbed the lead early and then opened up on the backstretch enroute to an open lengths conquest. A well-known performer in Ontario before coming south-of-the-border, she has now banked 204,619 lifetime. Hannah's Charm (Corey Callahan) come on to be second with My Big Kadillac (Vince Copeland) third. In the top pace, JJ Flynn and Ross Wolfenden was an easy 1;52.2 winner For Trainerjosh Green who owns the Western Ideal-All-American Cognac gelding with Rich Lombardo, Chas Atley and Carl Cochran III. The win came in his third start of the season bringing his lifetime earnings to $266,083. See You Tuesday (Jonathan Roberts) was runner-up with Happy Andyversary (Tetrick) the show horse. Wolfenden also drove the longshot of the day, Frank Chick's Very Dark, a four-year-old daughter of Glidemaster-Leila conditioned by Ceba Horsey, recorded a new lifetime mark of 1:56.4 at 32-1, beating Broadway Fantasy (Callahan) and Muscle Ville (Morgan) for her second career win. Mike Cole returned to driving for the first time in five years and registered a double. Tim Tetrick won three race, Tony Morgan, Ross Wolfenden, Vic Kirby and Mike Cole had doubles. Trainers Tim Crissman and Joe Columbo and owners George&Tina Dennis Racing had two winners. After missing a week, Royal Becca J returns to the $25,000 Open/Handicap trot, the Tuesday feature race on the Jan. 30 program at Dover Downs. Post time is 4:30 p.m. Royal Becca J has been at the top of his game with two wins and two seconds in his last four for driver Jack Parker Jr. and owner JIM Moor III. The gelding won the Open two weeks ago and starts from outside post 7in this one. The lone mare in the field, Richard Gutnick and TLP Stable's Moonlight Cocktail is fresh from an impressive victory last week and steps up in class with Tony Morgan in the bike. Mike Casalino's veteran Tough Mac, piloted by Corey Callahan, just missed finishing second in last Tuesday's feature. Lazurus came from behind to win his last start and will be driven by Jonathan Roberts. I Like My Boss, one of Delaware's all-time best trotters, is in fine form with Allan Davis in the bike for trainer Bob Shahan who owns the homebred with Jimmy and Ashley Parsons. Indiana standout Bluebird Reverend with Montrell Teague steering closed strongly last time for a second losing by a nose for owners Dennis, Johannsen, Reeser and Case, and leaves from the rail. Bamond Racing's Crazshana complete the highly competitive with Ross Wolfenden driving. Two starters in the $13,500 sub-feature trot are winners last time out, Pure Kemp (Tetrick) from the rail for Rich Lombardo and Green Racing and Filled Donut (Art Stafford Jr.) racing for Ken Wood, Bill Dittmar, Steve Iaquinta and Lee Walls, with two straight successes. The popularly-bred Miami (Vic Kirby) and Tina Clark's Splashed (Callahan) are among challengers in the nine-horse field. Dover Downs features a 50-cent Pick 5 wager starting with the 2nd race through the 6th. A late daily double is carded for the 12th and 13th races. Dover Downs races four days a week, Monday through Thursday with post time at 4:30 p.m. An excellent selection of food is available while watching the races at the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races each day from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Race and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad

Hypothetical and Tony Morgan and never looked back recording the first $18,000 Open/Handicap pace win of the New Year at Dover Downs on Thursday, Jan 25. A $25,000 selection at the November Harrisburg sale, Hypothetical continues to pay good dividends to harness racing trainer Brian Malone and his wife Carrie scoring his third win with three seconds in his last six starts since. In other races on the strong program: Corey Callahan came on driving Cash Is King to victory in 1:52.3 to win a $16,000 Winners pace.---Little Ben and Tim Tetrick came up big in one of two $14,000 Winners-Over paces to chalk up his fourth consecutive win. ---Star Messenger Morgan), who was a stablemate of Little Ben for nearly six years, until being claimed last meet by Gary Ewing, notched his fastest win 1:50.1 in another $14,000 division.--- Fashion Bythebeach won his first of 2018 scoring 1:51.1 decision in a $14,500 Winners pace with Vince Copeland handling the reins.----In second $14,500 event, Real Kid got up for Jonathan Roberts in1:53.1.---In the first of two $25,000-$30,000-$35,000 Claiming/Handicaps, Jet Airway with Corey Callahan moved out of third on the half-mile turn and battled to the front pulled away for a 1;51.2 victory.---That same winning time of 1:51.2 was good enough for Cyclone Kiwi N to post a fifth consecutive victory for driver Tim Tetrick .The winner was re-claimed last week and now lost again via a $35,000 tag.--- Tetrick won three race, Tony Morgan, Corey Callahan and Jonathan Roberts had doubles. ---------------------------- DURING THE WEEK; Cashendash (Corey Callahan) was not one of three starters with new owners, in the $17,500 Claiming pace, Monday, Jan 22, but the 11-year-old beat a field of nine home in 1:51.2 to win by a nose. Mister Virgin entered the race with a five-race win streak, a new owner, claimed a week ago, and a new driver. Finishing fourth, he was claimed again by former owner, Ron Davis. Second finisher Letsmakeawish was claimed by Bamond Racing The other claimee was Myell's Rockstar, who finished off-the-board. -------------------------------` Trotter Lazurus (Tim Tetrick) made his first visit to Dover Downs a winning one in 1:55.1 while pacer Pass Line Bluechip (Allan Davis) wonin 1:54 for the fourth straight time in the Tuesday co-features over an off-track. Russell Foster and Tony Morgan led all drivers with three wins each; Corey Callahan, had a double. ------------------------------------------ Starting from outside post 8 proved no problem for Divas Image on the way to her fourth straight $25,000 Mares Open/Handicap win on Wednesday, Jan 24. Tony Morgan moved Divas Image up to take the front and never was headed the rest of a 1:52.1 mile. A 14-times winner of $338,082 in her career, Divas Image has now won six of her last eight races.---Tim Tetrick debuted a new member of the Jim King Jr. Stable driving Shartin N to his first North American start and win, a 1:52.1 success in a $17,000 distaff pace, The Down Under-bred five-year-old crossed the Pacific with an impressive record in Australia---Tetrick racked up the first of three wins guiding Stormtracker to a new record 1:52.4 performance in a $15,000 Mares pace. The third straight for the four-year-old ---Corey Callahan had a four bagger, Tetrick won three while trainer Nick Callahan and Breakaway Stable had two wins. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del. --- Hypothetical took the lead early for harness racing driver Tony Morgan and never looked back recording the first $18,000 Open/Handicap pace win of the New Year at Dover Downs on Thursday, Jan 25. A $25,000 selection at the November Harrisburg sale, Hypothetical continues to pay good dividends to trainer Brian Malone and his wife Carrie scoring his third win with three seconds in his last six starts since. The son of ill-fated Somebeachsomewhere-Restive Hanover held off a late surge from Allwillworkout (Corey Callahan) with Automatic Dragon (Vic Kirby) third to win in 1:51.4. Race favorite Q's Cruise (Tim Tetrick) and Highalator (Roger Plante) finished off the board Callahan came on driving Cash Is King to victory in 1:52.3 to win a $16,000 Winners pace for trainer Nick Callahan who owns the Rocknroll Hanover-Showherthemoney gelding with l.W. Hood. Breakaway and Bonucelli racings. Brian J. (Vic Kirby) and Gentlemen's Bet (Art Stafford Jr.) were second and third respectively. Little Ben came up big in one of two $14,000 Winners-Over paces to chalk up his fourth consecutive win. Tim Tetrick sat second behind Major Uptrend (Tony Morgan) until deep stretch then closed along the passing lane to score a 1:50.3 triumph for trainer Jim King Jr. and owners Janet Hudson and JoAnn Looney-King. Silver Fox J (Frank Milby) was third. Little Ben is a Jereme's Jet gelding from Honey's Bud Lite and won for the 30th time in his career. He has won $354,161 lifetime. Star Messenger, who was a stablemate of Little Ben for nearly six years, until being claimed last meet by Gary Ewing, notched his fastest win 1:50.1 in another $14,000 division. Tony Morgan enjoyed a perfect trip behind Moonliteonthebeach (Tetrick) before exploding out of second in mid- stretch to go bye for his 29th career victory and $225,351 in earnings. Feel Like A Fool (Jonathan Roberts) was third. Another son of Somebeachsomewhere, Fashion Bythebeach, owed by David Miller, won his first of 218 scoring 1:51.1 decision in a $14,500 Winners pace with VinceCopeland handling the reins. Wichita Lineman (Allan Davis) was runner-up. Fox Valley Inferno (Eddie Davis Jr.) was the show finisher. In second $14,500 event, Real Kid got up for Jonathan Roberts in1:53.1besting Casino Bags Anso (Copeland) and early leader Big Bad Mike (Tetrick). A Real Desire Lady The Kid gelding trained by Kevin Lare and owned by Frank Chick won for the first time this year in his second appearance. In the first of two $25,000-$30,000-$35,000 Claiming/Handicaps, Jet Airway with Corey Callahan moved out of third on the half-mile turn and battled front-pacing Western Young Gun until mid-stretch when the Seven-year-old Jereme's Jet horse pulled away for a 1;51.2 victory for owner Mike Casalino and trainer Dylan Davis. Whirl Monroe (Kirby) hustled home second with Ideal Fashion ( Morgan) third. That same winning time of 1:51.2 was good enough for Cyclone Kiwi N to post a fifth consecutive victory for driver Tim Tetrick and owner Bamond Racing who re-claimed the Jereme's Jet-Another Kiwi gelding back last week and now lost him again via a $35,000 tag. Dialamara (Callahan) came on for second with Reggiano (Morgan) taking third. Tetrick won three race, Tony Morgan, Corey Callahan and Jonathan Roberts had doubles. No live racing Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Live racing is featured Monday through Thursday weekly with a 4: 30 p.m. post time. A changing daily menu of fine foods is available to diners watching the races from the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races continue each day from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Dover Downs Race and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del. --- Starting from outside post 8 proved no problem for Divas Image on the way to her fourth straight $25,000 harness racing victory at Dover Downs on Wednesday, Jan 24. With last season's Horse of the Meet leading at the quarter, Tony Morgan moved Divas Image up to take the front and never was headed the rest of a 1:52.1 mile. Jenn Bongiorno trains the five-year-old daughter of Bettor's Delight-Rocknroll Diva to a convincing victory for Our Hrs Cents, Stable 45, and J&T Silva stables. A 14-times winner of $338,082 in her career, Divas Image has now won six of her last eight races. Enhance Your Mind (Vic Kirby) followed the winner to finish second in front of Newborn Sassy (Tim Tetrick) who streaked down the passing lane to take third money. Empress Deo was scratch to make it a seven horse starting field. Tim Tetrick debuted a new member of the Jim King Stable driving Shartin N to her first North American start and win chalking up a 1:52.1 success in a $17,000 distaff pace. Now owned by Rich Pollucci and JoAnn Looney-King, the Down Under-bred five-year-old crossed the Pacific with an impressive record in Australia, seven wins, three seconds in 13 races. Roselily (Art Stafford Jr.) finished second with Rockin BB (Eddie Davis Jr.) the show horses. Tetrick racked up the first of three wins guiding Stormtracker to a new record 1:52.4 performance in a $15,000 Mares pace. The triumph was the third straight for the four-year-old by Big Jim-Stonebridge Breeze trained by Linda Toscano for J, Mehlenbacher, Enviro and Bay's stables. Absolutely Best (Davis Jr.) was runner-up. Going Again (Vince Copeland) was third. Corey Callahan had a four bagger, Tim Tetrick won three while trainer Nick Callahan and Breakaway Stable had two wins. HIGHALATOR MAKES  SEASON’S DEBUT IN DOVER 4-YEAR-OLD OPEN Highly regrded Highalator, an 11-time winner last year, makes his 2018 debut Thursday, Jan. 25 in an $18,000 Four-Year-Old Open/Handicap pace on a solid 13-race card at Dover Downs. After qualifying twice, the Jenny Bier and Joann Dombeck pacer will be driven by Vic Kirby meeting Jo Ann Looney-King’s Q’s Cruise and Tim Tetrick making his first start in nearly a month and handicapped with outside post 7. Other strong contenders are Brian and Carrie Malone’s Hypothetical, piloted by Tony Morgan; Paul Ministrelli’s Indiana standout Down On Mainstreet, handled by Art Stafford Jr.; GeorgeTeague’s Nine Ways with Montrell Teague in the bike. Tina and Joe Clark’s Automatic Dragon drew the rail with Russell Foster driving and Allwillworkout with Corey Callahan driving for Mike Horn and Alex Rice Jr. In the first of two $25,000-$30,000-$35,000 Claiming Handicaps: Ron Davis’ Ideal Fashion (Tony Morgan) is fresh from a 1:50.4 win last week; Mike Casalino and trainer Dylan Davis’ Jet Airway and Whirl Monroe (Kirby), racing for Arty Foster II and Wanda May Saulsbury head the opposition. In the other division, Cyclone Kiwi N (Tetrick) is back in ownership to Bamond Racing; Eric Foster’s Play The Field (R.Foster) and Big Place (Stafford Jr.), owned by Ken Wood, Bill Ditmar, Steve Iaquinta and Minisink Farms, lead the opposition. A $16,000, two $14,500 and two $14,000 paces are on the strong undercard. Dover Downs offers a 50-cent Pick 5 wager, starting with the 2nd race through the 6th. A late daily double is carded for the 12th and 13th races. Racing is set each Monday through Thursday with post time at 4:30 p.m. A fine and varied selection of food is available to enjoy while watching the races at the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races is featured daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Race and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad  

DOVER, Del. --- Trotter Lazurus made his first visit to Dover Downs a winning one while pacer Pass Line Bluechip won for the fourth straight time in the Tuesday, Jan 23 harness racing co-features over an off track. After two straight starts from the outside, Lazurus drew an inside post in the $13,000 Winners-Over trot and made the best of it. With Tim Tetrick at the controls, the Credit Winner-Afterglow Hall gelding scored a 1:55.1 victory by a head. Scott DiDomenco trains the eight-year-old for Dr. Patrick Graham. The win was the 16h in Lazurus' career. Tough Mack, the race favorite, finished strongly second. Moose Madness (Vic Kirby) led early and held third. Legacy Racing's Pass Line Bluechip continues his ascent upward notching his fourth win in-a-row registering a 1:54 triumph in a $13,000 Filly and Mares pace. Allan Davis was in the bike for trainer Wayne Givens behind the Bettor's Delight-Run On Luck three-year-old filly. Moments Of Joy (Kirby) nipped Snappy Dresser (Ross Wolfenden) for second-place. Russell Foster and Tony Morgan led all drivers with three wins each; Corey Callahan, had a double. DIVAS IMAGE RETURNS WEDNESDAY IN $25,000 MARES FEATURE After a week off when Sweet Robbie won the feature, Divas Image, winner of the previous three straight $25,000 Mares Open/Handicap, is back and leaves from the outside on Wednesday, Jan. 24 at Dover Downs. . A $17,000  and 15,000 female pace tops a strong undercard. Post time is 4:30 p.m. With Divas Image, owned by Our Hrs Cents, Stable 45 and J&T Silva stables, off, Sweet Robbie took over with a wire-to-wire 1:52 triumph, her second this meet in the top distaff event of the week. Art Stafford Jr. drives Gary Ewing’s Sweet Robbie from post 6 while Tony Morgan will be in his regular spot behind Divas Image. Valuable Art closed for Corey Callahan within a head of the winner last Wednesday. Enhance Your Mind with driver Vic Kirby missed two weeks of racing, finished fourth last week. BryanTruitt’s campaigner  has two wins and two second  in this event. Corey Callahan will drive Breakaway Stable’s homebred Valuable Art, a winner of three consecutive races in December. Legacy Racing’s Empress Deo, handled by Montrell Teague, was right there Last week finishing third. JFE Enterprise’s Scandalicious, who won several female features in recent seasons also returns with  Tim Tetrick in the bike. Newborn Sassy, a major stakes winner not long ago, has been a close second and third recently and will be driven by Russell Foster. After an impressive win last week, her third in four races, Westluckycam with Jonathan Roberts moves up in company and has post 1. Trainer Jim King debuts another New Zealand- newcomer, Rich Polucci and JoAnn Looney-King’s Shartin N (Tetrick) in the $17,000 Mares Winners pace while Stormtracker (Tetrick) seeks a third straight win in the $15,000 Mares pace on the strong undercard.      The $25,000 Open pace headlines another powerful Thursday program. Live racing is featured four days a week, Monday through Thursday with post time at 4:30 p.m. Dover Downs now features a 50-cent Pick 5 wager starting with the 2nd race through the 6th. A late daily double is carded for the 12th and 13th races. Watch the live racing and enjoy fine food at the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del. --- Cashendash Hanover was not one of three starters in the $17,500 Claiming pace, the Monday, Jan 22 feature race at Dover Downs, but the 11-year-old beat a harness racing field of nine winnig by a nose in 1:51.2. Corey Callahan drove the winner for owner-trainer Dylan Davis for the Western Hanover-Castanet Hanover gelding's first success of the New Year. Letsmakeawish (Russell /Foster) closed on the inside for second with Lew's Maverick (Montrell Teague) third. Mister Virgin entered the event with a five-race win streak, a new owner after being claimed a week ago, and a new driving, who had settle for fourth-place, and was claimed again by former owner, Ron Davis. Second finisher Lets makeawish was clalmed by Bamond Racing The other claimee was Myell's Rockstar, who was off-the-board. The longest priced winner of the day came in the second race when Clean-N-Green Stable's Nice Stuff, a 33-1 shot, in the Non-Win 3, closed on the outside for trainer-driver Wayne Long. Jackson's Gold (Kirby) was next with front-pacing Vitriolic (Kim Vincent) third. On Tuesday, Donnie Darko, a winner of-two-in-a-row leaves from the outside post 8 n a $15,000-$17,500 Claiming/Handicap. Callahan had two winners as did Tony Morgan, trainer Tim Crissman and owner Mildred Ventriglio.   TOUGH MAC ONE-TO-BEAT IN DOVER TUESDAY FEATURE TROT Tough Mac heads a nine-horse field in the Tuesday $3,000feature trot on a strong Jan. 23 card at Dover Downs. Post time is 4:30 p.m.  Mike Casalino’s Tough Mac, one of top trotters at the track the past few seasons gets the favorite’s nod with Corey Callahan at the controls. Hollywood Highway, owned by Scott Dillon and CTC Sable will be driven by Eddie Davis Jr.  while Mark Ford’s Moose Madness and Vic Kirby makes his second local start after finishing third last time.  Howard Taylor and Rich Lombardo’s Yo Y o Mass leaves from the rail with Allan Davis. William Moffett Inc.’s Gillie The Kid and Ross Wolfenden is fresh from a win last time out and starts from post 9 in the second tier. Lazurus is a newcomer to the field for owner Dr. Pat Graham with Tim Tetrick driving. Linda MacDonald’s All Shoes On Deck is in rare form lately. Jonathan Roberts is his regular driver. Rounding out the lineup are Risto Vidgren’s homebred Nothing But Nice piloted by Frank Milby and Arty Foster’s Petrossin AS with Russell Foster. The secondary feature is a $15,000-$17,500 Claiming/Handicap trot. Bill Sartin’s Donnie Darko (Ross Wolfenden) is the lone winner last start, his second straight victory, but must leave from outside post 8. Alongside is CC Racing’s Il Mago (Tetrick) returning after three ‘distance’ races at Yonkers.  Last Tuesday, Tidquist (Sean Bear) closed strongly finishing second for owners Wade Wyatt and Frank DiMondi. He’s A Castoff (Tony Morgan) was claimed by LeBlanc Racing and Glenn Dyke and steps up in price. Daryl Bier’s Entranced (Bret Brittingham) has been acing well..Baximum (Callahan) drew the rail for Tina and Joe Clark. Arty Foster’s Someway Same Hall (Foster)drops in for a price and George&Tina Dennis’ Photo Message (Eddie Davis Jr.) are the other starters. Dover Downs features a 50-cent Pick 5 wager starting with the 2nd race through the 6th. A late daily double is carded for the 12th and 13th races. Dover Downs races four days a week, Monday through Thursday with post time at 4:30 p.m. An excellent selection of food is available while watching the races at the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races each day from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Race and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del... After his fifth straight win last week, Mister Virgin was claimed, and returns on Monday, Jan. 22 putting his win streak up in the $17,500 Claiming pace harness racing feature at Dover Downs. Post time is 4:30 While Arty Foster is his new owner and trainer, Tony Morgan will continue as Mister Virgin's as driver Letsmakeawish, second last week is piloted by Russell Foster. Owner-trainer Dylan Davis' Cashendash Hanover was a close third last Monday with Corey Callahan driving. Another horse claimed last week, Myell's Rockstar, now owned by Ron Davis and trained by Brooks Gray, starts from post 9 in the second tier. Bamond Stable's Styxit To Em N, with consecutive seconds, gets Tim Tetrick to drive. Frank Chick's Carracci Hanover drew the rail with Eddie Davis Jr. in the bike. FrankandJoanne, trained and driven by co-owner Steve Nason and partner Tom Bradford; Lew's Maverick handled by Montrell Teague for John Dickens, Kathleen Mofield and KDK Standardbreds and Easy On The Eyes N, in from two-straight wins, is in the hands of Vic Kirby for owners trainer Mark Kesmodel and Pat O'Brien complete the nine-horse field. The card's top trot, a $12,000 Winners edition, has eight starters, all four-year-olds, two of them were winners last time out. Bill Cantrell's Gravitator (Davis Jr.) finished in a dead-heat for win while owner, trainer, driver My Big Kadillac wired the field from post 7. Dover Downs now offers a 50-cent Pick 5 wager which starts with the 2nd race through the 6th. There is also a late daily double on the 12th and 13th races. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight. There is no charge for general parking and admission at Dover Downs. Reservations are suggested for the acclaimed Winner's Circle Buffet Restaurant and those planning a stay at the 4-star Dover Downs Hotel. Call 302-674-4600. Marv Bachrad

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