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HARRINGTON, DE - Mike Casalino and Dylan Davis' Theresademoninme ($9, Jon Roberts) was a repeat harness racing winner Wednesday in the $16,000 Open Trot at Harrington Raceway in 1:56.2. The Dylan Davis-trainee out kicked a game Murmur Hanover to the wire for a narrow win. Royal Becca J, who battled bravely first-over, was third. The 7-year-old Kadabra gelding registered his 32nd career win. It was one of three driving wins on the 11-race card for Roberts, two for trainer Davis. In the sub-featured $11,000 Open II Trot, Bill Sartin's A Nashty Business ($26, Ross Wolfenden) was an impressive 1:56.2 winner for trainer Joe Hundertpfund, over Ubanji and Blownoutofthewater. Mike Cole and Allan Davis each had a driving double. Live racing continues on a Monday through Wednesday schedule until October 24. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway  

HARRINGTON, DE - Nanticoke Racing, Ed Maas and Arlene Paisley's Terror At Night ($5.80, Jim Morand) was a 1:53.2 winner in the $15,000 Mares Open Tuesday at Harrington Raceway. Terror At Night took the lead at the quarter mile from Artrageous through an opening panel of 27.2 seconds. It would stay that way through a half-mile in 56.2 seconds and three-quarters in 1:25. In deep stretch, Terror At Night was full of pace and held off the pocket sitter by a half-length. Artrageous was second with Shesarocker third. Trained by Les Givens, "Terror" is a daughter of Western Terror and achieved her 8th win of the year. In the sub-featured $11,000 Mares Open II, Rushcreek Stables' Clarebear ($3, Tony Morgan) was a 1:53.3 winner for trainer Sheldon Powell over Springforth and Skateboard Chic. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway

HARRINGTON, DE- Harrington Raceway's leading harness racing driver, Victor Kirby won five races on the Monday program. Kirby, who currently leads the meet's driver standings over Mike Cole and Art Stafford Jr., got to work quickly with back-to-back wins in the 2nd and 3rd races with Sprocket ($3.80) and People Are Crazy ($11.40). Kirby later piloted Southwind Jensen ($4) and Cool Reward ($5.60) for the grand slam. Kirby notched a fifth in the 11th with Solitaire Hanover ($4.60). George Teague Jr's Daiymir ($3, Montrell Teague) won the $11,000 overnight feature with a 1:52.3 win in the $11,000 Open II for trainer Clyde Francis. Joe Columbo currently has the lead in the trainer standings over Joe Hundertpfund Jr. and Wayne Givens. Live racing continues on a Monday through Wednesday schedule until October 24. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway  

HARRINGTON, DE - Many of the top Delaware sired 2-year-old horses were showcased Wednesday at Harrington Raceway as four $100,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) events highlighted a 15-race program. The first final was for male pacers as Jo Ann Looney-King's Chillaxin Away ($2.20, Victor Kirby) was a commanding 1:53.4 winner over Dashiki and Keepmywiglegametyt. The Roddy's Bags Again-Shake Away gelding recorded his second career win in a lifetime best via a wire-to-wire by open lengths. Trained by Jim King Jr., it was his second win in five lifetime starts. A major upset occurred in the male trotting final when previously unbeaten Embrace The Grind made a break at the start and E&K Stable, Earl and Lois Walters and Paul Williamson's Just As Striking ($55.60, Eddie Dennis) capitalized and was able to cruise to a 2:01.4 win over Say Geseundheit and Rich N Royal. A son of Anders Bluestone-Ringside Katie, it was the first career win for Just As Striking, who is trained by his driver. George Teague and K&R Racing's The Lady Sheriff ($2.60, Montrell Teague) won the filly pacing final in a new lifetime best of 1:55.2. The home bred (Southwind Lynx-Sheriff Sale) was aggressive from post position two and never relented in her front end win over Vistamista and Roddy's At It Again. A minor upset was sprung in the filly trotting final as Rod Allen's Disco Soliel ($21.40, Allen) was a 2:01.4 winner. The Cr Commando-Cr Penny Lane filly held off Cierra's Choice and Dark Dutchess for her first career win in her second lifetime start. She is trained by her owner/driver. Three $15,000 consolation events were also held for DSBF horses. Carolina Shag ($3.60, Mike Cole) won the filly pace for owner Forrest Bartlett and trainer Kevin Lare. Breakaway Racing's Gettinziggywitit ($3.40, Corey Callahan) prevailed in the trotting consolation for trainer Nick Callahan. Tim Hundertpfund's Awiggleandagiggle ($7.20, Allan Davis) won the male pace consolation for trainer Joe Hunderptfund. Cole had four winners on the card, while Montrell Teague had three. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway

HARRINGTON, DE  - Ken Wood, Bill Dittmar and Stephen Iaquinta's Soto ($4.20, Art Stafford Jr.) was a 1:52.4 winner in the $11,000 Open II pace Monday at Harrington Raceway. Soto dictated the tempo and held off pocket-sitter Daiymir for a commanding win. Hi Sir finished third. It was the second straight win for the 6-year-old Rock N Roll Heaven stallion and trainer Eric Ell. Soto's win total is now 29 to accompany a healthy lifetime earnings tally in excess of $544,000. Driver Mike Cole piloted four winners, Artifact Hanover ($3, Cowgurls Spirit ($2.20), Seventh Secret ($2.40) and Machamillion N ($3). Live racing continues Monday through Wednesday through October 24. Wednesday October 3, marks one of the richest programs of the season for Delaware harness racing as the 2-year-old Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) finals will be showcased. Post time is 5 p.m. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway        

HARRINGTON, DE - The top Delaware-sired 2-year-olds will be showcased Wednesday October 3 as four $100,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) finals will be contested on a 15-race program at Harrington Raceway. Post time is 5 p.m. for one of the richest programs of the year for Delaware harness racing. The finals are part of an all-stakes pick four (races 3 through 6). The first final is for male pacers and features two uncoupled Clyde Francis-trainees, Keepmywiglegametyt (3/1, Jim Morand), who swept his eliminations and Dashiki (3/1, Montrell Teague). Both are owned by George Teague. Jo Ann Looney-King's Chillaxin Away (9/5, Victor Kirby) is the likely post time favorite from the rail after a 1:54.3 win in his elimination win on September 24. The second final is for male trotters and the scourge of the division has clearly been unbeaten Andrew Glassmeyer's (7/5, Jon Roberts), who is 3-for-3 in his career. The Keystone Activator gelding won his eliminations with ease and will look to overcome post seven in keeping that unblemished record intact. The third leg of the pick four is the filly pacing final. Only George Teague and K&R Racing's The Lady Sheriff (2/1, Teague) won both of her eliminations and drew post two in the competitive grouping. The final leg of the pick four sequence is for filly trotters and includes three different elimination winners, Mark Groce's She's Spooky (9/5, Ross Wolfenden), Glassmeyer's Dark Dutchess (3/1, Roberts) and Sarah and John Swart's Royal Locket (7/1, Corey Callahan). A $16,000 Open Trot is on the undercard, featuring Frank Chick's Majestic Mistress (5/2, Mike Cole), who has won three straight. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway  

HARRINGTON, DE -  Offspring of sire He's Spooky won three of the four $20,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) divisions for 2-year-old harness racing trotters Wednesday at Harrington Raceway. Mist Stable's Go Jetem ($10, Art Stafford Jr.) took the first division for colts and geldings in 2:05.3. The He's Spooky gelding collared pacesetter Dr Grinch late for a narrow win. Sherman's Way was third. Go Jetem notched his first career win for trainer Jim Thompson. The fastest division went to unbeaten Embrace The Grind ($2.20, Jon Roberts) for Andrew Glassmeyer, who was a 2:02.4 winner over Rich N Royal and Just As Striking. The Keystone Activator gelding improved to 3-for-3 in his career. Glassmeyer and Roberts teamed up for two wins in stakes action. Roberts had three wins on the card. The first of two filly divisions went to Mark Groce's She's Spooky ($3.80, Ross Wolfenden) over Star Time and Bella's Party Punk in 2:04.1. Trained by Groce, it was the first career win for the home bred daughter of He's Spooky. In the second division, Glassmeyer's Dark Dutchess ($9.20, Jon Roberts) was a wire-to-wire winner in 2:04.4 in a tight finish over Command The Day and Disco Soleil. A daughter of He's Spooky, it was her first career win for her owner/trainer. The $100,000 final events for all DSBF 2-year-olds is Wednesday October 3. The meet's leading driver, Victor Kirby, fresh off a five win night Tuesday, scored his third win of four on the card aboard Zippett Racing Stable's Murmur Hanover ($3, Kirby) in the $15,000 Open Trot in 1:56.3 for trainer Jay Gannon. The 8-year-old Majestic Son gelding recorded his 32nd career win via a front end performance, where he held off runner-up Theresademoninme and third place Gillie The Kid. Mike Cole, Wolfenden and Stafford Jr. each had a driving double. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway

HARRINGTON, DE - Three Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund divisions for harness racing pacing fillies were contested Tuesday at Harrington Raceway. The 15-race program was dominated by driver Victor Kirby who recorded one of his five wins in the first $20,000 DSBF division, as Jason and Tim Skinner's In And Out Again ($4.40, Kirby) was a 1:59 winner over Miss Giggles and Little Miss Pat T. The Roddy's Bags Again filly overcame some traffic issues throughout the mile to score an easy win, the first of her career for trainer and co-owner Jason Skinner. The second division saw a repeat elim winner in George Teague and K&R Racing's The Lady Sheriff ($5.40, Montrell Teague), who prevailed in 1:56.4 over Vista Mista and Lynx's Lazy Lady. Trained by Clyde Francis, it was the second win in four career starts for the daughter of Southwind Lynx. Teague drove the final divisional winner for his aunt Brenda Teague as Anneke ($7) notched her first career victory over Roddy's At It Again and Golden Wigglet in 1:56.1. The Southwind Lynx filly saved ground throughout and emerged down the passing lane late for the win for her owner/trainer. The top eight point earners will return to compete in a $100,000 final on October 3, when all DSBF 2-year-old finals will be contested. In the $15,000 Mares Open, Kaitlyn N ($3.20, Art Stafford Jr.) continued to assert herself as a top mare on the circuit, with her third straight triumph in 1:52.1 for trainer and co/owner Josh Parker. Nanticoke Racing and Barry Spedden are also partners on the 5-year-old American Ideal mare who is approaching $100,000 in seasonal earnings. Artrageous was second with On Your Six third. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway  

HARRINGTON, DE  - Freshman pacing colts and geldings completed their second Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) leg in a pair of $20,000 divisions Monday at Harrington Raceway. Jo Ann Looney-King's Chillaxin Away ($12.20, Victor Kirby) prevailed in the first division in 1:54.3. The Roddy's Bags Again gelding out-kicked pacesetter Dashiki, who finished second, after a big move to the lead approaching three quarters. Son Of A Lynx was third. George Teague Jr.'s Keepmywiglegametyt ($5.40, Jim Morand) was a 1:58.3 winner in the second split over Numbered Account and Mr. Big Wig. The Mr. Wiggles colt notched his second lifetime win and completed a sweep of his eliminations for trainer Clyde Francis. In the overnight feature, the $15,000 Open Pace, Options Are A Dream ($6, Ross Wolfenden) was a wire-to-wire winner in 1:51.3 over Slick Tony and Q's Cruise. Trained by Wolfenden for owner David Banks, it was the 8th win of the year for the 5-year-old son of If I Can Dream. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway

HARRINGTON, DE - Andrew Glassmeyer's Embrace The Grind ($2.80, Jon Roberts) was the fastest of three Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) elimination winners for 2-year-old trotters Wednesday at Harrington Raceway with a 2:00.2 triumph. The Keystone Activator gelding headed the first division for male trotters with a commanding front-end romp over Just As Striking and Say Gesundheit. Trained by Glassmeyer, the freshman is 2-for-2 in his career. In the remaining division for male trotters, Mike and Linda English's Phantom Feet ($6, Ross Wolfenden) triumphed over Go Jetem and Dr Grinch in 2:04.3. Trained by John Wilkeson, the He's Spooky gelding led from start to finish in first career start. The lone filly division went to Sarah and John Swart Jr.'s Royal Locket ($14.40, Corey Callahan), who prevailed in wire-to-wire fashion in 2:04.4 over Dark Dutchess and She's Spooky. A daughter of Yankee Royalty, "Royal" notched her first career victory for trainer Nick Callahan. In the $11,000 overnight feature, the Open II Trot, Rosemary Smutz's Man Of Muscle ($10, Art Stafford Jr.) was a 1:57.2 winner over Donnie Darko and Sunset Mike. Mike Cole had four wins on the card. Victor Kirby won three. Live racing resumes Monday September 24. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway    

HARRINGTON, DE - Artrageous ($4.80, Art Stafford Jr.) was a 1:52.2 winner Tuesday at Harrington Raceway in the featured $15,000 Mares Open. Owned by Bonnie Benson, J Johannsen, Art Stafford, and H Case, it was the 4-year-old Art Major mare's 11th win of her career. Artrageous set all the fractions and held off Shesarocker and On Your Six for the win. Artrageous was a top filly at 3 and banked more than $112,000 as a sophomore competing on the New York Sires Stakes circuit. Victor Kirby, the meet's leading driver, had four wins on the card. Stafford Jr. and Russell Foster each had three. DSBF 2-year-old trotters will complete their first leg to headline the Wednesday program. Post time is 5 p.m. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway    

HARRINGTON, DE  - Sunfire Blue Chip ($17.20, Mark Macdonald) was a 1:51.1 winner in the 12th Annual $150,000 Bobby Quillen Memorial at Harrington Raceway Monday. The race annually spotlights many of the sport's top older pacers and honors former long-time Delaware legislator Bobby Quillen, who passed away in 2004. Quillen was a regular at the racetrack, who enjoyed live harness racing and was endeared by many in the community. Owned by Christina Takter, John and Jim Fielding, Brixton Medical and R A W Equine, Sunfire Blue Chip, a Jimmy Takter-trainee, notched his 32nd career win off a pocket trip. Scott Rocks closed ground for second with Evenin of Pleasure third. Rockin Ron set the fractions and faded to fourth. An 8-year-old American Ideal stallion, "Sunfire" scored his second straight win in his 108th career start. "My horse was really good last start at Yonkers," said Macdonald. "I kind of had an all-or-nothing approach behind the gate tonight and was able to get a great trip and it worked out. You can do anything you want with him. He's a lot of fun to drive. " It was a productive first visit to Harrington for driver Macdonald, whose a regular at Yonkers Raceway (Ny). Five Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) $20,000 elimination events for 2-year-old pacers were on the undercard with Team Teague stealing the show with three wins. George Teague and K&R Racing's The Lady Sheriff ($8, Montrell Teague) was the first filly winner in 1:57.2 for trainer Clyde Francis. The Southwind Lynx filly registered her first career win off a ground saving trip. The first division for colt and gelding pacers would soon ensue with The Lady Sheriff's stablemate, Dashiki ($3) scoring a 1:54.1 score for the Teague and Francis combo. Dashiki held off a fierce late rally from Chillaxin Away to achieve his first career win in his third lifetime starts. Dashiki is a son of Barber Pole. The second filly division went to The Wiz Kids Stable's Golden Wigglet ($7, Bart Dalious) in 1:57.1. The Mr. Wiggles filly notched her second career win for trainer/driver Dalious with a late rally that reeled in pacesetter Vistamista late. The third filly division saw Edward Walls' Lily's Puddle Jumper ($4.80, David Rearic) score in 1:59.1. The Gamblers Dream filly outkicked pacesetter Miss Giggles to the wire for a one length win. Trained by Walls, it was her second career win. The final colt division to another Teague-tied horse, George Teague Jr.'s Keepmywiglegametyt ($6.40, Montrell Teague) who surged clear of leader Son Of A Lynx in deep stretch for his first career win. The Francis-trainee is a son of Mr. Wiggles. In the $15,000 Open overnight feature, Richard Lombardo, Charles Cochran III and Josh Green's JJ Flynn ($7, Yannick Gingras) was a 1:51.2 winner over Q's Cruise and Options Are A Dream. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway

HARRINGTON, DE. - The 12th Annual $150,000 Bobby Quillen Memorial Pace headlines a stellar 15-race card Monday September 17 at Harrington Raceway. The Quillen has brought some of the sport's top aged pacers to Delaware over the years, including 2015 Horse of the Year Wiggle It Jiggleit and three-time champion Foiled Again. This year's event features one of the more wide open divisions in recent years, and includes 2017 champ Bit Of A Legend (15-1, Jordan Stratton) for trainer Peter Tritton, whose repeat bid won't likely come easily after he drew post position seven. Bit Of a Legend is one of two horses in the field with over $400,000 in seasonal earnings, the other being Ron Burke-trained Rockin Ron (7/2, Yannick Gingras) who drew the rail. Evenin of Pleasure (9/2, Joe Bongiorno) recently won the $260,000 Joe Gerrity Memorial at Saratoga (Ny) and drew post six. Endeavor (3/1, Trace Tetrick) will travel the greatest distance to race. The Jeff Cullipher-trainee is based in Indiana and rides a two race win streak, that most recently included a lifetime best of 1:48.3. Previous Quillen entrants, Somewhere in L A (4/1, Jason Bartlett) and Scott Rocks (8/1, Eric Goodell) are back. Local interest Blazing Bobby Sox (12/1, Art Stafford Jr.) drew outside post eight and is the only horse in the field with a start this year over the track. Blazing Bobby Sox won the $40,000 Governor's Cup on July 26 at Harrington.The Quillen is the first leg of the late pick four (racse 8 through 11). The complete field in post position order can be found below: 1 - Rockin Ron (7/2, Yannick Gingras) 2 - Somewhere in L A (4/1, Jason Bartlett) 3 - Scott Rocks (8/1, Eric Goodell) 4 - Endeavor (3/1, Trace Tetrick) 5 - Sunfire Blue Chip (9/2 Mark Macdonald) 6 - Evenin of Pleasure (8/1, Joe Bongiorno) 7 - Bit Of A Legend N (15/1, Jordan Stratton) 8 - Blazing Bobby Sox (12/1, Art Stafford Jr.) On the undercard, five $20,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) divisions will be contested in their first of two legs for pacing colts and fillies. Three filly divisions will go post ward as races 2, 4 and 7, while a pair of colt divisions are carded as races 3 and 9. Post time is 5 p.m. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway      

HARRINGTON, DE - Frank Chick's Majestic Mistress ($4.80, Mike Cole) improved to 3-for-3 locally with a 1:56.1 triumph in the $17,500 Open Trot at Harrington Raceway. Despite having the outside post, she was able to quickly negate the disadvantage from the outer rail with a swift move to the lead where she would coast to an easy win over Murmur Hanover and Celebrity Pegasus. Trained by Kevin Lare, it was her third straight win. On the undercard, William Moffett's Gillie The Kid ($4, Art Stafford Jr.) prevailed in 1:57.3 over Spunky Jack and Whitesville Dixon. The 5-year-old Northern Kid gelding notched his fifth win of the season for his owner/trainer. Ross Wolfenden had four wins on the card. Monday September 17 with feature the marquee event of the season at Harrington Raceway, the $150,000 Bobby Quillen Memorial, featuring some of the sport's top aged pacers, in conjunction with five $20,000 Delaware Standardberd Breeders Fund (DSBF) divisions for 2-year-old pacers. Live racing continues Monday through Wednesday. Post time is 5 p.m. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway  

HARRINGTON, DE - Q's Cruise ($4.80, Ross Wolfenden) captured the Monday harness racing feature at Harrington Raceway with a 1:51:3 triumph in an $11,000 Open II for pacers. Owned by Jo Ann Looney-King, it was the second win of the season for the 4-year-old Yankee Cruiser gelding. "Cruise" set all the fractions from post position three and held off a fierce charge from Hi Sir for the win, the 11th in his career for trainer Jim King Jr. Trainer Clyde Francis teamed with driver Montrell Teague and owner George Teague Jr. with three wins on the card as GWT ($3.40), Transitioning Joy ($4) and Daiymir ($2.20) were all victorious as popular public betting choices. Live racing continues on a Monday through Wednesday schedule until October 24. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway    

HARRINGTON, DE - Frank Chick's Majestic Mistress ($3, Mike Cole) was a repeat winner in the $16,000 Open Trot Wednesday at Harrington Raceway with a 1:55.2 triumph. Majestic Mistress left alertly from post position five as the public's (1-to-2) betting choice and marched through fractions of 28.3, 58.4 and 1:27.3 before drawing away by multiple lengths at the top of the stretch and to the wire. Mr. Right was second with Battle Mage third. Trained by Kevin Lare, it was the 10th career win for the 5-year-old daughter of Majestic Son, who debuted in Delaware impressively on August 28 with a 1:54.3 win. Bill Sartin's A Nashty Business ($5.40, Ross Wolfenden) prevailed in 1:56 in the $11,000 Open II trot for trainer Joe Hunderptfund Jr. All Shoes On Deck was second with Uwantapieceofme third. Live racing continues on a Monday through Wednesday schedule. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway  

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