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Libra Vita and Photo Maxx, both 1:56.2 winners in last starts meet in $26,000 Open Handicap trot, on Wednesday, Dec. 29 at Dover Downs. An $18,000 trot heads the strong harness racing undercard. First post is at 4:30 p.m.

Photo Maxx was strongest in the harness racing stretch to win the $26,000 Open/Handicap trot and in similar matter Good Feeling came on to take the $17,000 sub-feature trot on another windy and cold Wednesday, Dec. 15.

Spunky Vic shook off a strong challenge from Victors Vicky to survive a four-horse assault at the wire for a 1:56.3 harness racing victory in the $26,000 Open/Handicap trot on Wednesday (November 24) at Dover Downs.

Three Swings, an 11-1 harness racing longshot, won the $14,000 3&4-Year-Old Veteran's Day feature pace on Thursday Nov. 11 at Dover Downs. Smyrna-based harness racing driver Mike Cole had a driving triple, while Daryl Bier won two races.

Rodney L. Wyatt and Rodney K. Wyatt's Irenonethemove ($44,60, Mike Cole) was a 21-to-1 upset winner in the $20,000 Mares Open at Harrington Raceway Tuesday (September 28) with a 1:53.3 victory.

In what is believed to be the fastest dead heat in Harrington track history, Baron Racing and Green Racing's Mystique Cruiser ($2.40, Victor Kirby) and Foulk Stables and Lauren Allen's Sniper Hall ($2.40, Mike Cole) could not be separated at the wire in a 1:53 win in the $20,000 featured Open harness race for pacers.

It wasn't too long ago that 5-year-old Solano ($3.40, Mike Cole) was a $25,000 harness racing claimer, but seven races later the 5-year-old completed his ascent through conditioned ranks with a 1:52.2 win in the $23,000 Open at Harrington Raceway.

Anglebrook and Dream Possession, both fresh from winning performances, headline the Thursday, Jan. 28 feature race at Dover Downs. A Badlands Special heads a field of six four-year-olds and two five-year-olds in the $14,000 sub-feature pace. Post time is 4:30 p.m.

Three New Zealand-breds won last week's top three harness races and this week match strides in the Monday, Jan. 4 $27,000 Open pace at Dover Downs. A $23,000 Winners-Over an $18,500 and $18,000 paces and a $30,000- $40,000 claiming pace headline the strong program. Post time is 4:30 p.m.

Romantic Thriller, a 1:51.3 winner last time out, leads a select group of six harness racing starters in the $32,000 Delaware Special on Monday, Dec. 28 at Dover Downs. A $26,000 Open, a $23,000 Winners-Over and two $18,000 paces and a $40,000 claiming pace on the strong program. Post time is 4:30 p.m.

Romantic Thriller, second-beaten by a nose last week, was at his best winning the $27,000 Open in 1:51.3 at Dover Downs on Monday, Dec. 14. Corey Callahan had a hot hand driving five winners, Ron Pierce had a triple.

Foulk Stables and Lauren Allen's Sniper Hall ($8.20, Mike Cole) earned his seventh harness racing win of the year Monday in the $25,000 Open Pace at Harrington Raceway in 1:55.1. The Lauren Allen-trainee sat a pocket trip behind pacesetter Fields of Honour who escaped with pedestrian like fractions of 29.3, 59.3 and 1:27.1.

Kovach Stables' Art Director ($7.80, Victor Kirby) notched his 35th career win with a 1:52.2 win in the featured $23,000 Open Pace Monday at Harrington Raceway. The 8-year-old Artiscape stallion and Bobby Clark-trainee has now banked more than $937,000 in his career. Sniper Hall (Mike Cole) set the fractions from post eight in pursuit of a third straight win, but Kirby gave Art Director a perfect two-hole trip, and surged by in the stretch for a two length score. Sniper Hall held second, while Ruling VC finished third.

Foulk Stables and Lauren Allen's Sniper Hall ($4.80, Mike Cole) was a wire-to-wire winner in Monday's $19,800 Junior Open at Harrington Raceway.The 6-year-old Blissful Hall ridgling held off first-over Kentucky Rebel and pocket-sitting Areyouinorout for the win.

Lauren Allen's Rose Run Flash ($12, Mike Cole) became just the second two-time winner of the $18,700 Junior Open Trot Wednesday at Harrington Raceway with a 1:58.2 win. Allen also trains the 8-year-old Armbro Laser gelding, who set all the fractions in his one length win over Sunset Gentleman and Spunky Vic.

Larry Baron's Areyouinorout ($2.80, Tony Morgan) was a wire-to-wire winner in the $15,500 conditioned pace feature at Harrington Raceway Monday in 1:54.4.The 6-year-old Camluck gelding set all the fractions and won by two lengths over Fields of Honour A and Brian P.

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