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YONKERS, NY, Saturday, June 25, 2016 - Yonkers Raceway had its harness racing version of Old Home Week Saturday night... ...provided "Old Home" was Chicago. All that was missing was deep-dish pizza and Oprah. Tony Morgan-making his first Westchester appearance since September of 2012-and Brent Holland each had three wins during the dozen-race card. Morgan, he of the 15,400-plus career victories, earned a place in the local record books when pole-sitting Go Daddy Go ($13) won the $30,000 4-Year-Old Open Handicap Pace in a spiffy 1:50.1. The Ponder gelding, co-owned (as Allard Racing) by (trainer) Rene Allard and Bruce Soulsby, became the fourth member of the all-age-track-record club, joining Crombie A, Forty Five Red and Limelight Beach. It was also the swiftest local mile of the season. Morgan also won the co-featured $45,000 Open Pace with favored Doctor Butch ($5.30) in 1:51.2, and the $26,000, 11th race trot with a left-alone Major Athens ($4.10) in 1:53.3. That effort matched the fastest Westchester trot mile of the season with E R Ellie. Connecting the dots, "Ellie" (Larry Stalbaum, $14.40) won the co-featured $45,000 Open Handicap Trot from the pocket in 1:55. As for Holland, he upset the apple cart with American Venture ($57) in the $18,000, second-race pace (1:52), then escorted Mah Sish N ($9) in the $18,000, third-race pace. The Holland Hat Trick was completed with Moonliteonthebeach ($23.80) was a first-up winner in the $26,500 pacing finale (1:52.2). Frank Drucker

HARRINGTON, Del. - Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi's Class Six ($18.20, Tony Morgan) was a 1:52.4 winner in the $16,000 Open Pace Monday at Harrington Raceway. The 5-year-old Western Ideal gelding notched his ninth win of the year, courtesy of a first-over trip where he cleared tiring pacesetter Sparky Mark near the three-quarters and prevailed by a length over Getitoffyourchest, who had a three race win streak snapped. Just A Jolt was third. Trained by Ron Burke, Class Six has 16 career wins in 44 starts and has won three straight races after invading Delaware off wins at Harrah's Philadelphia and Pocono Downs. Allan Davis had three wins on the program. Sean Bier, Ross Wolfenden and Morgan had a double. Trainers William Moffett, Andrew Stafford and Gary Simpson each had a pair of winners. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway  

Brian Malone and Carrie Stackowitz's Mcarma ($6, Tony Morgan) improved to 4-for-5 at the current harness racing meet with a 1:53.2 win in the $17,500 Mares Open Tuesday at Harrington Raceway. After 3-to-5 favorite Purrfect Bags made a brief bobble behind the starting gate and went off stride, Mcarma quickly went to the front from post position five and never relented, despite a stubborn late charge from the favorite that came up short. Purrfect Bags was second with Dublin Rose third. Trained by Brian Malone, it was the 20th career win for Mcarma. Earlier in the card, a pair of horses picked up their third wins of the meet already as Leigh Raymer's Miss Read ($2.60, Victor Kirby) prevailed in 1:55.4. It was the fifth win of the year for the Shadow Play filly who is trained by her owner. It was one of four wins on the card for Kirby. J&M Racing's Embassy Seelster ($3.60, Allan Davis) won her third straight race with a wire-to-wire charge in 1:52.3 for trainer Doug Lewis. Embassy Seelster is the current aged pacing mare track record holder, courtesy of a 1:51.3 win in May 2015. Matthew Sparacino

HARRINGTON, Del. - Current Harrington Raceway leading driver Tony Morgan won seven races on the Tuesday program. Morgan entered the program as the current leading driver and helped his cause with wins with Miss Profitability ($9.40), Northern Rocknroll ($5.20), Together Again N ($4), On Your Six ($5.80), Naty ($16.40), Pearl Handlepistol ($10) and Maby Bonkey ($2.40). In one of the few races the 57-year-old Morgan did not win, Chris Sharpe and Alex Hawes' Quotable Quotes ($25.80, Montrell Teague) was an upset winner in the $16,000 Mares Open in 1:53.2. The 5-year-old Well Said mare was sent off at odds of 11-to-1 and launched a late rally to outkick 9-to-5 favorite Springforth to the wire for a narrow win. Feelingmightygood was third. Trained by Charlene Sharpe, it was the seventh win of the year for Quotable Quotes, who bested Open distaff foes for the first time in her career on May 3. Allan Davis had a driving double. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway

Peter Paul Venturini, Peter Venturini III and Brian Malone's Smart Rokker ($3.80, Tony Morgan) cruised to an easy 1:52 harness racing triumph in the $15,000 featured Open Pace Monday at Harrington Raceway. Trained by Malone, the 6-year-old Rocknroll Hanover gelding led every call and drew clear by six lengths at the wire over Sparky Mark and Just A Jolt, who rounded out the trifecta. Smart Rokker notched his seventh win of the year, which matched his win total from 2015. The win was one of three for Morgan. Coaster ($45.60, Montrell Teague) was a long shot winner for the second straight start for trainer co/owner Buddy Bright. Getitoffyourchest ($26, Ross Wolfenden) was the fastest winner on the program with a 1:51.3 triumph for trainer Richard Lewis and owners David Banks and Layfield Horses LLC. Teague, Wolfenden and Bret Brittingham each had a double. Matthew Sparacino  

Brian Malone's Hostess Lisa ($6, Tony Morgan) was a 1:52.4 harness racing winner in the $15,000 Mares Open at Harrington Raceway Tuesday. Hostess Lisa left from post position four and took the lead before the opening quarter mile from Dublin Rose and proceeded to set the fractions while Springforth battled first over, but could not get to the leader as Hostess Lisa prevailed by one half length. Dublin Rose was second with Springforth third. Hostess Lisa is trained by her owner, who teamed up with Morgan for another win earlier in the card as Malone and Carrie Stackowitz's Mccarma ($3.60, Morgan) registered her third consecutive win, despite not drawing better than post six. Long shot players were treated to a healthy fourth race payoff as 45-to-1 Miss Read, winner via disqualification, spearheaded a $4,079 (8-2) exacta and $5,325 (8-2-5) trifecta. The (8-2-5-7) superfecta paid $9,745 for a $1 based bet. Ross Wolfenden and Montrell Teague each had three wins on the program. Morgan and George Dennis each had a driving double. Once again the pick 5 (a 50-cent based wager that spans race 7-11) went uncovered and aided by a carryover of $4,535, there will be a $10,000 guaranteed pool on the Wednesday program. Matthew Sparacino

Peter Venturini and Peter Venturini III and harness racing trainer Brian Malone's Smart Rokker ($9, Tony Morgan) was a 1:52 winner in the $16,000 Open Pace Monday at Harrington Raceway. Bandolito (Daryl Bier) battled Bad Boy Matt for the early lead before the former made the lead in 27.1 under pressure from Vapour N (Pat Berry), who eventually cleared at the half-mile in an action packed 54.2. Special T Rocks (Ross Wolfenden) mounted a first-over attack with Smart Rokker (Rocknroll Hanover) perched perfectly second-over before tipping three-wide and prevailing in 1:52. Special T Rocks held second gamely while Sparky Mark, whose three-race win streak was snapped, finished third. George and Tina Dennis' Allstar Preview (George Dennis, $31.20) sprang an upset in 1:54.2 in the sub-featured $12,500 Open. Trained by his co-owner/driver, it was his second straight win. Morgan had four winners on the program, while Dennis had three. Victor Kirby and Allan Davis had a double. Matthew Sparacino  

Chipoffthewall won his sixth straight over an unbeaten 2016 start to dominate his second straight prelim win scoring a 1:57.2 harness racing victory in his $20,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund 2nd leg 3-year-old male trot division on Monday, April 4 at Dover Downs. In the second division, Mondello notched a 1:58.2 triumph. Tony Morgan took the alter son of Master Lavec-Off The Wall, Chipoffthewall, right to the lead and the prohibitive favorite led the rest of the mile for his eighth career victory in 13 wstarts lifting his lifetime earnings to $121,440 for trainer-leessee Syl King. Overnight Shipper (George Dennis) finished second with Popcorn Machine (Jim Morand) third. Art Stafford Jr. sat second with Mondello behind leader Seafood Scrappy (Ross Wolfenden) before moving out and into the lead in deep stretch for a 1:58.2 win in his $20,000 DSBFprelim. Daryl Glazer trains the Taladega-St. Patty's Paige colt for breeder-owner Chis Yochim. Samuel J (Vic Kirby) was third. DSBF 2nd leg events are set for the rest of this week, featuring filly pacers on Tuesday, filly trotters, Wednesday and male pacers this Thursday. The top 8 point-getters in each division return for $100,000 finals next week of the meet, April 7-14. On the strong regular program, Atta Boy Dan and pilot Andrew McCarthy recorded his third consecutive $36,000 Open Preferred pace victory in 1:51.1 as the track condition changed to good for the feature race. Atta Boy Dan left to get the lead from Bushwacker (Corey Callahan) early and proved the best from there with Smart Rokker (Morgan) coming out at the three quarters to challenge and remain second. Bushwacker was third. Weaver Bruscemi and Burke Racing own to Western Terror-Dropllikeitshot gelding who won for the fourth time in nine races this year banking $$90,600 for the 41-time career winner. Frank Chick's New Patrol took the lead and maintained command for a 1:52.1 score in an $18,500 4&5-Year- Old Male pace. The Armbro Deuce-Triple Flip Kevin Lare-trainee won for the second straight time and fourth in his last six. A 99-1 shot Skyway Gladiator (Mile Rossi) closed along the passing lane to nip Go Collect N (Callahan), who had won four-in-a-row, for second. In another $18,500 division, a Kevin Lare trained for Frank Chick contender won the first of two for the pair as George Dennis guided Warp Factor Three, an altered son of Mach Three-A And G's Dream, to a 1:52.1 success. Suchasenseofhumor (Morgan) and Baby Kitty (Callahan) were second and third respectively. Apple Bottom Jeans leads the DSBF $20,000 2nd leg prelims on the Tuesday card which also features a $24,000 Mares Open pace. Monday through Thursday racing begins at 4:30 p.m. Dover Downs is dark on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Closing day is April 14. Watch live races and enjoy dining in the Winners Circle Restaurant's acclaimed Harness Racing Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight at Dover Downs where there is no charge for parking and admission. Reservations are suggested for the Winner's Circle Restaurant and for those planning to stay at the 4-star Dover Downs Hotel. Call 302-674-4600.  Marv Bachrad

Wiggle It Jiggleit kicked- off his four-year-old season breezing to an easy 1:51.4 victory in the $60,000 Invitational Handicap on a windy Monday, March 28. Atta Boy Dan won the $36,000 Open Preferred while Bad Boy Matt took the $33,000 Delaware Special on a powerful 15-race harness racing card at Dover Downs. Tony Morgan, who drove four winners, piloted both ends of the DSBF sophomore trots. The 2015 Horse of the Year, Wiggle It Jiggleit was driven to the early lead by Montrell Teague and cut out all the fractions in the mile. Tim Tetrick got away second with Rockeyed Optimist and stayed there ending a four-race win streak. Buckwacker and Corey Callahan rolled out of fourth and got up for third. After the race, driver Teague said, "I really didn't have a plan of what to do, which is normal for me driving Wiggle It, but I made the front easily and had it my own way.' George Teague, Montrell's father who manages the brilliant young gelding remarked, "We'll see how he comes out of the race, and I'll drop him in to race on Saturday in the Levy (at Yonkers). Wiggle It Jiggleit, an altered son of Mr. Wiggles-Mozzi Hanover, is trained by Clyde Francis for George Teague Jr. and Teague Racing Partnership. He won for the 24th time in his 28-race career and now has earned $2,248,495 lifetime. Driver Tony Morgan and trainer-lessee Syl King teamed to win both ends of the Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) 3-Year-Old Male Trot first of two preliminary divisions. Chippofftheway, the freshman champion, an altered son of Master Levac-Off The Wall won the 1st race in 1:59.2, his seventh lifetime win in 12 races and upped his earnings to $111,440. Mondello (Art Stafford Jr.) broke stride early and rallied to finish second in front of Samuel J (Vic Kirby). In the 2nd DSBF prelim, Outside The Line, a CR Commando-Bonfire Hanover gelding, was the Morgan-King winner again with a 2:02.3 upset victory. Boston Malibu (Allan Davis) and Elton J (Carlo Poliseno) were second and third respectively. On a standout undercard, Andrew McCarthy guided Atta Boy Dan to his second win in three weeks at the track winning the $36,000 Open Preferred Handicap in 1:51.4 for Weaver Bruscemi and Burke Racing stable, his third win of the year in eight outings banking $72,600. The Western Terror-Dropitlikeitshot gelding won for the 40th time and now has earned $538,792 in purses. Jeneral Patton (Callahan) was second ending a four-race victory skein. Smart Rokker (Tony Morgan) also saw a three race win streak end, finishing third. Allan Davis steered Reg Hazzard and Legacy Racing's Bad Boy Matt to a 1:51.1 triumph in the $33,000 Delaware Special. It was his third win in his last four and fourth win of the year for the Badlands Hanover-Mattercycle gelding now a $75,395 winner this year. Mustang Art (Sean Bier) finished second for the second-time in-a-row. Sparky Mark (Jonathan Roberts) closed well for third. In an $18,000 4&5-Year-Old Male pace, Tony Morgan, who won the first three races on the card, made it four wins driving New Patrol home in 1:53.1 to give owner Frank Chick and trainer Kevin Lare a double. The Armbro Deuce-Triple Flip gelding held off Apollo Seelster (Tetrick), second, and front pacing Skyway Gladiator (Mike Rossi) for his fourth win of the year in nine races. Janet Hudson's Just A Jolt and Tim Tetrick took the lead from Four Staces (Callahan) and was never headed in a 1:52 performance to take the $17,500 Male Winners Over pace. Four Staces proved second best with Itrustyou (McCarty) the show horse. Jim King conditions the Village Jolt-Just Wait Kate six-year-old gelding, who won for the second time this year and 32nd time in his career while earning $$479,577 lifetime. The $24,000 Mares Open and two $20,000 DSBF Soph filly pace top a strong Tuesday program. Monday through Thursday racing begins at 4:30 p.m. Dover Downs is dark on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. When at the track, watch live races and enjoy dining in the Winners Circle Restaurant's acclaimed Harness Racing Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight at Dover Downs where there is no charge for parking and admission. Reservations are suggested for the Winner's Circle Restaurant and for those planning to stay at the 4-star Dover Downs Hotel. Call 302-674-4600. Marv Bachrad

Fancy Colt, driven by Tony Morgan, and T's Electric piloted by Corey Callahan won separate divisions of the Thursday, March 25 harness racing co-feature paces at Dover Downs. George Dennis wins five. Fancy Colt won for the third time this meet registering a 1:51.2 triumph in the first of two $10,500 divisions. Veteran Tony Morgan was I the bike behind the Always A Virgin-Fanciful Hanover gelding owned by Crissman Inc., in the competitive eight-horse field. Tim Crissman conditions the 17-time career winner who now has banked $174,287. Race Me Villa (Montrell Teague) was right there a close second with Hide Me Away (Russ Foster) the show horse. Corey Callahan drove T's Electric past Feel Like A Fool (Vic Kirby) just after the opening panel and continued to lead the rest of a 1:51.4 mile. A :28 last quarter proved just enough to hold off fast finishing Maximum Terror (Ben Stafford Jr.) and Feel Like A Fool in the finish line photo. Steve Blood owns the Village Jolt-Quip Hanover gelding trained by Richard Robertson Jr. The win was the second of the year for T's Electric, who has won 16 races and $150,534 lifetime. George Dennis continues on a hot tier driving five winners on the winningest week in his career at Dover Downs. Dennis has won 14 races; Monday 2, Tuesday, 4, Wednesday 3, and 5 Thursday with two-trainer wins. In the driver standings, he now has won 112 races this meet good for fourth place. Tony Morgan, Corey Callahan and Jonathan Roberts also collected driving doubles. A $60,000 Invitational/ Handicap led by the first start of the year for 2015 Horse of the Year, Wiggle It Jiggleit, caps an outstanding program which includes a $36,000 Preferred and $33,000 Delaware Special on Monday, March 28. Monday through Thursday racing begins at 4:30 p.m. Dover Downs is dark on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. When at the track, watch live races and enjoy dining in the Winners Circle Restaurant's acclaimed Harness Racing Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight at Dover Downs where there is no charge for parking and admission. Reservations are suggested for the Winner's Circle Restaurant and for those planning to stay at the 4-star Dover Downs Hotel. Call 302-674-4600. - Happy Easter from Dover Downs Marv Bachrad

Kolbee's Star in an $18,500 trot and Awsome Valley winning a $17,500 trot, took the feature trots on Wednesday, March 24 at Dover Downs. Tim Tetrick, with five, and Tony Morgan, four, combined to win more than half of the 15-race harness racing card. Corey Callahan took the inside course, coming along the passing lane to notch a lifetime record 1:56 victory beating eight rival 4-and-5-year-olds for his fourth win of the year. Royal Status (Jim Morand), off at 18-1, finished second with a 32-1 shot Sweet Jesse T (Ross Wolfenden) third. Along with a second and a third, Kolbee Star, an altered son of Lear Jetta-Ultimate Star trained by Joe Holloway $37,655 in 2016 for PCF Stable. The $17,500 Winners-Over trot was even faster. Frank Chick's Awsome Valley showed the most late speed to catch Bluebird Reverend (Montrell Teague) in the closing strides for a 1:52.2 triumph. It was the second of four winning trips for Tony Morgan, the second-leading all time winning driver in North America. Kevin Lare trains the Valley Victory-Nannina Ambrosio gelding, a winner for the 31st time in his career. He has earned $44,698 lifetime. Tough Mac (Callahan), the race favorite, finished third. Tim Tetrick capped off his five-win performance driving On The Sly, also owned by Frank Chick and trained by Kevin Lare to victory in the last race of the day eommomg one of two $14,500 trots for young horses. Ah Me (Carlo Poliseno) was next in front of Windsun Cobra (Pat Berry). In the other $14,500 Brewmaster gave hot driver George Dennis his third win of the day and seventh in two nights, scoring a1:56 victory after the Glidemaster-Dance Girl Dance gelding owned by trainer Brit Evans and Brian Hoffecker had finished second three consecutive starts. Powerful Charger (Tetrick) was runner-up with Deacons Valley (Ross Wolfenden) the show finisher. The individual leaders on the program were Tim Tetrick with five wins, Tony Morgan, four, George Dennis, three, and trainer Kevin Lare and owner Frank Chick with two each. Feel like A Fool and Fancy Colt are the program favorites in the two $10,500 co-feature races on the Thursday card. Monday through Thursday racing begins at 4:30 p.m. Dover Downs is dark on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays When at the track, watch live races and enjoy dining in the Winners Circle Restaurant's acclaimed Harness Racing Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight at Dover Downs where there is no charge for parking and admission. Reservations are suggested for the Winner's Circle Restaurant and for those planning to stay at the 4-star Dover Downs Hotel. Call 302-674-4600.  Marv Bachrad                                  

Harness racing driver Tim Tetrick directed Sage N to her third win of the meet in the $24,000 pace at Dover Downs on a Ides of March Tuesday, March 15, at Dover Downs. Tony Morgan and Andrew McCarthy had three wins each. A major change in post positions from 8 last week to the rail was advantageous for Sage N who led the way from early in the $24,000 distaff feature to a 1:52 triumph. Trained by Scott DiDomenico for C.V.Iannazzo, JFE Enterprise and Triple D Stables, the six-year-old daughter of Christian Cullen-Smart Decision has picked up a check in six of her seven starts at the track including three wins while earning $31,450 this year. The win was the second for Tetrick. Empress Deo closed strongly for Allan Davis to finish second with 41-1 shot Matinee Dragon and Montrell Teague, third. One race earlier, Tetrick steered Caviart Scarlett to her fourth consecutive win in an $18,500 4&5-Year-Old Mares Winners-Over pace. It was win four in her last five starts and sixth in seven 2016 races for the Rich Lombardi, C.A.Atley and JJ&M Stable owned four-year-old by Sportswriter-Caviart Sydney, trained by Josh Green. Nice Trip (Davis) came on fast for second money while Cover Up Hall (Art Stafford Jr.) was third. The 2016 four-year-old debut of $1-million winner, Sassy Hanover, was not a success. Driver Andrew McCarthy put her into action several times but to no avail as she finished eighth. In a $16,000 pace for young females, Truth And Liberty, owned by Only Money Inc., made it two-in-a-row as Andrew McCarty guided the Total Truth-Jazzy Hall four-year-old, conditioned by Jason Skinner, to her fourth win of the year. She swept past front pacing Marigold Bloom (George Dennis) in mid-stretch for the 1:54 victory. Westluckycam (Vic Kirby) was third ending a five-race win streak. Ross Wolfenden piloted Bill Hall's Cedar Hall Heiress from off-the-pace to a 1:54.2 decision in a $14,000 pace for 4&5-year-old females beating Lady Spartacus (Tyler Davis) to the finish line after chasing leader Miss Read (Vic Kirby) who led coming for home. A daughter of Riggins-Paris The Heiress, the win for the Brian Wright trainee, was the second this year in eight starts. PT Stable's Jetomatt stormed home first via the passing lane at 63-1 odds to become the second highest longshot of 2016 at the track. The win in a $9,000 distaff pace was the first of the year for the Jereme's Jet-Mattoftheyear four-year-old. Two drivers collared three wins each, Andrew McCarthy and Tony Morgan, who is currently third in the driver standings with 113 wins this meet. Ross Wolfenden, in fourth place, with a driving double, now has 100 wins. Tim Tetrick and George Dennis, also had two winners. Gural Hanover, Somebody AS joins last week's winner War Cry Hall in the Wednesday feature, $25,000 Open trot. Monday through Thursday racing begins at 4:30 p.m. Dover Downs is dark on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. When at the track, watch live races and enjoy dining in the Winners Circle Restaurant's acclaimed Harness Racing Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight at Dover Downs where there is no charge for parking and admission. Reservations are suggested for the Winner's Circle Restaurant and for those planning to stay at the 4-star Dover Downs Hotel. Call 302-674-4600.  Marv Bachrad                              

Dover, Del.--- Sunshine Superman took charge after the opening quarters and raced first the rest of the mile to win the Sunday, Jan. 31 feature race at Dover Downs. Harness racing driver Tony Morgan remains red hot driving three winners. Owned by trainer Doug Lewis, the nine-year-old Rocknroll Hanover-Carolina Sunshine gelding held off fast closing Delaware Hanover (Frank Milby) and Jeremes General (Allan Davis) to post his 29th career victory with lifetime earnings of 371,551. The victory was the first of two for Jonathan Roberts. A $20,000 4&5-Year-Old Claiming pace was the sub-feature. George Dennis guided Bob Murray's Three Day Forecast to his second win in last three chalking up a lifetime fastest 1:51.1 score. Shawn Murray conditions the Three Olives-Future Forecast gelding who won for the third time this meet. If You Want Fire (A.Davis) was second best. PL Hoofhearted (Montrell Teague) took third money. Red hot driver Tony Morgan had a triple while Jonathan Roberts, trainer Steve LeBlanc and owners Bill Lutz, LeBlanc Racing and Count De Money stables had two winners each. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del. --- McJagersonthemove,second in his previous two races, proved the best in the Thursday, Jan. 14 feature race at Dover Downs winning easily in 1:52.2 with harness racing driver Tony Morgan in the bike. The McArdle-Grand fancy gelding lived up to his name moving into the lead and scoring by 3-lengths for trainer Willard Reynolds and owner Mark Howard in an $8,000 4&5-Year-Old Male pace. The victory of his second of the meet along with two seconds and three thirds in eight starts. Ace Of Sharks (Allan Davis) came on for second with Western Young Gun (George Dennis), third. Allan Davis notched his second win guiding L&J Racing's Tataria, a four-year-old by Four Starzzz Shark-Pure Prize, to her second straight win and third in her last four starts racking up a 1:53.2 decision in the top female race of the day, a $9,500 3,4&5-Year-Old Filly and mare pace. Aarin Hanover (Jim Morand) and Casiano (Jonathan Roberts) finished second and third respectively. Four drivers; Tony Morgan, Allan Davis, George Dennis, Brett Miler and trainer Williard Reynolds made the winner's circle twice each. Dover Downs is dark on Friday and Saturday. Live racing resumes Sunday, post time is 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday weekday racing begins at p.m. 4:30 p.m. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del. --- Hoboken Hanover ended Jingle Bell Rocker's five-race win streak while Smart Rokker took the Male pace and Brioni won a third-straight in Sunday, Jan. 10 harness racing features at Dover Downs. Tony Morgan and Jonathan Roberts tripled. Jonathan Roberts capped a three-win day driving owner-trainer Bobby Glassmeyer's Hoboken Hanover to a 1:56.1 triumph ending a win streak that dates back to meet opening week. For Hoboken Hanover, it was the 42nd career victory lifting the Cam's Card Shark-Haps Hanover gelding to earnings of $301,888. Magic Cam (George Dennis) finished second with Alex In Wonderland (Sean Bier) third. Jingle Bell Rocker (Ross Wolfenden) was fourth. In one of the co-feature paces, Roberts moved Smart Rokker to the outside on the final turn then sped-away for a 1:54.1 victory. Brian Malone trains the altered son of Rocknroll Hanover-Sassy Newton he owns with Peter and Peter Venturini III. The win was the 17th lifetime success for the six-year-old gelding who now has won $133,777. Roddy's Hot Again (Dennis) was runner-up. Lettucefib A (A.Stafford Jr.) was the show horse. Brioni, piloted by Marcus Miller, made it three-in-a row winning a $15,000 Claiming Allowance. Claimed for $10,000 last month by Arty Foster, the Four Starzz Shark-Armbro Bahama horse has stepped up for consecutive wins. Native Art (Montrell Teague) and NJ Law (Bret Brittingham) finished second and third respectively. Tony Morgan joined Jonathan Roberts with three wins Art Stafford Jr., trainer Tim Crisman and Crisman Inc. had two wins apiece. MAJOR UPTREND HEADS $30,000 PREFERRED, MUSTANG ART, $27,500 DELAWARE SPECIAL A pair of recent fast winners, Major uptrend and Mustang Art, respectively, return in the $30,000 Preferred/Handicap and $27,500 Delaware Special twin-features on Monday, Jan. 11 at Dover Downs. Major Uptrend uncorked a lifetime best 1:49.1 two weeks ago in the previous Preferred, with Corey Callahan holding the lines for trainer Doug Lewis and owner Howard Taylor, scoring wire-to-wire. Two other starters, Rich Pollucci’s fast Dapper Dude of the Jim King Stable, with Tim Tetrick, back from a month-long vacation in Australia, finished third, while Bamond Racing’s Snap To It with Brett Miller in the bike, was fourth. Stepping up from an impressive Del. Special performances last week, Sweet Rock, owned by Reg Hazzard, G.P. Calloway and Legacy Racing, scored a 1:50.2 victory with Allan Davis. Kovach Stable’s Del. Special regular, Feel Like A Fool and Montrell Teague leaves from the rail. Another speedster, Weaver Bruscemi, RTC Stables and Burke Racing’s Speed Again (Yannick Gingras), fresh from a 1:50.3 score last time completes the select field. Max Walton and Greg Papleo’s Mustang Art (B.Miller), who always has raced well in Dover features, was a 1:51 winner last Monday from post 9 in the second tier. Rusty Carter and trainer Doug Lewis’ Captive Audience (Callahan) was a close second with Reggie Hazzard and Legacy Racing’s Bad Boy Matt (A.Davis) third. Little Ben (Tetrick) has been racing at the top of his game for Janet Hudson and JoAnn Looney-King, and makes his  first start in two weeks. Driver Art Stafford and brother Andrew Stafford’s Framed Art must overcome starting from the outside. Elizabeth Brittingham’s Raritan Bay (Bret Brittingham) has never been better. Completing the lineup is Don’t Ya Know (Gingras). Two $15,000 and a $14,000 pace for young horses head a strong undercard. Marv Bachrad

Dover, DE - Chipoffthewall swept to victory in the $100,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) Two-Year-Old Male Trot at Dover Downs on Tuesday, Nov. 24. Tim Tetrick drove three winners. With North America's second-leading driver, Tony Morgan, at the controls, the altered black son of Master Lavec-Off the Wall again dominated the DSBF freshman ranks while setting a new track record for age, gender and gait of 1:58.4 posting his fifth win in his last six outings. The only mar on his recent record is in the $100,000 DSBF Final at Harrington where after reaching the finish line with 9 ½ lengths to spare, but was taken down and placed last for an early race interference. Veteran horseman Syl King leases and trains Chipoffthewall, who now has earned $101,440 this campaign. Longshot Seafood Scrappy (Ross Wolfenden) finished second. Boston Malibu (Allan Davis) took show money. On the regular program in a $15,500 3,4&5-Year-OldFilly and Mare pace, Bob Bailey's sharp Duneside Chella, trained by Ryan Bailey, made it two wins-in-a-row winning the stretch battle in 1:52.4 giving Tony Morgan his second win of the day. American Truth (Tim Tetrick) nosed out Sweet Bobbie by a nose for second place. Elliesjet N remains undefeated after five starts in the U.S. as Art Stafford Jr. piloted the Jereme's Jet-Elle Mary Rose six-year-old black mare to a 1:52.4 triumph in a $14,000 distaff pace for young females. Art Stafford Jr. steered the winner for trainer Josh Parker, Evans, Spedden and Nanticoke Race own the New Zealand import. Playcardswithroddy (George Dennis) was runner-up. Lady Beth (Wolfenden) was third. Bay Pond Racing's Hearts N Flowers got up in 1:52.3 to win the $14,000 mares Winners Over pace with Allan Davis driving for trainer Wayne Givens. Tyra (Tetrick) was second with Handsoffmycookie (Morgan) third. It was the eighth win this year in 36 starts for the Artiscape-Hasty Dewar six-year-old. Tim Tetrick went off at 21-1 driving Powerful Honey in a Delaware $5,000 Mares pace. Tetrick rallied the six-year-old Powerful Toy-Honeycakes distaff from seventh after the half, to loop the field on the way to a 1:56.1 victory for trainer Willard Reynolds and owners Howard and Linda Dege. Coupled with Smile Cam (George Dennis) the 6-2 exacta returned $466.30 and with Quick Pulse Daisy (Vic Kirby), third, the 6-28 trifecta paid $2,173. The fourth and final 2015 $100,000 DSBF two-year-old title event spotlights the filly pacers in the Wednesday feature race. There is no live racing on Thursday, Thanksgiving Day. Monday through Thursday racing begins at 4:30 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday are dark live racing days at Dover Downs. A $5,000 Guaranteed Pick-4 Pool is featured daily. The Winner's Circle Buffet is back for those watching races and dinning in the Winner's Circle Restaurant. Reservations are suggested for the Winner's Circle Restaurant and for those planning to stay at the 4-star Dover Downs Hotel. Call 302-674-4600 At Dover Downs, there is no charge for parking and admission. Harness and thoroughbred simulcasts is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight. by Marv Bachrad, for Dover Downs

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