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 ANDERSON, Ind.-May 23, 2015 - Indiana's three-year-old pacing colts were in the spotlight at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Saturday, May 23 to square off in the opening round of Indiana Sires Stakes action and as predicted, the sophomore colts opened their harness racing series in impressive fashion. Freaky Feet Pete and Wiggle It Jiggleit, considered two of the top pacing colts for 2015, both delivered in their respective eliminations. Making his 2015 return to the races, Freaky Feet Pete picked up right where he left off as he found the winner's circle in his sophomore debut, winning in 1:50.3. Driven by Trace Tetrick, Freaky Feet Pete used a :27.2 final panel to coast home a winner by two lengths. Freaky Feet Pete settled well off the early pace, retreating to fifth while the rest of the field battled for early position through first half fractions of :27.1 and :55.4. Freaky Feet Pete began his quest to the front just past the half and reached the leader's wheel approaching the final turn. After reaching the three-quarter pole in 1:23.1, Freaky Feet Pete found his best strides late in the lane and cruised home to notch his first victory of the season. The 1:50.3 final time equals his career best. "I think his best attribute is that he's very versatile, on the front, off the pace, it doesn't really bother him," driver Trace Tetrick noted after the race. "Great horses do great things and that's what he is. He's come back great, he's fresh, he's ready to race, and he loves his job." Voted Indiana's two-year-old pacing colt of the year, Freaky Feet Pete has now won 10 of 11 career starts and earned $271,950 for owners Mary Jo Rheinheimer and Marty Rheinheimer. The son of Rockin Image-Skyway Lori is trained by Larry Rheinheimer. In the very next division, Wiggle It Jiggleit, fresh off his world record setting performance, made his Hoosier Park debut a winning one to remain undefeated in nine starts. With regular pilot Montrell Teague in the sulky, Wiggle It Jiggleit made a powerful move down the backside and cruised to the wire seven lengths in front of his competition in 1:50.3. The world champion took off the speed early in the mile, but made a controlled move to the lead and cleared just before the half-mile mark through fractions of :27.1 and :55.3. Wiggle It Jiggleit led the field through the three-quarter split in 1:23.3 before beginning to put his talent on display. As the rest of the field struggled to stay within striking distance, Wiggle It Jiggleit was racing the clock. Finishing well within himself at the wire, the son of Mr. Wiggles-Mozzi Hanover coasted to the wire with his earplugs still in-tact. "I don't want to put him on the front every time, he's versatile and I think he can go any way," driver Montrell Teague noted in the winner's circle. "I could have taken him back to last and he probably would have done the same thing. Racing him off pace just teaches him that he has to calm down a little bit, and now, hopefully, we'll be ready for next week." "He's awesome, his attitude, his intelligence, he just does everything right," Teague continued. "It's a pleasure to be around a horse like him and to go those kind of miles every week. I didn't even pop the earplugs tonight." Wiggle It Jiggleit became the fastest-3-year-old pacing colt on a half mile track in history when he romped to a 1:49 victory at Harrington Raceway on May 11. He is conditioned by Clyde Francis and owned by George Teague Jr. With the victory, Wiggle It Jiggleit's career earnings surpassed the $100,000 mark. Trainer Jon Anderson teamed up with driver Rick Plano to double up in the other two divisions of the stakes action. The Anderson-Plano scored first with My Buddy Ninkster in the opening split and followed up with Rockin Ron scoring in the final division. After finishing second in his last two outings, My Buddy Ninkster rebounded to find the winner's circle when it counted in 1:51.1. Benefitting from a pocket trip, My Buddy Ninkster was able to overcome the tempo-setting Harfo Hanover and Tony Hall late in the lane. Sired by Dali, My Buddy Ninkster recorded the fourth victory of his sophomore campaign while establishing a new lifetime mark in the process. Owned by John and Mary Krasnican, the son of Dali-Sporty Ellie has now earned $46,553 lifetime. In the final division of the stakes action, Rockin Ron kept his winning streak alive as he recorded his 5th consecutive victory at Hoosier Park in 1:51.2. The Jon Anderson trainee dictated fractions of :27, :55.2 and 1:23.2 before powering home a winner. The son of Real Desire-Im All A Roan is now 5 for 5 this season and six for 15 in his career. Owned by Ronald Phillips, Louis Leinberger and Jesse Ferge, Rockin Ron has earned $58,300 lifetime. All four of the evening's elimination winners successfully earned a spot in the first of five $75,000 Indiana Sires Stakes final slated for May 30 at Hoosier Park. With a daily post time of 5:15 p.m., live racing at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule. Emily Gaskin

ANDERSON, Ind.-May 23, 2015 - Trainers, breeders, and owners all dream of seeing a horse start his career so freakishly brilliant that his potential appears unlimited. While horses of this caliber may be few and far between, an extraordinarily talented and aptly named colt burst onto the Indiana harness racing scene in 2014. Freaky Feet Pete made his racing debut at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on July 3, 2014 when he won a maiden race for freshman pacing colts in 1:55.1 by six lengths. Driven by Trace Tetrick, who would be his regular pilot for all 10 of his starts, Freaky Feet Pete handled his first start like a true professional. It wasn't until his second career start that Freaky Feet Pete showed just how fast of a horse he was. In his first Indiana Sires Stakes test, Freaky Feet Pete passed with flying colors and set a national season's record in the process with a final time of 1:51.4. While that may have been the start that garnered the son of Rockin Image-Skyway Lori a plethora of outside attention, his connections knew they had something special long before the colt went to gate. "He trained great all winter," trainer Larry Rheinheimer noted of his star pupil. "I don't know if we knew how good he was when we were training him down, but I knew he was going to be a nice colt someday. He just knows how to take care of himself and is all business when he is on the track." Freaky Feet Pete quickly made winning races his business. The freshman colt ended his 2014 campaign winning nine of ten races with his only defeat coming in a $75,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Final where he finished fourth. His final race of the season seemed to serve as a reminder of his talent as Freaky Feet Pete dominated the $200,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Super Final winning by 11 lengths in 1:50.4 over a track rated good. "We ended his two-year-old season just like we wanted to, on a good note," Rheinheimer said. "We didn't want to push him and have to ship to other places because we were happy with what he had already done. We wanted to take care of him and let him have some time to mature." Hailing from the highly touted first crop of Rockin Image, Freaky Feet Pete is the eighth foal of the ultra-prolific broodmare, Skyway Lori. While she was a decent racehorse in her own regards, Skyway Lori's biggest accolades came as a broodmare. With eight foals of racing age, she is a 100% producer and responsible for five $100,000+ winners and two $200,000+ winners. Freaky Feet Pete remains her fastest son with his 1:50.3 mark taken in Indiana Sires Stakes action at Hoosier Park. "He's wintered real well, he's grown up a bit and filled out in some places," Rheinheimer continued. "He's not a big horse but he seems to be doing good and be himself." Indiana's two-year-old pacing colt of the year will make his three-year-old debut at Hoosier Park on Saturday, May 23 and will start from post eight in race 11. With regular pilot Trace Tetrick at the lines, Freaky Feet Pete has been enlisted as the 3-5 morning line favorite in the field of nine. "If all goes well, we will be right here all summer," Rheinheimer said. "We staked him to everything at Hoosier Park and a few outside races but we stuck to the races that were close. It's just fun being a part of a horse like him." Emily Gaskin  

ANDERSON, Ind.-May 20, 2015 - The opening round of Indiana Sires Stakes action highlighted the Wednesday, May 20th harness racing program at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino and featured four divisions of $20,000 Indiana Sires Stakes for three-year-old trotting fillies. Each filly was aiming to earn a spot in the first of five $75,000 Indiana Sires Stakes finals slated for May 30 at Hoosier Park. Indiana's two-year-old trotting filly of the year, Churita, looked every the bit the part of a 2-5 favorite as she used a gate to wire effort to score her first victory of the season in 1:56.3. Driven by her regular pilot Trace Tetrick, Churita left aggressively from post 9 to dictate fractions of :27.4, :58, and 1:27.1 before cruising home to a three length victory. Trained by Matt Rheinheimer, Churita has now won 9 of 11 lifetime starts and sports a career bankroll of $273,225. The daughter of Airzoom Lindy-Stonebridge Volare captured the first seasonal outing of her sophomore campaign for owner, Jackie Porter. In the opening round of the stakes action, Swan's Grace and Ed Hensley pulled a slight 7-1 upset to score in 1:57.3. The victory was the first of the season for Swan's Grace and a lifetime best performance for the daughter of Swan For All-Red Rose Kosmos. Swan's Grace was uninvolved in the early stages of the race while Herbies Wildflower and After All battled for early position through first half fractions of :27.4 and :58. Reigningblackswan and LeWayne Miller were parked for much of the mile but reached the leader's wheel at the three-quarter clocking in 1:28.3. With much of the damage being done on the front, Hensley gave Swan's Grace the green light and the filly used a :28.2 final quarter to hold off a hard-charging Big Wheel and Tom Luther. Trained by Bobby Brower, Swan's Grace has now earned $38,756 lifetime for her owners and breeders, Jerry Graham and Mystical Marker Farms. Dirty Secret and Jay Cross followed suit in the next split of the stakes action to score in 1:56.3 at odds of 7-1. Recording a new lifetime mark, it was the third consecutive victory at Hoosier Park for the daughter of Justice Hall-Classic Fight. Leaving from post three, Dirty Secret settled along the rail in fifth while Hannelore Hanover and Ricky Macomber Jr. were the first to get a call through the opening panel in :27.4. Charlie Conrad had La Guida Pleasure pointed to the front and the duo took command just past the half in :58.1. J-S Maple and Sam Widger, sent off as the 1-2 favorite, were grinding it out first over and were engaging the leaders approaching the final turn. As the field turned for home, the race appeared to be wide open but Dirty Secret was just beginning to find her best strides. Using a :28.4 final quarter, Dirty Secret dug in gamely to finish a head in front of Hannelore Hanover. Trained by Susan Askren, the three-year-old filly notched her third victory from four seasonal outings. Dirty Secret has now earned $35,589 lifetime for owners Susan Askren and Richard Keaton. In the final division, Golden Big Stick and Brad Hanners rallied gamely to score in 1:57.4. It was the first win of the season for the daughter of Big Stick Lindy-Golda Plumsted as she also recorded a new lifetime mark. Using her customary late-charging tactics, Golden Big Stick sat patiently along the rail in seventh as Townline Momma and Sam Widger led through intervals of :27.4, :59, and 1:28.3. As the field turned for home, Golden Big Stick had her work cut out for her but she dug in gamely to reach the wire first in the final strides of the mile. Trained by Mike Hollenback, who co-owns the filly with William Cantrell, Golden Big Stick has now won four of 13 outings in her career while bankrolling $182,120 lifetime. Indiana Sires Stakes action continues at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Thursday, May 21 with four divisions of the $20,000 Indiana Sires Stakes for three-year-old trotting colts. Live racing at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will follow a Tuesday through Saturday live racing schedule with a daily post time of 5:15 p.m. Emily Gaskin

Trace Tetrick notched the 3,000th win of his harness racing driving career after he piloted Kayla As to victory at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Tuesday, May 12. The 1:59.2 victory marked a maiden breaking win for the three-year-old daughter of Jailhouse Jesse-Karisma As and a career milestone for the 28-year-old driver. Trained by Anette Lorenzton, Kayla As was able to take advantage of her rail position and held off all competitors to record her first win in just the first start of her three-year-old campaign. Owned by Acl Stuteri, Kayla As has now earned $3,720 lifetime. "I was hoping to get it tonight but didn't expect it," Tetrick noted in the winner's circle. "I wasn't really focusing on the number, I just try to come out and win as many as I can every night."  "It feels good to have that one over with though."  "Now, it's on to the next one." Born into a horse racing family, Tetrick grew up around horses and began his career on the southern Illinois county fair circuit. Harness racing has always been a family affair for Tetrick as his parents, Tom D. and Mary Alice, have operated a successful stable throughout the Midwest for many years. The Geff, Illinois native started his driving career in 2003 and has since surpassed the $28 million mark in purse earnings in the bike. Tetrick recorded his first win at Hoosier Park in 2006 and has been a mainstay atop Hoosier Park's leader board ever since. In 2008, Tetrick became the youngest driver or jockey to ever win a title at Hoosier Park after garnering 117 victories that season. Tetrick took home the leading driver title in 2014 and also earned a spot in Hoosier Park's record books once again as he re-established the record for most wins in one season, a record that was previously held by Tony Morgan during the 1998 season with 262 victories. Tetrick came into the 14-race card at Hoosier Park on Tuesday just three wins away from his milestone. He also found the winner's circle with Saintfrancis and Flyaway Bumble Bee earlier on the card before reaching 3,000. Hoosier Park's Vice President and General Manager, Rick Moore, along with Tetrick's family and friends were in the winner's circle to congratulate and acknowledge his accomplishment. "On behalf of Hoosier Park Racing & Casino, I'd like to congratulate Trace on win number 3,000," Moore noted. "Through his hard work and skill, Trace continues to be a great ambassador for the sport of harness racing." "We are honored to have him as part of our driving colony here at Hoosier Park."  "We wish Trace continued success for the remainder of this season and throughout his career." Tetrick currently leads all drivers for the 2015 season at Hoosier Park with 58 victories and nearly $400,000 in purse earnings through the first 30 days of live racing. Peter Wrenn currently holds the second spot with 46 trips to the winner's circle. Live racing at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will continue on Wednesday, May 13 with a 14-race card highlighted by the $18,000 Expresson Series final. With a daily post time of 5:15 p.m., live racing will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule through November 14. Emily Gaskin

ANDERSON, Ind.-April 24, 2015 - Color's A Virgin notched her second consecutive victory at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino after she effortlessly captured the featured harness racing event of the evening, a $21,000 Invitational Pace for fillies and mares, on Friday, April 24.The reigning three-year-old pacing filly of the year has now gone back-to-back at the top level with her 1:52.2 victory and remains undefeated in 2015. Sent off as the overwhelming favorite in a field of eight, Color's A Virgin and regular pilot Trace Tetrick changed up their racing tactics and surprisingly left for early position. With American Girl and Sam Widger gunning for the lead from post six, Color's A Virgin left just enough to find a spot along the pylons in fourth. American Girl dictated the early tempo of :27.1 before yielding the lead to Montenegro and Jason Dillander just before the second station in :56.2. Fits Well and Tyler Smith, sitting along the rail in third, made a costly break down the backside and scattered the field behind them. Unwilling to take any chances, Tetrick avoided the breaker and gave Color's A Virgin the green light down the backside. She reached command just past the three-quarter clocking in 1:25 before turning for home with an ever-increasing lead. As the rest of the field struggled to stay within striking distance, Color's A Virgin found another gear and kicked home in :27.2 to finish two and three-quarter lengths in front of Montenegro. American Girl rallied gamely in the lane to round out the trifecta. Color's A Virgin returned $3.20 to her backers at the windows. Trained by Brian Brown, the four-year-old daughter of Always A Virgin-Full Color now sports a lifetime bankroll of $765,322 for her connections at Emerald Highlands Farm. Color's A Virgin won 13 of 18 starts in 2014, including the $178,862 Jugette on September 17 at the Delaware County Fairgrounds. "Everything has been good with her, so far anyway," winning trainer Brian Brown noted after the victory. "I feel like she has really come back well. She seems a little happier to me this year not that she was unhappy last year, but I think she has come into herself this year." Color's A Virgin now has 20 career victories to her credit and has been nominated to races such as the TVG Mares Pace, The Lady Liberty and The Golden Girls for her four-year-old campaign. "To be honest, I haven't looked past the next race for her," he continued. "We're going to Miami Valley next Sunday, but as far as the rest of the year goes, we will play it stake race to stake race based on what she's ready for. I just want to make sure she's healthy, she's not tying up, and everything is good with her and so far it has been." Live racing will continue at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Saturday, April 24 with a 14-race card. The live racing schedule at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule and be conducted through November 14. Emily Gaskin

ANDERSON, Ind.-April 10, 2015 - The reigning three-year-old pacing filly of the year, Color's A Virgin, returned to harness racing action on Friday, April 10 and made her 2015 debut a winning one as she captured the featured event of the evening, a $21,000 Invitational Pace for fillies and mares, at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino. Overcoming a tough, first-over trip, Color's A Virgin scored her first victory against older mares in 1:53.3 and gave driver Trace Tetrick one of six wins on the 13-race card. Leaving from post four in a talented field of six, Color's A Virgin and Tetrick resumed their previous racing tactics and raced from off the pace early, to secure a spot along the rail in fourth. Tim Curtain sent Wings away from the gate firing and the duo reached the first quarter in :27.4. Stable Eyes and Tim Clevenger benefitted from a pocket trip while Miss Millie and Peter Wrenn were next in line, third. Pertty Music and Ed Hensley, back to back winners at this level, sat at the back of the pack for much of the mile. Wrenn gave Miss Millie the go-ahead down the backside and she secured the lead just past the half in :57. Unable to wait any longer, Color's A Virgin began her first-over bid approaching the final turn with American Girl and Sam Widger in tow. As the field reached the third station in 1:25.3, Color's A Virgin had worn down the tiring leader and began to put her talent on display as she paced away from the field. Using a :28 final panel, Color's A Virgin coasted on to the wire under a hand drive from Tetrick to finish a length in front of American Girl who was a game second. Miss Millie rounded out the trifecta while Pertty Music had too much ground to make up at the end of the mile and had to settle for fourth. As the heavy betting favorite, the Dan Patch award-winning mare returned $3.60 at the windows. "The race didn't work out exactly like I thought," Tetrick noted after the race. "I didn't want to be first-up for her first start back but that's the way it worked out and she overcame it. She did everything I asked and was well within herself at the wire." "Brian (Brown) told me she came back well," he continued. "Tonight, I could tell she's matured and handled the lay-off well. She's just a great, great mare." Color's A Virgin won 13 of 18 starts in 2014 and earned $532,622 for her connections at Emerald Highlands Farm. She captured seven of her last eight starts, including the $178,862 Jugette on September 17 at the Delaware County Fairgrounds. Trained by Brian Brown, the four-year-old daughter of Always A Virgin-Full Color now sports a lifetime bankroll of $754,822. The winner of 19 career outings has been nominated to races such as the TVG Mares Pace, The Lady Liberty and The Golden Girls for her four-year-old campaign. Tetrick noted Color's A Virgin would likely make her next start at Hoosier Park before heading to Miami Valley Raceway. The victory was one of six wins for Hoosier Park's current leading driver, Trace Tetrick and four training wins for Brian Brown. Brown and Tetrick also teamed up to score with Fits Well and Win The Gold early in the card. Tetrick also found the winner's circle with Landonfitz for trainer Charlie Stewart and Pleasing Paisley for trainer Tyler George. The Brown, Tetrick combination would strike once more with Do U Mind in the last race of the evening for the Emerald Highlands Farm. Live racing at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will continue on Saturday, April 11 with a 13-race card. With a daily post time of 5:15 p.m., live racing will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule and be conducted through November 14, 2015. For more information on the upcoming entertainment or live racing schedule at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino, please visit www.hoosierpark.com. Emily Gaskin

DOVER, Del. ---- Harness racing driver Tony Morgan moved two steps closer to 15,000 wins driving Middle Aged Crazy to victory in the Dover Downs, Tuesday, March 10 feature race. Earlier Morgan drove Courser Hanover to victory in 1:55.3 to win a Delaware $5,000 Male Claiming pace. In the feature, Morgan had just enough driving Middle Aged Crazy to move along the passing lane and catch Just Bettor (Vic Kirby) in the final step. Tim Mumford owns the Yankee Skyscraper - Valley Amelia gelding trained by Shane Long who won for the second time this year. LA Camcharger (Vic Copeland) got up for third in the photo. Jingle Bell Rocker, who was unbeaten from the Christmas Holiday season until early February, got back on the winning track as Trace Tetrick drove the Les Givens-conditioned Rocknroll Hanover - Blissard Of Oz gelding, owned by Tina Clark, to his 13th lifetime win, a 1:53.1 victory in a Delaware $7,500 Male Claiming pace. Tony Morgan, Trace Tetrick, George Dennis and trainer Kathleen Brewer had two wins each. SEVRUGA JOINS $18,000 OPEN/HANDICAP TROT WEDNESDAY Sevruga, one of North America’s top trotters in recent years, makes his first start of the season in the $18,000 Open/Handicap trot on Wednesday, March 11 at Dover Downs. First post is 4:30 p.m. Ragazzo Dolce seeks fifth straight on under-card. Andy Miller will drive the veteran $1-million winner Sevruga in this week’s feature. JP racing owns the seven-year-old gelding who qualified twice on off -tracks at the Meadowlands. Last Wednesday’s winner J.L.Sadowski’s Tag Up And Go, with Trace Tetrick driving, has already post four wins in 2015. Mike Casalino’s Tough Mac, driven by meet leader Corey Callahan, is one of the winningest horses at the track with six wins, including three of his last five starts. Steve Moss, the Solomons and trainer Leigh Raymer’s Tirade Hanover, handled by Vic Kirby, has a couple of wins, two seconds and has been in the money in all his local starts.  One of the most consistent top class trotters this meet is Tina Clark and Joe Clark’s Baximum with Allan Davis driving. Powerful Charger, owned by trainer Jim King and driver Tim Tetrick, has won two of his previous three starts. Jenny Melander’s Wisenheimer and Montrell Teague and Jane Dunavant’s Apparition, who leaves from the rail, with Carlo Poliseno, complete the field of eight.  Mike Casalino and Dylan Davis’ Ragazzo Dolche (Davis) seeks a fifth win-in-a-row in a $14,000 4&5-Year-Old Winners-Over trot. Two other starters are also riding win streaks. Rosemary Smutz’ Man Of Muscle (George Dennis) has a four win skein going and Leigh Raymer’s Someway Same Hall (Kirby) has won two in-a-row. Two fast mares lead the opposition, Bill Cantrell’s Classic Belisima (Callahan), and Eric Foster’s Stirling Charisma (Trace Tetrick). Joyeux Dream (Pierce), a six time winner this year, is the one to beat in a $15,000-$20,000 Claiming/Handicap trot. Monday through Thursday racing starts at 4:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday are "dark" days. Sunday post time is 5:30 p.m. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight. There is no charge for parking and admission. Reservations are suggested for the Winner's Circle Restaurant and for those planning to stay at Dover Downs Hotel. Call 302-674-4600. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del. --- New Patrol scored his third win in-a-row besting eight rivals in a career fastest 1:52.3 victory in the Sunday feature, March 8 at Dover Downs. Harness racing drivers Trace Tetrick and Vic Kirby had three winning drives. In the Delaware 4&5-Year-Old Male pace, George Dennis moved New Patrol into the lead in front of the grandstand and when Sentosa Island broke stride scattering a part of the field, the leader was never was headed keeping his unbeaten record in three starts since arriving from Woodbine, in Ontario. Frank Pitts owns the Armbro Deuce - Triple Flip gelding trained by Kevin Lare. The win was the third by New Patrol in seven races this year. JJ Nitro (Eddie Davis Jr.) was runner-up. Art On The Beach (Trace Tetrick) took third. Trace Tetrick and Vic Kirby racked up driving triples. Eddie Davis Jr. had a double. Tony Morgan, also had two wins, to raise his career total to 14,981 winning drives. Only four others in history - Dave Palone, nearing 16,000 wins, Germany's Heinz Wewering, Herve Filion and Cat Manzi - have reached the 15,000-win milestone. Monday is female pacing day at Dover Downs with Spin Vision looking for a fifth straight win in the $14,000 feature. SPIN VISION BRINGS FOUR-WIN STREAK TO DOVER MONDAY DISTAFF Spin Vision, the only three-year-old filly in the lineup, brings a four-win streak in the $14,000 Mares Winners-Over pace on Monday, March 9 at Dover Downs. Post time is 4:30 p.m. Breeder, owner-trainer Virginia Louthan's Spin Vision is a perfect four-for-four in 2015. She leaves from the rail with meet leading driver Corey Callahan at the controls. Two other contestants, Carter Racing and Bobby Myers' Get Real Rusty reined by Eddie Davis Jr. and Dave McCaffrey and Z Tam Stable's Yanklet Hanover and Tony Morgan, also recorded wins in their last start. Last week Ross Wolfenden's McArma finished a game second with Vic Kirby driving. In another division. It was her fourth second-place finish in her last five outings. Jim Morgan also piloted Tim Mumford's Romanascape to a strong closing second. Tina and Joe Clark's Lindysbathinbeauty, driven by Allan Davis and Mason Shaw's LaFiesta with Daryl Bier, both have a win in their last two races. Bill Satin and Mark Salerno's Hidden Land has secondites. With Roger Plante piloting, the four-year-old has been second in five of her last seven starts. There is a strong supporting card featuring hard-hitting female pacers. Monday through Thursday racing starts at 4:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday are "dark" days. Sunday post time is 5:30 p.m. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight. There is no charge for parking and admission. Reservations are suggested for the Winner's Circle Restaurant and for those planning to stay at Dover Downs Hotel. Call 302-674-4600. Marv Bachrad  

DOVER, Del.--- After breaking stride while on the move last week, Bettor And Bold was at his best on Tuesday, March 3, closing with a big rush to win the $20,000-$25,000 4&5-Year-Old Claiming / Handicap over a 'sloppy' track at Dover Downs. Harness racing driver Corey Callahan racked up a four-win day to give him 220 on the 79th day of the meet. Race favorite Just Bettor (Vic Kirby) left from post 8 but could not get past Button Fly (Toby Lynch) until finding room nearing the half mile. Bettor And Bold raced in mid-pack, and then with a blanket of horses turned down the lane. Trace Tetrick took Bettor And Bold to the outside and blew past his rivals for a 1:54.1 victory, equaling his lifetime best clocking The win was the second in his last four starts for the Bettor's Delight - Impertinent gelding, trained by Jim King for owners Tim Tetrick and CC Racing. UF Dragons Cruiser (Allan Davis), the leader in mid-stretch, finished second. PL Hoofhearted (Corey Callahan) was the show horse. Just Bettor, who has earned a check in all eight of his 2015 races, was fourth. Corey Callahan had a four win day while Trace Tetrick and Allan Davis had three winners. Jonathan Roberts, Tony Morgan and trainer Kathleen Brewer made two trips to the winners circle. For Morgan, his pair of wins gives him 14,977 in his career. Tough Mac, Tirade Hanover and Wind of The North tangle in the Wednesday $18,000 Open trot feature.] Monday through Thursday racing starts at 4:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday are "dark" days. Sunday post time is 5:30 p.m. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight. There is no charge for parking and admission. Reservations are suggested for the Winner's Circle Restaurant and for those planning to stay at Dover Downs Hotel. Call 302-674-4600. Marv Bachrad

Heading into the first round of the Burning Point series for pacing mares, all eyes were on the re-match of Worldly Beauty winner Witch Dali and her rival and runner-up from that same series, Donttellruss. New to the party was the Ron Burke trained Southwind Serentiy, a fine compliment to her stablemate, Donttellruss. Such a fine compliment, that Yannick Gingras, given his choice of the two, opted to Southwind Serenity. That harness racing entry was sent off as the 1/2 favorite, with Witch Dali the 2-1 second choice. But someone forgot to tell Empress Deo that this was a three-horse race. The early lead belonged to Southwind Serenity, who was hustled to the front by Gingras and established a 27.1 opening quarter under no pressure. She was allowed to coast through a 55.4 half-mile as her stable-mate, Donttellruss committed first over. But it was a slow grind and Southwind Serenity appeared comfortable as she reached three-quarters in 1:24. Witch Dali loomed as a menacing presence from second over as the field turned for home. But when the field straightened up in the stretch and Gingras asked his mare for more, there was no real response. Donttellruss had stalled first over at this point, Witch Dali kicked off cover and Somenicebeach pulled the pocket and was in contention. But behind all that, Empress Deo, hopelessly locked in on the pylons was angled all the way to the outside by Brett Miller and as soon as she saw clear racetrack in front of her, she exploded and stormed past the entire field to win in 1:51.4. Somenicebeach was second and Witch Dali third. The winner was trained by Wayne Givens for Legacy Racing Of Delaware Inc. She returned $30.20 to win. The $25,000 Dash For The "C" Notes for the trotters was contested Friday night at The Meadowlands. The race featured an overwhelming favorite in Rock Of Cashel at 1/2. There was plenty of action throughout the mile with four lead changes between the start and the three-quarter pole. Rock Of Cashel turned for home with the lead, but the field was closing in. Meanwhile, Perfect Picture, a 70-1 longshot was blocked and looking for racing room. Suddenly she found it inside the 1/8th pole and rallied to score a huge upset to kick off the late pick four, a sequence that returned over $24,000 for a $.50 cent ticket. My Muscleman was second and Rock Of Cashel faded to third. The winner was driven by Trace Tetrick for trainer Amber Buter, and owners Oldford Farms LLC and Tyler Buter. The same trainer and owner connections of the Thursday night Dash For The "C" Notes winner, Antigua Hanover. In the 11th race, a nw15000L5 condition event for pacing mares, Shebestingin, the fastest pacing mare of all time made her return to the races. She was taken off the pace, followed cover and rallied to finish second as the 1/2 favorite, defeated by 29-1 longshot, Addy's Way. Trainer Joe Holloway indicate in a pre-race interview that Shebestingin would need to return to the top level or she would likely head to the breeding shed for this breeding season. The brothers' Tetrick combined for four wins on the program, while Yannick Gingras hit a grand slam himself. The fifth race $.20 cent Jackpot Super Hi-5 went unclaimed tonight, resulting in a $12,996.60 carryover into the Saturday program. The last race jackpot also was not hit, and that carryover now stands at $94,175.03. That means there will be well over $100,000 on the line in the last race Jackpot Super Hi-5 on Saturday night. Post Time for the 13-race program, featuring the first round of the Sonsam series is 7:15 P.M. Darin Zoccali Director of Racing Operations New Meadowlands Racetrack LLC

DOVER, Del.--- King Royalty, overlooked at 10-1, won a track-meet dash to the wire to win the $20,000-$25,000 4&5-Year-Old Claiming Allowance at Dover Downs on Tuesday, Feb. 3. On the harness racing under card Jingle Bell Rock continued in the holiday spirit notch his seventh consecutive victory. Corey Callahan collected another four-win performance. With four horses across in a 1:52.4 mile, King Royalty emerged with his first win as a four-year-old in the day's top claiming event. Jim Morand drove the Classic Card Shark - Royal Lady Les gelding owned by Ed Maas, Arlene Paisley and Nanticoke Racing trained by Les Givens. Swift As A Shadow (Callahan) closed with a rush to take second, race favorite Just Bettor (Vic Kirby) edged Bettor And Bold (Trace Tetrick) for third. Currently, Tina Clark's Jingle Bell Rocker is 'king of the claimers' at Dover, racking up his seventh straight triumph. Trace Tetrick has been in the bike for trainer Les Givens in all of his victories. The Rocknroll Hanover - Blissard Of Oz gelding scored a 1:53.3 win in a Delaware $7,500 Male Claiming Allowance with Windmill Shark (Sean Bier) and Clark P Kent (Ross Wolfenden) finishing second and third, respectively. Meet leader, Callahan, scored another four bagger. Wolfenden drove three and Tetrick made the winners circle twice and Les Givens had two training wins. An outstanding $18,000 Open trot headlines Wednesday at Dover Downs featuring Tough Mac, Tirade Hanover and the seasonal debut of Wind Of The North. in a field of eight. TOUGH MAC LEADS TOUGH FIELD IN $18,000 OPEN TROT WEDNESDAY Tough Mac puts a three-race win streak on the line against a tough field of opponents in the $18,000 Open/Handicap trot, Wednesday, Fe. 4 at Dover Downs.  Mike Casalino's Tough Mac was an equally an impressive winner of his last three starts highlighted by a 1:52.4 victory last week with Corey Callahan at the controls with Baximum, owned by Tina Clark and Joe Clark, was a fast finishing second for Allan Davis. Steve Ross, the Solomons and trainer Leigh Raymer's Tirade Hanover and Vic Kirby should benefit from an inside post. Wind Of The North, one of the standouts of late 2014, makes his seasonal debut for owner, trainer, driver Daryl Bier. Rich Lombardo and Howard Taylor's Fitness Craze, a winner of three of his last three races, is in the hands of Tony Morgan. Dontcheatonmenow, recently acquired by Arty Foster, drew the rail with Trace Tetrick in the bike, with Bob Shahan and Don Marine's Six Gun Hall, driven by Ron Pierce, alongside. I'm So Striking with Eddie Dennis, was handicapped from post 8 last start and now moves more inside. Wednesday is trot day at Dover Downs and a strong supporting card is featured. Monday through Thursday post time is 4:30 pm. There is no live racing Fridays and Saturdays. Sunday post time is 5:30 pm. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight. At Dover Downs, 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. ---- Four-time winner Handsoffmycookie returns to the $18,000 Dr. Martin Luther King Mares Open pace on Monday, Jan. 19 at Dover Downs. Post time is 4:30 p.m. In her eight starts this meet, Handsoffmycookie has also been second, third and twice fourth for JFE Enterprises. A $1.3-million career winner, she is conditioned by Scott DiDomenico with Trace Tetrick driving. Last week, Harry von Knoblauch's Scootin For Joy had little trouble scoring a 1:53.4 wire-to-wire win in the female feature. Jeremes Sweetheart, with Vic Kirby driving for Ken Wood, Bill Dittmar and Steve Iaquinta, finished second for the fourth consecutive week. Another mare who had been knocking her last two outings finishing second, CTC Stable and Doug Lewis' Mach A Wish and Corey Callahan, leaves from the outside. Marcus Miller is back in the bike for Erv Miller's Fox Valley Hermia. Van Otterloo Stables' Flick A Fly piloted by Allan Davis steps up from the Winners-Over class while Tim Tetrick's fast McSauna makes her first start in nearly a year with Jim King driving. Monday through Thursday racing begins at 4:30 p.m. Each week, there is no racing on Fridays and Saturdays. Sunday post time is 5:30 p.m. At Dover Downs, 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. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing and during the football season Pick-3 NFL wagering is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight. by Marv Bachrad, for Dover Downs  

DOVER, Del. ---- After an imposing four wins in 2014, the hard-hitting Handsoffmycookie seeks to kick off the New Year in the $18,000 Mares Open Handicap pace. Starting from the outside, she will meet the top female pacer at the track on Monday, Jan. 5.at Dover Downs. Post time is 4:30 p.m. Trace Tetrick drove the JFE Enterprise's Handsoffmycookie from far back to a stunning victory in 1:52.3 in last week's distaff feature. CTCs Stable and Doug Lewis' Mach A Wish, second in last week's Open, has been close in all her recent starts including a five race win streak. Corey Callahan will be in the bike. Dave Banks' Fill My Pockets Up and Eddie Davis Jr. closed strongly to within three-quarters of a length of victory finishing third last time. Harry von Knoblauch's For The Ladies N and Tim Tetrick were the event's favorite last Monday but faded out of the money. In The Red's Kiss Dont Bite had road trouble in the stretch last time after posting a strong come-from-behind win the previous time out. Ervin Miller's Fox Valley Hermia handled by Marcus Miller raced big a week ago and was only a length back at the wire finishing fourth. For the second straight week, Sha Delight with Tony Morgan starts from the rail for owners Bill Lutz, LeBlanc Racing and Count De Money Stable. Atta Boy Bones started off his 2015 campaign in similar fashion to last Sunday'sfeature race win, with an impressive 1;54 triumph on Jan. 4, at Dover Downs. Ron Pierce drives four winners. With Art Stafford Jr. at the controls the McArdle-Santino's Rose four-year-old gelding, owned by Art and trainer Andrew Stafford, romped to   a lifetime fastest victory in a Delaware $10,200 4&5-Year-Old Male pace. Pinerosa (Eddie Davis Jr.) took a big shot at the winner on the backstretch but had to settle for second-place. A Quick Buck (Tony Morgan) secured third. Ron Pierce led all drivers with four wins. Ross Wolfenden and Vic Kirby had two winners each. Monday through Thursday racing begins at 4:30 p.m. Each week, there is no racing on Fridays and Saturdays. Sunday post time is 5:30 p.m. At Dover Downs, 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. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing and during the football season Pick-3 NFL wagering is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight. by Marv Bachrad, for Dover Downs  

ANDERSON, Ind.- The 2014 live racing season at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino, which concluded on Saturday, November 15, produced encouraging gains on many fronts as well as sizeable gains in all-sources handle during the 160-day, all harness racing season. Buoyed by a sensational 27% increase in all-sources handle for the 2013 season, Hoosier Park Racing & Casino continued the positive trend in 2014 to report an all sources handle increase of 6.2% over the previous year's numbers. In a continued effort to provide the highest quality racing experience for racing fans, Hoosier Park Racing & Casino continued its focus on all encompassing marketing efforts, facility enhancements and an increase in overall quality of racing. "We couldn't be more pleased with the results of the 2014 racing season," Hoosier Park's Vice President and General Manager of Racing, Rick Moore noted. "The positive trend in handle that we experienced during the 2013 season carried over into 2014. Beyond handle, the competition on the race track continues to get even more spirited. Together, we are buoyed by the reception we have received throughout the simulcast market and look forward to building on these successes when we open the 2015 season in late March." For the first time in its 21year history, Hoosier Park Racing & Casino expanded its viewing public to include Australia in June of 2014. Through a partnership between Hoosier Park and the Australian racing broadcaster, Sky Racing, Hoosier Park harness racing became a regular morning feature on Thursday, Friday and Sunday on Sky Racing2 between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. Australian time. Hoosier Park's signature race, the $250,000 Dan Patch Invitational pace, saw marked success while placing the national spotlight on Hoosier Park, as the best in the sport of harness racing took to the racetrack on Friday, August 8. Excitement pervaded throughout the grandstand as an enthusiastic crowd watched Sweet Lou, driven by Ron Pierce, pace the fastest mile in Hoosier Park history with a 1:47.2 score in the 21st edition of the Dan Patch Invitational. The previous track record of 1:48.1, a mark that stood for four years, was established by Shark Gesture and George Brennan in the 2010 Dan Patch Invitational. On the wagering front, the Dan Patch card offered remarkable value to horseplayers with the continuation of a $25,000 Guaranteed Superfecta on the Dan Patch Invitational race. The bettors came out in full force to watch the harness racing superstars compete at Hoosier Park as the handle increases were felt both on track and through export wagering and produced the biggest handle night of the season. The total handle for the night was up 25% over the previous year's numbers. Hoosier Park hosted Grand Circuit racing action four different times this season and welcomed the top-rated horses in North America to compete in races like the $275,000 Hoosier Park Pacing Derby, the $230,000 Carl Erskine, the $250,000 Monument Circle, the $193,000 Nadia Lobell and the $211,500 Hoosier Park Pacing Derby. Trace Tetrick led all forces on the track and took home the 2014 leading driver title with 289 victories and accumulated over $3.6 million in purse earnings throughout the season. Tetrick, who led the driver standings from start to finish, earned his third leading driver title at Hoosier Park in 2014. Tetrick also earned a spot in Hoosier Park's record books as he re-established the record for most wins in one season, a record that was previously held by Tony Morgan during the 1998 season with 262 victories. Ron Burke, who took home Hoosier Park's top training honors in 2013, was officially recognized as the 2014 leading trainer of the season at Hoosier Park. The Burke barn had an impressive 111 trips to the winner's circle and amassed over $2.6 million in purse earnings throughout the 160-day season. The Walter Haynes Jr. Stable finished second in the leading trainer standings with 80 trips to the Hoosier Park winner's circle this  Also new to the 2014 season, Hoosier Park Racing & Casino unveiled a driver challenge like never seen before in the sport of harness racing. The 2014 Champion Driver Series pitted the top-ten drivers at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino against one another in a five-race challenge not once, but twice, throughout the season with the champion driver driving away in a 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. It was Lewayne Miller who not only took home the $5,000 first place prize in the opening round of the series, but was crowned the ultimate champion after winning the second round of the series and drove away in a 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. Weekends during the meet encouraged fans to enjoy live racing and numerous entertainment opportunities throughout the venue. Each weekend was highlighted by 'Fan-tastic Fridays,' live racing action that featured $1 customer specials including beer, hot dogs, wagers, and racing programs. Saturdays at the track, designated as 'Family Fun Days,' featured live entertainment, kid-friendly outdoor games and activities, winner's circle giveaways, and dining specials. Hoosier Park Racing & Casino continued the annual summer concert series in 2014 and welcomed a series of national headlining acts to the outdoor music center. In conjunction with the racing action on the track, fans enjoyed Grammy-Award winners, Billboard chart toppers and thrilling entertainers throughout the summer. "We would like to thank all the horsemen and racing fans that contributed to the successful 2014 season at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino," Moore continued. "Their support, along with the hard work and dedication from the entire Hoosier Park team, made for a tremendous season and we are already looking forward to next season." The 22nd season of live harness racing at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino is set to get underway on March 27, 2015. Live racing at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will follow a Friday, Saturday schedule the opening week, a Thursday, Friday, Saturday schedule the second week and then resume a Tuesday through Saturday schedule throughout the remainder of the meet. With a daily post time of 5:15 p.m. each night, the live racing season will be conducted through November 14, 2015. by Emily Gaskin, for Hoosier Park

Louisville, KY --- From Oct. 10 to Oct. 18, heading into the night of the Indiana Sire Stakes Championships, Matt Rheinheimer and Jackie Porter were darn lucky they didn’t have to seek professional help. “Everyone kept asking me if I had heard from Matt and if she was okay,” said Porter, who has owned horses for more than two decades. “I kept telling them I didn’t want to hear from him. On the morning of the race I almost thought I would have to have someone drive me to Hoosier Park. And then when I got there Matt was so concerned about her. He would be working on his other horses and always go check on her. She was like, ‘Why do you keep putting your hand in here? Really? You are bothering me.’” The she Porter is referring to is his 2-year-old Indiana champion Churita. The daughter of Airzoom Lindy and the Yankee Paco mare Stonebridge Volare compiled a record of 10-8-1-1, earned $263,225 and established her lifetime mark of 1:56s in her 11-1/4 length romp in the $220,000 Indiana Sire Stakes Championship for her age, gait and gender on Oct. 18 at Hoosier Park. That facility’s leading driver for the 2014 meet and her regular pilot, Trace Tetrick, held the lines. Churita was not even on Rheinheimer or Porter’s list when they selected yearlings. Porter became addicted to racing through a co-worker that brought him to the track and then was introduced to the barns shortly thereafter through a colleague of his brother's. He started hauling water buckets, mucking stalls and walking horses. It was official. He had the bug. “I’ve never had anything like her,” he said. “I always had cheap claimers and fair horses. I love the fairs. You can take the kids right up to see the horses and the atmosphere is great. I’ve always had horses for fun and that kind of experience, but I guess you could say lightning struck with this filly. “The other horses we were looking at went for over $20,000 and I couldn’t spend that much. Even if I did, then it would put pressure on Matt, who has been training for me for five or six years, to make them a good horse and sometimes they just aren’t. I’m not in the business for that. “She is the first horse I’ve ever had in a sire stakes race like that. And that was not the plan for her because right after we bought her, Matt came back to me and said, ‘I have bad news. She is not eligible for the fairs.’ So there really was luck involved when it came to her. We weren’t planning on the Indiana sire stakes for her.” After the other horses Rheinheimer and Porter had their eye on went to other purchasers, Paul Webb from Ivy Lane Farm notified Rheinheimer regarding Churita’s availability. “She had only been at the farm for three weeks,” he said. “She was a short, fat, little thing but had plenty of room to grow. I knew if she had some grain and some tender loving care, she could be brought along. I never thought she would do this at two though. I was thinking she could be competitive in overnights when she was three.” Churita was not impressive training down and always had to jog with other horses because she would stop at the half. She just wanted to go back to the barn and her comfort zone, so Rheinheimer debated about turning her out, biding his time for a sophomore campaign. He figured he would toss her in a qualifier and she would tell him. “She broke,” he said. “And that’s when I found out she popped a splint. I took care of that and when she was like that in the second qualifier, well, that’s when I hunted Trace down.” With Tetrick at the lines, the only time this lass has not posed for a photograph was a second placed third finish for breaking in the stretch in an Indiana Sire Stakes final on July 23. As Churita’s season progressed, so did she. The filly only became stronger and more businesslike with each mile. The girl was transitioning to a woman. “She just transformed from an easygoing horse into a professional,” Rheinheimer said. “Once she started picking up how to race and she started liking it, she started to get sassy after her last couple starts. “She has always been very nice to be around. In her last start she ran the girls out of the paddock because she was in the test barn too long. She knew what she had to do but she was ready to go back to her stall. She was aggravated.” And then there was the growth spurt. “I only was able to see her race three or four times,” Porter said. “There was one point I had not seen her for five weeks and when I went back to visit, I wasn’t sure it was her. The only way I recognized her was she was next to Matt’s other horse, so it had to be her. I couldn’t believe she was the same horse.” Currently, Churita is enjoying an extended vacation and will return to training around the first of the New Year. “We haven’t really talked about what will happen next year,” Rheinheimer said. “We are still enjoying and letting it sink in what she did in this one. We talked about staking her outside of Indiana. Everyone always wants to race in other places, but Indiana is a good place to be. “We’ll see how she comes back, but I’ll tell you I was just as nervous her first start as I was her last. I have had a lot of horses that showed promise and had year after year of being let down. You think something is good and then it doesn’t turn out that way. “She was just an ordinary horse. I never thought she would do this. So I was walking on pins and needles all year thinking something was going to go wrong. When it doesn’t you sit back and breathe a sigh of relief. I’ve chased a lot of horses, but it’s not any easier on the other end when everyone is chasing you.” by Kimberly French, USTA Web Newsroom Senior Correspondent   

DOVER, Del. --- Totally Rusty and Purrfect Bags remained unbeaten and Gigi Deo won for the first time in Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) 2nd leg preliminaries while Handsoffmycookie scored impressively to win the $18,000 Mares Open pace on Monday, Dec. 1 at Dover Downs. Allan Davis drove four winners. The favorites reined supreme in the final prelims leading to next Monday's $100,000 DSBF final. Totally Rusty was an overwhelming favorite in the first division carving out an easy 1:54 victory, her seventh in eight career races for breeder-owner Carter Racing Stable. Corey Callahan was in the bike for trainer Doug Lewis in the wire-to-wire conquest. Fly Me Courageous (George Dennis) was a distant second with Miss Ruby S (Ben Stafford Jr.), the show horse. Totally Rusty is the sole offspring of her sire Rusty's For Real from the Badlands Hanover dam, Rusty's Joy. She has now won $79,250 this season. Purrfect Bags remained a perfect seven-for-seven romping home in 1:53.2 to win the second $20,000 division. Vic Kirby drove the Jim King trainee owned by his wife, Joann King. A daughter of Delaware's leading pacing stallion, Roddy's Bags Again-Purrfectly Bad, Purrfect Bags now has won $101,750 in her first year of racing. Western Sunshine (Tony Morgan) was runner-up. Riggins Route (Callahan) finished third. Gigi Deo won her first $20,000 DSBF prelim after a close second last week. Ross Wolfenden guided the Riggins-See And B Seen filly to a lifetime best 1:53 victory, her fourth, with three seconds and a third in eight lifetime races. J&T Silva, C&G Racing stables and Deo Volente Farms own the winner of $93,300 this campaign. Aaron Lambert is her trainer. Spin Vision (Callahan) and Brian's Thunder (Jim Morand) were second and third respectively. The top eight-point getters after two weeks of prelims race in next Monday's $100,000 DSBF final. JFE Enterprise's Handsoffmycookie returned to the winner's circle in the $18,000 Mares Open pace with her sixth win of the year. Trace Tetrick was at the controls as the Art Major-Observe Me five-year-old now adds another $88,410 to her career earnings reaching $1,317,082. Monochromatic (Callahan) and race favorite Kiss Dont Bite (Kirby) took shots at the winner with no avail before finishing second and third. Allan Davis had a four-bagger while Ross Wolfenden drove two winners moving with one victory of 6,000 lifetime wins. Also collecting doubles were Corey Callahan, Trace Tetrick and Vic Kirby. Trainers Doug Lewis, Dave McCaffery and Wayne Givens haltered two winners each while Legacy Racing Of Delaware was an owner double. A $20,000- $25,000 Claiming Handicap pace tops the Tuesday, Dec. 2 program. Monday through Thursday post time is 4:30 p.m. There is no live racing Friday and Saturday. Sunday racing resumes at 5:30 p.m. by Marv Bachrad, for Dover Downs

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