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HARRINGTON, Del. - Janet Hudson's Just a Jolt with harness racing driver Victor Kirby in the sulky notched his 25th career win Monday in the featured $16,000 Open at Harrington Raceway in 1:52. The 5-year-old Village Jolt gelding yielded early to pacesetter and last week's winner, Dancin Yankee, who led most of the way until Just A Jolt found room in the stretch and surged by for his fifth win of the year. Elite Awards finished third. Just A Jolt has banked more than $91,000 already in 2015, after a $223,885 season in 2014. KDK Standardbreds, Kathleen Mofield and John Dickens' Race Me Villa ($5.20, Montrell Teague) notched his sixth win of the season in 1:52.4 in a $11,000 conditioned event. A blazing 26.4 second last quarter gave the 5-year-old Village Jolt gelding an easy win over Bobbies Powerplay and Son of a Sizzle, who was previously undefeated in three 2015 starts. Allan Davis had three wins on the program. Montrell Teague and Jim Morand each had a driving double. Matthew Sparacino  

Keith Pippi's Traverse Seelster ($3, Ross Wolfenden) was an impressive 1:55 winner in the $16,000 Open Trot at the harness racing meeting at Harrington Raceway Wednesday. Traverse Seelster seized control early from Spunky Jack in an opening quarter in 28.2 seconds. Traverse Seelster then led the field of five to a half-mile in 58 seconds and three-quarters in 1:27.1. The venerable 7-year-old Angus Hall gelding then drew off effortlessly in the stretch for a dominating score over Spunky Jack. Powerful Charger closed late for third. Trained by Josh Green, it was the first win in four 2015 starts for Traverse Seelster, who added to his healthy lifetime bankroll of nearly $640,000. The all aged track record holder for trotters, Traverse Seelster had been second in his previous three starts. Victor Kirby had four wins on the program. Allan Davis, Tony Morgan and Ross Wolfenden each had two wins. Matt Sparacino

HARRINGTON, Del. - A field of six talented trotters with 125 career combined lifetime wins lined up behind the starting gate in Harrington Raceway's $16,000 featured Open Trot Wednesday. When the dust settled it was Jim King Jr., and Tim Tetrick's Powerful Charger ($10.40, Victor Kirby) earning his second straight win in 1:54.3 over Traverse Seelster and Wingus. Powerful Charger received a second over trip behind Traverse Seelster, who catapulted to the front over a tiring Pocket Trip. 'Charger' then assumed pocket position and surged by Traverse Seelster late for his fifth win of the year. Allan Davis had three wins on the program. Crissman Inc.'s trotter Dash for the Cash ($3.40, Tony Morgan) improved to 2-for-2 for his new barn (trainer Tim Crissman) with a 1:56.3 win. Ross Wolfenden had a driving double. Matthew Sparacino    

HARRINGTON, Del. - Janet Hudson's Just A Jolt ($2.60, Victor Kirby) notched his second straight win Monday at Harrington Raceway in the featured $16,000 Open Handicap for harness racing pacers in 1:51.2. The 5-year-old Village Jolt gelding successfully mounted his attack second over after leader Elite Awards blazed through fractions of 26.1, 54.3 and 1:22.4. 'Jolt' gathered momentum on the outside following Believe This Bob and surged in the final sixteenth of a mile to hit the wire first. Summer Camp, who sat second behind the pacesetter, closed ground late for second, while Believe This Bob finished third. Elite Awards faded to fourth. It was the 24th career win for Just A Jolt, who is trained by Jim King Jr. Kirby had three winners on the program. Tony Morgan also recorded a hat trick, including both halves of the daily double with Bobbies Powerplay ($7.60) and Bold and Brave ($2.80). Matthew Sparacino

HARRINGTON, Del. - The James King Jr. stable was triumphant in its second harness racing feature of the week at Harrington Raceway as Powerful Charger ($10.60, Victor Kirby) bested a field of five rivals Wednesday in the featured $16,000 Open Trot in 1:55. The 7-year-old gelding sired by Powerful Emotion wore down pacesetter Traverse Seelster in deep stretch for the narrow win. Spunky Jack, who was second throughout most of the mile, held on for third. Last week's winner, I Like My Boss, finished fifth. Owned by King Jr., and Tim Tetrick, Powerful Charger notched his fourth win of the season as his seasonal earnings inched closer to $50,000 for trainer and co-owner King Jr., who also prevailed in Monday's featured race, the $16,000 Open pace with Just A Jolt. Trainer Tim Crissman had two winners on the program, both driven by Anthony Morgan. Tim Torbert also had a training double. Allan Davis and Victor Kirby each had a driving double. Matthew Sparacino    

HARRINGTON, Del. - Janet Hudson's Just A Jolt ($3) was one of five harness racing winners driven by Victor Kirby as the pacer notched his 23rd career win Monday in the $16,000 Open Pace at Harrington Raceway in 1:51.4. The Jim King Jr-trainee left from post position three and never relinquished the lead upon assuming command approaching the opening quarter mile and held pocket sitting Believe This Bob safe throughout. Jebswesternshake was third. A 5-year-old Village Jolt gelding, Just A Jolt earned his third win of the season. Karen Walls' Elite Awards ($5, George Dennis) captured the $12,500 Open II with a 1:54 front-end score for trainer Ed Walls. The 4-year-old Powerful Toy gelding earned his third win of the season and padded his lifetime bankroll of nearly $250,000. Kirby and King teamed up again when Thomas Kemp's Fire In the Belly ($6) made a backside charge to clear the leader and draw clear by open lengths in the fourth race in 1:51.3. The 4-year-old Real Artist gelding notched his 11th career win for conditioner King. Kirby also piloted People Are Crazy ($3.80) to victory for owners Robin and Jay Breasure in 1:53 in the eighth race, a $10,000 conditioned event for pacers. Kirby notched the grand slam with Harvey Eisman's Touchdown Mindale ($4) in the 12th after a 1:53.4 score and reached the fifth with his own In The Clear ($5.20) in 1:55.2 in the program finale. Tony Morgan had three winners on the program. Matthew Sparacino  

DOVER, Del.--- Sonofa Sizzle edged Smoking Joey to win the $100,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) Three-Year-Old Filly pace event-record breaking time of 1:50.2 while Just A Jolt put on a wire-to-wire 1:49.2 performance in the $32,500 Preferred/Handicap on closing day of the 46th Dover Downs season, Thursday, April 9. Corey Callahan rushed Smokin Joey away from the starting gate to beat KJ Ben (Art Stafford Jr.) to the front with race favorite Sonofa Sizzle and Vic Kirby getting away third. When the field reached the half in :54.1, Kirby sent Sonofa Sizzle up on the outside and initiated a two-horse battle for the lead. In the lane, Sonofa Sizzle edged to the front and to victory in 1:50.2, the fastest time recorded by a Delaware-sired sophomore in DSBF competition. Smoking Joey was a game second in front of Byby Landon and Tim Tetrick. Floridian Mike White owns the Life Sizzles-JK Lady Like colt who pedigree shows relationship to 2014 Harness Horse of the Year JK She'salady. Josh Green trained the three-year-old who now is undefeated in three starts this year and whose record shows seven wins in 13 races with three seconds and a third. He has now banded $70,000 this year and $185,516 in his short two-season career. Trainer Shawn Hanley's Bobby The Greek, in only his second lifetime start, racked up a 1:52 mile to win the $20,000 DSBF consolation. The Artzina-Anastasia Hanover gelding was followed by Da Chief (Jonathan Roberts) second, and Quick Art (Jim Morand), third. Just A Jolt, an ultra-consistent five-year-old gelding conditioned by Jim King, by Village Jolt-Just Wait Kate. and owned by Janet Hudson, was all front speed in a lifetime best 1:49.2 score in the $32,500 Preferred/Handicap pace. Vic Kirby took Just A Jolt right to the front in a speedy :26 seconds and then was in control the rest of the mile, pacing the last panel in :26.4 to ensure his second win of the year in 11 races with four seconds and two thirds. Bandolito came from last in the six-horse field and came on strongly but could not overcome Just A Jolt's advantage in deep stretch. Jebswesternshark was third for George Dennis. Earlier in the program, Bandolito was presented the Horse Of The Meet plaque choses by Delaware Valley Chapter U.S. Harness Writers Association. Corey Callahan with 284 winners was Leading Driver for the sixth consecutive campaign and Dylan Davis won the Leading Trainer award for the second-straight meet. Elite Awards became the second Delaware sired winner scoring a 1:50.4 victory at 22-1 reined by Eddie Davis Jr., to win an $18,500 4&5 Open. Karen Walls owns the Powerful Toy-Silk Slop four-year-old gelding who won for 17th time in his career. Fire In The Belly (Kirby) closed strongly for second with race-favorite Sir Richard Z Tam (Tetrick) third. In the other $18,500 4&5-Year-Old Open/Handicap, Dan Keeler's Mister Truth, trained by Vic Keeler, won for the third week in-a-row as Tony Morgan got the four-year-old altered son of Total Truth-Miss AJ Ponda. to victory in 1:52. Scalped (Montrell Teague) was runner-up in front of Major Bucks (Toby Lynch) in a tight three- horse photo. Little Ben and Eddie Davis Jr. turned in a lifetime fastest 1:51.2 effort to win the first of two $17,500 Winners-Over paces for young male horses to give trainer Jim King the first of two wins. The Jereme's Jet-Honey's Bud Light gelding held of Getitoffyourchest (Jonathan Roberts) and Flirtnwithdisaster (Ross Wolfenden), second and third respectively. The other $17,500 division went to another longshot, 20-1 Panic Disorder handled by Allan Davis. Steve and trainer Sheila Daugherty own the Western Terror-Jate's Joy gelding. One Stop Deal (Callahan) was next with Star Messenger (Tetrick) third. Believe This Bob closed strongly to insure a 1:51 victory in a $16,500 Male Winners-Over pace. Owned by Mary Ann Larrimore and conditioned by Joe Skowyra, the Beach Romeo-Believe This Gal homebred recorded his third win of the year. Feel Like A Fool (Callahan) was second for the third straight start. Nova Artist (Allan Davis) came on for third. Apollo Seelster, driven and trained by meet leaders Corey Callahan and Dylan Davis, scored another lifetime best 1:51 triumph in another $15,000 event for young male horses. The Camluck-April Three gelding won for the fourth straight time catching New Patrol (George Dennis) in the final strides. Giant Slayer (Tetrick) finished third. The second race of the day, a $20,000-$25,000 Claiming Handicap resulted in a stunning 1:50.3 victory by J&M Racing's Tauranga (Roberts), a No Pan Intended-Thereal Ideal gelding. Guns An Roses (Allan Davis) was second in front of Arsenal (Kirby). Corey Callahan, Allan Davis, Eddie Davis Jr. and Vic Kirby had doubles. There is no charge for admission or for parking at Dover Downs. Harness and Thoroughbred Simulcasting opens daily at 12 Noon until 12 Midnight at Dover Downs Race and Sports Book in the Colonnade. There is no charge for parking or admission at Dover Downs. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del.--- Wins by Sonofa Sizzle, Roddy's Hot Again and KJ Ben completed 2nd leg of the harness racing Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) $20,000 preliminaries while Bandolito had just enough to win the $28,500 Delaware Special/Handicap again on Thursday, April 2 at Dover Downs. Vic Kirby picked up where he left off Wednesday driving Sonofa Sizzle to a tight 1:51.2 victory in the first of three DSBF prelims. The Mike White-owned Life Sizzles-JK Lady Like colt edged Smoking Joey (Corey Callahan) in a stretch battle for his second straight win this year and sixth in 12 outings lifetime while earning $135,516 in purses. Seeboomook Katahdin (Allan Davis) was third. Roddy's Hot Again registered a lifetime best 1:52.4 triumph in the second DSBF prelim. Trainer-driver George Dennis and his wife Tina along with ASJ W Stable own the Roddy's Bags Again-Step Lively gelding, a career win 5 while banking $91,091. Byby Landon (Tony Morgan) was second with Bobby The Greek (Tony Morgan) finishing third in his first lifetime start. KJ Ben and Tim Tetrick made the winner's circle in the third $20,000 event notching a 1:54 victory. Cams Director (Callahan) and Rigged To Go (Jonathan Roberts were second and third respectively. Scott Woogen bred and owns KJ Ben, a Riggins-Winsmith Karen gelding, who won for the sixth time in 11 starts and $91,783 earnings. The top eight point-getters return in the male pace prelims return next Thursday for a $100,000 final. For the second consecutive week Bandolito scored a wire-to-wire victory in the $28,500 Delaware Special/Handicap, this time in 1:50 flat. The battle down the lane was exceptional with owner, trainer, driver Daryl Bier and Bandolito holding a long nose lead at the wire. Jebswesternshake (Dennis) roared down the passing lane to edge strong finishing Just A Jolt (Kirby) for second money. The triumph was the fourth this season with two seconds in 11 opportunities. Lifetime, the Ponder-Sody's Home Brew five-year-old won for the 18th time raising his bankroll to $333,935. Four Staces, owned by Mike Casalino and trainer Dylan Davis, was at the top of his game scoring a 1:50.3 conquest in the $17,000 475-Year-Old Open/Handicap pace. The win was one of four for meet leader Corey Callahan driver of the Rocknroll Hanover-Miss Stacee gelding who won for the fourth time this year while in the money in all eight starts. He has won $41,135 in 2015 and $103,174 lifetime. A 26-1 shot Cabbie's Delight (Jim Morand) got up for second in front of 30-1 Major Bucks (Toby Lynch Jr.). Vic Keeler's Mister Truth, handled by Tony Morgan, got up in the stretch to catch Bobbies Power Play (Kirby) for a 1:51.4 victory, his second in-a-row. Al altered son of Total Truth-Miss Aj Ponda, Mister Truth won his fifth in 11 races this campaign and now has $93,764 in his career. Little Ben (Tetrick) was the show horse. Corey Callahan and Kirby had four wins each. Tim Tetrick, Tony Morgan and trainer Dylan Davis had doubles. The battle for leading trainer comes down to the final week with defending champion Dylan Davis at 61 and runner-up, Doug Lewis with 58 winners. No live racing Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Next week is the last four days of the 2014-2015 Dover Downs season featuring a $100,000 DSBF Final every day. Monday through Thursday post time is 4:30 p.m. Thursday, April 9, closing day, will offer a 'two-for-one' special in the Winners Circle Restaurant. There is no charge for admission or for parking at Dover Downs. Harness and Thoroughbred Simulcasting opens daily at 12 Noon until 12 Midnight at Dover Downs Race and Sports Book in the Colonnade. There is no charge for parking or admission at Dover Downs. Marv Bachrad  

DOVER, Del.--- A trio of favorites - Totally Rusty, Spin Vision and Purrfect Bags - dominated $20,000 2nd leg Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) preliminaries while Wind Of The North held on to win the $20,000 Open/Handicap trot on April1 at Dover Downs. Red hot harness racing driver Vic Kirby had five wins. It was no contest in the first DSBF prelim as Totally Rusty won for fun in 1:52.1 with Corey Callahan holding the lines for trainer Doug Lewis for breeder-owner Carter Racing Stable. The win was the 10th in 11 lifetime races for the chestnut homebred daughter of Rusty's For Real-Rusty's Joy, now a winner of $149,250 lifetime. Seeboomook Princess (Ross Wolfenden) closed well to nip Brian's Thunder (Jim Morand) for place money. Allan Davis guided Leigh Louthan's homebred Spin Vision to victory in the second division, her sixth win this season in eight starts. Overall, the brown No Spin Zone-David's Art filly has won nine times with four seconds in 19 starts banking $87,480 for the breeder, owner, trainer. Cedar Hall Heiress (George Dennis) and 17-1 Nella's Bus (Vince Copeland) were second and third respectively. Purrfect Bags remained near-perfect as Vic Kirby piloted the Jim King-conditioned Roddy's Bags Again-Purrfectly Bad daughter to her ninth career win in 10 starts while earning $146,750 for owner JoAnn King. Gigi Deo (Wolfenden), a winner last week, had to settle for second. Love Forbidden (Callahan) was a strong third. The top eight point-getters after the two rounds of DSBF prelims return next Wednesday for a $100,000 final. Wind Of The North a late Fall purchase by Daryl Bier, made the winner's circle for the first time this year turning in an impressive 1:52.3 triumph in the $20,000 Open/Handicap trot. The five-year-old altered son of Cantab Hall-Talk To The Wind, owned by trainer-driver Bier and Joann Dombeck, cut out the entire mile leading the quarter in :27.1 and trotting home in :27.2 to withstand a tremendous homestretch duel with runner-up Tough Mac (Callahan) who was a head back in second. Prayer Session (Jonathan Roberts) was the third horse home. Baximum was scratched. Vic Kirby, the track's third leading dash-win driver, who had three wins Tuesday, finished the day with five more. Corey Callahan won three while Allan Davis had a double. The battle for leading trainer has come down to a difference of two with defending champion Dylan Davis at 59 and with two winners Wednesday, Doug Lewis is at 57. THREE $20,000 DSBF COLT PRELIMS; $28,500 DEL. SPECIAL THURSDAY The Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) 2ND leg prelims come to an end with a trio of three-year-old divisions, plus a $28,500 Delaware Special/Handicap top the Thursday, April 2 program at Dover Downs. Post time is 4:30 p.m. In the first $20,000 DSBF division, Mike White's Son Of A Sizzle, piloted by Vic Kirby, and Howard Taylor's Smoking Joey, reined by Corey Callahan, both winners last week, meet head-on. wins and the $100,000 DSBF Final last December, heads one of two divisions. ), Garnet O'Marrow's Seboomook Katahdin, and Allan Davis, drew the rail. Dashboard, with Ross Wolfenden driving for JoAnn King and Maria Ringler, and Da Chief and Tim Tetrick are the other contestants. David Hamm's homebred Byby Landon (Tetrick) leaves from the rail in the second DSBF prelim. Art Season (Allan Davis), owned by Sharon White, Nanticoke Racing and Legacy Racing; driver George and Tina Dennis and ASK W Stable's Roddy's Hot Again head the opposition. Kerry King's Just By A Length (Jason Thomson), Roger Hammer's Rustlercafe (Callahan) and first time starter Shawn Hanley's Bobby The Greek (Wolfenden) are the other challengers. Scott Woogen's KJ Ben (Tetrick), Kovach Stable, Tina and Joe Clark's Cams Director (Callahan) and Don Marine's Rigged To Go (Jonathan Roberts) lead six to post in the third $20,000 DSBF division. Winbak Farms' Shifting Seasons (Vince Copeland) drew the rail, Henry Faragalli III, T.P.Johnson and Nanticoke Racing's Quick Art (Jim Morand) leaves from the outside. Mammes, Kierman, Gugliucci and Cohen's Wheel Tapper (George Dennis) are outside threats. Bandolito and Jebswesternshark, both sub-150 winners last Thursday, lead a field of nine in the $28,500 Delaware Special/Handicap. Daryl Bier, who owns, trains and drives Bandolito, scored a scorching 1:48.1 win last week, one-fifth of a second from his own track record set last year. Frank Chick's Jebswesternshark and George Dennis was a wire-to-wire 1:49.1 victor, one race later. Eddie and Kathy Davis' Nova Artist (Allan Davis) got back in the winner's column while Just A Jolt (Vic Kirby) finished a strong second but gets post 8 once more. As usual, there is a strong supporting card. Monday through Thursday post time is 4:30 p.m. There is no live racing Fridays and Saturdays. Sunday post time is 5:30 p.m. Harness and Thoroughbred Simulcasting opens daily at 12 Noon until 12 Midnight at Dover Downs Race and Sports Book in the Colonnade. There is no charge for parking or admission at Dover Downs. Marv Bachrad  

DOVER, Del. ---- Just A Jolt won the $26,000 Delaware Special/Handicap for the first time this meet on Thursday, March 12 at Dover Downs. Harness racing trainer Dylan Davis moved back into first place in the trainer standings with four wins. After being favorite in the week's top pace the of the last five starts, Just A Jolt, a 5-2 favorite again, paid off with an impressive 1:51.1 victory beating a field of nine in the feature race. Vic Kirby blasted Just A Jolt away from post 6 to get the lead and the final result was never in doubt sealed by a :27.1 final panel. It was the five-year-old gelding by Village Jolt-Just Wait Kate fifth seventh start of 2015 and first win to go with three seconds for trainer Jim King and owner Janet Hudson. The 'Pacer of the Season' at Harrington Raceway last year won for the 21st time in his career bringing his lifetime earnings to $$317,607. Full Of Sand with Jonathan Roberts was second. Mustang Art (Art Stafford Jr.) took third. One race later Adventure Bound went even faster. The Camluck - Unchained Speed gelding, overlooked at 6-1, cut out all the fractions in a 1:50.3 mile for Art Stafford Jr. Ken Wood, Bill Dittmar and Steve Iaquinta own the Eric Ell-conditioned seven-year-old. The win was Adventure Bound's second of year, to go with three seconds and a third in eight starts earning$27,335 this year and $452,174 lifetime after 26 wins. People Are Crazy (Kirby) dash down the passing lane for second money with Nova Artist (Allan Davis) third. Tim Tetrick drove his third winner, Contraband Hanover, to a 1:52 triumph in one of two $16,000 4&5-Year-Old Open paces giving owner Tom Lazzaro a double and trainer Dylan Davis his fourth win on the card. Framed Art (Stafford Jr.) was next while Go Big Spinder (Corey Callahan) was the show finisher. For Contraband Hanover, a Somebeachsomewhere-Castaway Hanover gelding, it was a fourth win in five 2015 starts. He has banked $34,400 this year. The other, an Open/Handicap was an impressive victory, also in 1:52 turned in by Sweet Rock, driven by Allan Davis for Reg Hazzard, G.P.Callahan and Legacy Racing, one of two training wins for Wayne Givens. Sweet Rock, a Rocknroll Hanover-Penny For Nickel gelding, won for the third consecutive start Troy and Todd Tribbett's Ziggy Sky, a Stonebridge Real-Bubeleh gelding, was an 8-1 winner in one of two $14,000 Male 4&5-Year-Old Winners-Over races. Allan Davis picked up his third win of the night. In The Clear (Kirby) was a tight second. Little Ben (Trace Tetrick) was third. Tim Tetrick and Allan Davis won three races each. Eddie Davis Jr. had a double while trainer Dylan Davis haltered four winners and won two as an owner and Tom Lazzaro also won two as an owner. Friday and Saturday are "dark" days. This Sunday, March 15 is the last Sunday card of the season with post time at 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday racing starts at 4:30 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

DOVER, Del.--- Odds On Alpha beats the harness racing odds-on-favorite McArma to win her third straight in $14,000 4&5-Year-Old Mares Winners-Over pace, Monday, Feb. 9 at Dover Downs. Vic Kirby left quickly from post 8 with Odds On Alpha. After taking the lead the Somebeachsomewhere - Odds On Arttoheart five-year-old set all the fractions on the way to her third consecutive triumph. Ross Wolfenden pulled race-favorite McArma out of fourth and began his challenge as the field turned for home. McArma moved up as close as half-a-length but Odds On Alpha was not to be beaten. Megan Rogers Racing owns the winner, trained by Nick Surick, who is now three-for-four in 2015 with a third. McArma was second with Romanascape (Jim Morand) getting up for third. Seawind Ginger led off the card with a 1:54.2 triumph in another $14,000 pace for young mares. Brit Evans and Foulk Stables own the four-year-old daughter of Mach Three - Seawind Gabriella. Annabeth (George Dennis) and Rachelle's Beat (Ron Pierce) finished second and third respectively. Velocity Sonja also recorded her third consecutive win and sixth in her last seven outings, turning in a 1:53.2 score in a $13,000 34&5-Year-Old Mares pace. Megan Deering owns the Art's Chip - Trelise Hanover four-year-old trained by Dylan Davis. Fashion Showdown (Callahan) was second best. Hidden Land (Roger Plante) finished third. The win was the second for driver Allan Davis. John McGill's Star Keeper and Alexachase put a head-to-head stretch battle in an $11,500 female pace with Corey Callahan and Star Keeper, also conditioned by Surick, holding on for a 1:55 victory. Alexachase (Ron Pierce) was a close second with Taylor Rei (Montrell Teague) getting third money. Callahan added four more wins to his meet leading total. Pierce, Kirby, George Dennis and trainer Surick had two wins each. JUST BETTOR LEADS NINE IN DOVER $20,000-$25,000 CLAIMER For the first time, after four straight starts from post 8 in 2015, Just Bettor drew post 6 in the $20,000-$25,000 4&5-Year-Old Claiming Handicap pace, Tuesday Feb. 10 at Dover Downs. Post time is 4:30 p.m. Ken Wood, Bill Ditmar and Steve Iaquinta own Just Bettor, trained by Eric Ell. Last week, the five-year-old, driven by Vic Kirby, led until the final steps of a 1:52.4 mile but had to settle for a third-place finish missing by a neck. In the blanket finish. Wade Wyatt’s Swift As A Shadow, was second by a nose; Jonathan Roberts will drive, and Bettor And Bold, owned by Tim Tetrick and CR Racing was a neck back in fourth. The rest of the field includes Allan Davis driving Reg Hazzard and Legacy Racing’s UF Dragons Cruiser, Harvey Eisman’s Touchdown Mindale, with Corey Callahan, Middle Aged Crazy, racing for O’Tool, McCaffrey and the Somones, handled by Ross Wolfenden. Jim Jacobs’ Button Fly is in the hands of Jason Lynch,  Wayne King’s LA Camcharger piloted by Tony Morgan and LA Express Stables’ Brees Creek and George Dennis. 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.--- Just Bettor, second from post 8 in three of his previous four races, finally made the harness racing winner's circle in the $20,000-$25,000 Claiming Handicap on Tuesday, Jan. 27, at Dover Downs. Second by a neck last time, by a head the race before, Just Bettor won the battle to the finish line in 1:53.4 to win the top claiming event of the week, for his 14th lifetime win and $164,086 career earnings. King Royalty (Jim Morand) paced strongly on the outside to challenge on the backstretch and continued on to finish a close-up second. Bettor And Bold (Trace Tetrick) came on to take third money. Ken Wood and Minisink Farms own the Bettor's Delight-Just Great gelding who has not missed a check in his last seven outings. The win was the first of two for driver Vic Kirby. Eddie Davis Jr. had the longshot winner of the day driving David Hamm's 43-1 shot Lengthoftime home in 1:54.3 to win a Delaware $4,700 Male pace. Earlier he piloted J&M Racing's Jaipur to victory in 1:54.4 to take a $5,000 Delaware pace. Ross Wolfenden and meet leader Corey Callahan led the driver's parade with three winners each. Along with Eddie Davis Jr., Vic Kirby and trainer Joe Hundertpfund had two wins apiece. A strong octet of trotters meet in the $18,000 Open on Wednesday led by Tirade Hanover, Tough Mac and Fitness Craze, all winners last time out. Monday through Thursday racing starts at 4:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday are "dark days.' Racing resumes Sunday with post time 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. The draw schedule to be changed temporarily Dover Downs will not race on Super Bowl Sunday (Feb. 1) necessitating the draw schedule to be changed temporarily. There will be a double draw on Monday (Feb 2) for race programs for Thursday (Feb. 5) and for Sunday (Feb. 8). On Tuesday, Feb. 10, the usual draw schedule will resume. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del. --- Lounge Act was a 1:55 success in a $14,000 Mares 4&5-Year-Old Winners-Over pace over a 'sloppy' track on a damp Monday, Jan.12 at Dover Down. Corey Callahan continued his multiple-win barrage with five wins while Ron Pierce had four. After a threesome of 7-post position, Lounge Act drew the rail and responded with 1:55 victory, hid fourth in his seven starts this meet for trainer-driver Vic Kirby and owner Keith Pippi. The Cam's Card Shark-Hay Macarena four-year-old was chased down the lane by Waitingforapplause (Ross Wolfenden) and Flick A Fly (Ron Perce), second and third respectively. A 9-1 shot Tim Mumford's Romanascape score a 1:57 victory in another $14,000 Mares division. Jim Morand drove the Shane Long conditioned the daughter of Artiscape-Romanticize to her second consecutive triumph and third win in her last five outings. Sophia Seelster (Callahan) was second best. Rachelle's Beat (Pierce) was the show finisher. Harry von Knoblauch's Scootin For Joy made it two-in-a-row romping to a 1:53.4 score in a $13,000 Mares Winners-Over. Ron Pierce was at the controls as the Western Paradise-Scooting Annie five-year-old cut out the mil closing with a :27.2 panel. Jeremes Sweetheart (Kirby) and Paradise Lost (Jonathan Roberts) raced second and third the entire route. In another $13,000 female pace, Lindysbathinbeauty with Corey Callahan, driving the Somebeachsomewhere-Sunshine Sister four-year-old, notched a 1:54.3 decision for J&M Racing and CTC Stable. Velocity Sonja (Allan Davis) was runner-up. Seawind Ginger (Wolfenden) took third. Callahan's five and four by Pierce were followed by two wins for trainer Johnny Waite and two for owner Chris White.  Swift As A Shadow and Middle Aged Crazy are fresh from wins last time out among eight starters in Tuesday’s $20,000-$25,000 4&5-Year-Old Claiming Handicap pace on Jan. 13 at Dover Downs. Post time is 4:30 p.m. After racing much of the mile on the outside, Allan Davis and Wade Wyatt’s Swift As A Shadow took the lead in the stretch on the way to a 1:54.2 victory over a track rated as “good.” Middle Aged Crazy, owned by O’Toole, the Somones and trainer Dave McCaffrey, steps up after a wire-to-wire 1:54.1score by a nose in a $15,000 claimer. Moving to a middle post start should aid Harvey Eisman’s Touchdown Mindale and driver Corey Callahan. Bill Emmons’ Alittleaintenough also, gets an inside post position after consecutive outside posts. George Dennis will drive. Tim Tetrick and CC Racing’s Better And Bold, handled by Trace Tetrick, is a major factor. Wayne King’s L A Charger drops back into the claiming ranks but driver Vic Kirby must leave from outside post eight. Montrell Teague will pilot Frank Chick’s Quincy while Jason Lynch will be behind Jim Jacob’s Button Fly. by Marv Bachrad, for Dover Downs

DOVER, Del. --- Papa Ray came from off the pace to win the $25,000 Delaware Special while The Triple Lindy made it from last to first in the $18,500 Open trot, the double-feature harness racing handicaps on the first day of the New Year card, Wednesday, Jan. 1, at Dover Downs. Meet leading driver Corey Callahan and Ron Pierce each had four wins. For the second time in three starts and third victory of the meet, Reg Hazzard II and Legacy Racing's Papa Ray took top honors in the $25,000 Del. Special Handicap as Eddie Davis Jr. came between horses to get up in 1:51.3. Wayne Givens conditions the Village Jolt-Liamatters horse, now six in 2015, won for the 22nd time in his career while banking $369,128 lifetime. Believe This Bob (Ross Wolfenden) closed strongly for second while Simon's Artist (Trace Tetrick) zoomed down passing lane to finish third. One race earlier, The Triple Lindy came from last passing horses to pull away in the deep stretch for a 1:55.2 conquest in the week's top trot, the $18,000 Open Handicap. Vic Kirby trains and drives the C&G Racing stable's Credit Winner-Measure Up gelding to his second win in a row and third since arriving at the track in December. For the second straight week Tirade Hanover (Callahan) finished second, after cutting the mile. Baximum (Allan Davis) took third. The Triple Lindy notched his 21st win in 85 starts earning $$278,101. Corey Callahan found room in the stretch to get Cam B Skipper home in 1:53.3 in the $18,000 Winners-Over Handicap. MIllenium Wheel (Jason Lynch) was next with Bettor's Arena (Trace Tetrick) third. Doug Lewis conditions Cam B Zipper, a Cammibest-Kellycrombie gelding, one of three winners for owner Howard Taylor. Spinfiniti was another Taylor-owned winner. The five-year-old son of No Spin Zone-Hurricane Jenna was one of Ron Pierce's four wins and came in the $14,500 4&5-Year-Old pace with a 1:54 victory via a strong final quarter burst. Cherokee Hunter (Callahan) was runner-up. Rock Absorber (Kirby) was the show horse. Pierce also drove Wade Wyatt's Flying Cowboy, a Brandon's Cowboy-Flower Art gelding, to victory in 1:54.1 to win the $15,500 4&5-Year-Old Open. Framed Art (Art Stafford) finished second. Star Messenger (Tetrick) was the show horse. Callahan circled the field for a 1:52.3 triumph in the $25,000-$30,000 Male Claiming pace. Bill Emmons owns the Eric Ell trainee by Bettor's Delight-Western Duel. The win was his forth in his last five outings. Eridanus N (Kirby) and Izzy Real (Tony Morgan) were the second and third place finishers. Corey Callahan and Ron Pierce had four wins each. Owner Howard Taylor had a triple. Eddie Davis Jr. and Vic Kirby, who also had two training wins as did meet leading trainer Wayne Givens and owner Legacy Racing. Friday and Saturday are 'dark day.' Racing resumes on Sunday with post time at 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday racing starts at 4:30 p.m. There is no charge for parking or admission when visiting Dover Downs. Leading harness and thoroughbred simulcasts are featured from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight daily in the Dover Downs Race and Sports Book. by Marv Bachrad, for Dover Downs

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