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Three divisions of the Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund series for two-year-old harness racing pacing fillies came out tonight (Nov. 18) at Dover Downs to earn points to qualify them for the $100K final next Wednesday evening November 24th. The first was a non-wagering event which was won by Cinder’s Baby (Rockabillie-Cinderlla), a full sister to the Harrington final 3-year old winner, Cinder Rock. Time for the mile was 1:58.4 under rein to trainer/driver Art Stafford, Jr. Bred by Elam Esh of PA. It’s Turtle Time was second followed by Purrfect Purse in third. Race 1 on the wagering card went to a winner from last week, Littlebagoftricks(Roddy’s Bags Again-Bit Of Trick) in 1:55.4 for driver Russell Foster. Trained by co-owner Josh Green and co-owners, Richard Lombardo and Charles Cochran,III the swiftest miss of the three divisions was bred by Gary Green’s, Green Racing,Inc. Stealing Bases was second followed by Delmarvalousdesign in third.   Third division was the second half of the daily double won by repeat winner Hey Hey Dbay (Roddy’s Bags Again-Fat Lady Returns) and driver Victor Kirby in 1:57.2. Trained by co-owner Bryan Truitt. Bred by co-owner James P. Magno. A very close second was Adriana with Seboomook Beauty finishing third. by Judy Davis-Wilson, for the DSBF  

Dover, DE - High winds and dark winter weather ushered in four harness racing divisions of juvenile trotters Tuesday contesting their second leg of the Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund series at Dover Downs, which will head into the $100K finals next Tuesday, November 24th. First non-wagering race was fillies won by Whitesville Beulah (Anders Bluestone-Whitesville Tara) in 2:01.2, in a new lifetime record and making her two wins in a row. She is owned,trained, and bred by Gary White of Delmar, MD and driven by David Hill. Toni Lee was placed second and Kim’s Command was third. Second non-wagering race was all Big Al M, the Harrington final winner (Anders Bluestone-Bringing Up Lindy) in putting his win streak at four in a time of 1:59.3 for owner and breeder Bobby Myers. Trained by Eric Davis and driven by his father, Eddie Davis, Jr. Second was Malachi’s Test followed by Roll Juan for show. First half of the daily double was the second division of colts and geldings. It was all Rhett (Keystone Activator-Lake Serena) in wire to wire fashion for driver, Tony Morgan in 1:59. Rhett is trained and co-owned by 90 year old Donnie Wiest and is co-owned by his son David. Donnie is also the breeder. Altar Call was the place followed by Blue Devil for show. The final race for fillies was a dash to the first turn four deep and at the wire it was first time Dover leg winner, Designer’s Edge (He’s Spooky-Designate) in 2:02.2, a new lifetime mark with driver Billy Long. She is owned and trained by Harry Marsh, Jr. and was bred by Virginia Louthan. Amy Wil was second and Jazzy Judy was third.   The top 8 point earners for each gender qualified for the finals. In order of points the colts are:Big Al M, Rhett, Altar Call, Blue Devil, Malachi’s Test, Roll Juan,Bluestone Jackson, and Someofmygoodtime. For the fillies: Whitesville Beulah, Jazzy Judy, Designer’s Edge, Kim’s Command, Toni Lee, Amy Wil, Reality, and Annalee. by Judy Davis-Wilson, for the DSBF

Dover, DE - Three divisions of two year old colt and gelding harness racing pacers led off the week in the second leg of the Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) series at Dover Downs. First of two non-wagering events went to Z’s Dream (Dream Away-Eastwood Aurora N) in 1:56.4 making it two in a row for owner Leonard Hubbard and trainer Andrew Stafford. Driven by Andrew’s brother, Art Stafford, Jr. Downtown Show was second followed by Marvelous Winner in third. Second non-wagering event was won by owner,trainer,breeder Brenda Teague’s Mr Overbite (Southwind Lynx-Hustle Hard) for his maiden win in 1:57.4 while being parked from the half for driver Tony Morgan. Brenda’s nephew, Montrell was “second right there” with Can’t Get Right followed by Squeak On By in third. Third division was the first half of the Daily Double.It was all Henrico (Delmarvalous-Blue Moon Artist) for three wins in a row for co-owner/trainer, Clyde Francis and co-owner MST Racing. Driven by Tony Morgan to a new lifetime record of 1:54.1. Second was Subban followed by First State Joni in third.   The top 8 point earners (in point order) will return for a $100,000 final on Thanksgiving eve, November 25th. They are Henrico,Z’s Dream, Marvelous Winner, Mr Overbite, Subban, Downtown Show, Justflirtingwithu, and Mister Ramsey. Tomorrow night the Series continues with 2-year old trotters. Post Time 4:30 PM. by Judy Davis-Wilson, for the DSBF

Dover, DE - On a rainy warm November evening three harness racing divisions of two-year-old pacing fillies in the Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund Series at Dover Downs went forward on a very sloppy track. It was a muddy sweep for Winbak Farm stallion Roddy’s Bags Again. The first division was a non-wagering event won by Harrington final winner, STEALING BASES (Roddy’s Bags Again-End To End Hanover) in a new lifetime record of 1:56.3 by a 7 length margin for driver Tim Tetrick and trainer Jim King, Jr. The filly is owned and bred by Jo Ann Looney-King. Delmarvalousdesign was second followed by Kittyscribble in third. The second division followed as the first half of the Daily Double and produced the Maiden win of HEY HEY DBAY (Roddy’s Bags Again-Fat Lady Returns) in 1:57.1 for driver, Victor Kirby and trainer/co-owner Bryan Truitt. Co-owner James Magno is also the breeder or record. Rock’s Rose was second and Seboomook Beauty was third.   Final division went to LITTLEBAGOFTRICKS (Roddy’s Bags Again-Bit Of Trick) in a new lifetime record of 1:54.1 by 6T lengths for driver, Russell Foster and trainer/co-owner Josh Green. Co-owned by Charles Cochran of DE and Richard Lombardo of OH. Filly was bred by Green Racing, Inc. Adrianna was second followed by Tobago Time in third. Second leg of the series continues on Monday with the 2-year old pacing colts. Post Time 4:30. Major Occasion A celebrated with a victory in the Open Pace Wednesday night. Major Occasion A and Dexter Dunn left but had to wait for clearance as four horses all left for early positioning towards the quarter. Artrageous and Art Stafford Jr left alertly from the rail and forced tucks by Wishy Washy Girl and Major Occasion A. The quarter was in 26 flat.   Nearing the half, Soho Burning Love A pulled off the rail from sixth and induced Major Occasion A to move 1st up down the backstretch. The half mile was reached in 55.2.   Major Occasion A was able to clear a game Artrageous midway down the backstretch.  Pressure came quickly, from the three to five favorite Soho Burning Love A. The two favorites raced as a team and paced to the three quarters in 1:22.2.  The quarter was paced in 27 flat over a sloppy surface. However, in the deep stretch Major Occasion A dug in and fought hard.  Soho Burning Love A , who never before raced in the slop, met her match on this occasion. Major Occasion A won by a half length in 1:51.2 as the second choice in the wagering at 5 to 2. Major Occasion A ( Art Major) is owned by Enzed Racing Stable. R. Nifty Norman was the trainer. Soho Burning Love was a game second for driver Tim Tetrick. Moments Of Joy stayed on the rail and finished third.  Victor Kirby drove for trainer Bryan Truitt. Tim Tetrick scored with 5 victories over a sloppy track. There are 4 divisions of three olds in the Matron Stakes on Thursday at Dover Downs.   by Judy Davis-Wilson and Alex Kraszewski

Dover, DE – On a very warm November evening at Dover Downs the Delaware Standardbred Breeders’ Fund series for 2-year olds started Monday (Nov. 9) with three divisions of pacing colts and geldings. The early non-wagering event went to a two-time winner from Harrington, Z’s Dream (Dream Away-Eastwood Aurora N) taking a new lifetime mark of 1:55.3 by a quarter-length over Harrington final winner, Subban and Alwaysinyourdreams. The winner is trained by Andrew Stafford and driven by his brother, Art Stafford, Jr for owner Leonard Hubbard of Cambridge, MD. The first half of the double went to the Clyde Francis owned and trained, Henrico (Delmarvalous-Blue Moon Artist) and co-owner/driver Montrell Teague in 1:56.1 equaling his lifetime record. Mister Ramsey was second followed by Mr Overbite in third. The winner was bred by William F. Moffet,Inc.   The third division of the evening went to Marvelous Winner (Delmarvalous-Rusty’s Winning) and driver Eddie Davis, Jr. in a new lifetime mark of 1:56.1 for trainer,owner, and breeder, Bobby Myers of Greenwood. Justflirtingwithu was second followed by Dollar Bill Startt for show. The 2-year old trotters race today (Nov. 10) night. Post Time at Dover Downs is 4:30 p.m. by Judy Davis-Wilson, for the DSBF

Dover, DE - Dover Downs is set to kick-off it’s 51st harness racing season. The 83-day harness race meet opens on Monday November 2 and will conclude on Thursday April 1. Live racing will be dark on Thursday November 26 (Thanksgiving) December 18 thru December 27.  (Christmas break) Horse racing will be conducted Monday thru Thursday. Post time is 4:30 pm. The Delaware Standard Breeders Fund (DSBF) two year old stake eliminations compete from November 9th thru November 18th. The two year old finals will be contested on November 24th and November 25th. DSBF three year old eliminations race on November 30th thru December 10th.  The three year old final is on December 17.  The “Matron” series two year old eligibles will compete on Thursday November 5th.  The ”Matron” series three old eligibles will compete on Thursday November 12th.  The signature race of the season, The “Progress Pace” Final will be raced on Wednesday November 25, 2020. Elimination races will be on Wednesday November 18 if necessary. Opening draw schedule for the first week’s racing is as follows: Tuesday October 27  for Monday November 2 (opening night). Wednesday October 28 for Tuesday November 3. Thursday October 29 for Wednesday November 4 Monday November 2 for Thursday November 5 Box closes at noon. by Alex Kraszewski, for Dover Downs      

HARRINGTON, DE - Delaware's top 2-year-old harness racing pacers and trotters were showcased Wednesday in four $100,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) final events at Harrington Raceway. Jo Ann Looney-King's Stealing Bases ($3.40, Victor Kirby) completed a sweep of the pacing filly division with a 1:57.4 triumph in her final for trainer Jim King Jr. The Roddy's Bags Again filly was under confident handling from Kirby, as she gained steadily with a first over charge and wore down leader Cinder's Baby for her third straight win. Cinder's Baby was second with Uptown Lover third.   Bobby Myers' Big Al M ($3.80, Eddie Davis Jr.) kicked things off with a 2:00.2 win in the final for male trotters. The Anders Bluestone gelding let throughout and was a one length winner over Altar Call and Blue Devil. Trained by Eric Davis, Big Al M was won 2-of-4 lifetime starts. Kim Caulder's Kim's Command ($6, Allan Davis) was an impressive 2:02.4 winner in the filly trotting final. The Cr Commando filly assumed control near the opening quarter mile and never relented in her 2 length score over Designer's Edge and Amy Wil. Trained by John Wilkerson, it was the filly's first career win. In the male pacing final, Mst Racing and George Teague's Subban ($8.20, Montrell Teague) was a one length winner over Marvelous Winner and Syndergaard. Race favorite Z's Dream made an early break, while Subban marched through every call on top, despite heavy pressure from Marvelous Winner. He won in 2:00.1. Trained by Clyde Francis, the Southwind Lynx colt notched his second career win. Later on the card, Letstrytowgleagain ($2.60, Teague) had an auspicious local debut with a 1:57.1 maiden win. The Mr. Wiggles colt is a full brother to 2015 Horse of the Year and local favorite Wiggle It Jiggleit. Allan Davis had 3 wins on the card. Russell Foster and Teague each had a double. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway    

HARRINGTON, DE - The First State's top locally-bred 2-year-olds will battle in four $100,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) final harness racing events Wednesday at Harrington Raceway. The male trotters will kick-off the four-legged freshmen party in the 1st race on the 12-race program. Bobby Myers' Big Al M (3/2, Eddie Davis Jr.) was the fastest elimination winner and figures to be the one to beat for trainer Eric Davis. The Anders Bluestone gelding would have swept his eliminations but was placed second for a pylon violation after hitting the wire first in his first elimination. A familiar rival, Don and David Wiest's Rhett (7/5, Tony Morgan) also has a win and a second place finish in his eliminations and is the primary competition. Filly trotters will go post ward in the 3rd race, the second leg of the pick four (races 2 through 5). A wide open group awaits the starting gate with four different elimination winners in the field. Ed Kimmel, Don and David Wiest's Azurine (2/1, Tony Morgan), Harry Marsh Jr.'s Designer's Edge (5/2, William Long), Thestable Jazzy Juddy Grp's Jazzy Judy (5/1, Victor Kirby) and Providence West's Toni Lee (15/1, Kim Vincent) each won respective eliminations. The final leg of the pick four sequence will see filly pacers battle in the 5th race. A matchup between two dominant fillies who swept their eliminations awaits as Jo Ann Looney-King's Stealing Bases (9/5, Kirby) and Eli Beiler, Clint Crellin and Elam Esh's Cinder Baby (2/1, Art Stafford Jr.) will square off for the first time. Stealing Bases, a Roddy's Bags Again filly trained by Jim King Jr., won both of her eliminations via off the pace rallies, while Rockabillie-sired Cinder's Baby dispatched of her rivals by a combined 7 lengths in her two eliminations with front end romps. Cinder's Baby is trained by her driver. Cinder's Baby is a full sister to 3-year-old Cinder Rock (Rockabillie-Cinderella), who won DSBF final events at 2 and 3 and has won 8 of 10 career starts for trainer Wayne Givens. The male pacers are featured in the 6th race with Leonard Hubbard's Z's Dream (9/5, Stafford) clearly the one to beat after two decisive elimination wins. He will face a competitive group that includes elimination winners Subban (3/1, Montrell Teague), owned by Mst Racing and George Teague, Jo Ann Looney-King's Syndergaard (7/1, Kirby). Also on the Wednesday program is four $15,000 DSBF consolation events. Post time is 4:30 p.m. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway                

HARRINGTON, DE  - Eli Beiler, Clint Crellin and Elam Esh's Cinder's Baby ($2.10, Art Stafford Jr.) was the fastest of a trio of Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) $20,000 divisions Tuesday at Harrington Raceway with a 1:57.1 win. The Rockabillie filly completed a sweep of her divisions after her 1:59 win in round one on September 22. Trained by her driver, Cinder's Baby improved to 2-for-2 lifetime with a front end win by 5 lengths over Hey Hey Dbay and Tobago Time.   Joining Cinder's Baby with a sweep of her eliminations was Jo Ann Looney-King's Stealing Bases ($4, Victor Kirby), who was a 1:58 winner over Uptown Lover and Rowdy One. The daughter of Roddy's Bags Again collared pacesetter Rowdy One near the three-quarters and won by a length. Trained by Jim King Jr., it was her 3rd win in 4 lifetime starts. It was one of 3 wins on the card for Kirby. The final division saw George Teague and Mst Racing's Adrianna ($3, Montrell Teague) a comfortable two-length winner over Roses And Orchids and Seboomook Beauty in 2:00. The Southwind Lynx filly scored her second career win in wire-to-wire fashion. The top 8 point earners from each division of DSBF action will return to compete in $100,000 final events on October 7. Stafford Jr. and Allan Davis each had driving doubles on the card. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway              

HARRINGTON, DE - Don and David Wiest's Rhett ($3.20, Tony Morgan) was the fastest of four $20,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) divisions for 2-year-old harness racing trotters Wednesday at Harrington Raceway. Rhett's win came in 2:01.3 via disqualification as Big Al M hit the wire first but was placed second for violation of the euro-rail rule. Big Al M was the leader throughout while Rhett sat in the pocket. Someofmygoodtime finished third. A son of Keystone Activator, Rhett notched his first career win for trainer Don Wiest.   The first filly division went to Jazzy Judy ($3.40, Victor Kirby) in a battle of attrition as only 2 of the 6 horses stayed on gait. Jazzy Judy mowed down leader Reality late for a 2:06.2 win. Amy Wil was third. It was the first career start for the daughter of Political Briefing, owned by Thestable Jazzy Judy Grp. and trained by Jim King Jr. The second male division saw Jim Morand and Nanticoke Racing's Roll Juan ($14.60, Morand) hold off a hard charging Blue Devil for a 2:03.2 win. Trained by Les Givens, the Rolls Blue Chip colt prevailed in his 2nd career start. Bluestone Jackson was third. Favorite and previously unbeaten Malachi's Test broke stride near the quarter mile mark. Ed Kimmel, Don Wiest and David Wiest Stables' Azurine ($3.40, Morgan) was a wire-to-wire winner in the final division on the card for fillies, with a 2:06.1 win over Designer's Edge and Annalee third. Trained by Don Wiest, the Anders Bluestone filly was making her 2nd career start. Round two of DSBF action kicks off Monday September 28 for male pacers, with filly pacers on September 29 and all sexes of trotters on September 30. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway  

HARRINGTON, DE - Three $20,000 divisions of 2-year-old harness racing pacing fillies competed in the opening leg of Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) stakes action at Harrington Raceway Tuesday. Eli Beiler, Clint Crellin and Elam Esh's Cinder's Baby ($28.60, Art Stafford Jr.) was an upset winner in the first division in 1:59. The Rockabillie filly left alertly from post seven to take the lead and was a 2 length winner over Tobago Tie and Seboomook Beauty. Trained by her driver, it was the first career start for Cinder Baby, and one of 3 wins on the card for Stafford.   Jo Ann Looney-King's Stealing Bases ($2.80, Victor Kirby) was a dominant 1:57.4 winner in the second division over Rowdy One and Uptown Lover. The Roddy's Bags Again filly pressured leader Rowdy One near three-quarters before taking over and drawing clear of the field. It was the second career win for the Jim King Jr.-trainee, who had a double. The final division went to Charles Cochran III, Richard Lombardo and Josh Green's Littlebagoftricks ($4, Russell Foster) scored a dominant 5-length win in 2:00 over Hey Hey Dbay and Rock's Rose. The Roddy's Bags Again filly controlled the tempo throughout and was full of pace to the wire in her first career start for co-owner/trainer Green. Peter Paul Venturini's She's Pukka N ($3.80, Tony Morgan) won the $13,500 overnight feature in 1:52. The 5-year-old Betterthancheddar mare set sizzling fractions in her wire-to-wire victory. Kirby and Allan Davis each had a driving double. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway    

HARRINGTON, DE - Leonard Hubbard's Z's Dream ($7.80, Art Stafford Jr.) and Jo Ann Looney-King's Syndegaard ($7, Victor Kirby) each won their respective $20,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) 1st leg elimination for 2-year-old male harness racing pacers Monday at Harrington Raceway. Z's Dream, a son of Dream Away, assumed command from early leader Marvelous Winner near the three-quarters and never looked back in a decisive one length win over Subban and Marvelous Winner. Favorite Squeak On By miscued behind the gate before the start and finished last. Z's Dream, trained by Andrew Stafford, earned his first career win in 1:58.4.   Syndegaard was a front end winner in the second split over Henrico and Justflirtingwithu in 1:59. Trained by Jim King Jr., the Roddy's Bags Again gelding also picked up his first career win.   The top point earners from the two rounds of eliminations will compete in $100,000 final events on October 7. Pacing fillies will get underway in 3 divisions on the Tuesday September 21 program. Driver Pat Berry won 3 races in succession, piloting Stark Hanover ($17), Power of Tell ($6.40) and Jack's Legend N ($2.80) to victory. Victor Kirby, Montrell Teague, and Tony Morgan each had driving doubles. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway    

HARRINGTON, DE - A total of nine $20,000 divisions for 2-year-olds will kick off the Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) 1st leg of stakes this week (September 21-23) at Harrington Raceway. The pacing colts and geldings are in action Monday, pacing fillies Tuesday and both sexes of trotters on Wednesday. It appears to be fairly wide open in the lightly raced group as only 4 pacers of either sex have won a race thus far. On the male pacing side, only Mst Racing's Can't Get Right (6/1, Ross Wolfenden) has a win. Meanwhile, among pacing fillies (3 divisions), Frank Chick and David Hamm's Tobago Time (7/5, Jon Roberts), Jo Ann Looney-King's Stealing Bases (7/5, Victor Kirby), Henry Faragalli III, Nanticoke Racing, Bonucelli Racing and Doane Racing's Rowdy One (5/2, Corey Callahan) and George Teague and Mst Racing's Adrianna (7/5, Montrell Teague) each have wins. There are 14 first-time starters among the 2-year-old pacers. As for stallion breakdown, Roddy's Bags Again leads the way with 9 offspring followed by Delmarvalous (7) and Southwind Lynx (4) as the most prevalent among the freshmen pacers. As for the trotters on Wednesday, only Malachi's Test (Jack Parker Jr.), who is 2-for-2 lifetime has had his picture taken for trainer Chuck Groce II. The Keystone Activator gelding has looked particularly impressive in limited action. There are 15 first time starters among the 4 divisions of trotters. Anders Bluestone has the most offspring with 9, while He's Spooky (8) and Keystone Activator (3, tie) and CR Commando (3) round out the top 3. Post time is 4:30 p.m. on Monday through Wednesday. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway  

HARRINGTON, DE - Rod Allen Inc's Zulu ($5.40, Allen) and Linda Mac Donald's Stella A ($21.20, Ross Wolfenden) won their respective $100,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) finals for 3-year-old harness racing trotters Wednesday at Harrington Raceway. In the male division, Zulu went off as the 8/5 second choice and took advantage of miscues by fellow contenders Touch Of White, Riddle Me This, Rocky Bomber and Master Of Mine, all of whom broke stride, to prevail in wire-to-wire fashion in 1:59. Trained by his driver/owner Allen, the CR Commando-Cr Penny Lane gelding notched his 6th career win as his lifetime earnings soared over $100,000. Air Time was second and Rocky Bomber recovered from an early break to finish third. Meanwhile in the filly final, Stella A corralled early leader Orabelle near the three-quarters after a powerful first over brush and never relented in a one length score over Happy To Do It and Emmys Mayflower. The Anders Bluestone-Mocha filly notched her 4th career win for trainer Joe Mac Donald. It was one of three wins on the card for Wolfenden. The winning time tied the DSBF stakes mark for 3-year-old fillies set by Callmemza in 2015. Allan Davis, Mike Cole and Art Stafford Jr. had two wins apiece. Joe Columbo and Andrew Stafford each had training doubles. Live racing continues July 13-15 at Harrington before a summer hiatus when the schedule will resume on August 17. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrrington Raceway

HARRINGTON, DE - Legacy Racing of Delaware's Cinder Rock ($2.20, Allan Davis) won the $100,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund Final for 3-year-old harness racing pacing fillies Tuesday at Harrington Raceway in 1:54.4. The Rockabillie-Armbro Cinderella filly held off a game She's Got The Lynx, who sat second much of the mile, to win by a head. Sweet Lil was third. Cinder Rock made a quarter pole move to the front and never looked back in her 8th career win in 10 starts. Trained by Wayne Givens, Cinder Rock was the 2-year-old DSBF champ as well and has banked more than $200,000 in her career. The 3-year-old pacing filly final also honored the memory of driver/trainer Ben Stafford Jr., who passed away in 2016. He was a regular on the Delaware racing circuit who won nearly 700 races as a driver and campaigned several top local horses in the DSBF program like Badlands Jenna and Badlands And Art. Cinder Rock's win gave Davis three driving wins on the card, joining Montrell Teague with a triple. George Teague Jr.'s My Last Bet ($12.60, Montrell Teague) won the $12,000 Mares Open in a lifetime best 1:52.3. The Delmarvalous 4-year-old mare set all the fractions in her narrow win over Dibaba N and Moments of Joy for trainer Clyde Francis. Teague also guided Lena ($19.60) to victory In the $15,000 DSBF consolation for 3-year-old pacing fillies. Owned by William Moffett, Lena scored a 1:59 win over I'm Two Soxy and Emma. Trained by her owner, it was Lena's first career win. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway  

HARRINGTON, DE -  Jo Ann Looney King's Apple Valley Art ($2.40, Tim Tetrick) won the $100,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) Final for 3-year-old harness racing pacing colts and geldings Monday at Harrington Raceway in 1:55. The Artzina-Shake Away gelding led throughout and held off a fierce late charge from American Nitro for the victory, his third straight for trainer Jim King Jr. Aidan was third. Apple Valley Art has won 3-of-4 career starts and was one of 5 wins on the card for Tetrick, two of which were trained by King Jr. Tetrick won three consecutive races mid-card, including Jo Ann Looney-King's Q's Cruise ($3.40), who was a 1:51.2 winner in the $12,000 Open Pace, the overnight feature. The Yankee Cruiser 6-year-old was a wire-to-wire winner over Slick Tony and Sicily for trainer Jim King Jr.  Tony Morgan won both halves of the daily double with a pair of rail horses in Providential ($3.40) and Cruise Patrol ($2.60). He had three wins total on the program.  Meanwhile, 10-year-old pacer Lucan Hanover ($2.20, Tetrick), notched his 50th career win in 1:53 in a $7,200 conditioned pace for trainer Eric Ell and owner Bill Emmons.  Louis Tomczak's Proper One ($3, Art Stafford Jr.) dominated a $9,000 conditioned pace field with a five-length romp in 1:51.1 for trainer Carlo Poliseno.  In the $15,000 DSBF consolation event for male pacers, Bernard Stingone's White Lands ($15.60, Russell Foster) prevailed in 2:00 for trainer Jason Skinner.  by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway

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