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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, Del. - Leonard Hubbard's Z's Dream ($2.80, Art Stafford Jr.) and Mst Racing Inc. and George Teague's Subban ($3.60, Montrell Teague) each won their respective $20,000 harness racing divisions in the second leg of Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) stakes action for 2-year-old colt and gelding pacers Monday at Harrington Raceway. The top eight point earners from all divisions will return to compete in the $100,000 final events on October 7. Z's Dream led in wire-to-wire fashion from the rail for trainer Andrew Stafford as the Dream Away gelding completed a sweep of his eliminations. Squeak On By was second with Marvelous Winner third.  Subban ($2.80, Montrell Teague), a Clyde Francis-trainee and son of Southwind Lynx, sat in the pocket for red hot driver Teague behind pacesetter Syndergaard - who was bidding for an elimination sweep - throughout before surging by when given clearance in the stretch. Syndergaard held second with Can't Get Right, also trained by Francis, third. Teague had 5 wins on the card, 3 for Francis. Teague, was back in the winner's circle in the next race with Legacy Racing and Reginald Hazzard II's Inforce ($5.20), who was a 1:53.3 winner in the overnight feature, a $14,000 claiming handicap for $25,000 to $30,000 claimers for trainer Wayne Givens. Teague also owns Goldberg ($4.40), whom he piloted in the sub-featured $13,500 conditioned pace to a 1:53.1 win over Calvin K and Keep On Rocking A.  Stafford Jr.  and Russell Foster had a driving double.   by Matthew Sparacino

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  - Harness racing driver Montrell Teague had a grand slam while Art Stafford Jr. won three races to highlight the Tuesday Harrington Raceway harness racing program. Teague scored wins with Lincoln's Girl ($4), My Last Bet ($6.20), Silk Beach ($10.80) and Art Lecture ($9). Two of Teague's victories were aboard Mike Hall-trainees.  Stafford Jr. prevailed with Foolish Wisdom ($4.40), Artrageous ($3.80) and Heaven's Legacy ($11.60). Artrageous, trained by Stafford's brother Andrew, won the $13,500 featured conditioned pace for mare pacers with a 1:53.1 triumph over Shes Pukka N and Arts And Flowers. It was the 4th win of the year for Artrageous, all of which have come at Harrington's half-mile racetrack. Allan Davis (42 wins), currently leads the Harrington driver standings over Stafford (36) and Teague (28). Meanwhile, Joe Hundertpfund (20 victories) is atop the training standings with Jim King Jr. (15) and Chuck Crissman Jr. (12) completing the top three. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway    

HARRINGTON, DE. - Harrington Raceway's leading driver, Allan Davis, won three races on the Monday harness racing program. Davis, who currently leads Art Stafford Jr. and Montrell Teague in the standings, piloted winners in the 4th aboard Cousin Brucie ($7.60), 7th with Remember Me Vk ($6.40) and 8th with Cespedes Z Tam ($5.40). In the $13,500 feature, the aforementioned Stafford Jr. piloted Calvin K ($8.20) to a 1:52.2 win over Sicily and Sweet Sun Daze. Co-owned and trained by Stafford Jr., with his father Arthur, it was the 13th career win for Calvin K, a 6-year-old Classic Card Shark gelding. Teague and Bret Brittingham each registered a driving double. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway    

HARRINGTON, DE - George Leager's Slick Tony ($3.60, Tony Morgan) registered his third straight win in 1:51.4 in the $18,000 Open and driver Allan Davis had four wins to highlight the Harrington Raceway Monday program. Slick Tony (No Spin Zone) seized early control from Proper One to the opening quarter mile in 27.1 seconds, while second choice Shnitzledosomethin mounted a first-over attack as the half-mile was reached in 56.3 seconds. As they headed to three-quarters in 1:24.1, Slick Tony gained separation and was an open length winner in 1:51.4. Proper One was second with Shnitzledosomethin third. It was his 40th career win.   On the undercard, Jason Lynch's Monty's Play ($5.20, Lynch), notched his 4th straight win, three were from post eight, with a 1:53.1 victory in a $14,000 claiming pace. Lynch positioned the 4-year-old Shadow Play gelding second over where he initiated his patented late kick in well-timed fashion for his 9th win of the year. Davis, the current leading driver at the meet, guided Itaintezbeincheesy ($14.80), Q's Cruise ($3), Sweet Rock ($4.00) and Billion Dollar Day ($6) to victory. Montrell Teague had a driving double. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Delaware  

HARRINGTON, DE - George and Tina Dennis Racing's Faithfulandtrue ($2.40, Mike Cole) was a 1:55.4 harness racing winner in the Wednesday $13,500 conditioned trot feature at Harrington Raceway.. The 4-year-old Donato Hanover gelding recorded his second straight win after reeling in leader Need Luck N in the stretch for his 15th career win. The Joe Columbo-trainee set a track record last week for 4-year-old trotting geldings with a 1:54.4 win.   Driver Montrell Teague had 3 wins on the card. Allan Davis and Art Stafford Jr. had a double. Live racing will continue on a Monday through Wednesday schedule through October 21. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway  

HARRINGTON, DE - The high-powered Jim King Jr. harness racing stable demonstrated its prowess Tuesday with three wins on the Harrington Raceway card. The Harrington-based stable who campaigns 2 of harness racing's brightest stars, 2019 Horse of the Year Shartin N and 2019 2-year-old Pacing Filly Of The Year Lyons Sentinel, prevailed with all three starters on the program, Stealing Bases ($4.80, Victor Kirby), Rockin Philly ($4.20, Ross Wolfenden) and Speak To Siri ($2.10, Kirby). Rockin Philly captured the $13,500 feature in 1:53 for owners Tim Tetrick and Jo Ann Looney-King with a front end score, good enough for her 10th career win. The Rocknroll Dance 4-year-old mare set most of the fractions in her win over Anytime N and Moments of Joy. After making nearly $180,000 as a sophomore, "Philly" was making her 7th start of the season and boosted her seasonal earnings over $20,000.   Youngster Stealing Bases, a daughter of Roddy's Bags Again, was a first time starter that prevailed in 1:59.2 for owner Jo Ann Looney-King as she preps for Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) stakes action in a few weeks. Speak To Siri capped the night off for King, also giving driver Kirby three wins on the card with a 1:56.3 score as the heavy favorite. The Artspeak 3-year-old filly led throughout for her second career win. She is also owned by Jo Ann Looney-King. Art Stafford Jr., 2019 Harrington driving champ, also had three wins on the card. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway  

HARRINGTON, Del. – George and Tina Dennis’ Faithfulandtrue ($5, Mike Cole) broke the track record for 4-year-old trotting geldings Tuesday at Harrington Raceway with a 1:54.4 score in a $10,500 conditioned harness racing event. The Joe Columbo-trainee set all the fractions from his rail post position and was a 4-length impressive winner to break Can Do’s track record set in 2013. In the feature, Howard Taylor and Mike Casalino's Theresademoninme ($8.60, Corey Callahan) was a 1:56.3 victor in the $18,000 Open Trot. The 9-year-old Kadabra gelding cleared pacesetter Elysium Lindy in the stretch to achieve his 44th career win for trainer Dylan Davis. Jammin Jack closed ground late for second, while Elysium Lindy held third. “Demon” has banked nearly $700,000 in his career, which has saw him be a regular in the top overnight classes the past several years. Driver Allan Davis won both halves of the daily double and had 3 wins on the card along with Art Stafford Jr. Cole had two wins, both aboard Columbo-trainees.   by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway

HARRINGTON, Del. - George Leager's Slick Tony ($4, Tony Morgan) notched his 39th harness racing career win Monday at Harrington Raceway with a 1:51.2 win in the featured $18,000 Open Pace. Slick Tony, the even-money favorite, assumed control early from post two and marched through fractions of 27.2, 57 and 1:24.3 while Jacks Legend N mounted a first-over attack. The latter drew within a length at the top of the stretch but Slick Tony dug in gamely to hold him off and prevail in 1:51.2. Jacks Legend N was second with Rollwithpapajoe third. It was the second straight win for Slick Tony, who has banked over $700,000 in his career. Owned and trained by his breeder Leager, "Tony" has recorded five wins this year. The night started out very chalky, in addition to the feature, favorites prevailed in the first three races as Random Hanover ($3.00, Russell Foster), Monty's Play ($3, Jason Lynch) and Scuola Hanover ($3.40, Art Stafford Jr.) all lived up to their backing from the betting public. Foster had three wins on the card. Also on the undercard, in the $13,500 sub-featured pace for mares, Apple Bottom Jeans ($4, Corey Callahan) was a 1:52.3 winner. Trained by Dylan Davis for owners Howard Taylor, Robert Cooper Stables, and Ed Gold, the Mr. Apples mare is approaching $1 million in career earnings. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway

HARRINGTON, Del. - Harrington Raceway has added September 2 to its live harness racing racing calendar for 2020. Currently on a Monday/Tuesday schedule through the balance of August, Wednesdays will be added effective September 2 and continue on a three-day schedule until closing day October 21. Harrington's 74th season of live harness racing commenced on June 15. Qualifying races will remain on Wednesdays (10 a.m. start time) until further notice. To allow for adequate time for cleaning/sanitizing the paddock for live racing in the evening, the last day for schoolers after qualifiers will be August 26. Post time nightly is 4:30 p.m. Matt Sparacino  

HARRINGTON, DE. - George Leager's Slick Tony ($3.20, Tony Morgan) was a 1:53 harness racing winner Monday at Harrington Raceway in the $13,500 featured conditioned pace, the feature event. The No Spin Zone stallion is one of the richest Delaware-bred horses of all time with nearly $700,000 earned in his career. Trained by his owner/breeder Leager, Slick Tony did not disappoint as the public's choice in the eight horse field. He was immediately sent to the lead from post position two and never relented with a one length win over Trojan Banner N, who sat second throughout, and Wichita Lineman. It was the 38th career win for Slick Tony. World champion Wiggle It Jiggleit was a distant seventh place. Allan Davis had three wins on the card, while Russell Foster, Montrell Teague and Ross Wolfenden had doubles. Earlier on the card, Artrageous ($2.40, Art Stafford Jr.) notched her third straight win in 1:55.3 for trainer and co-owner Andrew Stafford. Racing continues for the balance of August on a Monday/Tuesday schedule. Post time is 4:30 p.m. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway  

HARRINGTON, DE. - Harrington Raceway's 74th season of live harness racing will resume tonight (August 17) with a 12-race program (post time 4:30 p.m.). The feature race is a $13,500 conditioned pace that features some local pacing heavyweights, including 2015 Horse of the Year Wiggle It Jiggleit (9/2, Montrell Teague), for owners George Teague Jr. and Teague Racing Partnership. The Clyde Francis-trainee has banked nearly $4 million in his illustrious career. The venerable 8-year-old (Mr. Wiggles) will start from post position eight. Meanwhile, a familiar rival and 2019 Harrington horse of the meet, Slick Tony (9/5, Tony Morgan), is back for owner/trainer George Leager. The 5-year-old No Spin Zone stallion drew post two and will look to pad his healthy career bankroll of nearly $700,000. He is one of the richest Delaware-bred horses of all-time. The path to the winner's circle won't likely be an easy ticket however, as the field is full of viable challengers, including Richard Pollucci and Jo Ann Looney-King's Trojan Banner N (3/1, Victor Kirby). The 5-year-old Bettor's Delight stallion is exiting races versus top flight competition in which the winning time in his last 5 races has been sub-1:50. The Jim King Jr.-trainee will start from post five. The husband/wife team of Jim and Jo Ann Looney-King's recent successes are well documented after campaigning a pair of the sport's brightest stars last season, namely Dan Patch Horse of the Year Shartin N and 2-year-old filly of the year Lyons Sentinel., both of which have returned to action this year and are racing at a high level. Another formidable threat in King barn is Apple Valley Art (7/5, Victor Kirby), who will compete from the rail in the 11th race on the card. The Delaware-bred owned by Jo Ann Looney-King swept through his Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) eliminations and $100,000 final on July 6 and is an impressive 3-for-4 lifetime and will vie for his fourth consecutive victory. The wagering format includes a pick four in races (2-5) and races (9-12). Live racing will continue on a Monday/Tuesday schedule for the balance of August and into the first week of September, until the week of September 7 when Wednesdays will be added through the duration of the meet on October 21. by Matt Sparacino, for Harrington Raceway    

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