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Dover Downs' 49th harness racing season ended On Thursday, March 29 when Déjà vu Blue, Super Fly, Go Sandy Go and Slick Tony won $100,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) finals and Major Uptrend won the $35,000 Preferred pace on the closing card of it's 2017-2018 meet. With Delaware Gov. John Carney and members of his staff on hand, and a usual large crowd of fans turned out to watch the four state-bred three-year-old trotting and pacing finals, two 1:49.4 feature races and meet horsemen top- honors presented. Tim Tetrick was Leading Driver during the 81-programs season. Tetrick fininshed with 11 wins more than Corey Callahan, who had won the previous seven titles in a row. Dylan Davis was Leading Trainer at the meet for the fifth consecutive season. Free For Aller Sicily, who won five top features with sub-1:50 victories including 1:48.4, the fastest time of the Meet, won a tight ballot by Delaware Valley chapter U.S. Harness Writers Assocation members, voted Horse of the Meet. On the track, DSBF Chamionships: Déjà vu Blue, driven by Tim Tetrick, bested arch-rival Star Sapphire (Russell Foster) by a head to win the sophomore filly trotter event. Vandalous (Callahan) was third.---Super Fly overpowered seven rivals in 1:55.2 to win the $100,000 male trot with Art Stafford Jr. in the bike. Bother Kenny (Tetrick) was runner-up with Seafood Suzie Blue (Jason Green) third.--- Go Sandy Go, with Jason Green driving, lowered her lifetime fastest mark to 1:53.2 romping to victory in the DSBF $100,000 filly pace.---Gracefullyforgiven, with Art Stafford Jr., was second in front of Studio Session (Sean Bier) third.---Slick Tony, owned by breeder George Leager and piloted by Russell Foster, took home the soph colt and gelding pace $100,000 championship with a 1:53.4 performance. Transitioning Joy (Teague), and Evolutiion Tour (Tetrick) were second and third.---- The Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) 3-year-old trotting and pacing stakes program completed two preliminary weeks of $20,000 sophomore legs of trotting and filly events----The top eight-point getters in each of the four sophomore divisions returned for $100,000 championship finals Closing night: Major Uptrend (Tony Morgan), paced his fourth sub-1:50 mile of the meet scoring a 1:49.2 triumph in the $35,000 Preferred/Handicap, the top race on the regular card. Sicily (Montrell Teague) was next with Super Imposed N (Callahan) third.---One race earlier, Art Stafford Jr. guided Blazing Bobby Sox home in 1:49.2 to win a $16,000 Winners-Over pace. Forty Five Red (Mike Cole) and Cajon Lightning (Stafford Jr.) were second and third respectively.---Art Of Fire made it five wins in a row in an $18,000 Conditioned pace. Jonathan Roberts drove the winner for trainer Kevin Lare, and breeder-owner Forest Bartlett ash Is King (Callahan) was next. Wichita Lineman (Allan Davis) was third.--- Jet Airway (Callahan) also kept a streak going, notching his fourth straight, a 1:51.1 winner in a $25,000-$30,000 Claiming Handicap.The other high-price claiming pace was won by Im Supersonic A (Sean Bier), who fashioned a 1:50.2 triumph in another top claimng pace.---Art Stafford Jr. had a triple, Tim Tetrick, Sean Bier and Tony Morgan had driving doubles. Sicily won the close vote of the Delaware Valley chapter, U.S. Harness Writers Association Horse of the Meet for Horse of the Meet honors. Major Uptrend, trotter Theresademoninme, Major Uptrend and Cyclone Kiwi N were next in the balloting. Red -hot Tim Tetrick, a former track champion, overtook seven-time defending champion Corey Callahan,for the Leading Driver title and for the fifth consecutive season Dylon Davis is Leading Trainer. DURING THE FINAL WEEK: Tim Tetrick drove five winners while Very Dark won the feature trot and Ballinrobe, the top Pace on Monday (March 26) --- Ross Wolfenden was in the bike to steer Very Dark to his second win-in-a-row to win the $12,000 Winners trot in 1:57.--- The outside post was no concern to Vic Kirby who left fast and chalked up his fourth win of 2017 for new owner Don Fowler who claimed the gelding last week. The 1:51.4 victory came in a $15,000-$17,500 Claiming pace.----Tim Tetrick started his 5-win day taking both ends of the daily double. Driver Tony Morgan, trainers Josh Green and Brian Malone had two wins each. On Tuesday (3/26) Tim Tetrick won five races for the second straight day while on Theresademoninme won the $30,000 Open/Handicap trot for the third straight week---. Theresademoninme rolled out of post 7 to snatch the early lead and was never headed in a 1:53.2 victory, his third straight and fifth in the last seven feature trots at the track with Jonathan Roberts driving. Rock Of Cashel (Corey Callahan) closed with a rush to finish second while Gural Hanover (Tony Morgan) in his second race of the year, finished third in the feature. After winning the daily double again and the first three races, Tetrick steered breeder Delbert Cain and Nanticoke Racing's Howard Taylor and Rich Lombardo's Holiday Promise notched a 1:55 score in a $15,000 Winners trot, his second straight win.---In addition to Tim Tetrick's five bagger, Tony Morgan and Corey Callahan had doubles. Terror At Night caught front-pacing Nerida Franco N in the final stride to win the last $30,000 Mares Open/Handicap feature of the meet on Wednesday, March 28. Driver Mike Cole pulled Terror At Night out of third and followed Apple Bottom Jeans on the outside before moving three wide turning for home. The 5-year-old hustled down the lane just in time to catch Nerida Franco N (Allan Davis) in the 1:50.4 event. Divas Image (Tetrick) closed strongly to finish third.---Stormtracker (Tetrick) made good use of post 1 scoring a front-end 1:52 triumph in a $22,000 conditioned pace. Shesarocker (Vic Kirby) was the place finisher with Legio X Equestris (Montrell Teague) third. --- Use Your Noodle, trained by Les Givens, was at the top of her game notching a 1:51.1 wire-to-wire conquest in a $16,000 Mares Winners-Over pace.---Tetrick guided Snappy Dresser, conditioned by Josh Green, to victory in a $15,000 female pace, giving her a third win in her last four efforts.---Two drivers had triples, Tony Morgan and Tim Tetrick, who had five wins the first two nights of the week added a three-bagger, Art Stafford Jr. had a double as did trainer Les Givens and Nanticoke Racing Inc. and Jeff Fout, a former standout driver in Ohio, won both ends of the daily double for owners Bay Pond Stable. Tim Tetrick, with a strong March finish upended seven-time defending champion Corey Callahan in dash-winning drives. Tetrick won 143 wins. Callahan had three wins, and totals 136 wins Tony Morgan is third with 116 wins. Vic Kirby is fourth with 82 and Art Stafford Jr., is fifth, with 76 wins. Davis Dylan 21.0 224 47 36 34 .350 635,402 Green Josh 26.3 156 41 27 27 .417 488,480 Columbo Joseph 12.1 273 33 39 38 .247 386,308 Givens Wayne 17.7 186 33 37 23 .329 464,149 King Jr Jim 18.5 173 32 27 19 .308 481,871 Malone Brian 23.1 134 31 20 20 .364 247,959 Hall Michael 17.2 169 29 28 15 .293 375,275 Callahan Nicholas 15.6 179 28 27 25 .287 355,715 Ell Eric 23.3 120 28 12 22 .350 348,875 Lare Kevin 16.6 163 27 22 16 .273 324,459 Crissman Tim 21.4 117 25 17 17 .343 255,988 Hundertpfund Jr Joseph 12.1 198 24 24 26 .232 226,544 Crissman-Bier Crissy 13.9 158 22 22 20 .259 290,050 Francis Clyde 15.2 145 22 22 22 .287 308,585 Givens Les 16.3 129 21 22 20 .309 278,339 Ewing Gary 21.8 78 17 15 10 .368 186,200 Reeser Robert 18.4 87 16 12 12 .307 144,695 Moore Kyle 12.1 124 15 9 17 .207 106,497 Truitt Bryan 22.1 68 15 9 12 .353 168,854 Bamond Jr. Jeffrey 20.0 70 14 11 5 .311 158,290 Foster Jr Arty 9.4 149 14 24 23 .235 213,161 Gray Brooks 17.5 80 14 9 13 .292 151,948 Johnson Jason 11.0 127 14 19 15 .233 168,915 Reynolds Willard 18.9 74 14 8 8 .285 106,288 Toscano Linda 22.0 59 13 11 7 .363 148,830 Cabot John 15.6 77 12 6 10 .242 104,165 Dennis Eddie 14.3 77 11 7 5 .215 84,874 Foster Eric 9.4 117 11 16 13 .207 157,107 Defending champion Dylan Davis top the trainer standing with 47 wins, Josh Green is second with 41 wins, Wayne Givens ND Joe Columbo of the Gerge =&Tina Dennis Stable, were tied for third with 33 winners. Jim King is fourth with 32 wins. Nick Callahan and Brian Malone finished fifth with 31 winners. 1-Dylan Davis 21.0% 224 47 36 34 .350 635,402 2-Josh Green 26.3% 156 41 27 27 .417 488,480 3-Joe Columbo 12.1% 273 33 39 38 .247 386,308 4-Wayne Givens17.7% 186 33 37 23 .329 464,149 5-Jim King Jr 18.5% 173 32 27 19 .308 481,871 6- Brian Malone 23.1% 134 31 20 20 .364 247,959 7- Mike Hall 17.2% 169 29 28 15 .293 375,275 8- Nick Callahan15.6% 179 28 27 25 .287 355,715 9- Eric Ell 23.3% 120 28 12 22 .350 348,875 10-Kevin Lare 16.6% 163 27 22 16 .273 324,459 11-Tim Crissman21.4% 117 25 17 17 .343 255,988 12-JoeHundertpfund12.1% 198 24 24 26 .232 226,544 13-Crissy Crissman-Bier13.9%158 22 22 20 .259 290,050 14-ClydeFrancis 15.2% 145 22 22 22 .287 308,585 15-Les Givens 16.3% 129 21 22 20 .309 278,339 16-Gary Ewing 21.8% 78 17 15 10 .368 186,200 17-Bob Reeser 18.4% 87 16 12 12 .307 144,695 18-Kyle Moore 12.1% 124 15 9 17 .207 106,497 19-Truitt Bryan 22.1% 68 15 9 12 .353 168,854 20-Jeff Bamond Jr. 20.0% 70 14 11 5 .311 158,290 Sicily won the close vote of the Delaware Valley chapter, U.S. Harness Writers Association for Horse of the Meet honors. Major Uptrend, trotter Theresademoninme, Major Uptrend and claimer Cyclone Kiwi N were next in the balloting. Red hot Tim Tetrick, a former track champion, overtook seven-time defending champion Corey Callahan, for the Leading Driver title and for the fifth consecutive season Dylon Davis is Leading Trainer. Downbytheseaside won the $308,060 Hap Hansen Progress Pace (HHPP), the biggest events of the Delaware harness racing season. Downbytheseside went out a winner rushing to a 1:48.3 victory in his final race prior to stallion duty. Chris Page directed the convincing victory, his 14th of the season with a separately-owned Brian Brown trained stablemate Fear The Dragon, second. Russell Foster had the finest day of his career winning two of the four $100,000 DSBF Two-Year-Old Dover Downs Finals on the Super Thursday (Nov. 30) 2017 card. Foster drove Star Sapphire, who won the $100,000 Harrington Final, to a 1:59 triumph in the 2-Year-Old Filly trot and Slick Tony, by a nose in in 1:51.4, in the Colt Final. Go Sandy Go won the Filly pace in 1:53.4 and Sky Marshal in 1:56.4, both wins by a nose. The 2017 Matron Stakes, harness racing's longest continual stakes dating back to the 19th century, Dover Downs has been home-base since the 1997 season. The Thursday'(11/16) card provided fans with an outstanding showcase of racing: Downbytheseaside became a $2-million winner; Bill's Man closed strongly for Tim Tetrick's first of four wins, Agent Q got up for Hall of Famer David Miller and Dream Together -led off the four Matron Stakes championships.Tetrick added to his meet leading driver total scoring four winners Bill's Mann, with catch-driver Tetrick, was surprise winner of the $201,900 Matron 3-Year-Old Trot. M&L of Delaware, nom de course of Ralph, Roz and Doug Paul of Greenville, longtime horse owners, formerly noted for owning stakes pacers. Also, Agent Q, the dam of winner of the $182.700 Matron Filly pace was bred by local horsemen Ken Wood, Bill Dittmar and Steve Iaquinta. Finding they had too many broodmares, they sold the dam of the Matron winner, Teenage Paige. ...It was a mistake. The Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) Dover Downs Two-Year-Olds Finals featured the finest group of Delaware-sired freshmen in its history. Star Sapphire (Russell Foster-1:59) was the only easy 4-length winner of the filly $100,000 final. The other three divisions were decided by the photo finish camera. Sky Marshal (Carlo Poliseno-156.4) was the surprise winner of the trot final, Slick Tony (Foster-1:51.1) and Go Sandy Go (Jason Green-1:53.4) took the colt and filly $100,000 finals. Bags To Riches who dominated the 2017 DSBF Three-Year-Old Colt Pace division recorded his first sub 1:50 victory winning the $25,000 Open in 1:49.4.Also Major Upstart, who seems to love Dover Downs, scored a 1:49.3 win. Art Stafford Jr. became part of Delaware harness racing history driving back-to-back dead-heat winner on Pearl Harbor Remembrance day (12/ 7). In the feature race, former Down Under champion Christen Me N scored his fastest career victory, 1:49.2, winning the $30,000 Preferred pace. --- Corey Callahan drove four winners, Stafford won three straight while Montrell Teague and Allan Davis had driving doubles. On the last Tuesday of the 2017 potion of the meet, trotting specialist Jack Parker Jr. had a big day. He piloted seven-year-old NF Happenstance, from post 8 to win her first since having a foal and a return to the races after her four-year-old season. Then,Parkerwas only a nose away from a second victory driving Royal Becca J in the Open trot. Tony Morgan accomplished his 16,000-win milestone on Jan. 3, 2018 by quickly winning both ends of the daily double. Morgan is second in the sport in winning drives trailing only Dave Palone, who passed the 18,000-win mark early in 2017. Germany's Hans Wevering is third on the list with the late Herve Filion, fourth. The weather played a big role in racing during the meet. Just before the 2nd race on Thursday (Nov. 30), an earthquake, said to be 4.4-magnitude, shook the racetrack and Dover, Del. vicinity. The United States Geological Survey (USGS) confirms that at 4:48 p.m. EST, a 4.4-magnitude earthquake occurred. The coordinates of the quake (39.2N 75.4W) put the center of the quake 10 miles northeast of Dover, ----Dover Downs harness rarely cancels, but on Thursday (1/4), the powerful "Nor'easter" which roared through Atlantic states delivered several inches of snow, strong winds and low temperatures necessitated cancelation of racing. Later in the season, besieged by three straight weeks of Nor'easters, the track canceled a second time, on March 21. During the first week of the New Year: A four-horse photo-finish lead-off the Monday, 2018 New Year's day, resulted in a dead-heat for win. Race-favorite Splashed and 22-1 shot Great Kate got their picture taken in the 1:55.1 feature with temperatures in the low teens, Sheer Assault and Pure Kemp were noses away finishing third and fourth respectively before the Judges ruled Sheer Assault interfered with Pure Kemp in the lane and their finishes were reversed. Red-hot Tony Morgan racked up five winners including 7-1 shot One To Draw To in one of a trio of feature races on Thursday, Jan 18.The previous week, Cyclone Kiwi N was claimed for $35,000. Jeff Bamond Jr. them claimed him back for the same price in the first of two $25,000--$35,000 Claiming Handicaps. Corey Callahan drove the gelding from post 8 in a pulverizing :25.3 quarter and never looked back en route to a 1:51.3 score, his fourth straight and sixth win in his last seven with a second-place. The pacer, claimed twice, then won six-in-a-row. Starting from outside post 8 proved no problem for Divas Image on the way to her fourth straight $25,000 Mares Open/Handicap win on Wednesday, Jan 24. Tony Morgan moved Divas Image up to take the front and never was headed the rest of a 1:52.1 mile. A 14-times winner of six of her previous eight races Back in mid-December, Bobby Glassmeyer picked Something Said, who had a two-race win streak, out of a $12,500 claimer. The gelding then stepped up to win a pair of $25,000 claimers, and two $13,000 Winner-Over paces including Feb. 1 when Jonathan Roberts piloted a sixth win in-a-row, a 1:49.3 lifetime mark The last week in January was an exceptional time for driver Jack Parker Jr.'s two top trotters stable. Parker guided NF Happenstance to victory over an off-track at Yonkers in a $50,000 trot on Sunday and Wednesday Royal Becca J chalked up a third victory in her last five feature-race outings . Both Royal Becca J and NF Happenstance are owned by a born and educated former Delawarean, James "Chip" Moore III, Tim Crissman reached the 1,500 mark in training wins during his career when three of his trainees won on Feb. 15, Number 1,500 came when Major Uptrend scored a 1:49 win in the $27,500 feature. Arriving from the Mid-West at the turn into the 21st century, Crissman's modest stable usually ranked high in the trainer standings Ken Wood, annually one of the track's leading horsemen, returned from his multiple round trips to West Africa building wells for needed Ghana and Tanzania residents who until Wood's humanitarian efforts never enjoyed fresh drinking water. Wood drillings have reached 2,000 wells. In addition Wood also is involved in giving specially created reading glasses to the natives. Only the March 1, 14-race program, for the first time in the meet, found no driver or trainer with more than one win on the card. Marv Bachrad

Dover Downs' 49th harness racing season ended when Déjà vu Blue, Super Fly, Go Sandy Go and Slick Tony were winners of $100,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Funds (DSBF) finals and Major Uptrend won the $35,000 Preferred pace on the closing card of it's 2017-2018 season on Thursday, March 29. With Delaware Gov. John Carney and members of his staff on hand, as usual a large crowd of fans turned out to watch the four state-bred three-year-old trotting and pacing finals, two 1:49.4 feature races and meet horsemen top honors presented. Tim Tetrick was Leading Driver during the 81-programs season. Tetrick fininshed with 11 wins more than Corey Callahan, who had won the previous seven titles in a row. Dylan Davis was Leading Trainer at the meet for the fifth consecutive season. Free For Aller Sicily, who won five top features with sub-1:50 victories including 1:48.4, the fastest time of the Meet, won a tight ballot by Delaware Valley chapter U.S. Harness Writers Assocation members, voted Horse of the Meet. On the track, Déjà vu Blue, driven by Tim Tetrick, bested arch-rival Star Sapphire (Russell Foster) by a head to win the sophomore filly trotter event. Vandalous (Callahan) was third. Super Fly overpowered seven rivals in 1:55.2 to win the $100,000 male trot with Art Stafford Jr. in the bike. Bother Kenny (Tetrick) was runner-up with Seafood Suzie Blue (Jason Green) third.  Go Sandy Go, with Jason Green driving, lowered her lifetime fastest mark to 1:53.2 romping to victory in the DSBF $100,000 filly pace.---Gracefullyforgiven, with Art Stafford Jr., was second in front of Studio Session (Sean Bier) third. Slick Tony, owned by breeder George Leager and piloted by Russell Foster, took home the soph colt and gelding pace $100,000 championship with a 1:53.4 performance. Transitioning Joy (Teague), and Evolutiion Tour (Tetrick) were second and third. Major Uptrend with Tony Morgan, paced his fourth sub-1:50 mile of the meet scoring a 1:49.2 triumph in the $35,000 Preferred/Handicap, the top race on the regular card. Sicily (Montrell Teague) was next with Super Imposed N (Callahan) third. One race earlier, Art Stafford Jr. guided Blazing Bobby Sox home in 1:49.2 to win a $16,000 Winners-Over pace. Forty Five Red (Mike Cole) and Cajon Lightning (Stafford Jr.) were second and third respectively. Art Of Fire made it five wins in a row in an $18,000 Conditioned pace. Jonathan Roberts drove the winner for trainer Kevin Lare, and breeder-owner Forest Bartlett ash Is King (Callahan) was next. Wichita Lineman (Allan Davis) was third Jet Airway (Callahan) also kept a streak going, notching his fourth straight, a 1:51.1 winner in a $25,000-$30,000 Claiming Handicap.The other high-price claiming pace was won by Im Supersonic A (Sean Bier), who fashioned a 1:50.2 triumph in another top claimng pace. Art Stafford Jr. had a triple, Tim Tetrick, Sean Bier and Tony Morgan had driving doubles. The Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) 3-year-old trotting and pacing stakes program completed two preliminary weeks of $20,000 sophomore legs of trotting and filly events during the week- The top eight-point getters in each of the four sophomore divisions returned for $100,000 championship finals Sicily won the close vote of the Delaware Valley chapter, U.S. Harness Writers Association Horse of the Meet for Horse of the Meet honors. Major Uptrend, trotter Theresademoninme, Major Uptrend and Cyclone Kiwi N were next in the balloting. Red -hot Tim Tetrick, a former track champion, overtook seven-time defending champion Corey Callahan, for the Leading Driver title and for the fifth consecutive season Dylon Davis is Leading Trainer. DURING THE WEEK: Tim Tetrick drove five winners while Very Dark won the feature trot and Ballinrobe, the top Pace on Monday (March 26) Ross Wolfenden was in the bike to steer Very Dark to his second win-in-a-row to win the $12,000 Winners trot in 1:57. The outside post was no concern to Vic Kirby who left fast and chalked up his fourth win of 2017 for new owner Don Fowler who claimed the gelding last week. The 1:51.4 victory came in a $15,000-$17,500 Claiming pace. Tim Tetrick started his 5-win day taking both ends of the daily double. Driver Tony Morgan, trainers Josh Green and Brian Malone had two wins each. On Tuesday (3/26) Tim Tetrick won five races for the second straight day while on Theresademoninme won the $30,000 Open/Handicap trot for the third straight week Theresademoninme rolled out of post 7 to snatch the early lead and was never headed in a 1:53.2 victory, his third straight and fifth in the last seven feature trots at the track with Jonathan Roberts driving. Rock Of Cashel (Corey Callahan) closed with a rush to finish second while Gural Hanover (Tony Morgan) in his second race of the year, finished third in the feature. After winning the daily double again and the first three races, Tetrick steered breeder Delbert Cain and Nanticoke Racing's Howard Taylor and Rich Lombardo's Holiday Promise notched a 1:55 score in a $15,000 Winners trot, his second straight win. In addition to Tim Tetrick's five bagger, Tony Morgan and Corey Callahan had doubles. Terror At Night caught front-pacing Nerida Franco N in the final stride to win the last $30,000 Mares Open/Handicap feature of the meet on Wednesday, March 28. Driver Mike Cole pulled Terror At Night out of third and followed Apple Bottom Jeans on the outside before moving three wide turning for home. The 5-year-old hustled down the lane just in time to catch Nerida Franco N (Allan Davis) in the 1:50.4 event. Divas Image (Tetrick) closed strongly to finish third. Stormtracker (Tetrick) made good use of post 1 scoring a front-end 1:52 triumph in a $22,000 conditioned pace. Shesarocker (Vic Kirby) was the place finisher with Legio X Equestris (Montrell Teague) third. Use Your Noodle, trained by Les Givens, was at the top of her game notching a 1:51.1 wire-to-wire conquest in a $16,000 Mares Winners-Over pace.---Tetrick guided Snappy Dresser, conditioned by Josh Green, to victory in a $15,000 female pace, giving her a third win in her last four efforts. Two drivers had triples, Tony Morgan and Tim Tetrick, who had five wins the first two nights of the week added a three-bagger, Art Stafford Jr. had a double as did trainer Les Givens and Nanticoke Racing Inc. and Jeff Fout, a former standout driver in Ohio, won both ends of the daily double for owners Bay Pond Stable. Tim Tetrick, with a strong March finish upended seven-time defending champion Corey Callahan in dash-winning drives. Tetrick won 143 wins. Callahan had three wins, and totals 136 wins Tony Morgan is third with 116 wins. Vic Kirby is fourth with 82 and Art Stafford Jr., is fifth, with 76 wins. Defending champion Dylan Davis top the trainer standing with 44 wins, Josh Green is second with 36 wins, Wayne Givens, third, 33 winners. Jim King is fourth with 32 wins. Nick Callahan and Brian Malone are tied for fifth place with 28 winners. Following the upcoming Harrington Raceway meet, Dover Downs harness resumes next Fall. Marv Bachrad

Déjà vu Blue, Super Fly, Go Sandy Go and Slick Tony were winners of $100,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) finals on the closing harness racing card of the Dover Downs 2017-2018 season on Thursday, March 29. With Delaware Gov. John Carney and members of his staff on hand, as usual a large crowd of fans turned out to watch the four state-bred three-year-old trotting and pacing finals, two 1:49.4 feature races and meet horsemen top honors presented. Tim Tetrick was Leading Driver of the 81-programs season. Tetrick fininshed with 11 wins more than Corey Callahan, who had won the previous seven titles in a row. Dylan Davis was Leading Trainer at the meet for the fifth consecutive season. Free For Aller Sicily, who won five top features with sub-1:50 victories including 1:48.4, the fastest time of the Meet, won a tight ballot by Delaware Valley chapter U.S. Harness Writers Assocation members, voted Horse of the Meet. On the track, Déjà vu Blue, driven by Tim Tetrick, bested arch-rival Star Sapphire (Russell Foster) by a head to win the sophomore filly trotter event. Vandalous (Callahan) was third. Super Fly overpowered seven rivals in 1:55.2 to win the $100,000 male trot with Art Stafford Jr. in the bike. Bother Kenny (Tetrick) was runner-up with Seafood Suzie Blue (Jason Green) third. Go Sandy Go, with Jason Green driving, lowered her lifetime fastest mark to 1:53.2 romping to victory in the DSBF $100,000 filly pace. Gracefullyforgiven, with Art Stafford in the bike, was second in front of Studio Session (Sean Bier) third. Slick Tony, owned by breeder George Leager and piloted by Russell Foster, took home the soph colt and gelding pace $100,000 championship with a 1:53.4 performance. Transitioning Joy (Teague), and Evolutiion Tour (Tetrick) were second and third. Major Uptrend with Tony Morgan, paced his fourth sub-1:50 mile of the meet scoring a 1:49.2 triumph in the $35,000 Preferred/Handicap, the top race on the regular card. Sicily (Montrell Teague) was next with Super Imposed N (Callahan) third. One race earlier, Art Stafford Jr. guided Blazing Bobby Sox home in 1:49.2 to win a $16,000 Winners-Over pace. Forty Five Red (Mike Cole) and Cajon Lightning (Stafford Jr.) were second and third respectively. Art Of Fire made it five wins in a row in an $18,000 Conditioned pace. Jonathan Roberts drove the winner for trainer Kevin Lare, and breeder-owner Forest Bartlett ash Is King (Callahan) was next. Wichita Lineman (Allan Davis) was third. Jet Airway (Callahan) also kept a streak going, notching his fourth straight, a 1:51.1 winner in a $25,000-$30,000 Claiming Handicap.The other high-price claiming pace was won by Im Supersonic A (Sean Bier), who fashioned a 1:50.2 triumph in another top claimng pace. Art Stafford Jr. had a triple, Tim Tetrick, Sean Bier and Tony Morgan had driving doubles. Delaware harness racing now moves to Harrington Raceway with April 9 opening day. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del. --- Terror At Night caught front-pacing Nerida Franco N in the final stride to win the last $30,000 Mares Open/Handicap feature of the harness racing meet on Wednesday, March 28 at Dover Downs Driver Mike Cole pulled Terror At Night out of third and followed Apple Bottom Jeans on the outside before moving three wide turning for home. Cole hustled the Western Terror-Enhance The Night five-year-old down the lane just in time to catch Nerida Franco N (Allan Davis) in the 1:50.4 event, equaling her lifetime mark. The victory was her fourth of the year with a second in nine races. She now has won $50,800 in 2018 and 19 races lifetime and $293,701 in her career. Divas Image (Tim Tetrick) closed strongly to finish third. Stormtracker and Tetrick made good use of post 1 scoring a front-end 1:52 triumph in a $22,000 conditioned pace. It was the Big Jim-Stonebridge Breeze brown mares' fourth win of the year with two seconds in six starts trainer Linda Tosscano and owners Jay Mehlenbacher, Enviro, Camelot and Bay's stables Shesarocker (Vic Kirby) was the place finisher with Legio X Equestris (Montrell Teague) third. Use Your Noodle, trained by Les Givens, was at the top of his game notching a 1:51.1 wire-to-wire conquest in a $16,000 Mares Winners-Over pace for Henry Faragalli III, Feeney, Johnson and Nanticoke Racing. A five-year-old daughter of Artzina-Lo Gophobia, she bested Fashion Showdown (Morgan), second, and Hold It Hanover (Eddie Davis Jr.), third, to the finish line. Use Your Noodle has now won 16 times in her career banking $249,440. Tim Tetrick guided Huff Racing Stable's Snappy Dresser, conditioned by Josh Green, to victory in a $15,000 female pace, giving her a third win in her last four efforts. The Vintage Master-Elegant Girl four-year-old won for the third time this year. Gypsy Rose (Teague) and Said It Best (Callahan) were second and third respectively. There were two $15,000 DSBF three-year-old consolations. Trainer-drier Jeff Fout drove both winners owned by Bay Pond Racing. America First, a Roddy's Bags Again -PH Diagnosis colt won the colt consolation in 1:54.3 trailed by Friends forever (Cole) and Foxbriar Romeo (A. Davis). The filly consolation went to Peak Of Chic, a Roddy's Bags Again-Fit N Bad daughter ibn 1:55. Whistlers Sister (A.Davis) was second. River Dreams (Cole), third. On Thursday, an outstanding final day of the meet program led by four $100,000 DSBF Finals and a powerful 14-race card featuring $40,000 Preferred pace and presentation of the Horse Of The Meet, Leading Driver and Leading Trainer honors. Two drivers had triples, Tim Tetrick, who had five wins the first two night s of the week added a three-bagger, At Stafford Jr. had a double as did trainer Les Givens and Nanticoke Racing. Trainer Jeff Fout, a former standout driver in Ohio, won both ends of the daily double for owners Bay Pond Stable. Post time is 4:30 p.m. Parking and admission to Dover Downs is free. Dine in the Winners Circle Restaurant featuring an excellent buffet daily. Reservations are suggested. Call 302-674-4600. Simulcasting of leading harness and thoroughbred racing is offered in the Dover Downs Race & Sports Book. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del.--- Following two preliminary legs, the eight qualifying trotters and pacers vie in four $100,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund finals heading a powerful harness racing meet-closing program topped by a $35,000 Preferred pace and two $25,000-$30,000 Claiming paces, on Thursday (March 29) at Dover Downs. Post time is 4:30 p.m. Serendipity Stable's Star Sapphire (Russell Foster), winner of both $100,000 freshmen titles, takes on Taylor, Lazzaro, Casalino and Davis’ Déjà vu Blue (Tim Tetrick), Vandalous (Corey Callahan), owned by Chambers, Fuqua, BCJM's and Uptown Spunk (Roger Plante), racing for Callam and LeBlanc racing's in the DSBF filly trot, the first title event. Poliseno and Dunavant's Sky Marshall (Carlo Poliseno), a two-year-old DSBF champion, meets Super Fly (Art Stafford Jr.); owned by Raymer, Moss and Stafford's; Seafood Delight and Green's Seafood Suzie Blue (Jason Green) and Brother Kenny (Tetrick) in the DSBF sophomore colt and gelding trot final. Outten, Lombardo and Green Racing's Go Sandy Go (J.Green); Pedal Power (Tetrick), owned by Darrell and Leah Lewis; Jeff and Dave Clark's Gracefullyforgiven (Stafford Jr.) and George Teague's Ibetyoucanwiggle (Montrell Teague) batten it out for the DSBF filly pace. The last $100,000 final match the male pacers. George Leager bred and owned Slick Tony (Foster), the DSBF freshman champion; George and Joy Teague's Transitional Joy (Teague), JoAnn Loooney-King's Evolution Tour (Tetrick), leave from posts 1,2 and 3 respectively. Two newcomers join the $35,000 Preferred pace- McGill, Carsey, Friedland and Triple D Stable's Normandy Beach (Jonathan Roberts) who last competed in the $306,000 Hap Hansen Progress Pace last November and Nick Surick and KDN Sable's Machtu N (Pat Berry)-take on Sicily (Teague), owned by Reg Hazzard and Legacy Racing, Major Uptrend (Morgan) racing for Nis Allen and Crissman Inc.; Wood, Dittmar, Iaquinta's Soto (Stafford Jr.), Looney-King's Little Ben (Tetrick) and Mike Hall and David Hamm's Super Imposed N (Callahan) on the regular card. During the card, the 2017-2018 Horse of the Meet, Leading Driver and Leading Trainer presentations will be made. Dover Downs offers a 50-cent Pick 5 wager, starting with the 2nd race through the 6th. A late daily double is carded for the 13th and 14th races. On meet-closing day, a fine and varied selection of food is available to enjoy while watching the races at the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races is featured daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Race and Sports Book. Dover Downs and its horsemen, thank all fans and harness media for their support during the season. A reminder, Delaware harness racing resumes at Harrington Raceway on Monday, April . See you again next Fall! Marv Bachrad

Dover, Del….Harness racing driver Tim Tetrick won five races for the second straight day while on Theresademoninme won the $30,000 Open/Handicap trot for the third straight week on Tuesday (March 27) at Dover Downs. Theresademoninme rolled out of post 7 to snatch the early lead and was never headed in a 1:53.2 victory, his third straight and fifth in the last seven feature trots at the track. Jonathan Roberts was in his regular spot driving the Kadabra-Tortoni gelding to his 28th career trip to the winner’s circle giving him lifetime earnings of $424,578. Dylan Davis trains and owns Theresademoninme, a five-time winner, three seconds and a third in 10 starts, with his major patron, Mike Casalino Jr. Rock Of Cashel (Corey Callahan) closed with a rush to finish second while Gural Hanover (Tony Morgan) in his second race of the year, finished third in the feature. After winning the daily double again and the first three races, Tetrick steered breeder Delbert Cain and Nanticoke Racing’s Go Byem to a third consecutive victory in 1:54.3 in a $15,000 Winners-Over trot. Tough Mac (Callahan) led most of the way before tiring in the stretch. Go Byem came thee wide around the final turn on the way to the win. Blownoutofthewater (Morgan) was second with Royal Becca J (Jack Parker Jr.) third. Howard Taylor and Rich Lombardo’s Holiday Promise notched a 1:55 score in a $15,00o Winners trot. It was the second straight win for the Holiday Road-Promisemespring four-year-old mare trained by Josh Green with Tony Morgan in the bike. Splashed (Ross Wolfenden) was runner-up in from of Jackson’s Gold (Vic Kirby).  In addition to Tim Tetrick’s five bagger, Tony Morgan and Corey Callahan had doubles BETTERHAVEANOTHER SEEKS 4TH $30,000 MARES OPEN HANDICAP Betterhaveanother, a winner of three $30,000 Mares Open Handicap paces already this meet leaves from post 8 in the last top female pace of the season on Wednesday (March 28) at Dover Downs. A $15,000 and a $12,000 female pace top the undercard. Post time is 4:30 p.m. Counting a February win at the Meadowlands, Bettorhaveanother is a winner of her last four of five starts. Tony Morgan has driven her in all her locals starts for trainer Ron Burke and owners Weaver Bruscemi and Burke Racing, Two of her challengers won their previous races; Gary Ewing's Sweet Bobbie guided by Art Stafford Jr. and Marion Beachy's Berazzled with Jonathan Roberts. Mike Hall and Dave Hamm's front-pacing Nerida Franco N leaves from the rail for Allan Davis .Terror At Night, owned by Arlene Paisley, Ed Maas and Nanticoke Racing is enjoying a good year and is handled by Mike Cole. Breakaway Stable's Valuable Art and Corey Callahan, moves from post 7 last time to post 4 in this one. KDK Standardbred's fast homebred Apple Bottom Jeans, piloted by Vic Kirby raced well in her first start of 2018 and not to be overlooked is Divas Image, who started the new year with three consecutive wins for owners Our Horse Cents, J&T Silva and Stable 45, will be driven by Tim Tetrick, Jay Mehlenbacher, Enviro, Camelot and Bay stable's Stormtracker (Tetrick) leads a $22,000 Mares sub-feature; a $16,000 Mares Winner-Over, a $15,000 and a $14,000 female pace are on the strong undercard. Live racing at Dover Downs for the 2017-2018 season comes to a close on Thursday(March 29) with a powerful card featuring four $100,000 DSBF Three-Year-Old finals and a $40,000 Preferred pace heading a 14-race program. Post time is at 4:30 p.m. Dover Downs' features a 50-cent Pick 5 wager starting with the 2nd race through the 6th. A late daily double is carded for the 12th and 13th races. Watch the live racing and enjoy fine food at the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races each day from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Race and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad

Dover, Del… Harness racing driver Tim Tetrick drove five winners while Very Dark won the feature trot and Ballinrobe, the top Pace on Monday (march 26) at Dover Downs. Ross Wolfenden was in the bike to steer Frank Chick’s Very Dark to his second win-in-a-row to win the  $12,000 Winners trot in 1:57. Muscle Ville (Tony Morgan) came on to finish second with Broadway Joe (Rick Murphy) the show horse.  Ceba Horsey conditions Very Dark, a Glidemaster-Leila four-year-old mare, to her third win of the year. The outside post was no concern to Vic Kirby who left fast and chalked up his fourth win of 2017for new owner Don Fowler who claimed the Bettor’s Delight-Lisbellae gelding last week. The 1:51.4 victory came in a $15,000-$17,500 Claiming pace. Willard Reynolds now trains the winner who has three wins in his last four starts with a second. Ballinrobe won for the 22nd time in career and now boasts earnings of $262,956 lifetime. Lew’s Maverick (Morgan), also claimed last week, was second.  Cashendash Hanover (Tetrick) the race favorite, was third.  Tim Tetrick started his 5-win day taking both ends of the daily double.  Driver Tony Morgan, trainers Josh Green and Brian Malone had two wins each. THERESADEMONINME LOOKS FOR 3RD STRAIGHT 30,000 OPEN TROT Following last week's impressive win, Theresademoninme brings a three-race win streak into the week's top trot, the $30,000 Open, on Tuesday (3/27) at Dover Downs. Post time is 4:30 p.m. Seven quality trotters lineup in the feature $30,000 Open Handicap trot with Mike Casalino Jr. and Dylan Davis' Theresademoninme on the outside with Jonathan Roberts at the controls.The veteran squaregaiter has already won four of his nine starts this year with three seconds and a third, all in the track's top trot. Last Tuesday, over an off-track, super sharp I Like My Boss, who finished second for the third time in-a-row with Allan Davis in the bike for owner-breeders trainer Bob Shahan and Jimmy and Ashley Parsons. Celebrity Pegasus, who set the track record for an older trotter last year at this time, was third for owners Ken Wood, Bill Dittmar, Steve Iaquinta, and Minisink Farms, in the quality field. Another Metropolitan-area favorite, Gural Hanover, racing for Weaver Bruscemi, Little E, Panhellenic Stable and Burke Racing, with Tony Morgan driving, makes his second start of the year, after finishing a good third at the Meadowlands. Corey Callahan will drive Joe Jannuzelli and Jeff Ruch's hard-hitting Rock Of Cashel, who has been a popular feature race performer at Yonkers early this season. Dana Parham, CC Racing and Triple D Stables' Lazurus teamed with Tim Tetrick and Mark Ford's Dynamic Edge, a winner of two of his last three, gets the rail with Vic Kirby piloting. On the strong under card Delbert Cain and Nanticoke Racings Go Byem (Tetrick) puts a two-race win streak on the line in a $15,000 Winners-Over trot facing Mike Casalino Jr.'s Tough Mac (Callahan) and Chip Moore's Royal Becca J.(Jack Parker Jr.). and Brenda Teague's Sheez On A Cruze (Montrell Teague), a winner of five of her last seven, seeks to return to winning ways in another $15,000 trot. There are also two $13,000 paces on the card. This is the final week of the Dover Downs 2017-2018 season. Closing day is Thursday, March 29. Dover Downs features a 50-cent Pick 5 wager starting with the 2nd race through the 6th. A late daily double is carded for the 13th and 14th races. Dover Downs season winds up with programs through Thursday with post time at 4:30 p.m. An excellent selection of food is available while watching the races at the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races each day from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Race and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del--- The final week of the Dover Downs 2017-2018 season begins with a harness racing twin-feature on Monday, (March 26). Post time is 4:30 p.m. Nine lineup for the $13,000 feature trot led by a pair winners last time out, Very Dark and Broadway Joe. Ross Wolfenden drove Frank Chick's Very Dark to a wire-to-wire victory from post 7. This time, the four-year-old mare, who has been 1-2-3 in four of five starts, leaves from post 1.Broadway Joe, trained and driven by Rick Murphy, who owns the four-year-old with his wife Benalee, made good use of a 2-hole trip. Dan Esh's Hannah's Charm and Tim Tetrick have finished second in four of her last five outings. My Big Kadillac is another who has been close in each of his 10 previous race finishing in the money seven times with trainer-driver Vince Copeland. Ifya Start Me Up and driver Allan Davis overcame starting from outside post 8vwnile Iron Mine Branch's Muscle Villa with Tony Morgan trades posts from 8 to 2. Other contenders are Mr. Jubilant handled by Art Stafford Jr. owned by Bob Wyatt, Robin West and Ron Benton; lean-N-Green Stable's Nice Stuff with Wayne Long and Arty Fonster's Affair Of Honor piloted by Russell Foster from post 9 in the second tier. Dylan Davis' Cashendash Hanover (Tetrick) and Rolling Ring Afire (Wolfenden) seek to extend their win streak in the $15,000-$17,500 Claiming Handicap. Three others race for a new owner, all claimed last time. Bob Cacamesa's Mister Virgin (Corey Callahan, Joe Wehausen's Law's Maverick (Tony Morgan) and Don Fowler's Ballinrobe (Vic Kirby). Pam Dontone's Wet Shark (Sean Bier) and Tim Mumford's False Respond (At Stafford Jr.). The Dover Downs 2017-2018 meet ends this Thursday (3/29). In addition to a strong race program, after two weeks of preliminaries, the top eight point-getters in each of the four DSBF sophomore divisions return for $100,000 finals on the season ending card. Dover Downs offers a 50-cent Pick 5 wager which starts with the 2nd race through the 6th. There is also a late daily double on the 13th and 14th races. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight. There is no charge for general parking and admission at Dover Downs. Reservations are suggested for the acclaimed Winner's Circle Buffet Restaurant and those planning a stay at the 4-star Dover Downs Hotel. Call 302-674-4600. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del.--- Super Imposed N rang up a 1:50.1 triumph in the $35,000 Preferred pace; Art Of Fire took the $22,000 Winners pace while the harness racing filly pacers Go Sandy Go and Gracefullyforgiven and male pacers Evolution Tour and Slick Tony won 20,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) 2nd leg three-year-old preliminaries on Thursday (March 22) at Dover Downs. Corey Callahan guided Super Imposed N between horse to catch front-pacing Major Uptrend in the final strides for a 1:50.1 victory in the week's top pace. Trainer Mike Hall and David Hamm own the Jereme's Jet-Madam Superior gelding who won a feature race for the fourth time this meet. He has now won $191,203 lifetime. Due to Wednesday's snow cancellation, there were four $20,000 DSBF three-year-old preliminaries raced, two of them non-wagering prior to the regular card. In the first, Jason Green drove Go Sandy Go wire-to-wire in 1:54 to win the $20,000 division. Brent Outten, Rich Lombardo and Green Racing own the Roddy's Bags Again-Bit Of Trick filly to her fourth lifetime win in six starts. Jeff and Dave Clark's homebred Gracefullyforgiven, with Art Stafford Jr. in the bike won the second filly pace division with a 1:55.2 mile. A black daughter of Roddy's Bags Again -Bluebird Wanda, the win was her sixth in eight lifetime outings. Gloria Pierre (Eddie Davis Jr.) was next with Lydia (Ross Wolfenden) the third finisher. Tim Tetrick led off the regular program steering JoAnn Looney-King's Evolution Tour to her sixth win in 10 races and $111,550 in career earnings notching a 1:53.4 win in the first $20,000 colt prelim. GWT (Montrell Teague) and Own It (Wolfenden) finished second and third. In the second $20,000 DSBF pace, Slick Tony (Russell Foster), the winner of both the Dover Downs and Harrington $100,000 finals, defeated Transitioning Joy (Montrell Teague) in 1:52.3 with Burn Brighter (Tetrick) third.. The George League bred and owned son of No Spin Zone-Queen Kathy, won for the 10th time in 13 races. He has won $166,797 in his career All four DSBF sophomore divisions will culminate in $100,000 finals on meet closing day, next Thursday (March 29) featuring the top eight point-getters in colt and filly trot and pace Dover Downs champions decided. Ion the first of two $25,000-$35,000 Claiming paces, Russell Foster drove the longest shot on the board, 62-1 Letsmakeawish, from last on the final turn to a nose victory in 1:52.3 to beat Im Supersonic A (Sean Bier) at the wire. The race marked the end of a six-race win streak for Cyclone Kiwi N Callahan). Corey Callahan had three winners, Tim Tetrick two. A varied menu of fine foods is available to diners watching the races from the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races continue each day from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Dover Downs Race and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del.--- Weather permitting, four Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) three-year-old events bring to a close preliminary rounds and an outstanding 16-race harness racing program in Dover Downs' penultimate racing. Major Uptrend, A 1:49.2 winner of last week's $35,000 Preferred pace is back Thursday in the week's top feature event, March 22 at Dover Downs. A $22,000 sub-feature and a $16,000, three $14,000 and two $25,000-$30,000-$35,000 Claiming paces are on the standout program. Post time is 4:30 p.m. A pair of non-wagering events precede the regular card. At 4 p.m., George Teague's Ibetyoucanwiggle (Montrell Teague) and Rich Lombardo, Brent Outten and Green Racing's Go Sandy Go (Jason Green), separated by a nose in last week's $20,000 soph filly pace, renew their competition. Pedal Power (Tim Tetrick), owned by Darrell and Leah Lewis, is the one to beat in the second contest. The DSBF sophomore male pacers start the wagering card with the first of two $20,000 divisions. JoAnn Looney-King's Evolution Tour (Tetrick) and George Teague's GWT (M. Teague) start the daily double. Slick Tony (Russell Foster), bred and owned by George Leager, meets Joy and George Teague's Transitioning Joy (M.Teague) and Mrs, Looney-King's Burn Brighter (Tetrick) battle in the second DSBF section. Since last mid- year, Niss Allen and Crissman Inc.'s Major Uptrend with driver Tony Morgan has been a major factor in the top race of the week winning three times faster than 1:50 while Little Ben, racing for JoAnn Looney-King has been one of the most consistent pacers in feature races. Tim Tetrick drove him to a strong second last week. Meanwhile, Soto, owned by Ken Wood, Bill Dittmar and Steve Iaquinta, has been a fixture in top races for several seasons. The rest of the seven Preferred starters are Mike Hall and Dave Hamm's steady Super Imposed N with Corey Callahan, the sharp JJ Flynn, from post 2 with Vic Kirby in the bike, and a pair of winners las time out, George&Tina Dennis' Forty Five Red, Mike Cole driving; and Tom Lazzaro's Never Say Never N with Jonathan Roberts. The DSBF three-year-old division hosts four $100,000 finals on meet closing day, Thursday (March 29). Dover Downs offers a 50-cent Pick 5 wager, starting with the 2nd race through the 6th. A late daily double is carded for the 13th and 14th races. Live racing Monday through meet closing day, next Thursday (March 29) with post time at 4:30 p.m. A fine and varied selection of food is available to enjoy while watching the races at the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races is featured daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Race and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del.--- Déjà vu Blue and Star Sapphire scored impressive harness racing wins in $20,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) 2nd leg three-year-old Filly pace preliminaries on Monday (March 19) at Dover Downs. Déjà vu Blue won the fastest of the prelims scoring one of the fast wins of the DSBF sakes trotting a 1:56.4 wire-to-wire victory, her second straight of her sophomore season. Tim Tetrick was at the controls of the black Anders Bluestone -Classy N Quik filly for trainer Dylan Davis, Howard Taylor Tom Lazzaro and Mike Casalino Jr. On her back was Alpine Chic who sat second the entire route for Allan Davis. Uptown Spunk finished third for Roger Plante. Star Sapphire picked up her first win of the year in her second start in the second $20,000 DSBF prelim. The 2017-2018 freshman champion took the front early and recorded a 1:58 triumph with Russell Foster driving the Tui Stone trainee owned by Serendipity Stable.Vandalous, piloted by Corey Callahan, was next with AB's Royal Punkin the third filly with Pat Berry driving. Cashendash Hanover , who left from the outside and found room sixth, rolled four wide at the top of the stretch for Tim Tetrick and came on to score a 1:51.1 victory in the $15,000 Claiming Pace. The Dylan Davis owned-and- trained veteran won for the third time this year, his 41st bringing his career earnings to $513,519. The second, through fourth finishers in the event, dropped down in claiming price, and were all claimed. Ballinrobe (Vic Kirby) finished second, Mister Virgin (Jonathan Roberts), third and Lew's Maverick (Montrell Teague) fourth. Tony Morgan led all drivers with three wins while owner Hoard Taylor also had a triple. Rivers Tim Tetrick, Russell Foster , Ross Wolfenden, trainer Dylan Davis and owner Howard Taylor had two wins each. Next week, Monday through meet closing day, Thursday (March 29) brings the 2017-2018 Dover Downs meet to a close. Highlight of the event, are four DSBF $100,000 finals featuring the top eight point-getters in each of the four divisions. A changing menu of fine foods is available to diners watching the races from the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races continue each day from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Dover Downs Race and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del. --- Super Fly, an impressive winner last week in the 20,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) 1st leg prelim is the one to beat this week on Tuesday (3/30) in one of the feature events on a strong Dover Downs harness racing card. Post time is 4:30 p.m. Again this week, Super Fly drew post 1 after a wire-to-wire victory with Bosston Cruiser second. Art Stafford Jr. trains and drives Super Fly for Leigh Raymer, Steve Moss and Stacy Johnson-Stafford. Jonathan Roberts piloted Bosston Cruise for owner-trainer Bobby Glassmeyer. Sky Marshal heads the opposition. Owned and trained by Carlo Polis no with partner Jane Donavan, Sky Marshal won last November's DSBF $100,000 final. Bobby Meyer's Brother Kenny will be driven by Tim Ettrick. Josh Green and Seaford Delight Stable's Seafood Suzie Blue with Jason Green; Flywithme driven by trainer Jim King, a part-owner with Elizabeth Harris. Pat Berry guides J Caparotta & P Berry Racing's King's Crown Lite completes the lineup. The top eight finishers after two legs of the DSBF prelim return next Thursday for the $100,000 finals for each of the four sophomore divisions. A powerful field of seven mix it up in the $30,000 Open Handicap trot on the regular card. Mike Casalino's Theresademoninme, a three-time feature race winner in 2018 starts from the outside with Jonathan Roberts driving. The horses finishing second and third last time Joe Jannuzelli and Jeff Ruch's fast Rock Of Cashel and Corey Callahan and Lazurus with Tim Tetrick for owners Dana Parham, CC Racing and Triple D Stables return. Mark Ford's Dynamic Edge and Vic Kirby have a two-race win streak and drew the rail with Bob Shahan and the Parson's I Like My Boss handled by Allan Davis is alongside. Art Stafford Jr. drives Ken Wood, Bill Dittmar, Steve Iaquinta, and Minisink Farms' Celebrity Pegasus. The only newcomer is the talented Melady's Monet and Tony Morgan owed by Melady Enterprises, a winner of more than $1.1 million who has been a regular in Yonker's top trot. Next week is the final week for the Dover Downs 2017-2018 season. Closing day is Thursday, March 29. Dover Downs features a 50-cent Pick 5 wager starting with the 2nd race through the 6th. A late daily double is carded for the 13th and 14th races. Dover Downs races four days a week, Monday through Thursday with post time at 4:30 p.m. An excellent selection of food is available while watching the races at the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races each day from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Race and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del--- The Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) 2nd leg preliminaries featuring harness racing three-year-old filly trotters vying in two $20,000 divisions at Dover Downs on Monday, (March 19). Post time is 4:30 p.m. Déjà Vu Blue and Vandalous won 1st leg tests and will be in separate divisions this week. Tim Tetrick drove Déjà Vu Blue to a front-end 1:58.2 victory last week for Dylan Davis who trains and co-owns the filly with Howard Taylor, Tom Lazzaro and Mike Casalino Jr. Uptown Spunk made a big move with Roger Plante, out of fourth heading to the three-quarters, and then closed strongly to finish second for Callam and LeBlanc racings. Alpine Chic sat second the entire mile in his 1st leg start and was a half-length away from Vandalous at the wire. Driver Allan Davis, trainer Les Givens, Delbert Cain, and Nanticoke Racing own the filly. Chris Yochim, and trainer Daryl Glazer's Earlyshirley Three with Ross Wolfenden drew the rail. Whoa Winna Now bred and owned by trainer Bob Shahan and Jimmy and A.M. Parsons and Charlie Groce's Miss U Jeannie and Eddie Dennis round out the starters. In the other $20,000 prelim, Chambers Racing, Cinbrew Enterprise, Fuquay and BCJM Inc.'s Vandalous (Corey Callahan) was untroubled in a wire-to-wire 2:01.1 victory. Serendipity Stables' Star Sapphire (Russell Foster), the 2017 division champion, finished third in her 1st prelim. Bobby Glassmeyer's Bosston Ruth (Jonathan Roberts) was a third-place finisher last week and again drew the rail. in the bike. Also starting are Clifton Green's Barn Yard Judy (Jason Green), Stacy Johnson- Stafford and Wyatt Starkey's Press Pass (Art Stafford Jr.) and Stop The Jade Farm's AB's Royal Punkin Pat Berry) from outside post 6. After two $20,000 legs this week, the top eight point-getters in each of the four DSBF soph divisions return for $100,000 finals on meet closing day next Thursday (3/29). Dover Downs now offers a 50-cent Pick 5 wager which starts with the 2nd race through the 6th. There is also a late daily double on the 12th and 13th races. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred racing is available daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight. There is no charge for general parking and admission at Dover Downs. Reservations are suggested for the acclaimed Winner's Circle Buffet Restaurant and those planning a stay at the 4-star Dover Downs Hotel. Call 302-674-4600. DOVER DOWNS EXTRA -  # 15, 3/9/18 The Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) kicked off its 3-year-old trotting and pacing stakes program during the week with $20,000 1st leg preliminaries, the.2nd and final legs next week- trotting fillies are featured Monday with colt and gelding trotters, Tuesday. Wednesday is filly pacer day with male pacers complete $20,000 prelims on Thursday.---The top eight-point getters in each of the four sophomore divisions return on March 29 for $100,000 championship finals ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- On Thursday (March 15), the combination of driver Tim Tetrick, trainer Jim King and owner JoAnn Looney-King, and both sophomores are by Roddy’s Bags Again, ruled both ends of the daily double, each $20,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) 1st leg three-year-old Filly pace preliminaries while Major Uptrend was at the top of his game winning the $35,000 Preferred pace.----Burn Brighter  held off Mingo to score a 1:56.1 triumph in the opening leg of the DSBF prelims with Sea Bags third.----Lightning struck again in the second $20,000 division when the driver, trainer, owner trio made the winner’s circle with a 1:52.4 performance in the gelding’s first appearance at three. it was the fifth win of his career with four seconds in nine lifetime starts and banked $101,550 in purses. Race favorite Slick Tony was second in front of Transitioning Joy.----Major Uptrend (Tony Morgan) overpowered six rivals in the $35,000 Proffered Ides of March feature. Tony Morgan grabbed the racetrack early and widened his margin of victory to five-lengths in a dominating 1:49.2 conquest, his third sub-1:50 win of the meet. Little Be enjoyed a 2-hole trip behind the winner but could not close on the :27.4 final panel. Sicily, who did not leave from the outside this week, closed strongly for third place.----  Forty Five Red (Mike Cole) pulled a 7-1 surprise in a $17,000 Winners-Over pace. Mike Cole left fast for the early lead, then came on along the passing lane for a 1:51.3 victory.---- Never Say Never N came on in the stretch for a 1:50.4 lifetime best, to win the another $17,000 pace. It was the second win for driver Corey Callahan and leading trainer Dylan Davis. The third $17,000 pace went to Cash Is King (Callahan) In the first of two top claiming event and Dylan Davis’ Jet Airway in 1:51 took the first, and Sawbuck Hanover (Sean Bier) won the second $25,000-$30,000-$35,000 claiming paces.----Tetrick had four wins, Callahan two and Dylan Davis two training wins. ------------------------------------------------------------                                                                            DURING THE WEEK: Déjà vu Blue and Vandalous scored impressive victories in $20,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) 1st leg three-year-old filly trot preliminaries  Monday (March 12).---Tim Tetrick drove Déjà vu Blue into the lead after the opening quarter and led the rest of  the way for a 1:58.2 lifetime best in the first $20,000 prelim. Uptown Spunk, who made a big move on the backstretch for Roger Plante finished second edging Star Sapphire and Russell Foster third.----Vandalous and Corey Callahan also got the early lead and then hold off Alpin Chic (Allan Davis) to notch a 2:01.1 triumph in the second $20,000 prelim, Bosston Ruth (Jonathan Roberts) was the show finisher.---Ross Wolfenden, Allan Davis, Jonathan Roberts, Russell Foster and owner Howard Taylor had two wins each. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Super Fly romped to a 1:57.3 conquest in the lone $20,000 DSBF 1st leg three-year-old male trot preliminary on trot day, Tuesday (March 13). She’s On A Cruze won her fourth straight while Tim Tetrick posted five winners and Montrell Teague four.---- Art Stafford Jr. drove Super Fly right to the front and had no trouble romping to victory in his $20,000 prelim winning his first 2018 start, his four win in eight races with three second. Super Fly was followed by Bosston Cruiser (Jonathan Roberts) second and Seafood Suzie Blue (Jason Green). In one of two $16,000 Winners trots, Brenda Teague’s Sheez On A Cruze won her fourth straight victory with her nephew Montrell Teague chalking up one of his four winning drives---Dynamic Edge (Vic Kirby) came through with a 1:56 triumph in the other $16,000 division.---- Tough Mac got back on the winner’s ledger overpowering six others in a wire-to-wire 1:53.3 performance in a $15,000  Winners-Over trot.----Big Walls fashioned a !:54.3 victory in a $15,000 Mares pace., the first of Montrell Teague’s four bagger.----Tetrick drove five wins, defending champion Corey Callahan with two wins. Montrell Teague made the winner’s circle four times. Owner-trainer Brenda Teague had a double. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Ibetyoucanwiggle caught favorite Go Sandy Go in the final strides in one of two $20,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) 1st leg three-year-old Filly pace preliminary while Pedal Power won her division easily on a windy Wednesday (March 14). Corey Callahan had a four bagger.---- Montrell Teague moved Ibetyoucanwiggle from the outside into second behind Go Sandy Go after the start of her DSBF $20,000 prelim and stalked the favorite until coming out on the final turn. Following a stretch long battle, Ibetyoucanwiggle reached the finish line first with a head to spare in 1:57.1. Cold N Chilly  (Vic Kirby) was third.---- In the second $20,000 prelim, Pedal Power and Tim Tetrick notched a 1:55.4 decision. The filly has never been out of the money in 10 races- six wins, three seconds and a third while banking $93,443.Lydia was runner-up with Studio Session the show finisher.---In the $16,000 Mare Winners-Over pace, Sweet Robbie (Art Stafford Jr.) raced the six-year-old on the outside moving up to challenge leader Empress Deo at the three-quarters and then got-p in the closing strides for a 1:53 victory.---Berazzled won the richest purse event on the card when Corey Callahan steered a 1:52.4 triumph in a $22,000 Mares Winners pace---She’s My Rock scored a 1:55.1 triumph in the $15,000 Mares pace overtaking favorite Snappy Dresser late in the stretch.----Corey Callahan had four winners,  Montrell Teague, trainer Clyde Francis, breeder and owner George Teague had two wins. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Former Leading Driver champion Tim Tetrick continues to hold the lead over seven-time defending champion Corey Callahan in winning drives with only two weeks remaining this meet, with four wins Thursday, Tetrick now has 137 wins. Callahan had three on Thursday and now totals 132 wins Tony Morgan is third with 112 wins. Vic Kirby is fourth with 76 and Art Stafford Jr., fifth, with 74  wins. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Defending champion Dylan Davis is back in first-place, among trainers with 40 wins, Wayne Givens and Josh Green are in a second-place tie with 32 winners each. Jim King is now fourth with 31 wins. Mike Hall rounds out the top five with 26 trips to the winner’s circle. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del.--- The combination of harness racing driver Tim Tetrick, trainer Jim King and owner JoAnn Looney-King ruled both ends of the daily double, each $20,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) 1st leg three-year-old Filly pace preliminaries while Major Uptrend was at the top of his game winning the $35,000 Preferred pace on Thursday (March 15) at Dover Downs. Burn Brighter held off Mingo to score a 1:56.1 triumph in the opening le of the DSBF prelims with Sea Bags (Tony Morgan) third. An altered daughter of Roddy's Bags Again-Tear Drop, the win came in the second start of the meet. Lightning struck again in the second $20,000 division when the driver, trainer, owner trio made the winner's circle with a 1:52.4 performance in the gelding's first appearance at three. Sired by Roddy's Bags Again from Rare Filly, it was the fifth win of his career with four seconds in nine lifetime starts and banked $101,550 in purses. Race favorite Slick Tony (Russell Foster) was second in front of Transitioning Joy (Montrell Teague). Nissl Allen and Crissman Inc.'s Major Uptrend, a Somebeachsomewhere-Tricky Tooshie gelding, overpowered six rivals in the $35,000 Proffered Ides of March feature. Tony Morgan grabbed the racetrack early and widened his margin of victory to five-lengths in a dominating 1:49.2 conquest, his third sub-1:50 win of the meet. Little Ben (Tetrick) enjoyed a 2-hole trip behind the winner but could not close on the :27.4 final panel. Sicily (Montrell Teague) did not leave from the outside this week, but closed strongly for third place. Forty five Red pulled a 7-1 surprise in a $17,000 Winners-Over pace. Mike Cole left fast for the early lead, then came on along the passing lane for a 1:51.3 victory edging fast-finishing Blazing Bobby Sox (Stafford Jr.) by a nose at the wire. Early leader Gerries Sport (Tetrick) was the show horse. The win was the second in three races for the If I Can Dream-Sakura Hanover seven-year-old. He has now won $629,365 lifetime. Bags To Riches was scratched. Never Say Never N came on in the stretch for a 1:50.4 lifetime best, to win the another $17,000 pace. It was the second win for driver Corey Callahan and leading trainer Dylan Davis. The victory was the second straight for the Bettor's Delight-Maid In Spring five-year-old owned by Tom Lazzaro. JJ Flynn (Tetrick) was a strong second with Downthehighwy (Vic Kirby) the show horse. Highalator was scratched. The third $17,000 pace went to Cash Is King piloted by Callahan for L.W. Hood, Bonuccelli and Breakaway Stable in 1:52.2. A Rocknroll Hanover-Showeherethemoney gelding was cased home by fast-closing Daiymir (Teague) and Sagebrush Sid (Kirby)Mike Casalino Jr. in the first top claiming event and Dylan Davis' Jet Airway in 1:51 took the first, and Sawbuck Hanover (Sean Bier) won the second $25,000-$30,000-$35,000 claiming paces. Next Monday through Thursday DSBF $20,000 2nd leg prelims take place. The top eight point-getters in each of the four divisions race for $100,000 finals on meet closing day, Thursday, March 29. A changing menu of fine foods is available to diners watching the races from the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races continue each day from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Dover Downs Race and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del.--- Ibetyoucanwiggle caught favorite Go Sandy Go in the final strides in one of two $20,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) 1st leg three-year-old Filly pace preliminary while Pedal Power won her division easily on a windy Wednesday harness racing (March 14) program at Dover Downs. Corey Callahan had a four bagger.  Montrell Teague moved Ibetyoucanwiggle from the outside into second behind Go Sandy Go (Jason Green) after the start of her DSBF $20,000 prelim and stalked the favorite until coming out on the final turn. Following a stretch long battle, Ibetyoucanwiggle reached the finish line first with a head to spare in 1:57.1. George Teague owns the Mr. Wiggles-Betting Machine bay who won for the first time in two starts this year. She has won $64,640 lifetime. Cold N Chilly  (Vic Kirby) was third. In the second $20,000 prelim, trainer Darrell and Leah Lewis’ Pedal Power and Tim Tetrick notched a 1:55.4 decision. It was the first start for the Roddy’s Bags Again-Calico Moon filly who now has never been out of the money in 10 races. She has six wins, three seconds and a third while banking $93,443.Lydia (Ross Wolfenden) was runner-up with Studio Session (Sean Bier) the show finishers. This and next week, DSBF $20,000 preliminaries are raced:  Monday through Thursday. After the two legs are completed, the top eight point-getters return for $100,000 finals on meet closing day, Thursday (March 29). In the $16,000 Mare Winners-Over pace, Sweet Robbie pulled heading to the clubhouse turn and Art Stafford Jr. raced the Art Major-Odds On Gobye six-year-old on the outside moving up to challenge leader Empress Deo (Teague) at the three-quarters and then got-p in the closing strides for a 1:53 victory. Gary Ewing owns and trains the winner who won for the second time in 2018. She now has 27 lifetime wins and a $276,376 bankroll. Hold It Hanover (Eddie Davis Jr.) was the third place finisher. Marion Beachy’s Berazzled won the richest purse event on the card when Corey Callahan steered a 1:52.4 triumph in a $22,000 Mares Winners pace. It was the Charley Barley-Razmataz Hanover four-year-old’s second win this year and  Callahan’s fourth winning drive of the day. Goin Again (Vince Copeland) and Roselily (Stafford Jr.) finished second and third espectively.    Bryan Truitt’s homebred She’s My Rock scored a 1:55.1 triumph in the $15,000 Mares pace overtaking favorite Snappy Dresser (Tetrick) late in the stretch. A daughter of Dragon Again –Iosmio, the four-year-old won her second of the year. Littlebitrocknroll (Bret Brittingham) came on for third. Corey Callahan had four winners,  Montrell Teague, trainer Clyde Francis, breeder and owner George Teague had two wins. SICILY, MAJOR UPTREND LEAD SEVEN IN $35,000 PEFERRED AT DOVER Sicily and Major Uptrend, major factors weekly in the week's top pace meet again in the $35,000 Preferred pace, topping another standout Thursday card at Dover Downs on The Ides of March, March 15. Post time is 4:30 p.m. Sicily, who has been timed around 1:50, three wins in 1:49 and another in 1:48.4 this meet, takes on another equally talented veteran, Major Uptrend in this week's $35,000 feature. Montrell Teague drives Sicily for Reggie Hazzard and Legacy Racing from post 7. Niss Allen and Crissman Inc.'s Major Uptrend with Tony Morgan has not lost a race by more than a length since Feb. 1. Soto, a local favorite owned by Ken Wood, Bill Dittmar and Steve Iaquinta, is also a highly competitive fast performer. Mike Hall and Dave Hamm's Super Imposed N with Corey Callahan is racing at the top of his "game" this season. JoAnn Looney-King's Little Ben reined by Tim Tetrick is also in rare form. Bobby Glassmeyer's claim in late 2017, has resulted in four top class wins and a second last week. Jonathan Roberts is his regular driver. A newcomer this week, Cyamach N gets Pat Berry in the bike and leaves from the rail. Four $17,000 paces and two $25,000-$30,000-$35,000 Claiming paces are on the powerful undercard, The DSBF $20,000 preliminaries are found on the daily 14-race programs leading to $100,000 finals on meet closing day, Thursday (March 29). Dover Downs offers a 50-cent Pick 5 wager, starting with the 2nd race through the 6th. A late daily double is carded for the 13th and 14th races. Live racing each Monday through Thursday with post time at 4:30 p.m. through March 29. A fine and varied selection of food is available to enjoy while watching the races at the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races is featured daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Race and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad

DOVER, Del.--- Super Fly romped to a 1:57.3 conquest in the lone $20,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) 1st leg three-year-old male trot preliminary at Dover Downs on trot day, Tuesday (March 13). She's On A Cruze won her fourth straight while harness racing driver Tim Tetrick posted five winners and Montrell Teague four. Art Stafford Jr. drove Super Fly right to the front and had no trouble romping to victory in his DSBF $20,000 prelim. The sophomore gelding owned by Leigh Raymer, Steve Moss and Stacy Johnson-Stafford won his first 2018 start, his four win in eight races with three second and built his career earnings to $79,500. A son of Super Pu k-Mit Feds, Super Fly was followed by Bosston Cruiser (Jonathan Roberts) second and Seafood Suzie Blue (Jason Green). In one of two $16,000Wionners trots on the regular card, Brenda Teague's Sheez On A Cruze won her fourth straight victory with her nephew Montrell Teague chalking up one of his four winning drives. A four-year-old daughter of Crazed-Topcat Hall, she closed to best Broadway Promise (Tetrick) at the wire in 1:55.1. Holiday Promise (Tony Morgan) was the show horse. Ed Gannon Jr. trainee, Dynamic Edge came through with a 1:56 triumph in the other $16,000 division. Vic Kirby steered the Muscle Mass-Shasta La Vista gelding to his second win-in-a-row after three consecutive second-place finishes for owner Mark Ford. Spunky Jack (Roger Plante) was runner-up. Big Valley Speed (Roberts) was third. Tough Mac got back on the winner's ledger overpowering six others in a wire-to-wire 1:53.3 performance in a $15,000 Winners-Over trot. The win was the second for Corey Callahan. The Dylan Davis conditioned altered son of Lockkeeper-Traditional Lady has two seconds and four thirds on his past performance roster before this win in his eighth start of the year for owner Mike Casalino Jr. Consistent I Like My Boss (Allan Davis) finished second for the second straight start with the sharp Filled Donut (Stafford Jr.) third. Big Walls fashioned a !:54.3 victory in a $15,000 Mares pace., the first of Montrell Teague's four bagger. Brit Evans trains to four-year-old by Big Jim -Redwalls Happy Giggles (Mike Cole) was runner-up. Pictonian Dazzle(Tetrick) was the third finisher. Tetrick drove five wins to give his 131 winners this meet, six more than defending champion Corey Callahan with two wins, second with 125 and only 11 more race-day this meet ending March 29. Montrell Teague made the winner's circle four times. Owner-trainer Brenda Teague had a double. Go Sandy Go and Pedal Power head separate $20,000 DSBF Filly pace prelims on the Wednesday card which features a /422,000 Mares pace on the regular program. Live racing is featured Monday through Thursday weekly with a 4: 30 p.m. post time. No live racing Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. TWO $20,000 DSBF FILLY SETS; $16,000 MARES PACE WEDNESDAY Go Sandy Go, Pedal Power lead separate $20,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) 1st leg prelims and a $16,000 Mares pace top the Wednesday (March 14) program at Dover Downs. A $15,000 and a $12,000 female pace top the undercard. Post time is 4:30 p.m. A Brent Outten and Green racing homebred co-owned with Rich Lombardo is the one to catch in the first DSBF prelim. Jason Green prepped the filly with a 1:54.1 win last time out. The $100,000 DSBF Final winner at two, takes on George Teague’s Ibetyoucanwiggle with Montrell Teague, Anne McDonald’s Cold N Chilly driven by Vic Kirby from the rail and Dorothy Ann and Chris Conner’s Lotsa Luck  piloted by Art Stafford Jr. in a six-filly field. Bay Pond Racing’s Peak Of Chic handled by trainer-driver Jeff Fout and Amanda Wagner’s Whistler’s Sister reined by Allan Davis complete the line-up. Dave and Leah Lewis’ Pedal Power (Tim Tetrick) drew outside post 7 in the other $20,000 section. Frank Johnson’s River Dreams (Mike Cole) is fresh from a come-from-behind win last week. Bunker Away (Corey Callahan) races for Bay Pond Racing; K.V. Jump’s Diabolical Spin (Russell Foster) drew the rail with William Moffett’s homebred Lydia (Ross Wolfenden) alongside. The other contestants are Brendan Cook’s Studio Session (Sean Bier) and Bobby Myers’ Gloria Pierre (Jonathan Roberts).    Next Wednesday, the 2nd leg prelims take place. The top eight point-getters in each of the four divisions return on March 29 for $100,000 finals. On the regular card, four horses fresh from victories last time out are among nine starting in the $22,000 Mares feature. Shesarocker, Goin Again, Toodle Lu and She’s A Billionair, who drew the rail, seek to continue their winning ways. A $16,000 and a $15,000 female pace are also on the strong program. Live racing is featured four days a week, Monday through Thursday with post time at 4:30 p.m. Dover Downs’ features a 50-cent Pick 5 wager starting with the 2nd race through the 6th. A late daily double is carded for the 12th and 13th races. Watch the live racing and enjoy fine food at the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations. Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races each day from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Race and Sports Book. Marv Bachrad

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