|Dingy's Boy won the fastest Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund division|
In the other non-wagering section, John Wagner and Winbak Farms’ He’s A Primadonna, driven by Eddie Davis Jr., finished second but was placed first upon Command Flight’s disqualification. Bella’s Spunkypunk (Jim Morand) was moved up from third to second, with Command Flight (Bobby Clark) placed third for interference in the stretch.
Solo Command led off the wagering portion of the program with a 2:02 victory in the third DSBF preliminary. Jim Morand, who owns the CR Commando--Solo Act colt with Nanticoke Racing, also drove the winner, who won for the third time this season. Royal Briefing (Art Stafford Jr.) was next. Pure Glory (Jonathan Roberts) finished third.
The top eight point-getters after the preliminaries will race for a $100,000 purse next Tuesday, Nov. 27.
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|Big Rigs put his name in the record books on Wednesday at Dover|
Big Rigs took the lead at the start and never was challenged while recording his fourth win of the campaign in 12 races. The son of Andover Hall--Filly At Bigs, owned by Ed Mullinax, DM Stables and Miller’s Stable, has now won $102,460 this year and $661,146 in his career. E L Rock (Ron Pierce) came on to finish second and Mandabra (Corey Callahan) finished third.
There will be no racing on Thanksgiving Day at Dover Downs.