Harrington, DE --- Three $20,000 divisions of the Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund stakes for 2-year-old pacing fillies were contested on the Harrington Raceway program on Monday (Oct. 7).
|I'm Won Rum Wiser was the fastest DSBF winner with a 1:58.4 triumph.|
George and Tina Dennis and The Wiz Kids Stable’s I’m Won Rum Wiser ($4.20, George Dennis) was the fastest winner with a 1:58.4 triumph from post seven in the third division. Trained by co-owner George Dennis, the Headmaster-sired filly was able to grab the early lead before yielding to favorite Crushed Again. I’m Won Rum Wiser would reclaim the lead at the top of the stretch to prevail by a length. Hen’s Playmate was third. It was the second win in two lifetime starts for I’m Won Rum Wiser.
Garnet O’Marrow’s Seboomook Fool Yah ($2.40, Allan Davis) was a well-backed winner in the second division as the daughter of Gamblers Dream cruised to a two length win over Mom Mom’s Little C in 2:00.3. Treasure Valley was third. Trained by Wayne Givens, it was the second career win in four lifetime starts for Sebomook Fool Yah.
The first division, which was contested off the wagering program, was won by Kim and Shayna Dashiell’s Heart Of Steel (Jim Morand), who also won in 2:00.3. Aggie’s Dream was second with Reflected Art third. Heart Of Steel, sired by Artzina, is trained by Doug Lewis.
In the overnight feature on the program, Dandee Racing and Lightning 5 Racing Stable’s Mojo Terror ($3.80, Eric Carlson) notched his seventh win of the year with a 1:53 victory in the $19,000 Open.
Earlier on the program, Elizabeth and Bret Brittingham's Raritan Bay won his eighth consecutive race for trainer Don Brittingham with a 1:54.4 score.
Allan Davis and Eric Carlson each had three driving winners on the 15-race program. George Dennis, Tony Morgan and Corey Callahan each had a driving double.