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Dynamic Youth wins $30,000 Preferred at Dover
Thursday, December 12, 2013 - by Marv Bachrad, publicity director, Dover Downs

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Dover, DE --- Despite cold weather, fast miles were in vogue at Dover Downs as Dynamic Youth tripped the timer in 1:49.2 to win the $30,000 Preferred/Open and 10-1 Its That Time scored a lifetime best 1:49.3 mile in the $27,500 Delaware Special on Thursday, Dec. 12.


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Dynamic Youth took the Preferred pace at Dover Downs on Thursday in 1:49.2
Hard-hitting Dynamic Youth, trained by Aaron Lambert, showed his class turning back five sharp adversaries in 1:49.2 to win the week’s top event. Vic Kirby took the 4-year-old altered son of Bettor’s Delight-Always True, who has raced against most of the top horses this season, to the front early and shook off competitors on the backstretch and rolled home a winner for the seventh time this year for K.R. Tucci, C&G Racing and J&T Silva Stables. He has now won $175,400 this season and $841,957 lifetime. Texican N, a recent New Zealand- import raced tough for Ross Wolfenden to finish second. Bullet Speed teamed with Marcus Miller for third.


Eddie Davis Jr. got Its That Time going in the lane and the veteran Real Artist-Mib Hanover horse streaked past front-pacing Mustang Art and Ron Pierce for a 1:49.3 victory, his fourth of the campaign. Owned by David King and E&K Stable, Its That Time increased his career bankroll to $470,371. Mustang Art held on for second with Believe This Bob and Montrell Teague the show finisher. Papa Ray was an early scratch.





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