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Racing Roundup: DVC Jazzy Jolt, Company After Six win Dover co-features
Sunday, March 02, 2014 - from harness publicists across North America

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Sunday’s (March 2) edition of Racing Roundup features a results story from Dover Downs.

DVC Jazzy Jolt, Company After Six win Dover co-features

Dover, DE --- DVC Jazzy Jolt was strongest in the stretch to win the first of two $9,500 co-features on a rainy Sunday over a sloppy track at Dover Downs.

 
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DVC Jazzy Jolt was a 1:57.1 winner on Sunday at Dover.

Driver Ross Wolfenden had a grand slam and drove both co-feature race winners. He scored his second consecutive winning drive by piloting trainer Ursula Berndt and Frank Bianchi’s Village Jolt-Jazzy Jam gelding DVC Jazzy Jolt to his first win of 2014.

While White Sportscoat (Ron Pierce) cut out the early fractions, Wolfenden was content to wait fourth until the final turn before making a speedy bid to overtake the leader and score by a neck in 1:57.1. Maximum Terror got up to edge Thetruthaboutdavid for third.

Chris Short’s Company After Six was the other Wolfenden feature race winner. The New Zealand-born driver guided the Company Stock-T’s Kicks After Six gelding home in a lifetime fastest 1:55, besting Tune Up (Bret Brittingham) and So Unexpected (Allan Davis).

Wolfenden completed his four winning drives by connecting with Jeanmarie Kurowski’s Osceola Gold in 1:56.2, taking a Delaware $7,500 claiming alllowance.

In addition to Wolfenden’s four, Allan Davis, Bret Brittingham and trainer Don Brittingham had doubles.

-- Marv Bachrad


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