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Seboomook Fool Yah, Jonigold, Angel Face win DSBF prelims
Monday, March 31, 2014 - by Marv Bachrad, publicity director, Dover Downs

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Dover, DE --- Seboomook Fool Yah led off the 2nd leg of the Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) $20,000 preliminaries with a strong 1:54.4 performance. Jonigold won the second division wire-to-wire in 1:55.4.

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Seboomook Fool Yah led off the 2nd leg of the DSBF $20,000 preliminaries with a win in 1:54.4.
Allan Davis took the lead from post 7 in the opening $20,000 prelim and fought off a strong challenge from Megginspin (Ron Pierce) on the backstretch to pull away to her second straight win of the year and ninth career victory in 11 starts for breeder, owner, trainer Garnet O’Marrow. Fashion Guru (Ben Stafford Jr.) sat behind the dueling leaders before closing in the stretch to secure second place. Megginspin was third. A Gamblers Dream-Seboomook Mao filly, the Wayne Givens trainee leads all DSBF 2 and 3-year-old fillies with two season earnings of $130,286. 

In the DSBF 2nd leg division and in similar racing style, trainer Bart Dalious hustled Jonigold away quickly to take the lead at the quarter and then set sail for his first win, after a third last week, in 1:55.4 for The Wiz Kids Stable. The Headmaster-Golden Delicious filly has won three of eight career races. Reflected Art (Ross Wolfenden) who took a shot at the winner heading to the final turn held on second money. Crushed Again (Vic Kirby) was the show finisher

Winbak Farm’s Angel Face registered her first lifetime win scoring a 1:56 decision in the 3rd $20,000 division. Tony Morgan drove the daughter of Rustler Hanover-Angel Place to victory holding off race-favorite Treasure Valley (Corey Callahan) in the stretch. Bettylou Who (Bret Brittingham) finished third. 

The top eight point-getters in the DSBF prelims return next week for $100,000 finals.  

A pair of $20,000 DSBF 2nd leg sophomore filly paces headlines the Tuesday racing card.


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