Corey Callahan, the leading dash-win driver in North American in early 2013 and Dover Downs leader, won six races on the Tuesday, Feb. 26, program on an off track and his track runner-up Ross Wolfenden added four wins himself to dominate the 15-race card.
Wolfenden piloted Art Brewer's Albert to a 1:53.2 victory in a light rain to win the $15,000 Male Claiming pace. It was the 12-year-old gelding's first trip to the winner's circle this year. Music Man NZ (Callahan) finished second. Tivoli Hanover (Tony Morgan) finished fourth but was placed third due to Green Olives' (Kevin Lare) violation of the Euro Rail rule.
Callahan begin his big day driving Dylan Davis' Cantabulous to a 1:55.4 win in a Delaware $7,500 claiming trot. Picard, owned by Nick Callahan and Bonuccelli Racing, scored a 1:56.1 victory for his second win. A third winning trot came when Jamie Marra Racing's Dusty Diamond won a $7,000 conditioned trot. Don Marine's Up Town Watts equaled his lifetime best winning a $15,000 male claiming pace. U-B, bred and owned by Bill and Joan Venables, was Callahan's fourth trotter to win, turning in a 1:56.3 effort in a $7,000 conditioned trot. Callahan's final win came behind trainer Justin Brenneman's Wesmokempeacepipe, a 1:55.2 winner of a Delaware $7,500 claiming allowance pace.
Wolfenden's winners came when Denise Beaver's Prospect Of Whitby won the first of two-straight Delaware $7,500 male claimers in 1:54.4; next, another Joe Hundertpfund trainee, Joe Colosi's Tara Micket, scored in 1:54.2; and his fourth came with Albert Chief N in a $15,000 claimer.
Trainer Hundertpfund and drivers Vic Kirby and Eddie Davis Jr. had two wins apiece.
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