Brandon Henley, the youngest driver at the track at age 19, drove When Two Fools Met to victory in 1:55.4 to win the Saturday afternoon $13,500 filly and mare pace on a light rainy Saturday at Dover Downs.
Racing in the middle of the nine-horse field, Henley pulled his 4-year-old I Am A Fool-Heather's Halo mare up to challenge then sped past the leaders and opened up an uncatchable lead in the stretch on the way to his second straight victory. Henley also owns When Two Fools Met, trained by Garey Jump. It was Henley's second win at Dover Downs this meet. Race favorite American Ginger (Vic Kirby) had road trouble and finally was able to close for second. OK Destiny (Allan Davis) was the show finisher.
A 14-1 shot, trainer Jim and Cynthia McGuire's He's Unbelievable won the secondary feature, a $10,500 pace, with a 1:55.1 performance. A homebred altered son of Allamerican Ingot-Blazin Bayou, the 5 year old scored his second win in his last four outings. Intervention (Jeff Fout) finished second with Terror On My Side (Kirby) third.
Tony Morgan drove four winners, Ross Wolfenden had a triple and trainer Tim Crissman and Crissman Inc. had two winners. (Dover Downs)