Sams Treasure came on strongly in the stretch to win the $17,000 4&5-Year-Old pace in 1:54.2 on Sunday, Jan. 30 at Dover Downs.
With Ron Pierce in the bike, Tom Ceraso and Foulk Stables’ Sams Treasure overtook race favorite Bryson Seelster (Corey Callahan) on the way to his third win of the meet in the feature race. Trish Foulk trains the Nobleland Sam-This Is My Life gelding. Bryson Seelster’s two –race win streak came to an end with the second-place finish. Furious Frank (Roger Plante) closed from far back for third.
In the first of two $14,000 4&5-Year-Old Mares paces, Corey Callahan won the second in a row for Jordan and Shane Cabot’s Touch The Cloud in 1:54.1. The victory was the second straight for the Three Olives-Highscape four-year-old trained by John Cabot. Cookie Money (Ron Pierce) was runner-up with Circle Of Trust (Jim Morand) third.
Reuben King’s The Shoe Fits stormed down the lane to win the second $14,000 pace for young females. Vic Kirby was the winning reinsman handling the Misfit-Troubles No Angel four-year-old. One Last Kiss (Tim Curtin) and Imperial Flower (Tony Morgan) were second and third respectively. (Dover Downs)