The second leg of $20,000 eliminations for 2-year-old Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) trotters was contested at Harrington Raceway Tuesday. Three divisions of colts were held while there were two for fillies.
Art Stafford and Art Stafford Jr.'s Royal Briefing (Art Stafford Jr.) took the first of two non-wagering events as a 2:03.3 winner in a division for colt trotters. The Political Briefing gelding notched his second straight win with DSBF company.
Meanwhile Pam Wagner's JA Going All The Way (Victor Kirby) won the initial filly division in 2:03.1. A daughter of CR Commando, she also completed a sweep of her DSBF elims.
Nanticoke Racing, Delbert and Michael Cain's Cashmere Briefs ($4, Vince Copeland) was victorious in the second division for trotting colts in 2:05.3. Trained by Les Givens, the Political Briefing colt led every call in his open-lengths win.
In the second division for fillies, Serendipity Stable's Sugartime ($13.60, Tony Morgan) sprung an upset over heavily favorite Country Romance in 2:04.4. Trained by Tui Stone, Sugartime, a daughter of Giant Hit, led throughout as Country Romance's first over bid fell short, though did hold second.
In the final colt division, Nanticoke Racing and Jim Morand's Solo Command (2:03.2, Morand) scored a decisive 2:03.2 win for trainer Les Givens.
On the overnight card, George Teague, Ted Gewertz and Fannin Racing's Yagonnakissmeornot ($4.80, Montrell Teague) was a wire-to-wire winner in $4.80 for trainer George Teague over Chancey Lady and Lorrie Please. (Harrington)