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Another 7 for Tetrick

February 16, 2007
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Pure Class and Tycoon Bill A won the feature races on a claiming-filled Thursday card at Dover Downs, while Tim Tetrick continued his multiple-win days driving seven winners to increase his total to 26 this week. He won five on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, four on Wednesday and seven on the Thursday card. Previously this meet, Tetrick has had days of eight and seven winners.

Roger Plante drove Marilyn Milbrand\'s Pure Class to a front-stepping 1:54.1 victory in the $30,000 claiming pace feature. The 5-year-old Stand Forever gelding held off a late charge from GE\'s Jackson (Corey Callahan) with Marcus Mainbrace A (Tony Morgan) the third finisher.

Tetrick moved Bill Emmons\' Tycoon Bill N to the front early on the way to a 1:53 decision in the first of two $25,000 claiming allowance paces. Racsan Nuke (Morgan) closed well but could not encroach on the leader at the wire. Fittin Good (Brad Hanners) was the show horse.

In the second division, Morgan won his second race of the day guiding Supreme Dan to a 1:52.1 win for owners Eric and Arty Foster. Iwannabesedated (Tetrick) stormed down the lane to finish second beaten by a neck. Casablanca Hall (Plante) was third.

Jack Parker Jr. steered I Dood It to his third consecutive victory taking a $10,500 3-4-&5-Year-Old pace in 1:56. The Panderosa sophomore held off Icouldonlyimagine (Ross Wolfenden) by a nose at the wire. Pathfinder (George Dennis) was the third place finisher.

In the first $20,000 Delaware male claiming pace, Art Brewer\'s Vested Hanover had just enough to post a 1:54.1 victory, his third in his last four starts, with Hanners at the controls. Quality Import (Morgan) was second in front of Yankee Symbol (Jim King).

Bob Rementer\'s Equinox Hanover, with Tetrick driving, won the other $20,000 Delaware male claimer in 1:54.3. Yankee Apollo (Bret Brittingham) was runner-up. Joey Bravo (Morgan) took third. (Dover Downs)
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