Corey Callahan drives 5,000th career winner
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In a $15,500 winners-over pace, Swapportunity scored a lifetime best 1:50.2 victory for Jim Morand driving for trainer Les Givens. Then win was the second in his last three starts for the Mach Three-Swap Blue Chip four-year-old ge;ding. Jet Airway (Callahan) was next in front of Lew's Maverick (Kevin Switzer Jr.).
In the other $15,500 division, the photo-finish camera could not separate Pam Plante's Rock N Roll Heaven –Return To Me gelding Suchasenseofhumor (Ross Wolfenden, one of two training wins for Wayne King, and Casey At Bat (Allan Davis)in 1:52.1. The win was the second of three for the driver and trainer Wayne Givens and Legacy Racing, who shares ownership in the Sportscaster-Odds On Casey gelding with Sharon White and Denise Davis.
In early non-wagering Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund $20,000 two-year-old colt trots-2nd leg events, Jiggs (Vic Kirby) raced side-by-side witrh Master Clave (Ross Wolfenden) down the lane before pulling off for a 2:01 score. Leigh Raymer trainsc the Giant HNit-Mystic Hill gelding for owner Rodney Mitchell.Sea n Bier guided Mooshine Lavev to his second straight $20,000 DSBF win in the other division for trainer and co-owner Erika Paradee and partners Francisca Munoz and Chrissy Crissman Bier. Crosby (George Dennis) and Command The Fire (Callahan) were second and third, respectively.