Tim Tetrick won five races for the second straight day while Theresademoninme won the $30,000 Open Handicap Trot for the third straight week on Tuesday at Dover Downs.
Theresademoninme rolled out of post seven to snatch the early lead and was never headed in a 1:53.2 victory, his third straight and fifth in the last seven. Jonathan Roberts was in his regular spot driving the Kadabra-Tortoni gelding to his 28th career trip to the winner’s circle, giving him lifetime earnings of $424,578. Dylan Davis trains and co-owns Theresademoninme with Michael Casalino Jr.
Rock Of Cashel (Corey Callahan) closed with a rush to finish second while Gural Hanover (Tony Morgan) in his second race of the year, finished third in the feature.
After winning the daily double again and the first three races, Tetrick steered breeder Delbert Cain and Nanticoke Racing’s Go Byem to a third consecutive victory in 1:54.3 in a $15,000 Winners Over Trot. Tough Mac (Callahan) led most of the way before tiring in the stretch. Go Byem came three wide around the final turn on the way to the win. Blownoutofthewater (Morgan) was second with Royal Becca J (Jack Parker Jr.) third.
Howard Taylor and Rich Lombardo’s Holiday Promise notched a 1:55 score in a $15,000 conditioned trot. It was the second straight win for the Holiday Road-Promisemespring 4-year-old mare trained by Josh Green with Morgan in the bike. Splashed (Ross Wolfenden) was runner-up in front of Jackson’s Gold (Vic Kirby).
In addition to Tetrick’s five bagger, Morgan and Callahan had doubles.