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DSBF freshman prelims continue at Dover

November 19, 2013
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The focus was on freshman trotters on Tuesday at Dover Downs.as second leg Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund $20,000 two-year-old preliminaries continued with Boo's The Boss, Call Me Hal and I Like My Boss recording victories.
 
In the first division, Winbak Charles M and driver Jeff Fout were the apparent 2:01.3 winners, but because of a racing infraction on the last turn, the result was runner-up Boo's The Boss, driven by Allan Davis, placed first. Winbak Charles M was guilty of coming out causing LG's Pride, handled by Jim Morand, to take back. 
 
Bobby Myers bred and trains Boo's The Boss, a Don Boss Vita-Circle M Yankee gelding making the winner's circle for the first time. LG's Pride, piloted by Vic Kirby, was placed second with Winbak Charles M remanded to third-place.
 
Call Me Hal had no trouble winning the second $20,000 DSBF freshman trot. Vic Kirby was never tested as the altered son of CR Commando-Call Me Hazel posted his second straight win and third this season notching a 2:03.4 victory for breeder-owner Winbak Farms. Winmando (Corey Callahan) finished second in front of Odessa (Kim Vincent).
 
Jonathan Roberts, driving I Like My Boss, enjoyed a perfect trip racing behind leader Whichwayrightrleft (Ross Wolfenden) until turning for home. I Like My Boss then zoomed along the passing lane to shoot past en route to a 2:01.2 victory. Trainer Bob Shahan shares ownership in the Don Boss Vita-Vita Wild One gelding who is now unbeaten in two races. Whichwayrightrleft was second with Bosston BHZ (Art Stafford Jr.) third. (Dover Downs)
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