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Four DSBF finals at Harr.

July 30, 2004
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Harrington Raceway played host to a 10-race Governor's Day program Thursday with four $100,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) finals highlighting the card.



Next Flight and driver Jim Morand won the opening $100,000 DSBF contest for 3-year-old colt and gelding pacers in 1:55.3. It was the second DSBF final victory of the year for Next Flight, duplicating his effort in last April's score at Dover Downs.



Faragalli, Cote, Bauman and Faragelli own Next Flight, a son of Shotgun Scott. Trained by Del Cote, Next Flight won for the fifth time this year to boost his career earnings to $171,830.



Jus Chillin Out captured the $100,000 DSBF for 3-year-old filly pacers with a solid 1:55.2 effort. George Dennis drove the gray daughter of The Panderosa for trainer Joe Holloway and the Roll The Dice Stable.



The win was the fifth of the year in 10 starts for Jus Chillin Out, who pushed her seasonal earnings well past the $100,000 mark and career bankroll to $240,858.



Here's Bo Bo notched his sixth win of the year in nine attempts and 12th in 16 career starts in the $100,000 DSBF final for sophomore colt and gelding trotters. Driven by Eddie Davis Jr., the Complex Sea gelding crossed the wire in 2:04.4. Linda MacDonald trains for owner Medford Davis Jr.



Press The Issue won the $100,000 DSBF for 3-year-old filly trotters, scoring in a career-best 2:00.2. for trainer driver Ray Schnittker. Blue Chip Partners owns the daughter of Donerail who won for just the second time in 10 starts this year.



Delaware Governor Ruthann Minner was at the Democratic convention in Boston but flew back Wednesday night so that she could attend and present a special award for the filly trot, which was named in memory of the late Jack Walls, a U.S. Trotting Assocation director and president of Harrington Raceway.
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