Allan Davis was hot on a cold Sunday at Dover Downs, driving four winners including Ourea Nourrir in the $15,000 claiming pace on Jan. 10. Pinearosa won the co-feature $10,200 4&5-Year-Old Open Pace.
After consecutive come-from-behind second-place finishes, Davis got Ourea Nourrir to the front early and Dragon Again-Odds On The Hat gelding did the rest recording s 1:52.4 victory in the Delaware $15,000 male claiming pace. Meet leading trainer Wayne Givens conditions the seven-year-old for Sharon White and Legacy Racing. The win is the 23rd lifetime for the career winner of $293,100. Cash Cab (Ron Pierce) finished second but was placed third behind Dancing Rusty (Tony Morgan).
Pinearosa and Eddie Davis Jr. took no prisoners on the way to a 1:54 conquest in a Delaware $10,700 pace for 4 and 5 year olds. Veteran Bobby Myers owns and trains The Panderosa-Pinehaven Amber four-year-old gelding. Well Did (Trace Tetrick) raced second all the way with Youmakemewanadance (Jonathan Roberts) took third money.
Drivers Jim Morand and Bret Brittingham had two wins each while trainers Wayne Givens and Don Brittingham also won two races each.
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