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Perfect M Forever notches eighth straight win at Dover

December 10, 2008
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Perfect M Forever made it to the winner\'s circle for the eighth race in a row, scoring a 1:53.1 victory in the $26,000 Open Handicap Pace for fillies and mares Tuesday night at Dover Downs.
 
An Ohio-bred 3-year-old daughter of Stand Forever-Perfect Model, Perfect M Forever won through the Ohio Fair stakes and the Ohio sophomore filly championship before moving east and continuing her winning ways. Eric Goodell took the Josh Green trainee to the front early and then shook off a determined bid from Ladyfield (Tony Morgan) on the way to a two-length win in the week\'s top distaff event.
 
Owned by KSJ Stables, Perfect M Forever won for the 15th time in 24 starts this season, only twice off the board. She has banked $108,157 this season. Ladyfield finished a game second. Faithfully (Vince Copeland) was third.
 
Hopefully N, with Brandon Givens in the bike, won for the first time this meet notching a 1:53.1 triumph in the $18,500 filly and mare pace. Seaswift Princess (Mike Cole) closed on the inside to nip early leader Dover Dolly (Vic Kirby) for second. The was the fifth in 2008 for the Totally Ruthless-Maiden\'s Blush 7 year old, now a winner of $91,820 this year.
 
Nick Callahan\'s Mymymylookatherfly had just enough to hold off closing Dill And Grace A (Morgan) in a 1:53.3 mile in a $15,000 distaff pace. Corey Callahan drove the winner to her eighth success this season while winning $$76,290 in purses. Dill And Grace A saw a three-race win streak come to an end finishing second. Wannahuckaloogi (Ron Pierce) was the show horse.

Chloes Silver Star won a $14,500 filly and mare pace for her second straight victory since arriving from Woodbine. Morgan drove the winner for Evans and Foulk Stables. Chloes Silver Star is a 4-year-old mare by Intrepid Seelster-Silver Chloe-Silver Almahurst and is trained b Trish Foulk.

Driver Brandon Givens and trainer Les Givens each had three wins. Morgan and Ross Wolfenden picked up driving doubles. (Dover Downs)

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