Sophomore trotters open up DSBF action at Dover
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Three-year-old trotters contested their $20,000 first-round divisions of the last Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund series of 2020, with fillies squaring off on Monday (Nov. 30) and colts and geldings in action on Tuesday (Dec. 1).
Emmy’s Mayflower took the first division for fillies in a swift 1:56.1, defeating Blue Carats and Katie’s Blue Diamond by 7 1/2 lengths. Russell Foster drove the daughter of Anders Bluestone and Sterling Charisma for owner, trainer and breeder Eric Foster.
Happy To Do It won the second filly division in 1:57.3 over Dabigspooky Bootah and Harrington final winner Stella A. Jonathan Roberts steered the Anders Bluestone-Lil Miss Tagliabue filly for owner-trainer Bobby Glassmeyer.
The first split for colts and geldings went to Touch Of White in 1:59. The son of Keystone Activator and Staminetta was driven by Corey Callahan, bred by his brother Aaron, is trained by their father, Nick, and is owned by their mother, Dolly, as Breakaway Racing. Zulu finished second; Chauffeur was third.
Air Time won the second division for colts and geldings in 1:59 over Riddle Me This and Rocky Bomber. Art Stafford Jr. drove the son of Dusty Winner and I Concur for trainer Carlo Poliseno and owner-breeder Jane Dunavant. (DSBF)