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Terror At Night wins third straight at Dover

January 31, 2018

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Terror At Night  stepped up to her third consecutive victory in the $25,000 Open/Handicap in 1:52.1 on Wednesday, Jan. 31 at Dover Downs. Tim Tetrick won three races for the second straight day.

The four-year-old daughter of Western Terror-Enhance The Night distaff, owned by Ed Maas III, Arlene Paisley and Nanticoke Racing, remained unbeaten in January with Corey Callahan driving Les Givens-trained Terror At Night to her 18th career success enhancing her bankroll to $266,501. Sweet Bobbie (Mike Cole) finished second with Newborn Sassy (Tim Tetrick), the show horse.

Scandalicious (Jonathan Roberts) led the eight-horse field past the quarter in :26.2 before yielding to Sweet Bobbie who led through the mid-potions when Terror At Night went into action on the final turn.

In the $17,000 Mares sub-feature, Shartin N made his second start in the states another winning one, but the Tintin In Amrica-Bagdarinfve-year-old had her moments during a 1:52 mile. Tim Tetrick steadied the New Zealand female twice during the races when Shartin N made short breaks. Roselily (Ross Wolfenden) cut out the fraction and led until approaching the finish line when Shartin N closed with a rush to get up for the triumph for trainer Jim King Jr. and owners Rich Pollucci and JoAnn Looney-King.  Cocktail Time (Tony Morgan) was third.

Owner-trainer-driver Vnce Copeland put a new 1:53 race record on Goin Again, a Dragon Again-Ain’t Goin Back five-year-old in a $15,000 Mares winners event. The victory ended two lengthy win streaks. Stormtrack (Tetrick) finished second after three straight wins. Pass Line Bluchip (Allan Davis) was third ending her four wins-in-a-row streak.

Barbara’s Shadow came from off-the-pace to win a $13,000 Mares pace in 1:53.2 for owner-trainer Vic Kirby and partners Leigh Raymer and Brian Hoffecker. Use Your Noodle (Montrell Teague as a game second in front of Fast-finishing Skateboard Chic (Russell Foster). The win was the second this year for the Shadow Play-Bababababarnarapan five-year-old.

Tim Tetrick  drove three winners, Vic Kirby and Coey Callahan had  doubles

Little Ben seeks a fifth straight win facing Cajon Lighning and missle J in the $27,500 headiner on the Thursday card.

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