« » »
{{ day.day }} {{ day.day }}

Tetrick caps 11-win day with 5 scores at Dover Downs

November 27, 2007
HOME PRINT

« Return to News

Tim Tetrick capped off a 5-win Monday at Dover Downs driving Sharky Osborne to a 1:51.4 victory in the $35,000 Preferred pace on Nov. 26. Tetrick finished the day with 11 wins, six coming during the afternoon program at Chester Downs. With 1,075 driving wins this year, Tetrick is only three victories away from breaking the single-season record of 1,077 set by Walter Case Jr. in 1998.

 

Leaving from post one in the feature, Tetrick guided the altered son of Cam\'s Card Shark to his 11th victory of the year including the last three in a row holding off fast finishing Up Front Jerry with Corey Callahan along the inside and Quality Western handled by Tony Morgan on the outside. Sharky Osborne is trained by the meet\'s leading conditioner, Josh Green, for Maryland Eastern Shore owners Pete Richardson and Garry Minner. Tetrick\'s winning drive was his third straight on the strong program.  

 

After a big effort parked out for most the mile last week, Immortal Quest N took the lead at the start and was strongest to the wire in 1:52.1 to win this week\'s edition of the $32,500 Delaware Special Invitational with Eddie Davis Jr. driving for co-owners Carter Racing Stable of Greenville and trainer Bobby Myers of Greenwood, Del. Village Blitz, teamed with Tetrick, rolled along the passing lane to take second in front of Beware Beret and Ron Pierce.

 

In the $26,000 Open Handicap Pace, Roger Plante ushered Ross The Boss N down the passing lane to catch front-pacing Dream Rocket and Tony Morgan nearing the wire for a 1:52.4 victory. Ross Wolfenden guided Clinton Longshot to a third-place finish. The win was the sixth of the season for the Falcon Seelster gelding owned by Ken Wood of Denton, Md., and trained by Eric Ell. 

 

Rusty\'s For Real tuned up for next Monday\'s Matron 3-year-old pace by scoring a 1:51.2 decision in a $21,000 winners-over pace. Tetrick steered the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes standout owned by Carter Racing Stable of Greenville, Del., to his fourth win of the season. Next Flight and Jim Morand were a strong second. Black Cat Bone, driven by Ron Pierce, took third.

 

In a second $21,000 winners-over pace, Crystal Art and Ross Wolfenden held off Print It with Frank Milby in 1:51.4. Elm Grove Sam, reined by Pierce, was third. Crystal Art is owned by Carolyn Franklin of Felton, Del., and Bob and Greg Laham of Maine.

 

JK Bettor Be Good overcame starting from outside post eight to notch a 1:53.2 score in a $16,500 3-4-&-5-year-old pace. Backintheday (Roger Plante) was runner-up. Chivalous N (Tim Curtin) took show money.

 

Don Hawk and trainer Dan Warrington\'s homebred Racsan John was at the top of his game scoring a 1:52.3 victory in a $15,500 Male pace. Armbro David (Corey Callahan) was second with Tandar Hanover (Eddie Davis Jr.) third.

 

Ross Wolfenden drove Paisan Hall to his second win of the day for Rodney Long and Tim Hundertpfund, to win the $40,000 claiming allowance in 1:53.1. Sarah\'s Legacy (Ron Pierce) battle the winner hard through the stretch but had to settle for second. Josh\'s Pass (Vic Kirby) was third.

 

Kim Vincent drove Dorothy Conner\'s Baaad Sox, a 17-1 shot, to victory in the first race and closed out the 15-race card driving Park And Madison, off at 10-1, to a 1:53.2 win for Robert H. and Robert F. Short of Harrington, Del. (Dover Downs)

« Return to News