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Tetrick wins at Dover with Cashendash Hanover

February 05, 2018
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Third turning for home, Tim Tetrick with Cashendash Hanover, took the passing lane route to a three-quarter length 1:52.2 victory in the Dover Downs feature for the second-straight week on Monday (Feb. 5).
 
After a :26 opening panel, the $17,500 claiming pace resulted into a battle between two 11-year-old veterans who have each earned around a half-million during their careers with owner-trainer Dylan Davis' Cashendash Hanover, an altered son of Western Hanover - Castanet Hall, is now at $500,669 lifetime. Runner-up was Fancyfreeshark (Jonathan Roberts), and the youngest horse in the eight-horse field, six-year-old Lew's Maverick (Montrell Teague) closed fast to be third.

In a $12,500 claimer, Sean Bier and Jet Blue Miracle got up in the same winning time of 1:52.2. The Jereme's Jet - Blue Spock gelding owned by R.J.Thomas and trained by Crissy Bier, held off Lee Is A Star (Tony Morgan) with Fire In The Belly (Tetrick) finishing third.

Magic Maddy won the day's top trot in 1:56.4 driven by Tony Morgan. A four-year-old daughter of Majestic Son - Mystic Madeleine, Magic Maddy got to the front early and led the way to a new personal speed record for owners, trainer Vince Bradley and Lou Catana. Hannah's Charm (Tetrick) nipped My Big Kadillac (Vince Copeland) for second-place honors.  (Dover)

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