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06/22/2022 5:46 PM -
Navy Blue ($2.40, Art Stafford Jr.), LG's Reed O Wen ($5.40, Jim Morand) and She's All Woman ($2.20, Victor Kirby) all completed sweeps of their Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund $20,000 2nd leg eliminations for 3-year-old trotters Wednesday at Harrington Raceway.
Stafford Jr. and Wyatt Starkey's Navy Blue, a son of Anders Bluestone, notched his 5th lifetime win in 1:58.4 over Canoe Trip and Wolfpack Russ. Navy Blue is trained by co-owner/driver Stafford Jr. The fastest divisional winner was Nanticoke Racing's LG's Reed O Wen, a 1:57.1 winner for trainer Les Givens. The Anders Bluestone gelding set all the fractions and was a narrow winner over Big Daddy D and Jas Bluestone. It was the 8th career win for "LG."
Pam Wagner's She's All Woman had no troubles picking up her 8th lifetime win as the heavy favorite in 1:58.2 for conditioner John Wagner. The Anders Bluestone filly led most of the way and won by 3 lengths over Franky Doyle and True Blue Mist.
The remaining filly division saw Carlo Poliseno's Our Last Penny ($2.40 Tony Morgan) maintain a comfortable lead throughout in a 3-length win over Antares Star and Giant Arbitration. The CR Commando filly atoned for a miscue in her round one elimination, when she broke at the start. She improved to 4-for-9 lifetime for owner/trainer Poliseno.
Allan Davis and Victor Kirby each had 3 wins on the card. Corey Callahan had a double and is just 1 win shy of 7,000 lifetime. Jim Morand also had a double.
Live racing shifts to Tuesdays and Wednesday for the next two weeks prior to the customary summer hiatus on July 6. Post time is 4:30 p.m.