Harrington, DE – Bobby Myers’ Big Al M ($3.40, Eddie Davis Jr.) was the fastest of four Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) $20,000 2-year-old trotting divisional winners Wednesday(Sept 30)at Harrington Raceway.
The Anders Bluestone gelding marched to the lead from post seven and never relented over Altar Call and Roll Juan. Trained by Eric Davis, “Al” redeemed himself after hitting the wire first last week but being placed second due to a pylon disqualification.
The first filly split saw Harry Marsh Jr.’s Designer’s Edge ($11.00, Bill Long) score a 2:04.4 win over Kim’s Command and Annalee. A daughter of He’s Spooky, Designer’s Edge held off a fierce late bid from Kim’s Command for her first career win.
Rhett ($2.60, Tony Morgan) was heavily favored at 1-to-5 and didn’t disappoint in the final male division as the Keystone Activator gelding notched his second straight win in 2:01.4 for owners Don and David Wiest. Trained by 90-year-old Don Wiest, Rhett led all the way and was comfortable six length winner over Someofmygoodtime and Malachi’s Test.
Providence West’s Toni Lee ($45, Kim Vincent) was a wire-to-wire winner in 2:07.3 in the final filly division over Amy Wil and Azurine. The He’s Spooky filly notched her first lifetime win for trainer/driver Vincent.
Tony Morgan, Allan Davis and Eddie Davis Jr. each had driving doubles.