Jazzy Judy, Big Al M win DSBF rookie trots

Dover, DE — Jazzy Judy and Big Al M were best of all in their respective $100,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund finals for 2-year-old trotters on Tuesday night (Nov. 24) at Dover Downs.

Jazzy Judy, part of driver Anthony MacDonald’s TheStable.ca, delivered for her dozens of owners in the DSBF final for rookie trotting fillies. Fotowon photo.

In the filly trot, named for the late Brandywine Raceway and Dover Downs publicity director Marv Bachrad, Jazzy Judy was a dominant 1:59.4 winner, 4-1/2 lengths in front of Designer’s Edge and Kim’s Command. Anthony MacDonald drove the daughter of Political Briefing and Giant Smash for trainer Jim King Jr. and The Stable Jazzy Judy Group — which consists of about 70 people.

The colt and gelding trot was won by Harrington DSBF final winner Big Al M in 1:58.4 over Malachi’s Test and Someofmygoodtime. Eddie Davis Jr. drove the son of Anders Bluestone and Bringing Up Lindy for trainer Eric Davis. Bobby Myers, a successful Delaware Valley horseman in his own right, named his homebred for Kent County (Del.) farmer Al Moore, who also was a notable Standardbred owner.

Two-year-old pacers will contest their $100,000 DSBF finals on Wednesday night (Nov. 25); first post is 4:30 p.m.

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