Boudoir Hanover makes it three straight at Dover

Dover, DE – Boudoir Hanover captured her third consecutive win in the Mares Open Handicap Pace at Bally’s Dover on Wednesday (Jan. 10) night.

At the start of the race Majorca N raced alertly to the top forcing Incaseyoudidntknow to take an early seat approaching the quarter-pole. The 1/5 betting favorite Boudoir Hanover left from post eight and floated on the outside. Driver Tim Tetrick then fired the engines and rushed Boudoir Hanover to the top, passing the opening quarter in :27.3. Majorca N accepted the pocket. Boudoir Hanover continued on the engine, leading the field of quality mares to the half in :55.3, a :28 second quarter.

Boudoir Hanover wins again at Dover on Wednesday night for Alagna and Tetrick. Fotowon photo.

Boudoir Hanover continued pacing confidently down the backstretch. Incaseyoudidntknow was first to pull on the outside. Got The Gold took her cue and followed closely second-over on the rim. Majorica N continued in the pocket.

Boudoir Hanover opened up on the field passing the three-quarters in 1:23.2. (:27.4). In the stretch, Boudoir Hanover was in-hand winner by two and a half lengths, pacing the mile in 1:51.1. She paid $2.40 for the win.

Boudoir Hanover (Captaintreacherous) is owned by Riverview Racing, Alagna Racing, Caviart Farms, D. Plouffe and S. Head. She is trained by Tony Alagna and driven by Tim Tetrick.

Majorca N raced in the pocket and finished second. Got The Gold picked up the show spot.

Tim Tetrick won five races on the betting card. The father and daughter combo of Chuck Crisman Jr and Crissy Crissman -Bier recorded training doubles

Thursday’s (Jan. 11) feature at Bally’s Dover is the $27,500 Blue Hen/Open Handicap Pace. Soaring Now ships in from the Meadowlands where he has won four consecutive races. Energetic Hanover, who won last week at Bally’s Dover and I Did It Myway will also provide a strong presence.

Post Time on Thursday (Jan. 11) is 4:30 p.m.

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