Majorca N wins the Mares Open Handicap Pace, at Bally’s Dover

Dover, DE – Majorca N and driver Corey Callahan encountered traffic problems last week and finished a fast closing second. This Wednesday evening (Nov. 16) at Bally’s Dover in the Mares Open Handicap Pace, Majorca N and Corey went down the highway from post eight to pick up the win.

Majorca N made each pole a winning one by setting fractions of :27.1 :56.2 1:24.3.

Longshot Incaseyoudidntknow left from the outside and settled into fourth, racing to the quarter. Incaseyoudidntknow marched first-over down the backstretch and challenged Majorica N (2/5) at the three-quarter pole.
Chase Lounge followed in pursuit, second-over. In deep stretch, Majorca N dug in gamely and won by a nose in 1:53.

Majorca N wins the Mares Open Handicap Pace, at Bally’s Dover. Fotowon photo.

Majorca N (Art Major) is owned by Michael Casalino Jr of New Jersey and Dylan Davis of Delaware. Dylan Davis also trains. She paid $3.20 to win for Callahan.

Incaseyoudidntknow was used twice in the mile and battled to finish second by a nose. Les Givens trained and Jim Morand drove. Chase Lounge was third for trainer Ron Burke with Pat Berry driving.

Art Stafford Jr. won five races on the 15-race betting card.

Bally’s Dover features two elimination races for the Progress Pace Final. Three-year-old colt and gelding pacers battle it out in the eighth and 12th race.

The first four finishers, in the official order of finish, in each elimination race, will return for the $250,000 Progress Pace final. The race will take place on Wednesday (November 23), the day before Thanksgiving. Also on the betting card are the Blue Hen Handicap and Open Handicap paces.

There is a Pick-4 carryover of $1,150, a Pentafecta carryover of $2,482 and a Pick-3 carryover of $989 to Thursday’s (Nov. 17) racing card.

Post Time at Bally’s Dover is 4:30 p.m.

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