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Badlands Hanover, CR Commando Sweep $100,000 Del. Finals

Thursday, July 29, 2010  By: Marv Bachrad

 

HARRINGTON, Del. --- It again was the same story on Governor's Day, July 29 at the Delaware State Fair, Harrington Raceway's biggest day of its Summer season with sophomore trotters by CR Commando and pacers sired by Badlands Hanover swept the lucrative $100,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) 2010 Three-Year-Old Finals.

 

All four winners of the $100,000 events were sired by stallions standing at Winbak Farm of Delaware. Badlands Hanover not only was responsible for the winners in both the male and female paces, the program's all time leading pacing stallion finished 1-2-3 in each of the two finals. 

 

In the $100,000 DSBF pacing finals. Enee Weenie And Me, a 7-1 shot, closed with conviction for Jim King to out-leg front-pacing McMurray Hanover (Corey Callahan) and Scout Hanover (Ben Stafford) to the wire in colt and gelding final, The Badlands Hanover-Heather And Me gelding won for breeder-owner JoAnn King.

 

Montrell Teague took the lead early piloting George Teague Inc.'s No Bad Luck, winner of the Dover Downs $100,000 soph final to victory in 1:53.4 to take the rich filly pace by 5-3/4 lengths Iosmio (Bryan Truitt) came on for second with Sucha Bad Girl (George Dennis) the show finisher.

 

The superbly bred Airborne Commando, a CR Commando half brother to $1.6-million winner CR Kay Suzie and $900,000 winner CR Excalibur, recorded a 2:00 triumph to win the  $100,000 DSBF Colt and Gelding trot. Rod Allen bred, owns and drove the winner conditioned by Carlo Poliseno notching a 6-length victory.

 

Chocolate N Roses, reined by Bret Brittingham, came on strongly in deep stretch to catch Miss Snazz in the final step for a1:59.2 score. The CR Commando-Confederate Rose miss was bred, owned and trained by Erika Paradee.

 

In the $40,000 Governor's Cup, Mr. Wiggles made a successful return to the track as Corey Callahan guided the son of Badlands Hanover to a 1:51.2 track record for a four-year-old over the half-mile oval. George Teague trains and co-owns Mr. Wiggles with Elmer Fannin. Sniper Hall finished second in front of Solano.   Delaware governor, Jack Markell, made the winner's circle presentation.

 

Ireneonthemove, a daughter of Powerful Toy, used a perfect 2-hole trip to advantage, rolling to a 1:53 victory in the $30,000 Legislative Cup. Rodney Wyatt, senior and junior, is winning owners.

 

Tony Morgan drove veteran JM Vangogh to an easy 1:56.4 victory in the $30,000 Charles Murphy Memorial trot.

 

Gary and Barbara Iles' homebred, another Badlands Hanover performer, Zee Barber, made the winner's circle in the $20,000 President's Cup, as Montrell Teague drove the 1:53 triumph.

 

In $20,000 DSBF consolation events, William Moffett Inc.'s Brisk Clipper, also by Badlands Hanover, strolled home a 1:55.2 winner in $20,000 male pace while Winbak Patty, a Badlands Hanover filly, won the filly consolation in 1:57.4 for the Henry Faragallis, Joe Thomson and trainer Del Cote. 

 

The trot consolations went to My Command To You with Corey Callahan by 7-lengths in 2:01.3 for trainer Steve LeBlanc and the Political Briefing filly, Super Delegate, driven by Eddie Moore for John and Pat Moore closed out the 14-race card. 


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