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Trio of DSBF trots raced on Wednesday at Dover

Wednesday, March 26, 2014  By: Marv Bachrad

Dover, DE --- I Like My Boss, Briefs Or Boxers and Bosston BNZ won their $20,000 first leg Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund 3-year-old male trot preliminaries on Wednesday (March 27) at Dover Downs.

Unbeaten I Like My Boss extended his win streak to five as Jonathan Roberts steered the altered son of Don Boss Vita-Wild One to an easy 2:01.1 victory in the first $20,000 prelim. Jimmy and A.M. Parsons and Bobby Shahan bred and own the winner of two races this year and $85,000 in lifetime earnings. Call Me Hal (Vic Kirby) finished second in front of Boo’s The Boss (Allan Davis).

Owner, trainer and driver Carlo Poliseno and Briefs And Boxers got up in the last step to win the second DSBF prelim, edging Winmando (Frank Milby) in 2:01.1. LG’s Pride (Jim Morand) had the lead in the stretch and held on for third. The victory was the second in nine starts for the Political Briefing-Prestigious Roz gelding.

Bosston BNZ (Don Boss Vita-Rompaway Ruth) made his first start of the year a successful one, scoring a 2:00 triumph in the third $20,000 prelim. Odessa (Kim Vincent) was runner-up with My Boy Charlie (Roger Plante) the show finisher. Art Stafford, Jr. trains, drives and owns the winner with Eli Beiler. Bosston BNZ now has two wins, three seconds and two thirds in seven lifetime races.

The DSBF second leg events will be held all next week, with the trotting colts and geldings back next Wednesday. The top eight in points after two weeks return for a $100,000 final on April 9.

On the regular program, Enrico AS won for the second time in three weeks, coming from behind to notch a career fastest 1:55.1 victory in the $15,500 Winners Over Trot. Hall of Famer Ron Pierce was in the bike for trainer Eric Ell and owners Ken Wood, Bill Dittmar and Steve Iaquinta. Race leader Spunky Jack (Roger Plante) held on for second. Awsome Valley (Tony Morgan) was a close third. A chestnut gelded son of Allstar Hall-Caspian, Enrico AS has earned $34,460 this year and $205,988 lifetime.

Mach Lady, the winningest horse at the meet this year, and Jim Morand won for the sixth time in seven starts, rolling to a 1:54 victory in a $6,500 mares pace.

George Dennis led all drivers with three winners. Pierce, with two wins, is currently in third place in the driver standings (115). Allan Davis, fourth in the standings, and Tony Morgan had doubles.

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