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Green trainees take both divisions of DSBF stakes Monday

Monday, July 06, 2015  By: Matt Sparacino

 

Harrington, DE --- Delaware-sired pacing colts and geldings kicked off the second week of Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund stakes action Monday (July 6) at Harrington Raceway.

 

In the first DSBF division, Mo Coo Inc. and Jonathan Klee Racing's Quick Art ($7, Tony Morgan) set the fractions after taking the lead in prompt fashion from post position six while Remember Me VK challenged first over and Roddy's Hot Again waited in the pocket throughout.

 

Remember Me VK put in a strong rally but could not get to a game Quick Art, who would prevail in 1:51.3. Roddy's Hot Again was third. It was the first defeat in 2015 for Remember Me VK, who went off as the 1-5 favorite.

 

Quick Art notched his sixth win of the year for trainer Josh Green, who captured both divisions of DSBF action Monday.

 

Michael White's Son Of A Sizzle (Victor Kirby, $2.10) captured the second division with a commanding score over Smoking Joey and Art Season in 1:52.4. The Life Sizzles colt never had an anxious moment in his open length score for trainer Green.

 

John Cancelliere's Special T Rocks (Jon Roberts, $6.60) prevailed in the $12,500 Kenny McNutt Memorial in 1:51.1 for his third straight win for trainer Joe Hundertpfund.

 

The race was named in the honor of long-time trainer/driver McNutt, who had Canadian roots but spent many years racing in the Mid-Atlantic region and passed away earlier this year. 

 

Kirby had three driving wins on the program. 


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