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Alleigh Girl wins sixth straight in DSBF prelims at Dover

Saturday, November 26, 2011  By: Marv Bachrad
h Girl wins sixth straight in DSBF prelims at Dover
Saturday, November 26, 2011 - by Marv Bachrad, publicity director, Dover Downs

Dover, DE--- Trotters Alleigh Girl and La Vita Loca Rusty and pacers Seboomook Hooter, Genie's Genie and No Picnic won Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund second leg preliminaries on Saturday (Nov. 26) at Dover Downs.

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Alleigh Girl was a 2:00 winner as she recorded her sixth straight triumph.

Nanticoke Racing and Delbert Cain’s Alleigh Girl made a decisive move after the half to get the lead and record her sixth consecutive victory, setting a lifetime mark of 2:00 to win the first of two $20,000 filly trots. It was one of four driving wins for Ross Wolfenden. Commitment To Win (Roger Plante) was second with Great Quantity (Jeff Fout) third. The victory was the seventh in nine starts for Alleigh Girl (Don Boss Vita-Armbro Odalisk), now a winner of $101,440 this year.

Brad Hanners drove La Vita Loca Rusty to her maiden victory in the other $20,000 DSBF prelim. Bobby Myers trains the Don Boss Vita-Country Inn filly for breeder-owner Carter Racing Stable. Bosston Bell (George Dennis) was a fast finishing second. Jodi Lin (Kim Vincent) took third money. The win lifted La Vita Loca Rusty’s earnings to $19,130.

Seboomook Hooter won the first DSBF filly pace prelim with Wolfenden at the controls. The Garnet O’Marrow bred and owned Badlands Hanover-Stonebridge Bliss homebred, trained by Wayne Givens, lowered her career mark to 1:56 in winning for the second time this season. Joyanna (Ben Stafford) was second-best. Triple Wire (Montrell Teague) took third. The triumph brings Seboomook Hooter to $22,150 in earnings.

Genie’s Genie received a canny drive from veteran reinsman Tony Morgan on the way to a 1:56.4 lifetime record in another filly prelim. Karen’s Assets (Jon Roberts) came alongside Genie’s Genie on the backstretch and even had the lead on the outside before Morgan ushered his Badlands Hanover-Backlash lass back into the lead and she held on in the lane for the win. Preston Burris and Dave Hanauer own Genie’s Genie, a winner for the third time who now has earnings of $57,500.

Four starters in the other $20,000 DSBF prelim were scratched. In a three filly race, No Picnic and Wolfenden sat behind leader Designer Bags, who cut the mile until mid-stretch when No Picnic came out and overtook the leader before reaching the finish line in 1:56.2, equaling her winning time of a week ago. Mac’s Journey (Sean Bier) was third all the way. Badlands Racing and LeBlanc Racing own the winner, a Badlands Hanover-Michiko bay. It was the fifth win in nine starts for the $67,871 winner.

The top eight point-getters in each of the two DSBF frosh filly divisions return next Saturday for $100,000 finals.

The last of the Matron Stakes (3CP) with a $211,465 purse and four $20,000 DSBF colt prelims top the Sunday card.

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