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'Cashendash' Halts Win Streak

Published: January 22, 2018 9:40 pm ET

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Cashendash Hanover was not one of three starters in the $17,500 claiming pace, the Monday, Jan. 22 feature race at Dover Downs, but the 11-year-old beat a field of nine winning by a nose in 1:51.2.

Corey Callahan drove the winner for owner/trainer Dylan Davis for the Western Hanover-Castanet Hanover gelding’s first success of the New Year. Letsmakeawish (Russell Foster) closed on the inside for second with Lews Maverick (Montrell Teague) third.

Mister Virgin entered the event with a five-race win streak, a new owner after being claimed a week ago, and a new driver, but had to settle for fourth-place and was claimed again by former owner Ron Davis. Second finisher Letsmakeawish was claimed by Bamond Racing. The other claimee was Myells Rockstar, who was off-the-board.

The longest priced winner of the day came in the second race when Clean-N-Green Stable’s Nice Stuff, a 33-1 shot, in the non-winners of three class, closed on the outside for trainer/driver Wayne Long. Jackson’s Gold (Kirby) was next with front-pacing Vitriolic (Kim Vincent) third.

On Tuesday, Donnie Darko, a winner of two in a row leaves from the outside post eight in a $15,000-$17,500 claiming handicap trot. Tough Mac heads a nine-horse field in the Tuesday $3,000 feature trot. Post time is 4:30 p.m.

(With files from Dover Downs)


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