view counter
 
view counter
 
 

Jag Out Best In Dover Mares Open

Published: November 1, 2017 8:51 pm ET

No Comments | Jump to Comments

Jag Out, driven by Tim Tetrick, won as she pleased in the $25,000 Fillies and Mares Open pace at Dover Downs on Wednesday (November 1).

After winning six times on the Tuesday card, Tetrick had to settle for a driving double edging closer to his 10,000th career victory. In the feature, Jag Out pulled away from six foes heading to the far turn and waltzed home a 1:52.4 winner, equalling her lifetime mark. Nick Surick trains and co-owns the American Ideal-Impertinent five-year-old with Bert Hochsprung and the JL Benson Stables. It was her fifth win of the campaign, and it lifted her seasonal earnings to $141,670. Terror At Night (Allan Davis) was the runner-up, with Miss Me Yet (Montrell Teague) third.

Artrageous, who had been racing in the New York Sire Stakes this summer, won the secondary $18,000 female feature for Art Stafford, Jr. The Art Major-In Deep Thought filly won for the third time in her last four outings, scoring a new mark of 1:54. Holly Case, Bonnie Benson, Jan Johannsen, and Andrew Stafford own the five-time winner this year. Spanish Dream (Vic Kirby) saw her two-race win streak end, finishing second. Rewind Again (Corey Callahan) took third money.

Tim Tetrick, Corey Callahan, Vic Kirby, owner JoAnn Looney-King, trainer Jim King and owner-trainer Nick Surick had two wins each.

(Dover Downs)


view counter
 
 
 

© 2020 Standardbred Canada. All rights reserved. Use of this site signifies your agreement and compliance with the legal disclaimer and privacy policy.

Firefox 3 Best with IE 7 Built with Drupal