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Dover Feature To Feel Like A Fool

Published: December 11, 2017 9:49 pm ET

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Feel Like A Fool enjoyed an excellent outside trip behind Emeritus Maximus (Russell Foster) on the backstretch before moving three-wide on the final turn to take the lead on the way to 1:52 victory in Monday’s feature race at Dover Downs.

It was only the second time this meet that Tim Tetrick drove Feel Like A Fool for trainer Bob Clark and owner Kovack Stables. Singing Saint (Tony Morgan) closed strongly to finish second, while Skyful Of Lighters (Allan Davis) was third. The nine-year-old altered son of Art Major-Fool That I Am won for the fifth time in 2017 good for $49,116 this year and $1,211,156 lifetime.

The longshot on the card came when Eddie Davis, Jr. piloted Warrawee Monarch, owned by The Wiz Kids Stable, and trained by Bart Dalious to a 1:54.3 victory in a Delaware pace. Middle Aged Crazy (Jonathan Roberts) was second in front of race favourite Bad Man Sam (Corey Callahan).

Tony Morgan celebrated four wins on the card, and in doing so it gives him 15,980 lifetime victories - the second highest for a North American driver.

(With files from Dover Downs)

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