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Five For Gingras At Dover

Published: December 6, 2016 10:12 pm ET

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For the second consecutive day, a driver at Dover Downs had a five-bagger. After Ross Wolfenden turned the trick on Monday, it was Yannick Gingras' turn on Tuesday.

The five wins for Gingras give him 407 for the year and help pad his North American-leading earnings totals that sit just shy of $13 million US.

Empress Deo, who was second beaten a nose last week, won the $20,000 Mares Open Handicap for the second time in three weeks splashing to victory in 1:52.3 over a rainy racetrack.

Allan Davis used the passing lane to storm home first in the top distaff event of the week recording her fifth victory of the season with 11 seconds and six thirds for Legacy Racing. She has now won $147,633 in 2016. Consistent Elliesjet N (Jonathan Roberts) closed sharply to finish second ahead of early leader Scandalicious (Tim Tetrick), third. Inittowinafortune (Corey Callahan) was a close fourth.

While Gingras made the winner’s circle five times, Tim Tetrick had three wins. Owner-driver Vic Kirby and trainer Josh Green chalked up doubles.

Awsome Valley and Boffin are new to the $20,000 Open Trot Handicap feature race on Wednesday, Dec. 7 at Dover.

(with files from Dover)

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