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Delaware Wins For Master Clave, Moonshine Lavec

Published: March 27, 2017 10:34 pm ET

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The 2017 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund Series for three-year-olds got underway on Monday at Dover Downs, with $20,000 divisions going to Master Clave and Moonshine Lavec posting totting wins.

In the first division, Master Clave quickly responded after breaking stride at the start. He made up 10 lengths before taking the lead on the final turn and then trotting away to a 2:01.1 victory. Master Kingpin was next best, with Kirby In Command finishing third.

Ross Wolfenden guided the Master Lavec-Dilly Dally Delia gelding who is owned by Ben Brooks and trained by John Wilkerson. It was the first start of the year for the winner of five races in eight starts last season. He has now earned $106,750 in his career.

Moonshine Lavec was too much in the $20,000 second division. Sean Bier directed the three-year-old son of Master Lavec-Chocolate N Roses for trainer Erika Paradee who owns the gelding with Francisca Munoz and Chrissy Crissman. Crosby (George Dennis), last November’s upset winner of the $100,000 DSBF freshman final, was second in front of Jiggs (Vic Kirby).

It was the third start and first win of the year for Moonshine Lavec who has won $66,401 lifetime.

(With files from Dover Downs)

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