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Dover Hosts Delaware Breeders Divisions

Published: April 1, 2016 12:46 am ET

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Johns Dream, Hail To The Master and Cut The Beach were Thursday evening winners in their respective $20,000 Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund divisions at Dover Downs.

The two-year-old DSBF and Virginia champion Johns Dream recorded his sixth lifetime win in nine starts scoring a 1:53.2 success in his 2016 debut as Tim Tetrick guided the triumph in the first of three divisions. Johns Dream, a Dream Away-March On ridgling, took the lead early on the way to sixth consecutive win. Power To Perform (Tony Morgan) took a shot at the winner heading to the final turn but had to accept second-place. Next Success (Jim Morand) was third.

Chuck Perry, Jr. owns and trains the career winner of $112,327.

Art Stafford piloted Hail To The Master home in 1:52.3 to win the second $20,000 test; The altered son of Rustler Hanover-Morepowertoya defeated All Artist (Jeff Fout), who finished second for the fifth time in nine career starts. Rusty Carter (Corey Callahan) finished third.

Hail To The Master is owned by Dorothy and Chris Conner. He won for the sixth time in his career while pushing his overall earnings to $84,300 in the process.

Cut The Beach, an Artzina-I Love The Beach gelding, won for the second time this season with George Dennis mapping out the 1:54.2 victory. Casino Bags Anso (Vince Copeland) finished second while Double Miles (Morand) finished third.

Jeff Rubin, Tom Johnson, Henry Faragalli III and Joe Thomson own the winner.

(With files from Dover Downs)

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