Driver Montrell Teague had five wins on the Monday Harrington Raceway program which was headlined by a trio of Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund $20,000 divisions for male pacers.
Three of Teague’s wins came aboard Clyde Francis-trainees, including front stepping Henrico ($2.10) who completed a sweep of his DSBF eliminations with a 1:57.3 win over Squeak On By and Justflirtingwithu. The Delmarvalous gelding has won 5 of 13 career starts for owners Francis and MST Racing Inc.
KDK Standardbreds’ Archie And Emerson ($5.20, Jason Thompson) was the fastest DSBF winner of the night with a 1:56.4 win for trainer Dylan Davis. The Delmarvalous gelding was a wire-to-wire winner for the second straight week over Subban and Mister Ramsey. It was his fifth career win.
Leonard Hubbard’s Zs Dream ($3.80, Art Stafford, Jr.) was a 1:57 winner in the remaining DSBF division over First State Joni and Downtown Show. The Dream Away gelding was determined to make the front early where he would stay for a two-length score, the sixth of his career for trainer Andrew Stafford. The top eight point earners will return to compete in the $100,000 final on July 29.
Teague and Francis teamed up for a win in the overnight feature, the $20,000 Open as Goldberg ($10.20) was a 1:52 winner via a pocket trip over Keep On Rocking A and Jack’s Legend N. Teague is currently second in the driver standings.