Trotters Complete Second DSBF Prelim

Published: June 23, 2021 09:06 pm EDT

The second leg of Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) stakes for three-year-old trotters headlined the Wednesday program (June 23) at Harrington Raceway with five $20,000 divisions.

The fastest winner was Bobby Myers' Big Al M ($2.10, Eddie Davis Jr.), who won in 1:59.1 for trainer Eric Davis. It was the eighth win in 10 lifetime starts for the son of Anders Bluestone. After a quarter-pole move to the front, Big Al M held off all comers for his seventh straight win, defeating Bluestone Jackson and Fox Briar Spooky.

Don and David Wiest's Rhett ($2.60, Corey Callahan) won the other male division in 2:00.4 over Vlahos and Blue Devil. The Keystone Activator gelding recorded his fifth career win for trainer and co-owner Don Wiest.

The fastest filly was Gary White's Whitesville Beulah ($4.20, David Hill III), who cruised to a 2:00 win over Kims Command and Shes On Broadway. The Anders Bluestone filly won her second straight race via a front-end score from post position five for owner-trainer White.

Pam Wagner and Scott Woogen's K J Diamond ($3.20, Vic Kirby) completed a sweep of her DSBF preliminaries with a 2:01.2 win in the first filly division over Designers Edge and Azurine. The Keystone Activator gelding scored her third lifetime win via a first over brush for trainer-driver Kirby.

Rod Allen's Annalee ($25.40, Allen) scored an upset in the remaining filly division with a wire-to-wire triumph in 2:02.2 over Blue Green Machine and Jazzy Judy. The CR Commando filly earned her first career win.

Montrell Teague had a driving triple; Victor Kirby and Allan Davis each had two wins.

The $100,000 DSBF finals will be contested on July 29.

(Harrington Raceway)