The opening round of Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) stakes action for two-year-old trotters commenced on the Wednesday program at Harrington Raceway with four $20,000 divisions.
The first winner came in the filly division when owner-trainer Thomas Leager's Deja Vu Blue ($4.40, Ross Wolfenden) was an impressive first-time starter winner in 2:02.1. The daughter of first-crop sire Anders Bluestone, was a wire-to-wire winner over Bigger Than Luv and Uptown Spunk.
It was the third win in the first five races on the program for Wolfenden.
Owner-trainer Andrew Glassmeyer's Bosston Cruiser ($2.10, Jonathan Roberts) was a dominant 2:02.1 winner in the first division for colts and geldings over Seafood Suzie Blue and King's Crown Lite. The Don Boss Vita gelding improved to two-for-two in his young career.
In the final filly division, Chambers Racing, Cinbrew Ent., and BCJM, Inc.'s Vandalous ($14.20, Russell Foster) was a 2:04.1 winner over Alpine Chic and Ms Smash. A daughter of JM Vangogh, Vandalous notched her first career win in her first lifetime start for trainer Nick Callahan.
Stephen Moss' Super Fly ($2.40, Victor Kirby) prevailed in the final male division in front-end fashion in 2:01.2 for trainer Leigh Raymer. The Super Punk gelding led throughout and was an open-length winner over Brother Kenny and Flywithme.
Mike Casalino and Dylan Davis's Theresademoninme ($9.20, Roberts) won the $15,000 Open Trot, the overnight feature on the program, in 1:55 over Awsome Valley and I Like My Boss.
Russell Foster had four wins on the program, while Jonathan Roberts joined Wolfenden with a triple.