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of fillies that dominated last week's 1st leg Delaware Standardbred Breeders (DSBF) two-year-old filly trots, are favorites to repeat in split $20,000 preliminaries on Tuesday, Nov. 20 at Dover Downs. First post is 4:30 p.m.


JA Going Alltheway, trained by John Wagner, won the DSBF Harrington $100,000 final last month and got the Dover section underway as Vic Kirby drove the CR Commando-Anastasia JA freshman for owner Pam Wagner. He opposition is led by William Moffett Inc.’s Country Romance reined by Hall of Famer Ron Pierce; Bosston Chevel, owned by Don Marine and trainer Bob Shahan. Tony Morgan drives Serendipity Stable’s homebred Sugartime; Onery Inc.’s Podium and driver Wayne Long and Ed and Karen Walls’ May’s April Shower with Allan Davis from post 1.


Owner-trainer John Wagner and Vic Kirby team up with Luscious Leigh, fresh from last week’s victory, in the second DSBF $20,000 event. Starlit Eyes (Ross Wolfenden) finished second last time for Winbak Farm and LeBlanc Racing Inc. The other contestants are Westgate Amy (Vince Copeland), Marvin Myers’ Embrace Peace (Corey Callahan) making her first start; Sal Sciarrino’s Glitter Galore (Tony Morgan) and Ella’s Command (Jim Morand) racing for Ed Maas, Arlene Paisley and Nanticoke Racing.


The top eight point-getters after the two prelim legs return next Tuesday, Nov. 27 for the $100,000 final.


Craig Prettyman’s Racing Naked (Corey Callahan) seeks his third straight win and steps up a notch in the $20,000 Delaware Claiming pace. Donna Fuller’s Political Terror (Ross Wolfenden) has a glowing record of five wins and two seconds in his previous seven outings.


A $10,500 DSBF two-year-old filly preview has nine going to post. The wide-open affair is led by Ben and Randall Stafford’s By Design (Ben Stafford Jr.), Legacy Racing of Del.’s Seboomook Pandora (Mike Cole) and Jim Wilson’s Ally Wishes (Tony Morgan).


Monday through Thursday racing begins at 4:30 p.m. Sunday post time is 5:30 p.m. There is no charge for parking or admission. Reservations are suggested for the Winner's Circle Restaurant.