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>Harness racing driver Corey Callahan, who has won the track leading driver award the last three seasons, is off to an outstanding start winning races including 21 races from last Sunday until Thursday with at least three each day, and six on two other days.

Callahan had made the winner’s circle 62 times in 24 days of racing. Ross Wolfenden, second last season, is again second in the driver standings with 34 wins. Allan Davis is third with 25 wins, Ron Pierce holds fourth place with 24 while George Dennis is fifth with 20 winners.

The Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund (DSBF) $100,000 finals come to a close for the 2012 Two-Year-Old season with the colt and gelding pace finals Sunday and filly pace finals on Tuesday.

DSBF pacing prelim have enabled owner-trainer Ben Stafford and his son Ben Jr. to vault upward in the trainer and driver standings. For the first time in years, for one day only, after Tuesday Dec. 4 races, Josh Green was not the meet’s leading trainer. Green quickly rebounded with three wins on Wednesday and added two more on Thursday to reclaim first place. Green now has haltered 17 winner. Ben Stafford, Dylan Davis and red hot trainer Mike Hall of the Doug Lewis Stable conditioned three wins Wednesday and two more on Thursday,are tied for second place with 13 winners apiece. Wayne Givens holds fifth place with 12 with Joe Hundertpfund the only other trainer with double digits, 10.

The DSFB records for two-year-olds over a five-eighth mile track (Dover Downs)

Colt and Gelding Pacer; Delmarvalous (Corey Callahan- 12/6/09) 1:53

Filly Pacer: Double Flip (Tony Morgan-12/3/06) 1:53.4

Colt and Gelding Trotter: Med Vac (Ross Wolfenden-12/8/04) 1:58

Filly Trotter: No More Games (Corey Callahan-12/8/08) 1:59.1