Three divisions of colts were held while there were two for fillies.
Art Stafford and Art Stafford, Jr.’s Royal Briefing (Art Stafford, Jr.) took the first of two non-wagering events as a 2:03.3 winner in a division for colt trotters. The Political Briefing gelding notched his second straight win with DSBF company.
Meanwhile Pam Wagner’s JA Going Alltheway (Victor Kirby) won the initial filly division in 2:03.1. A daughter of CR Commando, she also completed a sweep of her DSBF elims.
Nanticoke Racing, Delbert and Michael Cain’s Cashmere Briefs ($4, Vince Copeland) was victorious in the second division for trotting colts in 2:05.3. Trained by Les Givens, the Political Briefing colt led every call in his open length win.
In the second division for fillies, Serendipity Stable’s Sugartime ($13.60, Tony Morgan) sprung an upset over heavily favoured Country Romance in 2:04.4. Trained by Tui Stone, Sugartime, a daughter of Giant Hit, led throughout as Country Romance’s first-over bid fell short, though did hold second.
In the final colt division, Nanticoke Racing and Jim Morand’s Solo Command (2:03.2, Morand) scored a decisive 2:03.2 win for trainer Les Givens.