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Dover, DE --- It was another big Monday for Corey Callahan. The six consecutive meet leading driver at Dover Downs made the winner's circle seven times on March 9. One of the wins came guiding Spin Vision to her fifth straight win in the $14,000 Winners Over Filly and Mare Pace.

Spin Vision enjoyed a perfect two hole trip behind McArma and Vic Kirby who cut out the early fractions. Callahan pulled Spin Vision out after the field reached the stretch and the Leigh Louthan homebred stormed home in :26.1 for the victory. McArma held on for second with Yanklet Hanover (Tony Morgan) closing fast for third.

Spin Vision, the only 3-year-old in the race, is a complete Louthan product. No Spin Zone is the stallion. David’s Art is the dam. She has now won eight of 16 races with four seconds and earnings of $72,345.

Callahan also drove public-choice Chris White’s Fashion Showdown to victory in 1:54.2 in another $14,000 female co-feature. It was the Village Jolt-Catch The Show mare’s third win in her last five starts. Megginspin (Allan Davis) was second with Hit By Lightning (Trace Tetrick) third.

Valerya, who had traffic trouble last start, uncorked a 1:52.3 front-pacing victory in a $13,000 Mares Winners Over edition. Jonathan Roberts was at the controls for trainer Trish Foulk and Foulk Stables giving the Dream Away-Veneer 7-year-old her fifth win of the season in seven starts. She won for the 18th time in her career, banking $126,537 lifetime. Jeremes Sweetheart (Kirby) was a game second in front of Springforth (George Dennis).

Monday through Thursday racing starts at 4:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday are “dark” days. Sunday post time is 5:30 p.m.