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Ron Pierce and trainer Josh Green scored one of their two wins Sunday at Dover Downs when TSM Scar Face flashed down the stretch in 1:53.3 to win the $25,000 claiming allowance pace. The Jake And Elwood-Tyler Ridge gelding is owned by Ellis Freedman and Nate Epstein.


Forever Good (Mike Cole) was runner-up. In Hot Pursuit HR (Jonathan Roberts) was the show horse.


Fox Hollow Farm's Solano, overlooked at 20-1 from the rail, wore down another longshot Lord Of The Bling (George Dennis) in the lane and got up at the wire in 1:54.2 to win a $12,000 pace. Tim Curtin was the winning driver for trainer Sam Beegle in the first U.S. start for the No Pan Intended-Bloodstock Nilator 4 year old that had been racing previously in Ontario. PH Powerplay (Tony Morgan) led early and held on for third.


Corey Callahan, who had six wins on Saturday, followed up with a driving triple on Sunday. He drove Delaware Fortune, a Badlands Hanover-Cool Flying Filly gelding that he co-owns with his brother, Shaun, and father, trainer Nick Callahan, to a 1:55.2 win in a $9,000 pace and then piloted Rodney Long's Chipoffablueblock (Tulsa Blue Chip-Harmony Oaks Lady) home in 1:54.1 to win a $20,000 Delaware claiming pace. (Dover Downs)