HARRINGTON, Del. – Two Delaware Standardbred Breeders Fund $20,000 divisional eliminations for pacing fillies headlined the Tuesday Harrington Raceway harness racing program.
In And Out Again (Ross Wolfenden) won the early non-wagering division in 1:55 over Anneke and Paper Bag. Owned by Jason and Tim Skinner, the daughter of Roddy's Bags Again notched her sixth win of the year and fifth straight in DSBF company.
Katie Killen's Roddy's At It Again ($6.80, Art Stafford Jr.) sprung a mild upset in the second division with a front end win over last week's winner, Biggiesecondshot. Rainy Day May was third. A daughter of Roddy's Bags Again, it was her sixth career win for trainer Tim Torbert.
In the $17,000 Mares Open, David Banks' Sayulita ($3.80, Wolfenden) was an open length winner over Arts And Flowers and Goin Again in 1:52.4 for her trainer/driver.
For the second straight night, Wolfenden had four wins on the card. Tony Morgan also won four races.