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Dover Downs: Hypothedical And Sometimes Said Head Thursday Co-Features
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HYPOTHEDICAL AND SOMETIMES SAID HEAD THURSDAY CO-FEATURES
 
DOVER, Del.---   Hypothetical, a 1:51 winner last week, is one of three starters looking for a second straight victory, in one of the Thursday co-feature paces while Sometimes Said puts a four-race win streak on the line in the other, on Jan. 18 at Dover Downs.
 
Along with Bamond Racing’s Moonlightonthebeach with Vic Kirby driving, and Josh Parker’s Sawbuck Hanover and Corey Callahan, Hypothedical, handled by Tony Morgan, is owned by trainer Brian Malone and his wife Carrie. Two other contestants R.J. Thomas’   El Bloombito and Sean Bier and Gary Ewing’s consistent Star Messenger piloted by Russell Foster, finished close-up seconds in their most recent outings.
 
Abe Basen, Tom Lazzaro, and Robert Cooper Stable’s Arque Hanover was a strong third last week with Corey Callahan at the controls. Gerries Sport drew the rail with Allan Davis in the bike for owners Rich Lombardo, Carl Atley and Gerrie Tucker. Completing the sharp field is Bill and John Emmonds’ One To Draw To Jonathan Roberts driving.
 
Something Said (Tetrick) leaves from post 9 in the second tier of the $14,000  Winners-Over pace. Claimed in December  by Bobby Glassmeyer, the gelding has stepped up in class winning last Thursday in 1:50.2  in near wire-to-wire fashion.  People Are Crazy (Russell Foster) is also on a winning tear making the winner’s circle in his last two outings for owners Robin and Jay Breasure. Silver Fox J (Vic Kirby), a winner of two of his last four, has post 1 for George & Tina Dennis and The Wiz Kids stables, with Gary Ewing’s Rangers Sureshot (Morgan) alongside.
 
Allwillworkout (Callahan), owned by Mike Horn and Alexander Rice; Autonmatic Dragon (Vic Kirby) racing for Tina and Joe Clark; Paul Ministrelli’ s Down On Mainstreet (Art Stafford Jr.); Kathleen Brewer’s Quick Shot (Jonathan Roberts) and Howard Taylor’s homebred Mentira (Ross Wolfenden) are the other starters.
     
Two $25,000-$30,000-$35,000 Claiming Handicaps head the strong undercard.
 
Dover Downs offers a 50-cent Pick 5 wager, starting with the 2nd race through the 6th. A late daily double is carded for the 12th and 13th races.
 
Racing is set each Monday through Thursday with post time at 4:30 p.m. A fine and varied selection of food is available to enjoy while watching the races at the acclaimed Winner's Circle Restaurant Buffet. Call 302-674-4600 for reservations.
Simulcasting of harness and thoroughbred races is featured daily from 12 Noon until 12 Midnight in the Race and Sports Book.
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