1:48 - December 2, 2012

Legacy Racing and Reggie Hazzard’s Sicily won the 2019 Governor’s Cup at The Delaware State Fair in 1:52.2 for trainer Wayne Givens. The 7-year-old Art Major gelding was driven by Vic Kirby. Governor John Carney presented the trophy to the winning connections.

Dover Downs Horse of the Meet
Congratulations to Delishka N. The top pacing mare was voted the 2018-2019 Dover Downs Horse of the Meet by The United States Harness Writers Association Delaware Valley Chapter. Delishka N (Bettor’s Delight-Balishka) had seven wins out of 10 starts with earnings over $100,000 for owners, Legacy Racing of DE,Inc, Nanticoke Racing Inc, Reginald A Hazzard, II, and Gary P Callaway. She was trained by Wayne Givens and second trainer Blake Baker accepted the blanket.
Pictured from left to right: Patty Brittingham, Al Kraszewski, Blake Baker, John Hensley and Judy Davis-Wilson. (Credit: Foto Won)

Horse of meet as voted on by the
Delaware Valley Chapter of USHWA,
was Zippett Racing Stable's Murmur Hanover ($6.80), who in fitting fashion won the $17,500 Open Trot in 1:57.4. The venerable 8-year-old Majestic Son gelding had the most starts (19) and wins (8)
of any horse at the meet, while banking more than $80,000 for trainer Jay Gannon.

Congratulations to the 2018 Governor's Cup Winner Blazing Bobby Sox!
 Arthur Stafford and Arthur Stafford Jr’s Blazing Bobby Sox won in 1:50.1!
Driven by his trainer Art Stafford Jr., the 7-year-old Panderosa gelding was a decisive front end winner to boost his seasonal earnings in excess of $100,000.
Governor John Carney was on hand and presented the trophy to the winning connections.

Track Record Co-Holders/Dover Downs


Track Record Holder/Harrington Raceway

Joe Columbo was presented his first training title as the leading conditioner with 40 wins.




The driving title went to Tim Tetrick, who needs no introduction, as he had over a hundred more wins than the closest competitor. Maintaining a UDR for the meet of over .400 and bagging 222 wins with earnings in excess of $2.5 million he has amassed lifetime earnings of over $204 million.
The training title was awarded to Joe Columbo, for the powerful George and Tina Dennis Racing Stable, was honored as leading trainer at this meet. He sent out 61 winners with earnings of over $750,000. Almost all of those winners were driven by Mike Cole. Columbo was also the leading trainer at the 2018 Harrington Raceway meet.
Thank you to Patty Brittingham, John Hensley and Al Kraszewski for making the presentations.


1:48 - April 3, 2014


Mike Cole had 103 wins at the meet
to pick up his first driving title.


1:49 - May 11, 2015