Shnitzledosomethin is still going strong for trainer Dylan Davis. His latest win was recorded Sunday, April 25 at Harrah’s Philadelphia, adding to his impressive career.
Starting from post seven, Shnitzledosomethin was revved up and ready to go from the outside by driver David Miller, soaring to the lead and turning in a gate to wire performance. He posted fractions of :27.1, :56.3 and 1:24.0 en route to the win in 1:51.3. Da Delightful and Daniel Dube finished second over Dealer’s Table and Tim Tetrick for third.
Shnitzledosomethin paid $7.20 for the win. The now six-year-old son of Fred and Ginger is owned by Howard Taylor, Edwin Gold, Abraham Basen and Richard Lombardo who have owned him for over a year. He was bred by Aaron Stutzman and has spent his entire racing career in the Dylan Davis Stable.
Shnitzledosomethin now has 24 wins in 78 career starts with earnings in excess of $849,000. His career best of 1:49.1 was taken as a four-year-old at The Meadowlands. The former Indiana Sires Stakes champion was part of the first crop of Fred and Ginger, who is now standing in Illinois. He was purchased for $18,000 at the Hoosier Classic Yearling Sale in 2016 and was one of 18 sold at auction that season. Shnitzledosomethin is the top foal by Fred and Ginger.