11/21/2001 12:00AM

Charles Town


It was a good week for the out-of-towners. Five Penn National shippers, four from Delaware Park, and three from Pimlico were among 18 invaders from eight different tracks that won races at Charles Town.

More than half of the week's 50 races drew full 10-horse fields, though late scratches reduced the number to 23 full fields. As proof of how competitive the racing has been, no trainer won more than two races and 47 trainers saddled at least one winner.

* Adams Tribe ($2.80), a 2-year-old colt trained by Charles Schneider, posted his third consecutive stakes victory with a one-length win over Shark Eye in the first division of last weekend's $50,000 West Virginia Futurity.

In the second division, Neal's Rodeo ($3.60) scored his first career victory for trainer David Walters. Although he was a maiden entering the stakes, Neal's Rodeo was made the 4-5 favorite on the strength of a second-place finish against allowance company in his career debut.