Pompano Park's Super Hi-5 finale was hit on Tuesday night when the only winning ticket with the 4-5-10-3-1 purchased in Canada worth $107,247.64 ($81,978 U.S.).
College Major, an 8-year-old gelded son of Art Major, came from dead last at the stretch call to post a one-length win for Matt Romano at odds of 42-1. It was his first win of the season for owner-trainer Jason MacDougall.
Surge Seelster, the 2-1 second choice, finished second for Corey Braden, while River Valley and Kevin Wallis teamed up to be third at odds of 8-1. The 3-2 favorite, Thumpem, finished fourth while McGreat closed out the Super Hi-5 finale ticket with a fifth-place finish at 61-1.
The unidentified bettor paid $64.80 for the ticket on the 20-cent wager, which proved to be the highest payoff of the season at Pompano Park. (Pompano Park)