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Pumped And Glidin in Super Bowl

January 25, 2008
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Pumped And Glidin, a 33-1 shot who was just sold for $40,000 at the Tattersalls January Select Sale on Monday, got up in the final strides after a first-over trip to win the $68,100 Super Bowl Final Trot at the Meadowlands Thursday night.
 
In the far turn, Pumped and Glidin charged up first-over, allowing Andy Miller to eventually wear down the betting favorite, Sauce Two K, and nail him in the final yards to the wire. Pumped And Glidin won by a nose in 1:57.
 
“He (Sauce Two K) went pretty big first quarter and I thought he might soften up a little bit so I just kept my horse going in a straight line and kept coming at him,” Miller said of the trip.

Rushmore Hanover finished third and Pumped and Glidin paid $65.00.
 
Trained by Erv Miller, this was the first win in three starts for the 4-year-old bay gelding by Yankee Glide this year. Sue E. Phillips had owned Pumped And Glidin until Monday, when John Devito of Monticello, NY.
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