Somwherovrarainbow takes PASS in 1:51.4
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"She was comfortable and in the bit the whole time,” said winning driver Montrell Teague. "When that horse came alongside her, I wasn't too worried because she usually won't let anyone by. I've seen other horses go in 1:49, but I think she can do that right there with them. I think she's ready for them.”
George Teague Jr. trains the daughter of Somebeachsomewhere-Rainbow Blue for George Teague, Jr. Inc., K&R Racing and Ted Gewertz.
The first-over Novascotia Hanover dueled with the leader, UF Dragon's Queen, before inching away in deep stretch and defeating her by a head in 1:53 for Brett Miller. Carols Desire earned show.
"We raced her six days ago, and that mile may have had her a little tired,” Miller said. "I didn't want to come first-over, but she held in there game and showed a lot of guts.”
It was one of three wins on the 15-race card for Miller. Virgil Morgan Jr. trains the daughter of Somebeachsomewhere-Northern Sky, who soared over $200,000 in lifetime earnings. She is owned by Frank Bellino.
Ron Burke trains Charisma Hanover, who has won all five of her 2013 starts, for Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi LLC.
Wednesday's card at The Meadows features three divisions of the $108,000 Currier & Ives for fillies. (The Open Division goes Friday evening at The Meadows.) First post is 6:55 pm. (The Meadows)