TORONTO, May 2 - The Princess Series continued on Friday evening at Woodbine as 15 sophomore pacing fillies showcased their talent in a pair of $20,000 second round divisions.
Bahama Blue, driven by , captured the first split in 1:53.1 at odds of 9-1.
Jamieson and Bahama Blue were first to the front to lead at the quarter in :27.3, but then found themselves heading towards the half as heavily-favoured Rock N Roll Xample ( ) took over command.
Rock N Roll Xample would lead her six rivals past the half in :56.3 and 1:24.4.
Down the stretch Rock N Roll Xample and Bahama Blue separated themselves from their rivals, but it was Bahama Blue getting the upper-hand in deep stretch to win by a length. Artful Impulse ( ) finished third.
Trained and co-owned by along with David Shea and Thomas Kyron $88,540.
The daughter of posted her first victory in 2014 from four starts and enjoyed a new career best. She paid $20.70 to win.
After finishing second in the opening round last week, Take That Hanover and redeemed themselves to take the second division in 1:53.2.
Saftic had the daughter of out quickest for command in the early stages, but allowed a parked-out Polk Dot Hanover ( ) to the lead at the opening quarter in :27.
The lead wouldn't last long heading towards the half as Take That Hanover was on the move again to lead past the half in :56.3 and three-quarters in 1:24.4.
Polk Dot Hanover angled to the outside for Jamieson at the three-quarter pole, but Take That Hanover quickly opened up on her rival and was a going-away winner in deep stretch to win by four and three quarter lengths. Wildcat Magic ( ) finished second with Lasting Appeal ( ) third.
Trained and owned by , Take That Hanover increased her career earnings to $62,909. She paid $4.70 to win.
by Greg Gangle, for WEG