Three-year-old colt Tom's Titan grinded gamely to win the featured tenth race at Harrah's Philadelphia Thursday, a pace for NW of 5 or $50,000 lifetime, going for a purse of $16,000.
The son ofgot off the wings sixth, but followed live cover into second just short of the three-quarter pole.
As they turned for home, he outfought favorite Somewhere Fancy, to secure the win in 1:51.4.
Tom's Titan now has eight wins in ten starts, and is four for five this year.
He is owned by Tom Cooke, trained by Roger Hans, and was driven by. Somewhere Fancy went on to finish second, while Invictus Hanover was third.
by Mike Bozich, for Harrah's Philadelphia