Day At The Track

New Zealand import wins in 1:50.1

11:22 AM 08 Jun 2015 NZST
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Dream Out Loud - New Zealand import way too smart in 1:50.1
Dream Out Loud - New Zealand import way too smart in 1:50.1

The featured event on Sunday (June 7) from the harness racing meeting at Harrah's Philadelphia was a pace for non-winners of $27,500 in the last 5 starts going for a purse of $25,000.

The wagering public put their support behind 8-year-old gelding Dream Out Loud N.

The son of Bettor's Delight was coming off of a fast closing third against similar at Yonkers.

Driver Tim Tetrick settled into forth in the early stages, as Teddy Baker trainee Getitoffyourchest (Marcus Miller) and Ron Burke charge Outrageous Art (Yannick Gingras) battled for the early lead.

After a fast opening quarter (:26), the tempo slowed, with Outrageous Art on top at the half (:54.3).

That's when the race favorite got in gear, as Dream Out Loud N moved confidently first-over to challenge for the lead.

He was on even terms with the pace setter at three-quarters (1:21.3).

He was able to wear down the leader in the stretch, going on to a two length victory, stopping the timer in 1:50.1

Abelard Hanover (Scott Zeron) closed up the inside for second, while Outrageous Art faded to third.

It was the nineteenth career win for Dream Out Loud N, moving his career earnings close to the $400,000 mark.

The winner ($4.20) is owned by Muscara Racing Stables, and was one of three training wins for Darran Cassar.

Tim Tetrick had five driving wins on the afternoon.

Michael Bozich

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