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Big Tsunami Circles Preferred Mares

Published: July 30, 2017 10:43 pm ET

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Last at the half, Big Tsunami circled a field of Preferred 3 pacing mares to win the $7,500 feature at Georgian Downs on Sunday night (July 30) in rein to Billy Davis Jr.

Mea Lilley Mark (Phil Hudon) fronted the field of six through the first half-mile clocking strong quarter panels of :26.3 and :55.3 before Sodwana Bay (Steve Byron) looped to the lead while Sing Like An Angel (Travis Cullen) moved underway with 7-5 favourite Big Tsunami tracking the cover past three-quarters in 1:24.1.

Sodwana Bay opened up more than three lengths turning for home, but Big Tsunami and Sing Like An Angel swept up late to make it a three-across photo finish. Big Tsunami ultimately edged out Sodwana Bay by a head for the 1:53.4 win, while Sing Like An Angel finished a neck back in third.

Big Tsunami paid $5.30 to win. Rob Fellows trains the six-year-old Mister Big-Dangerous Waters mare, who was claimed in her last start at Mohawk Racetrack on July 24 for $18,750 by owner Patrick Dillion of Port Hope, Ont. She notched her second win of the year and 10th lifetime.

To view Sunday's harness racing results, click on the following link: Sunday Results - Georgian Downs.


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