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Kamal Memorial To Bell I No

Published: November 8, 2015 12:49 am ET

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Bell I No picked a good time to put in a career performance as the Bert Belanger trainee prevailed in Saturday’s $28,600 Gary Kamal Memorial Pacing Series Final at Saratoga Raceway.

The three-year-old son of Rock N Roll Heaven was the last horse to qualify for the final after securing just a third- and a sixth-place finish in the pair of $7,500 preliminary legs.

On Saturday night, Bell I No raced like anything but a longshot as he moved first-over on the favoured First Delight (Bruce Aldrich, Jr.) and raced evenly with that one for a quarter of a mile before powering past in deep stretch. Bell I No, who was driven by Phil Fluet, stopped the timer in a lifetime best 1:54. Montera (Frank Coppola, Jr.) came into the Final on a five-race win streak but had to settle for second while First Delight held on for third.

Bell I No returned $20.20 to win.

Live racing continues on Sunday afternoon with a first post time of 12:15 p.m.

(Saratoga Raceway)

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