Tetrick Finishes Second In New Zealand

Published: February 13, 2015 11:50 am EST

He was up and gunning for much of the Mitavite Mobile Pace on Friday (February 13) at Alexandra Park in New Zealand, but when the dust settled driver Tim Tetrick was just edged out at the wire.

Tetrick – who will represent the United States in the World Driving Championship in New South Wales, Australia, from February 21 to March 1 – was up behind the Tony Herlihy-trained The Fascinator in the Mitavite Mobile Pace.

Tetrick left well with the five-year-old Bettors Delight mare and was up in contention first-over before settling back into the three hole.

Tetrick and his mount came calling again in the final quarter of the dash. The duo looked like they were going to hit the wire first, but The Faithful, who had received a second-over trip into the lane, got up in the final strides for a well-measured win.

For more on the World Driving Championship – which will feature Jody Jamieson representing Canadaclick here.

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