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Sweet Rock Continues Streak At Philly

Published: March 29, 2015 6:42 pm ET

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A field of eight upper-conditioned level pacers battled in the featured event on Sunday at Harrah's Philadelphia with favourite Sweet Rock (driven by Brett Miller) in search of his fifth straight win.

The four-year-old son of Rocknroll Hanover was coming off of a 1:51.2 clocking in his most recent effort at Dover Downs.

At the start, it was the Julie Miller trainee, Exit Cam (Andy Miller), who took the lead, with Sweet Rock securing the pocket. Sweet Rock vacated the pocket immediately after the quarter to re-take command, getting to the half in :56.4 (a :29 second quarter). After battling with millionaire pacer Dial Or Nodial (Dave Miller), Sweet Rock opened up at the top of the stretch, winning by a diminishing length in 1:52.1. Dial Or Nodial finished second, while Exit Cam was third.

The Wayne Givens trainee now has nine wins of 38 career starts. He is owned by Legacy Racing of Delaware, Reginald Hazzard, and Gary Calloway.

Sweet Rock paid $5.00 to win.

(With files from Harrah's Philadelphia)

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