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Bath Beach Comes Up Big In Princess


Published: May 7, 2009 10:12 pm ET

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Bath Beach lived up to her even-money status this evening at Mohawk, blasting to a three-length victory in the $67,000 final of the Princess Pacing Series for three-year-old fillies.

Paul MacDonell positioned the strapping daughter of Life Sign into the three hole while Blogette Hanover blazed the field through early panels of :26.3 and :55.3. MacDonell moved his mare off the pylons at the mid-way point of the final turn, and she quickly closed in on Blogette Hanover who led to the three-quarter pole in 1:24.1.

Bath Beach used a :28.3 closing quarter to post the three-length decision over runner-up Grin Goddess. Third prize went to the leg two winner, Real Heart.

Bath Beach, who was sent off as the even-money favourite in the seven-filly affair, is trained and co-owned by Dean Nixon of LaSalle, Ontario. He shares ownership on the career winner of $82,370 with Jeff Rusnak and breeders Harry and Iris Horowitz of Brooklyn, New York. The victory was the filly’s fifth in 11 lifetime starts.

(With files from WEG)

To view Thursday’s results, click here.

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