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First Loss For I Like My Boss

Published: September 17, 2014 8:58 pm ET

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After starting his career with 16 straight wins, trotter I Like My Boss suffered his first loss on Wednesday night.

Powerful Charger ($6.60, Victor Kirby) held off a persistent I Like My Boss for a 1:56 victory in the $17,000 Open Trot at Harrington Raceway on Wednesday.

Owned by trainer Jim King Jr., and Tim Tetrick, the six-year-old Powerful Emotion gelding edged clear late after a first over grind and held off a game I Like My Boss who chased second over and ran out of racetrack in his rally attempt resulting in a narrow loss.

For Powerful Charger, it was his third win of the season and first career win in the Open class. I Like My Boss, a Delaware sire stakes champion, won all three of his starts as a two-year-old and 12 previous attempts at age three.

Drivers Allan Davis and Ross Wolfenden each had three wins on the program. George Dennis had a double.

(Harrington)


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