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Liberty Bell Splits Featured At Harrah’s

Published: September 29, 2015 1:18 pm ET

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A rare Monday card (September 28) from Harrah's Philadelphia featured two divisions of the Liberty Bell for three-year-old pacing fillies.

Linda Toscano trainee Better Said (driven by Scott Zeron) won the first of the Liberty Bell divisions. The daughter of Well Said was leading the compact field of five when top contender Well Hello There (Yannick Gingras) broke at the quarter pole. Better Said led every step of the way in 1:53.1. The win was her fifth victory of the year, and was her first since a mid-July overnight win at Harrah's Philadelphia. She is owned by Brittany Farms.

Steve Elliott charge Bodacious (Simon Allard) continued her winning ways in the second division. The daughter of Somebeachsomewhere took off the early pace and settled in fifth from Post 1. She was able to grind into striking position and eventually held off the upset-minded Deli Beach (George Napolitano Jr.) to win by a head in 1:52.2. She is owned by Conrad Zurich and Hauser Bros. Racing.

(With files from Harrah’s Philadelphia)

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