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Dream Together Nabs Miss Versatility Leg

Published: September 7, 2018 8:34 pm ET

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The Canadian-campaigned trotting mare Dream Together continued her winning ways in the $40,000 fourth leg of the Miss Versatility Series contested on Friday night (September 7) at Tioga Downs.

Trained by Luc Blais and owned by the Determination stable of Montreal, Que., Dream Together notched her third straight win stateside following early August victories in Hambletonian Day's Dr. John R. Steele Memorial and the Joie De Vie Stakes at Tioga.

With Rick Zeron catch-driving, Dream Together defeated pacesetter NF Happenstance and Caprice Hill by four lengths in 1:52.3, trotting her final quarter in :27.4.

NF Happenstance trotted past a two-hole spot to take the lead from early leaver Pink Pistol by the :27 quarter mark and cruised through middle splits of :55.4 and 1:24.1. Meanwhile, even-money favourite Ice Atraction moved first-up from third at the midway point with Dream Together on her back. The bettors' choice failed to gain ground prompting Dream Together's three-wide rush that landed her in the winner's circle.

Dream Together finished third in her local leg at Woodbine Mohawk Park that opened the series back in May and was won by her stablemate and defending champion Emoticon Hanover (not entered in leg four).

The four-year-old Muscle Hill-Danae mare now boasts a career record reading 12-7-7 from 34 starts and earnings totalling $733,444.

Sent postward at odds of 7-2, she returned $9.70 to her backers at the betting windows.

A pair of $13,000 Opens were won by trotter Warrawee Preferred (Jim Taggart Jr.) in 1:56.1 and pacing mare Culinary Delight N (Larry Stalbaum) in 1:52.

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