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The weekly trotting feature was a flat mile event, contested a handful of races after the day's four, mile-and-a-quarter, bigger-field 'French' forays.
Away fourth from assigned post position No. 5, Rose Run Sydney saw eight-baller In Secret eschew a three-hole. That one made the lead around 17-10 favorite Mostinterestingman after a 27.2 opening quarter-mile.
It was a 56.4 intermission before 'Sydney' was and out and moving in the third turn. She engaged In Secret in an out of the 1:25.1 three-quarters, disposing of that one soon thereafter.
The lass opened a 21/2–length lead in the lane, then whipped a pocket extricating Mostinterestingman by three quarters of a length in 1:54.2...a tick off her season and life-best effort. In Secret was a stubborn third, with Madhatter Bluechip and the other lady, Weslynn Dancer, coming away with the remainder.
It was one of Sears' four wins during the dozen-race card.
Rose Run Sydney, a 4 year old daughter of Triumphant Caviar co owned by Steve Carter, Adam Friedland and RBR Racing and trained by Scott DiDomenico, it was his fourth win in 13 seasonal starts. The exacta paid $17.40, the triple returned $70 and the superfecta paid $168.
Sunday's go round of the 'New York, New York Double' featured a winning combination of 7-Glossy (Saratoga's 3rd race) and 4 Casa Palmera (Yonkers' 5th race), returning $7.60 for every correct $1 ticket.

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