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|1st||(5)||Allsarott (USA)||8-3||Deshawn Parker||Craig Holstein||4||11/2|
|Bore down abreast foe|
|2nd||(2)||1½||Bank of Dad (USA)||8-6||Ricardo Feliciano||Anthony Adamo||4||8/5|
|Ceded grudgingly ins|
|3rd||(3)||3¼||Budge Man (USA)||8-3||Scott Spieth||Kellyn Gorder||4||11/5|
|Swung6w, outbid others|
|4th||(1)||1¾||By Spot (BRZ)||8-3||Aldo Canchano||Eduardo Caramori||5||5/1|
|In range, weakened|
|5th||(8)||2½||Gallardo (USA)||8-3||Rex Iii Stokes||J Baird||7||9/1|
|Measured pace gave way|
|6th||(7)||2||Hot Chili (USA)||8-3||T Houghton||James Jackson||4||19/2|
|On pace, wore down|
|7th||(6)||¾||Tres Copas (USA)||8-3||Jesus Barria||Tommy Mills||4||39/1|
|Faded to upper stretch|
|Also Ran: Roman Silver (USA)|