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|1st||(9)||Saint Arbor (USA)||8-6||T Houghton||Louis Ruberto||3||9/10|
|Rushed clear, held up|
|2nd||(5)||2¼||Roman Raider (USA)||8-8||Borja Fayos||Tim Schuh||4||5/1|
|Emerged, closed gap 3p|
|3rd||(2)||3¼||Odom (USA)||8-8||Daniel Feliciano||Juan Aguirre||4||13/2|
|Angled 5w, mild rally|
|4th||(6)||1½||Zow (USA)||8-8||Deshawn Parker||Jevon Crumley||4||12/1|
|Finished evenly 4 wide|
|5th||(7)||1¼||Wakeboarder (USA)||8-8||Luis Rivera||Douglas Shanyfelt||4||17/2|
|Evenly, wore down|
|6th||(4)||4¼||Putitalltogether (USA)||8-8||Brian Cheyne||Anne Graff||7||803/10|
|Played no factor|
|7th||(1)||3¾||Marco's Fling (USA)||8-8||Christian Pilares||Eduardo Caramori||5||21/5|
|Failed to respond|
|8th||(8)||6½||Montague Bay (USA)||8-8||Jareth Loveberry||Douglas Barron||4||33/1|
|Early speed, gave way|
|Also Ran: Forester Classic (USA)|