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Zero Tolerance impressive in Tompkins-Geers at Tioga Downs
Friday, August 10, 2018 - by John Horne, for Tioga Downs

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Nichols, NY --- Tioga Downs played host to eight Tompkins-Geers Stakes for freshman pacers and trotters of both sexes on Friday (Aug. 10).

In the $30,000 second division for pacing fillies, Zero Tolerance (David Miller) took over after Tyler Buter took Money Shot Hanover (purse only) to a first quarter in :27.4. Zero Tolerance ($2.80) put up all the rest of the fractions (:56.3, 1:24.2, 1:52.1). Money Shot Hanover held for second. JK American Beauty was third.

Zero Tolerance is a filly by Heston Blue Chip-Feelinglikeastar. Her win was just one-fifth off the track record for freshman pacing fillies set last year by Youaremycandygirl in 1:52. She is now three-for-four in her career.

 
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Surreality came up late to win in 1:54.3.

In the $29,500 first division for pacing fillies, Surreality (So Surreal-Beat That) came up late to win in 1:54.3. Driven by Corey Callahan, she paid $22.20 for the win.

Cub Fan (So Surreal-Pardon) won the $25,200 first division for pacing colts and geldings. Marcus Miller drove him to victory in 1:54.3, paying $40.80 for the win.

The $25,200 second division went to Flameproof Hanover (Captaintreacherous-Fashion Ecstasy). Driven by Tim Tetrick, he covered the mile in 1:54.2, paying $5.30.

In the $28,750 first division for trotting fillies, Evident Beauty (Trixton-Stuck By Lindy) shocked the field, flying in the stretch to get the win in 1:58. Driven by David Miller she won her first lifetime start, paying $23.60.

In the $29,250 second division it was Big Weezy (Trixton-Keepsake Hanover) reaching the winner's circle with David Miller in command. She scored the mile in 1:59.2, paying $5.00.

In the $28,650 first division for trotting colts and geldings, Tim Tetrick guided Chapter Fashion (Chapter Seven-New Hampshire Girl) to a victory in 1:56.1. He paid $2.80 for the win.

In the $29,150 second division, Ray Schnittker drove Alternative Fact (Trixton-Myth) to a gate-to-wire victory in 1:55.3. He paid $31.60 for the win.

Marcus Miller added three more wins to go with his win with Cub Fan, giving him four wins on the night. His other wins came with Lo Hold A Moonbean ($3.20), Mandolin Hanover ($51.50) and Mean Leen ($6.70).

Live racing returns on Saturday (Aug. 11) with 13 races on hand. Also the first annual wiener dog races will take place. Thirty dachshunds will vie for a first place prize of a $500 wagering voucher. The wiener races will be run in between the live horse races. Post time is 6:15 p.m.

For more information go to www.tiogadowns.com.


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