PH Supercam wins George Morton Levy Memorial
YONKERS, N.Y. -- PH Supercam won the $567,000 George Morton Levy Memorial Pace Final on Saturday night at Yonkers Raceway, catching favored Foiled Again in the final strides.
Driven by Jason Bartlett, PH Supercam ran the mile in 1:52:3 on the sloppy track, beating Apprentice Hanover by a half-length. Foiled Again, the richest pacer in history with $6.1 million, slipped back to third with Yannick Gingras driving.
The 7-year-old PH Supercam is owned by Bamond Racing and trained by PJ Fraley.
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