10/19/2005 12:00AM

Finger Lakes track report


Trainer Robert Ringhoff and jockey Carlos Dominguez teamed for three consecutive victories on Tuesday's program at Finger Lakes, highlighted by a front-running win by the 5-year-old mare Ave's Princessa ($8.60) in the $20,800 Geneva Handicap.

Ringhoff and Dominguez also won the seventh race with the 4-year-old gelding Call the Lark ($21.40) and the ninth race with the 3-year-old gelding Misty Crusadertwo ($9.40).

* Top Shoter and Ruby's Rocket, who each won two stakes at the track, and six-time allowance winner You Willgo Broke are the finalists for Finger Lakes's 2005 horse of the year.

The 6-year-old Top Shoter, 7 for 8 lifetime at Finger Lakes, was an easy winner in a pair of sprints, the George Barker Stakes and the Wine Country Handicap, then finished third, beaten a neck, when trainer Charlton Baker stretched him out to 1 1/16 miles for the Genesee Valley Breeders' Handicap last month. He also won an overnight handicap in June.

Ruby's Rocket, a 5-year-old mare trained by Tim Murphy, was versatile enough to win the six-furlong Susan B. Anthony Handicap in May and the Jack Betta Be Rite Stakes at 1 1/16 miles in September. She also won an overnight handicap, finished second in two others, and was the runner-up in the Proud Puppy Handicap.

You Willgo Broke, a 3-year-old trained by Ralph D'Alessandro, has won his last five starts and 6 of 9 for the season. Three of his victories came against open company.

The winner will be announced at the annual Finger Lakes Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association awards ceremony at a date to be announced.