11/10/2007 1:00AM

Three-peat for 9-year-old Revved Up

EmailMIAMI - A lot has changed in the world over the last couple of years but one thing has remained the same - the winner of Calder's $150,000 Bonnie Heath Turf Handicap.

On Saturday, Live Oak Plantation's amazing Revved Up captured his third consecutive Bonnie Heath Turf Cup after narrowly fending off a furious finish from the promising 3-year-old Soldier's Dancer. Revved Up's nose decision over his younger rival was the highlight of the eight statebred stakes decided on the Florida Million Day program, which offered total puses of $1.2 million.

Revved Up won the 2005 Bonnie Heath decisively over Silver Tree and returned last year to defend his title with a hard-fought half-length decision over Magic Mecke.

Now 9, Revved Up ($5.60) benefited from a perfectly judged ride by jockey Eibar Coa. Rating off a hotly contested early pace, Revved Up rallied to gain command from Jet Propulsion inside the eighth pole, then after edging clear was all out to withstand the final surge of Soldier's Dancer. Soldier's Dancer lagged well off the pace, was fanned wide while rallying into the stretch, then finished full of run to just miss. Go Directly to Jail was third.

Revved Up ran 1 1/8 miles over a firm course in 1:48.03.

"He's just been a marvelous horse," said trainer Christophe Clement. "As long as he's healthy, sound and willing there's no reason not to let him keep going."

Carl Rose Classic: Electrify prevails

Electrify rallied along the rail to outfinish Imawildandcrazyguy and Summer Book to post a 1 1/4-length victory in the $200,000 Carl G. Rose Classic.

Electrify, a homebred son of Delaware Township owned by Padua Stables, carried high weight of 121 pounds to his third stakes win in his last four starts. He paid $6.20 as the tepid favorite over Imawildandcrazyguy.

Electrify saved ground while kept within easy striking distance of the leaders from the outset of the 1 1/8-mile Carl G. Rose. After easing out briefly on the turn, he was angled back to the rail by jockey Elvis Trujillo entering the stretch, overtook Summer Book near the eighth pole, and gradually edged clear. Imawildandcrazyguy raced at the rear of the pack for six furlongs, angled wide while rallying into the stretch, then surged late from between horses to overtake Summer Book by a head for second.

"Elvis rode a great race," said trainer Eddie Plesa Jr. "He made the right decision at a critical point to go to the inside. We gelded him at the farm before the start of this season and he's become a bigger, stronger horse this year."

Heubeck Distaff: Annabill holds on

Annabill, who was racing in $16,000 starter allowance races just 10 weeks earlier, posted the most important victory of her career when she outlasted a stubborn Bayou's Lassie by a half-length to capture the $200,000 Elmer Heubeck Distaff Handicap. Peach Flambe finished 2o1/2 lengths farther back in third.

Annabill ($4.40), a 4-year-old daughter of Outflanker, was ridden to victory by Edgar Prado for trainer Milt Wolfson.

The victory was Annabill's third in a row, all stakes, a streak which has also featured wins on turf and over a "good" main track.

"Wherever I put her she does well," said Wolfson. "And going two turns has opened a whole new vista for her."

* High Resolved ($4.40) remained undefeated and virtually untested after leading throughout to post a 5o1/4-length victory over Paint Me Red in the $150,000 Joe O'Farrell Juvenile Fillies. The win was the third in as many starts for High Resolved, a 2-year-old daughter of Put It Back who has won her first three starts by an average margin of seven lengths.

* He's Eze ($63.60) turned in the day's biggest surprise when he set all the pace en route to a 2 1/4-length triumph over Smooth Air in the $150,000 Jack Price Juvenile Stakes. The 3-5 favorite Wise Answer and the previously undefeated New York invader Smoke'n Coal, the second choice at 4-5, finished third and fourth, respectively. He's Eze, a son of Silver Deputy, was ridden to victory by Jose Rivera II for trainer Terry Oliver.

* Elle Cashareau was bet down to 3-5 despite entering the $100,000 John Franks Juvenile Fillies Turf Stakes without a victory. But it was another maiden, Wise Cookie ($26.20) who came out on top by a neck over Robbie's Gal with Elle Cashareau finishing fifth in a field of eight 2-year-old fillies. Trained by David Brownlee, the win was the first of two on the day for Coa.

* Finallymadeit ($4) outlasted a rail-skimming Storm in May to register a head victory in the $150,000 Jack Dudley Sprint Handicap. Eduardo Nunez was aboard the winner, who covered six furlongs in 1:11.08 over the fast track.

* Trainer Bill Kaplan lost a heartbreaker with Storm in May in the Jack Dudley but came out on top in a similar photo 30 minutes later when his Dynhocracy ($13.80) outlasted Sr. Henry by a nose with 5-2 favorite Big Al another head back in the $100,000 Arthur Appleton Juvenile Turf Stakes. Ariel Smith rode the winner, who was making his turf debut.