Updated on 09/17/2011 10:45PM

Whos Crying Now edges stablemate in Carl Rose

Jim Lisa
Whos Crying Now wins the $200,000 Carl G. Rose Classic by a head over stablemate Supervisor.

MIAMI - Trainer Manny Tortora said Whos Crying Now and Supervisor are so evenly matched he has a hard time separating the pair. On Saturday, it took Calder's photo finish camera to separate the two uncoupled stablemates, with Whos Crying Now coming out a head the best to give Tortora a sweep of the top two positions in the $200,000 .

The Carl G. Rose was the last of eight stakes for Florida-breds on Saturday's Florida Million Day program, and also completed an all-stakes pick four that paid $4,187.30 for $1.

Whos Crying Now and Supervisor both raced well off the early pace set by Scrubs, and commenced their rallies simultaneously around the second turn. Whos Crying Now angled outside the tiring leaders in

midstretch while Supervisor slipped through along the rail, and Whos Crying Now narrowly prevailed in the final strides.

B. B. Best tired badly leaving the final turn and finished sixth as the 2-1 favorite.

Whos Crying Now ($22.80) had finished fourth, one length behind Supervisor, in the Grade 3 Spend a Buck Handicap four weeks earlier.

"I entered Whos Crying Now in the [Bonnie Heath] turf stakes hoping it would come off the grass so I wouldn't have to run them against each other again," said Tortora. "They just take turns beating each other. Fortunately, both owners are great. One of them is happy today, the other was happy last month."

Whos Crying Now is owned by the Lewis Family Stables Partnership. Dr. R.G. Lundock owns Supervisor.

Bonnie Heath: Revved Up scores

Revved Up ($5) concluded an amazing 7-year-old campaign with a convincing 2 1/2-length win over 4-5 favorite Silver Tree in the $150,000 Bonnie Heath Turf Cup. The win was the fifth this season for Revved Up, who has not been worse than second in seven starts this year. He is owned by Live Oak Plantation.

Revved Up raced in midpack early under regular rider Brice Blanc, swung wide into the stretch, and finished full of run to win going away. Silver Tree raced in good position but could not stay with the winner through the stretch.

Revved Up, a homebred son of Sultry Song, ran the distance in 1:45.89 over the firm course.

"This horse is really a credit to the Live Oak program," trainer Christophe Clement said by phone from New York. "He's been turned out a lot and returned to the farm, and it just shows you they will keep running as long as you are good to them. On paper Silver Tree had more speed than us, but not in the the last eighth of a mile."

Elmer Heubeck: It's American Miss

American Miss, a disappointment in her last two starts, bounced back to capture the $200,000 by 1 1/4 lengths over Special Report. Tigi, the 8-5 favorite, was never a factor and finished sixth.

American Miss ($13.40) is a 4-year-old daughter of Ameri Valay trained by Cecil Paul. She ran 1 1/16 miles in 1:46.43. The victory was the first of two straight stakes wins for jockey Jose Lezcano, who came right back to win the $150,000 Jack Dudley Sprint Handicap with Weigelia.

Jack Dudley: Weigelia repeats

Weigelia ($20.40) successfully defended his title in the Jack Dudley Sprint with a 2 3/4-length victory over Mister Fotis. Santana Strings rallied to finish fourth as the even-money favorite.

Last fall, Weigelia defeated older horses when he won the 2004 Jack Dudley as a 3-year-old for trainer Manny Azpurua. He is now stabled in Maryland with trainer Michael Trombetta. Final time for six furlongs was 1:09.40.

Juvenile stakes: Big day for Plesa

Trainer Eddie Plesa Jr. dominated the early portion of the Florida Million program, winning the $150,000 Jack Price Juvenile Stakes with Electrify and the $100,000 Arthur Appleton Juvenile Turf Stakes with Mr. Silver. He also sent out Stolen Prayer, who finished

second behind runaway winner Peach Flambe in the $150,000 Joe O'Farrell Juvenile Fillies Stakes.

In the Jack Price, Electrify outdueled 3-5 favorite Cab for the lead, then drew off to a convincing 2 1/2-length victory over Big Lover. The win was the third in as many starts for Electrify, who paid $10.60 after covering seven furlongs in 1:23.03 over the fast track.

The win was the first of four on the day for jockey Eddie Castro.

Cab lost his action briefly in early stretch shortly after being displaced on the lead by the winner, and finished third.

Castro and Plesa returned in the following race with Mr. Silver, who rallied from just off the pace for a 1 1/2-length decision over Gin Rummy Champ in the Appleton. Mr. Silver, a son of Concorde's Tune, is now perfect in two starts on turf. He paid $6 after going 1 1/16 miles over a firm course in 1:42.50.

Plesa and Castro missed a hat trick when the 6-5 Stolen Prayers proved no match for New Jersey invader Peach Flambe, who drew off to an easy seven-length win in the Joe O'Farrell.

Peach Flambe, a 2-year-old daughter of Flying Chevron, returned $31.40. She was ridden to victory by Tommy Turner for trainer Mary Wisniewski-Johnson.

A somewhat controversial decision by the stewards led to the major prize in the $100,000 John Franks Juvenile Fillies Turf being shared by Good Intentions and Survicat following the disqualification of Mia's Reflection. Good Intentions and Survicat finished in a dead heat for second behind Mia's Reflection, who was taken down and placed third for drifting in slightly to briefly impede Survicat near midstretch.

Good Intentions, the 8-5 favorite, paid $3.40 to win while Survicat returned $7.20. Good Intentions gave Castro his third stakes winner of the day; Richard Bracho rode Survicat, who entered the John Franks a maiden.