04/04/2015 10:09PM

Yonkers: P H Supercam a perfect three-for-three in Levy

Mike Lizzi
Defending Levy champion P H Supercam looks as sharp as ever.

The team of driver Jason Bartlett and trainer Jeff Bamond Jr. came to play at Yonkers on Saturday night. First defending champion P H Supercam converted on a pocket trip to capture the fastest George Morton Levy leg to date scoring in 1:51 2/5. Then two races later the unheralded Fat Mans Alley, also with Bartlett driving,  pulled the upset rolling past Foiled Again and scoring as a 5-1 choice in a field that included leg winners Polak A and Michaels Power.

P H Supercam with Bartlett pushed away sharply in the first $50,000 Levy leg of the evening and then yielded readily to Lucan Hanover. Lucan Hanover and Tim Tetrick carved out fractions of :27 1/5, :56, 1:23 2/5 but couldn’t hold off P H Supercam in the :28 final quarter. Sent off as the 3-5 choice, P H Supercam defeated Lucan Hanover with 99-1 shot Mcerlean third in the mile.

With the benefit of the pole position Fat Mans Alley parked Foiled Again to the quarter in :27 3/5 before yielding. The $6.9 million winning Foiled Again, sent off at 6-5, rated the half in :57 before having to deal with the challenge of two-leg winner Polak A on the third turn. Those two dueled through a 1:25 2/5 three quarter clocking and in the stretch the leaders tired with Fat Mans Alley coming up the passing lane to score in 1:53 4/5 while Michaels Power rallied for second with longshot Texican N third. Foiled Again faded to fifth.

Trainer Rene Allard swept the two Blue Chip Matchmaker divisions on Friday night and came back on Saturday to score an 11-1 upset with Domethatagain in another Levy division. The six-year-old son of Bettor’s Delight rolled by the 3-5 favorite Bettor’s Edge in early stretch for driver Dan Dube. Domethatagain, winless in three starts coming into this leg, defeated Sapphire City with National Debt third.

Take It Back Terry and driver George Brennan left from the two hole to secure pocket position and then went by favored Dancin Yankee in the stretch to score in 1:51 2/5 in the final Levy division of the evening. Sent off as a 5-2 offering Take It Back Terry sat through fractions of ;26 4/5, :55 3/5 and 1:23 1/5 set by the even money choice Dancin Yankee. Two-leg winner Beach Memories put in a vicious overland trip to wear down the favorite in the homestretch for Dan Dube but had to settle for second. Dancin Yankee finished third after weakening in the stretch.

Ron Burke trains Take It Back Terry, a six-year-old by Western Terror.

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