VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Teide came from just off the pace to win the $101,102 Lieutenant Governors on Wednesday's holiday card at Hastings.\nUnder a confident ride by Chad Hoverson, Teide broke alertly and then settled in just behind a swift pace set by Forest Prince. He gained the lead on the stretch turn and then held off a strong late move by Texas Wildcatter to win by a half-length.\n"We had a real good trip," said Hoverson. "He's a real nice horse. There aren't many horses that can be up close to that kind of pace and still run on in the stretch."\nThe fractions for the 1 1/8-mile Lieutenant Governors were a quick 22:75, 46:54 and 1:10.61. The final time was 1:48.95.\nTeide, who is trained by Dino Condilenios, paid $7.50. He earned $60,000 for owners Swift Thoroughbreds Inc. Teide was part of a package of horses Swift bought from Darley Stable last winter. \nSpaghetti Mouse, who was sent off as the 6-5 favorite, forced the pace before tiring to finish fifth.\nClose finishes in undercard stakes\nSupporting the Lieutenant Governors on the nine-race card were three other stakes races. Trainer Troy Taylor won the first two. \nEl Cugat, $6.20, got up just in time to win the 1 1/16-mile Chris Loseth Stakes for 3-year-olds by a nose over Senor Rojo. The final time was 1:44.09.\nHeavily favored Holy Nova also cut it close, winning the $50,000 Vancouver Sun Handicap for fillies and mares by a neck over Tanika. She paid $3.80. Final time for the 1 1/16 miles was 1:44.81.\nBoth horses were ridden by Mario Gutierrez and are owned by Glen Todd and Patrick Kinsella.\nWith Pedro Alvarado aboard, Tierra Del Feugo overtook P.S Good N Ready in the stretch to win $55,283 Supernaturel Stakes for 3-year-old fillies by three-quarters of a length. Trained by Barb Heads, Tierro Del Fuego paid $3.90 as the odds-on favorite. Final time for the 1 1/16 miles was 1:45.33.