What a Pear remained undefeated from four starts with her most impressive performance to date, a dominating 10 1/4-length victory in Sunday's $70,330 Busher Stakes at Aqueduct.\nReceiving a ground-saving trip from Channing Hill, What a Pear bided her time in third position before launching a bid at the three-eighths pole and quickly inhaling the pacesetting My Anguilla by the quarter pole. Turning for home, it was only a matter of the margin as Hill hit What a Pear just once right-handed before taking her in hand the last 50 yards.\nWhat a Pear, a New York-bred daughter of E Dubai who runs without Lasix, covered the 1 1/16 miles in 1:45.17 and returned $6.80 as the third choice. Subprime rallied to be second, three-quarters of a length ahead of Pumpkin Shell, the Busanda winner and Busher favorite. My Anguilla, Lilly of Paradise, Kiss and Fly, and Driven by Passion completed the order of finish.\n"It was ridiculous - in a great way!" winning trainer Joe Parker said. "I can't believe it. To go away from them like this, she ran huge. I'm ecstatic. When a horse performs like that, what do you need to say? The horse speaks for itself. A horse like that comes along only once in awhile."\nWhat a Pear is owned by Ira and Bernice Cohen's Tri-Bone Stables and bred by their son Russell, a practicing veterinarian on the NYRA circuit.\nWhat a Pear defeated New York-breds in her first two starts before winning the Wistful against open company and now the Busher. Parker said What a Pear would likely be pointed to the Grade 1, $400,000 Ashland at Keeneland on April 4.\nLittle Belle, last year's Busher winner, won the Ashland.