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Market Share wins Trotting Classic

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CAMPBELLVILLE, Ontario (AP)

Market Share rallied to win the $1 million Canadian Trotting Classic at Mohawk Racetrack on Saturday night to become the sixth Hambletonian champion to win the event since 2000.

Driven by Tetrick, Market Share edged Little Brown Fox by a neck, finishing the mile in 1 minute, 52 seconds.

Tim Tetrick became the third driver to win three $1 million races in a season and the first since John Campbell in 1995. Bill O'Donnell also accomplished the feat in 1985.

Tetrick also drove Market Share to victory in the $1.5 million Hambletonian and won the $1 million Metro Pace this month at Mohawk with Captaintreacherous.

Market Share returned $3.30 for a $2 win bet. It was his 12th victory in 20 career starts and seventh in 15 races this year.

Guccio finished third.

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