BIBLE HILL – Gotfaithincowboys led from gate to wire to win the Nova Scotia Stake for three-year-old pacing fillies Sunday at Truro Raceway.
Gotfaithincowboys, with Angus Bates at the controls, crossed the finish in 1:59.3 to take the lion’s share of the $10,625 purse for owner Angus Gillis of New Waterford.
Whisty’s Paradise, owned by 17-year-old Alton resident Chris Laffin and driven by his father Ernie, came home second in 2:00.0 while Putnams Snap and Todd Trites rounded out the top three.
Whisty’s Paradise took a division of the $13,887 Frank and Beth Stanfield Memorial in 1:57.0 during the final day of Atlantic Grand Circuit Week in July.
Gotfaithincowboys cut fractions of 30.1, 1:01.3 and 1:30.2 before closing the final quarter in 29.1.