Hoosier Park hosted the second night of Breeders Crown eliminations on Saturday, October 21, with 14 eliminations on the 14-race program.
Mach It So went gate to wire to take the first of two eliminations for the Breeders Crown Open Pace, winning in 1:48.2.
Setting a :26.1 opening quarter, Mach It So paced through a :54.3 half before undergoing pressure from Sintra, pulling first over from fourth, heading into the far turn. The two battled as Rock N Roll World chased at the inside third moving towards three-quarters, timed in 1:21.1.
Turning away Sintra in the stretch, Mach It So strolled to the wire in front, while Mcwicked rushed through the center of the track to snag second, with Missile J, Rock N Roll World, and Sintra rounding out the finalists.
A seven-year-old gelding by Mach Three out of the Beach Towel mare Beach Dancer, Mach It So, returning $11.00 to win, won his 38th race in 116 starts, earning $2,204,147. Owned by Bamond Racing LLC, he is trained by Jeff Bamond Jr. and was driven by David Miller.