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Noosa Beach Makes History at Emerald

Noosa Beach wins 2010 Longacres Mile.
Jeff Harwood's Noosa Beach capped the most spectacular season in Emerald Downs' history Sunday with a 2 ¾-length victory in the $50,000 Mucklshoot Tribal Classic for older Washington-breds at Emerald Downs.

It was the record fifth stakes win of the meeting for the 4-year-old Harbor the Gold gelding. He has now won, in order, the Seattle Handicap, Budweiser Handicap, Mt. Rainier Handicap, Longacres Mile (GIII) and Muckleshoot Tribal Classic. He also is the only six-time winner at the meeting, and the $26,180 first prize bumped his season earnings to $225,930.
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with the season ending and several large purses still available north of the border, this one may follow Winning Machine to Hastings as that one found the winner's circle on racing's biggest day in Vancouver last year.

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