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Wasted Tears draws off in Ouija Board

If Bart Evans ever decided to step away from the horse racing business he'd have little trouble finding employment at a comedy club.

Don't hold your breath waiting for him to appear on stage, though. He's got this horse racing gig down pat.


Especially when it comes to his 6-year-old mare Wasted Tears, who became the first three-peat winner in the 15-year history of the $200,000 Grade 3 Ouija Board Distaff at Lone Star Million Day on Monday.


Wasted Tears returned from a six-month layoff to finish the 1-mile turf race in 1 minute, 34 seconds, five lengths ahead of Category Seven. Sheer Beauty finished third. Wasted Tears is unbeaten in six turf races at Lone Star Park.



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Winning her first Ouija Board in track-record time was great but winning three consecutive is an amazing feat! ing

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