Southwind Cocoa followed a third over path and peeled out five-wide in the stretch to nip Time To Kill by a nose and Shared Past by a neck in a three-horse photo finish in the $150,000 New Jersey Sire Stakes Final for two-year-old trotting fillies.

Southwind Cocoa, driven by Tim Tetrick, covered the mile in 1:55.3, equaling the stakes record set by Act Of Grace on July 18, 1995.

The Chocolatier filly, a $6,000 Lexington Selected Sale purchase, is from the same team of trainer Linda Toscano and owner Richard Gutnick of Blue Bell, PA, that combined to win this year’s Hambletonian with Market Share and the Nat Ray with Chapter Seven.

Time To Kill is by Muscles Yankee and Shared Past is a daughter of Chocolatier.