Civil Cause, a son of Like A Prayer-Donna Eligancia, was nestled in fifth as the field turned for home and driver Steve Waller split horses late using a 29.1 final quarter to get up in time for a ¾ length victory in 1:58. Kevin Thomas trains the colt for the Bulletproof Enterprises.

The other $15,000 KYSS split for three-year old colt trotters was taken by Up Front Prayer (Dan Noble). The son of Like A Prayer-Banshee Hall moved to the lead just past the half mile marker and never looked back, using a 28.4 final quarter to post a 2 ¼ length win in 1:57.3 as the 4-5 favorite.