Higher And Higher, the winner of last week's second round of the Betsy Ross series for pacing mares at Harrah's Chester Casino & Racetrack, is the 5-2 morning line favorite for Sunday's $150,000 final.

The 4-year-old mare is co-owned, trained and driven by Daryl Bier. She has won 12 of 30 lifetime starts and $519,863.

Laughandbehappy, who won the Cape & Cutter series in February at the Meadowlands, is the 7-2 second choice for driver David Miller and trainer Ross Croghan. Multiple-stakes-winner Anndrovette, who won the Betsy Ross opening round, is 9-2 from post No. 1. She will be driven by Tim Tetrick for trainer Mark Kesmodel.

The Betsy Ross field in post position order, with listed drivers, is Anndrovette (Tetrick), Ginger And Fred (Ron Pierce), Chancey Lady (Corey Callahan), Rock N Soul (Yannick Gingras), Higher And Higher (Bier), Shacked Up (Eric Goodell), Laughandbehappy (Miller), Omen Hanover (Jim Pantaleano).