The even-money favorite, Tenpins paid $4, $2.80 and $2.20 across the board.Aeneas nipped Jersey Giant by a nose for the place after the latter had waged a long battle down the stretch with Tenpins. The exacta returned $32.40."We were pointing for this since the beginning of the year," Winfree said. "I don't run him a lot because he puts a lot into his races. We'll go to Chicago next (for the Hawthorne Gold Cup on Sept. 28) and then we'll take a look at the Breeders' Cup Classic."Albarado said, "When he gets there (to the lead) by himself he kind of waits. That's why he never wins by too much, usually a length, length and a half every time. He ran a tremendous race today."This was the second win in two starts this year for Tenpins, and his ninth score in 13 lifetime starts. The $120,000 winner's share of the 68th running of the Iselin Handicap brought his career total to $938,689.