Pompeii rebounded from her defeat in the Affectionately Handicap on January 13 for a handy 3 3/4 -length victory in the $110,300 Rare Treat Handicap for fillies and mares Monday at Aqueduct. Biogio's Rose was runner-up in the eight-horse field, with Back in Shape another 3 lengths back. Favored Pentatonic rallied late to be fourth. The win was the sixth in twelve career starts for Pompeii, who also has four seconds and a third.Pompeii, a 4-year-old Broad Brush filly ridden by Javier Castellano for trainer John Kimmel, covered 1 1/8 miles in 1:50 3/5 under 115 pounds on a fast track. She earned $66,180 for owner Robert N. Clay and returned $7.20, $5.70 and $3.90. Biogio's Rose, making her last career start before being bred to Lemon Drop Kid, paid $10.80 and $6.50, and Back in Shape returned $8.10.