NEW YORK (AP) — Akatea rallied from last to capture the $80,000 allowance feature for fillies and mares on the turf Friday at Belmont Park.

The 4-year-old bred in Ireland trailed the six-horse field before launching a four-wide bid at the top of the stretch. Joel Rosario urged her on to a half-length victory over Now Power and JC's Shooting Star who finished in a dead heat for second.

Trained by Christophe Clement, Akatea got her first win in two U.S. starts. The 3-5 favorite started her career in France, compiling a 2 for 7 record there.

The time was 1:44.34 for the 1 1/16 miles.

Akatea paid $3.40, $2.50 and $2.20.

With the deadlock for second, Now Power returned $2.60 and $3.10 while JC's Shooting Star paid $3.60 and $3.60.