Toronto, November 1 - Round two of the Autumn Series continued Friday evening at Woodbine Racetrack with five divisions contested.
Divisions were held for rookie colts and geldings of both gaits.
Aventure will look for the series sweep after an impressive 1:57.3 victory to start the 13-race programme.
The trotting son of sat third in the early going past the opening quarter in :29.2. From there, driver pulled on the right line and marched the three-time winner to the front at the half in :59.1.
The trainee led his six rivals past three quarters in 1:28.2, before edging away from his rivals in deep stretch to score the victory. Longshot Theresademoninme ( ) finished second with Kremlin ( ) third.
Owned by Orville Rursch, Aventure increased his bankroll to $24,250. He paid $7 to win.
In the other trotting split, Hitchin A Ride and got under the wire first as the heavy 1/9 favourite.
Moiseyev guided the son of into the pocket spot before the opening station in :28.2, before pocket-pulling the three-time winner at the half in :58.2.
Moiseyev and Hitchin A Ride continued to lead five rivals past three-quarters in 1:27.4 and never looked back en route to a 1:58.2 victory. Wire Me Cash ( ) finished second with Yoooukilis ( ) finishing third.
Trained by for his wife, June, along with Allan Smith and Catherine and Lynn Baker, Hitchin A Ride increased his rookie earnings to $33,428. He paid $2.30 to win.
Major Starlight, driven by , pulled off the 7/2 minor upset in the first of three pacing divisions.
The son of enjoyed a three-hole trip through panels of :26.4, :55.4 and 1:25.2, before MacDonell was able to find racing room late in the mile to win in 1:54.3. Vegas Rich ( ) finished second with even-money favourite Pop Pop Joe ( ) settling for third.
Trained and co-owned by along with Thomas Phillips, Major Starlight earned his second career victory. The brown gelding increased his bankroll to $19,155 and paid $9.70 to win.
In the next division, Allstar Seelster and prevailed as the heavy favourite in 1:54.1.
The four-time winner was first to the front well before the opening station in :28, before releasing a parked-out Brodys Scrapper ( ).
Saftic and Allstar Seelster quickly regained the lead and marched past the half in :57 and three-quarters in 1:25.2, before edging away from his rivals in deep stretch to win by one and three quarter lengths. Brodys Scrapper stayed for second over Royal Ashton ( ).
Trained and owned by , Allstar Seelster now has three straight wins and will look for the series sweep next Friday evening at Woodbine. The talented youngster increased his bankroll to $43,443. He paid $3.70 to win.
In the final division, heavily-favoured Prince Clyde found the wire first in 1:53 for driver .
The son of overtook command past the opening station in :27, before allowing Shadios (Billy Davis, Jr.) to command.
Prince Clyde sat as Shadios controlled the pace past the half in :56.2 and three-quarters in 1:24.2.
Oliver angled Prince Clyde off the pylons before the top of the stretch and the four-time winner cruised to an effortless victory. King Royalty ( ) came from well off-the-pace to finish second, over Shadios.
Trained by Tony Montini for his wife, Albina, and Holland Racing Stable, Prince Clyde increased his bankroll to $38,038. He paid $3.30 to win.
All four $25,000E Autumns Stakes finals for two-year-olds of both gaits and sexes will take place next Friday evening at Woodbine Racetrack.
Due to the Breeders Cup, tomorrow night's 12-race programme will have a special 7:55 p.m. post time.
Videos of all races attached