Harness racing driver Mark Bradley began the first annual Drive for Charity with a grand slam winning the first three of four races Sunday and capping off the day with a score in the last race to record four winners at Red Shores Summerside.
The driver is teaming up with Noonan Petroleum Ltd to raise money for theirlocal charity the Children's Wish Foundation. Drivers Terry Gallant, Walter Cheverie and Brian MacPhee, who are also involved with businesses and charities, also had multiple wins on the program.
Bet The House won the afternoon top class with a 1:57.3 clocking for driver Jason Hughes, trainer - owner Blaine McKenna and his co-owner Gary Arsenault of Miscouche. Bet The House went on the attack on route to the half coming first over to join the leaders and drove on for his second straight feature win at Summerside. Blu Meadow Willie was second while Penbroke Fella finished third. The fractions of the mile were 28.3, 58.3 and 1:28.1