drove Miracle Matts in the race 9 feature for a purse of $2,000. Owned and trained by Blois MacPhail of Cornwall, Miracle Matts left from post six and made the front with fractions of 28.3, 59.1 and 1:29.4 before fighting off the pocket sitting Tempo Seelster (Vincent Poulton) in the stretch to win in 1:58.4. Tempo Seelster was second with Kisser ( ) finishing third.
Abundaspin captured the Open trot handicap in 2:02 for trainer-driverand owner Mikaela Lustic of Cornwall. Honeymoonisover ( ) was second with third going to Buckling Banbury ( ).
The season open went to Solid Performance in 2:03 for owner-trainer-driverSmith of Hunter River. Its Handsome Hank (Brian MacPhee) returned to the races after not competing since September of 2012 to finish second with Eyes Of Glory (Steven Shepherd) finishing third.
The back-up pace went in race 10 for $1,600 with Van Zant using off the pace tactics to win in 1:58.2, the fastest mile of the night. Co-ownerwas in the driver's seat for trainer and co-owner Tom Clark of Charlottetown. A newcomer to Charlottetown, Beckenbauer ( ) finished second with Paphos ( ) third.
Campbell had a driving double on the card, winning with Better Wave in 2:02.3 and Silky Britches in 2:01.4. Other winners were My Lucky Killean () in 2:01.4, Putnams Snap (Wayne Dunn) in 1:59.3, Bunny Mach (Hughes) in 1:59.4 and I D K (Poulton) in 2:00. Total bet on the 10-dash card was $23,602.
By Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores