Summerside, PE - It was the show Wednesday night at Red Shores' Summerside.
'The Maritime Magic Man' stole the show in Summerside hitting a grand slam on the 14-dash card.
His biggest win of the night came in Race 8. Jann Down extended her win streak to four races, winning her $ 11,700 'Gold' division of the Lady Slipper stake for two-year-old filly pacers. The daughter ofcut out all the numbera laying down fractions of :30.3, 1:03 and 1:33.2 closing it out with a :28.1 kicker stopping the clock in 2:01.3. She is owned by the Downey Stables and Stephen Mason does the training.
Barrieau also picked up a Grassroot victory for the same connections with Ubettowin. He won agrassroots with a catch drive on Ross Melvino and an overnight race with Bringhome Theblue.
The second 'Gold' division seen a four race win streak snapped as, as Dusty Lane Bria moved back to her winning ways snapping the streak of Woodmere Dancenart winning in 1:59 ,closing it out in :28.3. The daughter ofis owned by Kenny Wilkie and Larry Chappell, Wilkie does the training and did the driving.
Arsenault picked up his secomd win with Camco Titan in the $10,800 'Gold' division of thein 158.2. The son of is owned by Windemere Farms, Harris Johnston, John Howatt and Roger Burns. Watts picked up a training double with the victory, he also won a Lady Slipper 'Grassroots' with Windemere Belle. Arsenault had a driving triple on the card winnig with DBS Rosco in 1:57.4.
The second 'Gold' division was won by the two-year-oldcolt Jack Reacher in 1:58.1. He is owned by the Lenny and Squiggy stable, Cliff Murphy does the training and son Kenny handled the driving duties. The colt now has two lifetime victories from two starts.
Miss Oromocto also extended her lifetime win streak to two races in a division of the Lady Slipper 'Grassroots'. Brian Macphee did the driving for co-owner and training Mel Land along with co-owner Sharon Burchill.
Silverhill Blaze inline to trainer, driverpicked up the victory in the last 'Grassroots' division for owner Donald MacRae.
Flaming Prince posted the fastest mile of the night with a 1:56 score for driver. It was Gallant's second winner on the program after guiding OK Chivas to victory in race four.
Racing returns to Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park Thursday at 7pm and Saturday at 6pm. The National Driving Championship, featuring the Founder's Cup Invitational, is Tuesday with a 7pm post time. The action returns to Red Shores' Summerside next Wednesday night featuring the two and three-year-old trotters.
by Bo Ford, for Red Shores