Day At The Track

Action returns to Red Shores Summerside

02:36 AM 24 Aug 2016 NZST
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Red Shores Summerside
The horses return to the legendary Red Shores Summerside harness racing oval on Wednesday night under the lights with a 7 p.m.

The locally based Motorino is pegged as the morning-line favorite in the $2,000 featured Race 8. The Terry Gallant trainee comes in off of a scratch but the last time he went behind the gate he was a front-end winner in a season best 1:55.3. Gallant will be back in the driver seat, he co-owns with Eric Johnston.

Foxyhall Racing's Narragansett has drawn post 5 fresh off of bang up second place finish in the Wal and Joe Hennessey for trainer and driver Jason Hughes. The seven-year-old son of Rocknroll Hanover is having a bounce back season with over $7,000 made in 16 starts.

Momara comes in with a three-race win streak on the line. The main land invader is owned by Ralph Harvey and trained by son Ed. Walter Cheverie picks up the catch-driving assignment.

The evening finale, Race 9, sees Lucky Encounter try to extend his win streak to three when he tackles seven rivals from Post 5.

The Back Stretch Beat has pegged Blu Meadow Willie to pick up his 60th lifetime victory in the 6th race.

The veteran free-legged pacer has been sitting on number 59 over his past five starts.

For race programs and more information visit www.redshores.ca

By Bo Ford

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