Charlottetown, PE - The four-year-old chestnut gelding, Red Magician will look to pick up his third victory on red soil when he takes on seven other foes in the Saturday night feature at Red Shores' Charlottetown. Post time is 6 p.m. for the 12-dash card.
Owned by Dale and Ronnie Rennie of Elmsdale, Red Magician has only missed one top two finish since arriving to P.E.I. in July. Dale Rennie handles the training duties on the winner of over $ 30,000 this season. picks up the catch driving call from Post 2.
Say It Again Sam will look to get back to his winning ways after he seen his 10-race win streak snapped on Gold Cup and Saucer night.
It was the three-year-old gelding's first defeat since relocating to P.E.I. under the ownership of Foxyhall Racing. The trainee has drawn Post 7. The 'Blue Knight' Hughes will also do the driving. McMaverick, Blu Meadow Willie, Eagle Jolt, Cheyenne Ford, Tempo Seelster and Carrera Angel round out the Preferred 2 pacers in Race 11.
Hurrah 4 Island Charities is back in full-force Saturday night, fresh off a victory in the 'Grassroot' division, Hurrah has drawn into Post 2 for trainer and catch-driver . Special Olympics P.E.I. was at Red Shores' last Saturday afternoon as Hurrah returned back to the winner circle.
Hurrah's August earnings are being donated to Special Olympics P.E.I., he already has over $2,000 this month. Hurrah will go up against his stablemate My Kinda Crazy as he looks to win his third race in-a-row. The three-year-old son of was also a winner in his 'Grassroot' division during Old Home Week. Bradley will drive from Post 6 for the Kickin Horse Stable.
The Open Trot goes in Race 6, the wily veteran Abundaspin has been listed as the morning line favourite. The 14-year-old winner of 77 races lifetime has drawn into Post 5 for owner Mikaela Lustic. does the driving and training. Abundaspin finished third in the PEIHRIA trot final in his last start.
Zip The Lip has drawn the rail for owners Orville Willis and co-owner, trainer Donald Sweet. Brian MacPhee will do the driving after finishing second in the PEIHRIA trot final for $ 10, 700. Howmacs Pride has back-t0-back victories and has finished in the top three in her last four. She is owned by Wade Peconi and the Howmac Farms LTD. Charlottetown's top driver, does the training and driving as he prepares for the National Driving Championship on Tuesday night at Red Shores' Charlottetown.
by Bo Ford, for Red Shores