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Drivingthedragon N made quick work of her harness racing feature race rivals on Saturday afternoon at Red Shores Charlottetown. Leaving from post 7, the Jason Hughes trainee blasted off the wings, engaging in an early dual with Motorino to the opening quarter before taking complete control and drawing off to win by six. Owned by Donald MacRae of Vernon Bridge, she laid down fractions of :28.1, :58.4, 1:28.2 before closing in out in 1:58.1 over a rain soaked capital city oval. The seven-year-old daughter of Sutter Hanover is making a late case for the Aged Pacing Mare of the Year award in the region. Since arriving on red soil the mare has seven wins from 13 starts, including the Atlantic Aged Mares final and knocking off invitational superstar D Gs Camme. The victory capped off another stellar day for 'The Blue Knight', in race eight he steered Dial The Bossman to his fourth consecutive victory, using first up tactics to win by three and a quarter lengths. The two-year-old son of Artistic Fella has been impressive in his young racing career for trainer Tom Weatherbie and owner Doug MacPhee. It was part of a driving hat-trick who also scored with trainee First Art Down. Fresh off winning the Paul MacDonald Drivers Championship last week, Corey MacPherson picked up right where he left off scoring three victories on the card. Macpherson, who is enjoying a career best season scored with Just A Professor from off the pace and followed up with front-end victories about Jetster and Jetta Flys. Marc Campbell will have to wait another day to break his record for most wins in a season at Red Shores Charlottetown. He headed into the card just two back from breaking the record but only managed to score with his own trainee Woodmere Articblue, who picked up her third straight victory. Veteran reinsman Kenny Arsenault was in fine form on Saturday afternoon with a pair of victories aboard Frill Seeker and Dbs Rosco from his own outfit. The afternoon wager for the 16-dash card was $43,086. By Bo Ford

It was the Marc Campbell show on Sunday at Red Shores Charlottetown and it was capped off courtesy of a harness racing feature race win with Eagle Jolt. The Winsloe resident capped off a grand slam with the nine-year-old son of Village Jolt winning the $2,300 Preferred. Minor Wisdom rocked the gate and laid down cut throat :27.3, :57 fractions before the pocket sitting Simon Said took over the lead. Drivingthedragon pushed the pace and took over the lead in mid stretch before Eagle Jolt nosed her out in 1:56.2. It was the 10th win on the season for the veteran pacer who will be a candidate for Aged Pacer of the year with over $15, 000 in the bankroll in 2016 for owners Wilbur and Marie MacDonald. The 'Campbell Watch' was under full watch on Sunday as he closes in on his 2012 dash title for most wins in a single season at Red Shores. Campbell drove into Sundays card with 119 seasonal winners and with the grand slam he moved to 123, just seven wins away. The Campbell show started early with his own trainee Island Energetic scoring in race 1, he followed up with Elm Grove Kaboom for Larry and Kathy Chappell in Race 3. Woodmere Terror a first time Campbell trainee also scored a front-end victory to give Campbell a training triple and give him a new seasonal best for most wins in a single season as a trainer at 58. Veteran reinsmen Kenny Arsenault enjoyed a driving double on the card scoring with American Captain from his own stable and with Kayas Sweetheart for Ralph Sweet. The afternoon handle was $26,618 on the 14-dash card. Racing returns to Red Shores Charlottetown next Saturday with a 12:30 start. By: Bo Ford

Red Shores Summerside played home to a flurry of stake action on Sunday afternoon featuring the harness racing two-year-old colts and fillies in the Joe O'Brien and Lady Slippers stakes.   Tobinator bounced back with an eye catching performance in the lone Joe O'Brien Gold division for $16,000. The Trevor Hicken trainee used a Corey MacPherson first over trip to over power fraction setter and the post time second choice Carters Caper. The 1:56.3 clocking was his lifetime best score from four victories and just one fifth of a second off the two-year-old track record. The son of Coastocoast Yankee is owned by Kent Livingston, Perry, Robin and Luke Burke.   The win was part of a driving triple for the reinsmen MacPherson who scored with Magical Cowgirl in a Lady Slipper Grassroot and Just A Professor in a condition. The daughter of former Maritime free-for-all pacer Proven Lover, Filly Forty Seven used front-end tactics for driver-trainer Marc Campbell to score in the first Lady Slipper Gold division for $11,000. Campbell blasted his charge to the point and held off a late charge from Tobins Secret for her third victory of the season in a lifetime best 1:59.2. She is owned by Daryl Maclean, Kate Smallwood, Corey Carver and Tanya Tremblet. Campbell had a driving and training double on the card scoring with Ryans Allstars in a O'Brien Grassroot division in 1:58.4. Mark Bradley picked up a pair of 'Slippers' during his Sunday afternoon duties. Bradley guided his own trainee Shesaroyal Cowgirl to a pocket ride victory in the second Gold division. The red,white and black released Goodmorning Ky to the lead after post time favorite Woodmere Dreams made a break. Bradley tipped her out at the top of the stretch for her second straight victory also in a lifetime best 1:59.2. The daughter of Brandons Cowboy is owned by Brian and William Andrew. Bradley scored with Keep It Country in a Grassroots division. Positive Outcome and Traces Of Purple won the other two Lady Slipper Grassroots. The Hawk was the winner of the other Joe O'Brien Grassroot. The Ultimate Stable, trainer Sifroi Melanson and driver Mark Pezzarello had a team double winning with Ultimately Handsome and Ultimate Flyingnun in the Peter Coughlin Memorial. The afternoon wager was $36,658. Racing returns to Red Shores Summerside for a special Labour Day card. For complete results go to   By Bo Ford

Red Shores Charlottetown witnessed some vintage harness racing Walter Cheverie driving in the evenings top races. Cheverie showed his patients in the evening top class with his own trainee Nogreatmischief waiting until the head of the lane and circled the field for a 1:56.4 victory. Ok Galahad released stable made to lead past the half both the Hughes trainees couldn't hold off the late charge. Cheverie is the owner of the top class winner. Ramblinglily returned to her winning ways in the Race 7 Open Mares with another Cheverie worst to first move for regular pilot Cheverie to complete the driving double. The Alan Jones trainee was saddled with the outside Post 6 and used a brush past the three quarters to overtake fraction setter and Spud Island Classic winner Shadows Mystery. Trainer Alan Jones co-owns with Norm Leger. 'Lily's' 10th win of the season was clocked in 1:56.4. Veteran campaigner Brian MacPhee had a hat trick on the 10 dash card winning with All The Weapons, Idealic Life and Celebrate Your Bet. Jason Hughes picked up a driving double on the card. Racing returns with an action packed card at Red Shores Summerside featuring the two-year-old colts and fillies in the Joe O'Brien and Lady Slipper Stakes. By Bo Ford

The Ferris wheel lights may not have been in the background at Red Shores Charlottetown on Thursday night but harness racing driver Marc Campbell had no problem lighting it up. Campbell, a two-time Gold Cup and Saucer winner went swinging for the fences, hitting a grand slam on the 12-dash card. He capped his four victories off in the Open Trot when his own trainee Freddie. Campbell has a perfect pocket ride behind the newly deemed track record holder Osprey Impact before she spoiled her chances with a break around the final turn. The four-year- old gelded son of Majestic Son returned to winning form scoring in 1:58.3 for his tenth victory of the season for the Three Wisemen Stable. The Winsloe native also scored with Vintage Winner, Yankee No More and Cardigan Jack who was part of a training double for trainer Paul Morrison. Zanzibar scored in a lifetime best 1:58 to complete the double. Doing Some Damage priced up the Thursday evening top class, entered as a $12,000 claimer driver Corey MacPherson blasted his charge off of the gate and set up for a pocket ride heading towards the half. The Trevor Hicken trainee slipped up the passing lane for his 40th lifetime victory in 1:55.2. Kent Livingston is the owner. The 6-2-1 triactor was the selection of track announcer Vance Cameron. Trainer Jackie Matheson picked up his 39th and 40th Red Shores Charlottetown victories on the card courtesy of Artners In Crime and Alittleeasternagic. For complete results go to By Bo Ford

Machinthesand in line to Norris Rogers used a first over journey to overpower fraction setter Motorino, to take the Wednesday harness racing feature at Red Shores Summerside. The seven-year-old son of Mach Three positioned himself in the three-hole from post six before making his move just past the half and stopping the clock in 1:55.3. It was Machinthesand's six win of the season for the Noonan Holdings Ltd., Russell and Karen Noonan. Hughie Murphy handles the training duties. Motorino laid down fractions of :28,:58 and 1:26.3 and held tough to be second, Painted Desert picked up the show prize. Veteran free-legged pacer Blu Meadow Willie added his name to an elusive category when he crossed the finish line first in Race 6. The 12-year-old son of Drop Off picked up his 60th lifetime victory in his 282nd lifetime start for co-owners Bob and Brenda MacInnis. Walter Cheverie engineered the winning trip getting up by a neck to win in 2:01.4. Cheverie picked up the driving double scoring in Race 7 with the Alex Sobey trainee Sendmeasign. Corey MacPherson also scored a driving double, winning first with Minor Wisdom for Kristina McCourt and closing out the card with his own trainee Useful Hanover. Racing returns to Red Shores Summerside on Sunday with a 1 p.m.start. The card will feature the 2-year-old colts and fillies in the Joe O'Brien and Lady Slipper Stakes. For complete results go to By Bo Ford

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 By Bo Ford

Charlottetown PE- Forever Paradise returned to his winning way on Saturday night at Red Shores Charlottetown taking the $2,200 harness racing feature. Mike McGuigan pointed the post time favorite to the lead for trainer Kevin Maclean, laying down fractions of :28.3,:58.1 and 1:27 before laying down a closing quarter of :28.4, stopping the clock in 1:55.4. Reg MacPherson, David and Aaron Mackenzie share ownership of the 6-year-old Western Paradise gelding. It was a stretch drive the McGuigan family won't soon forget, Mike's father Len McGuigan picked up the catch driving call on long shot All Turain and as they reach the top of the stretch the teacher Len tipped All Turain out of the three hole but didn't have enough to take the student Mike to school. McGuigan picked up a driving double on the card winning with his own trainee Fightmaster in the 5th race. Trainer Vaughn Doyle had the early daily double on the card driving Scoot Out Of Here to a race 1 victory before handing the lines over to Marc Campbell who completed the double with Ideal Lifestyle. Doyle would rack up a driving double on the card winning with Three Truths later on the card. Campbell had a driving triple on the card winning with Zero Rate and his own trainee the 'King of the Rock' Inspired Art in the evening finale. The total handle was $24,431 Machinthesand doubles up on feature victories Summerside PE- The Machinthesand fans are used to seeing at Red Shores Summerside is back and he is back with a vengeance. After crushing his opponents with a front-end victory on Wednesday night, The Hughie Murphy trainee was back at it again on Sunday in the afternoon feature. Norris Rogers rolled the seven-year-old Mach Three gelding through hot fractions before driving away from pocket sitting Motorino and picking up back to back victories for the Noonan Holdings LTD - Russell and Karen Noonan. His fifth victory of the year was a season's best clocking, 1:55.1. The victory was part of a driving double for Rogers who kicked of the card aboard his own trainee Goodmorning Rambo. Corey MacPherson also had a driving double on the card winning with Dustylanemissmolly in a lifetime best 1:57.2 and closed out the card with Useful Hanover. The total handle was $16,688 For complete race results and replays visit By Bo Ford

Charlottetown, PE - Young harness racing reinsmen Adam Merner took full advantage of some live catch drives on Thursday night at Red Shores Charlottetown. Merner celebrated a career night capturing a hat-trick on the card that included a victory in the evenings feature race. Veteran pacer Smiley Bayama may have been over shadowed by his driver's performance on the night but the 8 year-old Aces Up stallion picked up his fourth consecutive victory for owners Shelley and Alexis Gass. The Ron Gass trainee scored in 1:56.1. The duo of Merner and Gass also teamed up with Caliban Hanover earlier on the card. Merner's third winner on the card was with Kyle Gillis trainee Windemere Stanley. Marc Campbell trainee Freddie returned to winning form in the Open Trot, crushing his rivals in 1:59. Campbell handed the driving duties to assistant trainer Ryan Desroche for the Three Wiseman Stable. The first year pilot made no doubt about the catch-drive, engineering a first over journey before clearing up the back side and driving away with a :28.4 closing quarter. A day shy of his birthday Gary Chappell picked up a driving double with trainee J J Dream Chasin and aboard Female Finesse. For complete results go to By Bo Ford  

Charlottetown, PE - Jeb, in line to driver Jason Hughes, needed every step of the race track to collar fraction setter Forever Paradise in the top class Saturday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The 'Blue Knight' used a first over attack before dropping into the two-hole up the back stretch during a 28.3 third quarter, moving out at the top of the stretch and nailing the victory at the wire in 1:55. The Hughes trainee picked up his third consecutive victory for owners Robi Hughes, Eric MacLauchlan and Blair MacLauchlan, Stratford, PE. Dubbed the 'Queen of the Open Mares' in the Maritime region, Ramblinglily used a perfect two hole trip for reinsmen Walter Cheverie to return to her winning form this week in 1:55.4. Owned by Alan Jones and Norm Leger the maritime bred daughter of Articulator looked prepped and ready for next week's Lobster Fest eliminations at Red Shores Summerside. Driver and trainer Kenny Arsenault picked up a pair of victories with a set of dandy looking three-year-old colts. Lukes Cowboy took a two-hole ride until the three quarter pole before making the move out of the two-hole to score in 1:56.2. Rosewood was sent right down the road clicking the teletimer in 1:57.2. Corey MacPherson extended his lead as the top driver at Red Shores Charlottetown with victories aboard his own trainees Brodys Leona and Swingirl. He also won with Idealic Life making it a natural hat trick. For complete results go to by Bo Ford, for Red Shores

Casimir Luciano returned to his winning way on a harness racing Friday afternoon in the Canada Day Pace at Red Shores Summerside. Marc Campbell put the Ralph Sweet trainee on top for every call for his tenth win of the season, stopping the teletimer in 1:56.4. The win puts the seven-year old gelded son of Sir Luck over $10, 000 in earnings on the season. The first two-year-old winner of the 2016 season came in Race 5 on the afternoon courtney of Twomacsoneshadow.   The two-year-old son of Shadow Play was put on top at every call by driver Gilles Barrieau winning in 1:59.   Trained by Earl Watts the first win lifetime came for owners Wayne Mac Rae and the Howmac Farms LTD.   The win was one of two victories for the Maritime Magic Man on the card. Drivers Terry Gallant, Jason Hughes and Ken Murphy all enjoyed driving doubles on the card.   For complete results go to   By Bo Ford  

Charlottetown, PE - On a Thursday night trot at Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park that featured five trot races it was gelding Frill Seeker and mare Osprey Impact taking their respective Open Trot classes. Frill Seeker in rein to Kenny Arsenault dominated the horses and gelding open trot, taking over control off of the gate, after heavy favorite Freddy made a break, Frill Seeker laid down all the numbers just missing the horses and geldings track record, with a 1:58.3 victory for the Ebbsfleet Stables. Walter Cheverie and Osprey Impact used a perfect pocket ride behind fraction setter Paymenowpaymelater to take the Open Mares trot in 1:59.4 for owner and trainer Paul Larrabee. It was her first win in only her second start of the season. The other trot winners were Howmac Gypsy (Jack Panting), I Aint No Lady (Corey MacPherson) and Majian Chester (James Ripley) Bazillion entered at a $10,000 claiming price was able to price up his seven rivals in the Thursday feature. Owned by Kent Livingston and trained by Trevor Hicken the six-year-old son of Village Jolt and pilot Brian Macphee used rail control to lay down all the fraction for a 1:57.1 score. In the evenings fifth race there was an accident just passed the half involving Canadian Rocket (Mark Cullen) and Bumpbsandbruises (Darrell Neill). Both drivers and horses walked away from the accident. Arsenault picked up a driving double on the card. For complete results go to By Bo Ford, for Red Shores

Summerside, PE - The annual Canada Day card at Red Shores Summerside will kick off an action packed weekend at both Red Shores locations this week. The 14-dash card will get underway Friday at 1 p.m. and will feature the always-entertaining Canada Day Pace. The afternoon top class will line up in Race 13, as outside Post 6 starter Machinthesand will look to make it back-to-back victories in the Red Shores Summerside feature. With rail control last time out the seven-year-old Mach Three gelding used a perfect pocket ride to deliver in deep stretch for owners Noonan Holdings LTD., Russell and Karen Noonan. The 1:57.2 score completed with a :28.4 closing quarter is the best win time to date for the Hughie Murphy trainee. Ken Murphy will handle the driving duties. Last week's runner-up finisher Motorino carries a 6 for 8 top three-finish record into the race from Post 4, Terry Gallant trains, drives and co-owns with Eric Johnston. The field is rounded out by Rash B Havior, Spirit of America, Casimir Luciano and Dbs Rosco. The back-up Non-winners of $1,251 will close out the afternoon card in Race 14, Athletic Putnam has been installed as the morning line favorite for owners Paul Biggar and Donald Callbeck, Dale Spence will pick up the driving assignment. The ever-popular Backstretch Beat is not going with morning odds favorite in this class. The "Beat" has listed position 2 starter Bowyer Hanover as the top selection. For race programs, top picks with the Backstretch Beat and live broadcast go to Forever Paradise gets top call in Red Shores Feature Charlottetown, PE - A pair of Cecil Ladner Memorial starters will square off in the Race 7 Preferred 1 Saturday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Post time is 6pm. Forever Paradise will pick up the catch driving services of Gilles Barrieau this week from post 5 and has been listed as the morning line favorite. The ownership group of Reg MacPherson, David and Aaron MacKenzie, have enjoyed a seven for eight top three finish this season which includes four victories for the Kevin MacLean trainee. The newcomer to the Island racing scene, Doing Some Damage, has drawn into post 4 in the compact field of 5 for owner Kent Livingston. Coming in off of a fifth place finish in the Ladner, the winner of 38 races lifetime will team up with driver Corey MacPherson for trainer Trevor Hicken. The field is rounded out by My Lucky Killean (Ken Murphy), Jeb (Jason Hughes) and Fightmaster (Mike McGuigan). Six of the region's best mares will face-off in Race 9 with Ramblinglily drawing the outside post 6 as the morning line favorite while Best Risque has post 5. Last week's Open Mare winner Shadows Mystery is absent from competition this week. The 12-dash card gets underway at 6 p.m. For race programs, top picks and live broadcast go to By Bo Ford, for Red Shores

Charlottetown, PE - Last year's Governors Plate Champion D Gs Camme is back and Saturday night he'll look for redemption against seven rivals in the 2016 addition of the Cecil Ladner Memorial Invitational at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Post time is 6pm. The Bell-Aliant Race Day TV1 webcast will carry all the action beginning at 5:30pm at Dubbed the morning line favorite from post 7, the six-year-old son of Blissfull Hall will look to turn his runner-up finish in last year's Ladner final into redemption for owners Tom Clark, Ron Matheson, Quentin and Hal Bevan, Charlottetown, PE. D Gs Camme showed last week he is back to old form leaving the preferred pacers in the dust winning by three lengths in 1:55. Gilles Barrieau will handle the driving duties for trainer Jackie Matheson as they search for their first Ladner victory. The task at hand will not be easy when he faces off against Mach Wheel, stable-mate Clic K, Forever Paradise, Narragansett, Ok Galahad, Warrawee Phoenix and newcomer Doing Some Damage. The Atlantic Regional Driver Championship is also in play on the card. Eight drivers from across the region will square off in eight races with the top two finishers heading to the National Driver Championship to see who will represent Canada at the 2017 World Driving Championship. Islander Jason Hughes looks to be the favorite heading into the event with the best morning line odds of his seven rivals. Prince Edward Island will also send out Walter Cheverie, Corey MacPherson and Marc Campbell. John Gerard Kennedy, Paul Langille and Darren Crowe will represent Nova Scotia. While New Brunswick's lone representative is Ed Harvey. The Waveskills Sailing School Pace will feature six of the top Open Mares in the region, with Ramblinglily, fresh off a 1:54.4 track record tying performance at Red Shores Summerside, selected as the morning line favorite. For race programs, top picks or live broadcast go to Motorino favored Summerside top class Summerside, PE - The action shifts to Red Shores Summerside on Sunday when Motorino looks to pick up back-to-back victories in the afternoon feature. Post time is 1pm. The race seven, Post 3 starter was a winner for trainer driver and co-owner Terry Gallant last week when clearing to the lead past the half and driving away to win by two and a quarter lengths in 1:57.1. Eric Johnston shares ownership. From post 2 Casimir Luciano will look to return to his winning ways after seeing his four race win streak go up in smoke last week, Jason Hughes gets the catch driving call for owner, trainer Ralph Sweet. The small but select field of five is rounded out with Machinthesand, Rash B Havior and American Captain. Coasttocoastshark is the morning line favorite in race 6 to kick off the pick 5 promotion with a jackpot of $500 for on track players. Corey Macpherson will do the driving for owner Shirley Wallace and trainer Jeffery Wallace, Alberton, PE. The $100,000 Dash for Cash is also in play at Red Shores Summerside in Race 12, P C Shockwave is listed as the morning line favorite after shocking his rivals last trip out winning by 13 in 1:57.3 for owner Scott MacPhail and trainer, driver Wade Sorrie. The Backstretch Beat has pegged a long shot play in the afternoon finale, landing on J Rs Hurricane for catch-driver Kenny Arsenault. For entries, top picks with the backstretch beat and live video go to By Bo Ford  

Charlottetown, PE - The best harness racing 3-year-old pacers the Maritimes have to offer are set to duke it out in their respective eliminations for next week's elusive Maritime Breeders Finals. Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park will play host to a power packed 14-dash card featuring five Maritime Breeders Eliminations, Preferred 1 feature and the best mares the East Coast has to offer. Action gets under way at 6 p.m. Jackson K Down will kick off the three colt eliminations in Race 4 when the two-year-old stand out looks to win his ninth straight race dating back to last season. Owned by the Downey Stables and conditioned by Steve Mason, the son of Camystic has won 12 of his 13 lifetime starts. Gilles Barrieau will handle the driving duties from Post 1. Dusty Lane Arby showed in the Bob Dewar he has the stuff to strut with the big boys, he has drawn post 5 in the second $3,000 elimination for driver Corey MacPherson, he will have to contend with another Downey-Mason hopeful in K D Overdrive who has drawn the outside Post 6. A pair of Tom Weatherbie trainees have drawn into the first Maritime Breeders elimination for the fillies, morning line favorite Glory Jean has drawn post 3 for driver Mark Bradley while Howmac Annie will leave from post 2 in the field of 7 for Barrieau. Meridian Farms sire Brandons Cowboy will be well represented in the final colts division Race 10, Lukes Cowboy is the morning line Favorite for Kenny Arsenault from Post 3, Beaus Cowboy has Post 6 and J K Cowboy will leave from Post 4. Howmacscanasta will highlight the second of only two filly divisions, the daughter of Articulator has drawn the outside post 7 for owners Wayne MacRae, Robert Tilley and Lester Mott, the Barrieau trained and driven winner of seven races lifetime will look to pick up her third victory from only three starts. Last year's Governors Plate winner and Gold Cup and Saucer, D Gs Camme will headline the race 13 feature, fresh off of a 1:57 and change, the now six-year-old son of Blissfull Hall has been saddled with the Post 7 for conditioner Jackie Matheson and the his regular pilot Barrieau. For race programs, top picks or live broadcast go to Casimir Luciano going for eight at Summerside Summerside, PE - Harness racing action is back at Red Shores Summerside Sunday at 1pm. The 13th race feature will once again see Casimir Luciano and driver Marc Campbell look to extend their winning streak to eight consecutive races. Casimir Luciano has drawn post 5 for owner trainer Ralph Sweet. Other contenders include Oh To Be Me, Motorino, Carivore and Dbs Rosco. The Backstretch Beat is a new addition to the Red Shores Summerside program, filled with insight on the top sections in each and every race. The 'beat' has landed on Bowyer Hanover in Race 9. "Look no further than the way he finished his mile last time out, he was flying! Any kind of speed like that could be to much for the rest to handle," reads the 'Beat'. Narragansett for Foxyhall Racing and trainer-driver Jason Hughes are pegged for second while Pictonian Storm is picked for the show prize. There is sure to be lots of action in the Drive For Charity this week at Red Shores Summerside, in the kick off last week a number of drivers we're out of province on stake duties but are back to rack up the dollars for local charities. For race programs, Backstretch Beat and live broadcast go to By Bo Ford

Forever Paradise and harness racing driver Mike McGuigan will look to pick up their third victory of the 2016 campaign in the Saturday feature at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. First race post time is 6pm. The duo will team up with trainer Kevin MacLean and owners Reg Macpherson, David and Aaron Mackenzie to face off against seven other foes in Race 12. The winner of last weeks preferred pace in 1:55.1 has drawn post 7. The race will feature the second start off the bench for the former Premier's Pace winner Clic K (post 8), The iron tough All Turain makes his first start of the 2016 season from Post 5 as well as back-to-back winner Waterside Light. The Open Mares will settle the score in Race 7 when morning line favorite Best Risque squares off with the new comer Alittleeastermagic and a pair of top stakes fillies last season, Miss Oromocto and Dustylane Msvickie. Stakes stars invade Summerside Sunday It's a sure sign that summer is just around the corner when the stakes season kicks off at Red Shores Summerside. The historic Prince County oval is celebrating 130 years of racing. The Sunday program gets underway at 1pm. The 14-dash card features four divisions of three-year-old colts in the $5, 975 Bob Dewar Memorial and four divisions of the three-year-old fillies in the $5, 650 Ruby Chappell Memorial. The stakes action gets under way in race 3 with Glory Jean looking to continue her winning ways for owner Blair Hansen, trainer Tom Weatherbie and driver Mark Bradley, she'll be forced to do battle with mainlanders Howmacfiesty and morning line favorite Shalara. The first division of the Bob Dewar will go to post in Race 5, as Dusty Lane Arby returns back to home soil for owner trainer Ronnie Gass and driver Corey MacPherson, he will face off against K D Overdrive. The reining Maritime Breeders and Atlantic Breeders Crown winners from last season in their respective divisions are both in action on the card. Howmacscanasta has drawn into post 2 in the afternoon's 7th Race, while Jackson K Down will look to start his season off on a winning note from post 7 in Race 13. Gilles Barrieau will be in the driver seat for both. By Bo Ford

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