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CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - The preferred pace lines up again Saturday afternoon with a familiar face returning to the harness racing fray at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The 14-dash Saturday program has a 12:30 P.M. start time and Rose Run Quest is home to take on P.E.I.'s best in race 13 of the day. Owned by Blair Hansen of Charlottetown, the former Governor's Plate champion will return to the Gilles Barrieau stable after a short stint in Ontario. The 49-time winner has post 2 in the $2,900 preferred pace at 6-1 morning line odds after going down to defeat in all three of his Ontario starts. Screen Test is the top choice from post 6 for driver Corey MacPherson and trainer Ronnie Gass, riding a two-race win streak at this level into this week's contest. Chocolate Swirl (To be driven by Jason Hughes) has post 3 after winning both of his East Coast tries from the red hot Jennifer Doyle barn. Revenant also has a two-race win streak and will start from post 5 for trainer-driver Adam Merner. Peter MacPhee with the Post Time Picks places Screen Test on top of his tickets. "Screen Test blasted off the wings last week and made every call a winning one scoring in 1:56.4," MacPhee said. "He's assigned post six this week and we'll see what Corey does but if they fire home in 28.1 again he could triple up." Also in the preferred field are Winter Blast (Ken Murphy) and Burn Out Hanover (David Dowling). Woodmere Chella leads the way in the race 9 Fillies and Mares Open for a $2,900 pot for driver MacPherson and trainer Gass. Starting from post 1, the Valleygrove Farms owned mare was a runner-up in her return to Island racing to Dreamfair Zenfire, who is not entered this week. Roselily makes her East Coast debut from post 5 in that class for trainer-driver Merner and owner Robin Burke of Brackley. The seven-year-old daughter of Big Jim has been racing the claiming ranks ay Yonkers Raceway in New York and has won 17 times in her career for $211,109 in purse money. Race 5 is the Chef Of The Year - Andrew Smith pace with Pacific Delight the morning line favourite from post 9 for driver Barrieau and trainer Ron Matheson fresh off a win in 2:00 in her return to Island racing after racing the Ontario circuit. Smith, Red Shores executive chef, was recently named the 2019 chef of the year by the PEI Association of Chefs and Cooks. Watch all the action live at and wager online at By Nicholas Oakes For Red Shores

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - Saving ground at every point in the mile Rockin Indy powered up in the final strides to upset the apple cart in the Saturday afternoon feature at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The win was part of a driving triple for Cornwall driver Corey MacPherson, who sat behind the post 1 starting Rockin Indy for owner-trainer Troy Murray of Clyde River. Pillage And Burn (Driven by Ken Murphy) found the lead in the $2,600 feature while Rockin Indy sat on his back through splits of 29.2, 59.1 and 1:28.2 over a wet track listed two-seconds off. Rockin Indy, at odds of 7-1, bailed from his garden ride in the final stanza go by that pacesetter to prevail by a nose in 1:58.2 over the heavily favoured Pillage And Burn with Revenant (Adam Merner) finishing third. MacPherson also visited the winner's circle with Whim Road Gem in 2:02.1 from the Mike McGuigan barn and Fern Hill Dynamic in 1:59.2 for the first lifetime training win for conditioner Tessa MacKinnon of Souris. The $2,300 trotting feature was the second part of a Gilles Barrieau hat trick as he guided his own Cheeky Little Minx to a first-over win in 2:00.4. Barrieau hit the wire first in race 6 with newcomer Fluentocity for a 1:59 win for trainer Blaine Baglole and in race 9 aboard IC True Grit for trainer Chad Taylor. The Eddie Power Memorial pace in race 4 saw a 20-1 upset with Windsun Rebel rewarding his backers in 1:59.1. Mark Bradley was in the bike for trainer Vaughan Doyle of Charlottetown. For race replays and more go to by Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores  

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - Hop Up solidified herself as the greatest harness racing trotting mare in the history of Atlantic Canadian harness racing as she rewrote the record books again Thursday evening at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. In line to Corey MacPherson, the daughter of Tad The Stud cut out all the fractions in the $2,500 Open trot and hung on for a 1:57.1 Charlottetown track record and Atlantic Canadian record for aged trot mares. The trip lowered the previous record of 1:57.2 set by Osprey Impact in 2016. Keith Campbell of Victoria West trains and owns the 18-time winner who also crowned herself the fastest Maritime Bred mare ever on the Eastern Seaboard last month in Charlottetown. Mabou Ridge declared victory in the lone $10,000 P.E.I. Colt Stakes three-year-old trot class off a pocket ride behind tempo setter Tequila Tuesday (Driven by Myles Heffernan Sr.) in a 1:58.3 new lifetime best for the son of Armbro Barrister. Clare MacDonald was in the driver's seat behind her trainee for owner Arnold Rankin of Antigonish, N.S. The trip tied the three-year-old track trotting record set by Gettin Messi in 2019 as well as the overall three-year-old Maritime record that is co-held by Tequila Tuesday, who had an identical 1:58.3 trip in Summerside earlier this season. In two-year-old P.E.I. Colt Stakes action, Dusty Lane Milo finally got the better of Mr Finlay Ridge to snap the latter's win streak in 2:04.1 in their $6,000 division. It was win number three in a row for Dusty Lane Milo and driver Adam Merner, trainer Ron Gass and owner Marsha Knox of Stanhope. A Little Go Go claimed the other $6,000 rookie trot split in 2:02.4 for trainer-driver Marc Campbell and owner Grayland Farm of Gulf Shore, N.S. It was one of four winners on the program for Campbell as he also tasted victory with Filly Forty Seven in 1:57 from his own stable as well as Better Be In Love in 1:57.4 for trainer Brendan Mullen and Setting Day in a new personal best of 1:59.1 from the Mike McGuigan stable. Trainer Tom Weatherbie celebrated a pair of wins as Doctor Sunshine made a maiden score of 1:58.2 for driver Mark Bradley and Temagami Seelster won her fourth straight in a seasonal best of 1:55.3 with Brodie MacPhee at the controls. Go to for race replays and more. by Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores  

SUMMERSIDE, PE - Soccer Hanover put the finishing touches on a Corey MacPherson driving harness racing hat-trick in the featured event on a special Wednesday evening harness racing program at Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway. Soccer Hanover and his Cornwall driver settled away last of five in the $2,450 featured pace at the Prince County oval while Heart And Soul (Driven by Jason Hughes) was first to the lead with a 27 second opening quarter. Soccer Hanover then made a rush on the outside and was released to the lead by Heart And Soul at the 57.1 halfway point. Three-quarters were triggered in 1:26 before Soccer Hanover closed the mile out in 1:55.4 by over two-lengths with Heart And Soul second and Brandons Glory (Dale Spence) prevailing in the show photo. Leith Waite trains and co-owns the winning Dragon Again six-year-old for co-owners Les and Spencer Waite of Charlottetown. MacPherson's other wins were with Adventure Luck in 1:59.2 for Robert Williams of Ellerslie and with Avenue Road Katie in 1:59 from the Phil Sizer barn of Kensington. Trainer Sifroi Melanson of Greater Lakeburn, N.B., made a pair of trips to the winner's circle on the program as Love In Paradise (David Dowling) was a front end winner in 2:00.3 and Bouttagetlucky (Jason Hughes) had a maiden breaking victory of 2:02.4. Race 10 of the card was won by Howmac Magic (Gilles Barrieau) in 1:58.3 but the oddity of the dash saw Varadero Hanover (Dowling) finish fifth while Flowersonthebeach (Sired by Varadero Hanover) was fourth for driver Ken Murphy. Go to for race replays and more. By Nicholas Oakes For Red Shores

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - Guarding the rail from the start, Painted Desert and driver Corey MacPherson never looked back en route to a historic milestone for the harness racing reinsman Saturday Night at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. MacPherson celebrated win number 1,000 of his driving career aboard his own trainee as the 14-year-old son of Western Ideal was on top at every call in 1:57.3 for owner Perry Burke of Grosse-Ile., Quebec, to upset at 12-1 odds. The milestone victory was one of three for the 31-year-old Cornwall driver as he also hit the line first with the Melissa Rennie trained Ms Moyse in a lifetime best 1:57.2 score while also closing out the program with Tobinator for trainer Ambyr Campbell in 1:59.1 to bring his lifetime win total to 1,002. Marc Campbell had a pair of winners from his stable including the $2,700 featured pace with Jetster in a new lifetime best of 1:55.3 for owner Jamie Struthers of Nova Scotia. Tempo Seelster (Ken Murphy) rallied for second while Mystery Phil (Driven by Adam Merner) did all the early roadwork to finish third. Campbell's other win came with newcomer Power Of A Cruiser in 1:58.1 for owner Charles Symes of Nova Scotia. The capital oval now goes dark until Thursday July 16. Island racing action will shift to Red Shores Summerside this week for Governor's Plate week racing featuring evening cards Tuesday through Saturday night culminating in the 52nd running of the historic Governor's Plate. For more information go to By Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - With a first-over assault Screen Test prevailed in the Boxing Day harness racing feature Thursday afternoon at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Corey MacPherson was in the bike for the 1:56.4 score in the $2,650 preferred pace for trainer Stephen Gass and owners Kickin Horse Stable of York and William Andrew of Calgary, Alta. Winter Blast (Driven by Jason Hughes) was second while Rockin Indy (David Dowling) completed the triactor. Marc Campbell continued his hot streak as he captured four wins on the program including three from his own Charlottetown stable. Campbell's catch driving win came aboard Santana Sass in 1:58.3 while his other trainee wins were with Jetster in 1:58.4, Dreamfair Van Dam in 2:00.1 and Messier Seelster in 2:03.3. Driver Adam Merner made a trio of visits to the winner's circle on the card starting off in race 3 with Runnindownadream with a 2:03.3 score from the Chris Davies stable of Cornwall. Goodmorning Ky supplied Merner's second win in 2:01.3 for trainer Frank Banks of Summerside, then Selkirk Echo capped off the triple in 2:01.1 for the horse's second straight win from the Jackie Matheson stable. Pictonian Storm captured the Boxing Day Pace for driver Austin Sorrie, trainer Wade Sorrie and owner Tammy Collings, Hazel Brook, PE. The time of the mile was1:59.2. Sorrie, who was home from Ontario for the Christmas break, was named a finalist in the future star category at the upcoming O'Brien Awards next month in Mississauga, Ontario. Wager for Boxing Day was $53,840. Live racing continues at the Capital oval on Tuesday evening at 6:30 P.M. for a special New Year's Eve presentation. For more information click here.. By Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - Positioned perfectly off the harness racing gate, Screen Test converted a two-hole ride into a trip to the featured winner's circle Thursday evening at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park.. Corey MacPherson hustled the Stephen Gass trainee off the wings from post 3 and sat second behind race favourite Burn Out Hanover and driver Gilles Barrieau, through splits of 28.4, 57.1 and 1:26.2 then took his shot off the final turn to win in 1:55.1. JJ Powerball (Marc Campbell) rallied for second with Burn Out Hanover finishing third in the $2,700 preferred class. A four-year-old son of Vertical Horizon, Screen Test is owned by the Kickin Horse Stable of York and William Andrew of Calgary, Alta. Campbell continued his driving dominance on the card with four winners on the midweek program. The Winslow driver hit the wire first with JNJ (1:58.3) for trainer Keith Ford of Charlottetown, Anzula (2:00.1) for Kenneth Wilkie of Stratford, Instant Shadow (1:56.1) for Sifroi Melanson of New Brunswick and with Buckaroo in a 2:00.1 score from his own stable. Barrieau also has a driving triple on the card winning with HP Rubis Joyce (1:58.1) for Blaine Baglole of Cornwall, Scary Good (2:01.4) for trainer Randy Van Meer of Mount Herbert and with Imagine Speed (1:57.3) for owners Doug Matheson of Cornwall and Jessica Hawkins of Warren Grove. For full results click here.  By Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - With a drop out of Invitational company, Burn Out Hanover will have the target square on his back as the one to beat in the Thursday evening harness racing feature at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The 12-dash Thursday card gets underway at 6:30 P.M. with Gilles Barrieau picking up the drive on Burn Out Hanover in the race 11 $2,700 preferred 2 pace. The Jeff Holmes trained pacer, who has not missed a cheque since July, will leave from post 2 in the field of seven for owner Orwell Bay Stable of Orwell. Screen Test was a winner in 1:56 his last start and will get post 3 to work from this week for driver Corey MacPherson and trainer Stephen Gass. Rail control belongs to JJ Powerball with Marc Campbell picking up the catch driving call for trainer Wade Sorrie. Race analyst Les MacIsaac sides with Burn Out Hanover to earn the top prize. "Burn Out Hanover has been keeping company with the bearcats in recent starts and while he hasn't been able to crack the top three, he never missed a cheque," MacIsaac said. "With a slight drop tonight there could be nothing to stand in his way." Also in the field is Jeb (Driven by Jason Hughes), Best To Hurst (Walter Cheverie), Tobinator (Ken Murphy) and Red Magician (Adam Merner). The Andy Butler Memorial trot lines up in race 5 of the program with Majian Chester the top choice with Gordie Hennessey in the seat for trainer Jim Ripley and owner Marylea Ripley of Amherst, N.S. Other top entries in the $1,750 class include Sailor Blue with Murphy in the bike and Wedgewood leaving from post 4 with Gary Chappell, who just celebrated driving win number 2,800 of his career, in the bike. Mrs Dragonfire makes her Island debut in the $1,900 race 12 finale. David Dowling will drive the new acquisition of owner-trainer Reg Ferguson from post 8 in the field of pacing mares. A four-year-old daughter of Dragon Again, Mrs Dragonfire boasts seven lifetime wins and $35,391 in career earnings. For race programs, live video and more go to By Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - With his regular harness racing driver out of town, Tequila Tuesday will take a shot at the biggest purse of the season for rookie trotters Thursday evening at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The 12-dash Thursday card kicks off at 6:30 P.M. with the $18,700 Blair Andrew Memorial two-year-old trot stake lining up in race 4. Tequila Tuesday is the morning line choice from post 5 with Jason Hughes driving this week in the absence of regular driver Myles Heffernan Sr. The son of Armbro Barrister will look to add to his $18,856 in seasonal earnings for trainer Myles Heffernan Jr., and owner Jackie Heffernan of Summerville. Westview Star has rail control in the field of seven with Corey MacPherson at the lines for trainer Stephen Gass. Mykindofparty found his first lifetime win in stakes action last week and draws post 2 this outing with Gary Chappell at the controls. Also in the class is Sailing Home (Driven by Adam Merner), Incredible Hally (Marc Campbell), Go With Her (Kuri White), and Mack Truck (Gilles Barrieau). The Open trot lines up behind the starting gate in race 8 for a $2,350 purse. Freddie was a winner at this level in his last start and will leave from post 7 for trainer-driver Campbell and owner Three Wisemen Stable of Kingston. Majian Gilroy sports an impeccable record of five wins and two seconds from nine seasonal starts. Jim Ripley will drive Majian Gilroy from post 4. Star Photo has post 6 in the top trot with three straight top-three finishes for driver Hughes. The top pace of the evening is in the race 12 finale with seven pacing mares competing for a $2,300 purse. One Hot Camshaft is the morning line favourite for driver Ken Murphy, co-owner and trainer Frank Hansen and co-owner Curtis Hansen of Tyne Valley. The daughter of Camshaft Hanover drops out of the Fillies and Mares Open this week. Imagine Speed has rail control with Hughes at the lines while Julep Hanover gets post 6 for driver Wade Myers. For race programs, promotional information and more go to By Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores

SUMMERSIDE, PE - Screen Test put the finishing touches on a driving triple for Corey MacPherson in the Sunday afternoon harness racing feature at Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway. MacPherson tussled with Woodmere Ideal Art (Driven by Dale Spence) in the first fraction of 28.1 before clearing to the lead with Screen Test in the $2,900 preferred pace. The half was tripped in 57 before three-quarters in 1:25.4 but Screen Test continued to drive on and win by two-and-three-quarter lengths in 1:55. Soccer Hanover (David Dowling) finished second while newcomer Down On My Luck (Jason Hughes) used a first-over advance to finish third. Screen Test is trained by Stephen Gass for owners Kickin Horse Stable of York and William Andrew of Calgary, Alta. MacPherson's other victories came with Adventure Luck in 2:00 for Robert Williams of Ellerslie and with Souverain in a 1:58.2 romp for Phil Sizer of Kensington. Spence also scored three wins on the day including the $2,400 fillies and mares top class with Woodmere Finesse stopping the clock in 1:56.3. Jeff Lilley trains Woodmere Finesse for owner Ted Maher of Lower Sackville, N.S. Trainer Paul Biggar of Tyne Valley supplied the start and finish of Spence's triple as Howmac Magic had a 2:00 victory in race 2 and Mando Fun was a 1:57.1 victor in race 6 for a $2,400 purse. Go to for race replays and more.   By Nicholas Oakes For Red Shores

SUMMERSIDE, PE - The goal was reached for Soccer Hanover as he romped in the Sunday afternoon harness racing feature at Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway. The Leith Waite owned and trained Soccer Hanover used a first-over brush to secure the lead late in the race and win by eight lengths in 1:56.2 with Corey MacPherson at the helm. Heavy post time favourite Carlisimo had broken equipment at the half-mile marker, and the talented sophomore pacer was pulled up by driver Marc Campbell and failed to finish the race. That gave an opening for Soccer Hanover to steal the show in the $2,700 feature with Heza Workof Art (Driven by Mike McGuigan) finishing second and third going to Mando Fun (Dale Spence). MacPherson had a trio of victories on the 10-dash card including the $2,200 back-up pace with Confident Fella in 1:59.1 for trainer Ralph Sweet and owners David and John Sweet of O'Leary. MacPherson's other win came in an 11-length sweep with Westward Whim in 1:58.2 for trainer John Clarey of Montague. David Dowling made three visits to the winner's circle including scored with Woodmere Chella in 1:58.1 for trainer Marvyn Webster, Dancers Pass in 2:00.2 for conditioner Blaine McKenna and with Fern Hill Delight in a maiden breaking score of 2:00.3 for Garth Cole. Live racing continues Thursday and Saturday nights at Red Shores Charlottetown and next Sunday afternoon at Red Shores Summerside. For race replays and more go to   By Nicholas Oakes For Red Shores  

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE – Ava MacPherson may only be two weeks old but her father gave her lots to cheer about as he won half the races on a special Monday evening harness racing card at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Corey MacPherson had six wins on the rescheduled program, giving him even more to celebrate about after the recent birth of his second child, Ava. MacPherson started the action off winning with Sailor Blue in 2:03.2 for her fourth win in-a-row for co-owner and trainer Cindy MacDonald and co-owner Yossi Martonovich of Montague, P.E.I. MacDonald and MacPherson also teamed up to win the $1,950 Open trot with a 2:01.4 score for Dusty Lane Jacob. The Cornwall driver continued to pile on the wins as he hit the wire first with Dusty Lane Zendaya in 2:00.4 for trainer Stephen Gass of Cornwall, Badlands Giovanna for Stephen Sweet of Springfield West and with Hurricane Hill in 2:01.1 for Joe MacDonald of Breadalbane, P.E.I. Win number six was a family affair as Swingirl was a front-end winner in 1:59.3, trained by MacPherson’s uncle, Kerry Taylor of Stratford, P.E.I. Prettyndangerous claimed the $2,350 Fillies and Mares Open pace with a 1:57.2 mile for driver David Dowling, trainer and co-owner Bo Ford and co-owner Arnold Myers of Charlottetown, P.E.I. West River Ambyr (Driven by Steven Shepherd) was second while Collective Wisdom (Drew Neill) was third. Live racing continues this week at the capital oval on Saturday and Sunday afternoon. For more information go to By Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores

SUMMERSIDE, PE – Patience proved key in the feature event Sunday afternoon at Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway as Pictonian Storm stalked from fourth and nailed all rivals at the wire. Austin Sorrie trains and drives Pictonian Storm for owner Tammy Collings of Hazel Brook, P.E.I. Fast N Victorious was sent to the early lead in the $2,200 featured event by driver Corey MacPherson and proceeded to carve out fractions of 27.2 and 56.2 while Pictonian Storm laid fourth on the rail. The three-quarters were reached in 1:27 with Woodmere Ideal Art (Driven by Stephen Trites) sent first-over to engage Fast N Victorious. Pictonian Storm emerged from the crowd in the stretch drive to defeat his rivals in 1:58.3. Second went to Mando Fun(Ken Murphy) while Fast N Victorious hung on for third. Driver David Dowling continued his grip on the Red Shores Summerside driving standings with three wins on the program. The Warren Grove driver started the program off with a narrow score with Inspector Murdoch in 2:01 for trainer Blaine McKenna of Summerside, then followed it up with a 1:57.4 romp aboard Flash In The Pang for Pat Murphy of Borden-Carleton, P.E.I. WC Kenzie Cookie supplied Dowling with another trip to the winner’s circle in the Cecil Stewart Memorial after a 2:00.3 win for trainer Devon Wallace of Alberton, P.E.I. Dale Spence also had three wins on the card including a 2:01.1 score with Blu Meadow Willie for Brenda and Morgan MacInnis of Summerside, a 2:02 win with Kant Katch Kaiden from his own stable and 1:59.1 win with Coasttocoastshark for Jeff Wallace of Alberton, P.E.I. Salmonier Storm and trainer-driver Ambyr Campbell hit the winner’s circle in the $1,800 Leon Stewart Memorial pace in a 1:59.4 score for owner Brian MacPhee of Clyde River, P.E.I. For more information go to By Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - Tobinator teamed up with Corey MacPherson to slice Three Truths’ win streak short at three races Thursday evening at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Tobinator went to front in the $2,350 Thursday night feature preferred 2 class and cut out fractions of 28.1, 57.1 and 1:26.1 before closing the mile out in 1:54.4. Corey MacPherson engineered the winning trip for trainer Trevor Hicken and owner William Hicken of Vernon Bridge, P.E.I. Rockin Indy (Driven by Jason Hughes) was second while Three Truths (Kenny Arsenault) had his win streak cut short at three while finishing third and completing the $164.70 triactor. Frill Seeker captured the $1,950 Open Trot at 8-1 odds with Arsenault at the lines for the 2:00.2 victory for owner Ebbsfleet Stable of Stratford, Ont. Second went to Majian Tango (Jim Ripley) while Glencove Carter (Steven Shepherd) was third. For race replays and more go to by Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - Hop Up has dominated the Open Trot the past month but faces her biggest harness racing test to date Thursday evening at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. First race post time is 6:30 P.M. for the 12-dash card with Hop Up riding into the race 8 Open trot with just one blemish in the last 30 days. The $1,950 class has Hop Up racing off the rail for the dynamite duo of driver Corey MacPherson and owner-trainer Keith Campbell of Victoria West. The four-year-old daughter of Tad The Stud has four wins in her last five outings including the $2,500 Andrew Perry Invitational trot at Red Shores Summerside during Governor's Plate Week. Her competition stiffens this week though with the return of the previously dominant Freddie, who leaves from post 4 for driver Marc Campbell and trainer Bo Ford. Isabella Hanover (Driven by Adam Merner) won this class during Hop Up's lone defeat on July 19 but trainer Stephen Gass will remove the mare from the Lasix program for her Thursday start from post 2 after being outgunned her last start out. Race analyst Les MacIsaac looks to Freddie to hit the winner's circle after being freshened from his vacation. "Freddie has been on hiatus for a month which was good news for the other trotters," MacIsaac said. "Well, he's back and off that recent qualifier clearly the one to beat." Other Open Trot entries include Majian Tango (Jim Ripley), Wedgewood (Gary Chappell), Professor Gordon (Jason Hughes) and Holy Molie Maggie (Walter Cheverie). The Uncle Pat McWade Memorial is the featured pace closing the card out in race 12. Jackson K Down has drawn post 4 after demolishing his competition in his last start and again will have the services of driver MacPherson for trainer Stephen Mason. Nogreatmischief is the morning line choice form post 3 for trainer-driver Cheverie, while last year's two-year-old Red Shores Charlottetown track record holder Half Cut has rail control for driver Mark Bradley and trainer Tom Weatherbie as he takes a break from three-year-old stakes action. Race 10 is the Canadian National Oldtimers Baseball Federation pace with Bettim Vicky the morning line choice from post 1 for driver Gilles Barrieau and trainer Jeff Lilley. Nikes Cowgirl headlines a tough group of mares in race 9 for driver Campbell and trainer Ford in the Next Gen 2 pace. For more information check out by Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores

SUMMERSIDE, PE - Despite getting away sixth at the start of Sunday afternoon top class at Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway, Cartoon Daddy demolished his opposition. With Corey MacPherson at the lines, the six-year-old son of Art Major stopped the clock in 1:56.3 after using a hard brush to earn the front end before the three-quarters and draw clear to win by one-and-a-half lengths. Second in the $2,350 event went to Salmonier Storm and trainer-driver Ambyr Campbell while Heart And Soul (Driven by Walter Cheverie) was third to complete a healthy $336.90 triactor. Rachel Andrew trains Cartoon Daddy for owners Brian Andrew of Milton and William Andrew of Calgary, Alta. The duo of Summerside driver Norris Rogers and New Brunswick trainer Sifroi Melanson clicked twice on the Sunday afternoon program. Rogers guided Ultimateflyingnum to a 17-1 upset in the race 4 for a 2:00.1 trip from the Melanson stable while Instant Shadow captured the $1,800 back-up pace in 1:56.3 for Rogers and Melanson. The Blaine McKenna stable also had two wins on the afternoon scoring with Inspector Murdoch (Jason Hughes) in 1:59.3 and Hunger Pangs (MacPherson) in 2:01. Marc Campbell had one visit to the winner's circle on the 12-dash card to bring his career win total to 1,999 with his historic milestone still eluding him. The 33-year-old Winsloe driver will be the youngest driver to ever hit 2,000 career victories while racing in Atlantic Canada. Campbell won on the Sunday card with Four Brass Starz in 2:00.4 for owner-trainer Nick MacGillivray of Stratford. Live racing continues on P.E.I. with cards Thursday and Saturday at Red Shores Charlottetown and next Sunday, June 17, at Red Shores Summerside. The $100,000 Dash for Cash with a brand new prize structure gets underway Saturday and Sunday. For race replays and more go to by Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores

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