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Charlottetown, PE - McJestic, with Jason Hughes in the bike, powered up the passing lane to win the Thursday harness racing feature at Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park in 1:56.4. Troy Murray, Cornwall, PE, owns and trains the pacer who notched his fifth win of the season. Eagle Jolt was second with fraction setter Forever Paradise third. The best trotters on the East coast lined up in the open trot and Freddie, owned by the Wiseman stable, Cornwall, PE, rolled to his fourth win in a row for trainer-driver Marc Campbell. The time of the mile was 2:00.1 with a closing quarter in 28.3 seconds. Thunderaway (Jason Hughes) finished second, off the leader by a length, while Westwood (Gary Chappell) rallied for third. I Aint No Lady (Brian MacPhee) and Paymenowpaymelater (Gilles Barrieau) won their respective trot assignments. Barrieau recorded a driving grand-slam on the card while trainer Earl Watts notched a training double on the card. Driver -trainer Mike McGuigan and owner James Whelan teamed up to make two trips to the winner's circle with scores on R Es Miss Emily and Sugar Crisp. For complete results go to By Lee Drake

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

Harness racing driver Jason Hughes held off Corey MacPherson with the most points over eight races to win the Atlantic Regional Driving Championship on Saturday, June 25 at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at Charlottetown Driving Park. Both the winner and runner-up will advance to the National Driving Championship. Hughes kicked off the eight-race driving tournament with a victory aboard Sam ($4) in the first leg and later won the sixth leg with Cambest Kisser ($4.70). The 43-year-old Stratford, P.E.I. horseman maintained his lead in the point standings throughout, with top-three finishes in four other legs. The 27-year-old MacPherson, of Vernon Bridge, P.E.I., sat out the first leg, but also drove a pair of winners during the regional event, with his first coming aboard I Am Able ($7.20) in the fourth leg. MacPherson climbed to second-place in the point standings and scored an unexpected seventh leg victory with Whosurwinner ($18.50) to narrow the gap on Hughes, who had sat out that leg but managed to maintain a slight lead going into the final race of the competition (53-51). Hughes secured his position atop the Atlantic Regional standings with a second-place finish aboard Spirit Of America in the eighth and final leg behind Bazillion ($14.40) and Ed Harvey while MacPherson and Waterside Light finished fifth after challenging first over. Hughes ended with 62 points to clinch the Atlantic Regional Driving Championship title while MacPherson held second with 54 points. Marc Campbell, who had tied for the lead after his second leg win aboard P H Little Cam ($7.70), finished in a dead heat for third with Walter Cheverie, both with 41 points. Harvey (37) , fellow leg winners Darren Crowe (33) and Paul Langille (30), and Gerard Kennedy (14) rounded out the competition. "All of the horses raced good. We had lots of fun here tonight, all the guys," said Hughes. "It was very competitive." It was a big day for Hughes, whose stable won a total of five races on the Saturday program, including the $5,000 Cecil Ladner Memorial Invitational Pace with OK Galahad in 1:54.4. The five-year-old Badlands Hanover gelding is owned by Hughes' brother Robi and Foxyhall Racing of Wallace, N.S. Hughes and MacPherson will move on to the National Driving Championship, which will be held on October 14 at The Raceway at Western Fair District in London, Ont. The winner of the National Driving Championship will represent Canada in the 2017 World Driving Championship, which will be hosted in Canada. They will face off with the top two point-earners from each of the four regional competitions. Ontario Regional Driving Championship winner James MacDonald, also a P.E.I. native, and runner-up Trevor Henry will join them from Friday's competition, which was held at Grand River Raceway. The Western Regional will take place next at Century Downs Racetrack and Casino on Sunday, June 26 and the Quebec/Eastern Ontario Regional will be hosted by Hippodrome 3R on Tuesday, July 12. OFFICIAL POINT TOTALS 1. Jason Hughes - 62 2. Corey MacPherson - 54 3. Marc Campbell - 41 3. Walter Cheverie - 41 5. Edward Harvey - 37 6. Darren Crowe - 33 7. Paul Langille - 30 8. Gerard Kennedy - 14    

Charlottetown, PE - Jeb won the Thursday harness racing feature in a dramatic stretch drive that had to be determined by a photo finish Thursday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Driven by Jason Hughes, Jeb came flying on the outside through the lane to clip Eagle Jolt (Marc Campbell) and Starcastic (Ron Matheson) on the line. The time of the mile was 1:58.2. Hughes, who recorded a training and driving triple on the night, did the driving for owners Robi Hughes, Blair and Eric MacLaughlan. The trotters took the spotlight on four occasions over the 11 dash card with top honours going to Wheres the Partyat (Gary Chappell), Wedgewood (Chappell), Holy Molie Maggie (Corey MacPherson) and Thunderaway (Jason Hughes). Gary Chappell, Corey MacPherson and Marc Campbell posted driving doubles. Racing returns Saturday with the Atlantic Regional Driving Championship and the Cecil Ladner Memorial Invitational. Post time is 6pm. By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - OK Galahad held off some late challengers to win the Thursday night harness racing feature in 1:56.3 at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Driven by Jason Hughes, OK Galahad went three high to the opening quarter to fight off rail sitter Eagle Jolt and Smiley Bayama to control the pace after the quarter flashed up in the 28 seconds flat. The duo raced by the half in 56.4 and posted a 1:26 third panel. Starcastic (Ron Matheson) rallied in the stretch for second with The Big Bite (Gilles Barrieau) third. The trotters also took center stage with Majian Dillon, Tyne Valley and Frill Seeker winning their assignments. One of the starters in the race 4 trot class didn't finish the mile. Professor Gordon fell into the centerfield after the rein broke on route to the opening half. The horse, and driver Vince Poulton, were not injured in the mishap. Walter Cheverie enjoyed a driving triple on the program. For complete results go to By Lee Drake  

Thursday night harness racing is back at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park with a new post time for the 2016 season. The first of 11 dashes will get underway at 6:30 PM at the capital oval with a newcomer gaining some respect in the race 8 featured event. A compact field of five will line up in the top event with Ok Galahad commanding rail control for trainer-driver Jason Hughes and new owners Robi Hughes of Stratford and Foxyhall Racing of Wallace, N.S. The five-year-old son of Badlands Hanover had been racing at Miami Valley Gaming and Racing in Ohio, showing miles in 1:54-1:55 for his previous connections and commands a 1:53 record taken last year at the half-mile oval at Saratoga Raceway in New York. His Island debut will have him face off with a heavyweight in post 2 starter Idealic Life with Charlottetown's leading driver Corey MacPherson in the bike for trainer Trevor Hicken and owners Perry, Robin and Luke Burke and Kent Livingston. Idealic Life strung together seven victories at the end of the winter meet in Charlottetown but has yet to visit the winner's circle since racing commenced in April but his last three starts were on-the-board finishes in the preferred ranks. Race analyst Les MacIsaac gives the nod to Idealic Life to hit the wire first but places Ok Galahad as a real threat in second place. "He's been kept out of the winners circle since the meet opened," MacIsaac said of Idealic Life, "But he gets some class relief tonight and an ideal post after being stuck on the outside for his past two. Beware." Other entries include Rash B Havior (Michael Peters), My Lucky Killean (Ken Murphy) and Oh To Be Me (Gary Chappell). The top trotters on the East Coast line up in race 4 on the card for a $1,800 purse. Wedgewood will look to build on his victory last week in the Open Trot in his Charlottetown debut with Chappell at the lines from post 7 for owner-trainer Glenn Claybourne of Charlottetown. Holy Molie Maggie has post 5 and is the morning line favourite for MacPherson and owner-trainer Jeff Holmes of Orwell, after being a dominant force in this class in 2015. Other entries include Kims Pjs (Lenny Myers), Phantom Beau (Mark Bradley), Howmacs Pride (Gordie Hennessey), Frill Seeker (Kenny Arsenault), Tyne Valley (Marc Campbell) and Neal (Brian Andrew). The evening back-up pace is in race 10 with Cabo Pan Lucas favoured off the rail for driver Vincent Poulton, co-owner and trainer Gary Poulton and co-owner Alan Walker, all of Charlottetown. His competition in the $1,700 event is pegged as post 6 starter Howmac Missy (Campbell), and Strident Hanover (Chappell) from post 5. For race programs, top picks or live race broadcast go to   By Nicholas Oakes for Red Shores

Charlottetown, PE - Marc Campbell and Jason Hughes battled right to the end but they walked away tied in the top harness racing driver standings with 113 wins each after the 11 dash card came to a close on New Year's Eve at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The leading reinsman went into the event with 111 winners each and both managed to score two victories to share the title for the second year in a row. Campbell jumped to the lead with victories with Mr MacLeod for owner Mallory Lewis and trainer Kyle Wilkie in 2:02.1 and Winspun Rebel for trainer Vaughn Doyle and co-owners Darla Jay and Shelly Wilkie, Charlottetown, PE. This trainer-ownership group also had their picture taken with Ideal Lifetstyle to celebrate a big night at the track. Jason Hughes posted a driving double from his stable. Stayoutofmyaffair, owned by Simon Hughes, took the 7th race in 2:00 flat. The Stratford native was able to climb back to the top with Campbell in the standings winning the final race of 2015 with Silverhill Blaze in 1:59.1. Donald MacRae owns the pacer who notched his seventh win from 35 starts. DBS Rosco, owned by Wendell and Robbie Shaw, Summerside, PE and Derek Folland, Kensington, PE, captured the New Year's Eve feature for driver Kenny Arsenault in an impressive 1:57.2. Eagle Jolt was second while Sam completed the triactor. It was Arsenault's third winner of the night for the hat-trick. Corey MacPherson also recorded a driving double on the special race presentation. The wager was $46,684. By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - It's too close to call. Drivers Jason Hughes and Marc Campbell are in a dead-heat going in to the special New Year's Eve harness racing presentation Thursday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Post time is 7pm. The evening also features on-track promotions, prize draws and live entertainment by the Johnny Oliver Band. The live broadcast will go to air at 6:30pm at or HPI TV, Canada's Network for Horse Racing, a specialty digital channel devoted exclusively to horse racing coverage across North America and around the world. Hughes and Campbell battled for the top spot during NYE 2014 and ended up tied at 126 victories. This year they go into final card with 111 wins. Campbell is down to drive seven horses while Hughes is listed on nine. Eagle Jolt (Campbell) is the 5-2 choice in the New Year's Eve pace scheduled for post time at 9:51pm. The pacer, owned by Wilbur and Marie MacDonald, Orwell Cove, PE, is coming off a 1:58.4 score on Boxing Day and leaves from post 2 next to rail sitter Sam (Hughes) from Foxyhall stable, Summerside, PE. The other triactor candidates include DBS Rosco with Kenny Arsenault, Prince Adam for Gary Chappell, Smiley Bayama with Ron Gass and Likely to Win with Corey MacPherson. MacPherson has been on fire parading an incredible 15 winners over the last three events. He moves into third with 84 wins on the season at Charlottetown. Bunny Mach will make her last start in race 8 named in her honour. The 10 year-old mare will retire from the racing ranks with an impressive resume of 257 lifetime starts, 43 victories, 35 seconds and 33 thirds. She took a record of 1:52.2 as a five-year-old at Mohawk Racetrack and banked $272,833 in her career. Jason Hughes will do the driving for owners Donald and Steven MacRae, Vernon Bridge, PE. The horses will be back live on Sunday January 3, 2016. Post time is 12:30pm. The 15 dash program features the open trotters with Holy Molie Maggie (Chappell) listed as the favorite for owner-trainer Jeff Holmes while Idealic Life puts his three-race win streak on the line in the afternoon feature. The brown gelding is trained by Trevor Hicken for owners Perry, Robin and Luke Burke and Kent Livingston. Corey MacPherson will be in the bike. For the complete list of entries for the New Year's Eve program or the Sunday January 3rd program go to By Lee Drake

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - The driving title at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park will be tight going into the final harness racing card of the calendar year on New Year's Eve. Jason Hughes went into Saturday afternoon's card with a one-race advantage over Marc Campbell and scored wins with Stayoutofmyaffair and Timely Finesse but then Campbell came back swinging in the next race. He scored a win with Casimir Luciano in race 8, then came back to the winner's circle in race 11 with Rash B Havior in a blistering 1:57.1 victory over the off track, before finishing off his driving triple with Eagle Jolt in 1:58.4. Hughes and Campbell tied for the dash title in 2014 and will go into Thursday evening's card tied at 111 wins each. Idealic Life remained perfect off the claim in the Saturday afternoon top class. The 11-year-old son of Western Ideal now has three victories since being claimed by owners Perry, Luke and Robin Burke and Kent Livingston. Corey MacPherson engineered the winning trip in 1:58.1 behind the Trevor Hicken trainee, with Lucky Encounter (Walter Cheverie) finishing second and Likely To Win (Ron Matheson) third. MacPherson had a total of five wins on the 15-dash card including wins with Spectacular Future, Hurricane Hill, and Cloudy Bay. The 26-year-old driver captured his other victory in the $2,350 Open Mares Pace in 2:01 with Best Risque for co-owner and trainer Brian Ladner and co-owners Lillian and Kevin Ladner, all of Charlottetown. Whitesand Artist (Gary Chappell) came up large to finish second while Outrageous Spirit (Gordie Hennessey) got the show prize. Chappell won the Open Trot class with Holy Molie Maggie in an eight-length romp in 2:02.1 over Pleasure Girls (Ron Gass) and Caliban Hanover (Cheverie). Holy Molie Maggie is owned and trained by Jeff Holmes of Orwell. It was one of three wins on the program for Chappell. By Nicholas Oakes for Red Shores

Charlottetown, PE - Only four more to go. That's how many race dates remain to determine the top harness racing driver of 2015 at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The Saturday afternoon program features 16 races with first race post time scheduled at 12:30pm. Marc Campbell and Jason Hughes continue to battle for the most wins on the season with Campbell leading by two wins over Hughes at 108 to 106, respectively. Hughes has a good chance to catch the leader with Campbell out of action for the next two weeks. This story played out last year when the two pilots battled right to the very last race on New Year's Eve to end the season tied. All Turain is listed as the 5-2 choice on the morning line in the afternoon's featured event in race 15. Corey MacPherson will be in the race bike for trainer Trevor Hicken and owner Lee Hicken, Charlottetown, PE. The pacer was roughed up last week but race analyst Les MacIsaac has him as the one to beat from post 6. "His winning streak came to an end last week and the trip over the heavy track was a contributing factor," said MacIsaac. "There's no guarantee it will be any easier (Saturday) but he still deserves top billing the way he is racing." The other Hicken trainee, Painted Desert, will leave from post two for Mark Bradley while last week's winner Forever Paradise comes from the five hole for catch-driver Walter Cheverie. The line-up also includes Smiley Bayama, a back to back winner, for Ron Gass, First Art Down gets the rail for Kenny Murphy and Darren Crowe is in town to drive Truro's top gun Mach Wheel from post 4. Cheverie gets another live drive aboard Best Risque in the mares open in race 8 as the mare goes for her 11th win of the season and 45th lifetime score for trainer Brian Ladner. Cheverie could land a triple if he can beat top contenders Holy Molie Maggie (Gary Chappell) and Osprey Impact (Corey MacPherson) with Caliban Hanover in the open trot. Live racing continues Saturday December 19 and the Boxing Day card on December 26. Post time is 12:30pm. The New Year's Eve live racing presentation has a 7pm post time. For entries, race programs and live broadcast go to By Lee Drake

  Charlottetown, PE – Bazillion, a new addition to the Trevor Hicken stable, made his second start on Island soil a winning one taking the Saturday afternoon feature in a dazzling performance at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Driver Brian MacPhee, who celebrated his 1,800th career victory earlier on the card with Woodmere No Fool, put the newcomer on the point and rolled through fractions of 28.4, 59.3 and 1:29.3 stopping the timer on the line at 1:58.4. The track was rated sloppy with a three second variant. Bazzillion, who came in from Yonkers Raceway in New York, is owned by Kent Livingston, Cornwall, PE. Motorino (Terry Gallant) and Nogreatmischief (Walter Cheverie) completed the triactor. Sam, owned by Foxyhall Racing, Summerside, PE, pushed her winning streak to seven in a row claiming the open mares handicap in line to trainer-driver Jason Hughes. The mare remains perfect since relocating from Ontario. Hughes enjoyed a productive day in the bike with a driving-training triple on the card. His other victories included Lucksgottachange and St Lads Foxy. Both horses are owned by his brother Robi Hughes, Stratford, PE. Majian Chester (James Ripley) and I Aint No Lady (MacPherson) won their respective trot assignments on the program. MacPhee, Walter Cheverie and Corey MacPherson earned driving doubles. The total handle was $34,807. For complete results and payouts go to  By Lee Drake, for Red Shores      

Charlottetown, PE – Nogreatmischief, with Walter Cheverie in the bike, rallied from the back of the pack to win the Saturday feature in 2:02 at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The track was rated sloppy with a three second variant. The pacer, who is co-owned by Cheverie and John Thompson, Charlottetown, PE, was sitting fifth at the head of the stretch before knocking off First Art Down, (Ken Murphy) and Oh To Be Me (Gary Chappell) in the lane to win by a length. The mares open went to Best Risque for driver Marc Campbell and trainer Brian Ladner. The eight-old mare notched her third win in a row and ninth in her 2015 campaign with the 2:01.1 score. Lilian and Kevin Ladner also share ownership on the pacer who made her 40th start of the season. Campbell also won with Nuck Phil for conditioner Jennifer Trainor. The newcomer is enjoying the move with three victories from five Island assignments. In other action, Brian Andrew recorded a driving double with a convincing five and half length romp with Neal in one of the two trot divisions slated on the card. Andrew then converted a pocket ride to victory lane with Blazing By. The other trot match-up was won by Phantom Beau for driver Gordie Hennessey, trainer Tom Weatherbie and owners Peter Breau and Ann MacAulay, Moncton, NB. Jason Hughes put in a two win performance on the afternoon. For complete results go to  by Lee Drake, for Red Shores

Summerside, PE - J RS Hurricane, withharness racing driver Ken Murphy in the bike, won the Sunday afternoon feature in 2:00.1 over a rain soaked track at Red Shores Summerside. It was the Murphy's third winner of the day. Outside The Wire (Brian MacPhee) burst off the gate to control the tempo through fractions of 29.1, 59.3, 1:29.4 before fading to second. Nogreatmischief (Walter Cheverie) completed the triactor. J RS Hurricane, who is owned and trained by Jean Charles Belliveau, Scoudouc, NB, paid $31.90 to win. Murphy and Clark Smith recorded a driving-training double when they teamed up for scores with Im Driven in the opener and All Out in the seventh. Jason Hughes is only three victories away from career win 1000 after top place finishes with Spirit of America, newcomer Nuck Phil for conditioner Jennifer Trainor and Lucksgottachange for his brother Robi of Stratford, PE. Mark Bradley recorded a driving double on the program. The final card of season goes Sunday with post time at 12:30pm. Lee Drake

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - The battle for top harness racing driver continues into Thursday's program at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The capital oval has a 13-dash card slated for a 7 pm start Thursday evening. Jason Hughes continues to lead the driver's colony in Charlottetown with 76 victories while Marc Campbell sits in second place with 75 wins. That one win margin can disappear at any moment as Campbell has 10 drives on the program while Hughes is programmed to sit behind seven starters. Gilles Barrieau sits third in the Charlottetown driver's standins, as North America's leading percentage driver has 64 wins in 2015 from just shy of 200 starts at Red Shores Charlottetown, while Hughes has over 400 drives this year in Charlottetown. One of Barrieau's drives is in the Thursday night feature with post 4 starter Outside The Wire in the $2,100 event. Perfect Escape is the favourite with the outside post 6 in the field of half-a-dozen with Campbell in the bike for trainer Jackie Matheson and owners Jack Keenan of Stratford and Joseph Dahl of Ontario. Other entries include Oh To Be Me (Gary Chappell), Tempo Seelster (Vincent Poulton), American Captain (Kenny Arsenault) and Superbo Hanover (Gordie Hennessey). The back-up pace of the evening has Likely To Win as the morning line choice in race 12. Likely To Win has post 7 in the $1,900 contest for driver Barrieau, trainer Adam Merner and owners Blenise Young and Lester Campbell of Nova Scotia and Jeffrey Campbell of Alberta. The five-year-old son of Western Terror was a winner in this class his last two starts back in 1:56.4 with Barrieau aboard. His main competition will come from Cambest Kisser from post 2 with Hughes in the bike and Van Zant with post 4 for driver Ron Matheson. Other entries are Oakrock Almighty (Hennessey), Painted Desert (Mark Bradley), Lucky Encounter (Arsenault), Eagle Jolt (Campbell) and The Big Bite (Mike Stevenson). The evening trot class lines up in race 4 with Neal favoured for trainer-driver Brian Andrew, who shares in the ownership with William Andrew of Calgary. The seven-year-old Credit Winner stallion is dropping out of the Open ranks and draws post 6. By Nicholas Oakes for Red Shores

McJestic sprinted into the passing lane and put away a fast closing Artners in Crime (Ron Matheson) and a fading fraction setter Forever Paradise (Walter Cheverie) to win the Saturday night feature in a dazzling 1:56.1 at the harness racing meeting at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Jason Hughes did the driving for trainer-owner Troy Murray, Clyde River, PE. McJestic notched his 5th win of the 2015 campaign from 21 starts. He paid $8.40 to win while the 4-1-6 triactor ticket returned $109.90. The victory capped off a driving triple for Hughes who moves back to the lead in the Charlottetown driving standings with 75 wins after opening the program tied with Marc Campbell who was on assignment at Northside Downs in Nova Scotia. General Luckypercy ended Ramblinglily's winning streak with a score in the mares open in race 10 for driver Ron Matheson. The nine-year-old mare won by a length in 1:57.1. The victory was a family affair with daughter Jodi Lynn as the winning owner while son Jackie handles the training duties on the pacer. Ramblinglily was second with another Matheson stable star For All We Know finishing third. Caliban Hanover put in an impressive performance to win the open trot for catch-driver Walter Cheverie, owner Wendell MacDonald and trainer Ron Gass. Cheverie decided to vacate the two-hole on route to the opening quarter and rated the trotter to his fourth win of the year. Thunderaway (Hughes) was second while the classy Neal (Brian Andrew) closed for third. Cheverie also turned a hat-trick on the night with trips to the winner's circle aboard Mustang Sena for trainer Clair Sweet and Brodys Leona trained by Corey MacPherson for the ownership group of Emily Taylor, Kerry Taylor and Lisa Richards. Brian MacPhee, who is teaming up with Ocean 100 in the Drive for Charity promotion, had a driving double on the program. For complete results go to Lee Drake

 Bowyer Hanover, owned by Ivan MacMillan, O'Leary, found racing room and tracked down fraction setter Minor Wisdom to capture the feature race Sunday at the harness racing meeting at Red Shores Summerside.   The time of the mile was 1:56.4.   Walter Cheverie, who recorded a grand-slam, mapped out the trip for the horse's second win of the season.   Tammysmist (Ken Murphy) was third. The 4-3-5 triactor paid $178.90.   Cheverie clicked with Blu Meadow Willie for his 56th lifetime score and also paraded Lucky Encounter and Sendmeasign from the Dale and Alex Sobey stable to victory lane. Jason Hughes had also had four winners on the program with top place finishes aboard Capitalism for trainer Kristina McCourt, Richlyn Yogi out of the Donnie MacRae stable, Rowland Hanover for conditioner Jansen Sweet of O'Leary and Thane Mann's trainee Southview Sophie Honeymoonisover, with catch- driver Mark Bradley in the bike, wire the field to claim the trot class in 2:01.3. The trotter turned back Dunmore Alpha (Len McGuigan) and Majian Dillon (James Ripley). Bradley did the driving for trainer Brian Andrew and his co-owner Blake Andrew, Montreal, QC. Gary Chappell drove Aahm Molly Now to victory for her second win in a row for owner Lester Chappell, Summerside. Chappell also connected with O Christopher for Joanne Stewart, Albany and trainer Lester Stewart. For complete results go to Noelle Cole

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