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Charlottetown, PE - Best Risque, under the command of Corey MacPherson, notched her sixth win in a row after taking the afternoon harness racing feature in 2:00.1 Saturday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. MacPherson, who had four winners on the program, rushed the Brian Ladner trainee from post 8 to the lead and cut fractions of 29.1, 1:00.1 and 1:30.2 to win by a length and an half over Outrageous Spirit (Gordon Hennessey) while Ideal Space (Ken Murphy) completed the triactor. The score was Best Risque's 50th lifetime victory for owners Brian, Lillian and Kevin Ladner, Charlottetown, PE. MacPherson's other winners came with Montana Ben from the Mike Ramsey stable, Im a Debutant for O'Brien award winner William Andrew and trainer Ron Gass and Painted Desert from the Trevor Hicken stable in the back-up class in 1:57.3. Bold Arrow and driver Dale Spence closed out the winter meet in Charlottetown with top honours in the finale for owner-trainer Greg MacInnis, Tyne Valley. Wade Sorrie and Marc Campbell enjoyed driving doubles on the card. For complete results go to www.redshores.ca Racing returns at Charlottetown in April while Red Shores Summerside returns to action in May. The PEI harness racing community presented a cheque for $5,000 to the Classy Lane Barn Fire fund. Customers bought tickets on a Gold Cup and Governor's Plate prize package while donations also came in from the PEI Harness Racing Industry Association, Red Shores, Prince Edward Island Horse Owners Association, Prince County Horsemen's Club and the Atlantic Provinces Harness Racing Commission Stretch Drive Fund. Twila Mahar was the winner of the Gold Cup signature event. Patricia Keough claimed the 2016 Governor's Plate grand prize. Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Marc Campbell recorded his 1,500th driving victory Saturday during the 13 dash harness racing program at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The two-time Gold Cup champion reached the magic number aboard Eagle Jolt owned by Wilbur and Marie MacDonald of Orwell Cove in race 7. Campbell, who was surrounded by family and friends, was also greeted in the winner's circle by Red Shores race manager Adam Walsh for a special trackside presentation marking the occasion. The time of the mile was 1:57.3. In other action, Best Risque and Idealic Life kept their winning streaks rolling taking their respective assignments for Corey MacPherson while driver Ken Murphy enjoyed a driving triple on the program. Murphy opened the card with top honours with Im Driven for trainer Clarkie Smith and rallied Toad River to victory lane for owner Boyd White, Charlottetown, PE. His hat-trick came in the closer with Likely To Win for conditioner Adam Merner in gate to wire fashion. The wager was $57,531. For complete results go to www.redshores.ca By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - He is the man on the move. Corey MacPherson has been winning multiple races since his return to the track in November and takes over the top spot in the driver standings at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park with 13 victories. The legendary harness racing oval has 13 races on Saturday. Post time is 12:30pm. "I'm feeling really good right now and my confidence is up because I'm driving better horses too," said MacPherson. "It really comes down to the horses but I'm driving with a bit more patience and I try to put each horse in a position to win." One of those horses is Idealic Life. The 12 year-old son of Western Ideal is trained by Trevor Hicken and goes for his seventh straight score Saturday in race 12. MacPherson said he's a pleasure to drive. "You can hold him with two fingers in the post parade but once you turn him behind the gate he's like a race car. He likes the front but he can come off a helmet and once I move him he delivers such a burst of speed. He's a nice horse." Best Risque goes after her fifth in a row on the open mares handicapped for MacPherson and trainer Brian Ladner. "I got into a little trouble with her last week and had to go three high to the opening quarter but she proved how tough she is. That was a big win." The roster also includes A Fiesty X Ample off the rail for driver Stephen Quinn and conditioner Nickolas Oakes. Quinn is third in the standings with 4 winners in the first month of 2016 three behind Marc Campbell who sits in second with seven. Campbell only needs one more trip to victory lane to notch 1,500 in his career. A familiar name returns to Charlottetown. Smokin Bear, who appeared in the 2013 Gold Cup & Saucer, is entered to compete in race 10 for driver Mike McGuigan, trainer Kenneth Wilkie and owner Jamie Whelan. Customers still have a chance to purchase tickets on a Gold Cup & Saucer and Governor's Plate prize package in the Classy Lane fundraiser. Tickets are $10 dollars and are available at the Rewards Club in Charlottetown and Summerside. The last chance to buy tickets will be January 30th. The harness racing fan choice awards ballot will be in the race program on Saturday. Fans will have an opportunity to select their favorites and be entered for a chance to win a Red Shores prize package. For entries, race programs or live broadcast go to www.redshores.ca Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Harness racing driver Corey MacPherson has picked up in 2016 where he left off at the end of 2015 winning multiple races. The Vernon River native notched five winners Saturday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. MacPherson had his first picture taken with Political Crisis from the Adam Merner stable and also rallied with Ron Gass trainees Im a Debutant and Hurricane Bill. The young pilot extended the winning streaks for Best Risque and Idealic Life to cap off a big afternoon at the office. Best Risque delivered as the post time favorite after making a three high move in the early going to take control of the race in the open mares handicap pace. The mare, trained by Brian Ladner, charted her fourth in a row winning by a length over Outrageous Spirit (Gordon Hennessey) in 2:00.3 for her 48th lifetime score. Idealic Life moved his winning streak up to six in a row after being sent to the front from outside post seven to drive away on his rivals in a snazzy 1:57 flat that included a closing panel of 28.2 seconds. The horse is trained by Trevor Hicken for owners Perry Burke, Grosse-Ile, QC, Luke Burke, Pleasant Grove, Robin Burke, Ten Mile House and Kent Livingston, Cornwall, PE. January 23rd and January 30th are the final two cards of the winter meet. Post times will be slated for 12:30pm. For complete results go to www.redshores.ca By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Best Risque will try to extend her winning streak to four in a row in the Saturday afternoon harness racing feature at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Post time is 12:30pm. The nine-year-old mare leaves from post 7 in race 9 with Corey MacPherson in the bike for trainer Brian Ladner and his co-owners Lilian and Kevin Ladner, Charlottetown, PE. MacPherson came from off the pace in her last start but he could also deploy front end tactics as that plan also worked for back to back scores. Sam (Jason Hughes) and Blazing By (Brian Andrew), who made up the triactor ticket last week, will be gunning off the gate from the inside. The open mares event also includes A Fiesty X Ample (Stephen Quinn), Outrageous Spirit (Gordon Hennessey), Whitesand Artist (Gary Chappell) and Stayoutofmyaffair (Mark Bradley). Idealic Life goes after his sixth in a row in the back-up class in race 12. Trainer Trevor Hicken has also assigned MacPherson to get the job done. This team has been perfect after their relationship began in early December reeling off impressive performances that included two trips in 1:56.3. Likely To Win (Ken Murphy) and DBS Rosco (Kenny Arsenault) are also morning line favorites but race analyst Les MacIsaac doesn't think they can spoil the party for Idealic Life and the ownership group of Perry, Luke and Robin Burke and Kent Livingston. "He'll be the favorite and rightly so since he's been nothing less than dominant since forming the partnership with Corey," said the host of Les' picks. "Looks like the only thing that's going to stop him is the end of the meet." Pictonian Storm, who triggered a $353.70 win ticket last week, is back in to go for trainer-driver Wade Sorrie and owner Walter Simmons, Summerside, PE. The son of Western Paradise is perfect in 2016. Marc Campbell is only one victory away from his 1,500th career win. The two-time Gold Cup champ is down to drive five horses with his first opportunity coming in the opener aboard Hog Aufray for trainer Earl Watts. Campbell's best shot comes with 5-2 choice Eagle Jolt in race 5. Campbell is also booked on Ideal Lifestyle, Bad Date and Barrett Jackson. The harness racing fan choice awards ballot will be in the race program on Saturday. Fans will have an opportunity to select their favorites and be entered for a chance to win a Red Shores prize package. For the complete list of entries, race programs and live broadcast go to www.redshores.ca By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Best Risque, under the control of Corey MacPherson, notched her third win in a row and remains perfect in the 2016 campaign after capturing the Saturday afternoon feature at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The mare, trained by Brian Ladner for his co-owners Lillian and Kevin Ladner, held off a late closing Blazing By (Brian Andrew) and fraction setter Sam (Jason Hughes) for the 2:01.4 score. MacPherson had four winners on the program also parading Hurricane Hill, Goodmorningmister and Idealic Life to victory lane. Idealic Life extended his winning streak to five in row claiming the Mr Salming Pace in a sparkling 1:56.3 for trainer Trevor Hicken and the ownership team of Kent Livingston, Perry, Robin and Luke Burke. Marc Campbell also recorded a grand-slam leaving him one shy of 1,500 in his career. Campbell started the afternoon with top honours aboard the Todd Walsh trained Wandasbettorchoice and clicked with Barrett Jackson, Ideal Lifestyle and Eagle Jolt in the Mr Domi pace. Pictonian Storm shocked his rivals in race 9. The longshot, under the command of Wade Sorrie, returned $353.70 to win posting back to back victories. Walter Simmons of Summerside owns the pacer. For complete results go to www.redshores.ca By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Idealic Life has been established as the morning line favorite in the Saturday afternoon top class at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The race is in honour of Mr Salming, a former Maritime bred record holder on a half mile racetrack when he scorched Yonkers Raceway in 1:52 flat. Post time for the 14 dash card is 12:30pm. Idealic Life, who is riding a four win race streak, is trained by Trevor Hicken and will be driven by Corey MacPherson. This trainer-driver combination is one of the hottest on the Island. The 12 year-old son of Western Ideal is coming off a 1:56.3 score and leaves from post 6 in race 13. The other triactor candidates include DBS Rosco (Kenny Arsenault) who has hit the board in his last six starts for owners Wendell and Robbie Shaw of Summerside and Derek Folland, Kensington while Putmans Power (Walter Cheverie) has shot in the top three from post 5. The talented field also includes The Big Bite (Shane Bernard), Painted Desert (Mark Bradley) and Likely To Win (Ken Murphy). The program will also pay tribute to Mr Domi, the first Maritime bred sub 1:50 performer who stopped the clock in 1:49.4 over Woodbine Racetrack. Breeder Eldred Nicholson will be trackside with the cooler presentation as Tempo Seelster (Vince Poulton) and Smiley Bayama (Ron Gass) go after the top prize. The power packed line up has Rash B Havior (Walter Cheverie), Eagle Jolt (Marc Campbell), Fightmaster (Michael McGuigan) and My Lucky Killean (Ken Murphy). Driver Marc Campbell is only five victories away from career win 1,500. Campbell is booked on eight horses Saturday. The Island harness racing community is coming together to launch a fundraiser for the Classy Lane training center in Ontario after a tragic fire on Monday night. Customers will have a chance to purchase tickets on a Gold Cup & Saucer and Governor's Plate prize package. Tickets are $10 dollars and will be available at the Rewards Club in Charlottetown and Summerside. For entries, race programs or live broadcast go to www.redshores.ca By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Corey MacPherson kicked off the 2016 harness racing season with four winners Sunday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. His victories included the afternoon feature aboard Idealic Life in 1:56.3. It was the pacer's fourth win in a row as he turned back stable-mate Painted Desert (Mark Bradley) giving trainer Trevor Hicken the one-two finish in the top class. Smiley Bayama (Ron Gass) was third. Idealic Life is owned by Perry, Luke and Robin Burke and Kent Livingston, PE. The grand-slam also included Thisgirlcanhunt for her second in a row from the Mike Ramsey stable, Best Risque for trainer Brian Ladner and Capitalism giving trainer Trevor Hicken the double. In other news, Holy Molie Maggie won the open trot for Gary Chappell in an impressive 2:00 flat for owner-trainer Jeff Holmes. Marc Campbell posted a driving triple on the 15 dash program while Chappell and Wade Sorrie enjoyed driving doubles to kick off the new season. The wager was $47, 481. Lee Drake

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 www.redshores.ca 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 www.redshores.ca By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - It was a career day for Corey MacPherson. The young harness racing driver posted six winners during a 16 dash program Saturday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. MacPherson started the afternoon taking the first three races with Roscoes Child, Hurricane Bill and trotter Diamond Mine. His grand-slam came with Adam Merner's trainee Likely To Win. MacPherson teamed with the Trevor Hicken stable to cap off his super Saturday with victories aboard Idealic Life and the afternoon feature event with All Turain. All Turain was able to track down fraction setter Forever Paradise (Cheverie) in deep stretch to win the top class in 1:58.1. Mach Wheel (Darren Crowe) rallied late to complete the triactor. All Turain, owned by Lee Hicken, Charlottetown, PE, has four victories from his last five starts. Walter Cheverie had a driving triple with top honours going to Caliban Haniover in the open trot, Putnam's Snap and his own Bowyer Hanover. Mike McGuigan recorded a driving double while Jason Hughes made a trip to victory lane to remain one win behind leader Marc Campbell in the Charlottetown driver standings. Earl Watts posted a training double which included the fastest mile of the day of 1:57.2 with Sinners in Heaven for Gary Chappell and the ownership group of Windemere Farms, North Wiltshire, PE, Lana Murphy - River Valley Management, Quispamsis, NB. For complete results go to www.redshores.ca Lee Drake

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 www.redshores.ca By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Forever Paradise blasted off the gate to take the early lead and was able to hold off some late challengers to win the Sunday afternoon harness racing feature in 2:00 flat at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Driver Marc Campbell, who used rail control to his advantage, sent the Kevin MacLean trainee through some hot fractions of 27.4, 57.3, 1:27.4 over the sloppy track with three second variant. The son of Western Paradise, who had a five length margin at the head of stretch, was fading in the stretch but was able to beat a pair of Trevor Hicken stable stars longshot Painted Desert (Mark Bradley) and race favorite All Turain (Corey MacPherson) to secure the triactor ticket. The 1-4-6 combination returned $422.80. Forever Paradise notched his 16th victory from 32 starts this season for owners Reg MacPherson, David and Aaron MacKenzie. Caliban Hanover reached a special milestone on the afternoon's open trot class. The veteran trotter, under the command of Walter Cheverie, recorded his 50th lifetime win for owner Wendell MacDonald, Cornwall, PE and trainer Ron Gass. Campbell, Ken Murphy and Corey MacPherson posted driving doubles on the final Sunday card of the season. Racing returns Saturday. Post time is 12:30pm. For complete results go to www.redshores.ca By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Best Risque, with Walter Cheverie driving for harness racing trainer Brian Ladner, won the mares open in one of two featured events Saturday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The time of the mile was 2:00.1 over a track rated as "good" with a two second variant. Sendmeasign (Kenny Arsenault) and General Luckypercy (Ron Matheson) completed the top three. It was the second score of the day for Cheverie after Bad Date, trained by Harold Hill, pulled off an upset over Lyndale Royal. The race was named in honour of Willow Warrior who led the post parade by Mark Bradley and later presented with a retirement cooler as the Curran family joined the mare for her final tour of the legendary CDP oval. Bradley also recorded a driving double on the program with wins aboard Lisfinny from the Jay Noye stable and Wynnfrith for Buntainwood Farm, Brackley Beach, PE and trainer Nicholas Oakes. Smiley Bayama, owned by Shelley and Alexis Gass, Cornwall, won the co-feature in 2:00.2. Ron Gass did the driving and engineered back to back winning performances for the pacer. Driver Vince Poulton made two trips to victory lane with Whosurwinner, trained by Deanna Clow, and IDK for his brother conditioner Gary Poulton and sister Gail MacDonald who owns the seven-year-old son of Stand Forever-Magical Sum. Osprey Impact captured the trot class for owner-driver Paul Larrabee while Fightmaster (Michael McGuigan) clocked the fastest mile of the day of 1:59.1. For complete results go to www.redshores.ca By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - All Turain, with Corey MacPherson in the bike, won the Sunday afternoon featured event in an impressive 1:56.4 at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. All Turain is owned by Lee Hicken, Charlottetown and conditioned by Trevor Hicken. The victory capped off a four win performance for MacPherson. The young pilot moves up to fifth place in the Charlottetown driver standings with 67 first place finishes on the season. Click K (Ron Matheson) was second with Forever Paradise (Marc Campbell) third. The 5-7-2 triactor paid $54.50 while the superfecta 5-7-2-3 returned $599.60 when First Art Down rallied to finish fourth for Kenny Murphy who recorded a driving double on the day. Holy Molie Maggie powered past the field to capture the open trot for driver Gary Chappell and owner-trainer Jeff Holmes. For complete results go to www.redshores.ca By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Kenny Arsenault is the 2015 driving champion and the winner of the Paul MacDonald memorial trophy taking the harness racing competition with a victory aboard Idealic Life in the final leg of the contest during Horseperson's Day Saturday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Arsenault opened the event, presented by PEI Standardbred Horse Owners Association, with top honors with Zanzibar for trainer Paul Morrison and also rallied back into contention with a score with DBS Rosco, owned by Wendell and Robbie Shaw and Derek Folland, to keep him near leaders Ron Matheson and Jason Hughes going into the final race. It was very close right until the end but the win with Idealic Life, owned by Blair Hansen, Charlottetown, PE, put it away with 63 points and a hat-trick for Arsenault. Matheson, who also had a big day with a driving triple, was the runner-up with 61 points. Veteran driver Gary Chappell finished third with 59 points with Corey MacPherson and Jason Hughes tied fourth with 58. The other competing drivers were Vince Poulton (55), Marc Campbell (53), Jack Panting (48) and Terry Gallant (42). In other action, Ramblinglily, with Walter Cheverie in the bike, stopped Sam's winning streak at seven taking the mares open in 1:59.4 for trainer Allan Jones and his co-owner Norman Leger, Shediac, NB. Kims PJS claimed the trot class in the Emmett and Albert Bernard memorial for catch driver Marc Campbell and trainer Lenny Myers and co-owner Paul Murphy, Charlottetown, PE. Bazillion recorded back to back victories in the afternoon's top class. Brian MacPhee supplied the drive for owner Kent Livingston, Cornwall, PE and trainer Trevor Hicken. Painted Desert (Mark Bradley) and Nogreatmischief (Walter Cheverie) completed the triactor. The time of the mile was 1:58 flat. For complete results go to www.redshores.ca By Lee Drake  

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