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Charlottetown, PE - Clic K, with Brian MacPhee catch-driving, won the Saturday harness racing feature in 1:54.3 at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. MacPhee hustled the Jackie Matheson trainee to the point and laid down fractions of 27, 55.3 and 1:24.4 before cruising home to win by length over Nogreatmishief (Gary Chappell) and Ramblinglily (Ken Murphy). It was Clic K's second victory in a row and fourth of the season for ownership team Plo Stable, Donaugh, PE. Jason Hughes and Adam Merner each made two trips to the winner's circle. Hughes had his picture taken with Spirit Of America for owner Robi Hughes, Stratford, PE and Silverhill Buddy for Joanne MacRae and David Myers, Charlottetown, PE. Merner teamed up with trainer for Ron Gass for both his scores. Plumbing Princess earned her third in a row for Shelley and Alexix Gass, Cornwall, PE while Beaus Cowboy made it back to back triumphs for Merner and owner Alex MacPhee, Cornwall, PE. For complete results go to By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Clic K is the morning line harness racing favorite in the Saturday preferred pace at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. He's earned it. The Jackie Matheson trainee is coming off a stellar performance when he toured the city oval in 1:53.3 capping off a nine win display by driver Gilles Barrieau during PEI Colt stakes week last Saturday. Barrieau is on stakes' assignment at Northside Downs in NS so Brian MacPhee gets the call to drive for the Plo stables, Donagh, PE. The cards should all line up from post five as the eight-year-old goes for his second win in a row and fourth of the season. Stable-mate Starcastic, driven by Ron Matheson, leaves along- side from post 6. Nogreatmischief, handled by Gary Chappell, is back to compete after finishing second to Clic K by three lengths the last time they met. Race analyst Les MacIsaac says the pacer has great form right now. "He seems to be getting better every week, something that could be attributed to his limited starts. His great finishing kick in a compact field makes him a major danger." Ramblinglily is back on the Island and drew post 2 in the match-up for driver Ken Murphy and trainer Allan Jones, Riverview, NB. Lily has 10 wins from 17 starts while All Turain, trained by Trevor Hicken, will have Ryan Desroche in the bike with Corey MacPherson also booked for stakes action in NS. The 18 year-old has 101 starts this year and gets to drive one of harness racing's top guns. The rail goes to Narragansett with Jason Hughes and Foxyhall Racing, Summerside, PE. Jetta Flys has had quite the streak lately. The pacer, under the command of Stephen Quinn, has recorded five straight second place finishes but moves up to take on Oh To Be Me and Spirit of America in race 9. The annual Drive for Charity is coming into the homestretch. The promotion that matches 10 drivers with businesses to raise money for local charities moves into its final month. Post time for the 12 dash card is 6pm. For entries, top picks and live broadcast go to Rash B Havior goes for feature repeat at Summerside; Gallant leading trainer Summerside, PE - The harness racing action shifts back to Sunday afternoon at Red Shores Summerside. Post time is 1pm. The feature will go in race 12 scheduled for a 4:08pm post time with Rash B Havior gunning for back to back victories from the Michael Peters stable after taking top spot in 1:56.3 fashion Tuesday under the lights. Ken Murphy, who sits fifth in the Summerside driver standings with 23, will catch-drive from post 6 against a star-studded field that includes Doing Some Damage off the rail for Brian MacPhee while Motorino, a strong triactor candidate, will start from the 7 hole for Terry Gallant. DBS Rosco (Michael McGuigan), Lucky Encounter (Gary Chappell), Jeb (Jason Hughes) and Machinthesand (Norris Rogers) round out the roster. Gallant has a slight lead in the top trainer standings at Summerside with 13 victories followed by Ron Gass (12) and Ralph Sweet (10). The Sweet stable has another new addition with Jester joining the line-up at their O'Leary operation. The son of Jeremes Jet has been perfect since arriving on the red soil after competing at Grand River raceway and Georgian Downs in Ontario. Rising Fella has also moved to PEI for trainer Jansen Sweet and co-owners Allison Sweet and Brody Ellis, Alberta. The three-year -old lines up in race 4. Here are the top driver standings going into Sunday's program. Marc Campbell (32), Corey MacPherson (26), Jason Hughes (25), Ken Murphy (23), Kenny Arsenault (22). For race programs, backstretch beat and live video go to   By Lee Drake

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

Summerside, PE - Rash B Havior tracked down pace setter Doing Some Damage (Brian MacPhee) to take the Tuesday night harness racing feature at Red Shores Summerside. The time of the mile was 1:56.3. Marc Campbell did the driving for owner Michael Peters, Emyvale, PE. It was Campbell's third winner of the night. Motorino (Terry Gallant) completed the triactor. Bowyer Hanover captured the Garth Schurman memorial in 1:58. Gary Chappell was in the bike for trainer Walter Cheverie and owner Ivan MacMillan, O'Leary, PE. Chappell, Dale Spence, Kenny Arsenault and Jason Hughes had driving doubles on the program. The historic Prince County oval played host the Prince Edward Island Matinee finals with matinee track announcer Chris MacRae of Pinette calling the action. The young announcer was even given a chance to call race 5 on the official program by Vance Cameron. Fast Flyer, in line to Zac Conway, won the C Class for owner-trainer Paul Conway, Bonshaw, PE while Freddy My Boy won the B Class for driver Austin Sorrie for owner Tammy Collings. The final heat, Class A, went to Badlands Giovanna driven by Brady Sweet for owner Steven Sweet. The time of the mile was an impressive 2:00.1. The PEI Matinee Finals Championship was sponsored by the Province of PEI with Kent Oakes making the trophy presentation. For complete results go to By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - The PEI Colt Stakes are in the books but this year's chapter belongs to Gilles Barrieau after the veteran harness racing driver recorded four winners in the Saturday afternoon program and made five trips to the winner's circle on the evening card for nine victories at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The New Brunswick native began his remarkable day aboard Twomacsoneshadow in the two-year-old colt division of the PEI Colt stakes tripping the timer in 1:58 flat and then came right back with Woodmere Dreams for trainer Ken Wilkie in 1:59.3. The driving triple came with Outrageous Belle while Woodmere Soul notched the grand-slam in 1:59to give Earl Watts a training double. The other PEI Colt stake winners in the afternoon were Goodmorning Ky (Norris Rogers), Tobinator (Corey MacPherson), Woodmere Finesse (Kenny Arsenault), Mick Dundee (Don MacNeill) and The Hawk (Danny Romo). The three-year-old colts and fillies were in the spotlight with the PEI Colt stakes under the lights for the second half of the double-header. Barrieau was back in victory lane with Jackson K Down for trainer Steve Mason and the Downey Stable, Quispamsis, NB. The former National Driving representative also collected stakes hardware with Every Time for trainer Eddy Doucette while Four Brass Starz and Santiago Style gave him his fourth on the night. Barrieau's ninth and final win of the day came with Clic K in the evening's top class in a torrid 1:53.3. The eight-year-old son of Shanghai Phil, owned by the Plo Stable, Donagh, PE and trained by Jackie Matheson, won by three lengths over a fast closing Nogreatmischief (Gary Chappell) and OK Galahad (Jason Hughes) third. Adam Merner enjoyed a driving triple with scores aboard Beaus Cowboy in the PEI Colt stakes in 1:56.3 for trainer Ron Gass and owner Alex MacPhee, Clyde River, PE. Merner also opened the card with Windemere Stanley and won the finale with Likely To Win in 1:55.4. The pacer notched his third win in a row. The other stakes winners were Southfield Sassy (Terry Gallant), Heart and Soul (Clare MacDonald), Alberta Sky (Ken Murphy) and Scarlet Safari (Marc Campbell). In other action, Drivingthedragon N captured the Atlantic Aged Mares Pacing Series, presented by Standardbred Canada, for trainer-driver Jason Hughes and owner Don MacRae, Vernon Bridge, PE. The mare stopped the timer in 1:55 flat for her third in a row. For complete results go to By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park kicked off the PEI Colt Stakes Thursday featuring the trotters at the harness racing legendary oval. Majian Tango opened up the $4,500 two year division taking top place money for trainer-driver James Ripley while Just A Little Tad rallied to win her assignment for trainer Ron Gass and driver Corey MacPherson. Play Along scored his second win of the season for owner-trainer-driver Trevor Easter, Morell, PE. Howmac Gyspy earned the first piece of hardware in the three-year old trot division for driver Jack Panting and trainer Ralph Annear. The winning connections were joined in the winner's circle by Rebekah Nitschmann a member of the UPEI swim team who was on hand for Panther night at the track. Glencove Zani pulled off an upset in the second three-year-old $5,600 split for driver Michael McGuigan and trainer Edward Smallwood. In other action, Freddie notched his third win in a row in the open trot for driver Marc Campbell and Three Wisemen stable of Cornwall, PE in a dazzling 1:57.4. The trip is a new track record for aged trotting geldings. Narragansett captured the evening's top class presented by Intelisys Aviation Systems in 1:56.4 for trainer-driver Jason Hughes and Foxyhall racing stable, Summerside, PE. Gilles Barrieau, Corey MacPherson and Gary Chappell had driving doubles on the program. The PEI Colts Stakes, Canada's longest running stakes program with 82 years of history, continues Saturday with a double header. Post times at 1pm and 7pm. The wager was $24,190 For complete results go to Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Nogreatmischief captured the Saturday feature harness racing event in a sparkling 1:55.3 at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Driven by Gary Chappell, Nogreatmishief used his closing speed to track down pace setter Clic K (Gilles Barrieau) in the stretch to notch his fourth win and a new lifetime mark. The five year-old son of Bettors Delight is trained by Walter Cheverie for his co-owner John Thompson, Charlottetown. Doing Some Damage (Brian MacPhee) rallied for second while Clic K finished third. Drivingthedragon N knocked off favorite Shadows Mystery to win the Guardian Pace in the open mares in a dazzling 1:54.3. The mare, under command of catch-driver Mark Bradley for trainer Jason Hughes, posted her second straight victory in only her third start since relocating from New York for owner Donald MacRae, Vernon Bridge, PE. Marc Campbell put in another big performance in the bike with four winners on the program. They included Woodmere Articblue and Dustyland Wildbill from his own barn while the Ralph Sweet trainee, Jetster, and Corisca Hall, out of the Jennifer Trainor stable, completed the grand-slam. Chappell and Ken Murphy had driving doubles. For complete results go to By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Race favorites Wicked Nick and Pappy Go Go captured their respective divisions in the rich Blair Andrew memorial stakes for harness racing two year-old trotters Thursday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Wicked Nick fired from the rail position to the lead and never looked back scoring in 2:06.4 for driver Gary Chappell. The trotter, sent off as the heavy favorite at $2.70, notched his fourth win of the campaign for owners Peter Buchanan, North Wiltshire, PE and Cameron Trail, O'Leary, PE. The victory in the $10,850 event pushes his bank account to $17,320. Pappy Go Go earned his fourth win from six starts in the second division of the Blair Andrew Memorial. The two-year-old was handled by Marc Campbell for Greyland Farms, Pugwash, N.S. Bred by William Andrew, Calgary, Alberta, the trotter now has a personal best of 2:02.3. Brian Andrew of Meridian Farms was trackside to greet the winning connections and present the cooler. Some of the best trotters on the East coast went behind the gate in race 10 in the open trot with Freddie going the distance for Campbell's second winner in 1:59.4 and Three Wisemen stable, Cornwall, PE. In the other trot action, veteran Caliban Hanover picked up 54th lifetime win for driver Adam Merner, owner Wendell MacDonald, Cornwall and trainer Ron Gass. Cabo Pan Lucas pulled off an upset to capture the evening's top class in 1:57.1 for catch-driver Kenny Arsenault. The pacer, owned by Alan Walker and trainer Gary Poulton, Charlottetown, PE paid $16.50. Tempo Seelster (Vince Poulton) ws second with fraction setter Bazilion (Brian MacPhee). It was Arsenault's second trip to the winner's circle on the card. Gilles Barrieau and Campbell ended the night with driving triples. For complete results go to By Lee Drake

The Host Committee of the 2016 Atlantic Breeders Crown will again recognize Atlantic harness racing families for their long-term contribution to the industry. One family meeting the criteria will be selected from each of Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. Awards sponsored by the Province of Prince Edward Island will be presented as part of the Atlantic Breeders Crown Banquet on Saturday, October 8, 2016 at the Top Of The Park, Red Shores Charlottetown. The harness racing industry and general public are invited to submit nominations to the Evaluation Committees in each province for consideration for recognition. Nominations should be in written form, and detail how the nominated family meet the suggested criteria: 1. Fifty years of family involvement in Atlantic Harness Racing 2. At least one family member still active in the industry in some capacity 3. Achievements on an Atlantic /Canadian scale as a breeder, owner, trainer, driver or builder 4. Public recognition for outstanding contribution to Atlantic Harness Racing - i.e. National or Provincial Halls of Fame) 5. Success in major Atlantic Canadian races - i.e. track records, stakes or invitational wins, significant milestones,(i.e wins) etc. or prolific success of several family members 6. Longevity of success of family member(s) The Evaluation Committees reserve the right to submit nominations as well. Nominations are due by September 15. The evaluation committees, which have been established in each province, will select one family per Atlantic province to be honoured. Since its initiation in 2001, the following families have been recognized: From New Brunswick The Alexander, Armstrong, Barrieau, Breau, Bishop, Doherty, Downey, Goguen, Goodine, Irving, Jones, Nicholson, Queen, Stevenson and Trites families From Nova Scotia The Daniels, Davis, Gillis, Haley, MacLeod, MacDonnell, MacKinnon, MacQuarrie, Pinkney, Rankin, Ratchford, Smith, Whebby and Wilson families From Prince Edward Island The Andrew, Annear, Arsenault, Bernard, Chappell, Hennessey, Kelly, MacGregor, MacPhee, O'Brien, Poulton, Smallwood, Smith, Whelan and Willis families From Newfoundland Cliff Garland, Dennis Gallway, and the Deering, Dillon, Downing, Forward, McDonald, Oliver, and Pack families. Please forward nominations to: Prince Edward Island Jerry McCabe, ABC Host Committee Phone: 902-892-7510 Email: Nova Scotia Robyn Crowe, Nova Scotia Harness Racing Industry Association Phone: 902-865-1670 Fax: 902-483-9060 Email: New Brunswick New Brunswick Harness Racing Industry Association Phone: 506-459-3204 or 506-636-6927 Fax: 506-206-2403 or 506-636-6959 Email: Newfoundland Brett Whelan, St Johns Racetrack and Entertainment Centre Phone: 709-699-3298 Email:   Lee Drake

Summerside, PE - Motorino, with harness racing trainer Terry Gallant in the bike, won the Labour Day pace Monday at Red Shores Summerside. The time of the mile was 1:56.2. Leaving from post three, Motorino sat mid-pack in the race after Forever Paradise (Michael McGuigan) set fractions of 27.3, 57.2 and 1:26.3 before the pace setter started to fade. Gallant put Motorino up the passing lane to win a head over Doing Some Damage (Brian MacPhee) while Forever Paradise completed the triactor. Gallant co-owns Motorino with Eric Johnston, Summerside, PE. The 3-1-6 combination returned $239.90. Gary Chappell enjoyed a big day at the office. The veteran driver recorded a driving triple with victories aboard Mattadors Rose for trainer Jeff Lilley, Lucky Encounter from the Dale Sobey stable and Bowyer Hanover for owner Ivan MacMillan, O'Leary, PE and trainer Walter Cheverie. Norris Rogers, Jason Hughes and Marc Campbell had driving doubles on the day. For complete results go to Big Surf and MacPherson Hold On to Win Preferred Pace at Charlottetown Charlottetown, PE - Big Surf held off a fast closing Clic K (Gilles Barrieau) to win the Saturday night preferred pace at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The feature was presented by McWade Racing. Driver Corey MacPherson mapped out the winning trip opting to vacant the two hole and take the command of the pace on enroute to the opening quarter in a swift 27.3. The son of Somebeachsomewhere rolled pasted the half in 56.2 while the third panel flashed up at 1:25 flat. Clic K came back out for the stretch drive but missed by a nose in 1:54.1. Trevor Hicken trains the five-year-old who was runner up in the James "Roach" MacGregor memorial in his last start during Old Home Week. The pacer is owned by Robin, Perry and Luke Burke. In other action, Drivingthedragon N, owned by Donald MacRae, Vernon Bridge, recorded her first victory on PEI for trainer Jason Hughes in the mares open handicap in 1:57.2 Marc Campbell, Jason Hughes and Vaughn Doyle had driving doubles. Doyle paraded OK Gladiator, owned by Darla Jay and Shelly Wilkie, to victory lane in the opener. The Charlottetown native came back with Scoot Out of Here to give owner Darla Jay, Charlottetown, PE, her second trip to the winner's circle. By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - It was Lady Slipper stake night Thursday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park with five divisions for harness racing two and three year-old trotters. Pappy Go Go, owned by Greyland Farm, Pugwash NS, delivered as the post time favorite in the first division of the Lady Slipper for trainer-driver Marc Campbell with Glencove Carter taking top honours in his Slipper $5,700 assignment for trainer-owner Carl Bagnall and driver Harold Shepherd. Shepherd also won with Suicide Shift for the driving double. Wicked Nick, a son of Tad the Stud, wired the field to take the final Lady Slipper for two-year olds for Gary Chappell and the ownership team of Peter Buchanan, North Wiltshire and Cameron Trail, O'Leary, PE. Oceanview Pancho ended Mr Bower's winning streak at five. The three-year-old trotter, handled by Corey MacPherson, stopped the timer in 202.1 in his division of the Lady Slipper over a rain soaked track rated as sloppy with a 2 second variant. Oceanview Pancho is owned by Bill Roloson, Belfast and trainer Paul Larrabee of Belle River, PE. Southfield Storm, under the command of Terry Gallant, pulled off an upset in the other Lady Slipper for three-year-old trotters. The colt, owned by Southfield Farms Inc, Summerside, PE, picked up his first win of the season. In other action, Thunderaway captured the open trot for Jason Hughes and Foxyhall Racing, Summerside, PE. The trotter scored his sixth victory of the season. The evening feature went to Perfect Escape in an impressive 1:56.3. The pacer packed a big opening punch when he flashed by the opening quarter in 27.4 and then rolled through factions of 57.3 and 1:26.4 for driver Gilles Barrieau. Jackie Matheson trains the seven year-old for owners Jack Keenan, Stratford, PE and Joseph Dahl, Burlington, Ontario. Hughes and Campbell also scored driving doubles on the program. For complete results go to By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - The official draws took place this morning for two harness racing Sobeys Gold Cup & Saucer trials that will lead up to the 57th running of Prince Edward Island's signature race on Saturday August 20th at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Harness racing's richest horse, Foiled Again ($7,441,732), has been entered to compete in the legendary race. The first trial will be Saturday August 13th with the second trial being staged on Monday August 15th. For race dates, live race broadcasts, race replays and more go to Here are the fields: Sobeys Gold Cup Trial 1 1. Foiled Again 2. Ys Lotus 3. D GS Camme 4. Big Surf 5. Shades of Bay 6. Highland Tartan 7: Senior Market Sobeys Gold Cup Trial 2 1. Limelight Beach 2. Alexas Jackpot 3. Mr Massimo 4. Big Boys Dreams 5. Go Daddy Go 6. Paparazzi Hanover 7: Dialamara Lee Drake                               Lee A. Drake   Manager Marketing, Brands & PlayWise   Red Shores Racetrack and Casino   Charlottetown & Summerside Locations   21 Exhibition Drive l Charlottetown, PEI l C1A 9S8   p: 902-620-4222 Ext 4263 l c: 902-629.0836 l f: 902-620-4324       Free Admission every night at 9pm for 19 years of age or older during Old Home Week! For post times, casino hours and the Gold Cup & Saucer go to                   You must be 19 years of age or older to play, purchase or redeem Atlantic Lottery Products.                                   "Contains confidential information, including proprietary AL or third party information, advice and/or recommendations, the disclosure of which may harm AL's or a third party's financial interests; Not intended for public distribution."       ********************************************************************** This E-mail message (including attachments, if any) is intended for the use of the individual or entity to which it is addressed and may contain information that is privileged, proprietary, confidential and exempt from disclosure. If you are not the intended recipient, you are notified that any dissemination, distribution or copying of this communication is strictly prohibited. If you have received this communication in error, please notify the sender and erase this E-mail message immediately.   Le présent message électronique (y compris les pièces qui y sont annexées, le cas échéant) s'adresse au destinataire indiqué et peut contenir des renseignements de caractère privé ou confidentiel. Si vous n'êtes pas le destinataire de ce document, nous vous signalons qu'il est strictement interdit de le diffuser, de le distribuer ou de le reproduire. Si ce message vous a été transmis par erreur, veuillez en informer l'expéditeur et le supprimer immédiatement.  

Summerside, PE - Motorino, co-owned by Eric Johnston and harness racing trainer Terry Gallant, won the Sunday top class at Red Shores Summerside. Ken Murphy was called in to catch-drive the five-year black gelding and sent to the pacer to the front off the rail cutting fractions 28.3, 58 and 1:26.4 before stopping the timer in an impressive 1:55.3. Rash B Havior was second with Sam third. Murphy enjoyed a great afternoon at the legendary Prince County oval with four winners that also included Paphos, Red Magician and the finale aboard Coasttocoastshark. Jason Hughes had a driving triple with American Captain, Woodmere No Fool and Keep It Country taking top honours in their respective divisions. Mark Pezzarello recorded a driving double. Summerside takes a break for Old Home Week starting Thursday August 11 until Saturday August 20th. Racing returns to Summerside on Wednesday August 24th with a 7pmpost time. For complete results go to By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - D GS Camme won the Saturday night harness racing feature at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park in 1:55.3. Driver Gilles Barrieau attempted to send D GS Camme to the lead from his outside post but that plan didn't work after they met some stiff opposition rounding the first turn. The duo decided to sit 5th to the opening quarter put up by All Turain (Corey MacPherson) in a swift 27.4. Camme was on the move on route to the half in 57.1 before taking command past the three quarter marker in 1:26. The Jackie Matheson trainee won by a half a length over All Turain while Oh To Be Me (Gary Chappell) was third. It was the second win in a row for the ownership team of Quentin & Hal Bevan, Tom Clark and Ron Matheson, Charlottetown, PE. Veteran driver Gary Chappell scored a hat-trick on the program with wins aboard Textually Active, Unstoppable Speed and longshot Fly With Max who returned $30.80 to win. Ramblinglily captured the open mares in 1:55 flat for the fastest mile of the night. Walter Cheverie was in the bike for trainer Allan Jones and his co-owner Normand Leger, Shediac, NB. Marc Campbell notched a driving double with Freddie in the open trot and Daylyn Horizon. For complete results go to By Lee Drake

The nomination deadline is quickly approaching for the 57th running of the harness racing Sobeys Gold Cup & Saucer. The fee is $500 and nominations close on Monday August 8, 2016 at 3pm (AST). Contact the Red Shores race office at 902.629.6634. The Gold Cup & Saucer final on Saturday August 20, 2016 goes for $60,000 with the Consolation carrying a purse of $30,000. For conditions and details on the Gold Cup go to   Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Doing Some Damage came flying on the outside through the stretch to claim the harness racing Joe Fogarty Memorial Thursday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The time of the mile was 1:57.1 Driven by Brian MacPhee, Doing Some Damage was well positioned throughout the mile before overpowering the field in the lane. Likely To Win cut the fractions of 27.2, 57.2 and 1:26.4. DBS Rosco (Kenny Arsenault) was second with Likely To Win fading to third. The 8-4-5 triactor returned $259.00. The winning horse is owned by Kent Livingston, Cornwall, PE and trained by Trevor Hicken. In other action, trotter Job Well Done, with Paul Morrison in the bike, won his first race of the season in only his second start of the campaign. High Flyer (Gordie Hennessey) took the second trot assignment on the card. Marc Campbell notched a driving double on the program. The nomination deadline is quickly approaching for the 57th running of the Sobeys Gold Cup & Saucer. The fee is $500 and nominations close on Monday August 8, 2016 at 3pm (AST). Contact the Red Shores race office at 902.629.6634. The Gold Cup & Saucer final on Saturday August 20, 2016 goes for $60,000 with the Consolation carrying a purse of $30,000. For conditions and details on the Gold Cup go to Lee Drake

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