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Summerside, PE - Heart and Soul, owned by George & Earith Riley, Kensington, PE, established a new track record for two-year-old colts stopping the timer in 1:56.2 for driver-trainer Clare MacDonald Sunday at Red Shores Summerside. The record breaking mile took place in a gold division of the Joe O'Brien memorial in race 12. The colt picked up his fourth victory from six starts. The previous record of 1:57.2 was held by Forever Paradise set on August 22, 2012. The other gold O'Brien stake went to KD Overdrive and Gilles Barrieau in 1:57.4. The top performers in the O'Brien grassroots were Howmacsblackjack (Earl Smith), Rosewood (Kenny Arsenault), JJ Jodster (Marc Campbell) and Windemere Rene (Campbell) The Lady Slipper gold stakes for $11,000 each went to Amirightorwrong (Scott Hubbard) in 2:02 while Dixie Lullaby (Todd Trites) won her assignment in 1:58.2. Also taking top honors in the Lady Slipper grassroots were Every Time (Mark Bradley), R Es Miss Amy, (Barrieau), Riverboat Dancer (Mike Stevenson). Gilles Barrieau had a driving triple putting his lifetime total after weekend at 4003. Campbell had a driving double while trainer Earl Watts recorded two victories from his stable. For complete results and payouts go to by Lee Drake, for Summerside Raceway

Charlottetown, PE – Driver Gilles Barrieau is now an official member of the 4,000 win club. Barrieau reached the milestone with four victories on the day, one at Exhibition Park Raceway in Saint John, NB and three more during the 12 dash program Saturday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The NB native won with Pictonian Edge for trainer Kevin MacLean and then swept the late daily double with the Ron Matheson stable aboard Clic K, who won the feature in a sparking 1:54.3, and Artners in Crime, owned by Bobbi Jo Gaudet, notching the career milestone. Barrieau was joined in the winner’s circle by family, friends and Red Shores race manager Adam Walsh presented him with a special sign to mark the occasion. Marc Campbell and Gordie Hennessey recorded driving doubles. For complete results go to by Lee Drake, for Red Shores

The Big Bite, with Walter Cheverie catch-driving, pulled off an upset to win the Friday night feature event at the harness racing meeting at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The time of the mile was 1:57.3.   Forever Paradise (Gilles Barrieau) found racing room late to finish second while Waterside Light (Kenny Arsenault) completed the triactor.   The 2-5-1 combination paid $449.25.   The Big Bite is owned by Jack Arsenault, Charlottetown, Donna McIver, Edward Blaisdell and Deborah Wilson.   Thane Arsenault is the trainer.   Incredibility nosed out Kims PJ to win the opening trot class on the card for driver Marc Campbell, trainer Earl Watts and owners Wade Peconi, Stanchel, PE and Windemere Farm, North Wiltshire, PE, while Frill Seeker and Kenny Arsenault landed on the line first to take the second trot division in 2:01.4. Arsenault did the driving for Ebbsfleet Stables, Stratford, Ontario. Arsenault, Campbell, Cheverie and Corey MacPherson recorded driving doubles. Racing returns Saturday in Charlottetown. Post time is 6m. Red Shores Summerside hosts the Lady Slipper and Joe O'Brien stakes Sunday at 1pm. Lee Drake

Summerside, PE - Red Shores Summerside hosted two divisions of the Maple Leaf trot Wednesday night. Tyne Valley, under the command of Kenny Arsenault, held off a fast closing Paymenowpaymelater to claim the first event in 2:02. The filly is trained by Bill Roloson for his co-owners Scott Roloson and Krista Pickering. Sweetwater Rayne was third. Suicide Shift and driver Steven Shepherd won the colt division of the Maple Leaf trot in 2:02.4. The colt is owned by Margo Fisher, Fredericton, NB and trainer Harold Shepherd, Charlottetown, PE. BJ Matador was second with Windemere Ty third. The first ever Mayor's Challenge was also held on the program. Mayor Bill Martin of Summerside and driver Tyler Desroches won the race with Windemere Eric in 2:12 over a rain soaked track. Cool One was second with Mayor Clifford Lee of Charlottetown on board with driver Jody Hennessey while Woodmere No Fool finished third for Garth Cole and the deputy Mayor of Kensingston Rodney Mann. For complete results go to By Lee Drake

Summerside, PE - Harness racing returns to Red Shores Summerside Wednesday with two divisions of the Maple Leaf trot and a race featuring three Mayors. Post time is 7pm. The three-year-old fillies take the stage in race 3 with Paymenowpaymelater getting the nod in her assignment of the Maple Leaf trot which carries a purse of $5,200. Gold Cup winning driver Marc Campbell will do the driving for trainer Earl Watts and owner Wade Peconi, Stanchel, PE. The filly has three wins from four starts and leaves off the rail. The other starters include Ladyfoolingaround (Brian MacPhee), Sweetwater Rayne (Jack Panting), Windmere Tribe (Darrell Neill), Tyne Valley (Kenny Arsenault) and Skyanne (Paul Lanigan). Red hot JK Blaze is the morning line favorite (5-2) in the three-year-old colt split. The son of Northern Bailey, bred by Bill Andrew, Calgary, Alberta and trained by Joe Smallwood, has three scores from four races this season. Walter Cheverie will be in the bike from post three. Phoenician (Jason Hughes) and Suicide Shift (Steven Shepherd) are also listed as triactor candidates. The roster also has Buddy The Elf, BJ Matador, Southfield JB, Dusty Lane Jacob and Windemere Ty. The evening feature will go to the gate in race 11 with Whatabadgirl and Gilles Barrieau drawing the rail for owner-trainer Kristina McCourt, Summerside, PE. Barrieau is coming off a big week at Old Home Week taking both the Francis McIsaac top driver award and the top percentage driver presented by Chucker's Trophies and Awards. Barrieau is only 12 victories away from career win 4,000. Lyndale Royal (Campbell) is the one to beat in the top class after recording back to back victories for trainer Brent Campbell and his co-owner Neal Moase, Cornwall, PE with his latest clocking in 1:55 flat over Charlottetown. The power-packed line-up has Onehotvett, American Captain, Athletic Putnam, Narragansett and Oh To Be Me. The card will also feature a showdown between Mayor's Bill Martin, Summerside, Clifford Lee, Charlottetown and Rowan Casely, Kensington. Martin issued the challenge back at the launch of this year's Lobster Festival in July. The participates will team up with drivers on double seater jog carts. The event is scheduled for a 8pm post time. For entries, Jared's picks or live broadcast go to By Lee Drake

Thursday night promises to be a lively card of  harness racing at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. First race post time is 7 pm for the 12-dash program that will serve as the lead in to Old Home Week 2015. The feature of the night is the first leg of the Alpine $4,000 claiming series. Mortal Combat appears to be the heavyweight of the three $1,750 horse and gelding divisions as Marc Campbell drives the five-year-old son of Tell All from post 6 in race 6 of the evening. Rene Allard trains Mortal Combat as the pacer ships in from Pocono Downs in Pennsylvania. The first horse and gelding claiming series division is in race 2 with PL Faststrike the classifier's choice from post 6 in the field of half-a-dozen with Gilles Barrieau in the bike for trainer Adam Merner and owners Blenise Young of Nova Scotia and Jeffrey Campbell of Calgary. The morning line choice in race 10 is Cam Cool in another horse and gelding split with Campbell in the bike for trainer Jim Copley and owner Ann Copley of Inverness, N.S. Two divisions of the Alpine $4,000 claiming series for fillies and mares is also slated on the card with the queen of the Charlottetown claiming mares leading the way in the first division in race 4. CL La Rousse has rail control in the $1,750 event with Jason Hughes in the bike for trainer and co-owner Reg Ferguson and co-owner Paula MacPhee, both of Charlottetown. The other fillies and mares split is in race 8 with Cape Breton invader Dontcallmeprincess the morning line choice for trainer Walter Walker and owner Kayla Habicht Walker, both of Inverness, N.S. The post 6 starter has Barrieau listed to drive. A 12-dash program is scheduled for Friday evening with a 7 pm start time. That card will serve as the official opener of Old Home Week 2015. For up-to-date news on the action at the Capital oval during the next 10 days, check in with the newsrooms at and Lee Drake

Track records are made to be broken but to do it twice on one day is quite a feat. It happened Sunday during the two divisions of the Island Trotting Series at the harness racing meeting at Red Shores Summerside. Holy Molie Maggie, catch-driven by Gary Chappell, smashed the track record for trotters in a dazzling 1:58.4.   Jeff Holmes owns and trains the six year-old mare.   The former record was 1:59 set by Zip The Lip and Frill Seeker who both competed in the race and finished third and fifth respectively.   The performance also erased the aged record for mares established by Osprey Impact back on July 15 during Governor's Plate week. But the new records didn't last long. Two races later, in the very next split of the Island Trotting series, presented by PEI Harness Racing Industry Association, Charlottetown's newest track trot holder Thunderaway took her speed show to the historic Prince County oval and lowered the track standard to an amazing 1:58.1 wining by nine lengths.   Jason Hughes was in the bike for the mile for owner Foxyhall Racing of Summerside, PE.   Thunderaway remains undefeated since moving to the Island with two of her three starts having track record performances. For complete results go to<>   Lee Drake

Big Surf claimed the Saturday night invitational event in gate to wire fashion at the harness racing meeting at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Driver Marc Campbell employed front end tactics and rolled the Trevor Hicken trainee to the point laying down stiff fractions of 26.4, 55 and 1:23.2 before stopping the timer in an impressive 1:53 flat. Im Drinkin Doubles (Marc Whebby), who was fifth on the outside past three-quarter pole, finished second with Hicken's other stable star All Turain (Corey MacPherson) rallying for third. The Rev and R Caan completed the order of finish. D GS Camme and Mach It Big were scratched due to sickness. Big Surf notched his second win in a row for owners Burkie By the Bay stables, Perry Burke, QC. PEI Potato Farmers presented the Spud Island Classic for open mares on the program with Campbell delivering the goods aboard Dirt Track Momma in a dazzling 1:55.2 score for owner Jonah Moase and trainer Neal Moase of Cornwall. Ramblinglily and Walter Cheverie took their division in 1:57.4. Cheverie did the driving for trainer Allan Jones and co-owner Norman Leger, Shediac, NB. Jason Hughes made four trips to the winner's circle on the program. The Stratford native won the opener with Blue Star Outlaw and followed up with Johnnybananas for trainer Jamie Smith, Walbert from the Ashley Gamester stable and closed the night with Narragansett for Foxyhall racing, Summerside, PE. Tymal Tyme prevailed in the trot class for driver Brian MacPhee, trainer Cindy MacDonald and owner Tessa MacKinnon, Souris, PE. Gilles Barrieau recorded a driving double. For complete results go to Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - The top guns are in town Saturday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Post time for the 14 dash harness racing card is 6pm. Governor's Plate champion D GS Camme has drawn the rail in the 7th race invitational with Gilles Barrieau driving for trainer Jackie Matheson and the ownership team of Tom Clark, Ron Matheson, Quentin and Hal Bevan, Charlottetown. The two time plate winner rallied to a fourth place finish after enduring traffic problems in the Exhibition Cup July 25th in Truro, N.S. which was won by Big Surf from the Trevor Hicken stable. The son of Somebeachsomewhere will leave from post 5 for Marc Campbell while stable-mate All Turain, a second place finisher in the cup at Truro, drew post six for regular pilot Corey MacPherson. The starting grid is packed with speed with R Caan (Terry Gallant), Mach It Big (Walter Cheverie), The Rev (Danny Romo) and Im Drinkin Doubles (Marc Whebby). Many of the rail birds are hoping this is a prep for the Gold Cup & Saucer but nobody will know for sure until the nomination deadline closes at 3pm AST on Monday August 10. It could be a big night for Barrieau and team Matheson. The top driver of Governor's Plate week in Summerside is booked on two more favorites from the Matheson stable with General Luckpercy and For All We Know down as the morning line favorites in their respective divisions of the Spud Island Classic presented by PEI Potato Farmers. The first leg will go to post at 8:34 pm with red hot Ramblinglily gunning from the outside post 8 for Walter Cheverie and trainer Allan Jones. The mare has five wins from seven starts. The field also includes Scotian Lass (Dale Spence), Ding (Michael McGuigan), Brodys Leona (Corey MacPherson), Whitesand Artist (Neil Bambrick), Bunny Mach (Jason Hughes) and Kendal Gucci (Kenny Arsenault). The second match-up has Rose Valley (Arsenault), Dirt Track Momma (Marc Campbell), Stayoutofmyaffair (Hughes), Fleurje (MacPherson), Best Risque (Gary Chappell), Romance in Camelot (Terry Gallant) and Bettim Jenny (Jeff Lilley). For entries, top picks and live broadcast go to Island Trotting Series Headlines Sunday Card at Summerside Summerside, PE - The best trotters on the East Coast roll into Red Shores Summerside Sunday. Post time is 1pm. The historic Prince County oval is no stranger to track record holders with three making an appearance in the Island Trotting Series presented by PEI Harness Racing Industry Association. Frill Seeker, owned by Ebbsfleet Stables, Stratford, Ontario, comes off the rail in the first split for driver Kenny Arsenault. The seven-year-old is already in the record books and if he minds his business he could be tough to beat. But it won't be easy. There are other names in this showdown that are quite familiar with history including Zip The Lip who makes his first appearance since June 27th. Brian MacPhee is back in the bike to drive for trainer Donald Sweet. Caliban Hanover (Ron Gass), Holy Molie Maggie (Gary Chappell) and the classy Neal (Brian Andrew). Thunderaway wrote a new chapter last Saturday in Charlottetown when she recorded the fastest trot mile in Maritime history for aged mares stopping the timer in 1:57.3. The new addition to the Foxyhall racing stable of Summerside will go up against Kennel Buddy (David Dowling), Weskey (Harold Shepherd), Pleasure Girls (Ronnie Gass), Osprey Impact (Paul Larrabee) and Howmacs Pride in the second division of the Island Trotting Series scheduled for post at 3pm. In other action, Tammysmist is going for the grand-slam in race 9. The Elton Millar trainee has won her last three starts but faces her toughest assignment yet for owner Kenny Waite, Summerside. The daughter of Western Maverick will be handled by Ken Murphy. For entries, top picks and live broadcast go to Lee Drake

Cambest Kisser was able to hold off The Big Bite to win the Thursday night feature in a sparkling 1:56.1 at the harness racing meeting at  Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park.   Jason Hughes, who recorded a driving triple on the program with the victory, engineered the trip for owners Donald and Steven MacRae, Vernon Bridge.   Blue Chip Sunshine rallied to finish third. Driver Walter Cheverie and trainer Joe Smallwood teamed up to win both trot events on the card. JK Blaze won the three-year-old division while stable-mate JK Queen, co-owned by Smallwood and Norman Clarey, Charlottetown, PE, went gate to wire for a 2:02 score. Racing returns Saturday. Post time is 6pm. Red Shores Summerside will their final card before Old Home Week Sunday at 1pm. Corey MacPherson had a driving double on the program. For complete results go to Lee Drake    

A winning streak will come to an end in the race three trotting feature on Thursday night at the harness racing meeting at Charlottetown Driving Park First race post time is 7 pm for the 13-dash card at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The $1,450 event might as well be called a preview for the Atlantic Breeder's Crown coming up in October as the best three-year-old trotters on the East Coast are set to do battle. JK Blaze has been perfect so far in 2015 for driver Walter Cheverie and owner-trainer Joe Smallwood of Stratford while Paymenowpaymelater takes her two-for-two unbeaten 2015 season to the table for driver Marc Campbell, trainer Earl Watts and owner Wade Peconi of Stanchel. Add Atlantic Breeders Crown champion Tyne Valley (William Roloson) from post 1 and Summerside Raceway track record holder Suicide Shift (Steven Shepherd) to the mix and it could be anyone's race in the eight horse field. A red hot pacer will look to start a new winning streak in the Thursday night pacing feature. The Big Bite has drawn post 4 in the race 12 Preferred 2 for a purse of $2,200 with Kenny Arsenault in the bike for trainer Thane Arsenault and owners Jack Arsenault, Donna McIver and Edward Blaisdell of P.E.I. and Deborah Wilson of Nova Scotia. The six-year-old son of Shark Gesture has two straight wins in 1:58 before being nosed out in his latest start in a blistering 1:55.3 to Forever Paradise. The Big Bite has dodged that foe this week and gains the support of race analyst Les MacIsaac. "He seems to be peaking at the right time with Old Home Week approaching," MacIsaac said of The Big Bite. "He currently offers a not worse than second record from his last three starts and gets home consistently in 28 seconds. He could be sitting on a big one." Cambest Kisser (Jason Hughes) shows some sharp race lines from post 3 while brothers Vincent and Gary Poulton send out Tempo Seelster from post 1 and Cabo Pan Lucas from post 5. The ultra- consistent Cabo Pan Lucas has 11 top three finishes from just 13 starts so far in 2015 and has the services of Danny MacDonald in the bike. Newcomer Blue Chip Sunshine has post 7 in the feature with Gilles Barrieau for owners Milton Young of Newfoundland and trainer Mick Dunn. The American Ideal six-year-old has all ready taken a mark of 1:55.1 this year over the half-mile oval at Flamboro Downs in Ontario. The field also includes Likely To Win (Adam Merner), Jersey Joe (Gary Chappell) and J Rs Hurricane (Corey MacPherson). Lee A. Drake

Machinthesand and driver Ken Murphy won the Sunday feature at the harness racing meeting at Red Shores Summerside in 1:57.2. Murphy, driving for Noonan Holdings Ltd - Russell and Karen Noonan, Summerside, PE, sent the pacer gunning to the point from post eight with fractions of the mile being charted at 28.3, 57.1 and 1:27.3. The Hughie Murphy trainee notched his sixth win of the season. Tyber Champ rallied to finished second with Oh To Be Me third. There were no tickets sold on the 8-2-5 combination so the triactor paid out on 8-2-all returning $442.80. Murphy also made an appearance in the winner's circle with Tammysmist who recorded her third victory in a row. Kenneth Waite, Summerside, PE is the owner with Elton Miller the trainer. Jason Hughes had another big day at the office. The "Blue Knight" ,just off making headlines with the fastest aged trotting mile for mares in Maritime history Saturday in Charlottetown, turned a hat-trick at the Prince County oval scoring with Bad Date, Bunny Mach and Perfect Circle. I Aint No Lady claimed the trot class for Mike Stevenson, owner Sandra Cole, Kensington and trainer Garth Cole. Sendmeasign claimed the William & Doris Companion memorial pace for driver Norris Rogers, owner Alex Sobey and trainer Dale Sobey. Rogers, Stevenson and Murphy had driving doubles while Harold Hill had a training double on the 13 dash program. For complete results go to Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Thunderaway, with harness racing driver Jason Hughes in the bike, established a new track record for aged trotters stopping the timer in 1:57.3 Saturday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The mare, owned by Foxyhall Racing, Summerside, PE, lowered the track record for aged mares from the 1:58.1 mark set by Real Housewife in the final of Erwin Andrew Memorial back on Gold Cup night in 2013. Pleasure Girls (Ron Gass) were charted six and half lengths back for second with Howmacs Pride (Kenny Arsenault) third. The Hughes, Foxyhall Racing partnership also went on to win the Red Shores feature when Si Semalu rolled from gate to wire in 1:56.3. It was the second win in a row for the son of Modern Art. Waterside Light (Kenny Arsenault) came flying late to grab second with Artners In Crime completing the triactor. Eagle Jolt and Marc Campbell joined family members trackside when they won the Maurice Murphy 75th birthday pace while guests with Riviere & Smith wedding pace draped the winning cooler over Starcastic for driver Ron Matheson, Trainer Jackie Matheson and owners Bobbi Jo Gaudet, Charlottetown and Billy MacKenzie, Stratford. Team Matheson also celebrated with Balanchine when the pacer notched his 60th lifetime victory on the program. In other action, Ramblinglily won the mares open by a neck over General Luckypercy in 1:56.2. Walter Cheverie guided the mare to her fifth victory of the year for trainer Allan Jones and his co-owner Norman Leger, Shediac, NB. Newcomer Weskey, under the command of Harold Shepherd, won their open trot challenge in 1:59.3. Matheson, Hughes and Gary Chappell recorded driving doubles on the 13 dash program. For complete results go to By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - The harness racing calendar has officially turned the page into August and the countdown is on to Old Home Week 2015 as Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park stages an exciting 13 dash program Saturday with post time at 6pm. The Jackie Matheson stable will send out two entries with Artners In Crime (Ron Matheson) and Perfect Escape (Walter Cheverie) in the evening's feature carded on race 12 with post time scheduled at 9:08pm. Si Semalu, owned by Foxyhall Racing of Summerside, PE, is the 5-2 morning line favorite from post 4 for driver Jason Hughes who is coming off a 1:55.4 winning score. The field is loaded with top contenders with Governor's Plate consolation winner Mach It Big rolling from outside post seven for trainer Neal Moase and driver Marc Campbell. The seven-year-old son of Mach Three is back on the Island after competing in the Provincial Cup in Truro last weekend. Smiley Bayama (Ron Gass), Waterside Light (Kenny Arsenault) and the ultra-consistent Cabo Pan Lucas (Vince Poulton) complete the line-up. Some of the other highlights on the actioned packed program include Eagle Jolt as the classifier's choice in the Maurice Murphy 75th birthday pace in race 11. It could turn out to be a nice family winner's circle photo if Marc Campbell gets his way off the rail with the gelding who makes his 11th start of the campaign while Starcastic looks to double in the Riviere & Smith Wedding Pace for team Matheson in race 8. Ramblinglily returns to the city oval in the mares open for trainer Allan Jones and driver Walter Cheverie. The trotters take the stage races 2 and 4 with Osprey Impact (Mike Stevenson) and newcomer Strike A Light listed as leading contenders in their respective divisions. For race programs, broadcast and top picks go to Machinthesand favored to win Summerside top class Summerside, PE - Red Shores Summerside presents a 13 dash program Sunday. Post time is 1pm. The historic Prince County Oval is coming off a successful Callbeck Stakes card on Wednesday under the lights. The $2,100 feature will go in race 12 with 4:08pm scheduled post time with Machinthesand being listed as the top choice but has to overcome post 8 for driver Ken Murphy. The pacer has five wins from 15 starts for trainer Hughie Murphy and the ownership team of Noonan Holdings Ltd - Russell and Karen Noonan. "He's been tearing up this track all summer and while the post won't make it easy he's got the speed to overcome it," said race analyst Jared Stretch. Narragansett has the rail in this match-up for Jason Hughes with Athletic Putnam drawing the three hole for Walter Cheverie. The Paul Biggar trainee has been runner up in his last three starts. The field also includes Tyber Champ (Corey MacPherson), American Captain (Michael Campbell), Oh To Be Me (Gary Chappell), Lucky Encounter (Norris Rogers) and Kendal Gucci (Douglas Folkins JR). The trotters line up in race 2 with Pure at Heart (Robert MacInnis), Majian Magic (James Ripley), Parkhill Jugernaut (Brian MacPhee), Honeymoonisover (Brian Andrew), Kims PJS (Lenny Myers) and I Aint No Lady (Mike Stevenson). Deviliciously Good gets top billing in the William and Doris Companion memorial pace on race 8. Mark Bradley is back in the bike to drive for trainer Garth Cole and owner Blaine Thibeau, Kensington, PE. Life Savior will go after his third win in a row in the afternoon's 10th race when Corey MacPherson takes him off the wings from post 7. The veteran pacer, owned by Darla MacEachern, Kensington and trained by her father Duane, just went over the $100,000 lifetime earnings mark and has visited victory lane 57 times in his career. Customers continue to enjoy new promotions including the Super High 5, Pik 3 and Pik 4. On-track players will be offered the Pick 5, Wild Horses tags on races 2-13 with jackpots. For race programs, Jared's Picks or live broadcast go to or twitter at leedrake01 or red_shores Lee A. Drake

Forever Paradise was placed right on the point by driver Gilles Barrieau and went on to win the Thursday night feature at the harness racing meeting at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park in a solid 1:55.3. The Big Bite put in a strong effort and rallied late to finish second for Mike Stevenson with J RS Hurricane (Corey MacPherson) third. Barrieau did the driving for the ownership group of Reg MacPherson and David and Aaron MacKenzie. The pacer notched his 7th win of the campaign. Lyndale Royal made it three victories in a row when he nailed the line in a swift 1:56.3. It was also the third winner of the night for driver Marc Campbell. The six-year-old is trained by Brent Campbell for his co-owner Neal Moase. Other highlights on the card included Dunmore Chance (Jack Panting) and Majian Chester (James Ripley) won their respective assignments in the trot divisions. Yankee No More, owned by Ernest Smith, Rocky Point and trainer Darren Smith, Cornwall, stopped the timer in 1:57.4 to get the pick 5 contest rolling while Tammysmist flashed great speed with a 1:58 performance for driver Ken Murphy, owner Ken Waite, Summerside and trainer Elton Miller. For complete results go to Racing returns Saturday post time is 6pm. Lee A. Drake

Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway held the 2015 edition of the Callbeck Stakes at the harness racing meeting on Wednesday for two-year-old fillies and colts. Time Warp set the stage in the opening dash when the trot filly, in line to Danny MacDonald, powered her way to the front and delivered a 2:04.3 performance to tie the Summerside track record for two year-old fillies. The daughter of Neal is owned by Boyd MacDonald Produce Ltd, Daniel Ross, Belfast, breeder Bill Andrew, Calgary, Alberta and Brian Andrew, Milton Station, PE. Beaus Cowboy then took the spotlight in the very next race when the Alex MacPhee owned colt tripped the timer in a dazzling 1:58.1 for a five length score. Corey MacPherson was in the bike for trainer Ron Gass. KD Overdrive (Steve Mason) and trotter Da Master, owned by Eric Johnston, Summerside and driver Terry Gallant, recorded back to back romps in their respective Callbeck divisions while Howmacs Annie remained undefeated in her young career with a 1:59.2 clocking for driver Gordie Hennessey, trainer Tom Weatherbie and the ownership group of Kyle Gardiner, Michael Currie, Cardigan and Jerry MacKinnon, St. Peters Bay, PE. High Bid, Jackson K Down and Scarlet Safari are three for three in 2015 stakes action. For the complete results of the Callbeck stakes at Summerside go to Lee Drake

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