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Summerside, PE - Red Shores Summerside held a 10 dash harness racing card on Wednesday to celebrate Lobster Festival Week with PEI Seafood night. Machinthesand, owned by Noonan Holdings Ltd - Russell and Karen Noonan, won the evening's feature presented by Department of Agriculture and Fisheries. Customers and visitors to the historic oval were treated to samples of world-class seafood and harness racing. Driven by Norris Rogers, Machinthesand (Mach Three) busted the gate from post 5 to level fractions of 28.3, 58.4 and 1:28.2. He closed his final quarter in 27.1 to win by three lengths in 1:55.3. Athletic Putnam (Dale Spence) was second with Motorino (Terry Gallant) third. In other action, driver Walter Cheverie claimed the Summerside Lobster Festival Pace aboard Capitalism for owner Kristina McCourt, Summerside,PE. Cheverie returned in the very next race with veteran pacer Blue Meadow Willie to be presented with the Arsenault's Fish Mart cooler. The 12 year-old pacer, owned by Robert and Brenda MacInnis, Summerside, recorded his 59th lifetime victory. Ken Murphy also a driving double on the program. Wager was $15,051. For complete results go to By Lee Drake   Matchup Rekindled In Red Shores Feature CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - A Governor's Plate Night rivalry will be renewed Thursday evening at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park and Bazillion wants to settle the score. The Trevor Hicken trainee has drawn post 3 in the $2,200 feature event scheduled as race 11 on the Thursday evening program with the first of 12 dashes scheduled to kick off at 6:30 PM. Bazillion will have Brian MacPhee back in the bike for owner Kent Livingston of Cornwall after finishing third last Saturday during Governor's Plate night action at Red Shores Summerside. The six-year-old son of Village Jolt did all the front end road work in that start only to give way to Smiley Bayama down the stretch in a scorching 1:55 mile. With an inside post and Smiley Bayama leaving on his outside, the score could be settled this Thursday, with the post 6 leaving Smiley Bayama scheduled to have Adam Merner in the bike for trainer Ron Gass and owners Shelley and Alexis Gass, of Cornwall. Race analyst Les MacIsaac sees Bazillion setting up shop on the front end again this week but think rail starter My Lucky Killean (Ken Murphy) can leave enough to make front-end-control a dear price to pay. MacIsaac says this will all play into the game plan for Smiley Bayama to win it all and turn his three race win streak into four. "He's firing on all cylinders right now with three straight wins," MacIsaac said. "The possibility of some early mayhem up front could set things up nicely for his rallying style and give him a great chance to keep the streak intact." Other entries include Whosurwinner (Mike McGuigan), Nogreatmischief (Walter Cheverie), Tempo Seelster (Todd Walsh), and Perfect Escape (Ron Matheson). The race 6 Open trot carries a $1,950 purse and see a career opportunity for a 18-year-old reinsman. With stakes action scheduled for Truro Raceway in Nova Scotia Thursday night, that leaves the race bike seat empty for the Marc Campbell trained Freddie, leaving from post 5 this week. Rookie driver Ryan Desroche will get the call to fill that void behind the 13-time winner for owners Three Wisemen Stable of Cornwall. Other top entries include Wedgewood (Gary Chappell) from post 2 and Frill Seeker (Kenny Arsenault) with post 3. By Nicholas Oakes for Red Shores

Summerside, PE - Whosurwinner, under the command of driver Adam Merner, pulled off an upset at odds of 10-1 in winning the Kensington Horsemen's Club Pace Thursday at Red Shores Summerside. The time of the mile was 1:58.4. Trained by Deanna Clow, Whosurwinner came flying through the stretch to knock off the competition and notch his fourth win of the season. Inspired Art (Marc Campbell) was second with Carnivore (Dale Spence) third. The 5-1-2 triactor returned $535.60. Governor's Plate week continued with the two year-old colts vying for top place cheques in the Atlantic Sires Stakes. Libertys Choice (Jason Hughes), Windemerenightlife (Marc Campbell) and Tobinator (Corey MacPherson) made the first three trips to victory lane. The other stakes winners were Nameisonthehalter (Clare MacDonald), Colin N Down (Gilles Barrieau) and Carters Caper (MacDonald). In other action, the Rockey Chief - Harvey and Randy MacEachern memorial went to Honor Roll and driver Brian Andrew in 1:58.2. Wager was $26,916 Racing returns Friday night at Red Shores Summerside. Post time is 7pm. For complete results go to by Lee Drake, for Red Shores

Summerside, PE - Nogreatmischief won the West Prince Horsemen's Club pace Wednesday night at Red Shores Summerside in 1:57.2. Walter Cheverie was in the bike for the victory for his co-owner John Thompson, Charlottetown, PE. Artners In Crime (Ron Matheson) was second with Superbo Hanover (Gordie Hennessey). The two-year-old fillies highlighted the Governor's Plate week program in Atlantic Sires Stakes contests. Marc Campbell and Kenny Arsenault had stakes driving triples on the card. Campbell had scores aboard Filly Forty Seven, Woodmere Sandylu and Elektra Express. Arsenault's stake winners were Woodmere Finesse, Im Not Lisa taking and Kinda Like Her. Campbell and Arsenault share the top spot with six wins in the Basil Whelan memorial top driver for Governor's Plate week going into Thursday's card. Post time is 7pm. Dale Spence is next with five victories. Wager was $29,617. For complete results go to For more Governor's Plate Week stories go to by Lee Drake, for Red Shores

Summerside, PE - All Chocolate is now in the history books after touring Red Shores Summerside in 1:54 flat to set a new track record for aged pacing mares on Monday night. Driven by Marc Campbell, All Chocolate, owned by Perry Burke and trained by Trevor Hicken, fought for the lead as the field touched down on a 28.1 second opening panel. That set the stage for the rest of fractions with the half reached in 55.4 while the three-quarters flashed up at 1:25. The timer had the duo on the line at 1:54 which erased the track record owned by Ramblinglily and Abby Best. The open mares contest went to Ramblinglily in 1:56.2 for driver Water Cheverie and trainer Allan Jones. Driver Jason Hughes had a driving double aboard trotters I Aint No Lady and Thunderaway. Kenny Arsenault also paraded two winners with O Christopher and American Captain getting their pictures taken in victory lane. Governor's Plate action continues Tuesday at 7:00 pm featuring the Atlantic Sires Stakes - Meridian Farms two and three-year old trotters, Summerside Chamber night at the track and the official draw at 8pm for the 48th running of the Governor's Plate presented by Summerside Chrysler Dodge. For complete results go to By Lee Drake, for Red Shores

Charlottetown, PE - Rash B Havior made a big move down the backstretch and went on to win the Saturday harness racing feature at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Marc Campbell was in the bike for owner-trainer Michael Peters, Emyvale. The time of the mile was 1:58.2. Tempo Seelster (Todd Walsh) was off the leader by two lengths for second while Idealic Life (Corey MacPherson) was third. The 7-3-4 triactor returned $583.00. The fastest mile of the night went to Santiago Style in an impressive 1:55.1 for Gilles Barrieau and trainer Jackie Matheson. The Shadow Play colt is owned by Bradford Duplisea and Chad Taylor, Charlottetown, PE. Their other stable star Mozartsplace, co-owned by Duplisea and Shawn McAdam, Charlottetown, gave Barrieau and Matheson a driving and training double on the card. Jason Hughes had a driving double on the program. The action shifts to Red Shores Summerside Sunday for Governor's Plate eliminations. Post time is 1pm. By Lee Drake

Summerside, PE - The official countdown to the 48th running of the Governor's Plate, presented by Summerside Chrysler Dodge, gets underway Sunday at Red Shores Summerside. Post time for the 10 dash card is 1pm. The $5,000 Governor's Plate eliminations will go in races 9 and 10 with the top four advancing to the final on Saturday July 16th. Two- time champion D GS Camme will leave from post two in the first elimination for driver Gilles Barrieau and trainer Jackie Matheson. The eight year-old pacing star was charted in 1:55.2 in his last start but this guy has his name on the track record sign of 1:53 flat. He will get a lot of respect. Barrieau, who has won the plate five times, will drive for ownership team of Quentin and Hal Bevan, Tom Clark and Ron Matheson, Charlottetown, PE. Race secretary Gerard Smith is going to the newcomer from New York for his second choice. Ys Lotus, trained by Rene Allard, gets the services of Marc Campbe ll from post 7. The pacer can close like a freight train with final panels 27.2 and 27.4 and shows trips in 1:52.4. The Jason Hughes stable will send out two contenders. Jeb, a new purchase for Robi Hughes, Blair and Eric MacLauchlan, lands on the rail. Hughes is committed to Narragansett for Foxyhall Racing, Summerside, PE so Kenny Arsenault gets the call on Jeb, a winner in his last three starts. The field also has First Art Down (Ken Murphy), Junebugs Baby (Myles Heffernan) and Doing Some Damage (Corey MacPherson). The second elimination has His Boy Elroy listed as the morning favorite for driver-trainer Bernard McCallum and owner Dan MacRae, Baddeck, NS. The winner of $201,765 lifetime has a terrible starting point (pp8) but ships in from Mohawk racetrack where he shows miles in 1:50 range. The son of Jeremes Jet could get his first win of 2016 at the historic Summerside raceway which celebrates 130 years of racing. Co- track record holder Big Surf is back from the Trevor Hicken stable and leaves right along side one slot to the left while Ok Galahad will fire from post 4 for Hughes. The five-year old is sharp right now winning his last three in a row that included the Ladner memorial final is a sparkling 1:54.4. The power-packed roster also includes Warrawee Phoenix (Mark Bradley), Clic K (Gilles Barrieau), Machinthesand (Ken Murphy), Midnight Play (Corey MacPherson) and Forever Paradise (Michael McGuigan). For a list of entries, race programs or live broadcast go to Perfect Escape remains perfect in top three finishes this season; Final card before action shifts to Summerside for Governor's Plate Week Final card at Charlottetown Saturday Charlottetown, PE - Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park will have one more card of racing before all the action shifts to Summerside for Governor's Plate week on Sunday. The capital track presents an 11 dash program Saturday. Opening race post time is 6pm. Perfect Escape gets the top call in the evening feature in race 11 scheduled for an 8:51pm start. The Jackie Matheson trainee hasn't missed a top three finish since his qualifying start back on June 2nd. Gilles Barrieau will handle the driving duties for owners Jack Keenan, Stratford, PE and Joseph Dahl, Burlington, Ontario. The horse comes into the event aiming for his 20th lifetime score. Idealic Life (Corey MacPherson) and Rash B Havior (Marc Campbell) will try to spoil the party for the morning line favorite. The back-up class has All Turain as the leading candidate for owner Lee Hicken, Trainer Trevor Hicken and their pilot Corey MacPherson. MacPherson sits on top of the driver leaderboard with 42 wins. Marc Campbell is second with 41 and Jason Hughes has climbed back into contention with 31. The park will be dark in support of Governor's Plate week at Red Shores Summerside starting Sunday with two eliminations. The signature race began in 1969 when Kim Ash and Art Porter won the plate. Since then, there have been many memorable moments such as the dead-heat for win between Luna Fantasia (Danny O'Brien) and Quick Challenge (Dr. Ian Moore) in 1996 or the track record performance of 1:53 by D Gs Camme in 2014. Driver Gilles Barrieau has won Summerside's race five times with his first trip to victory lane with Comedy Hour in 1998. Dr. Ian Moore has four plates in his trophy case. For entries, top picks or live broadcast go to by Lee Drake, for Red Shores  

Charlottetown, PE - Eagle Jolt came flying up the passing lane to catch Bazillion (Brian MacPhee) in deep stretch to win the Thursday feature at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The time of the mile was 1:59.1 over a rain soaked track listed as sloppy with a two second variant. Marc Campbell engineered the winning drive sitting in the pocket behind Bazillion through splits of 30.3, 1:01.1 and 1:30.2 before edging out the fraction setter for the victory. Eagle Jolt now has 40 lifetime wins for owners Wilbur and Marie MacDonald, Orwell Cove, PE. Starcastic (Ron Matheson) was third. Trotters High Flying (Gordon Hennessey), Parkhill Jugernaut (Ambyr Campbell), Westwood (Gary Chappell) and Thunderway (Jason Hughes) won their respective assignments on the card. Campbell, Donnie MacNeill, Gary Chappell and Jason Hughes had driving doubles. The wager was $36,738 For complete results go to by Lee Drake, for Red Shores

Summerside, PE - Athletic Putnam won the Wednesday night feature at Red Shores Summerside in 1:57.2. Driven by Dale Spence for trainer Paul Biggar, Tyne Valley and his co-owner Don Callbeck, Kensington, Athletic Putnam was all alone through the stretch to notch his third victory in a row. Oh To Be Me (Gary Chappell) rallied for second while rail sitter Bowyer Hanover (Walter Cheverie) was third. Corey MacPherson made three trips to the winner's circle on the card. One of the scores came aboard Life Savior owned by Darla MacEachern and trained Duane MacEachern of Kensington. The 11 year-old pacer now has 60 lifetime wins. Racing returns Sunday to Red Shores Summerside with the Governor's Plate eliminations. First race post time is 1pm. For more information go to by Lee Drake, for Red Shores

Summerside, PE - The horses will compete under the lights as the harness racing action shifts to Wednesday night at Red Shores Summerside. Post time is 7pm. The card will be the last event before Governor's Plate Week action kicks into gear Sunday with the Governor's Plate eliminations. Oh To Be Me, with Gary Chappell listed to drive, is the morning line favorite in evening's top class that will go to the gate at 9:51pm. The six-year-old brown gelding comes off the bench with 10 top three finishes from 14 starts which includes two wins. The Backstretch Beat says he could be the one to knock off. "He now has a recent line on him, and with the hot fractions we will see tonight, we see him picking up the pieces." It won' t be easy. Bowyer Hanover, owned by Ivan MacMillan and driven by Walter Cheverie, will have rail control while Athletic Putnam, fresh off a new personal best on Canada Day of 1:56.3, leaves from post two for driver Dale Spence and trainer Paul Biggar. The field also includes Zambuca Gass (pp3), Shady Kowalski (pp5) and the gate charging Minor Wisdom (pp6). Nobodys Gigolo gets the top call in race 6 for the pick 5 players. The pacer gets the services of Jason Hughes for trainer Blaine McKenna but watch out for Only Skys Escape from the Don Sweet stable off the rail. In other action, George, a former stakes star with $30,856 in the bank, has been hitting the ticket on a regular basis for trainer George Riley. The four-year-old son of Western Paradise takes on Offshore Cowboy in a ninth race showdown. Don’t miss the Governor’s Plate eliminations Sunday at Red Shores Summerside. Post time is 1pm. It’s the official kick off to Summerside’s big week of racing at the historic Summerside raceway. There is racing Monday through Friday with post times at 7pm. The 48th running of the Governor’s Plate, presented by Summerside Chrysler Dodge, will go Saturday July 16th. opening race post time is 6pm. For complete listing of the entries, top picks with the backstretch beat and live video go to by Lee A. Drake, for Red Shores  

Charlottetown, PE - Grandstand seats for the 2016 Gold Cup & Saucer harness racing meet at Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park will go on sale Tuesday July 5th at 9 a.m. (AST). The price is $55 per seat (tax included) and also includes a BBQ voucher. Customers can purchase them in person at the Red Shores' race office in Charlottetown or by phone at 902-629-6636. The 57th edition of the Sobeys Gold Cup & Saucer will take place on Saturday August 20th, 2016. By Lee Drake

Summerside, PE - Machinthesand fought off Casimir Luciano (Jason Hughes) to win the harness racing feature Sunday at Red Shores Summerside in 1:57.2. Ken Murphy was in the bike for trainer Hughie Murphy and owners Noonan Holdings Ltd - Russell and Karen Noonan. Motorino (Terry Gallant) was third. Machinthesand picked up his third win from seven starts this season. Corey MacPherson, fresh off his runner-up performance at the Atlantic Regional Driving Championship, posted four winners for the grand-slam. Norris Rogers and Terry Gallant had driving doubles. For complete results go to By Lee Drake

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

Summerside, PE - Red Shores Summerside hosted three harness racing divisions of the Atlantic Aged Pacing Mares series on Sunday. Ramblinglily and Walter Cheverie added their names to the history book when the mare stopped the timer in 1:54.4 in a division of the Atlantic aged pacing series to equal the track record set by Abby Best on August 28th, 2009. The series is sponsored by Standardbred Canada, Red Shores and PEI Harness Racing Industry Association. Trained by co-owner Allan Jones for Norman Leger, Shediac, NB, Ramblinglily tracked down fraction setter All Chocolate (Steven Shepherd) to notch her 39th lifetime victory and third in a row. The other winners in the mares pacing series went to Best Risque for trainer Brian Ladner and driver Jason Hughes along with Dustylane MsVickie for trainer-driver Marc Campbell and Greyland Farms, Pugwash, N.S. Motorino, with Terry Gallant in the bike, captured the afternoon top class in 1:57.1. The pacing black gelding turned back Bazzillion (Brian MacPhee) and Smiley Bayama (Ron Gass). Marc Campbell had a driving triple. Wade Sorrie and Gallant posted driving doubles on the 14 dash program. For complete results go to By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - The Maritime Breeders finals for harness racing three-year fillies and colts is now in the history books. The rich finals were held Saturday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Glory Jean, owned by Blair Hansen, Charlottetown, PE and trained by Tom Weatherbie, won the Ken Starratt memorial for three-year old fillies in line to Mark Bradley in 1:57.2. Bradley put the daughter of Brandons Cowboy on the point and rolled through fractions of 28.1, 58.2, 1:27.4 to claim the $25,420 final. Maudail Mac (Ken MacDonald) was second with Southfield Sassy (Terry Gallant) third. Race favorite Howmacscanasta made a break and finished eighth. Heart and Soul, with Clare MacDonald in the bike, captured the Doug Harkness memorial $21,430 colts final in 1:55.1. The son of Western Paradise, owned by Earith and George Riley, Kensington, held off Jackson K Down (Gilles Barrieau) for the victory with Lukes Cowboy (Kenny Arsenault) closing for third. In other action, trainer Jackie Matheson enjoyed at big night at the office sending four horses to winner's circle including top class performer DGS Camme (Barrieau) in 1:55 flat. The two-time winner of the Governor's plate, owned by Quentin and Hal Bevan, Tom Clark and Ron Matheson, Charlottetown, turned away Forever Paradise (Mike McGuigan) for the score. Narragansett (Jason Hughes) was third. The other Matheson stable winners were Perfect Escape, Mozartsplace and Santiago Style. Gilles Barrieau had a driving triple. The wager was $41,959. For complete results go to Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE – It’s one of the biggest harness racing cards of the season Saturday when Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park hosts the three-year old fillies in the Ken Starratt memorial with the colts racing for the dough in the Doug Harkness memorial. Post time is 6pm. The live coverage of the rich finals will be on the Bell-Aliant Race Day show beginning at 5:35pm. The Starratt memorial, carrying a purse of $25,420, will be called to the starter in race 9. Charlottetown trainer Tom Weatherbie has three horses in the final including elimination winner Glory Jean from post 5 for driver Mark Bradley and owner Blair Hansen. The filly, who flashed a final panel of 28.4 in her last start, will give morning line favorite Howmacscanasta (Gilles Barrieau) everything she can handle. Race analyst Les MacIsaac agrees. “She offers a not worse than second record from five starts this year and was never better than she was in her latest.” The other Weatherbie starters, Pownal Bay Style and Howmac Annie, drew outside posts. The luck of the draw went to Southview Sassy for trainer-driver Terry Gallant. This filly has triactor potential. The final also includes Howmac Fiesty (Danny Romo), Maudail Mac (Ken McDonald) and West River Ambyr (Clare MacDonald). The MBA final for three-year-old colts will compete in the $21,430 Doug Harkness memorial in race 11 scheduled for a 8:51pm post time. The powerful Downey stable of NB will send out Jackson K Down (Gilles Barrieau) and KD Overdrive (Danny Romo). The elimination winners drew post 6 and 7 respectively. Steve Mason conditions the pacers. Jackson K Down is the morning line favorite after winning both his stakes assignments this season. Race secretary Gerard Smith has also listed elimination winner Heart and Soul (Clare MacDonald) and JJ Jodster (Marc Campbell) as top three candidates. The power-packed field also includes Wishiwasagigolo (Mark Bradley), Lukes Cowboy (Kenny Arsenault), Offshore Cowboy (Dale Spence) and Howmacsblackjack (Earl Smith). The preferred pacers will assemble in race 12 with top billing going to DGS Camme (Barrieau). Trained by Jackie Matheson, the invitational star just missed his target last week in his season debut after enduring some traffic problems. The son of Blissful Hall, owned by Quentin and Hal Bevan, Tom Clark and Ron Matheson, fired a 27.4 closer but Forever Paradise (Mike McGuigan) held on to the victory. Narragansett, First Art Down, All Turrain, Clic K and Warrawee Phoenix are also on the roster. For entries, top picks and live broadcast go to Atlantic Aged Pacing Mares Series Highlights Summerside Summerside, PE – The first leg of the Atlantic Aged Mares pacing series gets underway Sunday at Red Shores Summerside. Post time for the 14 dash program is 1pm. The series is presented by Standardbred Canada, Red Shores and the PEI Harness Racing Industry Association. The first division comes up in race 6 with Miss Oromocto getting the top call from the new backstretch beat reporter. “ Four for six on the season and the money is line today, we’ll expect her “A” game.” Mark Haig will drive for trainer Melvin Land. Best Risgue gets the services of Jason Hughes from post 3 with the mare gunning for her eighth victory of the season while Sendmeasign (Kenny Arsenault), Ideal Space (Ken Murphy) and strong performer Swingirl (Corey MacPherson) are also competing. The second contest is slated for race 8 with Ramblinglily going for her third win in a row when driver Walter Cheverie guides the Allan Jones trainee from post 4. The six-year-old mare paced her fastest mile of the season of 1:56 flat last week over Charlottetown and was saddled with an outside post. It will be tough to beat her but Shadows Mystery, a winner of her last two, and All Chocolate, who was charted in 1:56.3 in her last assignment, are also listed as the classifier’s choice. Brodys Leona, listed at 5-2 odds in the last division of the afternoon, could take away some top points for Corey MacPherson and owners Kerry and Emily Taylor and Lisa Richards before the second leg of the series moves to Truro Raceway July 23rd. The mare has a win, a second and two thirds from seven races this season. Dustylane MsVickie and Alittleeastermagic have drawn inside of the favorite. The top class goes in race 13 with Carnivore leaving off the pylons for trainer Marvyn Webster and catch-driver Dale Spence. Casimir Luciano (Marc Campbell)  goes for his fifth victory in a row and 10th of the campaign for trainer-owner Ralph Sweet, O’Leary, PE. The $100,000 Dash for Cash returns to the Prince County oval. The promotion allows customers, who spend $10 or more in a single purchase, to receive a ballot. One player will be selected after race 9 to pick the official order of finish in race 14 for the big cash prize. For details on the Dash for Cash, race programs or live video go to 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  

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