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Summerside, PE - Motorino and harness racing driver Terry Gallant get the top call in the Canada Day pace Wednesday at Red Shores Summerside. Post time is 1pm. The four-year-old black gelding, co-owned by Gallant and Eric Johnston, Summerside, PE, gets to side-step heavy weights Big Surf and D GS Camme and with his 1:55 clocking on his past chart line he goes into the race at 5-2 odds on the morning line. The six horse field has American Captain off the rail for catch-driver Kenny Arsenault with Oh To Be Me (Gary Chappell) and Sunday's top class winner Machinthesand (Norris Rogers) back in to compete on the traditional holiday classic. Foxyhall racing stable sends out Narragansett (Jason Hughes) with Outside The Wire (Marc Campbell) completing the roster. Race analyst Jared Stretch says Motorino will be tough to deny in this event. "He's been holding his own against some of the best horses in the Maritimes. If he brings that kind of talent to this race he's been a handful." Stretch's top three also include Narraganset and Outside The Wire. In other action, the veteran campaigner Life Savior is going for his third victory in a row and lifetime win number 55 for driver Corey MacPherson, owner Darla MacEachern and trainer Duane MacEachern. Tobins Lady is listed as the one to beat in the Woodmere Rose Memorial in race 5. The filly, who has five top three finishes from six starts, will leave from post three for trainer-driver Jason Hughes. Customers are enjoying many on-track and off track wagering promotions in 2015 including a new Pik 3, Pik 4 and Super High 5. The mix also includes Wild Horses jackpot tags starting on race 2, a pick 5 ballot with a $500 prize, Play 4 and Super Pack tied to on track prize giveaways. The countdown is on for Governor's Plate Week 2015. The action gets underway on Sunday July 12th and wraps up on Saturday July 18th with the 47th running of the Governor's Plate presented by Summerside Chrysler Dodge. For race programs, top picks and live broadcast go to www.redshores.ca By Lee Drake

Summerside, PE - Machinthesand (Mach Three) hooked up with pace setter Carrera Angel (Rocky Schurman) down the backstretch and went on to claim the Sunday afternoon harness racing feature at Red Shores Summerside in 1:56.2. Norris Rogers, who enjoyed a driving triple on the program, mapped out the winning trip for owners Russell and & Karen Noonan and Noonan Holdings Ltd. Hughie Murphy is the trainer. Oh To Be Me (Gary Chappell) closed hard to grab second while Carrera Angel held on for third. Rogers also scored with Lucky Encounter for trainer Dale Sobey and his owner Jeff Ferrish, Summerside, PE while Lloyd Hannah trainee Gigolos Pride started the inning roll in race 4. Corey MacPherson and Jason Hughes had driving doubles on the card. MacPherson's two winners capped off a six win performance between Summerside and Charlottetown tracks this weekend. Don't miss the traditional Canada Day race card at the historic Prince County Oval. Post time is Wednesday 1pm at Red Shores Summerside. By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - D GS Camme, last year's Governor's Plate and Premier's Pace champion, won the Saturday night feature harness racing event in 1:54 flat at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Gilles Barrieau was in the driver's seat for trainer Jackie Matheson and the ownership group of Quentin and Hal Bevan, Tom Clark and Ron Matheson, Charlottetown, PE. Barrieau sent the favorite to the point from post five and laid down stiff fractions of 27, 56.1, 1:25.3 before cruising home in 28.2 seconds to notch his first victory of 2015 in only his second start of the campaign. All Turain, who was on the move early in the mile, was second for Corey MacPherson while Cabo Pan Lucas (Vince Poulton) was third. MacPherson had a big night at the track with four winners on the card. The young pilot is off to an impressive start this year as he teams up with D&D Lawncare & Landscaping to raise money for PEI Human Society in the annual Drive for Charity promotion. MacPherson's victories came aboard Mob Rule for trainer Danny MacDonald, Pleasure Girls in the open trot for owner Shelley Gass, Cornwall followed by Torpedo Seelster to give Ron Gass a training double. The grand-slam came with Roscoes Child owned by the Selkirk Stable of Belfast, PE. Raymond White is the trainer. In other action, Osprey Impact won her trot assignment for driver Paul Larrabee while Ramblinglily recovered after an early mis-cue to record back to back winning performances for Walter Cheverie. The time of the mile was 1:56.2. Marc Campbell had a driving double on the 13 dash program. The wager was $47,433. Gold Cup Grandstand Seat Information Grandstand seats for the 2015 Gold Cup & Sauce at Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park will go on sale Monday, July 6 at 9 a.m. (AST). The price is $55 per seat (tax included). Customers can purchase them in person at the Red Shores’ race office or by phone at 902-629-6636. The 56th edition of the Sobeys Gold Cup & Saucer will take place on Saturday August 22, 2015. By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Forever Paradise was able to track down fraction setter Beckenbauer to win the Thursday night feature harness racing event at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The time of the mile was 1:56.2. Tempo Seelster (Vince Poulton) was second with Cheyenne Ford (Kenny Arsenault) third. The 7-2-1 triactor, selected by race broadcaster Bo Ford in the pre-race show, paid $32.20. Song Dream and Campbell won the trot class for trainer Vaughn Doyle and owner Mark Ramsey, Kingston, NS while C L La Rousse notched his third victory in a row for conditioner Reg Ferguson and his co-owner Paula MacPhee, Charlottetown. Jason Hughes was in the bike for the victory. Hughes and Campbell had driving doubles on the program. For complete results go to www.redshores.ca By Lee Drake

Summerside, PE - Red Shores Summerside staged two divisions of the Atlantic Aged Mares pacing series on Sunday. The harness racing event is presented by Standardbred Canada and Red Shores. The first split marked the return of Ramblinglily and she didn't disappoint. The mare, trained by Allan Jones for his co-owner Norman Leger, Shediac, NB, burst off the gate to wire the field for Walter Cheverie in a new race record time of 1:55.4 for the five-year-old pacer. Dirt Track Momma was second with newcomer Lucksgottachange third. It was Cheverie's third winner on the day as he teams up with Long Run Exploration to raise money for Joyriders in the Drive for Charity promotion. The second division was won by Brodys Leona and Corey MacPherson after they were able to shake loose to find racing room to score in 1:58.2 over a rain soaked oval. The mare is owned by Kerry and Emily Taylor and Lisa Richards. Willow Warrior closed hard to grab second while Roca Rei was third. MacPherson kept rolling off the wins taking the afternoon feature with J RS Hurricane in 1:58 and the finale with veteran pacer Life Savior to record his 53rd lifetime triumph. On other action, Lisfinny, owned by Mary Jane and Jay Noye, Pleasant Valley, notched her 35th lifetime victory in race 4. Norris Rogers was in the bike for the milestone. For complete results go to www.redshores.ca By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Big Surf won the Cecil Ladner Memorial final is a dazzling 1:53 flat Saturday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Marc Campbell did the driving for Burkie By the Bay stable and Perry Burke, QC as the son of Somebeachsomewhere scorched the city oval for trainer Trevor Hicken turning back D GS Camme (Gilles Barrieau) while Hicken stable-mate All Turain completed the triactor. Si Semalu was fourth with Motorino fifth. Campbell enjoyed another exciting victory taking the $19,180 Maritime Breeders Final for three-year pacing colts in the Doug Harkness memorial with Proven Desire in 1:56. The colt, owned by Blair Hansen, Meghan MacDonald and John Thomas, notched his third win of 2015. The winning breeder was Silverhill, Tignish. Dixieland Band was second with JJ Romeo third. Jann Down and Barrieau were able to maneuver around Woodmere Dancenart, who made a break after the field went by the quarter, to go on to claim the rich $24,360 Maritime Breeders final for three-year-old fillies named in honor of Ken Starratt. The filly, who is owned and bred by Downey Stables, NB and trained by Steve Mason, took a new mark of 1:58.1. Elm Grove Joanette was the runner-up while Miss Oromocto closed for the show ticket. In other action, Pleasure Girls, with Corey MacPherson driving, won the open trot in 2:00.1 for owner Shelley Gass, Cornwall. The winning connections were presented with the Breedingtrotters.com cooler for the victory. Campbell had a grand-slam with four winners while Barrieau recorded a driving hat-trick on the 13 dash program. For complete results go to www.redshores.ca By Lee Drake

Summerside, PE - Red Shores Summerside will host two divisions of the Atlantic Aged Pacing Mares Sunday. Post time is 1pm. The harness racing event is presented by Standardbred Canada and Red Shores with stops at Maritime locations with the mares with the most points coming back to Summerside to compete in the final on October 4. Newcomer Romance in Camelot, a winner in her Island debut for Terry Gallant, lands on the pylons in the first $3,465 division on race 8 scheduled for post at 3pm AST. The seven-year-old mare meets Dirt Track Momma (Marc Campbell) and Ramblinglily (Walter Cheverie) in the contest which also includes General Luckypercy, Stayoutofmyaffair and newbies Best Risque and Lucksgottachange. Rose Valley trained by veteran horseman Mike Campbell, leads the way into the next division of the mares in race 11. Campbell has listed the services of Kenny Arsenault and takes on Jackie Matheson trainee For All We Know for owner Bruce Wood, Marshfield and driver Gary Chappell. Summerside race analyst Jared Stretch is going to another contender in field with Willow Warrior for trainer Brendon Curran and his driver Mark Bradley. " She'll have her work cut out for her but this mare can turn up the heat quickly," said Stretch. "She's done everything but win this season and she's always game to battle." It's a deep stacked field with Brodys Leona, Bettim Jenny, Bunny Mach, Howmac Missy and Roca Rei. The preferred pace comes in race 12 at 4:08pm AST with J RS Hurricane labeled as the one to catch from the Jean Charles Belliveau stable with Corey MacPherson in the bike. Heavy hitter Outside The Wire, trained by Craig Avery, will be a factor along with American Captain, Darth Bader, Smiley Bayama and Machinthesand. Customers will 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 and Set for Summer promo where customers have a chance to qualify to win weekly prizes with the grand prize of $1,000 a week for 10 weeks being drawn on Sunday night. For a complete listing of entries, free race programs and live broadcast go to www.redshores.ca Lee A. Drake  

Charlottetown, PE - Waterside Light, owned by Hilliard Graves, Charlottetown and Larry Chappell, Marshfield, won the Thursday night harness racing feature at Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Driver Kenny Arsenault converted a perfect pocket ride to victory after tracking Cabo Pan Lucas (Danny MacDonald), who finished second, through fractions of 28, 58 and 1:27.4 to stop the timer in 1:57. Tempo Seelster (Vince Poulton) was third. It was Arsenault's second winner of the program. JK Queen, with Walter Cheverie in the bike, and Villager, under the direction of Mark Cullen, won their respective trot divisions. Jason Hughes enjoyed a great night at the office. The Stratford native recorded a driving triple while Mark Bradley and Gary Chappell also notched driving doubles. For complete results go to www.redshores.ca By Lee Drake

There was a Brew Ha Ha Sunday at the harness racing meeting at Red Shores Summerside between Si Semalu and Big Surf in the afternoon feature event.   Si Semalu, a newcomer to Prince Edward Island from the Ontario racing circuit purchased by Foxyhall racing stable of Summerside, was making his first lifetime start on red soil and he meant business.   Driver Jason Hughes hustled the son of Modern Art from the gate and hooked up with Big Surf (Marc Campbell) on route to the opening quarter in a swift 27.4. The two horses battled neck and neck toe to toe through a half reached in 55.3 before Big Surf threw in the towel when they reached the three-quarter pole in 1:25.3. The trip set up perfectly for All Turain and Corey MacPherson who charged three-high at the third panel to cruise by his tiring stable-mate and march to a two length victory in 1:56.4. Si Semalu, who battled a strong wind throughout the mile, held on for a much deserved second while Outside The Wire (Kenny Arsenault) rallied for third. All Turain is owned by Lee Hicken of Charlottetown, PE. The score gave MacPherson a driving triple on the day. Hog Aufray, Ultimate Faith, Carrera Angel and Casimir Luciano gave Campbell four winners on the card. Walter Cheverie and Brian MacPhee had driving doubles. For complete results go to www.redshores.ca Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - The horses have been determined for the Maritime Breeders finals after the harness racing eliminations were staged Saturday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Bngs Express (Ameripan Gigolo), with Danny Romo in the bike, won his assignment in 1:56.3 turning back Pictonian Edge for the victory. Putnams Legacy was third with Proven Desire moving to the final next week. Dixeland Band (Ameripan Gigolo), trained by Kevin MacLean and driven by Gilles Barrieau won the second colt division to earn a berth in the final stopping the timer in a dazzling 1:56.2. Ultimatelyhandsome was the runner up with JJ Romeo third and Arnold Dick moving on to the big showdown Saturday. Miss Oromocto (Driven To Win) was victorious in the fillies division tripping the timer in 2:00 flat for driver Mark Haig. Woodmere Dancenart was second with Invader M and Swift Taylor moving on. Jann Down (Articulator) gave Gilles Barrieau a driving double when she claimed the second filly elimination in 1:59.2. Elm Grove Joanette and Wrynfrith completed the triactor ticket. Pictonian Stardust finished fourth but was placed seventh for interference so Pictonian Swifty gets to go for the big money on the ruling. MacLean picked up a training double when Forever Paradise (Western Paradise) won the top class for Marc Campbell in 1:57.1. The Reg MacPherson owned pacer beat Cabo Pan Lucas (Danny MacDonald) by a head for his third win of 2015. Tempo Seelster (Todd Walsh) was third. Team Matheson with driver Ron and trainer Jackie made two trips to the winner's circle with Starcastic (Allamerican Native , owned by Bobbi Jo Gaudet, Charlottetown and Billy MacKenzie, Stratford while Gaudet's Artners in Crime (Artiscape) paved the way for another trackside photo in the finale. The wager was $48.766.62 By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE – Some of the best harness racing fillies and colts in the region will be competing in the Maritime Breeders Eliminations Saturday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Post time is 6pm. Red Shores Summerside will see some of the best on the free-for-all circuit Sunday at 1pm. There are several anticipated showdowns with horses putting their hot streaks on the line as others rally for a spot in next week’s final. The first storyline emerges in race 3 when Proven Desire takes the racetrack as the morning line favorite for driver Marc Campbell. The son of Proven Lover, owned by Blair Hansen, Megan MacDonald and John Thomas, N.S., is two for two this season which includes a new lifetime record of 1:58 taken at Summerside. BNGS Express (Danny Romo) and Putnams Legacy (Bernard McCallum) are also listed as triactor candidates. The Bigbamtheory takes her winning ways to Charlottetown. The filly will strut her stuff in race 6 for Ernie Laffin and the ownership group of Kelly & Cameron MacEachern, Truro, N.S. It won’t be a cake walk with Miss Oromocto drawing into this event along with Invader M, Woodmere Articblue and Breeders Crown champion Woodmere Dancenart with the region’s top female driver Clare MacDonald making her 2015 debut at the capital oval. One the biggest tests of the night comes in race 8 when Dixieland Band (Campbell) goes up against Ultimately Handsome (Kenny Arsenault), who’s won four of his last five and Arnold Dick (Terry Gallant) who has been attracting a strong fan base with his impressive miles. Terry Gallant will do the driving for owners Vance Cameron, Terry and Michael Gallant of Summerside. Three-year-old filly sensation Jann Down goes under the lights in race 10. Gilles Barrieau will handle the daughter of Articulator for the Downey Stables of N.B. who recently hit the $50,000 mark in lifetime earnings after her third place finish in the Atlantic Sires Stakes at Truro and victory in the Ruby Chappell Memorial in Summerside. It could be a big night for trainer Kevin MacLean as he sends out Forever Paradise in the evening’s top class for Campbell and owner Reg MacPherson. The star studded field includes Waterside Light (Kenny Arsenault) Oh To Be Me (Gary Chappell), Cabo Pan Lucas (Danny MacDonald), Narragansett (Jason Hughes), JRs Hurricane (Ken Murphy), Tempo Seelster (Todd Walsh) For the complete list of entries, top picks and live broadcast go to www.redshores.ca Summerside, PE – Si Semalu is moving to the East coast. The five-year-old son of Modern Art was purchased by the Foxyhall Racing Stable of Summerside, PE and makes his first start over the historic Prince County oval on Sunday at Red Shores Summerside. Jason Hughes will condition the pacer who sports $152,515 earned, miles paced in 1:51.3, 1:52 range over Mohawk and London plus he has a charted closing quarter of 27.3 on his lines. The Foxyhall stable had a great year in 2014 with 24 victories and this addition will add to an already powerful line-up of stable stars. Si Semalu will leave from post 2 in race 12 with post time scheduled at 4:08pm AST and takes on one of the hottest horses around right now with Big Surf gunning for his third win in a row for trainer Trevor Hicken and driver Marc Campbell. The match-up also includes Hicken’s other trainee, All Turain, who gets the services of Corey MacPherson this week. Motorino lands on the pylons for Terry Gallant with American Terror and Outside The Wire completing the roster. The action will be fast paced all afternoon with Bowyer Hanover listed as the 5-2 choice in race 9 for Walter Cheverie and owner Ivan MacMillan. The veteran pacer was fourth in 1:56.4 in his last start so the move three spaces to the left on the starting grid whould help this week. Race analyst Jared Stretch has Bowyer Hanover as his top selection. “He’s very comfortable with the high tempo that’s likely to occur in this one,” said Stretch. “He’s likely to head straight to the front and not look back.” Customers are enjoying new betting 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 and Set for Summer promo where customers have a chance to qualify to win weekly prizes with the grand prize of $1,000 a week for 10 weeks being drawn on the first day of summer June 21, 2015. For race programs, Jared’s Picks or live broadcast go to www.redshores.ca or twitter at leedrake01 or red_shores  Lee A. Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Romance in Camelot made her first start in Charlottetown a winning one taking the mares open in 1:58.1 Thursday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Terry Gallant engineered the drive for trainer Earl Watts and owner Claude Poirier of Quebec. Rose Valley was second with Willow Warrior completing the triactor. Balanchine, under the command of Ron Matheson, recorded the fastest mile of the night stopping the timer is 1:57.3. The veteran pacer earned his 59th lifetime win for trainer Jackie Matheson and the ownership team of Mike Pollard and Joey Gallant. Pleasure Girls and Corey MacPherson won the open trot in 2:00.4 for owner Shelley Gass, Cornwall while Howmacs Pride with Kenny Arsenault driving won their trot assignment for owners Wade Peconi and Howmac Farms Ltd. That ownership group were back in the winner's circle with Howmac Missy after Marc Campbell drove the mare to a 1:58.4 victory. Campbell, Matheson and MacPherson had driving doubles while trainer Jackie Matheson had two training scores. For complete results and payouts go to www.redshores.ca By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - The annual Relay for Life, in support of the Canadian Cancer Society, PEI Division, will be held on the grounds of Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park starting Friday June 12 at 8 am. The racing surface will be closed. The closure will be in effect from Friday June 12 at 8am until Saturday June 13 at 8 am. Red Shores is a proud supporter of the event and the horsemen and horsewomen, stabled on the grounds, take a break from their busy training schedule for these hours to support the annual fundraiser as participants set-up in the centerfield and walk the legendary oval. Lee A. Drake Manager Marketing Red Shores Racetrack and Casino

Charlottetown, PE - The game plan was go to the front. Harness racing driver Kenny Arsenault put Waterside Light in the three-high path around the first turn, marched to the lead on the route to the opening quarter and never looked back as they claimed the Saturday night feature at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The time of the mile was 1:59.3 over a track rated as "good" with a two second variant. The four-year-old pacer, owned by Larry Chappell, Marshfield, PE and former NHL player Hilliard Graves, Charlottetown, PE, held off Oh To Be Me (Gary Chappell) and First Art Down (Ken Murphy) in a wild scramble to the finish line. The son of Lis Mara notched his first win of the 2015 campaign after coming off the Ontario circuit. It was Arsenault's second winner on the program. Mark Bradley had a big night at the office with a driving triple. Bradley, who is teaming up with KKP in the Drive for Charity to raise money for Easter Seals, began his campaign aboard Soul Sacrifice for the Ultimate Stable, NB and then pulled off an upset with Whim Roader for owner Brooks Clarey and trainer John Clarey of Montague. The Charlottetown pilot also hit the line first with A Fiesty X Ample for the Racing 4 Island Charities stable. Representatives with Festival of Small Halls were trackside to greet Bradley on the win. Jason Hughes also recorded a driving double on the 12 dash event. The wager for the $42,153. By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Dirt Track Momma (E Dee's Cam) used her powerful finishing kick to capture the mares open feature harness racing event Thursday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The time of the mile was 1:58.2. Marc Campbell was in the bike for the exciting stretch drive victory which produced a dead-heat for second between Willow Warrior (Mark Bradley) and Brodys Leona (Corey MacPherson). Jonah Moase, Cornwall is the winning owner. Long-shot Machinthesand (Mach Three) surprised his competition after making a three-high move on route to the three-quarter pole and march to an impressive score of 1:56.1 in the back-up class for driver Corey MacPherson, trainer Mark Bradley and the ownership group of Noonan Holdings Ltd- Russell and Karen Noonan. Cabo Pan Lucas (Danny MacDonald) and IDK (Vince Poulton), both trained by Gary Poulton, completed the triactor ticket. MacPherson, who had a driving double, equaled that clocking as the fastest mile of the night aboard JRs Hurricane for the Jean Charles Belliveau stable of Scoudouc, NB. In other action, Money Show (Cash Hall) , under the command of Brian Andrew, and Caliban Hanover (Andover Hall) , with Ron Gass in the bike, won their respective trot assignments while Brief Bliss and Stephen Quinn won the Canadian Housing Federation Pace. Perfect Escape (McArdle), owned by Jack Keenan, Stratford and Joseph Dahl, Burlington, Ontario, were victorious in the Blaine MacPherson 60th Birthday Pace for trainer Jackie Matheson and driver Ron Matheson. MacPherson, along with family and friends, were trackside for the cooler presentation. For complete results go to www.redshores.ca By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park and Red Shores Summerside are gearing up for a busy season with exciting race series, harness racing signature events and the fourth annual Drive for Charity, presented by Red Shores. The Drive for Charity event features 12 of Prince Edward Island's top harness drivers, based on 2014 statistics from Charlottetown and Summerside racetracks. The drivers will partner with Island businesses to raise money for local charities. Each win will earn $25 towards the sponsor's charity of choice. The Drive for Charity raised $14,150 for Island charities in 2014. The promotion begins on June 4, 2015 and wraps up on October 31, 2015. The official draw was held Tuesday during a reception in the Top of the Park. A list of the participating businesses, drivers and their charities appears below. • Clarke Nissan – Gary Chappell – Oak Acres Children’s Camp • D&D Lawncare and Landscaping – Corey MacPherson – PEI Humane Society • Daniel R. Ross Ltd. – Kenny Arsenault – Camp Gencheff • Long Run Exploration – Walter Cheverie – Joyriders  • Ocean 100 – Brian MacPhee - Olivia Ruth MacLeod Memorial for Music Performance • Metro Building Supplies – Marc Campbell – Big Brothers/Big Sisters • Red Shores – Ron Matheson – QEH Foundation • MacRae Backhoe and Trucking – Mike Stevenson – Muscular Dystrophy  • KKP – Mark Bradley – Easter Seals • Rodd Hotels & Resorts – Ken Murphy – Hospice PEI • Syntrak Print & Graphic Design – Jason Hughes – Hospice PEI • MacQuarrie Meats – Gilles Barrieau – Upper Room Food Bank   Lee Drake

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