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Horse Racing New Brunswick played host to the final harness racing card for 2016 on Saturday afternoon at Exhibition Park Raceway.   Todd Trites was crowned the tracks driving champion on Saturday. He is a former Maritime dash winning driver and one of the most popular catch drivers on the circuit.   Meanwhile, Saturdays fastest mile was turned in by the best pacer in New Brunswick this season. Dr. Mitchell Downey guided Fall Bliss to victory in the days top class in 1:59.1.   A son of Blissful Hall, Fall Bliss scored his 11th win of 2016 racing campaign. Three-year-old K D Overdrive was runner up in the days main event.   That wraps up the 2016 racing season that saw a total of fifteen race dates. Horse Racing New Brunswick would like to thank all horsemen for their support along with everyone who played a part in the success of this past season.    

There were smiles and tears of joy for the connections of the harness racing three-year-old pacing filly Sassyandiknowit as the aptly named filly broke her maiden on Saturday afternoon at Exhibition Park Raceway.   With Todd Trites at the helm, the spunky daughter of Force Of Life, owned by Debbie Mahar of Saint John led from start to finish en route to a 2:04.2 victory. Like many small stable operations, the filly is a family affair as Deb's husband Wayne trains the filly.   She has some experienced some issues so far in her career as we see with so many horsemen, her connections brought her a long and invested both the time and passion to accomplish the feat this afternoon.   In other action, Fall Bliss continued to roll for owner Mike Downey and trainer/ driver Dr. Mitchell Downey. After winning the Walter Dale Memorial last week the pacer was the easiest of winners in 2:00.2. He is now six of nine in the 2016 campaign.   Racing will resume on Saturday, July 16th at Exhibition Park Raceway.   Scott Waddell

Harness racing in the province of New Brunswick will officially kick off on Saturday, June 18th at 12:30 P.M at Saint John's Exhibition Park Raceway.   Five races will kick-off the 2016 racing season at the port city half-mile oval that will include a $ 1350 featured race as the fifth of the afternoon.   Veteran pacer Magical Alex has drawn the coveted rail position for catch-driver Todd Trites and owner Bob MacNeil of Saint John.   Known for his quick gate speed, Magical Alex will look to put away four other rivals in the finale on Saturday. Last year's Rookie of the at Fredericton Raceway, driver Dr. Mitch Downey will pilot Stare Down for post-two.   Skippy, a son of the great sire Camluck will leave post-three for driver Mark Haig and his connections. Rounding out the top-class is Only The Lonely with Rick Armstrong and Haunto with trainer/ driver Ed Harvey the king of last year's race meet at Fredericton Raceway.   Post time Saturday is slated for 12:30 P.M and many horsemen, including Steve Mason will be headed to Prince Edward Island after the racing with stake stars Jackson K Down and K D Overdrive competing in the Maritime Breeders final at Red Shores.   Also on the grounds of Exhibition Park on Saturday will be the popular Rib Fest with some of the best B.B.Q specialists in all of North America taking part. There will also be live music and other activities available throughout the day.   Scott Waddell    

Canada's oldest racetrack- Fredericton Raceway- will wrap-up it's final live card of the 2015 racing season with a matinee program that kicks off at 1:00 P.M on Saturday afternoon.   Going into the final card of the meet, Todd Trites and Ed Harvey are deadlocked for the top driving honours with twelve wins each. Trites will have the advantage on Saturday as he suits up for five drives to Harvey's three.   Also, Mark Haig remains just one win shy of his 500th career victory and will have five chances to get one victory and reach the career milestone.   Included in the six-dash program will be the $ 1000 featured event of the day with Darth Bader looking for his second consecutive victory.   Ed Harvey, the track's leading conditioner with fourteen wins on the season, will drive the pacer from post-two. Newcomer C L Royal Star will leave post-one for the father/ son duo of Rick and Luke Armstrong.   Magical Alex ( Todd Trites ) and Skippy ( Mark Haig ) round out the four starters that will do battle in the top-class which is scheduled as race five. Live racing is scheduled to commence in Saint John at Exhibition Park on October 3rd.     Scott Waddell

Harness racing driver Gilles Barrieau was dominant in the two-year-old Williamson Stakes as he captured three of the four divisions contested at Fredericton Raceway on Monday afternoon.   Barrieau guided K D Overdrive in the opener and equalled the track record for the fastest mile ever paced by a freshman pacer. It turned out to be the fastest mile ever for geldings at the half-mile oval.   Owned by the Downey Stables of Quispamsis, N.B the son of Camyistic thrilled on lookers with a 1:56.2 victory. That equalled Clinton Debriefed and his long standing record that has stood since 2002.   Jackson K Down is now six for seven lifetime after a 1:58.1 triumph for the Downey Stables in the second colt division. Gilles other win came with a horse from his own as stable as Howmacscanasta captured a filly division for her Saint John connections.   There was a track record set by Todd Trites and Dixieland Lullaby as she set a new track standard for pacing fillies of 1:58 for Nova Scotia's Johnny Heffernan.   Both Trites and Barrieau were the driving stars of the afternoon as they each scored four-wins on the program, capturing eight of the ten races. Racing continues on Saturday as Fredericton Raceway plays host to the Bill Quigg stake, the Jennie and Joe Chippin Memorial and the Albert Goodine Memorial. Post time at 1:00 P.M.   Scott Waddell        

After Saturday afternoon's race program at Exhibition Park Raceway, the lead for the top driver in wins has fallen to three.   Going into the seven-dash card, Mark Haig held a four-win advantage over second place driver Todd Trites. That margin is now down to three with one race card to go.   On Saturday, Todd Trites scored two winners as he captured the first and last race on the program. Twin B Macho, owned by John Breau of Moncton took the days first event for Trites in 2:05.3.   He then finished off the day with Contact Jones in the finale as he scored a come from behind victory for owner Tina Dunphy in 2:03.   Haig scored one winner on Saturday as he guided the veteran pacer Dance Hanover to victory in 2:00.4 for trainer and owner Sifroi Melanson. With one card remaining, Mark Haig has eighteen wins on the year with Trites next at fifteen.   If Haig can hold on to his lead, he will capture his first-ever driving crown at his home track of E.P.R. Last card of the year goes on Saturday, October 25th at 2:00 P.M.   by Scott Waddell, for HRNB

Joseph Michael dominated Monday afternoon's top-class at Exhibition Park Raceway with an easy 1:59.2 triumph and snapped J Rs Hurricane's win streak at three.   Leaving from post-four, Trites sent the seven-year-old Jennas Beach Boy to the lead making every post a winning one. American Captain was second with J Rs Hurricane third.   Monday's win put the pacers lifetime win total over $ 130,000 for owners Andrea D Dolan, Lower Cambridge and Valerie G Phelan, Geary,N.B and trainer Eric Wilson.   Magical Alex took the back-up class on Monday, giving Todd Trites a pair of winners on the holiday program.   Next card is scheduled for Saturday, October 18th at 2:00 P.M.   by Scott Waddell, for HRNB

Charlottetown, PE - The fall series is here with the Joe O'Brien Memorial Stakes and the Lady Slipper Stakes on center stage at Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park Saturday at 6pm and Red Shores Summerside Sunday at 1pm. The action will be carried live at www.redshores.ca The Saturday card features the two-year colt and filly pacers with one of the emerging headlines coming in the Lady Slipper gold division in race 6 when Dusty Lane Bria, owned by Kenny Wilkie, Stratford and Larry Chappell, Marshfield, takes on Three Pink Bows (Danny Romo) and Woodmere Dancenart (Clare MacDonald). The filly, who has been established as the morning line favorite in $11,700 showdown, just missed her fourth win in a row at Northside Downs. Kenny Arsenault will handle the daughter of Ameripan Gigolo-Briannas Attitude from post 2. Miss Oromocto, Ubettown and The Good Wife complete the field. Jann Down, owned by the Downey Stables, NB, is favored to win the second Lady Slipper gold in race 8 for Gilles Barrieau. Swift Taylor (Mike Stevenson) and Party Rockin (Romo) are also triactor candidates. Bossy Brilla, owned by Wade Peconi, Stanchel, and Lyndale Jenn trained by veteran Terry Affleck, will attempt top honors in their respective grassroots divisions. The two year-old colts compete in two gold divisions for $10,800 each in the Joe O'Brien memorial. Dixieland Band takes a three race winning streak into race 12 for driver Marc Campbell, trainer Kevin MacLean and owners Reg MacPherson, David and Aaron MacKenzie. The colt took a new lifetime mark of 1:58.1 with the margin of victory charted in a comfortable four lengths in his last start. The other gold O'Brien split has Camco Titan as the bettor's choice for trainer Earl Watts and owners Windemere Farms- Harris Johnston, John Howatt and Roger Burns. This colt has won half of his starts this season and banked $22,549 in earnings. Mayhem Man, who is coming off a convincing victory at Summerside last week for the Jay Noye stable, and R Es Reese (Mike Stevenson) are the morning line favorites in their respective O'Brien grassroots divisions. For the entries in this stakes filled card go to www.redshores.ca Lady Slipper Stake at Summerside Summerside, PE - Elm Grove Inarush has a big cheering section and they will be out in full force Sunday when the three-year-old filly attempts gold in the Lady Slipper stake at Red Shores Summerside. Post time is 1pm. The daughter of Coasttocoast Yankee has 10 victories from 15 starts for trainer Eddy Doucette and driver Mark Bradley. The filly rallied from outside post 7 at Truro to win in 1:57.1 over Saulsbrook Alana. They will meet again Sunday along with Lovingeveryminute. This is one of the most anticipated showdowns in stakes action this season. The starter will call to the field in $12,300 contest in race 8. Doucette will be a member of a special guest panel during the Atlantic Breeders Crown banquet on Saturday, October 11 at the Howard Johnston Dutch Inn. The glamour boys hit the track in two Joe O'Brien gold splits in races 6 and 10. Woodmere Rondevous has been basically unstoppable as he rides a four race win streak into his division for driver Mike Stevenson and trainer Anthony Stymest. Arties Magic (Todd Trites) will try to knock the favorite from post 2. The colt, co-owned by Windemere Farms and Clive Balderston, has been putting up some solid numbers with seven scores from 12 starts this season. The other $11,000 split has Dumas Walker (Myles Heffernan) up against Settlement Request, J PS Warrior, Just a Professor, JJ Laser and Hurrah. In other action, Stayoutofmyaffair is listed as the one to catch in the $16,520 Atlantic Aged Pacing Mares final. Jason Hughes will do the driving for his brother Robi from post 2. The mare takes on two Jackie Matheson trainees General Luckypercy (Gilles Barrieau) and For All We Know (Gary Chappell) in the rich final. Hughes, who had a career day with five winners last week at Summerside, also sends out Bunny Mach (Kenny Arsenault) from post 8. Here is the field in post- position order. Veronicavermillion (pp1), Stayoutofmyaffair(pp2), Mircleonthehudson (pp3), Ramblinglily (pp4), General Luckpercy (pp5), Brodys Leona (pp6), For All We Know (pp7), Bunny Mach (pp8), Prynne Hanover (pp9). The card will also feature the Garth Schurman memorial in race 3 with Strident Hanover trained by Kuri White for owner Emily MacPhee listed as the one to beat. For complete listing of entries, Jared's picks or live video go to www.redshores.ca by Lee Drake, for Red Shores

With the 2014 season in the books at Fredericton Raceway, Todd Trites walked away with another dash winning crown at the capital city oval.   Trites had an outstanding season with 13-wins on the circuit. That was three better than second place driver Mark Haig. He finished the campaign with 10-wins on the year.   Rounding out the top-three was veteran driver Mike Downey who won seven times on the 2014 racing season.   Top percentage driver at Fredericton with at least thirty drives was Todd Trites at .401. He also led the way in purse winnings with over $ 20,000 earned at his home base.   In the training category, there was a three-way tie in the standings. Mike Downey, Ed Harvey and Mike Campbell all finished up with six-wins each. Downey led all trainers at Fredericton in money will close to $ 6700 earned.   Mike Campbell led the way in training average with a superb .562 average for the season.   by Scott Waddell, for HRNB

Saturday afternoon at Fredericton Raceway is a day that harness racing driver young Kent Beattie will remember for a lifetime.   In his fifteenth career drive, the promising rookie captured his first career victory at his hometown track.   Provoke Me, owned by Gary Beattie of Fredericton, was making his final start of his career as the nine-year-old veteran did all the work on a front-end winning performance.   Time of the mile was 2:02.2 as the pacer drove on to a two and a half-length win to best Royal Putnam and OK Elegant.   Fastest mile of the day was turned in by Joseph Michael who despite less than ideal conditions on the blustery Saturday afternoon, scored in 1:56.3. Todd Trites drove the local owned pacer as one of his two wins on the program.   Racing wrapped up for 2014 racing season at the capital city track and Horse Racing New Brunswick extends thanks to all who made the year a success despite many challenges.   Next card of racing will be contested on Saturday, September 27th at Exhibition Park Raceway in Saint John.   Scott Waddell

Fredericton Raceway will host its final live card of the 2104 racing season on Saturday, September 20th at 2:00 P.M.   Nine dashes will be carded on the afternoon that features a full field of eight starters in the afternoon's featured event.   Going as race nine, the race will feature last week's top-class winner at Exhibition Park Raceway, locally owned Joseph Michael. He captured his 43rd lifetime win and now has over $ 128,000 in earnings. He is owned by Andrea Dolan, Lower Cambridge-Valerie Phelan, Geary, NB.   Todd Trites will drive the seven-year-old son of Jennas Beach Boy. He took a new lifetime record this season in Windsor, Maine of 1:53.3. Eric Wilson trains the pacer who has drawn post two.   Wave That Banner, also hailing from the high producing Eric Wilson stable has drawn the rail position in the $ 1500 event and he too is coming off a win last week.   Four-year-old pacing mare Ramblinglily also comes off a strong outing as she won a leg of the aged pacing marries series at Red Shores last Saturday in 1:56 which was a new record for the mare. In that race she unleashed a last quarter of :27.1 to take the new speed badge.   Other starters in the Saturday top-class include Dance Hanover, Man In Pink, Magical Alex, American Captain and Kass Hall. Post time is scheduled for 2:00 P.M at the picturesque half-mile oval.   by Scott Waddell, for HRNB

Todd Trites made the most of his five driving opportunities at Exhibition Park Raceway on Saturday as he won three of his five drives on the afternoon card.   Just before departing to Red Shores for Saturday nights card, he didn't waste anytime as he scored in race one, then took the final two races on the afternoon card.   Included in his wins were the top-class and supporting class of the day. Joseph Michael won easily in the main event as he cruised to a 1:58.4 win for trainee Eric Wilson. Andrea D Dolan,Lower Cambridge and Valerie G Phelan, Geary, N.B share ownership in the seven-year-old pacer.   Wave That Banner and Trites took the supporting class for trainer Wilson in 2:00.3 to sweep the afternoon's top races. Valerie G Phelan and Eric C Wilson, Geary own the pacer. Todd's other win was with Grimsby in 2:02.2 in the first race.   Racing action will now switch to Fredericton Raceway as Horse Racing New Brunswick will host that track's final race card of the season.   by Scott Waddell, for HRNB            

Another big weekend in Island harness racing is here again. Saturday, Red Shores Charlottetown will play host to one of the longest running stake events in P.E.I., double-header Saturday will feature the PEI Colt Stakes, action gets underway at 1 p.m. and the evening card is at 7 p.m.   The two-year-old pacers are in action on the afternoon card with four divisions each of colts and fillies. The highlight on the card goes in Race 6 when three of the best colts the Maritimes have to offer do battle for a purse of $6,100.   Dixieland Band is the morning line favorite from Post 7. A winner last week in the Atlantic Sire Stakes in 2:00.1, the son of Ameripan Gigolo is winning at a 50 percent ratio this season. Gilles Barrieau will do the driving for owners Reg MacPherson, David Mackenzie and Aaron Mackenzie, Kevin MacLean is the trainer.   He will have to do battle with Proven Desire from Post 8, the son of Proven Lover was edged out by a nose last week by Dixieland Band. Post 5 starter J J Romeo, also a son of Proven Lover has drawn post 5. He was also a winner in the Atlantic Sire Stakes atInverness last week in 2:00. The colt divisions go in races 4, 9 and 12.   Dusty Lane Bria headlines the four filly divisions, She will start from Post 3 in Race 2. A winner of five races from six starts this season, her only defeat came after making a break before the start. The daughter of Ameripan Gigolo is owned by Kenny Wilkie and Larry Chappell, Kenny Arsenault will drive. The $ 5,800 filly divisions go in races 5, 8 and 11.   The evening card will feature four divisions of three-year-old pacing colts and five divisions of three-year-old pacing fillies.   This weekend the three top fillies have found themselves in different divisions. This year's Maritime Breeders Champions, Lovineveryminute will leave from post 2 in Race 6. Race 8 will see Saulsbrook Alana leave from Post 5 fresh off a victory in the final of the $13, 016 Maritimer stake. The third filly Elm Grove Inarush lines up behind the gate in Race 10, she has also drawn Post 5. The other filly divisions are in Race 1 and 3   Race 7 will see a pair of colts put their three race win streaks on the line. The early advantage will go to Arties Magic leaving from Post 1 for driver Todd Trites, he comes in off of a 1:58.2 score at Fredericton Raceway. Woodmere Rondevous drew into Post 5, he was a winner in his last outing in 1:57.1 at Red Shores Charlottetown. The rest of the colts go in races 4, 9 and 12.   The card also feature two divisions of the Atlantic Aged pacing mares series, the Race 2 Fathers of Confederation Descendant Pace features General Luckypercy, Ramblinglily and Stayouofmyaffair. The second $3,278 leg goes in Race 5 and features Icandothat and For All We Know.   The 13th Race feature hosts the best the Maritimes have to offer, All Turain has drawn into Post 6 fresh off a victory in the Jennie and Joe Chippin in Fredericton. He will go up against Ultimate Luck, Modern Xhibit and Astor.   The Bell Alliant Race Day Show will carry all the action, visit www.redshores.ca to find all the racing information.   by Bo Ford, for Red Shores

Veteran pacer Man In Pink, a son of Camluck will look to continue his impressive season in New Brunswick this Saturday at Exhibition Park Raceway.   Mark Haig, one of the most consistent drivers in the province, will drive for owner Gordon White in the top-class offering a purse of $ 1500. Haig goes into Saturday's card with twenty-one wins and a .398 driving average.   Man In Pink comes off an eye popping win this past Saturday at Fredericton Raceway as he scored a 1:56.3 win and recorded his 29th career win. He will have post four in the five horse field.   Joseph Michael, a third place finisher in the prestigious Joe & Jennie Chippin Memorial on Saturday will have the challenge of the outside post-five for driver Todd Trites.   Other starters are Magical Alex, American Captain and J Rs Hurricane. Racing will start at E.P.R at 2:00 P.M presented by Horse Racing New Brunswick. There will be a total of seven races on the afternoon.   Week 16 standings in HRNB Handicapping tourny   Week sixteen proved to be another challenge for those partaking in the year-long handicapping challenge presented by Horse Racing New Brunswick.   Two players, Adam Saunders and Rose Doyle shared the top honours with just $ 10.40 earned in the three selected dashes. They will split a $ 25.00 prize from Horse Player Interactive.   Overall, Adam Saunders leads the way with $ 268.60 good enough for first place. Rose Doyle made a move and now sits in second place with $ 216.40 with Kayden Buchanan rounding out the top-three.   Week seventeen will take place this Saturday at Exhibition Park Raceway. Below are the complete standings after the sixteenth week.   Adam Saunders 268.60 Rose Doyle 216.40 Kayden Buchanan 208.20 Brad MacPherson 207.10 Jenn Ritchie 164.90 Bruce Smith 105.50 Wayne Hubbard 45.30 Roy Flowers  31.00 Dale Spence Sr 18.60   Overall winner will receive a trip for two to Toronto. Best of luck to those playing along this week.   by Scott Waddell, for HRNB                        

Saulsbrook Alana and driver Marc Campbell were victorious in the 20th edition of The Maritimer for three-year-old pacing fillies on Saturday afternoon at Exhibition Park Raceway. The stakes event is co-sponsored by the New Brunswick Standardbred Breeders & Owners Association and Saint John Exhibition Association. The streaking Elm Grove Inarush (Mark Bradley) and Lovineveryminute (Todd Trites) went wire-to-wire to win the $9,762 elimination heats earlier in the day in matching 2:00.3 miles while Saulsbrook Alana finished second to the latter filly. To view the rest of this story click here.

The $ 20,000 harness racing James Roach MacGregor Memorial will line up behind the gate in the race 12 finale on Friday night at Red Shores Charlottetown. Post-time is 7 p.m. The field of six, features four Gold Cup and Saucer trial starters that didn't qualify for the $75, 000 final and two others. The millionaire pacer Up The Credit has drawn into Post 2 for trainer - driver Carl Jamieson. The six-year-old Western Terror stallion finished fifth in his trial, pacing his mile in 1:53.1 for Ryan Ellis. The former winner of the $ 1.5 million North American Cup as a three-year-old is owned by Jamieson, Thomas Kyron and Joanne Morrison. Mach Wheel has drawn the coveted rail as he takes his stab at the lions share of the $ 20,000 purse. He was also a fifth place finisher in his Gold Cup and Saucer trial, pacing his own mile in 1:53 for owner - trainer Shane Arsenault. He was a winner two starts back at Grand River Raceway in 1:54.2. Island native Paul Mackenzie will do the driving. The brother duo of trainer Patrick Shepherd and driver Robert Shepherd will send out Duke Did It from post 4. He was a disappointing sixth in his trial which came one start after setting the track record at Truro Raceway in 1:53.2, his win streak was halted at four too. Owned by Ivan Petersheim, the nine-year-old son of Bettors Delight will look to regain form on Friday night. The only Maritime owned horse in this year's Gold Cup and Saucer trials, Astor, has drawn Post 5 in the compact field of six. He finished sixth in his Trial for Foxyhall Racing of Wallace, NS. Jason Hughes does the training and driving. One of the stars on the Maritime Free-for-all scene, Astor will look to show his Ontario invaders what P.E.I. is all about. Blissfull Bro (post 3) and Windfall Blue Chip (post 6), round out the field for the MacGregor memorial. The top three-year-old fillies the Maritimes have to offer will be on display Friday night in two Gold divisions of the Lady Slipper. Last year's top filly looks to be regaining her form heading into her $12, 700 Gold divisions, Saulsbrook Alana has drawn into post 6 in Race 9. The daughter of Western Paradise has back-to-back 1:56 and change victories for owner Reg MacPherson and trainer Kevin MacLean. The winner of just shy of $ 80,000 lifetime will get the services of Marc Campbell. Her bridesmaid last week, Absolootly Hot draws into post 3 for the Dooley Boys Racing Stable and Scott Hubbard. She paced her mile in 1:56.4 beaten only a length-and-a-quarter by Saulsbrook Alana. The daughter of Coasttocoast Yankee is trained by Earl Watts. Kenny Arsenault will do the driving for the second straight start. I C Anastro, Sea Anna Win, Pictonian Sareta, Babies Gigolo, Libertys Gig and Dusty Lane Dora round out the full-filed of eight. The 2014 Maritime Breeders champion Lovineveryminute will look to dethrone the winner of four-in-a-row Elm Grove Inarush. Lovineveryminute draws into post 5 for the River Valley Management, Windemere Farms and Lana Murphy. She has just shy of $ 60,000 in lifetime earnings. Earl Watts does the training while Todd Trites will handle the driving. Elm Grove Inarush will look to extend her win streak to five from Post 3, her last two victories have come in a career best 1:55.3 for driver Mark Bradley. The daughter of Coasttocoast Yankee is owned by Blaine Thibeau, Eddy Doucette, Gordon Macleod and Grant Mann, Doucette does the training. Mackenzie will handle the driving duties as he looks to take the late double with her and Mach Wheel. Brickyard Val, Fleurje, Briannas Angel, Bettim Jenny, Outrageous Spirit and Sail Through round out the field. The P.E.I Trotting Series Final sponsored by the PEIHRIA will line up behind the starting gate in Race 7 for a purse of $ 10, 700. Eight of the best trotters the Maritimes have to offer will contest for the largest purse they will race for this season. Zip The Lip has drawn the rail position for owner Orville Willis and Donald Sweet, fresh off of a victory in the second leg, the Sweet trainee will get the Brian MacPhee in the bike. The aged veteran of the field, the 14-year-old Abundaspin will leave from post 3, The richest starter in the field with over $477, 000 in lifetime earnings the Harold Shepherd trainee will get son Robert in the bike. Frill Seeker has drawn Post 4, after a break, a win, a break and a win since coming to P.E.I, his owners the Ebbslfeet Stables will hope the streak stays in-tacked for this week. Kenny Arsenault does the training at the driving. Beer Maggs, Pleasure Girls, Lyrical Lindy, Majian Dillon and Mopey Corey round out the field. Bo Ford

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