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CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - The top  harness racing pacing mares in Eastern Canada will again square off this Saturday afternoon at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The 12-dash Saturday card kicks off at 12:30 P.M. with the top mares pace of the day lining up in race 11 for a $2,550 purse. The Time To Win comes into the race sporting a win and second in her last two starts with Corey MacPherson subbing in as the driver for trainer Jackie Matheson and owner Woodmere Farms of Marshfield. The five-year-old daughter of Western Ideal is a three-time winner this season racing primarily at Rideau Carleton Raceway outside Ottawa. She won her Open Mares assignment on Oct. 19, and then was second to pacing horse Eagle Jolt in a mixed class in her last start. Maritime Champion Arc Light moves into aged competition in this race but the three-year-old filly has rail control for trainer-driver Marc Campbell and owner Grayland Farm of Gulf Shore, N.S. Dancers Pass (Driven by David Dowling) was a winner in her last two starts but takes on her toughest test to date in this race leaving from post 3. Race analyst Les MacIsaac sides with The Time To Win for the top spot. "The Time To Win was a bang up second last week despite being first up before the half so if she's able to pick up some cover today instead of providing it she'll be hard to deny," MacIsaac said. Also in the field is Mrs Dragonfire (Adam Merner), Imagine Speed (Dale Spence), West River Ambyr (Steven Shepherd), Collective Wisdom (Ron Matheson) and Jordies Hope (Jason Hughes). Freddie and Star Photo are set to tangle in the race 11 Open Trot for a $2,300 pot. Star Photo cruised to victory in his latest with a 28.4 final panel for the team of driver Hughes and trainer Kevin Gillis. The veteran has post 3 to start from this week while Freddie (Campbell) leaves from post 2. Labero has quietly put together a solid season with five wins, fives second and three thirds and has rail control in the class with Walter Cheverie in the seat. Rose Run Quest Looks To Continue Dominance Sunday CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - There has been nothing standing in the way of the winner's circle for Rose Run Quest in the preferred ranks in recent week and he will look for more of the same in the featured event Sunday afternoon at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The capital oval will host racing Saturday and Sunday for the next four weeks with post time at 12:30 P.M. Sunday's 13-dash program has the preferred pace hitting the track in race 12 for a $2,900 purse. Rose Run Quest has the outside in the field of seven by virtue of his three straight victories at this level. Marc Campbell trains and drives the son of If I Can Dream for owner Blair Hansen of Charlottetown. Nogreatmischief leaves from post 5 in the Sunday contest after a victory in the top class on closing day at Red Shores Summerside for trainer-driver Walter Cheverie. Screen Test has post 6 with Corey MacPherson at the lines after a third place finish at this level last time out. Race analyst Les MacIsaac sees the race as Rose Run Quest's to lose. "Rose Run Quest has been so dominant in his last three starts that you got to believe the road to the winners circle goes through him again, post seven or not," MacIsaac said. Other entries include Varadero Hanover (Driven by Ken Murphy), Best To Hurst (Jason Hughes), IC True Grit (Mike McGuigan) and Rockin Indy (David Dowling). The back-up pace will line up in race 11 as Souverain looks to extend his four-race win streak with rail control for driver MacPherson and owner-trainer Phil Sizer of Kensington. Other top entrants in the $2,400 class are Eagle Jolt (Campbell) and Bank Of Dad (Adam Merner). For more information or to tune into the worldwide broadcast go to By Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE – Using first-over tactics to her full advantage, Collective Wisdom delivered as the heavy favourite in the Thursday evening harness racing feature at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Getting away fourth in the $2,300 featured pace, Collective Wisdom was moved first-over by driver Gilles Barrieau while moving to the half-mile marker. The Jackie Matheson trained pacer then engaged pacesetter Drivingthedragon N (Driven by Jason Hughes) and powered by in the final panel to win in 1:57.3. Miss Sangria (Corey MacPherson) took second-over cover to finish second while Dancers Pass (David Dowling) closed out in third place. Woodmere Farms of Marshfield own Collective Wisdom. Trainer Joe MacDonald had his stable firing on all cylinders on the Thursday card with two winners from his Cornwall stable both with MacPherson in the bike. Dreas Good Powow was a winner in 1:57.3 in the finale while Hurricane Hill won earlier on the card in 1:57.4. The Kenny Arsenault stable also had two winners with Akrotiri making a maiden breaking score in 2:03.1 and Back In The Game won in 2:00.1, both with Arsenault above the wheels. For race replays and more go to By Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores

Charlottetown, PE - The live harness racing program slated for Saturday afternoon at 12:30pm will now go Monday night at 6pm at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Red Shores, along with harness racing officials, made the announcement as Prince Edward Island deals with heavy rain in the forecast. The Sunday program will go as scheduled at 12:30pm. Stallions will outnumber the geldings as the top pacers head to the gate in the preferred pace Sunday afternoon at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The 14-dash presentation kicks off at 12:30 P.M. with the Preferred pace lining up in race 13 for a $2,650 pot. Rollwithitharry gets top billing from post 4 in the compact field of five. Walter Cheverie gets the catch driving call behind the 10-year-old son of Rocknroll Hanover for trainer Jackie Matheson and owner Woodmere Farms of Marshfield, P.E.I. Absent from the racing scene for over three years, Rollwithitharry has been standing stud on P.E.I., and returns to racing after successfully selling his first crop at public auction this past month. The pacer was a convincing winner in 1:56.2 in his latest start but goes up a notch on the class ladder to find some warhorses that have been slugging it out every week. Winter Blast defeated his foes in last week's Preferred pace and gets the rail to work from this week for driver Jason Hughes and conditioner Jennifer Doyle. Three Truths saw his hot streak come to an end last week with a sixth place finish ending his top three streak. Kenny Arsenault will again drive the son of Shadow Play with an improved post this week as he scores 2. Not to forget Czar Seelster, who has been a force on the Invitational circuit all season and will look for revenge after a fourth place finish in his latest with Mike McGuigan at the lines. IC True Grit rides a trio of top three finishes into the event with post 3 for driver Ron Matheson. Race analyst Les MacIsaac like the fresh demeanour of Rollwithitharry to put it all together. "His back class really showed up last week when he left an excellent field in the dust," MacIsaac said of Rollwithitharry. "These will be tougher but off that performance and with the aforementioned back class, it's hard to rule out a repeat." The back-up pace on the program hits the track in race 10 for a $2,350 pot with Pictonian Storm leaving off the rail, looking to help rookie driver Austin Sorrie knock off Corey MacPherson and make history. The 19-year-old Montague driver is in the midst of a red-hot first season in the race bike with 28 wins going into the weekend while MacPherson holds the record for most wins by a first-year driver on P.E.I. with 31 wins in his 2009 rookie campaign. Sorrie, who already holds the distinction of recording the fastest win by a rookie driver on the East Coast, has 12 drives between the Saturday and Sunday programs at Red Shores Charlottetown to help his drive to the history books. Prettyndangerous Aims For Repeat In Open Mares Monday Night The top pacing mares on Prince Edward Island convene for a rare Monday meeting with some young talent in the mix at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The 12-dash Monday night program kicks off at 6 P.M. at the capital oval. Race 11 has the $2,350 fillies and mares Open pace with Prettyndangerous looking for a repeat performance from post 3. David Dowling will look to add to his solid first full season driving on the East Coast with the Bo Ford trained mare.  The daughter of Armbro Deuce rides a quadruple of top three finishes into the event for owners Ford and Arnold Myers of Charlottetown, P.E.I., but races in an event with some new blood this week. R Es Shabla's stakes career is officially over and now the talented sophomore daughter of Pang Shui will move into aged competition, getting post 1 for the biggest test of her career with Mike McGuigan in the bike. Collective Wisdom has been knocking on the door in each of her Open starts but loses regular pilot Gilles Barrieau, who has moved his stable back to New Brunswick. That gives the opportunity to rookie driver Drew Neill to pick up the lines of the 3-1 second choice in the morning line for trainer Jackie Matheson. Race analyst Les MacIsaac sees a repeat performance of last week in the future of Prettyndangerous. "Prettyndangerous has been looking more like her old self in recent weeks and last time out was a fairly comfortable winner," MacIsaac said. "Since she's facing many of the same rivals today from an improved post we won't rule out a repeat." Other entries include Drivingthedragon N (Driven by Jason Hughes), Julep Hanover (Wade Myers), West River Ambyr (Steven Shepherd) and Killean Finale (Ken Murphy). The $1,950 Open trot hits the track in race 6 with Majian Tango looking to rectify his break as the betting favourite in last week's edition of this race. Jim Ripley trains and drives the son of Tad The Stud from post 2 and is again installed as the morning line favourite. Maritime Champion Buddy White has drawn post 1 as he moves out of stakes competition into the Open ranks for driver Adam Merner and trainer Blayne White of Belle River, P.E.I. For race programs, top picks and live broadcast go to By Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores  

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - Front end tactics was all it took for IC True Grit to find the winner's circle in the Thursday evening featured pace at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Gilles Barrieau was in the driver's seat for the winning score in the $2,100 top event of the Thursday program. IC True Grit went to front as he took over from early pacesetter Rockin Indy (Driven by David Dowling) past the opening quarter of 28.1. Barrieau and his charge tripped the second fraction in 58 then proceeded to three-quarters in 1:28.1 before closing out the mile in a clock stopping 1:57.4 over a track rated with a one second variant. Rockin Indy was a closing second while third went to Likely To Win (Adam Merner). IC True Grit is trained by Jackie Matheson for owners Joey Gallant and Ingham Jenkins of Charlottetown, P.E.I. Frill Seeker used similar tactics to capture the $1,950 Open trot in a front end score of 2:03.3 for trainer-driver Kenny Arsenault and owner Ebbsfleet Stable of Stratford, Ont. Professor Gordon (Jason Hughes) was second while Dusty Lane Jacob (Merner) completed the triactor. CL La Rousse put together a colossal shocker in race 5 of the program as she was placed to first and paid $245.20 for a $2 win ticket. Dowling was in the bike for the 2:02 mile for trainer Reg Ferguson of Charlottetown, P.E.I. Sports Highlights (Barrieau) hit the wire first but was set back to third for interference on Miss Sangria (Merner) in the stretch drive. Sailor Blue won her third straight race in trotting action on the program. Barrieau was in the bike for the 14-length romp in 2:03.2 for co-owner and trainer Cindy MacDonald and co-owner Yoss Martonovich of Montague, P.E.I. Hughes scored a pair of wins from his own stable as Sir Native stopped the clock in 2:02.1 in the finale and Perfect Raider was a 2:00.3 winner in race 6. For more information go to By Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - IC True Grit was within inches of making the winner's circle in his latest pair of starts but will look to put it all together Thursday evening in the feature event at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown. The Thursday program will be the last mid-week card at the capital oval as action shifts to strictly weekend racing starting next week. The 10-dash Thursday card has a 6:30 P.M. post time with the top class lining up in race 9 for a $2,100 purse. IC True Grit is installed as the morning line favourite from post 2 in the featured pace with Gilles Barrieau in the driver's seat for trainer Jackie Matheson and owners Joey Gallant and Ingham Jenkins of Charlottetown, P.E.I. The son of No Pan Intended was second in his last two starts beaten less than a head in each start. One of the pacers that beat him will square off with him again this week as Jeb has post 5 for trainer-driver Jason Hughes riding a quartet of top two finishes into the event. Nogreatmischief has rail control for trainer-driver Walter Cheverie as the former Governor's Plate finalist looks for his first trip to the Red Shores Charlottetown winner's circle since May. Race analyst Les MacIsaac goes with IC True Grit to get the job done and hit the wire first. "IC True Grit has had a couple of bang up second place finishes at this level, his most recent out of the six hole," MacIsaac said. "With an improved post this time around he could be the one to knock off." Also in the field is Likely To Win (Driven by Adam Merner), Rockin Indy (David Dowling) and Stars Above (Mike McGuigan). Race 8 of the program has Killean Finale making her first East Coast start from post 6 in the field of as many. Ken Murphy drives the winner of $175,000 for trainer Clifford Murphy and owners Dr. Mary McNiven and Pacemaker Stable of Nine Mile Creek, P.E.I. The five-year-old daughter of Sportswriter last raced at Harrington Raceway in Delaware, U.S., in a conditioned class. Majian Tango headlines the race 7 Open trot for a $1,950 purse for trainer-driver Jim Ripley and owner Marylea Ripley of Amherst, N.S. The son of Tad The Stud has had three wins so far in his four-year-old campaign including a win in last start on Oct. 11, and was subsequently scratched last week due to travel restriction on the Confederation Bridge. Other top entries include Dusty Lane Jacob (Merner) and Frill Seeker (Kenny Arsenault). For more information go to by Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores  

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE – As soon as Perfect Escape established himself with the lead it was lights out on the Thursday evening feature event at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Gilles Barrieau guarded his post 1 position with Perfect Escape off the gate in the $2,200 feature event laying down unchallenged fractions of 28.3, 57.2 and 1:26.1 before drawing clear by five lengths to score in 1:55.3. Tobinator (Driven by Corey MacPherson) sat in the pocket to finish second while Nogreatmischief (Walter Cheverie) completed the triactor. Perfect Escape is trained by Jackie Matheson for owners Jack Keenan of Stratford, P.E.I., and Joseph Dahl of Burlington, Ont. Freddie put together a narrow victory in the $1,950 Open Trot from his assigned post 7. Marc Campbell was in the bike for the neck decision in 2:01.1 over Holy Molie Maggie (Cheverie) and Isabella Hanover (Adam Merner). Freddie is owned by Three Wisemen Stable of Kingston, who also had another win on the card. Owner Three Wisemen Stable and trainer-driver Campbell clicked in the race 12 finale with Keepcalmndanceon stopping the clock in 1:59.1 in the $1,600 event. Driver Adam Merner tripled up on the evening program winning with Innocent Kiss in 2:00.2 for trainer Melissa Rennie of Charlottetown, Dustylanejazz in 2:02.2 for Stephen Gass of Cornwall and Professor Gordon in a 2:00.4 trot mile for Deanna Clow of New Haven. For more information go to by Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - A field of seven hot horses will collide in the Thursday evening top class at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. First race post time is 6:30 P.M. for the 12-dash Thursday program with the $2,200 top pacing class lining up in race 11. Give Em Heck has rail control while riding a three-race win streak into the event for driver Gilles Barrieau, trainer Jackie Matheson and owner Colin Sheppard of Spaniards Bay, N.L. The seven-year-old son of Perfect Union has been impeccable since teaming up with Barrieau this season as the pacer remains undefeated while the New Brunswick teamster is at the lines. Nogreatmischief draws post 6 but has strung together four straight top two finishes leading into Thursday's race for trainer-driver Walter Cheverie. Narragansett also has yet to miss the top two so far in 2018 with Jason Hughes at the lines for Ashley Gamester of Hunter River, while post 2 starter Dilans Mustang is fresh off a victory in 1:57.4 for driver Ken Murphy. Race analyst Les MacIsaac uses post position as a deciding factor in his Thursday evening selection as he chooses Give Em Heck to land in the winner's circle. "Give Em Heck is steadily climbing the class ladder but he's yet to taste defeat since teaming up with Gilles and lady luck seems to be on his side draw day.," MacIsaac said. "With what appears to be another easy path to the front he's hard to go against." Other entries include Stars Above (Driven by Steven Shepherd), Dial The Bossman (Mark Bradley) and Likely To Win (Adam Merner). The Open trot lines up in race 5 with $1,950 on the line. Freddie is the one with the target on his back leaving from post 5 for trainer-driver Marc Campbell and owner Three Wisemen Stable of Kingston. The six-year-old Majestic Son trotter was defeated in this class last week by Osprey Impact but with her absent this Thursday Freddie is sure to be the favourite. Frill Seeker defeated this class earlier in the season and gets post 2 this week for trainer-driver Kenny Arsenault while Holy Molie Maggie (Walter Cheverie) is fresh off a pair of third places finishes from post 3. Race 7 has a newcomer to Charlottetown in the $1,650 event as Swingin Swan leaves from post 5 for driver Myles Heffernan, co-owner and trainer Rachel Andrew of Milton and Denise Andrew of Calgary, Alta. The four-year-old boasts 12 lifetime wins from just 42 starts but remains empty in the win column this season. This Saturday and Sunday marks the return of the $100,000 Dash for Cash promotion which also includes a host of secondary prizes. For Complete details go to by Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores  

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - It was redemption time for Shadows Mystery Thursday night as she knocked off the top harness racing pacing mares on the East Coast at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The Jackie Matheson trainee converted a pocket ride to a trip to the winner's circle in 1:56.3 in the $2,250 Open Mare's pace. Ramblinglily (Walter Cheverie) did the early roadwork through fractions of 26.1, 57.3 and 1:27.1 before Shadows Mystery and driver Kenny Arsenault got up for a quarter-length victory for owner Gordie Ford of Charlottetown. Ramblinglily was second with Woodmere Articblue (Marc Campbell) third. Morosita Bi won her Island debut with a 1:58.1 victory while snapping Freddie's four-race win streak in the $1,750 Open Trot for trainer-driver Jason Hughes and owner Foxyhall Racing of Wallace, N.S. Holy Molie Maggie got up for second for driver Gary Chappell while Campbell and Freddie finished third as the race favorite. Corey MacPherson took the early lead in the Drive For Charity as he scored three wins on the opening program of the season-long event. The Cornwall driver scored wins with Dusty Lane Jacob in 2:01.2, Brodys Leona in 1:59.2 and Tell Me Why in 1:58.3. In the Drive For Charity promotion, MacPherson is paired up with MacRae Backhoe And Trucking with each win putting $25 toward Santa's Angel's every race day in Charlottetown and Red Shores Summerside until Oct. 29. Adam Merner had a driving double on the program winning with All Turain in 1:59.2 and Ic Brandonscowgirl in a maiden breaking 2:01.1. For complete results go to By Nicholas Oakes for Red Shores

Charlottetown, PE - Perfect Escape made his move at the head of lane and over-powered Eagle Jolt in the stretch to win the Thursday harness racing featured event at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park in a sharp 1:54.4. Ron Matheson was in the bike for owners Jack Keenan, Stratford, PE and Joseph Dahl, Burlington, Ontario and trainer Jackie Matheson. Eagle Jolt held on for second with McJestic completing the triactor. The 2-7-1 combination returned $39.10. Team Matheson came right back in the nightcap with Artners In Crime for the driving-training double. Driver Marc Campbell enjoyed another big night at the office. The Winsloe resident drove four winners on the program with scores aboard Tyne Valley, Howmac Missy and Freddie who notched his 14th win of the season. Campbell also rallied with Yankee No More for the grand-slam. For complete results go to By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Perfect Escape won the Thursday night harness racing feature at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park in a dazzling 1:54.2. Gilles Barrieau was in the bike for the victory and put the Jackie Matheson trainee on the point lighting up fractions of 27.4, 57 and 1:26. The winner is owned by Jack Keenan, Stratford, PE and Joseph Dahl, Burlington, Ontario. Likely To Win was second with Three Truths third. Majian Chester won his trotting division for trainer-driver James Ripley and owner Marylea Ripley, Amherst, NS. The open trotters squared off in race 6 with Summerside track record holder Thunderaway, in line to Jason Hughes, beating Charlottetown trot record holder Osprey Impact in gate to wire fashion in 1:59.4. Foxyhall Racing, Summerside, PE is the owner. Driver Brian Andrew recorded a driving double on the program with Neal delivering as the favorite in the opener while long-shot Honor Roll upset the field in race 7. The horses are co-owned by Brian and William Andrew, Calgary, Alberta. Fly With Max, owned by Mark Ramsey, Greenwood, NS, posted an impressive mile of 1:55.4 for trainer Mark Bradley and driver Marc Campbell. It was Campbell's second winner of the night. Wager was 29,375 For complete results go to By Lee Drake

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - Starcastic captured the Dr. Blair Kelly Memorial Pace Friday evening at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Gilles Barrieau scored the winning drive over the rain soaked capital oval in 1:58.3 in the $2,350 event for trainer Jackie Matheson and owners Bobbi Jo Gaudet of Charlottetown and Billy MacKenzie of Stratford. Iron Phil (Louis Philippe Roy) laid down the early fractions of 29, 58.1 and 1:29 to end up second with Starcastic using a second over trip to score the one length victory with with Waterside Light (Marc Campbell) finishing third. Barrieau and Matheson also teamed up for the win with Mozartsplace in 1:59 for owners Brad Duplisea and Shawn McAdam, both of Charlottetown. Jason Hughes had a driving double on the program, visiting the winner's circle with Fleurje after a 2:00.2 victory and Beckenbauer with a 2:01.2 win. The total wager was $47,242 on the 10-dash program. Old Home Week racing continues Saturday in Charlottetown with a doubleheader on tap with a 1 time for the afternoon card and a 7 p.m. post time for the evening program featuring Sobey's Gold Cup and Saucer trial 1. By Nicholas Oakes for Red Shores

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - Clic K captured the MacPherson Roche Smith and Associates Pace Thursday evening at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Harness racing driver Gilles Barrieau engineered the winning drive in the $2,100 feature event for owner PLO Stables of Donagh and trainer Jackie Matheson. The chestnut pacer went down the highway for an open length 1:54.4 victory over Casimir Luciano (Marc Campbell) and Pan Larceny (Louis Philippe Roy). Montreal Phil captured his division of the first leg of the Alpine $4,000 Claiming Series for Horse and Geldings winning in 1:56.2 for trainer Rene Allard and owners Allard Racing Inc. of Quebec. The win was number 60 of Montreal Phil's career and left the pacer just $32 shy of $700,000 in career earnings. Steve Morton of Nova Scotia paid the claiming tag for the veteran and will give him his new home. Beechwood Tiger won the other Horse and Geldings division in 1:58.2 for trainer-driver-owner Myles Heffernan of Nova Scotia. Campbell captured the Mares leg of the Alpine $4,000 claiming series with the Allard trained My Ideal Hanover in 1:56.3 for owners Allard Racing and Ameer Najor of Michigan. Raymond MacKinnon of Nova Scotia had the lucky claim on My Ideal Hanover. Marc Campbell had a grandslam on the card winning with his own trainees Dustylane Msvickie in 1:57.3 and Woodmere Articblue in 1:57.2 to add to his two Allard trained wins. Total wager for the program was $39,598. Old Home Week racing kicks off Friday evening at 6:30 PM. By Nicholas Oakes for Red Shores

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

Charlottetown, PE - Fresh off his harness racing track record tying performance in the Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition Invitation, D Gs Camme will return to home turf on Saturday night at Red Shores Charlottetown. The six-year-old son of Blissfull Hall, who toyed with his rivals last time out clocking a season best score of 1:53.2, has drawn into post 7 for the Race 11 Preferred 1 pace on Saturday night. Owned by Quentin and Hal Bevan, Ron Matheson and Tom Clarke, D Gs Camme has yet to miss the board from his six starts in 2016. The Jackie Matheson trainee who will be piloted by Gilles Barrieau will square off with Smiley Bayama, Oh To Be Me, Waterside Light, Athletic Putnam, All Turain and Cecil Ladner winner OK Galahad. The 12-dash card gets under way at 6 p.m. and will feature six of the best mares the Maritimes has to offer in the $2,350 Open Mares Race 7. Matheson trainee Shadows Mystery is labeled as the 5-2 morning line choice for owner Gord Ford. Barrieau handles the driving assignment. Ramblinglily has drawn post 5 with Walter Cheverie in the bike for trainer Alan Jones. Open Mares mainstay Best Risque scores post 4 for trainer Brian Ladner and driver Jason Hughes. Some of the best three-year-old colts the Maritimes has to offer this season will head post ward in race 9. Magical Cowboy will put his three-race win streak on the line against stable mate Beaus Cowboy and the Kenny Arsenault trained and driver Lukes Cowboy. 'King of the Rock' set to take on Summerside bearcats; Willie searches for 60 Another action packed card is set for Sunday afternoon at Red Shores Summerside with the 12-dash card getting underway at 1 p.m. The Backstretch Beat has landed on Inspired Art as their top billing in the Allison 'Hook' Walsh Memorial, for owner Elizabeth Courtney, trainer Marc Campbell and catch-driver Ryan Desroche. "The 'King of the Rock' is back in Summerside and he's had three bang up performances, in which he has yet to miss the board," said the Beat. "Despite the youngster getting the catch drive, the old horses class will kick in to cover that off." The Newfoundland invader who won nine of ten races last season will have to content with the hometown horse Motorino from the rail. The Terry Gallant trainee has been no worse than third in his past three starts and has finished second at the $12 , 000 claiming ranks in his past two outings. Ken Murphy picks up the catch mount. Veteran free-legged pacer Blu Meadow Willie will search for his 60th lifetime win for the ownership group of Bob and Brenda Macinnis of Summerside. The winner of over $91, 000 lifetime has drawn into post 5 in the 12th race finale with Walter Cheverie handling the driving duties. By Bo Ford

Charlottetown, PE - Ys Lotus, under the command of Marc Campbell, won the Saturday night harness racing feature in a dazzling 1:52.4 at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Campbell hustled the Governor's Plate champion to the front touching down past the opening quarter in 27.2 and continued to his torrid pace past the half in 56.1 with the third station clocked at 1:24.2. The Rene Allard trainee won by seven lengths over Forever Paradise (Michael McGuigan) while Machinthesand (Ken Murphy) completed the triactor. Ys Lotus is owned by Yves Sarrazin, La Presentation, QC. Jackie Matheson had a big night at the track. The Charlottetown trainer sent out four winners on the program. Team Matheson, Jackie, Jody Lynn and Ron, began the win parade with Hornswoggle in 1:59.1 while Van Zant captured the Eleanor Roberts memorial in 1:59.2. Matheson teamed up with owner Bradford Duplisea with Santiago Style, co-owned by Chad Taylor, in an impressive 1:55.4 with Mozartsplace notching the quadruple for the stable for Duplisea and co-owner Shawn McAdam, Charlottetown, PE. Oh To Be Me (Gary Chappell) closed hard to catch Doing Some Damage in deep stretch to win the Drive for Charity pace. Businesses and their charities were in attendance at the historic judge's stand for the presentation to the winner. Campbell, Ron Matheson, Gilles Barrieau and Kenny Arsenault had driving doubles on the night. The wager was $46,383. For complete results go to By Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE - Clic K, with Gilles Barrieau in the bike, notched his fourth win in a row with three straight coming on PEI soil after taking the Saturday night harness racing feature in a dazzling 1:54.3 at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Jackie Matheson does the training for the pacer's owners Plo stables of Donagh, PE. Barrieau, who also enjoyed a big day at Fredericton Raceway before heading to Red Shores, sent the seven-year-old to the point and laid down fractions of 27.3, 56.2 and 1:26.1 while sprinting to the finish to win by open lengths over First Art Down (Ken Murphy) and McJestic (Corey MacPherson). In other action, Pleasure Girls, handled by Corey MacPherson who had two victories on the card, was moved to top place in the trot class after the winner Thunderaway was placed second for being inside two consecutive pylons. Majian Chester completed the triactor. Driver Marc Campbell recorded a hat-trick scoring with Windemere Stanley for owner Kyle Gillis, Truro, N.S, Dusty Lane Msvickie owned by Grayland Farm, Pugwash, N.S. and Eagle Jolt for owners Wilbur and Marie MacDonald, Orwell, PE. Barrieau, MacPherson, Gordie Hennessey and Jason Hughes had driving doubles. For complete results go to By Lee Drake  

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