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Atlantic Sires Stakes two and three-year-old trotters provided exciting harness racing action at Inverness Raceway on Wednesday evening, including setting a new track record for three-year-old trotters. Dusty Lane Galaxy took the new track record when he crossed the finish line in 2:03.4 with driver-trainer Gary Chappell in the bike. The bay trotting gelding is owned by Peter Buchanan, North Wiltshire, PE and the Estate of George Boswall, Frenchfort, PE. The other three-year-old trot event on the evening card went to B J Comanche and driver Clare MacDonald in 2:04.2 for owner-trainer Bert Honkoop of Montague PE. The two-year-old trotters also had a chance to shine as Tyne Valley and driver Mike Stevenson captured first place honours in their event in 2:11.1 for owners William and Scott Roloson, Belfast, PE and Kristi Pickering, Charlottetown, PE. The second two year-old trotting event went to Paymenowpaymelater and driver Kenny Arsenault in 2:06.4 for owner Wade Peconi of Stanchel, PE. The Atlantic Sires Stakes trotting events across the Maritimes are presented by Meridian Farms. Not to be out done by the trotters, the two-year-old pacing fillies also strutted their stuff at the Inverness oval. Woodmere Dancenart and driver-trainer Clare MacDonald won their 'A' division event in 2:01.2 for owners Morah Kerr, Greenfield, NS and Phonsie MacEachern, Port Hood, NS. The other 'A' division event on the race card went to Jann Down and driver Gilles Barrieau in 2:01.4 for the Downey Stables of Quispamsis, NB. I Can Do Anything crossed the finish line first in the lone 'B' division event with owner-driver-trainer Keith Ford in the bike. Gordon Neill of Charlottetown, PE, shares the ownership papers on the two-year-old filly. Atlantic Sires Stakes racing action heats up again this weekend as a full slate of events will take place during Old Home Week at Red Shores Charlottetown Driving Park. For a complete schedule of events and to view current point standings, visit www.atlanticsiresstakes.ca. Lynne MacLennan  

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - Teddys Place will try to fend off seven rivals in the Thursday night feature at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at The Charlottetown Driving Park. First race post time for the 12-dash card is 7 pm. Mike Stevenson will sit behind Teddy Place for owner-trainer Thane Arsenault of Charlottetown from post 4 in the race 12 finale for a $1,750 purse. The nine-year-old son of Blissfull Hall has hit the board in six of his last seven starts, including a 1:57.1 victory on June 29 in Charlottetown. He will face some gritty competition including KG Comet (Wayne Dunn) and CL Eighty (Kenny Arsenault). Race analyst Les MacIsaac is thinking outside the box in putting his faith in post 7 starter Shock The Rock (Corey MacPherson). "Being stuck in the seven hole could complicate matters but he's been holding his own against some high caliber opposition and is the only one in here to show a recent win at this level," MacIsaac said of Shock The Rock. "He's a potential sleeper." Other entries include Talk Back (Brian MacPhee), Deuce Man (Brodie MacPhee), Mr Macleod (Jason Hughes) and Pictonian Walton (Walter Cheverie). The card also features the first leg of the Alpine $3,000 claiming series with separate splits for fillies and mares, and horses and geldings. The first of three fillies and mares divisions lines up in race 4 with Montreal Beauty (Dale Spence) installed as the morning line favorite from post 6 in the compact field. The second $1,500 division goes in race 6 with Whatabadgirl (Garry MacDonald) riding a two-race Ontario win streak from the outside post in the six-horse-field. The third fillies and mares split lines up in race 9 with Machintosh (Steven Shepherd) favored off the rail in the seven-horse-field. The two horses and geldings divisions go in races 8 and 11. Race 8 has 10-year-old veteran Cam Cool (Marc Campbell) as the one to beat off a two-race win streak at Inverness Raceway in Nova Scotia. Race 11 will have seven rivals try to knock off Albert Town (Campbell) from post 1. By Nicholas Oakes

The battle for harness racing top gun at Red Shores' Charlottetown is ready to heat up quickly. With Old Home Week just three days (two, Tuesday) away, the drivers and trainers are preparing for 16 race cards over 10 days. Jason Hughes sit in the spot he likes to sit in most races, right on the front. With 212 drives this season in Charlottetown, Hughes has returned 47 winners back to the winners enclosure. The Stratford native is atop the driving leader board for earnings with $ 55, 688 earned this season at Charlottetown. The 'Blue Knight' carries a UDRS of .356 at the capital city oval. Chomping at the bit from second is Marc Campbell. Campbell currently sits four back with 43 wins from 180 drives. He holds the record for most wins in a single season at Red Shores Charlottetown with 130. The three-time defending Francis McIsaac Memorial Champion (Most wins during Old Home Week) seems to bring his A-game to the track with him afternoon and night during Old Home Week, it could make for an interesting battle throughout the week. Heading into Old Home Week the former O'Brien Award winner bats .361. The race for show is a neck and neck drive heading into the big week. Walter Cheverie currently sits in third with 22 victories from 124 drivers. Cheverie is a four time winner of the Francis McIsaac, last winning it in 2008. The veteran driver has over $28,000 earned this year heading into Old Home Week and a UDRS of .323. A two way tie for fourth rounds out Charlottetown's top drivers. Premier catch-driver Kenny Arsenault and Ronnie Matheson who does most of his driving out of his son Jackie's stable both have 21 wins a piece. Arsenault has 164 trips around the track this year and is closing in on $ 30, 000 for this season, He is also a four time winner of the Francis McIsaac award, last winning it in back-to-back years of 2009 and 2010. Matheson has only 109 drives this season, but he did pick up his 1, 000 lifetime driving victory earlier this season, he carries a UDRS of .333 heading into Old Home Week. Corey MacPherson (20), Brodie MacPhee (18), Mark Bradley (15), Mike McGuigan (12) and Mike Stevenson (10) round out the top ten. On the trainers side of things, the race isn't as close. Hughes has a commanding lead with 33 victories this season. His power packed stable has been on fire this season with horses like Say It Again Sam, Stayoutofmyaffair, Astor and Red Rock. Hughes has 152 starts this season and has hit the top three in 72 of those starts. He has a .330 UTRS in Charlottetown. Jackie Matheson is all alone in second. Last years winningest trainer at Charlottetown has topped in 24 winners from 143 starts. He has $32, 101 in earnings this season and his stable has been the brides made 23 times this season. Youngster Jonah Moase is having a career year in his third season as a trainer. Moase is currently in third with 16 wins this season from only 63 starts. The 18-year-old has the highest UTRS out of any trainer with more then 55 starts. Another two-way tie rounds out the top five, and once again Arsenault finds himself in the fourth place tie. He and Mark Bradley each have 13 winners this season at Charlottetown. Arsenault has just over 100 start with 103 while Bradley has just over 50 starts with 55. Darren Trainor (10), Ronnie Gass (9), Earl Watts (9) round out the top eight with a three-way tie for ninth. Joe Smallwood, Len McGuigan and Harold Shepherd each have 8. By Bo Ford

Fresh off his track record setting performance of 1: 53 in the Governor's Plate, D Gs Camme will return to the same spot it all happened on Sunday afternoon. Racing action gets underway at 1 p.m. at Red Shores' Summerside, but fans will have to wait until race 9 to see the new track record holder. D Gs Camme is entered into the first leg of the Premiers Pace Series. The four-year-old son of Blissful Hall is owned by Quentin and Hal Bevan, Tom Clark and Ronnie Matheson. He will get regular pilot Gilles Barrieau in the bike, while Jackie Matheson handles the training. Astor was the runner-up in that track record setting performance, he has drawn Post 5 for the Foxyhall Racing stable. Jason Hughes handles the training and driving duties on the five-year-old gelded son of Camluck. Machinthesand has drawn Post 4 for owners Russell and Karen Noonan. The Governor's Plate finalist is coming off of a Preferred victory last week at Red Shores' Charlottetown. Mark Bradley will intrust in Brodie MacPhee to do the driving. Blissfull Bro (Post 1), Schooner (Post 2) and Modern Xhibit ( Post 6) round out the compact field. The second division of the first leg goes in Race 12. Last year's Premiers Pace winner Touch Of Lightning has drawn Post 2 for veteran trainer - driver Earl Smith. On Gold Cup night last year Touch Of Lightning worked out a second over journey before fanning out three-wide at the head of the stretch and swooping up to nail Big League and Balanchine on the line in 1:53 a new lifetime mark for the son of Articulator to claim the first ever Premiers Pace Series. Red Rock is the morning line favourite from post 5. The four-year-old chestnut son of The Panderosa has not missed the board since entering the Maritime free-for-all ranks three starts ago. Owned by Donald, Bryan and Steven Mac Rae and Melissa Trainor, he finished second in his last start at Truro Raceway in the Exhibition Cup. Trainer Jason Hughes will do the driving for the first time since winning his elimination of the Governor's Plate. Ultimate Luck hasn't seemed to have any luck at the draw over his last four attempts. Sunday will have to overcome the outside Post 6, a place he is mighty familiar with after having that post in two of his last three starts. Terry Gallant will pick up the catch driving call for the Ultimate Stable and trainer Sifroi Melanson. Regular driver Kenny Arsenault will drive his own trainee Cheyenne Ford from Post 3. Perfect Escape ( Barrieau ) and Judge Jon ( Ken Murphy ) complete the field. Windfall Blue Chip will reunite with Arsenault in the Race 7 Preferred 2. The seven-year-old son of Art Major was fourth in his last start for driver Brian MacPhee. Owned by Jamie MacKinley and Jody Sanderson. The Earl Watts trainee will make his third start of the 2014 campaign. Blue Meadow Willie will also reunite with a different driver, Walter Cheverie, the last time Cheverie drove Willie, he won in 1:55.3 a new lifetime mark for the 10-year-old, He is also searching for lifetime win number 50. Ultimate Success, Mcmaverick, Carrera Angel, Pacific Oak, Eagle Jolt and SA Summers Luck will be the other contenders. Dirt Track Momma to defend Spud Island Title It's time for Dirt Track Momma to defend her Spud Island Classic Title. Presented by the P.E.I. Potato Board the first leg of the Old Home Week open mares series starts Saturday night at Red Shores' Charlottetown. Post time is 6 p.m. Last year Momma headed into the series on a three race win streak and continued her winning ways, sweeping both legs and then winning the final on Gold Cup night in a blistering 1:54.2. In race 7 on Saturday night, she'll look to get her season on track from Post 7 for owner - trainer Jonah Moase. From post 7 Marc Campbell will do the driving against six other rivals. J K Special has been dubbed the morning line favourite, for owner Joe Smallwood and regular driver Walter Cheverie. A familiar face over the past four year, the nine-year-old daughter of Cammibest will control her faith from Post 2. In the second division of the Spud Island, For All We Know comes into the first supporting the same summary as Dirt Track Momma did last year. Three straight victories. Owned by Bruce Wood, the seven-year-old daughter of Rocknroll Hanover will look to extend her streak to four from post 5. Gilles Barrieau will make the trek from Saint John to drive for Jackie Matheson.  A newcomer to P.E.I., Russian Kisses will be right next door, Post 6, the four-year-old daughter of Badlands Hanover shows consistent miles of 1:54 and change over Grand River (half-mile) for owners Robert Shepherd, Joseph Travis and Forrest Bartlett. Robert has handed the driving duties over to brother Steven, while father Harold is the trainer. Bunny Mach, Winner Panic, Miracleonthehudson, Icandothat and Silky Britches round out the field. A pair of earlier driver - trainer combinations pair up and do battle in the third and final division. The gate chaser Andro Madi has been labeled the morning line choice for Campbell and Moase. The winner of 23 races life has drawn post 4. Two-time Spud Island Classic Champ, General LuckyPercy will be one spot closer to the rail, Post 3, for Barrieau and Matheson. Stayoutofmyaffair, last year's Atlantic Aged Mare Champion has drawn the outside post 7 for owner Robi Hughes, brother Jason handles the training and driving on the winner of 30 lifetime victories.  Red Magician will look to extend his win streak to three races in the race 12 feature, the chestnut gelding picked up his first win on red soil last week in 2:00 over a rain soaked oval. Owned by Dale and Ronnie Rennie, Ken Murphy will do the driving from post 7. Every Day will look to return trainer Rachel Andrew back to the winner circle for the second time of her career from Post 4. In his last start Every Day picked up Andrew's first lifetime training victory. Brian Andrew will do the driving. Tempo Seelster, Panacotta, Van Zant, Balanchine, Capitalism and Nobestbfor round out the power packed lineup Hurrah 4 Island Charities is back Saturday night in Race 10. With August now upon us, Hurrah's earning for this month will be donated to Special Olympics P.E.I. Mark Bradley will do the training and driving. For the month of July, Hurrah raised $1,000 for the 4H club of P.E.I., the cheque presentation will be made after the second race.  The evenings trot race goes in Race 3. Scarlet Patti and trainer - driver Darryl Maclean will have to overcome Post 7 if they are going to put together back - to - back victories for owner Gordon Maclean.  The battle for top driver at Red Shores' Charlottetown is heating up, Hughes currently sits on top  of the leader board with 45 victories, defending champion Campbell is only two wins behind with 43. The battle is sure to catch fire next week during the 16 cards of racing for Old Home Week.  by Bo Ford for Red Shores

Summerside, PE - The Callbeck Stakes and the PEI Trotting series highlighted a 15 dash program Wednesday at Red Shores Summerside. Tyne Valley launched her second win in a row when she claimed the opening division of the Callbeck for driver Mike Stevenson and owner Bill Roloson of Belfast. Bill Andrew is the breeder. Dusty Lane Bria also remains perfect in stakes action notching her third score for owners Larry Chappell, Marshfield. Ken Wilkie of Stratford and breeder Travis Wilkie. Kenny Arsenault did the driving for the winning connections. The Charlottetown native paraded three other winners for the grand-slam which included Frill Seeker in 1:59 in PEI Trotting Series for Ebbsfleet Stables of Stratford, Ontario, Paymenowpaymelater for owner Wade Peconi and trainer Earl Watts and Elm Grove Joanette for Peter Smith, Larry Chappell and Gerald Morrissey. The Watts stable also had top honors when Marc Campbell drove two-year-old colt Timely Finnesse to victory. Pleasure Girls, with Ron Gass in the bike, upset the field to win the second PEI Trotting Series assignment. In other action in the Callbeck Stakes, Jann Down notched her first victory for Gilles Barrieau and the Downey Stable, NB. That combination also took top money with Ubettowin in her respective division. Johnny Bannas recorded his second victory in a row for Jason Hughes and owner-breeder Jamie Smith, Charlottetown. Hughes also engineered a winning trip aboard Dialamara for owner Doug MacPhee, New Haven. Undeniable gave Campbell a driving double for owner Blair Hansen of Charlottetown. Driver Claire MacDonald and owners Phonsie MacEachern, Port Hood, NS and Morah Kerr of Greenfield, NS celebrated with two Callbeck stakes victories with Woodmere Dancenart and Gritty Player. The Callbeck stakes wrapped up with Harry Wilder going to wire to wire in 2:01 for driver Ken Murphy, trainer Clifford Murphy and owner Gordon Crozier, Warren Grove. The colt was bred by Leith Waite, Summerside. For complete results go to www.redshores.ca by Lee Drake, for Red Shores

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - A hard-hitting field of pacers will take to the track in the race 11 feature Thursday night at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at The Charlottetown Driving Park. First race post time is 7 pm for the 12-dash card. The $1,800 event has Mcjestic as the classifier's choice from post 1 for owner-trainer Troy Murray and driver Walter Cheverie. Race analyst Les MacIsaac also places his faith in Mcjestic to land in the winner's circle. "He's been up and down the class ladder but all he does is land in the top three every week.," MacIsaac said of Mcjestic. "With him getting the rail it will take a big effort from one of his rivals to knock him off." Mcjestic will face stiff challenges from iron tough horses like IDK (Vincent Poulton), Shock The Rock (Corey MacPherson) and Beckenbauer (Jason Hughes). Also in the field is Oakrock Almighty (Ron Matheson), All Out (Mark Bradley), CL Eighty (Kenny Arsenault) and First Art Down (Ken Murphy). The evening trot class lines up in race 4 for a $1,100 purse. Southfield Shadow is favored from post 7 for driver Terry Gallant, trainer Thane Mann and owner Southfield Farms of Summerside. The event also features nice three-year-olds like Hope Chest (Cheverie) and Dunmore Chance (Jack Panting). Silverhill Lucky is riding a two-race win streak in race 12 for driver Gallant, trainer Mann and owner Casey Gavin of Tignish. The three-year-old Western Terror gelding has drawn post 5 in the eight-horse field. The Glenn Taylor memorial pace lines up in race 9 with Outrageous Spirit the morning line favorite from the dreaded post 8 for driver Cheverie, trainer Jackie Matheson and owner Paul Holmes of Warren Grove. Taylor, a longtime horse-owner and trainer, passed away in 2013. He got involved in harness racing as an owner in the 1970s and went on to own and condition horses like Moosehead and Governor's Plate starter Rosetown Eagle. Taylor's family is deeply rooted in Island racing, notably with his grandson Corey MacPherson, who has become one of the top drivers at the Charlottetown Driving Park and Summerside Raceway. by Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores

If you like stake races, Red Shores' Summerside is the place to be Wednesday night. The 15-dash card gets under way with a special 6:30 p.m. post time. A total of 13 divisions of the two-year-old Callbeck stake as well as two divisions of the P.E.I Trotting Series are scheduled to line up behind the starting gate. There will be a number of undefeated streaks on the line in the Callbeck Stakes and there is one bound to fall in the first of five two-year-old filly divisions. In Race 2, the undefeated Dusty Lane Bria has drawn post 4 for owners Kenny Wilkie and Larry Chappell. The Ameripan Gigolo - Briannas Attitude filly comes in off back-to-back 2:00 and change scores, all of which came off of the front end with Kenny Arsenault in the bike. He'll be handling the driving duties Wednesday. Woodmere Articblue is also undefeated in her young career. The Articulator - Blue Violet filly is owned by first time owners Tayna Tremblett and Stevi Jardine of Nova Scotia. Kenny Collins handles the training duties and regular pilot Clare MacDonald will be back in the bike from post 2. Danny Romo picked up the catch-driving victory in 2:00.2 in her last outing at Truro Raceway. Bossy Brilla, Casa Miasa, Swift Taylor and Sweetwater Rayne round out the field. The first of five colt divisions start in Race 3. Putnams Legacy is the morning line favourite for Gordon McCabe and Blaise Duff. Another undefeated two-year-old in action, the Cookie Dough Boy colt was a winner in his last start in 2:00.3 for trainer - driver Bernard McCallum. The first leg of the P.E.I. trotting series for aged trotters goes in Race 4. Newcomer to red soil, Mopey Corey, is the early favourite. He comes in from the Invitational ranks in Kawartha his last start, Amanda Riley owns the eight-year-old Southwind Lustre gelding, Tommy Riley does the training. Mopey Corey will unite with his name sake Corey MacPherson for the first time. Frill Seeker has drawn post 3 for trainer - driver Kenny Arsenault, the last time he toured Red Shores' Summerside, he just missed the track record by one fifth of a second. Caliban Hanover, Lyrical Lindy, Saulsbrook Balance and Zip The Lip round out the field. Race 6 is the second division of the Callbeck stakes for two-year-old trotters, Paymenowpaymelater will put her undefeated streak on the line from the rail. Owned by Wade Peconi and trained by Earl Watts, the daughter of Northern Bailey - Credibility hasn't faced a challenger yet winning both of her previous starts by five lengths. Arsenault will be in the bike. Dialamara shocked Summerside last Wednesday when he made his maiden voyage and impressive one, winning by 15 lengths in 1:59.3 closing it out with a :28.2 last quarter. The two-year-old Lis Mara colt will look to make it a repeat performance for Doug Mac Phee. Tom Weatherbie handles the training duties and Jason Hughes will drive from post 2. A pair of Proven Lover colts will look to play spoiler. J J Romeo has drawn the rail for owner Dan Ross of Belfast. Mike Stevenson recently notched his 1,500 driving victory and handles the training and driving duties on J J Romeo. Proven Desire was second in his last start out for owners Blair Hansen, John Thomas and Meghan MacDonald. Summerside's leading driver Marc Campbell handles the training and the driving. He leaves from Post 6 For the complete list of entries, results or live broadcast go to www.redshores.ca . by Bo Ford, for Red Shores

What seemed like eternity to Fredericton native Mike Stevenson has now become history. The 49-year-old driver landed his 1,500th career driving victory Tuesday night in the first race aboard Tyne Valley at Truro Raceway. Eternity lasted a streak of 20 consecutive races without a victory for Stevenson, until he finally got to the winner circle Tuesday night. "It's a relief to be honest. It feels good to get the monkey off of my back actually," he said. "I'm pretty proud of it, for where I've been the last five or six years, to be on the straight and narrow and get something like that makes you kind of see the right side of things." Stevenson used a perfect pocket ride to ensure his 1,500 trip to the winner circle. "I looked over at Paul (Lanigan) through the lane and said, 'Thank god it's off my back.'" During those 20 races, he picked up six second-place finishes. There was one close call on Thursday that Stevenson wishes he could have came through on. Sail Through finished second, beaten only a quarter of a length in track record fashion. Stevenson trains the filly for his owner Dan Ross. "I really wish it would have been Sail Through in Summerside, I would have loved to have won it with one of Dan's," Stevenson said. "He stuck by me through a lot of stuff over the past six years, he's stood by me and had confidence in me." Nearly four years ago, none of this looked like it would have been possible. On Oct. 11, 2010, Stevenson was notified that he had tested positive for controlled substance and would be subjected to a five-year suspension. Stevenson had run into drug problems before and this was not his first suspension. At the time Dr. Paul Hogan of the Maritimes Provinces Racing Commission said there would be nothing to appeal and the suspension was in place. Stevenson a winner of over $4.3 million dollars in purses, admitted himself into a drug addiction program and started to see a councillor every second week. He said Hogan directed him in the right direction to getting back into the sport he loves, and he is thankful for that. He was taking weekly drug samples and turning them into the commission. His councillor was contacting Hogan every second week about Stevenson's progress. Nine months later he was granted a hearing in front of the racing commission and was reinstated on July 13, 2011. Stevenson said he owes a big thank you to four people for making win number 1,500 possible at this time. "Dan Ross, Kenny Arsenault, Earl Smith and Richard Campbell - when I had my five year suspension, it wouldn't have been possible to get back except for what those guys did. I wouldn't be back yet," he said. "That's not forgetting the hundreds of emails that were sent to the Maritime Racing Commission." He said it was a real eye opener to see those four guys do what they did. "For those four guys to come up and stand beside me and say what they said, I get choked up thinking about it still," said Stevenson trying to hold back tears. "What those guys did makes it seem like it's all worth it. It was the first thing I thought of (last night), that's why I wanted to win it in Summerside, so I could get all of this out in front of them," he said. "Last night, two of the people who were first to congratulate me were Kenny and Earl." Stevenson was born into a rich tradition of harness racing. His father Bobby was a well-known trainer in New Brunswick in the early 1970s before he made his move to Foxboro, MA, to pursue a career in harness racing. His mother Diane was the clerk of the course and program director at the Meadowlands for almost 20 years. His sister Janet is also heavily involved in harness racing and is married to Delaware mainstay Eddie Davis Jr. His other sister Gloria is best known for being the caretaker of Nihilator during his three-year-old season. He didn't have much of a choice but learn the trade. "I trained my horse, which I'll never forget, when I was five-year-old and sitting in my dads lap. I can remember we went a mile in 2:23. Ever since then it was all about racing." Mike made the move to Foxboro with his father, but after his parents divorced he returned home to Fredericton to finish high school. He started qualifying horses at the age of 16, and as soon as he finished school he headed down the States with a small stable of his own. At the age of 17, he picked up his first lifetime win aboard a three-year-old filly named Game Blast at Northfield Park in Ohio. "I had been driving a colt of my fathers in the fairs all that summer, he had won three or four races but they didn't count them," Stevenson recalled. "I had been driving for three or four months before that." Stevenson said he can still remember the win because the next morning the papers read, "17 year-old Stevenson has a blast at Northfield." "Number one, it was big, 1,000 was really special, but last night considering everything that happened since I picked up my 1,000th, to me, last night meant more then the other two." In the fall of 1986, he was approached by well-known trainer Peter Blood. Blood asked him if he would be interested in joining him as his second trainer and Stevenson jumped at the opportunity. "He taught me more then anyone in this business. To me he is one of the best colt-men who have ever took a breath, not only is he good at training them but he is the best person in my eyes to go to a sale and pick one out." Stevenson gives Blood credit for a lot of success with his own stable on P.E.I. "I attribute everything that I learn with my babies and the success I've had with my babies to Peter Blood. I'm really glad I kept my eyes and ears open, and I had my head about me at the time. I learned a lot from that guy." Working with Blood gave Stevenson the opportunity to drive some special horses. One of those horses was Quality Of Life. The horse that Stevenson said gave him his most memorable win. "Right now it has to be Tyne Valley last night," he joked. "It would have to be Quality Of Life at the Red Mile when he won in 1:50.1, I was kicking myself afterwards for not hitting the wheel disk at least once because he would have broke 1:50." That was also the fastest win of Stevenson's lengthy career. In 2003 Stevenson returned home to New Brunswick to try and get away from the demons were following him, but it wasn't until the fall of 2003, after facing more trouble with drugs, he made the venture to his new home, Prince Edward Island. Island horsemen and now co-worker Wade Sorrie was in Saint John and asked Stevenson to come work on his farm. While working there, Ross approached him to train a two-year-old colt named War Dancer who went on to win the Atlantic Breeders crown. Ross then approached him and asked him if he would be interested in going to work for him, and the rest is history. An honourary Islander, Stevenson picked up one of his biggest wins at Summerside Raceway in 2004 when he guided Igoddago to his first ever Governor's Plate in 1:55.3. "I can remember to this day going by the upper turn with all the people flowing onto the track at the old paddock, all I could hear was 'Track record, track record.' And my whip got caught half way down the lane, and we ended up tying it," he recalled. "For Mike Campbell to put me on that horse, after he drove him all the time. It was special." When Stevenson first arrived on P.E.I. he said he was welcomed with open arms, and it really made the turn around much easier. "I'd like to thank the harness racing community in P.E.I. in general, when I showed up a lot of people could have been judgmental. Wade took me under his wing, people like Cindy MacDonald welcoming me to her farm and guys like Duane MacEachern and Darren Trainor putting me down to drive their horses." Stevenson did some reminiscing on his career and said it was a toss-up between a great horse in Jaguar Knight and a $2,000 claimer in My Buddy Mark, for who his favourite horse was. My Buddy Mark picked up Stevenson's 1,000th career victory at Exhibition Park Raceway in September of 2006. "When I came across the boarder (retiring home), I had My Buddy Mark, my clothes and that was it," he said. "He is the horse that got me going when I got back, He helped me build my stable. The first year we were in Saint John he was voted Fan Favourite and Claimer of the Year." Jaguar Knight was a horse Stevenson got the chance to drive for his father at the Meadowlands in 1994. "Yeah he was just a maritime bred down there, but if you stop and look what that horse did that spring at the Meadowlands, there's very few horses that did what that horse did." After leaving the Maritimes stake scene, he struggled to find his ground but during the end of the meet at the Meadowlands he won seven of his final nine starts including a victory in 1:51.2, becoming the fastest Maritime bred ever at the time. "He put a little no-name guy like me on the map during Saturday nights at the Meadowlands. They had to contend with me, I didn't have to contend with them. I could just set him out first over, God forbid the first guy to come three deep on him, because there hasn't been one get by him yet." After returning to the winner circle 1,500 times, Stevenson said there is one main reason he continues to do it. "Winning. It's what I love to do, I've never done anything but harness racing." He will turn 50 in December, and if you asked Stevenson if there was one more race he could win, he wouldn't even have to think about it. "Not only to win it, but just another chance to get back into the Gold Cup and Saucer. Whether you're in it or standing at the fence you can't help but get goosebumps," he said with passion. "When you go under that spotlight, it's like there is nothing else but the Gold Cup." Red Shores would like to congratulate Mike Stevenson on his career milestone - number 1,500. Wednesday night in Summerside he will be presented with a gift as for his special accomplishment. by Bo Ford, for Red Shores

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - Red Magician will look to work his magic off the rail in the Thursday night feature at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. First race post time is 7 pm for the 12-dash card. Ken Murphy will drive Red Magician from post 1 in the race 11 $1,800 feature pace for trainer Clarkie Smith and owners Dale and Ronnie Rennie of Elmsdale. The four-year-old chestnut son of Badlands Hanover had been racing in Ontario for trainer Paul Mackenzie and was a winner his last start out in 1:55.2 at Grand River Raceway in Elora, Ont. Race analyst Les MacIsaac places his faith in Red Magician in his East Coast debut. "We don't know anything about this guy but his recent form at Grand River should tell you all you need," MacIsaac said. "He has a pair of wins in the 1:54-1:55 range in the past month, and a spot on the pylons for his local debut. Top call." The race has some entries that can pace right with Red Magician, as Perfect Escape (Ron Matheson) has post 6. He made breaks in his last two races while free-legged but trainer Jackie Matheson qualified the horse in 1:58.1 last week with hopples on and could return to the 1:55 form he showed in his first few P.E.I. starts. Beckenbauer (Kenny Arsenault) has post 2, fresh off a 1:55.4 romp Governor's Plate night at the Summerside Raceway. Other entries include IDK (Vincent Poulton), Windemere Express (Mike McGuigan), Shock The Rock (Corey MacPherson) and Rymar Sporty (Gary Chappell). Frill Seeker is the one to beat in the seven-horse Open Trot class, which lines up in race 5 for a $1,850 purse. Trainer Kenny Arsenault will be in the bike behind Frill Seeker from post 2 for owner Ebbsfleet Stable of Stratford, Ont. The six-year-old Angus Hall gelding was an impressive winner in his Island debut with a 10-length victory in 1:59.2 last Friday in Summerside. He will battle with the veterans of the top trot, Abundaspin and Zip The Lip, who have virtually dominated the class the past two years. Abundaspin (Harold Shepherd) has post 5 while Zip The Lip (Brian MacPhee) will leave from post 6. The field also includes Song Dream (Vaughan Doyle), Pleasure Girls (MacPherson), Caliban Hanover (Ron Gass) and Lyrical Lindy (Walter Cheverie). The back-up pace lines up in race 8 for a $1,400 purse with Rymar Romeo favoured for trainer-driver and co-owner Steven Murphy and fellow Island co-owner Ambrose Gillis and Nova Scotian Shawn MacLennan. Other top entries in that race include Astronomical Union (Arsenault), Umiztagoodthing (Todd Walsh) and Brodys Leona (MacPherson). by Nicholas Oakes, for Red Shores

Summerside, PE - The three-year-old colts had center stage Friday at Red Shores Summerside. Tobins Fusion, under command of Gilles Barrieau, took the first "A" division with a comfortable eight length score in 1:58.2. The colt is owned by Boyd MacDonald, Crapaud, Dan Ross, Belfast and Charles Seymour, NB. Wendell Willliams bred the colt who picked up his second win of the campaign. The next $9,420 split went to Dumas Walker for co-owner Myles Heffernan in 1:58 flat. Jackie Heffernan also shares ownership on the son of Western Success who streaked to his second stakes win in a row. Driver Earl Smith sent Touch of Thunder to the front and held off a late surge from Just a Professer (Mike Stevenson) to win his "A" division in 1:58.1 for owners Peter and Don Smith, Larry Chappell and Gerald Morrissey. The breeder is Gregory MacKenzie, N.S. The other top performances in stakes action went to Dusty Lane Diego for owner-trainer Gary Chappell in 2:01.2, My Kinda Crazy for Mark Bradley and the Kickin Horse Stable while Tobins Delight wired the field in his contest in 2:01 for Brian MacPhee. MacPhee, who had a driving double on the card, handled the colt for Michael Biggar of Coleman, PE. In other action, Blue Meadow Willie, owned by Bob and Brenda McInnis, Summerside, PE, recorded the fastest mile of the night in a sparkling 1:55 for driver Walter Cheverie. Newcomer Frill Seeker romped in the trot class with an impressive 1:59.2 score. Kenny Arsenault did the driving for Ebbsfleet Stables of Stratford, Ontario. Bad Date won the Bud Ramsay Memorial for driver Jason Hughes in 1:58.2 for owner-trainer Harold Hill. Gary Chappell notched a driving double as he edges closer to 2.500 career victories in the bike. Chappell will drive Red Rock in the 46th running of the Governor's Plate Saturday. For complete results go to www.redshores.ca by Lee Drake, for Red Shores

Summerside PE - Eight of the Maritimes best free-for-all pacers are set to rock and roll Saturday night in the richest ever Governor's Plate presented by Summerside Chrysler Dodge. The Bell-Aliant Race Day show will carry all of the action live from the Prince County oval sponsored by City of Summerside and Journal Pioneer. The broadcast gets underway at 6:30pm AST. The 46th edition of Summerside's most prestigious race will carry a purse of $25,000, the 14-dash card gets underway at 7 pm. Elimination 1 winner Red Rock has been saddled with post 6 for owners Donald, Bryan and Steven MacRae of Vernon Bridge and Melissa Trainor. Red Rock had an eventful elimination journey, he finished second but was placed first after the MPHRC (Maritime Provinces Harness Racing Commission) judges deemed the winner of the elimination D Gs Camme caused interference at the eighth pole and was placed back to second. Jason Hughes did the driving and training. This week he will hand the lines to Summerside native Gary Chappell as he looks to win his first ever Governor's Plate. Hughes was forced to pick off the elimination 1 winner after becoming the first trainer to ever have three horses qualify for the Governor's Plate final. The other two entries from the Hughes brigade are owned by Foxyhall Racing. Astor has drawn post 2 for Hughes and Narragansett will leave from post 7 with the youngest driver in the field Corey MacPherson doing the driving. D Gs Camme has been installed as the 5-2 morning line choice. The 4-year-old Blissful Hall gelding has lucked out at the draw again this week. He will leave from Post 1 for the second week in a row. Gilles Barrieau who has won the previous two Governor's Plates, will look to complete the natural hat trick, when he teams up with trainer Jackie Matheson. The Matheson - Barrieau connection were successful in winning the 2012 edition with Mcapulco. Modern Xhibit has drawn post 3 as he looks to make history for his trainer Jonah Moase. At just 18-years-old a Governor's Plate victory with Modern Xhibit would make him the youngest trainer to ever hoist the Plate. Moase will rely on the Maritimes leading dash winner this season Marc Campbell to make the history unfold. Judge Jon was a bang up second place finisher in his Elimination on Monday night, he will line up right behind the car, post 4, on Saturday night as he looks to get his driver Mike Stevenson back to the Governor's Plate winner circle, after last winning the race 10 years ago with Igoddago. Anthony Stymest does the training. Machinthesand has drawn post 5 for owners Russell and Karen Noonan, he finished fourth in his elimination for Campbell, but he has committed to drive Modern Xhibit. Trainer Mark Bradley will call on Brodie MacPhee to do the driving. Luck was on the side of the Ultimate stable's Ultimate Luck, he has drawn into the coveted final, but his luck ran out at the draw. Ultimate Luck has drawn the outside post 8 for trainer Sifroi Melanson and driver Kenny Arsenault. The $9,250 Lobsterfest Final for open mares highlights the undercard with elimination winner Stayoutofmyaffair drawing the trailing post 9 for Hughes. The eight-year-old daughter of Astreos was the fastest winner of the three divisions for owner Robi Hughes of Stratford, stopping the clock in 1:57. The Barrieau - Matheson connection are together in the Lobsterfest Final with a newcomer to the Maritimes, For All We Know. She is 3-1 after winning her elimination in 1:58.1. Owned by Bruce Wood of Charlottetown the gigantic daughter of Rocknroll Hanover gets post 3. It's been three years since the 6 entry Onehottvett has won the Lobsterfest final. She picked up the victory in the third division for trainer - driver Wade Sorrie. On Saturday he will turn the reins over to National Driving Championship finalist Ryan Ellis. Keystone Nobility ( Post 1), Firstclassflight ( Post 2 ), Silky Britches ( Post 4 ), Brodys Leona ( Post 5 ) and There Paid For ( Post 7 ) round out the field. Race 9 will see one of the classiest horses to ever race in the Maritime free-for-alls, Outlawpositivcharg, take his final tour around his hometown oval. The 'East Coast Warrior' will lead the post parade for the Outlawpositivcharg Governor's Plate Consolation. Touch Of Lightning has drawn the rail in a compact field of five for the veteran driver - trainer Earl Smith. The winner of $127,562 in Maritime earnings is owned by Peter and Don Smith, Gerald Morrissey and Larry Chappell. Blissful Bro ( Campbell), Cheyenne Ford ( Arsenault ), Likely To Win ( Ellis ), Carrera Angel (Rocky Schurman ) complete the field. For the complete list of entries, results or live broadcast go to www.redshores.ca by Bo Ford, for Red Shores

Summerside, PE - The top three-year-old harness racing colts from around the Maritimes will line up behind the starting gate on Friday night. Red Shores Summerside will play host to three 'A' divisions of the Atlantic Sire Stakes with the first division going to post in Race 4. First-race post time at 7 pm. The first division will have five noses up on the wings. J J Laser has drawn the rail for Summerside's leading driver Marc Campbell. Owned by Reg MacPherson of Stratford and trained by Kevin MacLean, the son of Ameripan Gigolo is the 5-2 morning line favourite. Tobins Fusion is the richest pacer in the field, he is saddled with the outside post 5 for owners Boyd MacDonald, Dan Ross and Charles Seymour. The winner of $33,939 lifetime gets trainer Gilles Barrieau in the bike. J Ps Warrior (3-1), Super S Yzerman (4-1) and Woodmere Rondevous (6-1) round out the field. In Race 8 the Kentucky Headhunters may not be in town for the races but the three-year-old gelding Dumas Walker is. The gelded son of Western Success - Im A Realist draws post one for co-owner, trainer and driver Myles Heffernan. Jackie Heffernan co-owns. Arties Magic leaving from post 2 is carrying a three race win streak including a 1:57.3 victory in the Maritime Breeders final into Race 8. Todd Trites gets the lines from trainer Earl Watts and owners Windemere Farms and Clive Balderson. Hollywood Gigolo will get Brodie MacPhee for the first time from post 3. The power packed lineup includes Pictonian Storm ( Mike Stevenson ), Rancousy ( Darren Crowe ) and Rebelseven (Campbell). The 2013 Island Breeders Champion Settlement Request will look to get back on track after a sub par start to the 2014 racing season in the final 'A" division. He has drawn into post 5 for owners Alfred Barrieau and Michael Clinton. Gilles Barrieau does the training and driving. Just A Professor is installed as the 5-2 favourite for owners Creston Gillis, Michael Clarey and John Clarey. John does the training and they will call on Stevenson to handle the driving duties. Elm Grove Intrepid, Touch Of Thunder, Wine To Go and Mr Vaive will also compete for the $9,420 purse. Friday's card has three 'B' divisions on tap starting in Race 2. Each division carries a purse of $2,500. The free-legged Barrett Jackson will look to extend his win streak to three races when he takes his post 7 position behind the gate during the Friday night finale. 'Barrett' is coming in off of back to back scores of 1:57 and 1:57.2 respectably for owner Neal Moase. Jonah Moase who supports a sparkling .404 UTRS handles the training duties while youngster Dale Spence gets the drive. Frill Seeker is a newcomer to the Kenny Arsenault stable, the six-year-old Angus Hall - Yankee Frilly gelding will make his first start on red soil in the Race 3 trot. Arsenault will also do the driving. For the complete list of entries, results or live broadcast go to www.redshores.ca . Lee A. Drake

Summerside PE - The two-year-old filly pacers were on display in full force Wednesday night at Red Shores' Summerside. A pair of fillies bred by Woodmere Farms who were in line to the 'queen' of the Maritimes Clare MacDonald stole the show, winning two of the three 'A' divisions. Woodmere Articblue owned by Tayna Tremblett and Stevi Jardine converted off a perfect two-hole ride, winning by half-a-length over pace setter Pictonian Stardust (Mike Stevenson) in 2:05.3. The Articulator filly sprinted home in a blistering :28.2 last quarter over a rain soaked oval. MacDonald placed Woodmere Dancenart on the front in Race 10 and never looked back sailing on to win by a length in 2:03.3 over Jann Down and Party Rockin. The Articulator filly is owned by Morah Kerr and Phonsie MacEachern. Dusty Lane Bria owned by Kenny Wilike and Larry Chappell was the fastest winner of the three 'A' divisions. The American Gigolo filly made a rush to the lead at the half and would go on to win by two length in 2:00.1, taking the lions share on the $9, 660 purse. The win also gave Kenny Arsenault his second win of the card. Three Pink Bows (MacDonald) was second, Swift Taylor (Stevenson) was third. Arsenault's first win came in Race 2 aboard the Force Of Life filly Bossy Brilla in the first 'B' division, The Queens Jubilee another Force of Life filly and Gilles Barrieau picked up the victory in the second division. Windfall Bluechip made his return to the racetrack from the breeding shed a winning one, capturing the evenings feature race in 1:59.1, the win gave Arsenault his third victory of the night. Van Zant finished second and P C Shockwave was third. Marc Campbell also enjoyed a driving triple on the night with Union Dues in the first and a pair of Wayne Merner trainees Sweet Sweet Rosco and Pasta Vera later in the card. The tripe moved him into the lead for the Basil Whelan Memorial trophy, which is award to the top driver during Governor's Plate week. Campbell has seven wins on the week, Arsenault is just one back with six. Mike "In The Bike" Stevenson moved one step closer to a career milestone winning the fifth race trot with Osprey Impact for owner-trainer Paul Larrabee, The win puts Stevenson only two wins away from 1,500. Racing returns to Red Shores' Summerside Thursday evening at 7 pm with the three-year-old filly pacers taking centre stage in the Atlantic Sire Stakes. By Bo Ford

Summerside, PE - The feature race at Red Shores Summerside was declared a no contest after the starting gate wing fell off at the beginning of the race. One of the entries, Outside the Wire, driven by Brodie MacPhee, suffered some scrapes and bruises in the mishap. There were no other injuries. The Atlantic Sires Stakes for two and three-year-old trotters were in the spotlight during Lobster Festival Week. The stakes were presented by Meridian Farms. Paymenowpaymelater, owned by Wade Peconi, Stachel, won the first two-year stake for Kenny Arsenault and trainer Earl Watts. The time of the mile was 2:07.4. JK Blaze and Walter Cheverie captured the second two-year-old division. Cheverie did the driving for owner, trainer Joe Smallwood, Stratford. Cheverie and Smallwood teamed up to win a three-year-old trot stake with JK Hustler. Seanchai also captured his $8,620 division for trainer Nicholas Oakes, driver Brodie MacPhee and Buntainwood Farm, Brackley Beach. For complete results go to www.redshores.ca by Lee Drake, for Red Shores

Summerside, PE - Governor's Plate week is in full force at Red Shores Summerside and Wednesday night it will play host to three Atlantic Sire Stake A divisions for two-year-old filly pacers. A total of 18 fillies will line up behind the Sherry's Heating Service starting gate with three divisions going for a purse of $9, 660, post time is 7 pm. The first A division will go in Race 6 with mainland invader Three Pink Bows as the morning-line choice. The filly ships in from Antigonish for owners Tanya Tremblett and Stevi Jardine, she comes in having won her first pari-mutual race over Northside Downs in an impressive 2:01, Clare MacDonald is now the trainer and driver. Dustly Lane Bria draws the rail for Kenny Arsenault, the ownership duo of Boyd Macdonald and Dan Ross own Swift Taylor who leaves from post 3 for Mike Stevenson. Miss Pamela May ( Marc Campbell ), Woodmere Costalot ( Bernard McCallum ) and Centurion Sue ( Keith Ford ) complete the field. Mike Stevenson will look to come one step closer to 1,500 career driving victories in the second A division, when he sits behind 5-2 favourite Pictonian Stardust. The Western Paradise - Pictonian Sapphire filly is owned by Ross of Belfast, Stevenson also does the training. I Can Do Anything gets the rail for Ford, the daughter of fan-favourite mare Crossridge Income comes in with a supporting qualifying effort, finishing second in 204.1. Ford trains and co-owns the filly with Gordon Neil of Charlottetown. Elm Grove Joanette (3-1) , Woodmere Articblue (6-1), Ubettowin (4-1 ) and Casa Miasa (8-1) complete the field. Gilles Barrieau will make the trek to Summerside for four drives on Wednesday night, including Jann Down in the final Division of the Atlantic Sire Stakes for two-year-old fillies. Jann Down comes in off a second place finish pacing her own mile in 2:03.1 in a qualifier over Exhibition Park Raceway. She is owned by the Downey Stables of Quispamsis and trained by Stephen Mason, she will leave from post 5. To her outside is the morning line choice Wynnfrith, she is owned by the Buntainwood Farms of Brackley Beach and trained by Nick Oakes. Jason Hughes will pick up the driving duties on the Americpan Gigolo - Dress to Thrill filly. Party Rockin ( Danny Romo) has drawn the rail, Woodmere Danceart ( MacDonald ) are two, with Skip To Win ( Campbell ) and Lyndale Jenn ( Brodie MacPhee ) closing out the field. Two B divisions will also be held on the card, in races two and four. Windfall Blue Chip will make his return to the track on Wednesday night in the 11th race feature. After spending the spring in the stud ranks on Prince Edward Island, the seven-year-old winner of $533, 794 in career earnings draws post 5 for owners Jamie MacKinley and Jody Sanderson. Earl Watts has been off to a stellar start this season, he does the training, while Arsenault will pick up the catch driving call. The stealer lineup includes Mcmaverick ( Ken Murphy ), P C Shockwave ( Brian MacPhee ), Lisfinny ( Norris Rogers ), Van Zant ( Ronnie Matheson ) and Eagle Jolt ( Campbell ). The evenings trot race goes in the fifth when Osprey Impact looks to continue her winning ways on the island. The three-year-old daughter of Ferderal Flex - Summerhill Hallie was a winner in her first start on P.E.I. in 2:02.1 for owner-trainer Paul Larrabee, this week he calls on Stevenson to handle the driving duties. Howmacs Pride will reunite with Campbell from post two after finishing second her last start out in 2:02. For the complete list of entries, results or live broadcast go to www.redshores.ca by Bo Ford, for Red Shores

Summerside, PE - It's trot night at Red Shores Summerside Tuesday, with the Atlantic Sires Stakes - Meridian Farms two-year-old and three-year-old trot taking center stage. Post time is 7 pm. Stakes action gets under way in the third race with seven two-year-olds making their career debuts for a purse of $8, 820. Paymenowpaymelater leaving from post 2 is the morning line favourite for owner Wade Peconi of Stanchel. Earl Watts trains the two-year-old Northern Bailey - Credibility filly and will hand the lines to veteran driver Kenny Arsenault. Paymenowpaymelater is coming off an impressive qualifier where she was a going away winner in 2:09 with Arsenault in the sulky. She will do battle with Dusty Lane Jacob from the rail (Clare MacDonald), B J Matador gets post 3 fresh off a 2:13.3 qualifying victory for owner-trainer Bert Honkoop, Brian MacPhee will do the driving. The field also includes Bayriver (3-1), Oceanview Roz (6-1), Rustico Lighthouse (7-2) and Phoenician (10-1). Race 5 features the first division of the three-year-old trotters, Saulsbrook Pippa has been saddled with post 6 after a 2:03.1 victory in the Maple Leaf Trot with Corey MacPherson in the bike. The winner of $11,681 in lifetime earnings is owned by John Pineau of Hunter River and Myron Ford of Harrington, Pineau also handles the training duties, MacPherson will drive. Wait For Me will have post one in the second division of the two-year-old trotters, Wait For Me is a full sister to former Maritime Champion and Red Shores Summerside's current track record holder Waiting On A Woman. The daughter of Northern Bailey - Southwind Faith is owned and bred by Mitchell and David Tierney, Mark McKinnon does the training and driving. Last season's Maritime Breeders and Breeders Crown champion Phantom Beau will compete in the final division of the three-year-old trotters. He was victorious in his last start for owner Peter Breau of Moncton. Phantom Beau will leave from post 7 at 4-1 odds, Pineau does the training and Arsenault will handle the driving duties against seven other rivals. Oceanview Rose is one of those rivals, she picked up a 205.4 victory in her division of the Maple Leaf Trot last Wednesday for owner-trainer Bill Roloson, Mike Stevenson who is closing in on win number 1,500, will drive. Outside The Wire is the morning-line choice in the Race 11 feature, last time out he was a winner in 157.1 for owners Andrew Avery and John Brodrick, Craig Avery is the trainer and Brodie MacPhee will do the driving from post 4. Putnam Mackenzie leaving from the 3 spot ships in from Ontario where she was a winner in her last start in 1:56 over the powerful Woodbine circuit, Kent Livingston of Cornwall and Dan Livingston of Stratford are now the owners with Alan Taylor taking over the training duties from former Gold Cup and Saucer winner Dean Nixon, Gary Chappell is scheduled to do the driving. The rest of the field includes Tyber Champ (Edward Strongman), Capitalism (Jason Hughes), All Out (Kenny Murphy) and R Sonoflife (Marc Campbell). For the complete list of entries, results or live broadcast go to www.redshores.ca by Bo Ford, for Red Shores  

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