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Charlottetown, PE - Windemere Express, with Michael McGuigan in the bike, won the preferred pace Saturday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. McGuigan placed Windemere Express In The Pocket behind pace setter Wild Dragon (Terry Gallant) and stalked the leader through fast fractions of 27.1, 56.1 and 1:25.4 before blasting up the passing lane for the victory. The time of the mile was a sparkling 1:55.4. Lucky Encounter (Walter Cheverie) and Greatheart Hanover (Jason Hughes) completed the triactor. Windemere Express, owned by John Thompson, Charlottetown and trained by Earl Watts, paid $22.20 to win. The 4-1-3 combination returned $276.40. In other action, Vernicavermillion ended Dirt Track Momma's winning streak taking the open mares class in 1:55.1. Brodie MacPhee did the driving for his grandfather Alex MacPhee, Clyde River. Neil Bambrick is the trainer. The mare has been perfect in her last three starts. Lucky Boot Cam won the Billy Affleck Memorial in exciting fashion holding off a late charge from Pinner to notch her third win of the season for driver Jason Hughes, trainer Stephen Quinn and owners Donald and Steven MacRae of Vernon Bridge. The mile was 1:56.2 Trainer Garth Cole had a great night sending out Jarretts Jet who won the third race for MacPhee. Cole drove I Aint No Lady to victory in the trot division in 2:03.2. Total handle was $35,169 by Lee A. Drake  

Charlottetown, PE - Balanchine will headline the Preferred Pace Saturday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Post time for the 13 dash event is 6pm. Red Shores Summerside will host an action packed Labour Day program on Monday with 13 races. Post time is 1pm. Balanchine, owned by Mike Pollard, Stratford and Joey Gallant, Charlottetown, drew post 7 in the evening's top class for driver Brodie MacPhee and the grounds leading trainer Jackie Matheson. The nine-year-old gelding, who is coming off a third place 1:53.2 performance, makes his 15 start this season and a trip to victory lane will mark his 50th lifetime win. Wild Dragon and Terry Gallant are listed at 3-1 on the morning line while Foxyhall Racing will send out two stable stars with Lucky Encounter, with Walter Cheverie driving, and Greatheart Hanover for Jason Hughes. The line-up also includes Forever Paradise, Windemere Express, Machinthesand and Pownal Bay Mustang. Dirt Track Momma takes her winning streak into the Fillies and Mares open in race 10. Trainer Jonah Moase has listed Kenny Arsenault to do the driving from post 4. Race analyst Les MacIsaac has number four on top and is leaning on JK Special for the runner-up spot. "She's still about as steady as any mare in the region and the only thing that her halted her top three run last time was the seven hole," said MacIsaac. "She moves four spots to her left (post 3) so that should her right back in the thick of it." To check out Les's top picks go to Summerside, PE - Red Shores Summerside is ready to go with a 13 dash program Monday. Post time is 1pm with all the action be carried with the live broadcast at The traditional holiday program from the Prince County oval has King of Rock leading the charge in the top class for owners Barry, Trevor and Kevin Doyle of Earnscliffe. The son of Rocknroll Hanover is 10 for 25 in top three finishes this season and hasn't been worse than second in his last six starts. Brodie MacPhee gets the driving assignment from conditioner Darren Trainer. Every Day has drawn the rail for driver Brian Andrew and his owners William and Rachel Andrew while Bet the House leaves from post 2 for Walter Cheverie. Additional chart lines will be announced on Bet the House, who finished seventh after a break at the start on Thursday, and Creighton Hanover rallied for fourth on the same program. Mark Bradley gets the call to drive in this contest. Narragansett and Norris Rogers go into the event riding a two-race winning streak for Foxyhall Racing of Summerside and their trainer Dale Sobey. Ultimate Faith, who competed in the Spud Island Classic, and Cambest Kisser, owned by Donald and Stephan MacRae, Vernon Bridge, could also knock off the favorite for driver Jason Hughes. Rogers picks up another live drive in the afternoon back-up class when he handles Paphos for Donnie Milligan of Tyne Valley. The pacing veteran won by five lengths in his last start in 1:56.1. The Open trotters move to the historic oval on Monday with Zip the Lip landing on the cones for Brian MacPhee. MacPhee reached career win 1,700 Thursday in Charlottetown. Abundaspin, 5-2 odds, is listed as the one to beat as Harold Shepherd handles the teenager for owner Mikaela Lustic, Warren Grove. Caliban Hanover, owned by Wendell MacDonald of Cornwall, will try to spoil the party from post 7 for driver Ron Gass. For race programs, top picks from Jared Stretch or live video go to by Lee A. Drake  

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - The two-year-old trotters will meet for stakes action Thursday night at Red Shores at The Charlottetown Driving Park. First race post time is 7 pm for the 12-dash card, with two divisions of the Blair Andrew Memorial for two-year-old trotters going to post in races 2 and 6. Bo Digger is favored in race 6 for trainer-driver Marc Campbell and owner Zack MacEwen of Stratford. The Bo W freshman was a winner in 2:06.3 during Old Home Week racing, the fastest pari-mutuel mile trotted by any horse in the stake. Race analyst Les MacIsaac also lays his faith in Bo Digger to deliver. "He's a high risk proposition but then, most young trotters are," MacIsaac says. "He was a winner two starts back and with Marc setting track records on a daily basis, this might be one he doesn't have yet." Also in the field is Southfield Shadow (Terry Gallant), Ice Pop (Ron Gass), Hope Chest (Walter Cheverie), Lets Trade Ladies (Garth Cole) and Windemere Image (Gary Chappell). The $7,825 split in race 2 has a compact five-horse field with a field lacking any stakes winners so far in their careers. The race includes, from the rail out, IC Caviar (Joey Pineau), Usain Colt (Campbell), Seanchai (Mark McKinnon), Scarlet MacDream (Darryl Maclean), and Lace (Brian Andrew). The pacing feature lines up in race 11 with eight pacers competing for a purse of $2,000. Roscoes Child is the morning line favorite off the rail for driver Brodie MacPhee, trainer Raymond White and owner Selkirk stable of Belfast. The Collector Rd seven-year-old has not missed the board in his last seven starts. He will have lots of competition including Camcun (Kenny Arsenault) from post 2, Van Zant (Ron Matheson) with post 5 fresh off a 1:54.4 victory Gold Cup and Saucer night, and Creighton Hanover (Chappell) shouldered with the outer post 7. The card's overnight trot feature will line up in race 4 for $1,100 with top entries including Saulsbrook Balance (Willie Murphy), Lyrical Lindy (Corey MacPherson) and Delta Dental (Ron Gass). Live racing continues Saturday night at 6 pm in Charlottetown, while Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway will race on Monday afternoon at 1 pm for a special Labour Day card. There will be no Sunday afternoon card in Summerside this week. All the action will be streamed live from by Nicholas Oakes  

Charlottetown, PE - Gold Cup finalist Proven Lover will take on a power-packed field in the $2,400 feature Saturday at Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Post time to kick off the action is 6pm. Red Shores Summerside will host a 13 dash program on Sunday with stakes stars invading the Prince County oval at 1pm. Proven Lover, owned by Casey Gavin, Tignish, PE, will leave from post 6 in race 12 with Terry Gallant listed to drive for trainer Thane Mann. The nine-year-old pacing star was roughed up in the Gold Cup trial to finish third and then placed fifth in the final where he was charted in 1:52.4. Touch of Lightning, who became the fasted Island bred horse when he stopped the timer in an incredible 1:53 flat in the Premier's pace has drawn post 4 for driver Earl Smith and his connections of Don and Peter Smith, Larry Chappell and Gerald Morrissey while Governor's Plate winner Wild Dragon starts from post 5 for catch-driver Walter Cheverie. Here is the complete field from the rail out J V S Ring (pp1), All Turain (pp2), Big League (pp3), Touch of Lightning (pp4), Wild Dragon (pp5), Proven Lover (pp6), Cambest Kisser (pp7) and Greatheart Hanover (pp8). The open trotter will share in the stage in race 3 with top guns Zip the Lip (Brian MacPhee), Abundaspin (Harold Shepherd) and Caliban Hanover (Ron Gass) hooking up in the $1,800 contest. For live video, Horse Player Interactive information or race programs go to Summerside, PE - The two-year-old stars of harness racing will strut their stuff Sunday at Red Shores Summerside with six divisions of the Joe O'Brien Memorial for colts while the fillies compete in six splits of the Lady Slipper. The action will be carried live from with HPI players getting in on the program. In the first O'Brien gold, Dumas Walker, named after the Kentucky Headhunters hit in the 1990's, puts his winning streak on the line in race 6. Myles Heffernan will drive the colt who has been perfect since the mis-cue at Summerside in the Callbeck stake. Settlement Request and JJ Laser will try to knock off the favorite. Tobins Fusion headlines the other O'Brien Gold division for Gilles Barrieau. The Western Paradise colt has banked $11,523 this season for Boyd MacDonald Produce Ltd, Daniel Ross and Charlie Seymour. The undefeated filly Lovineveryminute steps on the racetrack in the Lady Slipper gold event in race 8 for trainer Earl Watts. The filly is five for five with $18,792 to her credit since July 1. Owner Reg MacPherson and his trainer Kevin MacLean send out Saulsbrook Alana from post 5. The MacPherson-MacLean combination has been red hot lately. Dusty Lane Dora, trained by Elton Miller, is 5-2 on the morning line for the next Lady Slipper Gold in race 12. Corey MacPherson gets the driving assignment for owner Ron Gass, Cornwall. For race programs, Jared's Picks and up to the minute results go to by Lee A. Drake  

Charlottetown, PE – Machinthesand, with Brodie MacPhee in the bike, made it three wins in a row in the feature event Thursday night at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. MacPhee sent the son of Mach Three through splits of 27.4, 57 and 1:26.2 before stopping the timer in 1:55.2. Mark Bradley trains the gelding for Noonan Holding Ltd – Russell and Karen Noonan, Middleton. Creighton Hanover was second for Gary Chappell while Comeback and Lenny Myers were third. Driver-trainer Patrick Shepherd made his arrival for Old Home Week. The young Stratford native drove two winners on the program including Lakers Vett who matched the fastest mile of the night of 1:55.2 Kenny Arsenault also recorded a driving double that included the evening trot’s class with Sandhill Angel for owner-trainer Glen Claybourne of Charlottetown. Arsenault will drive States Treasurer in trial one of the Sobeys Gold Cup & Saucer Saturday night. Driver Terry Gallant also hits the top of the leader board after driving two winners on the night. For complete results go to Racing returns Friday. Post time is 7pm.   Lee Drake

Charlottetown, PE – A pre-race thunderstorm couldn’t dampen the action Saturday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino. The track crew worked on the legendary CDP oval while first race post time was delayed until 6:15pm. They had it ready to roll when the action resumed as the 12 dash program featured two divisions of leg one of the Spud Island Classic presented by the PEI Potato Board. Dirt Track Momma, under the command of Island’s leading driver Marc Campbell won her fourth in a row capturing the first division in 1:56 flat for owner-trainer Jonah Moase of Cornwall. Leaving from post three, Campbell released Mach Raiser and driver Mike Stevenson down the backstretch as they raced to the opening quarter in 27,3 but then came back out to power to the front and breeze through fractions of 57.2 and 1:27 to give the mare her 12th victory of the season. Private Joke was second for Gary Chappell while Brodys Leona and Corey MacPherson rallied late to complete triactor. JK Special, owned by Joe Smallwood, Stratford, made her move up the passing lane to take the second division of the Spud Island Classic in 1:57.1. Walter Cheverie engineered the winning trip drafting behind pace sitter Block Party until the head of lane before outsprinting Bunny Mach (Jason Hughes) and Doober Hoozzitz (Terry Gallant) for the win. In other action, Caliban Hanover, with Ron Gass in the bike, defeated the open trotters in gate to wire fashion. The Wendell MacDonald owned trotter turned back Abundaspin (Harold Shepherd) and Honymoonisover (Brian Andrew) in 2:00.3 score. Gilles Barrrieau had a four win performance on the program while Walter Cheverie and trainers Blaine Mckenna and Ron Gass recorded two winners. For complete results go to By Lee Drake  

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE – Balanchine will search for his second win in a row in the race 11 preferred pace Saturday night at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at The Charlottetown Driving Park. First race post time for the 12-dash card is 6 pm. Balanchine, named after famous dance choreographer George Balanchine, has drawn post 5 in the $2,200 event after winning his last start in 1:56.4. Ron Matheson was in the bike for that start but trainer Jack Matheson has listed Brodie MacPhee to drive the pacer. Balanchine is owned by Mike Pollard of Stratford and Joey Gallant of Charlottetown. A tough challenge looks to come from the outside, with Lucky Encounter (Walter Cheverie) from post 7 for trainer Dale Sobey and owner Foxyhall Racing Stable of Wallace, N.S. Another threat will be Blue Star Outlaw from post 2 with Mark Bradley in the bike for trainer Jason Hughes, who will be competing in Truro, N.S., that night. Other entries are Inspired Art (Corey MacPherson), IDK (Vincent Poulton), Come Back (Lenny Myers), and Carnivore (Gary Chappell). Race analyst Les MacIsaac selects Balanchine to win the event. “He was sharp in his first start of the season then seemed to tail off for a while,” MacIsaac says. “With a pair of wins and an equal number of seconds in his last five starts it's safe to say the slump is over. Top call.” The co-feature is the race 9 fillies and mares open for a purse of $2,200. Trainer Hughes has drawn the inside posts with Lucky Boot Cam (MacPhee) leaving from the rail and Bunny Mach (Bradley) with post 2. Donald and Steven MacRae of Vernon Bridge own both mares, with Lucky Boot Cam winning her Atlantic Aged Pacing mares series leg Sunday in Truro in 1:58.2, while Bunny Mach is winless since moving east in the spring. Also in that field is Highland Dancer (Ron Matheson), Ovation Killean (Vaughan Doyle), April Dawns Star (John Holmes), Private Joke (Chappell), JK Special (Cheverie) and Putyourwhipaway (Brad Smith). The $1,750 back-up class lines up in race 7 with top entries including Roscoes Child (Ken Murphy), Pownal Bay Mustang (Bradley) and Pinner (Chappell). Erwin Andrew memorial highlights Red Shores Summerside card SUMMERSIDE, PE – The first leg of Erwin Andrew memorial aged trotting mares series headlines a 13-dash card Sunday at Red Shores at The Summerside Raceway with a 1 pm first race post time. The first division lines up in race 6 for $3,000. Anita Blossom has the rail for driver Brian MacPhee and owner-trainer Ambyr Campbell. The Amigo Hall mare has been inconsistent in 2013 but when she puts it together she is a force to be reckoned with. Her top competition will come from JK Queen (Cheverie) from post 2, and Honeymoonisover (Brian Andrew) from post 6. Other entries are Delta Dental (Ron Gass), Lyrical Lindy (MacPherson), Sandhill Angel (Holmes), Hopedale Dora (Joey Pineau), and Dee Dee Pucker (Harold Shepherd). The other division lines up in race 8 with Real Housewife (Brian MacPhee) drawing the rail for trainer Danny Romo and owner Grayland Farm of Pugwash. The four-year-old Ken Warkentin mare had been racing at Woodbine Raceway in Toronto, and shows trotting consistent miles in 1:55-1:56. Buckling Banbury (MacPherson) will be a real threat from post 2, as the mare, owned by Bill, Blake and Brian Andrew, has proven to be a consistent 2:00 trotter over the Island’s half-mile tracks. Another contender is post 5 entry My Daisy Duke (Chappell) who trotted the fastest trotting half mile of 56.4 in Maritime history Saturday in a Charlottetown qualifier. Other entries are Centrifical Force (Bradley), Incredible Her Bee (Lenny Myers), Berto Coquette (Terry Gallant), Mile Hill Belle (Paul Morrison), and Who Took That (Mike McGuigan). The $1,850 pacing feature goes in race 12 with Paphos (Cheverie) favored from post 4 for owner-trainer Don Milligan of Tyne Valley. Other top entries are Narragansett (Norris Rogers) and Outlawpositivcharg (Gallant). All the action will be streamed live from By Nicholas Oakes

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE – Veteran pacer Outlawpositivcharg will face off with some younger competition Thursday night at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at The Charlottetown Driving Park. First race post time for the 12-dash card is 7 pm. Race 12 will feature nine-year-old Outlawpositivcharg with post 7 in the eight horse $1,950 showdown. Terry Gallant will drive the Blissfull Hall pacer for trainer Thane Mann and owner Fred Lamont of Calgary. From post 2 is Astronomical Union, who has been sharp so far in his four-year-old campaign and enlists the driving services of Mark Bradley for trainer Kevin MacLean and owner Reginald MacPherson of Stratford. Another real threat comes from the rail with Camcun, who has Jason Hughes in the bike subbing in for trainer Kenny Arsenault who is racing in Truro that night. Other entries are Samba Hanover (Norman Myers), Windemere Nancy (Mike McGuigan), Matt Trapper (Brian Andrew), Artners In Crime (Ron Matheson), and Panacotta (Blaine Baglole). Zip The Lip is likely to go off as the favorite from post 5 in the race 4 $1,300 trot class for driver Brian MacPhee, trainer Donald Sweet and owner the estate of Melvin Willis. The speedy trotter just posted a qualifying win of 1:59.4 Saturday in Charlottetown, but had been plagued with breaking problems in his previous starts. He will look for redemption Thursday but joins up with respectable company including Saulsbrook Balance (Willie Murphy) from post 2 and Duvar Road (Myers) from post 7. Other entries include Mile Hill Belle (Paul Morrison), Scarlet Patti (Darryl MacLean), BJ Eldorado (Walter Cheverie), BJ High Meadow (Bert Honkoop), and Diamond Mine (Bradley). The $1,550 race 7 back-up class features Governor’s Plate finalist First Art Down favoured from post 6 for driver Cheverie, trainer Jackie Matheson and owner Bruce Wood of Marshfield. The Articulator pacer posted a mile in 1:55.2 over Red Shores Summerside while finishing sixth in the $22,000 Governor’s Plate final. His biggest challenges look to come from Ultimate Faith (Hughes) and Pembroke Fella (MacPhee). Live racing continues on P.E.I. with a card Saturday night at 6 pm in Charlottetown and Sunday at 1 pm at Red Shores Summerside with the first leg of the Erwin Andrew Memorial for aged trotting mares. by Nicholas Oakes  

A power packed harness racing card goes postward Monday night at Red Shores at The Summerside Raceway, highlighted by Governor's Plate elimination two as Lobster Carnival Week racing continues.

The first leg of the Atlantic Aged Mares Pacing series will highlight the Saturday evening harness racing card at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at The Charlottetown Driving Park.

Doober Hoozzitz and harness racing driver Terry Gallant won the mares open feature event Thursday at Red Shores at Charlottetown Driving Park. The victory of 1:56 flat was a new pacing record for the mare who is owned by Fred Lamont of Calgary Alberta.

Proven Lover blasted off the gate to take command of the field and never looked back on route to a blistering 1:53.1 mile in the second harness racing elimination of the Cecil Ladner Memorial Saturday at Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park.

The Maritime superstars will hit the track Saturday with two eliminations of the Cecil Ladner Memorial while the colts and fillies compete in the Maritime Breeders eliminations. Post time is 6pm. The hrness racing action will be carried live at

Doober Hoozzitz won the Fillies and Mares Open Thursday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park.

Outlawpositivcharg, with harness racing driver Terry Gallant at the controls, recorded the fastest mile of 2013 with a 1:56.2 performance Thursday night at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park.

The stars are out in full force for a 13 dash harness racing program Saturday at Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Post time is 6pm.

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