CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. —
The highest pacing mares in Japanese Canada will sq. off once more this afternoon at Pink Shores on the Charlottetown Riding Park.
The 12-dash card starts at 12:30 p.m. with the highest mares tempo of the day lining up in Race 11 for a $2,550 handbag. The Time To Win comes into the race wearing a win and 2nd in her ultimate two begins with Corey MacPherson subbing in as the driving force for coach Jackie Matheson and proprietor Woodmere Farms of Marshfield. The five-year-old daughter of Western Ideally suited is a three-time winner this season racing essentially at Rideau Carleton Raceway out of doors Ottawa.
Maritime champion Arc Mild strikes into elderly festival on this race however the three-year-old filly has rail keep watch over for trainer-driver Marc Campbell and proprietor Grayland Farm of Gulf Shore, N.S. Dancers Move (David Dowling) was once a winner in her ultimate two begins however takes on her hardest take a look at to this point on this race leaving from Submit 3.
“The Time To Win was once a bang-up 2nd ultimate week in spite of being first up ahead of the part so if she’s in a position to select up some quilt nowadays as an alternative of offering it she’ll be arduous to disclaim,” stated race analyst Les MacIsaac.
Freddie and Megastar Picture are set to tangle within the Race 11 open trot for a $2,300 pot. Megastar Picture cruised to victory in his newest with a 28.four ultimate panel for motive force Hughes and coach Kevin Gillis. The veteran has Submit Three nowadays whilst Freddie (Campbell) leaves from Submit 2. Labero has quietly put in combination a forged season with 5 wins, fives 2nd and 3 thirds and has rail keep watch over with Walter Cheverie within the seat.
Compiled through Nicholas Oakes for Pink Shores.
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