Day At The Track

Rash B Havior captures Red Shores Feature

09:59 AM 10 Oct 2017 NZDT
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Summerside Raceway, Harness Racing
Summerside Raceway

SUMMERSIDE, PE - After a bump in the road in last week's harness racing feature event, Rash B Havior regained his stride while claiming the Holiday Monday feature at Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway.

Leading driver Marc Campbell continued his record breaking season with three wins on the program, propelling him to at least a temporary tie for fourth place in wins among Canadian drivers with Trevor Henry at 206 wins in 2017. Rash B Havior was the last of Campbell's wins on the 12-dash Summerside card as the Michael Peters trained and owned pacer scored a mild upset in the $2,200 feature event at 5-1 odds after being a beaten favorite last start. Time of the mile was 1:55.2 with second place going to Likely To Win (Driven by Adam Merner) with Machinthesand (Ken Murphy) completing the $126.80 triactor.

Campbell's other scores came with Bet Er All in a 1:57.2 score for trainer Ralph Sweet of O'Leary and with Souverain in a time of 1:59.4 for Phil Sizer of Kensington.

Gary Chappell had a strong opener to the program, as the Summerside Raceway's all-time leading dash winner won the first three races on the card. Neal was a 2:00.2 winner for driver Chappell and trainer Brian Andrew of Milton, Glenview Pippa won in 2:01.1 for trainer Donald Milligan of Tyne Valley and Now Whos The Queen won in 2:01for trainer Stacey Lund of Stratford.

Woodmere Ideal Art was an impressive winner as the two-year-old son of Articulator took a new lifetime best of 1:57.3 against aged company in a $1,400 conditioned class. Jason Hughes was in the bike for trainer Sifroi Melanson and owner Ultimate Stable of Greater Lakeburn, N.B.

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By Nicholas Oakes For Red Shores

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