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CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - After being shouldered with the far outside in his Governor's Plate elimination and the final, Euchred will breath a slight sigh of relief looking at the harness racing program Saturday evening at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The Michael Dowling trained pacer will leave from post 5 in a field of six entrants in the race 10 preferred pace with first race post time at 6 P.M. for the 11-dash card. Walter Cheverie picks up the catch drive on Euchred for owner Kayla Habicht Walker of Inverness, N.S., as he squares off with five foes in the $3,000 event including two other Governor's Plate finalists. Czar Seelster leaves from post 3 in the preferred pace with Mike McGuigan subbing in for regular driver Kenny Arsenault after finishing sixth in Prince County's biggest race. Cecil Ladner Memorial champion Bugsy Maguire has post 6 with trainer Wade Sorrie electing to drive himself on Saturday evening after the horse was fifth in the $25,000 Governor's Plate final last Saturday. Sock It Away has rail control with Corey MacPherson in the bike for trainer Kevin MacLean, as the son of Pang Shui sports a win and a second in just two East Coast starts this season. Race analyst Les MacIsaac will look to the post draw of Euchred as he places him in the top spot. "Euchred has battled outside posts for the better part of the year against the best in the Maritimes but you'd never know it looking at his summary, 10 top three finishes from 11 tries," MacIsaac said. "With this being the closest he's been to the rail in a month we'll treat him as the one to beat." Also in the field is Adkins Hanover (Driven by Ambyr Campbell) and Rollwithitharry (Ron Matheson). Race 6 of the evening is the Clan MacPhail Reunion 2019 pace with Hes Marvalous the morning line favourite in the $2,500 class from post 3 with Myles Heffernan Sr., in the bike for trainer Myles Heffernan Jr., and owner Jackie Heffernan of Summerville. The six-year-old son of Delmarvalous failed to get a cheque in Governor's Plate elimination and consolation action but had a solid summary of on-the-board finishes beforehand. Other top entries are Give Em Heck (Matheson) and JJ Powerball (Sorrie). Red Shores, Standardbred Canada, Prince Edward Island Horse Owners Association is proud to support National Caretakers Day on the program with special videos, prize giveaways and presentations. Standardbred groom Alexis Gass will be special guest on the Inside Track with host Peter MacPhee Saturday at 5:35pm. The interview segment will be broadcast on the Red Shores TV network. Catch all the action live at the track or tune into the worldwide broadcast at www.Redshores.ca. Mantario Headlines Red Shores Summerside Feature Mantario turned in one of the biggest performances of Governor's Plate night and will try to replicate that magic Sunday afternoon at Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway. The 12-dash Sunday card kicks off at 1 P.M. and Mantario is pegged for the top spot in the $2,600 race 12 finale. Alex Sobey will drive his own trainee from post 7 in the absence of regular driver Kenny Arsenault, who will be competing in stakes action in Nova Scotia. Owned by Walter Simmons of Summerside, Mantario was a winner in 1:54.3 in his latest but will have to overcome post 7 to find the winner's circle Sunday afternoon. Woodmere Ideal Art was second to him in that latest race and will retain the series of Norris Rogers from post 6 on Sunday. Post 1 belongs to Red Magician with Adam Merner at the lines for trainer Melissa Rennie, with the horse fresh off a third place finish to Mantario on 'Plate' night. Also in the field is Twice As Bright (Driven by Ken Murphy), Mando Fun (Corey MacPherson), Pictonian Storm (Myles Heffernan Sr.), Midnight Matt (Jason Hughes) and City Of The Year (Dr. Mitchell Downey). Medici Hanover rides a two-race win streak into race 8 for a $1,800 purse and gets the good fortune of drawing post 1. The co-track record holder for three-year-old pacing fillies at the Summerside Raceway, Medici Hanover is trained by Don Milligan for owners Kent Williams of Ellerslie, Andrew Williams of Richmond and Lyndon Hardy of Coleman. The back-up pace hits the track in race 10 with $2,300 in purse money at stake. Morning line favourite Dangle Ona Dime has an impressive array of five straight top-two finishes coming into the event and draws post 2 for driver MacPherson and trainer Duane MacEachern. Other top entries include Union Man Hanover (Downey) and Brandons Glory (John Davidson). Red Shores, Standardbred Canada, and Prince County Horsemen's Club is proud to support National Caretakers Day on the program with special videos, prize giveaways and presentations. Standardbred groom Jansen Sweet will be special guest on the Inside Track with host Rocky Schurman Sunday at 12:35pm. The interview segment will be broadcast on the Red Shores TV network. Go to www.Redshores.ca for live video, race programs, promotional plays and more. By Nicholas Oakes For Red Shores

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - With the conclusion of another successful Governor's Plate Week at Red Shores Summerside, the harness racing action returns to the capital oval with 11-dashes on tap Thursday evening at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The first race of the evening is scheduled for a 6:30 P.M. start time and the top pace of the mid-week program lines up in the finale. Prettyndangerous is selected for the top spot in the morning line odds with post 3 in race 11 and David Dowling back above the wheels for trainer and co-owner Bo Ford and co-owner Arnold Myers of Charlottetown. The nine-year-old daughter of Armbro Deuce was impressive her last start in Charlottetown with a 1:57.2 victory but made a break in stride last week in Summerside to finish fourth. Miss Sangria leaves from post 2 fresh off a trio of second place finishes. With regular driver Adam Merner absent, owner Alex MacPhee of Clyde River will have his granddaughter Ambyr Campbell drive Miss Sangria for trainer Melissa Rennie. One Hot Camshaft drops out of the open mares ranks to land in Thursday's $2,000 finale for driver Ken Murphy and trainer Frank Hansen. Race analyst Les MacIsaac admits Prettyndangerous may be the class of the field but with her recent breaks he will side with One Hot Camshaft for the win position. "One Hot Camshaft went up against the open mares a couple of times at Summerside and while she didn't get much, she didn't look totally out of place," MacIsaac said. "The bit of class relief she gets tonight makes her a potential sleeper." Also in the field is Dreas Good Powow (Driven by Corey MacPherson) from post 1, Charlottes Western (Marc Campbell), Paythelinebluechip (Gordie Hennessey) and Julep Hanover (Kenny Arsenault). Freddie and Star Photo will again lock bridles in the race 9 Open trot with a $2,250 pot at play. Star Photo rides a two-race win streak into the event fresh off a 1:58.2 aged gelding track record at Red Shores Summerside in the Andrew Perry Memorial Trot. Jason Hughes will again handle the post 5 starter for trainer Kevin Gillis and owners Robi Hughes, James Perrot and Eric MacLauchlan of Stratford and Blair MacLauchlan of Charlottetown. Freddie has post 4 for trainer-driver Campbell while Hop Up (MacPherson) will look to replicate her eight-length romp on July 4 from post position 2. Race 5 is the Stars For Life Foundation pace as Girl With Attitude (Murphy) leads the field from post 4 for trainer Fred Paynter of Kensington. Red Shores, Standardbred Canada, and Prince Edward Island Horse Owners Association is proud to support National Caretakers Day on the program with special videos, prize giveaways and presentations. Standardbred groom Abby Clow will be special guest on the Inside Track with host Kurt Hughes Thursday at 6:15pm. The interview segment will be broadcast on the Red Shores TV network. For race programs, live video and more go to www.Redshores.ca. By Nicholas Oakes For Red Shores

Summerside police have confirmed they are investigating at least three complaints relating to strange incidents at the Red Shores Summerside Raceway. Police said Monday they are looking into reports of a theft on May 29, damage being done to tires on a cart on June 9 and a horse sustaining unexplained injuries on June 12. No further information was available yet, but the investigations remain ongoing. Users of the raceway’s stables are concerned about the safety of their horses and property as unexplained vandalism like this has been a recent problem. Some have said they intend to install security cameras for peace of mind. “Without the security cameras, we can’t be 100 per cent sure. Horses can get into trouble themselves, but they don’t need some stranger coming here and unlocking them and then getting hurt as a result,” said Vance Cameron, the track announcer. RELATED: Horses hurt, tires slashed at Red Shores Racetrack in Summerside Reprinted with permission of The Guardian

SUMMERSIDE, PE - A three-wide move up the backstretch etched Rose Run Quest’s name in the harness racing history books in the 51st running of the Governor’s Plate presented by Township Chevrolet and Noonan Petroleum Saturday evening at Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway. In line to trainer-driver Marc Campbell in the $25,000 Governor’s Plate final, Rose Run Quest (If I Can Dream) sat back and watched an early tussle between post 1 starter Down On Luck (Driven by Walter Cheverie) and 2017 champion Do Over Hanover (Jason Hughes) through a first quarter in 27 seconds. Do Over Hanover found himself in control at that station then Bugsy Maguire (Myles Heffernan Sr.) pulled first-over with Rose Run Quest following that cover through a half in 56.1. Before the three-quarters in 1:25, Rose Run Quest made his three-wide move and cleared to the lead to win by open lengths in 1:53. Do Over Hanover was second, while Down On My Luck rounded out the triactor and Euchred (David Dowling) finished fourth. Blair Hansen of Charlottetown holds the ownership papers of Rose Run Quest. Prior to that start of the 51st running of the Governor’s Plate, post 3 starter Burn Out Hanover was involved in an altercation that unseated driver Gilles Barrieau and saw the horse loose and scratched from the race. Both horse and driver left the track under their own power. Dowling claimed his first Basil Whelan Memorial trophy for leading driver of Governor’s Plate week on the Saturday program. Dowling was also the top percentage driver of the week with a sparkling .444 average presented by Xtreme Coatings Ltd and the Prince County Horsemen’s Club. Earlier on the card, Sodwana Bay won the $8,500 Governor’s Plate Filles and Mares Open final in a mile time of 1:55 for trainer-driver Barrieau and owners Howmac Farms of North Wiltshire and Wayne MacRae of Fall River, N.S. Half Cut scored a 1:54.4 win in the $5,000 Governor’s Plate consolation with Mark Bradley driving for trainer Tom Weatherbie. The two $12,700 Atlantic Sires Stakes A-divisions for three-year-old pacing colts were won by Purple Poet (Kenny Arsenault) in 1:56.4 and Red Dirt Rocknroll (Dowling) in 1:58.4. Star Photo scored a new track record for aged trotting males in the $2,500 Andrew Perry Memorial trot with a 1:58.2 time for driver Hughes, trainer Kevin Gillis and owners Robi Hughes, Eric MacLauchlan and James Perrot of Stratford and Blair MacLauchlan of Charlottetown. Live racing continues Thursday and Saturday at Red Shores Charlottetown and next Sunday (July 21) at Red Shores Summerside. By Nicholas Oakes For Red Shores

SUMMERSIDE, PE - The road to the harness racing winner's circle in the 51st running of the Governor's Plate became a little more complicated for the two elimination winners after drawing outside post positions for the final race of Governor's Plate week 2019 at Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway. First race post time is 6:30 P.M. for the premier program with the final of 16-dashes seeing eight entrants line up in the $25,000 Township Chevrolet/Noonan Petroleum Governor's Plate final. Rose Run Quest dominated his elimination last Sunday afternoon with a front end score leaving from post 2 in 1:54.1 for trainer-driver Marc Campbell and owner Blair Hansen of Charlottetown. Tuesday's post draw was not as kind as the If I Can Dream gelding was given post 6 for the final. Defending champion Czar Seelster came to life in his $5,000 Governor's Plate elimination, winning the other division in 1:54.3 with the winning combination of driver Kenny Arsenault and trainer Todd Weatherbee for owner Tammy Johnston of Stratford. The veteran 10-year-old Stonebridge Regal pacer will have to make things work out from post 7 to defend his title Saturday. With a kinder post draw, Down On My Luck will have rail control in 'Plate' 51 with Walter Cheverie picking up the steer for trainer Patrick Shepherd and owner Robert Woodburn of St. Thomas, Ont. The five-year-old was a second place finisher to Czar Seelster Sunday with Jason Hughes at the lines, but Hughes elected to drive post 4 starter Do Over Hanover in Saturday's final. Cecil Ladner Memorial champion Bugsy Maguire will attempt to fulfill a lifelong goal for hometown owner Walter Simmons of Summerside, who looks for his first ever Governor's Plate title. Myles Heffernan Sr., will steer the U.S. import from post 2 for trainer Wade Sorrie. Burn Out Hanover has post 3 after rallying from last place to make the final with a fourth place finish in elimination one. The winningest driver in the history of the Governor's Plate, Gilles Barrieau, will drive for trainer Jeff Holmes and owner Orwell Bay Stable of Orwell. The winner of the 2017 edition of the race, Do Over Hanover, leaves from post 4 with Hughes driving for trainer Chris MacKay and owners Donald MacRae of Vernon Bridge, Allard Racing of Saint-Esprit, Que., and Don MacNeill of Fort McMurray, Alta. Screen Test made the final in his first East Coast season after racing as a top three-year-old in Western Canada in 2018. Corey MacPherson handles the driving duties for trainer Stephen Gass and owners Kicking Horse Stable of York, and William Andrew of Calgary, Alta. The far outside belongs to post 8 starter Euchred for driver David Dowling, trainer Mike Dowling and owner Kayla Habicht Walker of Inverness, N.S. A runner-up in the 2018 edition, Euchred was third in his elimination Sunday after also leaving from post 8. Also on the top notch card will be the Atlantic Sires Stakes for three-year-old pacing colts, the $5,000 Governor's Plate consolation, the $2,500 Andrew Perry Invitational trot and the $8,500 Governor's Plate Fillies and Mares Open final among other top events. Check out www.Redshores.ca for race programs, live video, promotional plays and more. By Nicholas Oakes For Red Shores

SUMMERSIDE, PE - With a win streak at stake, Woodmere Oleksiak will try to continue her winning ways in Atlantic Sires Stakes harness racing action Friday evening at Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway as part of Governor's Plate Week racing. The Friday program has an even dozen dashes in store with the first race of the night hitting the track at 6:30 P.M. Woodmere Oleksiak is the favourite in her Atlantic Sires Stakes A-division for three-year-old pacing filles carrying a $12,700 purse in race 11. David Dowling will drive the daughter of Articulator from post 2 for trainer Earl Watts and owners Hollis Newson of Cornwall, Windemere Farms of Hampshire, and Nova Scotia owners Ric McNutt of Onslow Mountain and Debbie Denney of Brooklyn. The filly was winless in 17 tries until two starts ago where she broke her maiden in a 1:58.3 romp, then followed it up with a front end score in Atlantic Sires Stakes action June 30 at Inverness Raceway in Nova Scotia. Her top contenders in Friday's contest are Arc Light (Driven by Marc Campbell) from post 4 and Woodmere Tango (Clare MacDonald) with post 5. Cheeky Cherry receives top billing as the morning line choice in the other $12,700 sophomore filly A-division in race 9 with MacDonald training and driving for owner Earith Riley of Summerside. Other top entrants are Howmac Sabrina (Dowling) and Elm Grove Nellie (Spence). The program will also see a trio of three-year-old pacing filly B-divisions in races 2, 4 and 7 carrying $2,500 purses in each. The Bud Ramsay Memorial pace lines up in race 3 and early favourite Miss Sangria goes into the event fresh off a pair of second place finishes and draws post 6 for driver Adam Merner, trainer Melissa Rennie and owner Alex MacPhee of Clyde River. Race 12 is billed as the Medastar Memorial pace and Nogreatmischief will be the morning line favourite with post 2 for trainer-driver and co-owner Walter Cheverie of Nine Mile Creek and co-owner Brian Thompson of Charlottetown. Go to www.Redshores.ca for race programs, live video and more. By Nicholas Oakes For Red Shores

SUMMERSIDE, PE - Over 30 rookie pacing colts will begin their quest towards the Atlantic Breeder's Crown in harness racing stakes action Thursday evening at Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway as Governor's Plate Week racing continues. The 10-dash Thursday evening card gets underway at 6:30 P.M. featuring the Atlantic Sires Stakes for two-year-old pacing colts in a trio of A-divisions and two B-divisions. The first $9,080 A-split lines up in race 3 and Tasteslikeanother is favoured from the rail with Mark Bradley in the seat for trainer Tom Weatherbie and Island owners Kyle and Joseph Gardiner, Mike Currie and Jerry MacKinnon. The two-year-old son of Articulator has recorded one lifetime start so far in his young career with a fourth place finish pacing in 2:01 at Red Shores Charlottetown. Other top entrants in the field of five are Tobins Rebel (Driven by Gilles Barrieau) from post 4 after a 15-length romp in his qualifier and post 5 starter Scarlet Archer (Marc Campbell). Race 6 has another $9,080 A-division as the favourites continue to leave from post 1 with Krispy Crunch drawing the rail fresh off a third place finish in 2:00 in his debut for driver Mike McGuigan, trainer Len McGuigan and owner Jeff MacLennan of Charlottetown. Red Dirt Fulofhart (David Dowling) and Woodmere Rollex (Earl Smith) are also pegged as top contenders. Woodmere Rollhario headlines the final A-division in race 9 for driver Campbell, trainer Kevin MacLean and owner Reg MacPherson of Stratford. The only two-year-old in the program with two pari-mutuel starts, Woodmere Rollhario has yet to finish worse than second in his career. Other top entrants are JJ Austin (Barrieau) and Woodmere Rollnpop (Clare MacDonald). The $2,500 Atlantic Sires Stakes B-divisions are carded for races 5 and 8. A field of trotters hits the track in race 4 in Memory of Boyd Leslie for a $1,750 purse with Wedgewood favoured for driver Gary Chappell and owner-trainer Glenn Claybourne of Charlottetown. Race 7 is the Gentleman Jim's Restaurant Pace in Memory of Cam Cameron and Minor Wisdom draws into the race with a 1:58.3 victory in her last outing. Ambyr Campbell will command the daughter of American Ideal from post 2 for trainer Trevor Hicken and owner Perry Burke of Grosse-Ile., Quebec. For more information on Thursday's program along with promotional information go to www.Redshores. By Nicholas Oakes For Red Shores  

SUMMERSIDE, PE - There was no stopping Gettin Messi's advance to the winner's circle in Atlantic Sires Stakes action Tuesday evening at Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway as part of Governor's Plate Week of harness racing. Leaving from post 4 in his $6,180 Atlantic Sires Stakes three-year-old trot contest, Gettin Messi settled into third place but then driver Mike McGuigan launched the champion trotter first-over to secure the lead past the half-mile marker. Trained by Len McGuigan for owner Jamie Whalen of Avondale, the son of Armbro Barrister stopped the clock in 2:00 over a closing Thelastonestanding (Driven by Brian MacPhee). Third went to Dreamboat Annie (Barrieau). Ya Boy Bear (Delcrest Julian) won the second three-year-old sires stakes division in 2:00 for trainer-driver Marc Campbell and owner Michael Bailey of Morell. Richnsnotherndream (Kenny Arsenault) was second with race favourite Mile Hill Willie (Barrieau) recovering from an early break in stride to finish third. Little Miss Winnie won the final three-year-old split but the Arsenault driven trotter was placed back to seventh for being inside three consecutive pylons in the first quarter of the race. That placing put second-place finisher Ableway (Steven Shepherd) into the winner's circle while Hard Case (Mark Bradley) was placed up to second and Dusty Lane Titan (Campbell) was placed into third. Ableway is owned and trained by Carl Bagnall of Stratford. Mabou Ridge captured the lone Atlantic Sires Stakes two-year-old trot division with a 2:06.1 maiden breaking score for the lion's share of the $15,720 pot. Clare MacDonald trains and drives the son of Armbro Barrister for owner Arnold Rankin of Antigonish, N.S. Westview Star (Campbell) rode the pocket to finish second while Go With Her (Kuri White) used first-over tactics to complete the triactor ticket. For race replays and more go to www.Redshores.ca. By Nicholas Oakes For Red Shores

SUMMERSIDE, PE - Woodmere Skyroller and Watch Me Dance were both on top of their games so far in their short careers and will go head-to-head in harness racing stakes action Wednesday evening at Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway as Governor's Plate Week racing continues. The Wednesday program has 10-dashes scheduled with a 6:30 P.M. first race post time. The Atlantic Sires Stakes two-year-old pacing fillies are the feature on the program as the rookie fillies make their career debuts in stakes action. Woodmere Skyroller is favoured in race 8 of the program in an Atlantic Sires Stakes A-division with a $12,920 purse on the line with rail control for driver Gilles Barrieau, trainer Kevin MacLean and owner Reg MacPherson of Stratford. The daughter of Rollwithitharry was second to an Ontario bred in her first overnight outing pacing in 2:00.1 but will have a rematch with the filly that beat in her in qualifying action. Watch Me Dance prevailed in that qualifier over Woodmere Skyroller with a 27.4 closing panel as the daughter of Ameripan Gigolo has post 5 in the field of six with Mark Bradley at the lines for trainer and co-owner Stephen Quinn and co-owner John Quinn of Charlottetown. Woodmere Nasha is selected for third with Kenny Arsenault driving from post 2. The other $12,920 A-division lines up in race 6 with Howmacrivercruiser receiving top billing from post 4 with Barrieau in the bike for trainer Jackie Matheson and owner Howmac Farms of North Wiltshire. Other top entries include Tobins Choice (Driven by Gary Chappell) and Ezra Express (Marc Campbell). Race 4 has the lone $2,500 Atlantic Sires Stakes B-division for two-year-old pacing fillies with a field of five. The Rocket Chief Harvey and Randy MacEachern Memorial pace lines up in race 7 and Blacky Black is the top contender from post 6 for owner Ralph Harvey of Durham Bridge, N.B., trainer Ed Harvey and driver Norris Rogers. Go to www.Redshores.ca for promotional plays, live video, programs and more. By Nicholas Oakes For Red Shores

SUMMERSIDE, PE - Governor's Plate Week of harness racing becomes red hot on Tuesday evening with first of five straight night programs and the Atlantic Sires Stakes trotters taking centre stage at Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway. The Tuesday card has 10-dashes scheduled with a 6:30 P.M. post time featuring the Atlantic Sires Stakes for two and three-year-old trotters sponsored by Meridian Farms and the P.E.I. Harness Racing Industry Association. The rookie trotters make their career debuts in race 6 of the program with the lone Sires Stakes division carrying a hefty $15,720 purse. Mykindofparty was impressive in his qualifier but must overcome post 7 in his debut with Adam Merner picking up the catch driving assignment for owner Jonathan MacDonald of North Wiltshire and trainer Stephen Gass. Other top entrants include Windemere Ally (Driven by David Dowling) and Mabou Ridge (Clare MacDonald). Maritime Champion Getting Messi will headline race 2 of the card in the first Atlantic Sires Stakes three-year-old trotting contest with a $6,180 purse at stake. Mike McGuigan is back at the lines of the Len McGuigan trainee for owner Jamie Whalen of Avondale. The three-year-old son of Armbro Barrister overwhelmed his opponents in his last start winning in 1:58.3 to set a new track and Atlantic record for sophomore trotters at Red Shores Charlottetown. Last year's Atlantic Triple Crown winner, Mile Hill Willie, has post 2 in race 4 of the evening with regular driver Gilles Barrieau at the controls for owner-trainer Paul Morrison of Cardigan. A winner of seven out of 11 races as a rookie, Mile Hill Willie was a winner his last start over an off-track in 2:02.2. The third and final Atlantic Sires Stakes three-year-old division has Westview Sue installed as the morning line choice in the $6,180 event with MacPherson driving for trainer Gass and owner Jim Gorman of South Melville. The Delcrest Julian filly made a break in her last start but had a trio of top three finishes in her previous starts. Check out www.Redshores.ca for live video, race programs, promotional plays and more on the countdown to the Governor's Plate presented by Township Chevrolet and Noonan Petroleum. By Nicholas Oakes For Red Shores

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - One of the greatest three-year-olds in the history of Atlantic Canadian harness racing made his four-year-old debut on the East Coast look easy Saturday evening at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Sock It Away went off as the heavy favourite in the race 11 preferred pace and driver Corey MacPherson controlled every fraction in the $2,800 event. Sock It Away left well off the rail to secure the early lead and laid down splits of 28.2, 59.1 and 1:29.2 en route to a 1:57.3 score over an off track. Second went to Rollwithitharry (Driven by Gilles Barrieau) while Rockin Indy (David Dowling) completed the triactor. Kevin Maclean trains Sock It Away for owner Reg MacPherson of Stratford. Midnight Matt used first-over tactics to capture the $2,500 back-up pace with a 2:00.1 victory with Jason Hughes in the race bike for owner-trainer Jennifer Doyle of Vernon Bridge. Trainer Jackie Matheson scored a pair of wins from his Charlottetown stable on the evening with Lincoln Seelster winning in 2:00.1 with MacPherson at the lines then Perfect Escape (Barrieau) closed out the program in 1:59.3. Live racing takes a hiatus at Red Shores Charlottetown until Thursday July 18 as Governor's Plate Week racing starts off on Sunday July 7 and culminates in the Governor's Plate presented by Township Chevrolet and Noonan Petroleum on Saturday July 13. For race replays and more go to www.Redshores.ca. By Nicholas Oakes For Red Shores

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - With a convincing front end performance Rose Run Quest put the finishing touches on a driving grand slam for the King of Island harness racing Saturday evening at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Leaving hard from post 5 in the $2,900 preferred pace, Rose Run Quest set down on the front end and trainer Marc Campbell steered him to splits of 29, 59.3 and 1:28.4 without seeing any challengers. The son of If I Can Dream then closed out the mile in 1:57.3, over a track rated two seconds off, with the first-over Bugsy Maguire (Driven by Myles Heffernan Sr.) finishing second with Burn Out Hanover (Gilles Barrieau) completing the triactor. Blair Hansen of Charlottetown holds the ownership papers of Rose Run Quest. Campbell started the night out with another win from his own stable as Howmac Magic toured the oval in 1:59.4, then Hysteria from the Michael Gallant stable have the Winsloe reinsman his second win in 1:57.4. Win number three was courtesy of Rash B Havior in 2:00.2 for Mike Peters of Emyvale in the International Night Pace. Sodwana Bay scored her third straight victory as Jordies Hope had her streak snapped at two wins to finish second in the $2,750 Fillies and Mares Open pace. Sodwana Bay stopped the clock in 2:00 for trainer-driver Barrieau while Jordies Hope (Corey MacPherson) was second and Collective Wisdom (Ron Matheson) finished third. Wayne MacRae of Fall River, N.S., and Howmac Farms Ltd., of North Wiltshire, owns the winning horse. Give Em Heck, trained by Jackie Matheson, captured the Drive for Home Series final leg presented by Hillside Chevrolet Buick GMC Cadillac. Barrieau was in the bike for owner Colin Sheppard, Spaniards, Bay, Newfoundland & Labrador. For race replays and more go to www.Redshores.ca. By Nicholas Oakes For Red Shores

SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. - Harness racing takes place Saturday in all three Maritime provinces and the numbers tell us a whole different story in each. Exhibition Park Raceway in Saint John was once the top track in our region and now sits as the only track operating in New Brunswick. Back 30 or 40 years ago, a live wager on a 10-race Saturday afternoon card would be in the $130,000 range. There are five races on Saturday involving 27 horses chasing purse money that totals $5,900. Back on June 8th, they had six races with a wager of just $1,600. The top mile that day was only 2:01.1. Racing wraps up in Saint John in November, with only 10 cards until then. In Nova Scotia, Northside Downs in Sydney has eight races Saturday featuring 61 horses and a total of $8,100 in purse money. Nova Scotia also has live racing in both Truro and Inverness and the wagers are usually up to $15,000. Although the sport is surviving in Nova Scotia, its numbers pale in comparison to P.E.I. It is a big day in Charlottetown on Saturday as a 12-race program involving 90 horses will chase a healthy purse pool of $27,300. The top race is the $5,500 Cecil Ladner Memorial Pace featuring the best invitational horses competing. Saturday’s program comes after 11 races on Thursday and followed by a 10-race program in Summerside on Sunday afternoon. Wagers at both Island tracks are usually in the $25,000-to-$50,000 range and those numbers increase in the heart of the tourist season. It would appear that those involved with, or fans of harness racing, are much better off if you live on P.E.I. By Joe MacIntyre Reprinted with permission of The Journal Pioneer

With a first-over power brush heading to the half-mile marker Gettin Messi trotted his way in Maritime harness racing history Thursday at Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Gettin Messi stopped the clock in 1:58.3 to become the new three-year-old trotting track record holder at Red Shores Charlottetown and the fastest three-year-old trotter ever in the Maritimes. Mike McGuigan was in the seat behind the Len McGuigan-trainee for the record-breaking win in Race 6 of the program. Labero cut out the historic fractions of 29.1 and 58.4 before Gettin Messi came calling and took over before the three-quarters of 1:28.3. Hop Up (Corey MacPherson) finished five-and-three-quarter lengths back in second while Labero (Gilles Barrieau) was third. The former record was held by Waiting On A Woman and MacPherson in 1:58.4 in 2011. Mike and Len McGuigan celebrated two wins as a driver-trainer duo as Shadownthetwilight was an upset winner in 1:59. Freddie captured the $2,400 open trot in 2:03.1 with driven Marc Campbell sending his trainee to the front and controlling the fractions. Star Photo (Jason Hughes) sat in the pocket and finished second while Majian Tango (Jim Ripley) completed the triactor. Freddie is owned by Three Wisemen Stable of Kingston. by Nicholas Oakes for Red Shores. Reprinted with permission of The Journal Pioneer CDP Results Harness racing results from Thursday at Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Race 1 – Dasani Seelster (G. Barrieau) 2.80 2.30 2.10; Girl With Attitude (K. Murphy) 3.20 2.80; Dear You (G. Hennessey) 2.70. Times: 29.3, 100.2, 131.1, 200.2. Also ran: I Can Do It, Akrotiri, Brias Dancing Girl, Woodmere Brackley, J J Ella. Winning horse owned by Joseph Wilkie and Wayne MacRae, Fall River, N.S. Exactor 4-9 $10.50; Triactor 4-9-2 $22; Superfecta 4-9-2-3 $71.55. Race 2 – Thelastonestanding (Bri. MacPhee) 17.20 19.50 4.30; Richsnortherndream (K. Arsenault) 3.00 2.70; Shadow Trainer (G. Chappell) 6.30. Times: 30.2, 102.1, 132.3, 202.1. Also ran: Hard Case, Dreamboat Annie, Osprey Delta, Majian Gilroy, Ableway. Winning horse owned by Donald Beaton and Donald MacEachern, Nova Scotia. Exactor 5-7 $79.60; Triactor 5-7-ALL $61; Superfecta 5-7-4-3 $164.85; DD 4-5 $116.70. Race 3 – Oceanview Beemer (S. Murphy) 39.90 11.40 7.50; C J Bluefin (N. Bambrick) 18.00 5.10; J J Antonio (D. Dowling) 8.50. Times: 30.1, 101.1, 131.1, 201.4. Also ran: R Es Kate, Anzula, Royal Native, Leaveitwithme, Shock The Rock. Winning horse owned by Steven Murphy, P.E.I.; and Shawn MacLennan, Nova Scotia. Exactor 7-4 $932.40; Triactor 7-4-ALL $1882.50. Race 4 – Shadownthetwilight (M. McGuigan) 24.90 12.10 5.40; Dustylanebukinfuty (C. MacPherson) 7.30 3.00; March Magic (J. Hughes) 2.10. Times: 29.1, 59.1, 129.3, 159. Also ran: Windmerenoharmdone, Southern Heart, Clare Hall Hanover, Skycrew, Howmac Maragrita. Winning horse owned by Ingham Jenkins, Jeff MacLennan, James Grant and Drop Yer Gloves, P.E.I. Exactor 5-6 $104.40; Triactor 5-6-1 $613; Superfecta 5-6-1-3 $1,116.60. Race 5 – Howmac Blaze (A. Merner) 7.70 6.50 3.30; Sandhill Star (K. Murphy) 13.10 5.30; Hurricane Hill (C. MacPherson) 3.30. Times: 28.3, 58.4, 129.3, 200.1. Also ran: Minor Wisdom, Cougar Gal, Vintage Winner, Briannas Angel. Winning horse owned by Michelle Myers and Roger MacDonald, Cardigan. Exactor 1-2 $38; Triactor 1-2-6 $64.10; Superfecta 1-2-6-5 $400.75. Race 6 – Getting Messi (M. McGuigan) 3.90 3.40 2.80; Hop Up (C. MacPherson) 7.90 2.80; Labero (G. Barrieau) 2.70. Times: 29.1, 58.4, 128.3, 158.3. Also ran: Sailor Blue, Ya Boy Bear, Frill Seeker, Majian Chester, Buckaroo. Winning horse owned by James Whelan, Vernon Bridge. Exactor 5-6 $27.10; Triactor 5-6-1 $74.30; Superfecta 5-6-1-8 $63.42. Race 7 – Julep Hanover (W. Myers) 3.70 3.40 2.60; Outrageous Spirit (G. Hennessey) 4.30 2.70; What A Babe (M. McGuigan) 2.30. Times: 29.1, 101, 131.4, 200.1. Also ran: Goodmorning Ky, Good Luck Kathy, Can Art. Winning horse owned by Wade Myers, Charlottetown. Exactor 4-3 $8.80; Triactor 4-3-2 $57.80; Superfecta 4-3-2-5 $23. Race 8 – Freddie (Ma. Campbell) 3.10 2.60 2.10; Star Photo (J. Hughes) 2.20 2.10; Majian Tango (J. Ripley) 2.70. Times: 30.1, 102.2, 134.3, 203.1. Also ran: Suicide Shift, Scary Good, Wedgewood. Winning horse owned by Three Wisemen Stable, Kingston. Exactor 5-6 $5.30; Triactor 5-6-4 $15; Superfecta 5-6-4-3 $13.70. Race 9 – Tell Me Why (C. MacPherson) 12.30 2.50 2.70; Elektra Express (J. Hughes) 2.50 3.40; Hp Rubis Joyce (G. Barrieau) 3.20. Times: 28.4, 59.4, 131, 200.1. Also ran: Caught Me Speeding, Selfie, Evening Maelstrom, Bad Silver. Winning horse owned by Joseph MacDonald and Alexis Gass, P.E.I. Exactor 1-3 $14.60; Triactor 1-3-6 $60.90; Superfecta 1-3-6-4 $71.18. Race 10 – Dreas Good Powow (K. Murphy) 7.80 6.90 3.00; Bettim Vicky (D. Spence) 4.30 3.20; Miss Sangria (A. Merner) 2.20. Times: 29, 58.3, 129, 157.4. Also ran: Swingirl, Scoot Out Of Here, Elm Grove Misty, Mach An Angel. Winning horse owned by Joseph MacDonald, Breadalbane. Exactor 2-1 $13.60; Triactor 2-1-4 $22.70; Superfecta 2-1-4-6 $55.75. Race 11 – Collective Wisdom (G. Barrieau) 6.80 3.50 3.40; Charlottes Western (Ma. Campbell) 6.10 5.90; One Hot Camshaft (D. Spence) 5.70. Times: 28.4, 59.1, 128.2, 157.1. Also ran: Innocent Kiss, Killean Finale, Paythelinebluechip, Rocknrols Image. Winning horse owned by Woodmere Farms, Marshfield. Exactor 7-3 $281.10; Triactor 7-3-6 $630.80 DD 2-7 $66.10. Wager – $42,458.

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE - A field of the very finest harness racing pacers on the East Coast will assemble Saturday evening to contest the Cecil Ladner Memorial Invitational at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The 12-dash Saturday evening program kicks off at 6 P.M. with the $5,500 Ladner Memorial lining up in race 11. Maritime seasonal record holder All Artist will get the respect of morning line favourite in the Ladner from post 5 and driver Gilles Barrieau elected off of two other mounts to drive the six-year-old son of Roddys Bags Again. Toby MacDonald nows trains the pacer, who just put in a sharp victory in 1:53.4 over Truro Raceway in Nova Scotia for owner Anthony Stymest. Down On My Luck will control the rail in the field of eight with Jason Hughes in the bike for trainer Harold Shepherd and owner Robert Woodburn of St. Thomas, Ont. The five-year-old son of Camluck has yet to see the winner's circle on the East Coast but has hit the top three in both his Island starts. Doctor Royal was the top force in the preferred ranks early in the season and gets post 2 for owner-trainer Dawn Ellis Abbott of Truro, N.S. Walter Cheverie picks up the catch drive on the pacers who sports a 1:55 speed badge this season. Bugsy Maguire did not have a warm Island welcome in his debut as he was parked the route by Euchred but still hung around to finish third in last week's preferred. Walter Simmons of Summerside holds the ownership papers of the five-year-old son of Bettors Delight, who will have Myles Heffernan Sr., in the race bike for trainer Wade Sorrie. Rose Run Quest can never be counted out as he proved with a third place finish in last year's The Guardian Gold Cup and Saucer final. Trainer Marc Campbell will steer the Blair Hansen owned pacer from post 4 on Saturday evening. Euchred has been controlling the front end in recent weeks but leaving from post 6 Saturday could tell a different tale. David Dowling drive the Shadow Play gelding for trainer Mike Dowling and owner Kayla Habicht Walker of Inverness, N.S. Revenant has stepped up his game for his five-year-old season and has yet to miss a cheque against the big boys for owner Kyla MacDonald of Stanhope. Adam Merner will drive the nine-time winner from post 7 for trainer Melissa Rennie. Rounding out the field in the Cecil Ladner Memorial Invitational is post 8 starter Screen Test. A former top three-year-old in Western Canada, Screen Test was a bang-up second in 1:54.2 in his latest start for William Andrew of Calgary, Alta., and Kickin Horse Stable of York. Corey MacPherson has been in the race bike for his four-year-old season with Stephen Gass handling the training duties. Big Surf has been listed as the favorite in the Drive For Home Series presented by Hillside Chevrolet Buick GMC Cadillac on race 8. Samantha Gallant, sister of driver-trainer Terry Gallant and organizer of Harness The Hope, will be special guest on the Inside Track Saturday with host Lee Drake. The segment airs at 5:35pm on the Red Shores broadcast. Catch the red hot action live at the track or tune into the worldwide broadcast at www.Redshores.ca. Hot Pacers Face Off At Red Shores Summerside SUMMERSIDE, PE - The 2017 Governor's Plate champion will return to racing action in the Sunday afternoon featured event against some iron tough competition at Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway. The 10-dash Sunday afternoon program has a 1 P.M. post time with the featured pace lining up in race 9 for a $2,800 pot. Do Over Hanover leaves from post 7 in the field of as many with Jason Hughes in the bike for trainer Chris MacKay and owners Don MacNeill of Alberta, Allard Racing of Quebec and Donald MacRae of Vernon Bridge. The six-year-old son of Western Ideal is just returning to action fresh off a qualifier after not racing since the Conroy Invitational in Nova Scotia in September. Noudidnt Blue Chip is the top choice in the featured pace from post 4 for the Warren Grove team of owner-trainer Neal Moase and driver David Dowling. The son of Roll With Joe was a winner in 1:56.3 in his latest and sports two wins from his last three starts. Race analyst Les MacIsaac will side with Noudidnt Blue Chip as his top choice. "Noudidnt Blue Chip made a move getting to the half last week and once he cleared he never looked back," MacIsaac said. "He seems to be getting better with every start and with this being his fourth he should be just about where he wants to be from a conditioning standpoint. He's got a big shot to double up." Also in the Sunday afternoon featured field is Mando Fun (Driven by Dale Spence), Adkins Hanover (Ambyr Campbell), Phil Dorleans (Adam Merner), Pictonian Storm (Myles Heffernan Sr.) and Woodmere Ideal Art (Norris Rogers). Melanies Magic makes his debut on red soil in race 5 on the program with Spence at the helm for trainer MacKenzie MacInnis and owner Sandra Stead of Montague. The five-year-old son of Hypnotic Blue Chip was racing the $15,000 claiming ranks in Ontario with his last start a winning one in 1:57 over The Raceway at Western Fair District. Hemingway is the favourite in race 5 with rail control for driver Merner. Zach Conway makes his pari-mutuel debut in race 7 on the program behind Brief Interlude trained by his father Paul Conway of Bonshaw. The rookie driver will steer his mount from post 5 in a field of 8. Traces Of Purple is the top choice from post 6 with Heffernan in the bike fresh off a 1:56.2 mile in Atlantic Aged Pacing Mares Series action. Owner, trainer and former driver Paul Biggar will be special guest on the Inside Track Sunday with host Rocky Schurman. The segment airs at 12:35pm on the Red Shores broadcast. For race programs, promotional information and more go to www.Redshores.ca. By Nicholas Oakes For Red Shores

SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. — Hitting the wire first as the longest shot on the board, Phil Dorleans captured the featured harness racing event Sunday afternoon at Red Shores at Summerside Raceway as part of a four-win performance by driver David Dowling. Adkins Hanover (driven By Ambyr Campbell) set the early tempo with quick splits of 27.2 and 55.4 in the $2,600 featured pace while Phil Dorleans got away fifth and then moved first over. Dowling and his charge struck the front at the three-quarter mark of 1:26, then increased his margin in the final quarter before fending off a hard-closing Pictonian Storm (Myles Heffernan Sr.) and third-place Woodmere Ideal Art (Jason Hughes). Donald Milligan trains Phil Dorleans for owners Kent Williams of Ellerslie, Andrew Williams of Richmond and Lyndon Hardy of Coleman. Time of the mile was 1:56.4. Dowling also hit the winner’s circle with Woodmere Chella in 1:58.1 and Emperor in 1:59.4. The Warren Grove reinsman scored his other win in a $3,920 division of the Atlantic Aged Pacing Mares Series, presented by Standardbred Canada, with Jordies Hope in 1:55.3. Brian Ladner trains Jordies Hope for owner Lillian Ladner of Charlottetown. The other $3,920 Atlantic Aged Pacing Mares Series split was won by Sodwana Bay, delivering as the favourite in 1:55.2 for trainer-driver Gilles Barrieau and owners Wayne MacRae of Fall River, N.S., and Howmac Farms of North Wiltshire. Barrieau and driver John Davidson recorded driving doubles on the program. The total wager was $25,831. Summary of Sunday’s harness racing card in Summerside: Race 1 J J Breanne (J. Davidson) 6.50 5.30 3.90; Tiki Hut (G. Barrieau) 2.40 2.10; Windemere Pay Day (D. Spence) 19.30. Times:  29.0, 1:00.1, 1:30.2, 2:00.4. Also ran: Spirit of August, W C Little Willie, Khitam Image, I M Incredible, W C Emmastarwalker. Winning horse owned by John Davidson, N.B. Exactor  6-1 $22.80. Triactor 6-1-2 $146.20. Superfecta 6-1-2-7 $267.19. Race 2 Dividend Day (K. Murphy) 8.20 4.00 6.00; Windemere Johny (C. MacPherson) 6.00 2.70; Dilans Mustang (G. Barrieau) 4.30. Times: 28.3, 58.4, 1:29.3, 2:00.2.  Also ran: Useful Hanover, Casimir Nunzio, Blacky Black, Bowyer Hanover, Loves A Challenge. Winning horse owned by Fred Paynter, Debbie and Neal Ramsay, P.E.I. Exactor 5-4 $24.50.  Triactor 5-4 $202.20. Daily Double 6-5 $ 37.60. Race 3 Pickpocketprincess (J. Davidson) 14.20 3.70 2.60; Medici Hanover (J. Hughes) 2.10 2.10; Flowersonthebeach (K. Murphy) 9.00. Times: 31.0, 1:02.2, 1:32.1, 2:01.1. Also ran: Howmac Magic, Don’t be A Hero, Elm Grove Nanci, Fern Hill Delight, Southfield Sandy. Winning horse owned by Wayne Hubbard, N.B. Exactor 8-1 $11.20. Triactor 8-1-3 $188.00. Superfecta 8-1-3-6 $28.50. Race 4 Saulsbrook Lassie (A. Merner) 6.70 4.70 3.50; Dangle Ona Dime (C. MacPherson) 5.40 3.70; Prom King (D. Spence) 10.60. Times: 28.3, 58.0, 1:27.3, 1:57.2. Also ran: Ramset, Hunger Pangs, Westward Whim, Ten Mile Beach, Rockyroad Slimjim. Winning horse owned by Jean R Belliveau-Norman Leger, N.B. Exactor 2-7 $22.10. Triactor 2-7-8 $545.10. Superfecta  2-7-8-6 $156.42. Race 5 Nutmegs Cider (D. Wallace) 17.90 11.60 3.90; Southfield Sue (K. Murphy) 4.30 2.50; Shes A Lover (R. Chappell) 2.40. Times: 28.3, 58, 1:29.0, 2:01.1. Also ran: Mia Lotta, Hurricane E J, The Gormanizor, Medoland Bobcat Winning horse owned by Leigh Gavin, P.E.I. Exactor 6-3 $109.30. Triactor 6-3-1 $280.80. Superfecta 6-3-1-4 $176.00. Race 6 Badlands Giovanna (J. Hughes) 6.50 3.40 3.00; Brief Interlude (C. MacPherson) 4.80 2.80; Shouldabeenaclown (K. Murphy) 2.30. Times: 28.2, 58.3, 1:29, 1:59. Also ran: W C Kenzie Cookie, Jays Little Spark, Shy Artie, Dancers Pass, Windermerimalright. Winning horse owned by Stephen Sweet, P.E.I. Exactor 2-4 $31.60. Triactor 2-4-1 $ 69.70. Superfecta 2-4-1-7 $117.32. Race 7 Sodwana Bay (G. Barrieau) 2.20 2.10 2.10; Ramblingily (K. Murphy) 2.40 2.40; West River Ambyr (S. Shepard) 3.30. Times: 28.3, 58.1. 1:27.1, 1:55.2. Also ran: Prettyndangerous, Dreas Good Powow; Innocent Kiss, Elektra Express, Bettim Vicky. Winning horse owned by Wayne MacRae, N.S., Howmac Farms, P.E.I. Exactor 1-4 $6.10. Triactor 1-4-6 $33.30. Superfecta 1-4-6-5 $21.90. Race 8 Emperor (D. Dowling) 48.10 33.70 11.40; Rising Fella (J. Hughes) 17.50 6.40; White Fish Flash (N. Rogers) 4.30. Times: 29.4, 1:00.1, 1:30.0, 1:59.4. Also ran: Rash B Havior, Shiftyn Georgie, Adventure Luck, Myambrose, J K Cowboy. Winning horse owned by Ralph Sweet, P.E.I. Exactor 8-2 $231.55. Triactor 8-2-1 $ 374.60. Race 9 Jordies Hope (D. Dowling) 10.90 3.60 4.20; Woodmere Finesse (D. Spence) 2.10 2.10; Drivingthedragon N (J. Hughes) 5.70. Times: 28.0,56.4,126.0,155.3. Also ran: Collective Wisdom, Traces of Purple, Brodys Leona, Killean Finale. Winning horse owned by Lillian Ladner, P.E.I. Exactor 8-2 $28.60. Triactor  8-2-3 $183.70. Superfecta 8-2-3-7 $60.30. Race 10 Noudidnt Blue Chip (G. Barrieau) 5.20 2.20 2.10; Twice as Bright (D. Dowling) 2.40 2.10; Confident Fella (C. MacPherson) 2.60. Times: 29, 58.4, 1:27.3, 1:56.3. Also ran: HP Bushido Dragjet, Coasttocoastshark, Ultimiate Flyingnun, Instant Shadow, Culpepper. Winning horse owned by Neal Moase, P.E.I. Exactor 3-5 $9.00. Triactor 3-5-2 $30.80. Superfecta 3-5-2-1 $8.24. Race 11 Phil Dorleans (D. Dowling) 18.60 5.90 3.40; Pictonian Storm (M. Heffernan) 25.80 5.90; Woodmere Ideal Art (J. Hughes) 2.90. Times: 27.2, 55.4, 1:26, 1:56.4. Also ran: Adkins Hanover, Santana Sass, Mando Fun. Winning horse owned by Kent Williams, Andrew Williams, Lyndon Hardy, P.E.I. Exactor 4-2 $37.50. Triactor 4-2-6 $208.80 Race 12 Woodmere Chella (D. Dowling) 3.60 2.40 2.10; Lincoln Blues (C. MacPherson) 3.00 2.30; Whim Roader (G. Barrieau) 9.30. Times: 28.4, 59.4, 1:29.3, 1:58.1. Also ran: Sendmeasign, Winter Blast, Goodmorning KY, Ultimatelyhandsome. Winning horse owned by Valleygrove Farms, P.E.I. Exactor 3-1  $11.70. Triactor 3-1-2 $34.30. Daily Double 4-3 $99.80. Total wager – 25,831. By Nicholas Oakes (nicholasoakes@hotmail.com)  Reprinted with permission of The Journal Pioneer

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