Three straight wins

Machinthe­sand hot in Summerside

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - SPORTS - Char­lot­te­town Re­sults, B2 Com­piled by Red Shores mar­ket­ing, brands and PlayWise man­ager Lee Drake.

Machinthe­sand made it three wins in a row af­ter claim­ing the fea­ture race Sun­day at Red Shores at the Summerside Race­way.

Nor­ris Rogers was in the bike for trainer Hughie Mur­phy and the own­er­ship group of Noo­nan Hold­ings Ltd., Rus­sell and Karen Noo­nan. The time of the mile was 1:56.1.

Oh To Be Me (Gary Chap­pell) was sec­ond with Out­side The Wire ( Jason Hughes) third.

Corey MacPher­son had a hat trick on the 11-dash pro­gram, win­ning with Good­morn­ing­diva for owner-trainer Frank Banks, Summerside; Use­ful Hanover for owner Jason Sherry, Kens­ing­ton; and East­coast Down in 1:57.4 for a new record on the pacer for Gor­don Ross, Clifton Royal, N.B.

Chap­pell had a driv­ing dou­ble with scores aboard Ac­ton O So Royal for con­di­tioner Colleen Chap­pell and opened up the af­ter­noon with a visit to vic­tory lane with Lorne Val­ley Ricki for Barry Peter MacLeod, Cardi­gan.

Rac­ing re­turns Sun­day at 1 p.m. fea­tur­ing the Gover­nor’s Plate elim­i­na­tions.

D GS Camme looked ready for prime time.

The pacer, who was mak­ing only his third start of 2015, wired the top class in a daz­zling 1:54.4 Satur­day at Red Shores at the Char­lot­te­town Driv­ing Park. Gilles Bar­rieau was in the bike for trainer Jackie Mathe­son and the own­er­ship group of Tom Clark, Ron Mathe­son, Quentin and Hal Be­van, all of Char­lot­te­town.

It was an im­pres­sive per­for­mance given he raced with bro­ken equip­ment af­ter the tire blew on the race bike. Big Surf (Marc Camp­bell) ap­plied some pres­sure down the back­stretch en route to the third panel but he set­tled for sec­ond while Si Se­malu ( Jason Hughes) was third. Ex­pect to see this lineup go head-to-head in Gover­nor’s Plate elim­i­na­tion ac­tion in Summerside next Sun­day.

In other ac­tion, Ram­blinglily is three-for-three in 2015 af­ter win­ning the open mares fea­ture in 1:56.1 for driver Wal­ter Chev­erie, trainer Allan Jones and his coowner Nor­man Leger, She­diac, N.B. For All We Know (Gary Chap­pell) was sec­ond with Wil­low War­rior (Mark Bradley) third. Bar­rieau had a driv­ing dou­ble on the 12-dash card.

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