‘Kisser’ kisses field good night at CDP

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - SPORTS -

Cambest Kisser used rail con­trol Wed­nes­day at Red Shores at the Summerside to kiss his five op­po­nents good­night in the Race 11 fea­ture.

The eight-year-old Cambest geld­ing was blasted off the wings by trainer-driver Jason Hughes lay­ing down all the num­bers (28.2, 58.1, 1:28) and held on by a quar­ter of a length for a 1:57.1 score. Don­ald and Steven MacRae of Ver­non Bridge share the own­er­ship on the win­ner of 29 life­time races. Machinthe­sand was sec­ond while Oh To Be Me was third.

The win gave The Blue Knight a driv­ing and train­ing dou­ble on the card, as he won with twoyear-old Mis­ter Big colt How mac­slib­erty.

Two-year-old win­ner in Race 5 was the son of Shadow Play, In­stant Shadow, pac­ing to a new life­time mark of 1:57.3.

Owned by the Ul­ti­mate Sta­ble and Robert Kyle, the Sifroi Me­lan­son-trainee gave lead­ing driver Gilles Bar­rieau his first of two vic­to­ries on the night.

Kenny Mur­phy also en­joyed a driv­ing dou­ble on the card, scor­ing with Jays Lit­tle Spark and Tam­mys­mist.

Rac­ing re­turns to Red Shores at the Char­lot­te­town Driv­ing Park tonight at 7 p.m.

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