Good start

MacPher­son opens 2016 with grand slam

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

Corey MacPher­son kicked off the 2016 har­ness rac­ing sea­son with four win­ners Sun­day at Red Shores at the Char­lot­te­town Driv­ing Park.

His vic­to­ries in­cluded the af­ter­noon fea­ture aboard Idealic Life in 1:56.3. It was the pacer’s fourth win in a row as he turned back sta­ble­mate Painted Desert (Mark Bradley), giv­ing trainer Trevor Hicken the one-two fin­ish in the top class. Smi­ley Bayama (Ron Gass) was third. Idealic Life is owned by Perry, Luke and Robin Burke and Kent Liv­ingston.

The grand slam also in­cluded This girl can hunt for her sec­ond in a row from the Mike Ram­sey stable, Best Risque for trainer Brian Lad­ner and Cap­i­tal­ism giv­ing trainer Trevor Hicken the dou­ble.

In other news, Holy Molie Mag­gie won the open trot for Gary Chappell in an im­pres­sive 2:00 flat for owner-trainer Jeff Holmes.

Marc Camp­bell posted a driv­ing triple on the 15-dash pro­gram while Chappell and Wade Sor­rie en­joyed driv­ing dou­bles to be­gin the new sea­son. The wager was $47,481. Re­sults, B2.


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