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Summerside, PE –The opening day of stakes season is now part of history as Red Shores Summerside played host to the Ruby Chappell memorial stakes for three-year old fillies while the three-year colts performed in divisions of the Bob Dewar memorial.
Glory Jean opened up the Chappell stakes with a 1:59.3 score for Mark Bradley, trainer Tom Weatherbie and owner-breeder Blair Hansen, Charlottetown. Howmacscanasta delivered as the post time favorite for Gilles Barrieau in 1:58.2 in her respective divison while Hart of Windemere was presented with the hardware after her top place finish for Marc Campbell. The filly is trained by Earl Watts for owner-breeder Windemere Farms, North Wiltshire and John Howatt, Charlottetown, PE. The fourth and final division of the Chappell memorial went to All About Madi and Walter Cheverie for owners-breeders Leith and Leslie Waite and their co-owner Spencer Waite, Summerside, PE.
Dusty Lane Arby was a five length winner in the opening division of the Bob Dewar memorial for three-year-old colts. The Ron Gass trainee was handled by Corey MacPherson. The Brandons Cowboy colt, bred by Gass, was impressive stopping the timer in 1:57.3 which included a 28.3 closing quarter. Lukes Cowboy reached up in the final strides to win his $5,975 split for Kenny Arsenault. Philip Valley is the breeder and co-owns with Jeffery Ruch and Glenn Bechtel, Ontario. In other action, Burkes Bandit was placed the winner in his respective division of the Dewar after the judges ruled an interference call on winner Alberta Sky. The placing triggered a win ticket of $75.40 on the nose and a triactor pay off of $458.10. Macpherson did the driving for trainer Trevor Hicken and owner Perry Burke. The colt was bred by Owen and Donna MacLean. The final match-up in the Dewar memorial was won by Jackson K Down for Barrieau. Steve Mason conditions the colt for the Downey Stables who are also the breeder of the colt who won 12 of 13 starts in 2015. His debut was a solid 1:57.4.
Casimir Luciano, being sent off a 2-1 odds, wired the finale for Campbell and owner-trainer Ralph Sweet, O’Leary, PE. The horse has seven wins from 10 starts this season.
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