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Charlottetown, PE - Mike Stevenson stole the show on Saturday night at Red Shores Charlottetown during PEI Colt Stakes day. He picked up a grand-slam which included three victories in the PEI Colt Stakes. The winner of over 1,500 races, a milestone he picked up earlier this year, got the ball rolling early winning his first race in the third race. Driving his own trainee Sail Through in the PEI Colt Stakes for three-year-old fillies, he gunned her to the lead, laying down fractions of :29.3, 1:00.4 and 1:30 before turning in a :28 last kicker to win by two lengths in 1:58. The daughter of Aahm Canadian Now is owned by Boyd Macdonald Produce and Dan Ross. Stevenson used the same tactic again in Race 7, He hustled Woodmere Rondevous off of the wings, after a little hard ball action the colt cleared to the lead past the quarter and extended his win streak to four straight races. The son of Articulator won in 1:57.4 for owners Doug and Jamie Hill. Mike 'In the Bike' picked up his second PEI Colt Stakes victory for three-year-old pacing colts aboard Hollywoodgigolo who managed to get up in the final strides to nail Island Gigolo on the line in 1:57.3. He is owned by Scott Dunn. Stevenson picked up his fourth and final victory in the evenings feature winning with Maritime Free-for-all star All Turain in 1:54 on a cool night at Red Shores Charlottetown.

Gilles Barrieau picked up a hat-trick on Saturday night. It included the biggest shock of the night when he converted off of a perfect two-hole ride to nail Lovineveryminute on the line. Barrieau stocked the $2.10 favourite the whole mile before moving out off of her back and winning in 1:57.4 returning a nice $ 24. 90 return to her backers. The daughter of Aahm Canadian Now is owned by Darlene Compton, Jackie Matheson does the training. It was one of two victories for the Matheson - Barrieau connection, they also won with For All We Know in a division of the Atlantic Aged Mares Pacing Series in 1:57.2. The other division was won by former Maritime champion Ramblinglily in 1:56. The "Maritime Magic Man's" third win on the card came with his own trainee American Island in 1:56.3.
Elm Grove Inarush returned to her winning ways on Saturday night winning in 1:56 for driver Mark Bradley and owners Blaine Thibeau. Eddy Doucette, Gordon Macleod and Grant Mann. The win put her over $50, 000 in earnings this season and just shy of $100,000 lifetime. Fleurje and driver Jason Hughes picked up her fourth straight victory winning her division in 1:57.1 for the Buntainwood Farm and trainer Nick Oakes. Dusty Lane Dora got the ball rolling in the three-year-old filly Colt Stakes winning the first race in 1:57.4 for owner Ronnie Gass and driver Corey MacPherson.
Dumas Walker was back in a place on a familiar place, the Red Shores Charlottetown winner circle, driver - trainer and co-owner Myles Heffernan cleared to the lead past the half and stopped the clock in 1:57.4 putting him over $ 70,000 in career earnings for co-owner Jackie Heffernan. The Clare Macdonald stable was still hot on Saturday night winning it's third PEI Colt Stakes on the day. Morah Kerr will have to make room on the mantle for her three PEI Colt Stakes plates. the duo of Kerr and trainer- driver MacDonald enjoyed a double in the Colt Stakes on Saturday afternoon. The third victory came with Super S Yzerman in 1:57.3.

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