Four winners for MacPherson on Sunday afternoon program in Summerside
SUMMERSIDE – Big League and All Turain won their respective divisions of the Island Pacing Championship Series, presented by Meridian Farms, at Red Shores at Summerside Raceway on Sunday afternoon.
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All Turain and driver Brodie MacPhee had the fastest mile of the two divisions of the Island Pacing Championship Series at Red Shores at Summerside Raceway on Sunday afternoon. The four-year-old bay gelding stopped the clock in 1:55.1 to win the $3,500 pace.
Big League, owned by Jonah Moase of Cornwall, gave Corey MacPherson his fourth winner of the day as he caught fraction-setter Wild Dragon at the head of lane and drove on to victory in 1:55.4. Leading Camdidate came flying late to grab second, and Narragansett finished third.
All Turain won his fourth in a row in the second division of the Island Pacing Championship Series for Brodie MacPhee in 1:55.1. MacPhee tipped the Trevor Hicken-trainee off the back of Touch of Lightning to capture his fifth win from 18 starts this season.
Lee Hicken of Charlottetown co-owns All Turain with Trevor Hicken.
Touch of Lightning was right there for second, and Lucky Encounter completed the triactor.
War Cry Ranger won the Isabelle and Ivan Cameron Memorial Pace in an impressive 1:57.2.
Brian Andrew did the driving for co-owners Bill and Blake Andrew.
MacPherson’s other winners on the program came with No Pain Intended for Harold Hill; Lets Make Ideal, owned by Mikeala Lustic of Warren Grove, and Bizzy Izzy for trainer Jeff Wallace of Alberton.
MacPhee had a driving double on the program.
The total live wager for the 12-dash program was $15,620.