TRURO, N.S. – A Prince County-owned colt won an A Division of the Atlantic Sires Stakes for two-year-olds at Truro Raceway on Thursday evening.
Clare MacDonald drove All Hail to a 2:01.2 win for owners Riley Farms of Kensington and Lloyd Hannah of Summerside.
The Mike Stevenson-driven J J Romeo placed and Gotta Move, with Bernard McCallum in the bike, finished in the show position.
Putnams Legacy (McCallum) won the second A event in 2:00.3 for owners Gordon McCabe of Truro, N.S., and Blaise Duff of Big Pond, N.S.
Proven Desire (Marc Campbell) and Silver Lover (Terry Gallant) rounded out the top three.
Each A Division featured a total purse pool of $10,040.
A pair of Prince Edward Island drivers, Campbell (Timely Finesse) and Jason Hughes (Johnnybananas) drove the winners of the two B categories.
Atlantic Sires Stakes racing action continues Saturday evening when the three-year-old pacing colts meet at the Truro oval. First race post time on Saturday is 6:30 pm.