SUMMERSIDE – A pair of Jason Hughes-trainees will headline the featured Race 12 on a special Labour Day harness racing card at Red Shores at Summerside Raceway on Monday.
The 13-dash card gets underway at 1 p.m.
Post 4 starter Capitalism will look to price the field in the $2,000 pace as he lines up behind the gate for a claiming tag of $8,000. A winner in Charlottetown in 1:56.2, the five-year-old son of Tell All has been no worse than second in his five starts, including two victories for owner Jason Collings.
Hughes will handle the driving duties.
Capitalism’s stablemate Cambest Kisser leaves from Post 6 for Donald and Steven MacRae. A winner of 24 races lifetime, MacPhee will drive Cambest Kisser.
Rymar Sporty, Keystone Nobility, Van Zant, Carrera Angel and Blissful Bro complete the field.
The Harold “June” Culleton Memorial Pace goes in Race 2, with Mayhem Man listed as the morning-line favourite for pilot Norris Rogers.
Mary Jean and Jay Noye own the two-year-old son of Coasttocoast Yankee. He was a third-place finisher in his Joe O'Brien Grassroots Division on Aug. 20.