Summerside, PE – The Maritime’s best three-year-old pacing colts make their first appearance in the Bob Dewar Memorial stakes Wednesday night at Red Shores Summerside. First race is scheduled for 7pm sharp with the world broadcast being carried at www.redshores.ca
The colts, dubbed the glamour boys, are already making headlines throughout the region and with points and a lot of money on the line with $5,700 in each of the five divisions you can count on an action packed card of racing.
Pictonians Souwest, who banked $22,852 as a two-year-old, finished fifth in the “A” division on May 29th, will meet the Ken Wilkie trainee New School in race 2. Pictonian Souwest, owned by Dan Ross, Belfast, has the advantage from post two for driver Gary Chappell.
Driver Danny Romo, one of the region’s top money makers, handles morning line favorite Putnams Power in race 4. The Force of Life colt is two for two this season while racking up $66,268 last year in earnings.
The third division of the Bob Dewar is stacked with talent with Island Inspiration landing on the rail, Windemere Express leaving from post two while heavy hitters Tiger Williams starts fifth and Roses Dream Boy has post 8.
Howdidchado, co-owned by trainer Terry Gallant, Summerside and Fred Lamont, Calgary, Alberta, headlines race 8. The colt has hit the board three times out of five starts this season and doesn’t have to face Putnams Power this week. SkipJack, who won coming of his qualifier has the rail. Marc Campbell drives for Mary Best- Elizabeth Barrett, Charlottetown.
The final event of the Bob Dewar Memorial stake is race 10. Camcun, Aarons Ambition and DJ Supreme are the morning line favorites.