Lobster Carnival Week's Atlantic Sires Stakes action continued on Wednesday evening at Summerside Raceway with two-year-old pacing fillies Elm Grove Inarush, Pictonian Sareta and Lovineveryminute all boasting stakes doubles to start their promising careers.
The winners of all $9,180 "A" divisions were following up victorious career debuts in the Callbeck Stakes on July 1 at Summerside.
Elm Grove Inarush overcame an early miscue and went on to win the first division by four lengths in 2:00.2 with Mark Bradley in the bike. The Coastocoast Yankee-Seawind Alpha filly, who defeated Dusty Lane Dora and South Cove Pearl, is owned by trainer Eddy Doucette, Blaine Thibeau, Gordon MacLeod, and Grant Mann -- all of Kensington, P.E.I.
Pictonian Sareta was a wire-to-wire winner in 2:03 with Emily Annabel Mac and Saulsbrook Alana following two lengths behind in second and third. Mike Stevenson drove the Western Paradise-Southview Selena miss, who is trained by Wade Sorrie and owned by Daniel Ross of Belfast, P.E.I.
The final and fastest "A" division was won by the Gilles Barrieau-driven Lovineveryminute, who took over the lead past the half-mile mark and cruised home in 2:00.1 for the four length victory. Earl Watts trains the homebred Western Paradise-Deliver Me filly for River Valley Management of Quispamsis, N.B. Absolootly Hot and Acton Royal Force finished second and third.
To view Wednesday's harness racing results, click on the following link: Wednesday Results - Summerside Raceway.