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Thelastonestanding Sharp In ATSS

Published: August 13, 2019 10:24 pm ET

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Sent the 1-9 favourite, Thelastonestanding opened the Tuesday, Aug. 13 program with a blowout victory in the first of several divisions for the Atlantic Sires Stakes (ATSS).

The son of Northern Bailey took control in the $6,120 three-year-old trotting dash passing the quarter in :29.2 and expanded his lead from there. He led by two lengths moving to a :58.3 half, then by four lengths passing three-quarters in 1:29.2 and hit the finish 12-and-a-half lengths in front of West River Dawn M circling into second. Dreamboat Annie took third in the 1:59.4 mile.

Owned by Donald Beaton and Donald MacEachern, Thelastonestanding won his fourth race from seven starts, earning $11,202. Brian MacPhee drove the $2.20 winner for trainer Ambyr Campbell.

Dusty Lane Titan took the $6,120 second division of the ATSS three-year-old trot by open lengths. The Tad The Stud gelding crossed to the front past early leader Windemerebarrister moving to a :29.4 opening quarter. From there trainer-driver Marc Campbell extended his advantage through a :59.4 half and past three-quarters in 1:31 to hit the finish in a lifetime-best 2:00.4, seven-and-a-half lengths in front of Windemerebarrister. Whim Road Gem, breaking at the start, closed for third.

Grayland Farm owns Dusty Lane Titan, who won his second race from seven starts this season and his seventh from 20 overall. He has earned $30,653 and paid $4.90 to win.

Pylon-starter Gettin Messi took the $6,120 final division of the ATSS three-year-old trot by a narrow margin in 1:58.4. The Armbro Barrister colt controlled the pace at every station, setting a clip of :30.1, 1:00.2 and 1:29.4. Race-favourite Little Miss Willie, pulling first over from fourth past the half, pressed the pace circling the final turn but stalled through the stretch. Pocket-sitter Ya Boy Bear pounced the pacesetter late but finished three-quarter lengths behind in second. Mile Hill Willie settled for third.

Trained by Leonard McGuigan for owner James Whalen Jr., Gettin Messi won his sixth race from nine starts this season and his seventh from 17 overall, earning $18,890. Michael McGuigan steered the $5.40 winner.

Tequila Tuesday took the sole $15,520 division of the ATSS two-year-old trot in 2:05.2. Driver Myles Heffernan Sr. sent the Myles Heffernan Jr. trainee to the top from post three heading to a :31.4 opening quarter. Go With Her stalked the leader through a 1:03.2 half and got locked by a first-over move from 1-5 favourite Mabou Ridge approaching three-quarters in 1:35.2. Mabou Ridge loomed closer to Tequila Tuesday through the stretch, but the tempo setter held firm by three-quarter lengths to win. Go With Her took third.

A son of Armbro Barrister, Tequila Tuesday won his first race from four starts, earning $13,006. Jackie Heffernan owns the $12.00 winner.

Star Photo went wire to wire in the $2,300 Open Trot in 2:00. The 10-year-old Classic Photo gelding led through splits of :29.4, 1:01.1 and 1:30.3 under minimal pressure. Hop Up mounted a mild first-over bid moving to the final turn but stalled through the stretch while race-favourite Majian Tango ranged wide to recoup ground. Star Photo hit the finish two lengths better than Majian Tango while pocket-sitter Suicide Shift took third.

Conditioned by Kevin Gillis for owners Robi Hughes, Blair MacLauchlan, Eric MacLauchlan and James Perrot, Star Photo won his seventh race from 24 starts this season and his 47th from 202 overall, earning $373,777. Jason Hughes steered the $5.00 winner.

A pair of $1,900 divisions went on the Tuesday card for the second preliminary of the $5,000 Alpine Claiming Series. Dancers Pass popped pocket to take the first division in 1:57.2 after stalking pacesetter Shiftyn Georgie through fractions of :28.2, :57.4 and 1:28.1. Mr Yokassippi kicked from third to overtake Shiftyn Georgie for second while Cowgirl Poker went on a break and did not finish.

Michael Folkins owns Dancers Pass, an eight-year-old mare by Ashlees Big Guy. Gilles Barrieau steered the Blaine McKenna trainee to her second victory in 18 starts this season and her 11th in 139 overall, earning $45,624. She paid $7.00 to win.

Seethelightsngo brushed from the pocket on the second circuit to take the second division of the Alpine Series. The six-year-old Big Jim mare drafted pacesetter Craven The Beach through a :28.1 opening quarter and a :57.2 half. Driver Dale Spence sprung the George Rennison trainee to the front before hitting three-quarters in 1:26.2 and maintained a one-and-three-quarter-length lead under the finish while pursued by favourite Leaving A Legacy. W C Kenzie Cookie took third in the 1:56.4 mile.

Owned by Andrea Rennison, Ryder Rennison and Mallory Naugler, Seethelightsngo won her sixth race from 16 starts this season and her 14th from 74 overall, earning $81,501. She paid $8.80 to win.

To view Tuesday's harness racing results, click on the following link: Tuesday Results - Charlottetown Driving Park.


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