SUMMERSIDE — Big League and All Turain won their respective divisions of the Island Pacing Championships, presented by Meridian Farms, Sunday at Summerside Raceway.
Big League, owned by Johan Moase of Cornwall, gave Corey MacPherson his fourth winner of the day when he caught fraction setter Wild Dragon at the head of lane and drove on to victory in 1:55.4.
Leading Camdidate came flying late to grab second while Narragansett finished third.
All Turain won his fourth in a row in the second division of the championship for Brodie MacPhee in 1:55.1.
MacPhee tipped the Trevor Hicken trainee off the back of Touch of Lightning to capture his fifth win from 18 starts this season.
Lee Hicken of Charlottetown co-owns the pacer.
Touch of Lightning was right there for second while Lucky Encounter completed the triactor.
War Cry Ranger won the Isabelle and Ivan Cameron Memorial in an impressive 1:57.2.
Brian Andrew did the driving for his co-owners Bill and Blake Andrew.
MacPherson’s other winners on the program came with No Pain Intended for Harold Hill, Lets Make Ideal owned by Mikeala Lustic, Warren Grove and Bizzy Izzy for trainer Jeff Wallace of Alberton.
Brodie MacPhee had a driving double on the program.
Bunny Mach was able to track down race favourite Veronicavermillion and win the Saturday feature in a sparking 1:55.1 at the Charlottetown Driving Park.
Gary Chappell engineered the winning drive for trainer Stephen Quinn and owners Don and Steven MacRae of Vernon Bridge.
The longshot paid $31.90 to win.
Veronicavermillion (Brodie MacPhee) was second with JK Special (Walter Cheverie) third.
The 5-2-3 triactor paid $702.60.
Members of the Canadian Coast Guard Search and Rescue were trackside to make the cooler presentation to the winners.
Fitelle, with owner-driver Peter Lanigan of Montague in the bike, won the Martin MacDougall Memorial in Race 4.
The time of the mile was 1:59.3 over Diesel Seelster and Glencove Uday.
The card featured two trot divisions.
Sandhill Angel overcame Post 8 to in by open lengths in 2:03 for driver Kenny Arsenault and trainer-owner Glen Claybourne of Charlottetown.
JK Queen put in a gate-to-wire performance to win the other trot class in 2:04.
Walter Cheverie did the driving for owners Joe Smallwood of Stratford and Norman Clarey of Charlottetown.
Chappell, Arsenault, Gary Chappell and MacPhee recorded driving doubles.