The Atlantic Sires Stakes for three-year-old colt pacers headlines the Monday afternoon program at the Charlottetown Driving Park as Old Home Week racing continues.
First race post time for the 11-dash card is 1 pm.
Settlement Request will look to defeat five rivals in the $7,460 A Division in Race 5 with trainer Gilles Barrieau in the bike for owners Alfred Barrieau of Dieppe and Michael Clinton of Saint John, N.B.
Top competitors include Hollywoodgigolo (Mike Stevenson) and J Ps Warrior (Todd Trites).
Divisional leader Rancousy has Post 4 in the second split in Race 7 for trainer-driver Darren Crowe and owner Donald Charles Smith of Brookside, N.S.
The Western Paradise colt has won three of four A Division legs so far this season.
He will have to defeat a field that includes Super S Yzerman (Clare MacDonald) and Just A Professor (Marc Campbell).
Race 9 has Maritime Breeder’s champion Arties Magic off the rail for driver Todd Trites, trainer Earl Watts and owners Clive Balderston of New Brunswick and Windemere Farm of Hampshire.
He will have to fight off real challenges from Rebelseven (Campbell) and Island Gigolo (Brodie MacPhee).
The final split lines up in Race 11 with Touch Of Thunder favored from Post 2 for trainer-driver Earl Smith and owners Peter Smith of Charlottetown, Don Smith of Pownal, Gerald Morrissey of Vernon Bridge and Larry Chappell of Marshfield.
The Articulator colt will have to fight off Tobins Fusion (Barrieau) and Wine To Go (Kenny Arsenault).
Four $2,500 B Divisions line up in races 4, 6, 8 and 10.