Colts in spotlight tonight at CDP

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The Atlantic Sires Stakes for two-year-old colt pacers will take the stage on the lone  card today at the Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park as Old Home Week racing continues.

Post time is 7 p.m. for the 12-dash card.

Three $9,900 two-year-old colt pacing Atlantic Sires Stakes divisions are on the card in races 8, 10 and 12. Race 8 has Johnnybananas riding a two-race win streak for driver Jason Hughes and owner-trainer Jamie Smith of Charlottetown.

The Aahm Canadian Now colt has Post 4 and will face five rivals.

They are Gotta Move (Bernard McCallum), Lorne Valley Ricki (Gary Chappell), George (Clare Macdonald), Arnold Dick (Terry Gallant) and Camco Titan (Kenny Arsenault).

JJ Romeo is the favorite in Race 10 for trainer-driver Mike Stevenson and owner Dan Ross of Belfast.

The Proven Lover colt has yet to see the winner’s circle in his short career but was a bang-up second his last start pacing in 1:58.4 in Summerside.

Other entries include Bngs Express (Daniel Romo), Old Stu Da Baker (Mike McGuigan), Mayhem Man (Norris Rogers), Proven Desire (Marc Campbell) and Timely Finesse (Arsenault).

The final division lines up in Race 12 and Harry Wilder will look for his second win in-a-row from Post 4 for driver Kenny Murphy, trainer Clifford Murphy and owner Gordon Crozier of Warren Grove.

He will face off with Hog Aufray (Arsenault), All Hail (Walter Cheverie), R Es Aiden (Rodney Gillis), Goodmorningmister (Chappell) and Pictonian Basil (Stevenson).

A trio of $2,500 Atlantic Sires Stakes B Divisions line up in races 4, 6 and 9.

Organizations: Red Shores, Bngs Express

Geographic location: Charlottetown Driving Park, Charlottetown, Belfast Summerside Warren Grove

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