A milestone reached for veteran harness driver Kenny Arsenault.
He had three winners at Red Shores in Charlottetown including career win #3,000.
Forever Paradise took the feature with Mike McGuigan behind with a mile in 1.57/3.
Summerside has a 12 dash card of racing today at 1.00.
Jordan Spieth has a three stroke lead entering the final round of the British Open at Royal Birkdale in Southport, England. He had a 65 yesterday. Fellow American Matt Kuchar is next. Canadian Austin Connelly is tie for third after 66 and six shots off the pace.
South African Braden Grace who had a record 62 is tied for 5th and seven shots back.
The Charlottetown Islanders gained a split with the first place Saint John Alpines in New Brunswick Senior baseball.
Jordan Stevenson went the distance on a 2-hit shutout as the Isles won the opener, 3-0. Saint John won the second game, 3-1.
The Alpines are tied for first with Chatham at 13-9. The Islanders now 7-16.
The PEI Juniors split their double header with the Fredericton Royals. Fredericton won the opener, 6-4 scoring twice in the 7th. The Islanders won the second game, 2-1.
Francisco Lindor’s walk-off homer in 10th handed the Cleveland Indians a 2-1 win over the last place Toronto Blue Jays. Justin Smoak had tied the game with his 27th home run off Andrew Miller in the 8th. Marc Stroman had another standout game pitching into the 8th. He has third lowest ERA in the American League.
The Los Angeles Angels dropped the Boston Red Sox, 7-3. Mike Trout homered and made a great catch in the 6th with Boston trying to rally. Andrelton Simmons both hit a 2-run homer off David Price.
Nelson Cruz had a walk-off single in the 10th as Seattle trimmed New York, 6-5.
Texas got by Tampa Bay, 8-4.
The Red Sox still up by 3.5. on the Yankees and Rays.
Calgary over Saskatchewan, 27-10 in the CFL. The Stampeders are 3-1-1 in the West.
Team PEI has won the Jim Fletcher award for spirit and fair play at the North American Indigenous Games held in Toronto.
PEI won three bronze medals in the games including two in badminton and one in archery.
Stock car racing at Oyster Bed Speedway on Saturday night. Amanda Wheatley won the Street Stock Super Sieres race followed by Alex Sheehan and Brandon Snow.
Matt Palmer won the Late Model class. Alex Myers took the Outlaw and Ricky Millar won the Mini Stock.
The 40th Dunk River Run which gets underway at Callbeck’s Home Hardware in Central Bedeque at 9.00 a.m.
Kings County Baseball has three games.
Stratford at Peakes at 2.00.
Northside plays the Action Aero Expos at 6.00 at Memorial Field.
Cardigan at Morell at 6.30.
New Brunswick Premier Soccer sees the PEI Canada Games team playing Fundy United on the mainland this afternoon