CHARLOTTETOWN - Kenny Arsenault drove Untouchable One to a 1:56.1 victory on Sunday in the $22,000 Atlantic Breeders Crown final for three-year-old pacing colts.
Untouchable One is owned by Dooley Boys Racing Stables of Halifax. Jacob's Jackpot and Beach Paradise finished second and third, respectively.
The Rev, owned by Truro's Stephen Tufts and Robert Skinner, and driven and trained by Danny Romo, was fourth.
In the $22,000 final for three-year-old fillies, Brodie MacPhee guided Ramblinglily to victory in 1:56.3 for owner Normand Leger of Shediac, N.B.
Western Judy was second, while Whisty's Paradise was third. Whisty's Paradise is owned by Alton's Chris Laffin, driven by his father Ernie and trained by his grandfather Blair.
In the two-year-old pacing colt final Dumas Walker was victorious in 157.4 for driver and co-owner Myles Heffernan of Glace Bay.
Saulsbrook Alana set a new track record for two-year-old pacing fillies when she crossed the finish line in 1:56 fro driver Marc Campbell and owner Reginald MacPherson of Stratford, P.E.I.
Phantom Beau and driver Arsenault took first place in the two-year-old trot Invitational for owner-breeder Peter Breau of Moncton, while Oceanview Kate and driver Mike Stevenson crossed the finish line first in the three-year-old trot Invitational for owner William Roloson of Belfast, P.E.I.