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Drawing the posts with track announcer Daryl Wells, Olympic athlete Charmaine Reid, and Woodbine's director of racing Tom Cosgrove.
Entries were taken and post positions drawn on Wednesday for the 70th running of the Prince of Wales Stakes, the second leg of Canada's Triple Crown. A field of only six three-year-olds were entered headed up by Wild Desert, winner of the Queen's Plate three weeks ago. Also back from the Queen's Plate are Ablo (4th) and Granique (6th). Three new horses joined in this time: Autumn Snow, fourth in the Charlie Barley on Queen's Plate day, Out From Africa, fourth in the Plate Trial, and Stephen's Gift, fifth in the Victoria Park and a maiden special weight winner last out. If Wild Desert can win again he will go into the final leg of the Triple Crown, the Breeders' Stakes at Woodbine.
A Bit O'Gold winning the 2004 Prince of Wales Stakes over Niigon.
Post time for the Prince of Wales Stakes is Sunday at 5:08pm ET at Fort Erie Race Track and the race will be shown live on The Score in Canada.
Below are the entries for the Prince of Wales Stakes. All horses carry 126 pounds.
|1||Granique||Alec Fehr||Corey Fraser||8-1|
|2||Autumn Snow||Mac Benson||Francine Villeneuve||12-1|
|3||Wild Desert||Bobby Frankel||Pat Valenzuela||4-5|
|4||Ablo||Roger Attfield||Gerry Olguin||7-2|
|5||Stephen's Gift||John Ross||Steven Bahen||12-1|
|6||Out From Africa||John Ross||Jono Jones||4-1|
The Prince of Wales Stakes trophy
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