Prince Wales Stakes 2014: Start Time, TV Channel, Positions, Horses, Odds for Canadian Triple Crown Race

By Zachary Stieber
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July 29, 2014 Updated: July 18, 2015

The Prince Wales Stakes is set for Tuesday, July 29 in Fort Erie, Canada.

The 1 mile, 3/16th oval race has a post time of 7:40 p.m. EDT.

The race is being broadcast on TSN Network.

Check out the positions, horses, and odds below, via the Fort Erie Times.

1. East Side, 6-1
2. Ami’s Holiday, 9-5
3. Ascot Martin, 20-1
4. Matador, 3-1
5. Money Talks, 20-1
6. Coltimus Prime, 12-1
7. Smart Spree, 20-1
8. Lynx, 5-1
9. Rhythm Blues, 8-1
10. Lions Bay, 5-1

Fort Erie Mayor Doug Martin was this year’s draw master, helping select the positions.

He told the Times that the Fort Erie Race Track is a vital part of town.

“It (the racetrack) is the most important part of the community,” he said.

“Everyone has either worked at the racetrack or knows someone who has worked at the racetrack.”

Horse Racing Nation notes that for the fourth straight year, the Queen’s Plate winner will not compete in the Prince of Wales Stakes.

Trainer Mark Casse said that the two reasons Lexie Lou isn’t racing is that she hasn’t competed over a dirt surface and that she’s already raced twice in six weeks. Casse will still have representation in the race through Matador, which got seventh in Queen’s Plate, and East Side.

The blog says in its analysis that Ami’s Holiday will win, with Matador and Coltimus Prime coming in second and third.

Zachary Stieber
Zachary Stieber
Reporter
Zachary Stieber covers U.S. news, including politics and court cases. He started at The Epoch Times as a New York City metro reporter.