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With Mt. Washington gleaming in the background, Campbell River’s Amberle Bakker and her horse round the first barrel during a picture-perfect Sunday in Oyster River. The Island Barrel Racing series continues Saturday at the Innes Ranch, located at the end of Fosgate Road. The Jackpot Stakes begin at 6 p.m. - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
With Mt. Washington gleaming in the background, Campbell River’s Amberle Bakker and her horse round the first barrel during a picture-perfect Sunday in Oyster River. The Island Barrel Racing series continues Saturday at the Innes Ranch, located at the end of Fosgate Road. The Jackpot Stakes begin at 6 p.m.
— image credit: Paul Rudan/The Mirror

With Mt. Washington gleaming in the background, Campbell River’s Amberle Bakker and her horse round the first barrel during a picture-perfect Sunday in Oyster River.

The Island Barrel Racing series continues Saturday at the Innes Ranch, located at the end of Fosgate Road. The Jackpot Stakes begin at 6 p.m.

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