Horse Racing

Twelve horses claimed

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

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Twelve horses were claimed on the 12-race programme at Caymanas Park last Saturday.

Counter Attack was claimed from Gary Griffiths by Errol Pottinger for Garth Samuels; Speedy Process was taken from Johnny Wilmot by Lawrence Freemantle for Craig Russell; Late N Drafty was claimed from Anthony Nunes by Victor Williams for Ramos, and Maria's Glory was claimed from Gary Crawford by Steven Todd for himself from the ninth race.

All claims were made for $250,000. Paul Hylton lost Supreme Magic for $350,000 to Oneil Markland for Michael Howard, and Gaga Lady was claimed for $350,000 from Gary Crawford by Albert Chong for Borris McIntosh from the 10th race.

In the 12th and final event, Dennis Lee claimed the winner of the event Royal Girl from Robert Darby Snr for himself; Welsh Soutar took Turbo Machine from Clifton McLish for Henry Minto; Albert Chong claimed Your Emissary for David Forbes from Steven Todd; Delroy Wisdom took Leighton Reid from Andrew McDonald for Warrenton McLean, and Ryan Darby claimed She's Plummy from Phillip Thompson for Raphael Gordon. All the claims in the last race were made for $180,000.

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