URTAJ Trophy to provide Graydon with another win

URTAJ Trophy to provide Graydon with another win

Observer staff reporter

Friday, November 16, 2018

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TOMORROW is trainers' day at Caymanas Park and the feature race is the United Racehorse Trainers Association of Jamaica (URTAJ) Trophy.

Nine runners are contesting the Restricted Stakes event over nine furlongs and 25yards (1,820m) for a total purse of $900,000.

The Supreme Racing Guide analyses each runner and theirchances of taking home thelion's share of the purse onoffer in order of their draw.

AZARIA: (3.b.f – Performing Magic – Milestone) — Finished fourth in her last three races with the final one seeing her behind Hey Champ, Storm and Dragline over 7 furlongs (1,400m). Azaria is going to relish this extended trip and is expected to deliver another good run.

QUANTUM DANCER: (3.b.f– Sorrentino – Charity Dance) —Good filly but seems stretched out a bit here.

SHE'S SYMBOLIC: (3.b.f– Deputy Glitters – Cerebra)— Did well when coming offa break on October 15 to win by 2 lengths going a mile(1,600m). She's Symbolic steps up to compete here and might find a few in her way.

HARRY'S TRAIN: (3.ch.f –Discreetly Mine – Sweet Dixie Gal) — Finally came good on September 26 when releasing the maiden tag going nine and25 yards. However, repeating here is going to be a tall order.

JACKO LINKS: (3.dkb.c –Distorted – Verify) — Difficult to see him winning this one.SHE'S A BANKER: (3.ch. f– Forest Danger – Wap) — Still gaining the experience of the grade.

GRAYDON (3.b.c - Sweet Return – Hotesse) — Came back with a good effort on November10 to finish second behind My Sister over 7 furlongs. Graydon with more to travel here, can go one better.

ANNA LISA: (3.b.f - Adore The Gold – Anna) – Was third in the race behind My Sister and Graydon on November 10. Anna Lisa faces Graydon once more and will again find her rival too hot to handle.

STORM: (3.b.g – Natural Selection – All For Pleasure) —Storm ran a blinder on last when defeated by just over two lengths by Hey Champ going 7 furlongs. Storm is going to relish this journey and with less to fear, might be unsaddled in the winners' enclosure.

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