Expanded Gold Cup promises opportunities for Caribbean, Central America — Montagliani

BY SEAN A WILLIAMS Deputy Sport Editor | Friday, December, 7 2018    

With Central America and the Caribbean set to host Concacaf Gold Cup matches for the first time, the expansion is expected to bring with it varied benefits to the regions. Read More

Portmore's good fortune is Dunbeholden's nightmare

Friday, December, 7 2018    

Despite being unbeaten in six games on the back of five straight wins in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL), Portmore United Head Coach Shavar Thomas believes his team still has some tidying up to do if they are to maintain their current vein of form. Read More

Halledeen broke no rules of racing

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, December, 7 2018    

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St George's dominate Digicel Manning Cup XI

Friday, December, 7 2018    

Beaten finalists St George's College (STGC) dominated the Digicel Manning Cup All Star XI with six players, while only Captain Casseam Priestly of champions Kingston College (KC) made the cut. Read More

Hands on

BY SANJAY MYERS Senior staff reporter | Friday, December, 7 2018    

While expressing satisfaction with the overall preparation of the team, Jamaica Scorpions Head Coach Robert Samuels says inconsistencies in the batting and pace bowling departments offer food for thought heading into their opening game of the West Indies four-day cricket tournament away... Read More

Bagwandeen happy but not pleased how Diamond Mile was won

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, December, 7 2018    

Winning a race as prestigious as the Diamond Mille is always associated with an outpouring of happiness and joy. Read More

Larry Gomes laments fall of Windies

Friday, December, 7 2018    

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — West Indies veteran Larry Gomes has added his voice to the latest round of criticism levelled against the Caribbean side following their recent defeats in Bangladesh and India. Read More

Just riding on Diamond Mile Race Day, a dream come true for apprentice Tevin Foster

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, December, 7 2018    

APPRENTICE jockey Tevin Foster could not have asked for a better day in the saddle than on the Diamond Mile Race Day, last Saturday, December 1, 2018 at Caymanas Park. Read More

What happened to She's A Maneater not good for horse racing – Anthony Nunes

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, December, 7 2018    

THE painful sight of Diamond Mile favourite She's A Maneater bursting through her starting stall door and wildly running around in the infield brought shock and disbelief to many who witnessed the incident. Read More

Clubs eager to get cracking after glitzy SCCL draw in Miami

Friday, December, 7 2018    

Following Monday evening's glitzy draw event of the Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League (SCCL), clubs are already eager to get cracking. Read More

Performance analysis for Diamond Mile Race Day (1-12-2018)

BY WES MARTIN Observer writer | Friday, December, 7 2018    


Nunes holds the handle, DaCosta the blade 

Friday, December, 7 2018    

THE tables that were threatening to turn in the last four race days finally did, as Anthony Nunes is now the leader in the intense battle for the title of champion trainer 2018. Read More

A stupid move, I apologise – jockey Robert Halledeen

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, December, 7 2018    

JOCKEY Robert Halledeen, winner of the Diamond Mile aboard Will In Charge on Saturday last (December 1, 2018) at Caymanas Park, has been facing heavy and continuous criticisms for idling and showboating on his mount which almost cost him, and the connections of Will In Charge, the small... Read More

Will In Charge loves his fruit juice mix – groom Cleve Walters

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, December, 7 2018    

THE grooming of horses is a very difficult job in the racing industry and one which also takes a lot of time and dedication if success is to be gained. Read More

Hard to oppose Stranger Danger in Dye Job

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, December, 7 2018    

 TOMORROW'S Dye Job Sprint, named after one of the best foreigners to ever race in Jamaica could be one of the key races in the ongoing battle for the trainers' crown between Anthony Nunes and Wayne DaCosta. Read More




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