Eleven horses claimed on Easter Monday

Friday, April 21, 2017    

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The claiming box was busy on Easter Monday at Caymanas Park as a total of 11 horses were claimed on the 10-race programme.

Frankenstorm was claimed from Johnny Wilmot by Oneil Markland for Ripon Racing Stables for $450,000, while Fiftyonestorm

was taken from Oneil Markland by Maurice Crooks for Rosanna Brown, also for $450,000, from the first race.

In the third race, Maria’s Glory was claimed from Colin Ferguson by Denrick Chambers for Michael Wint and Late N Drafty

was claimed from Steven Todd by Patrick Chang for Sylvester Suberan. Both claims were made for $250,000 each.

Trainer Randolph Scott claimed Goforhome for Norris Phin for $180,000 from Gary Griffiths and Ryan Darby took Perfect Asset from Wayne DaCosta for $180,000 for Raphael Gordon from the fourth race.

Bars of Gold

was claimed from Paul Smith by Dale Murphy for O’Shaun Connection for $350,000; Titanic

was claimed from Victor Williams by Anthony Ferguson for The Seeker for $350,000; and Legendary Pleasure was taken from Tyrone Prince by Wilfred Chin for himself also for $350,000, from the fifth race.

In the 10th and final event on a $180,000-claiming tag, Ray Phillips lost


to Albert Chong for David Forbes and the Fitzgerald Richards-trained Coded Citizen was claimed by Wilfred Chin for Rupert Edwards.





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