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The Champions of 2019 — across the board

Friday, February, 14 2020    

WINNERS BASED ON VOTINGMost Improved Rider - Phillip ParchmentMost Improved Trainer - Ian ParsardTWO-YEAR-OLDS (SPRINTERS 3F - 6F)Best 2-Y-O Female England's RoseBest 2-Y-O Male Wow Wow Read More

MR LFCH impresses on debut

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, February, 14 2020    

MR LFCH , a three-year-old chestnut colt by Western Classic – First Edition by Law of the Sea , made a promising debut... Read More

WELCOME HOME!

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Tuesday, February, 11 2020    

THE wait is finally over. After three long months in quarantine facilities in Florida, USA, Supreme Soul, winner of the 2019 Triple Crown series of races, touched down on home soil yesterday, to the relief of his trainer Anthony Nunes and his groom Adrian Taylor. Read More

The Analysis – for Saturday, February 8, 2020

BY WES MARTIN Contributor | Tuesday, February, 11 2020    

Eleven-year-old gelding Hologram Shadow (Anthony Allen), claimed by veteran trainer Dennis Lee on January 11 and who was declared the grand old campaigner for his 101st career start, was amply rewarded. Read More

Racing returns to the Royal Saint Lucia Turf Club

Tuesday, February, 11 2020    

Horse racing returns to the Royal Saint Lucia Turf Club on Sunday, February 16 launching a week of Independence Day celebrations for St Lucia. Read More

She's A Maneater– Horse of the Year 2019

Tuesday, February, 11 2020    

The Supreme Racing Guide presents the outstanding moments in photographs of She's A Maneater . She's A Maneater was named on Wednesday (February 5) the Horse of the Year for 2019. Read More

Racing news for Saturday, February 8, 2020

Tuesday, February, 11 2020    

Old-timer Hologram Shadow continues to win Read More

Jockey's room upgrade

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Tuesday, February, 11 2020    

After many years of complaining about the condition of the Jockeys' Room at the racetrack, riders are finally seen an upgrade of this facility. Read More

American horses dominate the field in first US$20-million Saudi Cup

Tuesday, February, 11 2020    

Officials of the US$20- million Saudi Cup, the world's richest horse race to be run on February 29, on Wednesday morning (February 5), listed an international field of 11 consisting mostly of American runners. Read More

Racing Snaps for Saturday, February 8, 2020

Tuesday, February, 11 2020    

Apprentice Oshane Nugent (blue top) with his posse of supporters after his win on Raw Liquid.Trainer Dalton Sirjue (right) exchanges thoughts with assistant trainer Peter John Parsard. Read More

Racing Snaps 2 – Saturday, February 8, 2020

Tuesday, February, 11 2020    

Punters give it their all during the running of a race.Jockey Trevor “Slicer” Simpson (left) and trainer Howard Jaghai find something to laugh about while in the Parade Ring. Read More

Wow Wow to make smashing seasonal debut

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter ruddya@jamaicaobserver.com | Saturday, February, 8 2020    

The Gary Subratie-conditioned Wow Wow with eight-consecutive victories under his belt, makes his seasonal debut at Caymanas Park today. Read More

Sencity off the mark

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, February, 7 2020    

Sencity is now a winner. The three-year-old dark brown filly achieved her first victory in a Maiden Condition event for native-bred three-year-olds on Saturday (February 1) at Caymanas Park. Read More

Cleopatra's Child comes in from the cold of disqualification

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, February, 7 2020    

Cleopatra's Child offi cially released her maiden tag by winning a Restricted Allowance V call for fillies and mares only, going 1000 metres straight, at Caymanas Park on Saturday, February 1. Read More

Testing Open Allowance five straight in the making

Friday, February, 7 2020    

While all eyes will be on the return of Wow Wow , champion two-year-old of last season, the three-year-old and upwards Open Allowance event going five furlongs straight (1,000m) is sure to command a lot of interest. Read More



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