Horse Racing

Campesino obliges after Nuclear Flight goes off course

Thursday, February, 14 2019    

It was a drama-filled top-rated Open Allowance highlighter event at Caymanas Park yesterday. Read More

Nuclear Flight to top Peking Cruz in Open Allowance 5-straight contest

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter ruddya@jamaicaobserver.com | Wednesday, February, 13 2019    

Four-year-old chestnut gelding Peking Cruz and four-year-old dark bay filly Nuclear Flight lock horns in what should be an epic battle from start to finish in an Open Allowance highlighter over the five-furlong (1,000m) straight course at Caymanas Park today. Read More

Horse of the Year 2018 — Will In Charge

Tuesday, February, 12 2019    

Will In Charge , the Robert Pearson-conditioned chestnut horse, as expected was voted to wear the coveted and prestigious crown of Horse of the Year for his exploits during the 2018 racing season at Caymanas Park. Read More

Racing news for Saturday, February 9, 2019

Tuesday, February, 12 2019    

Messi achieves first time goal of maiden victory Read More

Straight duel

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Tuesday, February, 12 2019    

Although the Millard Ziadie Memorial Cup is the lone feature race on tomorrow's 10-race card the Open Allowance call is certain to awake most attention among racing fans. Read More

Perfect opportunity for Drummer Boy to get things right

Tuesday, February, 12 2019    

Another race which is worthy of consideration for observation on tomorrow's 10-race programme is the high-optional claiming ($850,000-$750,000) event involving a number of starters with good chances of winning. Read More

Princess Lauren, Reggae Gone Grammy easily take two sections of feature race

Sunday, February, 10 2019    

First-time runner Princess Lauren, trained by Gary Subratie, and Reggae Gone Grammy, who is conditioned by Fitznahum Williams, won their respective sections of the John Clifton Wright Memorial Cup feature race at Caymanas Park yesterday. Read More

Keen battles expected in John Clifton Wright Memorial Cup

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter ruddya@jamaicaobserver.com | Saturday, February, 9 2019    

PREPARATION continues for the upcoming native-bred, three-year-olds Classic races with the running of the $870,000 John Clifton Wright Memorial Cup feature going six furlongs (1,200m) at Caymanas Park today. Read More

Earn Your Stripes makes seasonal entry

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, February, 8 2019    

THE highly thought of Earn Your Stripes from the high-powered barn of trainer Anthony Nunes makes his three-year-old entry tomorrow in a three-year-old non-winners of two for local horses and a maiden event for foreigners going a mile. Read More

Two newcomers to decide section one of trophy race

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, February, 8 2019    

Division One of the John Clifton Wright Memorial Cup feature should provide some good competition among the 10 runners taking part. Read More

No devaluation as Cryptocurrency should get home

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, February, 8 2019    

NATIVE-BRED three-year-olds take centre stage at Caymanas Park tomorrow as they continue preparation for the upcoming Classic races by contesting the running of the John Clifton Wright Memorial Cup feature on the 11-race programme. Read More

Supreme Soul brings joy to Deo Maharaj

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, February, 8 2019    

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Fractious Lord Ashton finally delivers

Friday, February, 8 2019    

AFTER finishing in fifth place by 5 lengths behind JamalJames in the Steward's Cup over 5 furlongs (1,000m) round on December 30, 2017, Lord Ashton was expected to improve and go on to better things but instead, the... Read More

Samantha Fletcher – oh so good on One Soo True

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, February, 8 2019    

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A tactically correct Omar Walker drives Superluminal to victory

BY SHERDON COWAN Observer staff reporter cowans@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, February, 8 2019    

WHILE Superluminal's seasonal debut ended in an encouraging victory, trainer Ian Parsard pointed out that his charge has health issues which makes his competitive career a bit difficult and as such is taking each performance in stride. Read More



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