Horse Racing

Poor Yearling Sale

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Tuesday, November, 14 2017    

The 2017 Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association (TOBA) Yearling Sale, which was held in the official car park at Caymanas Park on Sunday, failed to meet its usual high standards. Read More

She's 'Three-mendous'

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Sunday, November, 12 2017    

The hoofprints of the truly gifted filly She's A Maneater are now forever cemented in the pantheon of the greatest- ever horses to race at Caymanas Park after her glorious and impressive victory in the 10-furlong (2,000m) Burger King Superstakes yesterday. Read More

She's A Maneater goes in pursuit of greatness!

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Saturday, November, 11 2017    

Today's Burger King Super Day at Caymanas Park could blossom into one of the most exhilarating, captivating and patently illustrious race days for Jamaica's thoroughbred racing with the 39th running of the Burger King-sponsored Superstakes. Read More

Exotic Wagers

Saturday, November, 11 2017    

Sunrise 6 (Races 1-6)Race 1) Princess BriannaRace 2) Connectit/Commander Two/Fayrouz/GraniteRace 3) Boffo/Newton's First Law/Urban Principal/Sorrentino's StarRace 4) Baby P/Coralando Read More

Campesino for Sprint double

Friday, November, 10 2017    

While all eyes will be firmly fixed on Triple Crown winner She's A Maneater as she takes on Graded Stakes horses in the 39th running of the $4.5-million Burger King Superstakes, the Glen Mills Caribbean Sprint Championship should also... Read More

THE VOTES ARE IN!

Friday, November, 10 2017    

Some of the island's top thoroughbred conditioners, among them trainers with horses participating in the Burger King Superstakes, share their views on the outcome of the race. ANTHONY NUNES Read More

Bigdaddykool seeks 'double whopper'

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, November, 10 2017    

The time is at hand for the Burger King-sponsored Superstakes, a race which since its inception has evoked the passion of all racing fans and the professionals involved in the sport of horse racing. Read More

COCA-COLA INVITATIONAL MILE: Houdini's Magic the choice

Friday, November, 10 2017    

The 2017 Burger King-sponsored Super Day will not only be highlighted by the Superstakes and the Caribbean Sprint Championship named in honour of renowned track coach Glen Mills, but will also be brightened by the presence of some top horses in the Invitational... Read More

My greatest victory

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff writer | Friday, November, 10 2017    

Although numerous Classic races have been won by horses he has groomed, Rupert Williams describes the dramatic win by Franfield in the 2015 Burger King-sponsored Superstakes as the greatest moment in his career in horse racing,... Read More

Trainer Anthony Nunes decries Mile handicaps

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, November, 10 2017    

In addition to Bigdaddykool's presence in the Burger King Superstakes, trainer Anthony Nunes believes he will also be well represented both in the Caribbean Sprint Championship and the Invitational Mile on Super Day, tomorrow at Caymanas Park. Read More

NOVEMBER 14, 2015 — The day Phineas won the Coca-Cola Invitational Mile

BY ruddy allen Observer staff writer | Friday, November, 10 2017    

When the field turned for home in the boiling sun at Caymanas Park on November 14, 2015 in the Coca Cola Invitational Mile, Seeking My Dream took over proceedings from stable companion Fortuneonehundred in the handicap event, while Phineas was gearing up behind. In the final half-furlong (100m),... Read More

BURGER KING SUPERSTAKES — the real test for Will In Charge

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, November, 10 2017    

Will In Charge, the outstanding Robert Pearson-trained four-year-old chestnut colt, is without a doubt one of the most improved and consistent horses currently in training at Caymanas Park. Read More

BURGER KING SUPER DAY DRAW

Friday, November, 10 2017    

The draw for post positions for the Glen Mills Caribbean Sprint Championship and the Burger King-sponsored Superstakes took place on Wednesday at Caymanas Park. Supreme Racing Guide's photographer Joseph Wellington was there and he captured these moments. Read More

Brawn sidelined

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Tuesday, November, 7 2017    

The Supreme Racing Guide is confirming that Brawn, last year's winner of the Coca-Cola Invitational Mile, trained by Gary Subratie, will not be defending his title on Saturday. Read More

Pick 3 a possibility for My Beirut

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Tuesday, November, 7 2017    

After My Beirut 's emphatic victory in a maiden special weight event last Saturday, trainer Richard Azan is now contemplating whether or not he should enter the bay colt in the upcoming Pick 3 Super Challenge Trophy. Read More



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