Horse Racing

Breaking into the top 10, top five next

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff writer | Tuesday, September, 5 2017    

Claiming apprentice Anthony Thomas doesn't want to get too far ahead of himself, but his recent rise in form has induced the promising rider to set himself another goal – to finish among the top five jockeys at Caymanas Park for the 2017... Read More

Smellie, Beckford find winners' enclosure

Tuesday, September, 5 2017    

TRAINER Patrick Smellie, who has been out of the racing loop for a while, found the winners' enclosure on his return on Saturday in the form of OK Dude. Read More

Racing photo page 2 — September 5, 2017

Tuesday, September, 5 2017    

This young lad takes a keen interest in the happenings while his father gets a closer look. (Photos: Joseph Wellington)What's all the excitement about? Read More

Racing photo page 1 — September 5, 2017

Tuesday, September, 5 2017    

Another winner for owner Garth Samuels (left). In photo he leads in Tashie Baby with Oneil Scott in the saddle. (Photos: Joseph Wellington)Trainer Christopher Pierre (left) and jockey Odeen Edwards before the running of the Terremoto Trophy on Saturday. Read More

Jockeys Barrington Mclarty, Rayon Blake mzke rare appearance

Tuesday, September, 5 2017    

VETERAN jockeys Barrington McLarty and Rayon Blake were both riding at the Park on Saturday, the first time both were doing so in quite a while. Read More

FortuneOneHundred just keeps on winning

Tuesday, September, 5 2017    

FORTUNEONEHUNDRED has raced with some of the best in the past, and his record contains some notable successes.Unfortunately, injuries have somewhat curtailed his forward surge, and now the American-bred horse can be found among the claiming ranks. Read More

Nine horses claimed on Saturday

Tuesday, September, 5 2017    

NINE horses were claimed on the 11-race programme at Caymanas Park last Saturday.Stir It Up, who won the third race, was claimed from Steven Todd by Oneil Markland for himself for $450,000. Read More

Speedsters converge on None Such

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Tuesday, September, 5 2017    

Eight of the leading sprinters in the country have been provisionally entered for this year's renewal of the None Such Sprint. Read More

Brawn takes feature, Anthony Thomas the riding honours

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Sunday, September, 3 2017    

Brawn, benefiting from a good ride from jockey Aaron Chatrie, went by horses at the top of the lane and sprinted away to win the 25th running of the $1.15-million Nigel B Nunes Memorial Cup feature in fine style at Caymanas Park yesterday. Read More

Terremoto Trophy, Nigel B Nunes Mem Cup take spotlight at Caymanas Park

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Saturday, September, 2 2017    

The venerable name Nunes in Jamaican horse racing will take centre stage at Caymanas Park today with the 17th Running of the Terremoto Trophy and the 25th Running of the Nigel B Nunes Memorial Cup. Read More

Exotic Wagers

Saturday, September, 2 2017    

Sunrise 6 (Races 1-6)Race 1) &empmargin;Lucky Stroke/Follow Back A MeRace 2) Nadeshico/ExhilarateRace 3) &empmargin;Zackontheattack/Unbreakable/Dash Board/Stir It UpRace 4) Ganja Man/Tashie Baby Read More

Legendary U plants firm roots at the Park

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, September, 1 2017    

His first appearance at Caymanas Park on Saturday was greatly anticipated, especially after some good early-morning gallops, and the American-bred Legendary U lived up to the expectations of his trainer Joseph Thomas and owners M&S... Read More

SVREL six months in

Friday, September, 1 2017    

Six months after taking over the reins of promoting horse racing at Caymanas Park, Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment Limited (SVREL) Brando Hayden says the company is pleased with the progress which has taken place, and is... Read More

Exhilarate to atone in Terremoto

Friday, September, 1 2017    

 The Terremoto Trophy for two-year-old non-winners of two (five furlongs round) shares centre stage with the Nigel B Nunes Memorial Cup on tomorrow's 11-race card at Caymanas Park. Read More

Another chance to fire

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, September, 1 2017    

One of tomorrow's feature races, the Nigel B Nunes Trophy (9 furlongs and 25 yards or 1820m) is adorned with seven starters, with each of the seven having the potential to win, thereby making the event most competitive. Read More


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