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My Time Now off the mark

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff writer | Tuesday, December, 17 2019    

Making only his third career start and wearing blinkers for the second time, the Carlton Watson-owned bay colt My Time Now (Casual Trick – Bella In Bloom) came off the pace to win his maiden. The event was the $900,000 Andrew HB... Read More

After devastating injury, jockey Romero Maragh 'hungry' to return

Tuesday, December, 17 2019    

Romero Maragh can finally see the finishing line. Read More

Racing news for Saturday, December 14, 2019

Tuesday, December, 17 2019    

Dada's Nala comfortable in victory Read More

Easy does it for God of Love

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Tuesday, December, 17 2019    

After the recent Caribbean Sprint Championship when he finished in fourth place, three lengths behind Another Bullet over six furlongs (1,200m), three-year-old bay gelding God of Love returned to the races but down in class on Saturday. Read More

Exhilarate versus Mr Universe in Open Allowance sprint

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Tuesday, December, 17 2019    

A competitive Open Allowance event highlights the nine-race programme at Caymanas Park tomorrow. Read More

Unstoppable 'Warrior'

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Tuesday, December, 17 2019    

To say that jockey Dane Nelson is enjoying a Midas-like touch in the saddle would be the understatement of the current racing season. Read More

The gates open on horse racing in St Lucia

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Tuesday, December, 17 2019    

KINGSTON, Jamaica — St Lucia placed themselves on the horse racing map when they hosted their first race meeting under the auspices of Royal St Lucia Turf Club. Read More

Racing snaps for Saturday, December 14, 2019

Tuesday, December, 17 2019    

Veteran trainer Lee Clarke chats with jockey Chalrick Budhai. (Photos: Joseph Wellington)Trainer Owen Sharpe (right) with jockey Trevor SimpsonTrainer Howard McLeod (right) in the Parade Ring with leading jockey, Christopher Mamdeen Read More

Photo: REGRADING OF THE TRACK

Tuesday, December, 17 2019    

A major resurfacing of the surface of the racetrack was undertaken last week. Photo shows work being done by the track crew during the regrading project. Read More

Crafty and Ready one of five for Dane Nelson

Sunday, December, 15 2019    

The Adin Williams-conditioned Crafty and Ready ignited sparks while landing the $980,000 Dye Job Sprint feature at Caymanas Park yesterday. Jockey of the moment, Dane Nelson, got Crafty and Ready running from early as they vied for the lead with She's A Hit (Shane... Read More

Crafty and Ready for Dye Job Sprint

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter ruddya@jamaicaobserver.com | Saturday, December, 14 2019    

Crafty and Ready, an American-bred bay colt who made an encouraging debut when finishing second to another foreigner, Sir Alton eight days ago, looks all set to go one better in the $980,000 Dye Job Sprint, one of three trophy races on the 10-race programme at Caymanas Park... Read More

Exotic Wagers

Saturday, December, 14 2019    

Sunrise 6 (Races 1-6)Race 1) God of LoveRace 2) Above and BeyondRace 3) Harry's Train/Kalahari/AzariaRace 4) Princess Annie/MarquesasRace 5) Uncle Polly/King Arthur/Crafty and ReadyRace 6) Princess Ava/Roy Rogers/Sentient Read More

'Maneater' to continue

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, December, 13 2019    

The speculation is over as The Supreme Racing Guide is confirming that champion five-year-old mare, She's A Maneater is to continue her already distinguished racing career in 2020. Read More

Crafty and Ready to do the 'job'

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, December, 13 2019    

Seven two year olds face Mr Starter in this year's renewal of the Dye Job Sprint. This Restricted Stakes event carries a total purse of $980,000 and is a contest over a distance of six furlongs (1,200 metres). Read More

Hecandance finally comes to the winning party

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, December, 13 2019    

Hecandance , a late-blooming three-year-old dark bay gelded son of American Dance , running for the sixth time proved too good for his 11 rivals after gyrating to a 4 -length victory. This victory... Read More



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