Diamond Mile Race Day Snaps – Saturday, November 9, 2019


Diamond Mile Race Day Snaps – Saturday, November 9, 2019

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A still feisty She's A Maneater after winning the Diamond Mile. The jockey is Omar Walker. (Photos: Naphtali Junior and Joseph Wellington)

Jockey Omar Walker after the post-parade guides She's A Maneater to the start of the Diamond Mile.

DIAMOND MILE ONE TWO FOR DACOSTA! Grooms from the stables of trainer Wayne DaCosta celebrate a one-two finish in the Diamond Mile with winner She's A Maneater (Omar Walker) at left and second place Stranger Danger (Phillip Parchment) at right.

Jockey Omar Walker stands tall in the saddle as he returns on She's A Maneater after winning the fifth running of the Diamond Mile.

Emilio “The People's Champion” Rodriquez (right) receiving a triumphant return to The Park.

Trainer of Diamond Mile winner She's A Maneater, Wayne DaCosta (right), receives his trophy from chairman of the Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Commission (BGLC) Clovis Metcalfe. At centre is the chairman of Supreme Ventures Limited (SVL), Gary Peart. The BGLC and SVL are the title sponsors of the Diamond Mile.

Trainer Wayne DaCosta (centre) having a chat with his daughter Stephanie (left) and jockey Omar Walker in the winners' enclosure.

Former jockey Winston “Fanna” Griffiths (left) greeting fans.

Chairman of Supreme Ventures Limited, Gary Peart (left) presents the Diamond Mile breeders' trophy to Leo Oakley representing the breeder of winner, She's A Maneater, Winston Kong. At centre is the chairman of the Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Commission Clovis Metcalfe.

Former jockey George HoSang (left) getting love and attention from racing fans.

AND A CHILD SHALL LEAD THEM! Omar Walker Jr (right) teaching the chairman of the Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Commission, Clovis Metcalfe, all about racing.

She’s A Maneater leaves the saddling barn area, led by her groom Christo Anthony.

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