Dyna's Pride to deliver in Joseph Armond

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

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The Joseph Armond Memorial Trophy is the feature on tomorrow's 10-race programme at Caymanas Park. Seven runners have been declared to face the starter over nine furlongs and 25 yards (1,820m) for the Restricted Allowance event.

The Supreme Racing Guide offers an analysis of the runners and their chances of taking home the lion's share of the $900,000 purse.

GIACONDA: (3.dkb.f - Forest DangerMay Flower) — Came good on December 1 when releasing the maiden tag over 7 furlongs (1,500m). Giaconda's 2 -length win in a final time of 1:34.3 showed that she is progressing nicely, but repeating in this field is asking too much of her. Giaconda should run a good race.

COHETE DEL EXITO: ( - StrikingwhileitshotNuthin But Zkaira) — Was a 9-length winner on November 14 over a mile (1,600m) but failed to follow up in her next race over the same distance on December 1 when finishing in 7th position by 30 lengths— behind Brandy, Dyna's Pride and Reggae Road. With Dyna's Pride present in this line-up, Cohete Del Exito will have to wait on another opportunity.

DYNA'S PRIDE: (USA -3.f- Bellamy Road Dynadoll) — Although not winning a race as yet, this powerful-striding filly is getting her act together. Running over tomorrow's distance on November 14, Dyna's Pride was just 1 length behind Daddy's Dilemma and Ricky Ricardo in a good time of 1:58.2. She followed up in her next on December 1 over a mile and was beaten by the out-of-class Brandy by 9 lengths. Based on those two runs, Dyna's Pride should have the beaten of this field tomorrow.

NUCLEAR LAVA: – ( - Nuclear Wayne Molten Lava) — Since breaking her maiden on September 8 over the same distance of this race, Nuclear Lava hasn't done anything in her next two starts, but she was 2 lengths fourth in that same race where Dyna's Pride finished third on November 14, and if she can reproduce that effort then she might have a say here. One thing that's a positive for Nuclear Lava is that Dane Nelson has been called upon to do duties.

ISOTOPE : (3.b.f - Silent Valor Secret Cat) — Winning by 5 lengths on last going nine plus (1,820m), the same as tomorrow's race, in a good 1:59.1. Isotope didn't beat many but an improved run is expected from her.

DEZZY THE GENIUS – ( - Legal Process Exchange Only) — Running his fair share of races at this level and will continue to do so without winning.

LUMINOUS POWER – (3.rn.c - Natural Selection Runaway AB) — Finished a good third behind Bad Boy Trump and Brandy on last over 7 furlongs (1,500m) and another good run is expected here, but winning this one is a tall order for him.

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