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Racing photos — December 18, 2018

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

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The start of a nine-furlong and 25-yard (1820 metres) event on last Saturday's 11-race card at Caymanas Park (Photos: Naphtali Junior)

HALL OF FAMERS! Hall of Fame inductee Linval McFarlane (left), groom of 1996 Triple Crown winner War Zone, presents the War Zone Trophy to another Hall of Fame inductee trainer Philip Feanny, who conditioned My Super Girl to victory in the event on Saturday last (December 15, 2018).

Trainer Peter McMaster and jockey Wesley Henry decide on tactics.

THE TRAINERS MEET! Trainers Richard Azan (left) and Ian Parsard greet each other in the Parade Ring on Saturday.

Trainer Stephen Todd (right) and jockey Tevin Foster after they combined to win the Saturday night cap with Bigbrowngreyhope.

Trainer Gary Subratie (left) saddles his first time runner, Sentient.

Jockey Harriston Lewis on board one of his rare winners, It's A Rap.

Racing manager at Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment Limited, Paul Roman (left) presents a special award to jockey Dane Nelson for riding 1000 winners at Caymanas Park.

1000th WINNER – Jockey Dane Nelson is sprayed with champagne to acknowledge his achievement of winning 1000 races at Caymanas Park.

Apprentice Roger Hewitt makes his way to the Parade Ring.


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