Horse Racing

Reggae Gone Grammy gives partowner St Andrade Sinclair some hope

Observer writer

Friday, February 15, 2019

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PART-OWNER of Reggae Gone Grammy, St Andrade Sinclair does not want to get too far ahead of himself but he has high hopes for his filly, especially heading into the native-bred three-year-old Classic races which begin in April.

This came after the bay filly produced an eye-catching run to win Division 2 of the John Clifton Wright Memorial Cup feature over six furlongs (1,200m) on Saturday, February 9.

Reggae Gone Grammy got home by 8 lengths with first time runner Case Closed finishing second and Cryptocurrency third. The winning was 1:14.1 for the race distance.

After the win by Reggae Gone Grammy, Sinclair was asked to share his thoughts about the win by his filly with an eye on the upcoming Classic races, especially those races earmarked for the fairer sex.

“To say the least, I am very elated. We have tried very hard with this filly and she's coming on nicely right now. Well, the sky is the limit. We will now look forward to the Trials next and naturally we have an eye on the Derby, but let us wait and see how things unfold.

“I have been an avid race horse player all my life, mainly as an owner and a punter and so forth, and my partners and myself, we have always loved horseracing and we finally decided to invest in it as our hobby and as a means of promoting our business,” Sinclair informed.

Reggae Gone Grammy is a three-year-old bay filly by Western Classic out of the Traditional mare Little Thunder.

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