Seventeen juveniles entered for Cash Pot 'Only One For Me' Trophy

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Seventeen juveniles entered for Cash Pot 'Only One For Me' Trophy


Tuesday, October 22, 2019

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Seventeen of the leading two-year-olds this season, plus a number of newcomers, have been preliminarily entered in the first of the three major juvenile races sponsored by Supreme Ventures Limited. The other two races are the Pick-3 Challenge Trophy in November, and the one-mile Jamaica Two-Year-old Stakes in December.

The Cash Pot 'Only One For Me' Trophy is contested over six furlongs, with the leading two-year-old so far this season, Wow Wow trained by Gary Subratie, leading the 17 entrants with 56.0 kgs allotted.

Cash Is King, K D Rocket, Money Monster and Nipster are the other winners preliminarily entered for this event, which carries a total purse of $3,250,000.

GRADE 111 – 1,200 metres
Purse: $3,250,000
1 Wow Wow 56.0 kgs Gary Subratie
2 Cash Is King 54.0 kgs Anthony Nunes
3 K D Rocket 54.0 kgs Gary Subratie
4 Money Monster 54.0 kgs Fitzroy Glispie
5 Nipster 54.0 kgs Richard Azan
6 King Arthur 52.5 kgs Wayne DaCosta
7 Royal Approach 52.5 kgs Anthony Nunes
8 The Monster 52.5 kgs Wayne DaCosta
9 Fearless Champion 51.5 kgs Wayne DaCosta
10 My Time Now 51.5 kgs Wayne DaCosta
11 Olde Wharf 51.5 kgs Gary Subratie
12 Above and Beyond 50.0 kgs Anthony Nunes
13 Another Affair 50.0 kgs Gary Subratie
14 Big Mama 50.0 kgs Wayne DaCosta
15 Elitist 50.0 kgs Wayne DaCosta
16 Task Force 50.0 kgs Anthony Nunes
17 Versatile Vision 50.0 kgs Anthony Nunes

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