Horse Racing

Younger 'Maneater' hits the track

Sibling of Triple Crown winner She's A Maneater races for first time

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER

Friday, September 08, 2017

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The two-year-old maiden special weight event which features eight starters over five furlongs (1,000m) round on tomorrow's 12-race card at Caymanas Park is attaining special attention with the entry of Without Exception, the younger full brother of Triple Crown winner and top-notch filly She's A Maneater.

Without Exception is a bay colt by Natural SelectionAhwhofah, owned and bred like She's A Maneater by Winston Kong and trained by champion trainer Wayne DaCosta.

While Without Exception has been going fairly well at exercise, he will not find it easy as 'big sister' first time out, mainly because of the presence of second-time starter Alexandra ( Blue Pepsi LodgeGrace Marie) who finished third when making her racing debut on July 29 behind Honey Ryda and Woodhouse over four furlong (800m).

Alexandra, trained by Ian Parsard, is a regular at morning exercise, breezing five furlongs in 1:03.0 on September 3. Paul Francis carries out the riding duties on Alexandra.

Other horses in the race who have run before include: Best Advice ( Film Director Olympic Advice) trained by Lorenzo Robinson and Francine who recently finished second, albeit a long way behind My Sister. Francine ( LiquiditySense of Tradition) is trained by Phillip Elliott.

Apart from Without Exception, there are four other first-timers; A Seh Soup ( Liquidity Sage's Giftbox) trained by Rowan Mathie; Commander Two ( Forest Danger Hurricane Michelle) trained by Cleveland Mitchell; Free Marie ( Freedom For Jante - Rhea Marie) trained by Lorenzo Robinson and Goldeneye ( Fearless Vision Above Average) trained by Wayne DaCosta.

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