Sports

12-year-old Raehanna Brown makes history

Friday, October, 12 2018    

The Queen's Preparatory Open Chess tournament had scores of participants from more than 30 schools vying for prizes in six main categories — Open, Under 8, 10 and 12, Beginners and Hunt the King. Read More

Rugby chairman Benzwick excited about JOA/LASCO partnership

Friday, October, 12 2018    

Last week Thursday, the Lasco Group of companies became one of the latest entities to join the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) family when they inked a deal worth $28 million over four years. Read More

Will In Charge gets the nod but only just

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, October, 12 2018    

THE battle for dominance of horse racing's centre stage in Jamaica looms in the Cal's Tomato Ketchup between a gelding, Will In Charge, and a filly, the well-decorated She's A Maneater. Read More

Peking Cruz a top-class sprinter in the making

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, October, 12 2018    

WITHOUT a doubt, Peking Cruz is one of the most improved horses in training. He has darted up to the top class in a flash and quite spectacularly. Read More

'I took my time to learn' – apprentice Shavon Townsend

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, October, 12 2018    

SHAVON Townsend became the third apprentice who recently graduated from the Jamaica Racing Commission Jockey's School to win a race when he piloted home Laguna Point i n the fourth on Saturday. Read More

If I win it, I win; if I don't win it, I don't win it - Cardenas

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, October, 12 2018    

WITH just 18 race days left in the 2018 racing season, the race for the jockeys' championship has become a battle between Anthony Thomas and Dick Cardenas, the 2011 champion jockey. Read More

Miss Formality finally on the move

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, October, 12 2018    

Miss Formality , a promising chestnut filly running for the fifth time, posted her second-consecutive win in a manner suggesting that she is finally ready to show her true qualities. Miss Formality won a three-year-old and upward... Read More

'Chic and Peak' race day now on the calendar

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, October, 12 2018    

CATHERINE'S Peak Spring Water and their distributor GraceKennedy Limited are partnering with Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment (SVREL) to host the inaugural Catherine's Peak Race Day, it was announced at a press conference held at Caymanas Park on Tuesday (October... Read More

Nigel Nunes Cup presents an Open Allowance cracker

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, October, 12 2018    

 THE Nigel Nunes Memorial Cup run, held in honour of the late champion trainer, provides the quality on the 11-race card down for competition on Heroes' Day (Monday, October 15, 2018) at Caymanas Park. Read More

Tricky One not quite ready as yet

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, October, 12 2018    

Despite a reasonable run on win by Tricky One in a maiden special weight event for two-year-olds on Saturday, trainer Anthony Nunes believes the performance was nothing to get excited about. Read More

Will In Charge ready to continue dominance over She's A Maneater

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, October, 12 2018    

FOR the past year and a half, the Robert Pearson-conditioned Will In Charge has been one of the most improved and consistent horses in training. Read More

'Maneater' in good shape for Gold Cup

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, October, 12 2018    

The stage is once set for tomorrow's renewal of the Gold Cup (Grade One) sponsored by Cal's Tomato Ketchup. The event was first run at Caymanas Park in 1967 and won by the then invincible British import Kilowatt . Read More

Gold Cup a major prep for Chace The Great

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, October, 12 2018    

DWIGHT Chen is using the Cal's Tomato Ketchup Gold Cup as a prep race for his charge Chace The Great, who is aiming to defend his Caribbean Sprint Championship next month. Read More

Photo: JODY'S A STAR!

Friday, October, 12 2018    

Jamaica's hat-trick hero Jody Brown sets off on a menacing run during their Concacaf Women's Championship Group B fixture against Cuba at HEB Park in Edinburg, Texas, yesterday. Jamaica won 9-0. (Photo: Concacaf) Read More

Holder wants to see Gayle in World Cup team

Friday, October, 12 2018    

MUMBAI, India (CMC) — Once he is physically fit and willing, West Indies' skipper Jason Holder wants Chris Gayle in the regional squad for next year's World Cup. Read More



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