Racing for Saturday, January 22, 2022
Brompton Alex (Oneil Mullings) makes his first race track appearance.(Photos: Naphtali Junior)

Brompton Alex (Oneil Mullings) makes his first race track appearance. (Photos: Naphtali Junior)

Jockey Youville Pinnock dismounts from his winner Prince Marshall.

Trainer Keffin Murray (left) walks with jockey Christopher Mamdeen.

Trainer Gary Crawford makes sure the blinkers are properly placed on Rum Puncher.

Jockey Aaron Chatrie (stooping) is in conversation with trainer Errol “Little Sub” Subratie.

With equipment in hand, trainer David Lee Sin heads towards the saddling barn area.

Jockey Youville Pinnockdismounts from hiswinner Prince Marshall.
Trainer Keffin Murray (left) walks with jockeyChristopher Mamdeen.
Trainer Gary Crawford makes sure theblinkers are properly placed on Rum Puncher.
Jockey Aaron Chatrie (stooping) is in conversationwith trainer Errol “Little Sub” Subratie.
With equipment in hand, trainer David LeeSin heads towards the saddling barn area.

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