Racing Snaps for Saturday, November 27, 2021
A CLOSER LOOK!Trainer RichardAzan (left) andjockey OshaneNugent pay closeattention to thereplay of the racewon by Eroy.

A CLOSER LOOK! Trainer Richard Azan (left) and jockey Oshane Nugent pay close attention to the replay of the race won by Eroy.

Jockey Robert Halledeen guides first-time winner JJ Warrior into the winners' enclosure. The listed groom is Theo Campbell.

THE WAITING GAME! Jockey Nicholas Hibbert (left) and trainer Dennis Lee await the start of a race.

Trainer Gordon Lewis (left) leads in his winner Helicopter with Chalrick Budhai in the saddle. The listed groom is Wayne Johnson.

Leading jockey Anthony Thomas unsaddles his second winner on the day, Super Duper.

(Photos: Garfield Robinson)

Jockey Robert Halledeen guides first-time winner JJ Warrior into the winners' enclosure. The listed groom is Theo Campbell.
THE WAITING GAME! Jockey Nicholas Hibbert (left) and trainer Dennis Lee await the start of a race.
Trainer Gordon Lewis (left) leads in his winner Helicopter with Chalrick Budhai in the saddle. The listed groom is Wayne Johnson.
Leading jockey Anthony Thomas unsaddles his second winner on the day, Super Duper.(Photos: Garfield Robinson)

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