Bridgerton meets Tropical for Mouttet Mile
(Photo: Naphtali Junior)

On Saturday, December 3, punters and patrons will be treated to a day of stellar entertainment, both on track and on the infield at the 2022 Mouttet Mile.

With a total purse of US$125,000 — the largest purse for a single event offered at Caymanas Park and the English speaking Caribbean — Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment Limited (SVREL) Executive Chairman Solomon Sharpe has indicated that the highly anticipated event "will be a race day like no other". Speaking at the post-position draw reception held at the ROK Hotel on Monday, Sharpe said, "We're raising the bar not just in the calibre of the races and the purses on offer, but we have also curated an ultra-premium infield experience for our sponsors and racing fans."

With the track's new state-of-the-art digital tote board as the backdrop, guests — dressed in their best interpretation of the Bridgerton meets Tropical dress code — will walk the ruby carpet while indulging in sumptuous fare and top-shelf liquor.

Racing fans, we reckon, have been longing for the return of racing on a grand scale, and Mouttet Mile promises to deliver just that!

Resortwear by Eroleen principal Eroleen Anderson (right) and her model Tanisha Headad hinted at the Mouttet Mile dress code while sharing the frame with Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment Limited Executive Chairman Solomon Sharpe. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Supreme Ventures Draw Officer Samantha Williams and Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment Limited Racing Secretary Denzil Miller (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
On hosting duties was Carole Beckford. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
With Dewar's White Label Scotch a sponsor of Mouttet Mile it was only fitting for Caribbean Producers Jamaica Limited (CPJ) Category Manager-Wines Ohran Cato (left) and Director of Sales Rojah Thomas to represent at the launch. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Supreme Ventures Ltd CEO Xesus Johnston (left) and She's My Destiny owner Akim Mahadiow (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Reppin' the Australian-based BetMakers Technology Group Ltd were (from left) North American Sales & Business Development exec Zach Taylor; Deputy General Counsel William Pascrell IV; and Head of International Operations Dallas Baker, who all gave Mouttet Mile a thumbs up. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
(Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment Limited General Manager Lorna Gooden caught up with Mayor of Portmore Leon Thomas. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
ATL Automotive Jamaica Sales Executive Marion Binda joined She's My Destiny owner Akim Mahadiow (left) and Perfect Brew owner and trainer Richard Azan during the poolside lime. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Proven AVP, Group Chief Marketing Officer Belinda Williams knows her angles! (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Resortwear by Eroleen principal Eroleen Anderson says this Saturday's Mouttet Mile is all about over-the-top outfits and eye-catching accessories. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Trumpet Kyng Ricardo Barrett delivered the 'call to post'. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)

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