Crimson comes alive in Caymanas New Year’s Day eighth – double for jockey Chris Mamdeen, trainer Gary Subratie

Trainer Gary Subratie (left) leads in his winner Crimson with Chris Mamdeen in the saddle. (Photo: Kimberly Bartlett)
Trainer Gary Subratie (left) leads in his winner Crimson with Chris Mamdeen in the saddle. (Photo: Kimberly Bartlett)

RACE TYPE: Three-year-old and upwards – Overnight Allowance – SVREL Fan Appreciation Trophy     

DISTANCE: Nine furlongs and 25 yards

KINGSTON, Jamaica –   After racing 14 times last year with only one win to show for his efforts, a new and rejuvenated Crimson emerged in the Caymanas New Year’s Day eighth.

Racing well off the pace, jockey Christopher Mamdeen decided to take the inside rails in the straight and Crimson trained by Gary Subratie responded by quickening impressively to beat a wayward Coco Chanel (Dane Dawkins) and Sebastian (Reyan Lewis.

This was the second winner on the day for the outgoing champion jockey Mamdeen who first on Jolly’s Dream came via the stewards’ room. It was also the second win for Subratie.

The winning time was 1:55.2.

RACE 8 **SVREL FAN APPRECIATION** 3YO&UP OV ALLOWANCE 1820M/9FUR & 25YARDS 3:50 PM
Pos. No. Horse Jockey Odds Win Place
1 3 Crimson Christopher Mamdeen 3-1 $208.00 $85.00
2 10 Coco Chanel Dane Dawkins 7-2 $128.00
3 7 Sebastian Reyan Lewis 37-1 $699.00 $33
4 1 Uncle Vinnie Roger Hewitt 8-1
5 6 Big Bang Omar Walker 1-1
TRAINER: Gary Subratie
Splits: 26.2 x 51.1 x 1:15.3 x 1:39.4 – Time:1:55.2 – Margins: 3 1/4 by 4 – 10 RAN
Ex:$4,034 T/Fecta:$8,570 Triple:$2,845
Qu:$1,894 S/Fecta:$220,786 Hi-5:$136,674
D/E:$347
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