Freight Train steams in at 30-1 in Caymanas Saturday third – double for trainer David Lee Sin

Freight Train (Jerome Innis) being escorted into the winners' enclosure.
Freight Train (Jerome Innis) being escorted into the winners' enclosure.

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Trainer David Lee Sin after winning the first with Dream of Mine closed a quick double in the Caymanas Saturday third with his charge Freight Train.

With Jerome Innis in the saddle, Freight Train started to steam in the final furlong of four to get up in time to nip Celebration and Super Amia in a bag-up finish in the non-winners of four contest for four-year-olds and upwards.

Celebration was second and Super Amia third. The winning margins were a head by a head

Freight Train won at odds of 30-1 to set the cats among the pigeons in the Reggae-6.

RACE 3 REST ALL V (NB4YO&UP/NW2)(IMP4YO&UP/MAID) 800M/4FUR ST 1:10 PM
Pos. No. Horse Jockey Odds Win Place
1 6 Freight Train Jerome Innis 30-1 $1,596 $298.00
2 7 Celebration Dane Nelson 2-1 $67.00
3 3 Super Amia Oshane Nugent 7-5 $64.00
4 8 Denbigh Life Roger Hewitt 12-1
5 4 Gimmipalinka Robert Halledeen 9-2
Trainer: David Lee Sin
Splits: 23.0 – Time: 47.3 – Margins: head by a head – 11 RAN
Ex:$21,935 T/Fecta:$17,162 Triple:$62,061
Q:$7,112 S/Fecta:$101,575 Hi-5:c/o$132,210.13
D/E:$22,589

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