‘Old Boy’ Indy Arazi makes it two in a row, Reggae-6 not caught – carryover over $4.3 million

Trainer Richard Todd (left) being congratulated by his colleague conditioner Ryan Williams.
Trainer Richard Todd (left) being congratulated by his colleague conditioner Ryan Williams.

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Just one week ago oldster Indy Arazi scored a long overdue win, now the 10-year-old chestnut gelding has repeated, this time over six furlongs.

With Kiaman McGregor again doing the riding duties, Indy Arazi was prominent throughout. He took over the lead at the top of the straight but shortly after had to contend with Stormonthesea and jockey Paul Francis.

Indy Arazi trained by Richard Todd found extra to hold on for the win by three-prats of a length. Third was Dash Board.

After upsetters Freight Train at 30-1 in the third and Big Paul at 24-1 in the fifth, there was little wonder that the Reggae-6 was not caught.

Instead, the carryover in the Reggae-6 going into tomorrow’s 10-race Sunday card now stands at $4,315,925.71.

RACE 6 OT CLM $180K-$150K (5YO&UP)(NB6YO&UP/NW2)(NB5YO&UP/MAID) 1200M/6FUR 3:00 PM
Pos. No. Horse Jockey Odds Win Place
1 10 Indy Arazi Kiaman McGregor 5-1 $301 $122.00
2 6 Stormonthesea Paul Francis 11-1 $193.00
3 15 Dash Board Oshane Nugent 8-5 $82.00
4 7 He’sthereal Links Dane Nelson 5-1
5 3 Synchronize Marshall Porter 18-1
Trainer: Richard Todd
Splits: 23.2 x 48. 3 – Time: 1:16.3 – Margins: – 15 RAN
Ex:$4,947 T/Fecta:$4,025 Triple:$258,935
Q:2,312 S/Fecta:$30,520 Hi-5:c/o$71,589
D/E:$24,017 Reggae-6:c/o$4,315,925.71

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