Triple Seven releases maiden tag after 16 starts in Caymanas Sunday second

On a hot day at The Park jockey Linton Steadman wipes his brow after winning on Triple Seven.
On a hot day at The Park jockey Linton Steadman wipes his brow after winning on Triple Seven.
Triple Seven being led to the Testing Barn by his groom. (Photo: Kimberly Bartlett)

KINGSTON, Jamaica – It took a long time and 16 starts for three-year-old chestnut filly Triple Seven to become a winner. That winner’s status was achieved in the Caymanas Sunday second call.

That event was the Dr Clifford Grey Memorial Cup competed for among three-year-old maidens at a distance of 6 ½ furlongs.

Triple Seven trained by Steven Todd and ridden by Linton Steadman shared the early lead before pulling away in the last two furlongs to win by 2 ¼ lengths.

Sheboom disappointed once again as the 3-5 favourite finishing second with Commandante Lunar third.

RACE 2 MAIDEN COND DIV I (THREE-YEAR-OLDS) 6 1/2 FUR 12:05 PM
Pos. No.
Pos. No. Horse Jockey Odds Win Place
1 1 Triple Seven Linton Steadman 2-1 $172 $52.50
2 4 Sheboom Dick Cardenas 3-5 $52.50
3 5 Comandante Lunar Kiaman McGregor 13-1 $56.00
4 8 Colawill Carlos Blake 26-1
5 3 Lady Bastipur Roger Hewitt 4-1
TRAINER: Steven Todd
`LNS: #6 Kay Boy – #9 No Identity
Splits:-23.3 x48.0 x 1:14.3 Time:1:22.3 – Margins: 2 1/4 by 2 1/2 – 7 RAN
Ex:$262 T/Fecta:$463 Hi-5:$7,170
D/E:$998 S/Fecta:$2,600
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