betMaster’s race day analysis - Saturday, January 23, 2021

KINGSTON, Jamaica – The highly regarded betting analyst betMaster and have joined forces to assist punters in placing more informed wagers by providing in depth analysis and recaps of the day’s races, in addition to several other exciting features. Today, both betMaster and share with readers the raceday analysis for tomorrow, Saturday, January […]

Another Affair favoured to win Overnight at first attempt

KINGSTON, Jamaica - THE Mortimer “Morty” Heron Memorial Cup is the feature event on the 10-race card tomorrow but main attention will be fixed on the three-year-old Non-Restricted Overnight Allowance event where 12 runners are down to take part going 8 ½ furlongs (1,700m). Below is the analysis of each runner. TRICKY ONE: (5 b […]

Knicks Go favourite to win Pegasus World Cup

Knicks Go was installed Wednesday as the 5-2 morning-line favourite for the US$3-million Pegasus World Cup Invitational, which will be the 5-year-old’s first outing since winning the Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile in November. Knicks Go, a winner of three consecutive starts, will break from the number four 4 post in tomorrow’s race at Gulfstream Park […]

A closer look at the runners in the Pegasus World Cup

KINGSTON, Jamaica - IN the first three runnings of the Grade 1 Pegasus World Cup, it was easy to pick the winner because they all had a victory in a Breeders’ Cup race. Arrogate, Gun Runner and City of Light also had won other Grade 1 stakes in their careers heading into the rich race […]

Trainer Leroy Tomlinson tells his story

KINGSTON, Jamaica - HE learnt his trade with the late great conditioner Kenneth “Kiddie” Mattis before joining and graduating from training school, and has since been plying his trade as a trainer of thoroughbred racehorses. Below Tomlinson shares his time as a conditioner with this website. QUESTION: How did you get into horse racing as […]

Jamaica Oaks, Governor’s Cup distance reduced from 10 furlongs to 8 ½

KINGSTON, Jamaica - This year’s racing calendar has undergone another set of changes by the promoting company, and yet there still might be more to come. There are now 86 race days, but these race days still do not include long-standing offerings such as the Superstakes (10-furlongs), the Caribbean Sprint Championship (six-furlongs) and the much-vaunted […]

Quarterly championship gets two new categories

KINGSTON, Jamaica - Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment Limited (SVREL) in collaboration with sponsor, the Australian-based BetMakers, have added two new categories for trainers to the incentive scheme for stakeholders — the Quarterly Championship. The details were given by SVREL’s General Manager Lorna Gooden at a press conference held at Caymanas Park yesterday. The two […]

Twilight-6 guaranteed payout moves up by $500,000, now $2 million

KINGSTON, Jamaica - Following closely on the success of the Reggae-6 exotic wager, the promoting company for racing in Jamaica, Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment (SVREL), announced yesterday that the Twilight-6 guaranteed payout will move from $1.5 million to $2 million. Since the introduction of the Reggae-6 exotic wager to replace the Sunrise-6 on November […]

Father Patrick unfolding his talent at five

KINGSTON, Jamaica - FATHER Patrick, a five-year-old bay gelded son of Nuclear Wayne conditioned for racing by trainer Ian Parsard, continues to demonstrate his growing talent under the watchful eyes of his conditioner. Following knee surgery as a three-year-old Father Patrick has taken his time, being handled gingerly by his connections, and is now showing […]