KINGSTON, Jamaica – The seventh race of ten on the programme of Saturday, September 17, 2022, at Caymanas Park is a three and four-year-old non-winners of four, and for foreigners - three-year-old and upwards – non-winners of three races. The distance is one mile.
THE QUICK GALLOPER’S race assessment is provided below.
1 – PELICULA is a bay filly (April 19) by Soul Warrior out of Milestone trained by Richard Azan with Chris Mamdeen aboard. Finished way behind Brinks and Morimoto on September. On Saturday 3, Pelicula although better suited to eight furlongs, will not be able to handle these.
2 – SUNSET SILHOUTTE is a bay filly (April 6) by Northern Giant out of Ahwhofah trained by Jason DaCosta with Anthony Thomas aboard. Despite being well bred, Sunset Silhoutte has been a major disappointment, with more coming on Saturday.
3 - GREAT TRICK is a bay colt (March 20) by Casual Trick out of Great Faith trained by Gary Subratie with Raddesh Roman aboard. Was a runaway leader over 9 ½ furlongs, but was put in his place, now the trip has been reduced, giving Great Trick a semblance of an outsider’s chance.
4 – MORIMOTO is a bay colt (May 24) by Casual Trick out of Lucky Be Good trained by Anthony Nunes with Reyan Lewis aboard. Had many of those entered in this one behind him just 14 days. Morimoto is in the top five list of the three-year-old cohort, and as such, with the distance right, and the Anthony Nunes stable on fire, he is expected to win this one with ease.
5 – POWER RANKING is a bay colt (March 8) by Casual Trick out of Escandalosa trained by Richard Azan with Dick Cardenas in the saddle. One mile is the longest trip Power Ranking will attempt in his last eight starts. This, however, should not pose a problem for Power Ranking. He is currently enjoying a good run of form having finished second twice plus a win in his last three races. It must be taken into consideration that Power Ranking and Morimoto are the only two horses in this line-up to have won three races.
6 – D HEAD CORNERSTONE is a bay colt (March 23) by Bern Identity out of Soul of the Heart trained by Gary Subratie with Dane Dawkins aboard. D Head Cornerstone’s two victories to date were achieved at the distance of Saturday’s race, a mile. This colt has been a picture of consistency and will have a say in this one.
7 – HOWILOOKIN is a bay colt (February 12) by Western Classic out of Gold Charm trained by Anthony Nunes with Carlos Blake aboard. A winner of his last two races, one of which was at a mile. Now, Howilookin races against better horses and will have to wait his turn.