SUCCESS FOR SUPREME STAR WITHOUT THE WHIP
The Adin Williams-owned and - trained Supreme Star delivered again on November 6, 2022, in a five-year-old and upwards claiming ($180,000-$150,000) race over 5 1/2 furlongs (1,100 m).
Ridden once again by Shavon Townsend, Supreme Star raced prominently in second place behind Money Marshall (Oshane Nugent) going into the half mile (800m), with Shownomercy (Rudolph Hardial) and Sly Stalloon (Anthony Thomas) racing close.
Supreme Star held her galloping well, approaching the distance before hitting the front full of running at the top of the straight. Although Townsend lost his whip in deep stretch Supreme Star kept up her work, winning by 2 lengths.
Party Princess (Anthony Allen) ran well for second place ahead of Sly Stalloon in third. The final time for the event was 1:11.2.
CHARMIN BEAUTY WITH EASE
Four-year-old chestnut filly Charmin Beauty (Lion Tamer – Charmin’ Diaz) easily won a native-bred four-year-old and upwards (non-winners of three) contest travelling 7 ½ furlongs (1,500m).
Charmin Beauty was unable to go with the early pacesetters and was settled in mid-pack as Thegoodlife (Oneil Mullings) showed the way ahead of Fault Line (Oshane Nugent) and Wright in Flight (Ramon Nepare) down the backstretch.
Charmin Beauty, trained by Patrick Lynch, came into view while navigating the half-mile turn, running on the inside rails on the heels of the leaders. Charmin Beauty, under the guidance of Dane Dawkins, cut the turn coming into the lane, picked up the lead inside the furlong-and-a-half (300m) pole, and won by four lengths.
Ruds D Indian (Christopher Mamdeen) finished second with Tocatbetheglory (Kawise Gentle) third. The final time was 1:37.0.
GIANT WHEELER RETURNS IN STYLE
Giant Wheeler returned from a short two-month break to win a native-bred three-year-old and upward (non-winners of two)/imported three-year-old and upward (maiden) Restricted Allowance II event going 5 furlongs (1,000m) straight.
Trained by Arnold Rambally Jr and ridden by Nicholas Hibbert, Giant Wheeler raced pretty much with the early pace at the off, along with Lord Burkington (Andre Powell), Scooby (Jordan Barrett), and Berlino’s Choice (Tevin Foster).
Passing the dummy rails for the last two furlongs (400m) of the race, The Gifted One (Ramon Nepare) came up to challenge the leaders but Giant Wheeler responded well to the urging of his rider and drew off for a comfortable length-and-half win.
Scooby finished second and Power of Faith (Linton Steadman) third. Giant Wheeler clocked 1:01.2.
SENSATIONAL SATIN OBLIGES
Sensational Satin returned from a break in triumph in a native-bred five-year-old and upwards (non-winners of two) call at 5 ½ furlongs.
Dane Dawkins took the lead on the Vincent Atkinson-trained Sensational Satin at the start but allowed Seadon (Shane Richardson) and Silverstine (Jordan Barrett) to catch up going into the half-mile turn. Sensational Satin regained the lead approaching the distance and never looked back. .
While cruising into the lane Senastional Satin upped the tempo in deep stretch and powered home to score by 13 lengths at the line. Three Card Guy (Samantha Fletcher) finished second and Silverstine third. The final time for the race was 1:09.4.
THIRTEEN HORSES CLAIMED
In the first race Nicholas Smith claimed Money Marshall for owner New Gold Services from Henry Harrison Jr, Steadman Curtis claimed Sly Stalloon for owner Unruly Connection from Smith, and Byron Davis claimed Party Princess for owner Clive Robinson from Gary Crawford. All horses from the opening event went for $180,000 each.
In the fifth race Rowan Mathie claimed Whatever for owner Lloyd Davis from Keffin Murray, Steven Todd claimed Sharp Skirt for owner Rosdore from Oneil Markland, Ryan Williams claimed Mamasharondarling for owner Dadab71 from Donovan Plummer, and Arnold Rambally Jr claimed Magic Bullet for owner Blue Knight Stables from Gary Griffiths. All horses were claimed for $250,000 each.
In the ninth race Ryan Darby claimed winner Gentle Giant for owner Raphael Gordon from Phillip Lee; Steadman Curtis claimed Lala Diva for owner Diamond from Welsh Soutar; and Gary Crawford claimed Hidden Valley for himself from Richard Azan. All nine horses from the event were claimed for $550,000 each.
In the 10th race Phillip Lee claimed Lord Of Ajahlon for owner Derrick Martin from Carl Anderson; Gary Griffiths claimed Azaia for owner Germaine Spencer from Jason DaCosta; and Alford Brown claimed Anngelos for owner Paul Nugent from Henry Harrsion Jr. All the horses were claimed for $750,000 each.