Foreigners Versus Locals In Dye Job Sprint


KINGSTON, Jamaica – The 2022 rendition of the six-furlong Dye Job Sprint has turned out to be a clash between the locally bred horses and the foreigners.

Of the six horses entered, three are locals and three are foreigners.

The analysis is provided by The Quick Galloper. Note, this analysis is based on the Overnight programme, which is subject to change.  

1 – REJECTED RAJA is a chestnut colt (February 2) by Soul Warrior out of Palace Gold. Won on debut (October 30) looking rather green. Will run well, with a winning effort unlikely. Note, Rejected Raja races with the tongue tie on, and first-time Lasix.  

2 – IS THAT A FACT (USA) is a bay colt (April 20) by Palace Malice out of Valid Code. Made a favourable debut on November 22 (5 furlongs round) when going to the lead and winning by 4 ½. Is That A Fact has continued to catch the eye at exercise. Will have to be caught.  

3 – RUNNING GLORY (USA) is a bay filly (April 2) by The Big Beast out of Talentnspeed. Has one effort to his credit. Will gain experience.  

4 – SISTREN TREASURE (USA) is a bay filly ((March 5) Brethren out of Katira. Was slowly out of the box on debut (October 1), and then turned it on in the stretch drive for the win. In her second outing, Sistren Treasure could not handle Thalita. She gives the impression of having a preference for the longer distance, therefore making six furlongs right up her street.  

5 – DUROCELL is a chestnut filly (April 17, 2022) by Soul Warrior out of Savanna’s Smile. Cannot manage these.  

6 – FLYBLUEJET is a dark brown filly (April 3) by Air Force Blue out of Perfectly Beautiful. First-timer looking to gain experience.



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