Prince Charles too good for Overnight company, Dane Nelson completes triple, Anthony Nunes a double

Dane Nelson atop Prince Charles. (Photo: Kimberly Bartlett)

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Prince Charles continued on his winning ways in Overnight company when he captured today’s nightcap – 12th race – a six-furlong contest.

Ridden by Dane Nelson, who was having his third winner on the day, Prince Charles stayed close to the leading pact before pulling away with two furlongs left in the race.

And although, Wartime (Tevin Foster) was running on, the Anthony Nunes trainee had done more than enough to win by three-parts-of-a-length. Anaso was third.

Prince Charles won in a time of 1:14.3 to complete a double on the day for his trainer.

Prince Charles was winning his seventh race from 17 career starts.

Pos. No. Horse Jockey Odds Win Place
1 8 Prince Charles Dane Nelson 1-1 $100 $69
2 15 Wartime Tevin Foster 6-1 $115
3 1 Anaso Tamicka Lawrence 46-1 $373
4 6 Nuclear Thunder Christopher Mamdeen 93-1
5 2 Dunrobin Romario Spencer 15-1
5 14 Sebastian Nicholas Hibbert 99-1
TRAINER: Anthony Nunes
Dunrobin and Sebastian dead heated for fifth
Splits: 23.0 x 46.3 – Time: 1:14.3 – Margins – 3/4 x 1 1/4 – 16 RAN
Ex:$688 T/Fecta:$4,156 Triple:$4,449
Q:$503 S/Fecta:c/o$78,800 Hi-5:c/o$74,250
D/E:$280 Pick-4:$13,516 Pick-5:$8,537
Twilight-6 39,401