`KINGSTON, Jamaica – The man who has won more Classic races than anyone in Jamaica, trainer Philip Feanny, but with no runners in either of today's 1000 or 2000 Guineas was not to be left out of the Guineas Day winnings after Salvation won the Caymanas Saturday fourth.
Salvation ridden by Oneil Mullings won coming down the five-straight course in a four-year-old and upwards – non-winners of three - call.
When the gates were opened, Mullings kept Salvation close to the outside rails and moved away from rivals establishing a three to four length advantage and although Salvation started to shorten in the final half-a-furlong as Task Force (Jordan Barrett) pushed forward, there was no stopping Salvation today.
Task Force was second with Rum With Me (Robert Halledeen) third.
|RACE 4 4YO&UP RESTRICTED ALLOWANCE 111/1V 1000M/5FUR ST 1:40 PM|
|2||8||Task Force||Jordan Barrett||4-1||$79.00|
|3||4||Rum With Me||Robert Halledeen||7-2||$69.00||`|
|4||2||Cold Pursuit||Dick Cardenas||4-1|
|5||6||Silent Seeker||Anthony Thomas||7-1|
|Trainer: Phillip Feanny|
|Splits: 22.4 x 46.1 - Time: 59.4 - Margins: -8 RAN|