KINGSTON, Jamaica – In a bold front running effort Kalahari with Robert Halledeen in the saddle stole a march on his six rivals in the fifth race - a Restricted Allowance (four-year-old-and up) non-winners of three over 8 ½ furlongs just a short while ago.
Once Halledeen settled Kalahari in front it became a matter of who would be second and that place went to 5-2 chance Sir Puddington and third was the position of the 6-5 Royal Aviator. It was Halledeen’s second winner on the day. Kalahari is trained by Anthony Nunes.
In the end Kalahari won by 3 ¾ lengths in a final time of 1:49.3.
So, after five races on the Labour Day card, a favourite is yet to win.
|RACE 5 REST ALLOW IV (4YOS&UP/NW3) 1700M/8 1/2F 2:25 PM|
|2||5||Sir Puddington||Christopher Mamdeen||5-2||$57|
|3||6||Royal Aviator||Anthony Thomas||6-5||$58|
|4||4||She's A Banker||Jemar Jackson||44-1|
|5||3||Nuclear Dan Dada||Daniel Satchell||5-2|
|TRAINER: Anthony Nunes|
|Splits:25 x 48.4 x 1:14.2 x 1:41 - Time:1:49.3 - Margins: 3 3/4 x 6 3/4 - 7 RAN|