Overnight Allowance on Saturday a difficult knot

KINGSTON, Jamaica - With no trophy race on the nine-race programme, by default, the Restricted Overnight Allowance event to be contested over five-and-a-half furlongs (1,100m) takes centre stage at Caymanas Park tomorrow. Eight runners are nominated to compete in the three-year-old and upwards offering as they vie for the $1 million in total purse money. […]

No need to look beyond Mahogany in two-year-old contest on Saturday

KINGSTON, Jamaica - Nine native-bred two-year-olds contest a maiden special weight event over five-and-a-half furlongs (1,100m) tomorrow at Caymanas Park as the curtains come down on racing for 2019. Below is an analysis of the runners entered. LORD OF AJAHLON: (2-y-o gr g – Storm Craft – Crucial Cat) – Was a late non-starter after […]

No stopping Wow Wow

KINGSTON, Jamaica - Wow Wow underlined his juvenile superiority yesterday at Caymanas Park when he dispatched rivals once again, this time in the top two-year-old event of the season, the Jamaica Two-Year-Old Stakes. Sponsored by Supreme Ventures Limited, the Jamaica Two-Year-Old Stakes is contested for over a distance of one mile (1,600 metres). Wow Wow, […]

A closer look at the race meeting of Thursday, December 26, 2019

Money Call finally off the mark Four-year-old chestnut colt Money Call (Zahaazeh – Pat on Call), after finishing in fourth in his last three starts, was finally able to find the winning post in front. Money Call’s triumph came in the Super Lotto “Become A Super Millionaire” Trophy over six-and-a-half furlongs (1,300m). Money Call got […]

The race meeting of Saturday, December 21

KINGSTON, Jamaica - Having appealed his six-day ban for several riding infractions which should have commenced on December 14, leading rider Christopher Mamdeen has made full use of the opportunity to keep riding. This, while the Jamaica Racing Commission tries to convene a quorum to hear the matter. Although Mamdeen’s mount Struck by Grace was […]

A first win for new apprentice Nicholas Hibbert

KINGSTON, Jamaica - Nicholas Hibbert, one of the current crop of 19 apprentice riders who recently graduated from the Jamaica Racing Commission Jockeys’ Training School, is off the mark. Hibbert rode his first winner as a licenced apprentice when he piloted the 8/5 chance Voytek to victory by five lengths in the Royal Lancaster Trophy […]

Suasion one to watch

KINGSTON, Jamaica - Two races after Voytek romped The Royal Lancaster Trophy for colts and geldings, Suasion, stepped forward to wrest the Sunny Side Stakes for two-year-old maiden fillies. Both races were run over five furlongs round (1,000 metres) on Saturday (December 21) at Caymanas Park. While Voytek (49.0 kg) lead home the colts and […]