Dead heat in sixth – Fiery Path and Fortuneonehundred

KINGSTON, Jamaica – After a ding dong battle in the straight Fiery Path (Omar Simpson) and Fortuneonehundred (Prince Holder) could not be separated by racing officials and as a result dead-heated for first place in the sixth of 10 races on a sloppy racetrack at Caymanas Park. It was the speedy Fortuneonehundred (15-1) racing for […]

Chris Mamdeen gets his winner on K J Express for trainer Anthony Nunes in seventh race

KINGSTON, Jamaica – K J Express went by rivals just before entering the final two furlongs in a five round Restricted Allowance 111 contest for four -year-olds and upwards non-winners of four to give leading rider Christopher Mamdeen and leading trainer Anthony Nunes their first win on today’s 10-race card at Caymanas Park. It was […]

Jockey Dane Nelson joins the ‘Summit of Speed’ party on Lazer Light

KINGSTON, Jamaica – It was a gate to wire affair for Lazer Light and jockey Dane Nelson as the combination easily took the sixth of 10 races on the Friday “Summit of Speed” programme at Caymanas Park moments ago. It was an imperious Lazer Light who surged from post position number two in the Restricted […]

Chance ride gives apprentice Anthony Allen a victory on Capturemyship

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Apprentice Anthony Allen was a lucky campaigner as after replacing his colleague apprentice Romario Smith on Capturemyship, Allen made good use of the opportunity with a good front running display to take the fifth race on the Friday programme at Caymanas Park. Capturemyship trained by Paul Charlton took over the lead in […]

Two from two for Truly Amazing, Aaron Chatrie, Spencer Chung

KINGSTON, Jamaica – In another clinical display, Truly Amazing made in two wins in a row from two career starts, winning the third race on the “Sprint Fest” Friday card at Caymanas Park just moments ago. Truly Amazing who can now be considered a true late bloomer won a Restricted Allowance event for three-year-olds non-winners […]

Sir Alton wins on debut for Omar Walker, Wayne DaCosta

KINGSTON, Jamaica – The second race on the Friday “Sprint Fest” at Caymanas Park had eight runners, five foreigners and three local bred horses. At the end of the event, it was one-two-three for the outsiders. Run over five furlongs straight for two-year-olds, it was the Omar Walker ridden Wayne DaCosta trained Sir Alton (Giant […]