‘The Clockman’ Donovan Cunningham Moves On

Donovan Cunningham (second right) was recently honoured for his contribution to horse racing.
Donovan Cunningham (second right) was recently honoured for his contribution to horse racing.

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Donovan ‘The Clockman’ Cunningham, renowned tipster and long-serving clocker at Caymanas Park died yesterday. He was 56 years old.

‘The Clockman’ has been associated with the sport of horse racing for many years, working as a clocker in the mornings and in more recent times played a significant role in the publication of the official racing publication, the Track and Pools. So involved was Cunningham in horse racing, he even worked in the photo finish booth on race days.

His tipping prowess found expression in the Track and Pools, being crowned champion many times in the publication’s well-followed tipsters’ pages.

Quickgallop.com pays tribute to the work done by Cunningham in the development of the sport he loved and cherished so much.

Rest In Peace, Markie!

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4 Responses

  1. Jah know a good tipster it is what it is some leave us young some leave us old rest in eternal peace clockman you served a purpose

  2. Sleep well great competitor. You left an indelible mark on Tipping horses. Your record speaks for itself.

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