KINGSTON, Jamaica – The eighth race on Tuesday, September 20, 2022, at Caymanas Park is a maiden special weight contest at four furlongs straight.
The nine horses entered are analysed below by THE QUICK GALLOPER.
1 - SQUEAK is a three-year-old bay colt (March 17) by Perfect Curlin out of City Flight trained by Collin Blair with Anthony Thomas aboard. This well-bred colt comes to the races for the first time with nothing to recommend him.
2 – FREEDOM STREET is a bay gelding (April 17) by Uncaptured out of Nofashionsense trained by Patrick Lynch with Reyan Lewis aboard. Freedom Street returns from a layoff of 149 days, and with have to learn his trade again.
3 – SIR RAGBAR BAPI is a bay gelding by Storm Craft out of Lady Najariya trained by Rowan Mathie with Roger Hewitt aboard. Can safely be discarded.
4 – WHISPER TO ME is a roan colt by War Marshall out of Jai Ho trained by Dave Girod with Chad Forbes aboard. Needs more time.
5 – TAPIT GOOD is an imported in utero chestnut colt (April 14) by Tapiture out of Forty Fifteen trained by Gary Subratie with Dane Dawkins aboard. Had to be checked just eight days, losing his momentum and any chance of winning. Having suffered that obstruction, Tapit Good is now fit and proper for a win. Note, that Tapit Good races with the visor off.
6 – MARCH AND SHOOT is a bay colt (January 17) by Nasheet out of Lead Vale trained by Ray Phillips with Matthew Bennett aboard. Coming along but after 100 days without racing can be allowed some time. Note, March and Shoot races with the visor on.
7 – DREAM OF PARIS is a chestnut filly (April 29) by Silent Valor out of Kam To The World trained by Edward Stanberry with Andre Powell aboard. Coming along, not ready yet. Note, Dream of Partis races with the blinkers off and the figure eight on.
8 – YOU AND I is a dark bay filly (March 5) by Here Comes Ben out of Appassionata trained by Michael Marlowe with Ramon Nepare aboard. You and I has no chance of winning.
9 – RISKY BID is a bay filly (January 19) by Blue Pepsi Lodge out of Zensational trained by Ray Phillips with Shavon Townsend aboard. Getting closer, the outside draw may aid her cause of hitting the board.