Horse Racing

Front Runner set, ready to go

Using their premier horse feed — Front Runner — Newport Mills, a member of the Caribbean Broilers Group of Companies (CB), launched the first phase of their six-race 2018 sponsorship at a briefing held at the CB Group headquarters in St Andrew on Tuesday... Read More

Buzz Nightmare to stand at stud
The Supreme Racing Guide has been informed of the retirement of Buzz Nightmare from racing. Buzz Nightgmare will be standing as one of the stallions at the HAM Stables stud farm in St Catherine.... Read More

Money Magnet stamps her class
The Richard Azan-conditioned Money Magne t more than proved her worth among the 'big horses' when she produced a compelling run to win the $1.3-million Eileen Cliggott Memorial Trophy at Caymanas Park on Saturday. It was a performance...... Read More

FRONT RUNNER SIR HOWARD STAKES – The 'Drone' is hovering around the 'yellow bag'
A field of seven three-year-olds with eyes firmly placed on Classic race glory line up tomorrow for the first major preparation race for the upcoming Classics, the Sir Howard Stakes sponsored by Newport Mills, a part of the Caribbean Boilers Group of Companies, under the tag of the Front...... Read More

FRONT RUNNER HOTLINE STAKES: On the 'Fashion' catwalk, maybe 'Charm' might prevail

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, February, 23 2018    

The Front Runner Hotline Stakes is going to be just that — hot — in fact very hot, indeed, when the nine declared three-year-old non-winners of two starters meet head-on going six furlongs (1,200m) tomorrow at Caymanas Park. Read More

Lindy Delapenha Memorial Trophy tees off tomorrow

Friday, February, 23 2018    

The first running of the Lloyd Lindberg 'Lindy' Delapenha Memorial Trophy, to be run in honour of the legendary Jamaican footballer, golfer, broadcaster, who was also passionate about horseracing as an analyst, commentator and punter, takes place tomorrow at Caymanas... Read More

El Profesor dictates his class

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, February, 23 2018    

After El Profesor finished in second p osition on five occasions from as many starts, trainer Fitzroy Glispie said he had to take a good look at his charge and correct a problem that the horse was experiencing heading into the Classic... Read More

Willing and 'Able'

Friday, February, 23 2018    

Abigail Able doesn't want to get too far ahead of herself, but the young exercise rider is still celebrating as she moves one step closer to the realisation of her dream of becoming a racehorse jockey. Read More

A young champion whose career ended early

Friday, February, 23 2018    

In the 1960s he was the 'wonder boy' of Jamaica's horse racing, and despite his brief career, his success as a jockey was unmatched, it was unprecedented, and his integrity was beyond question. Legendary jockey Trevor McKenzie, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame in... Read More

Honey Ryda

Friday, February, 23 2018    

The campaign for the native-bred three-year-old Classic races, especially in the fillies' section, got a well-needed shot in the arm when the Richard Azan-trained Honey Ryda scored a fighting but pleasing win in a Restricted Stakes... Read More


Friday, February, 23 2018    

When did you start your career as a trainer? Read More

First major test for most Classic race aspirants

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Tuesday, February, 20 2018    

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Tuesday, February, 20 2018    


Racing guide photos 1 — February 20, 2018

Tuesday, February, 20 2018    

Breeder of Money Magnet, Edison Chai (left) proudly carries the Eileen Cliggott Trophy following the win on Saturday (Feb 17, 2018). With Chai at right is close friend Dr Graham Brown. (Photos: Naphtali Junior) Read More

Racing guide photos 2 — February 20, 2018

Tuesday, February, 20 2018    

Monique Azan making sure Honey Ryda understands that she is pleased after the victory on Saturday Feb 17, 2018 at Caymanas Park. At left is Monique's husband, trainer Richard Azan.These two are enjoying their time at the racetrack.Calm, cool and collected. Read More


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