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Alexa's Lodge nips rivals in fight-tothe- finish Miracle Cure Sprint feature

Alexa's Lodge, under a well-timed ride from jockey Omar Walker, got up in the nick of time to beat rivals in a four-horse tussle to the wire in the $900,000 Miracle Cure Sprint feature at Caymanas Park, yesterday. Read More

Ras Emanuel to lead home Overnight Allowance field, three-way battle for Miracle Cure sprint
FAST and competitive seems to be the name of the game for most of today's action, as racing fans will be treated to a number of interesting sprint events on a nice-looking 11-race programme at Caymanas Park.... Read More

Mount up!
The fourth Classic of the compacted 2020 racing season due to the novel coronavirus, the Jamaica St Leger, will be contested on Saturday, September 26, at Caymanas Park. ... Read More

Stranger Danger heads handicaps for Chairman's Trophy
Stranger Danger, the American-bred, who just returned to competitive racing last week after a break of nearly a year, finishing down the track in an Open Allowance engagement heads the hanidcaps in the Chairman's Trophy which is set to be contested on St Leger Day - Saturday, September...... Read More

The winning gate opens wide for Ras Emanuel

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, September, 18 2020    

Although the Miracle Cure Sprint is the lone feature race, the competitive-looking Non-Restricted Overnight Allowance event going five furlongs (1000m) on the round course should take centre stage among race goers on the 11-race programme tomorrow at Caymanas Park. Read More

Review of race day — Saturday, September 12, 2020 R

BY WES MARTIN Contributor | Friday, September, 18 2020    

Trainer Wayne DaCosta's consistent maiden Sweet Toppins was presented with a gift in the opening event. Try as he might, title-chasing reinsman Anthony Thomas could not get her to win less than 16 lengths over the extended circular nine furlongs course. Read More

Another Stakes record run by Sir Alton

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, September, 18 2020    

Sir Alton, returning from a fast new Stakes record run over 5 furlongs (1,100 metres) when last at the races on August 30, 2020, erased another Stakes record, this time for six furlongs (1200 metres) in the competitive RonRon Trophy feature on Sunday (September 13) at Caymanas... Read More

Auspicious debut by Den Street - trainer pleased with first juvenile effort

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, September, 18 2020    

Following Den Street's maiden victory on Saturday (September 12) at Caymanas Park, trainer Wayne DaCosta believes his juvenile bay colt could develop into a useful runner down the line. Read More

Racing news for Sunday, September 13, 2020

Friday, September, 18 2020    

Trainer Phillip Lee earns his first winner in 2020Trainer Phillip Lee notched his first winner for the 2020 racing season after his charge Biblical Legend scored by a neck in an Optional Claimer ($450,000-$400,000) over 7 furlongs. Read More

Money Monster despite issues still showing his talent

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, September, 18 2020    

Money Monster's encouraging win in the I'msatisfied Trophy feature on Saturday (September 12) brought a sigh of major relief to his breeder, owner and trainer Fitzroy Glispie. Read More

Racing snaps for Sunday, September 13, 2020

Friday, September, 18 2020    

Coco Chanel is not making it easy for jockey Omar Walker (right) to unsaddle.There is no doubt that apprentice Roger Hewitt is a “Brogad” supporter.Eroy (Omar Walker) bouncing in the post-parade. Read More

Review of race day – Sunday, September 13, 2020

Friday, September, 18 2020    

The absence of down-in-class, short-priced ante-post favourite Dontae , injured in the previous 48-hour period before post time, ensured the opening event was converted to a competitive affair. Read More

Nine-time Irish champion jockey Pat Smullen dies aged 43

Friday, September, 18 2020    

Pat Smullen, the nine-time Irish champion jockey and multiple Classic-winning rider has died, aged 43. Read More

Patriarch — The speedster

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Tuesday, September, 15 2020    

Patriarch based on his recent performances is confidently fitting himself with the title of top sprinter in the land. Read More

Racing news for Saturday, September 12, 2020

Tuesday, September, 15 2020    

Lightning McQueen strikes again Read More


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