Horse Racing

Will In Charge to seal dominance in Burger King Superstakes

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, November, 9 2018    

THE historic Burger King Superstakes has come down to six runners.Despite the low turnout, there is enough talent residing within the six to ensure a truly competitive race. Read More

'Lord don't tek mi now, please don't tek mi now, because heaven can't betta than this…'

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, November, 9 2018    

RICHARD Lake, the group chief executive officer of Restaurant Associates Limited, operators of Burger King, Little Caesar's and Popeye's in Jamaica, is no stranger to the sport of horse racing. Read More

Chris Armond recalls his most treasured Superstakes moments

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter THE name Christopher | Friday, November, 9 2018    

THE name Christopher Armond is synonymous with horse racing in Jamaica. Read More

DIAMOND MILE LAUNCH

Friday, November, 9 2018    

THE richest and most prestigious race in the Caribbean, the Betting Gaming and Lotteries Commission, Supreme Ventures sponsored Diamond Mile was officially launched in Kingston on Tuesday last.The Supreme Racing Guide captured some of the moments. Read More

BURGER KING SUPERSTAKES: Bigdaddykool the key for Anthony Nunes

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, November, 9 2018    

BIGDADDYKOOL represents the key for trainer Anthony Nunes in his quest to be crowned champion trainer. Read More

BGLC Diamond Mile field taking shape

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, November, 9 2018    

AS the entry process continues for this year's Diamond Mile, the list of potential starters has come down to 21 with 16 starting stalls available in the race. Read More

Well-bred Phenom catches the eye

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, November, 9 2018    

Phenom , the two-year-old offspring of Soul Warrior – Supa Lei did his best impression of half-brother Franfield , by sweeping to the lead... Read More

BURGER KING SUPER DAY: Patriarch the precocious young boy in Sprint party

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, November, 9 2018    

THIS year's Glen Mills Caribbean Sprint Championship is definitely a contest involving older horses and a set of new ones hoping to stamp their class with their speed and youthfulness. Read More

It's young versus old in Sprint Championship

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, November, 9 2018    

THE young speeding guns are lining up against the oldsters in this year's renewal of the Glen Mills Sprint Championship run over six furlongs (1,200 metres). The race unfolds tomorrow (November 10) at Caymanas Park. Read More

Major incentives at TOBA Yearling Sale

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, November, 9 2018    

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Cardenas, Devon A Thomas suspended, fined

Friday, November, 9 2018    

THE following disciplinary actions were taken by the stewards of the Jamaica Racing Commission at their meeting on Tuesday last (November 6, 2018). Read More

Garrincha nails it in battle of the greys

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Tuesday, November, 6 2018    

A daring and courageous stretch run from Garrincha guided by jockey Aaron Chatrie, to win a competitive Restricted Allowance II scamper over 5 furlongs (1,100 metres) at Caymanas Park on Saturday could hand the Traditional – Outfither, three-year-old bay colt a chance to compete... Read More

A triple for apprentice Chris Mamdeen

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Tuesday, November, 6 2018    

CLAIMING apprentice Christopher Mamdeen became the second of his graduating class to boot home a three-timer on a single programme at Caymanas Park on Wednesday, October 31, 2018 following in the footsteps of Tevin Foster. Read More

After first win Lady Blue set sights on Burger King Super Day

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Tuesday, November, 6 2018    

AFTER finishing second behind Corazon in her first competitive effort, Lady Blue made amends and romped home easily in a maiden special weight event at Caymanas Park over four furlongs (800m) straight on Wednesday, October 31. Read More

One swallow does not make a summer – apprentice Romario Smith

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Tuesday, November, 6 2018    

A proud Romario Smith rode his first winner when he brought home 2-1 favourite First 'K' Boy to victory on Saturday at Caymanas Park. Read More



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