Horse Racing

Another Bullet firing through all barrels

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, August, 31 2018    

Although getting on in years, six-year-old Another Bullet still exudes the grit and determination of a much younger racer. The Patrick Lynch trainee, on Saturday showed that he is ready to match hoofs with the better horses after producing a thrilling victory run in the Open Allowance... Read More

Baltusrol with Lasix - a potent force

Friday, August, 31 2018    

The two-year-old season continues with the running of the Terremoto Trophy at Caymanas Park tomorrow. Read More

K D Flyer defies one draw, weight to win down the straight course

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, August, 31 2018    

Consistency continues reap results for K D Flyer as the Gary Subratie trainee defied top weight and the harrowing experience of the one draw, to pick up his second win in a five-furlong (1,000m) straight event on Sunday. Read More

Honey Ryda finds her true colours, now in Overnight

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, August, 31 2018    

After Honey Ryda's rousing and game victory in the sixth running of the O&S Tack Room Trophy on Sunday, August 26, 2018, trainer Richard Azan is confident that his chestnut filly can make it to the top level in local horse... Read More

Four on the trot for Hilly's Halo

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, August, 31 2018    

After destroying three-year-old company on last, the improving imported filly Hilly's Halo (Dane Dawkins) continued to show local opposition a clean pair of heels. This was after stepping up to Overnight Allowance company for the first time and there... Read More

DON WEHBY – Diamond Mile on the cards for Hilly's Halo

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, August, 31 2018    

Following Hilly's Halo impressive performance in the $1 million Purewater Trophy at Caymanas Park on Sunday (August 26, 2018) to register her fourth consecutive win, owner Don Wehby said that participation in the most lucrative local race — the Diamond Mile — must be on the... Read More

'Will ' totally in charge

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, August, 31 2018    

Will In Charge successfully defended his title when he won the coveted Prime Minister's Stakes for the second year in a row on Saturday (August 25, 2018) at Caymanas Park. Read More

WILBERT BAGWANDEEN – Will In Charge now in the top two, Gold Cup his next target

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, August, 31 2018    

After his disappointing run in the recent The Viceroy Trophy over nine furlongs (1,800m) about a month ago, many doubted the capabilities of Will In Charge . Read More

RACING NEWS…RACING NEWS…RACING NEWS…

Friday, August, 31 2018    

NINE HORSES CLAIMED ON SUNDAYNine horses were claimed on the 10-race programme at Caymanas Park on Sunday, August 26, 2018. Read More

Performance analysis for Sunday, August 26, 2018

BY WES MARTIN Contributor | Friday, August, 31 2018    

RACE 1-MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT (THREE-YEAR-OLDS ONLY) 1200METRES/6FURLONGS  Read More

Slowly but surely, Sotomayor goes up the ladder of progress

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer reporter | Friday, August, 31 2018    

He has flattered to deceive many times in his career, especially after his win in the 2016 Jamaica Two-Year-Old Stakes, but on Sunday last (August 26, 2018) Sotomayor was able soothe some of the multiple doubters assembled over the... Read More

Performance analysis for Saturday, August 25, 2018

BY WES MARTIN Observer writer | Tuesday, August, 28 2018    

 RACE 1 — MAIDEN CONDITION (4YOS&UPWARDS) 100METRES/5FURLONGS STRAIGHT  Read More

Kalahari comes good at second attempt

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Tuesday, August, 28 2018    

Making only her second career start and given Lasix for the first time Kalahari made one move to break her maiden, winning the $870,000 Seek Customer Trophy at Caymanas Park on Saturday. Read More

Ice Cold burns on long-awaited debut

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Tuesday, August, 28 2018    

After over a year on the farm recovering from injuries, the nicely bred Ice Cold (Blue Pepsi Lodge – Chauchee) made his debut on Saturday. Read More

We did it!

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Tuesday, August, 28 2018    

Chestnut filly Princess Zella, who has shown a distinct liking for the short distance races, may well see an increase in journey the next time she steps on the race track for a competitive event, according to trainer Phillip... Read More



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