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Tuesday, August, 28 2018    

CUP O TEA DRAINED TO THE LAST DROP Read More

Photo: WE DID IT!

Tuesday, August, 28 2018    

Trainer Phillip Elliott (right) and jockey Wesley in animated discussion in the winners' enclosure on Saturday, August 25, 2018, at Caymanas Park, after two the joined forces to win the eighth race on the day with the chestnut filly, Princess... Read More

Gosden caps golden York with 1-2 in Ebor

Tuesday, August, 28 2018    

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — John Gosden wrapped up a profitable Ebor Festival at York on Saturday when he saddled the first two home in the prestigious handicap after which the four-day meeting is named. Read More

Catholic Boy wins Travers Stakes at Saratoga

Tuesday, August, 28 2018    

SARATOGA SPRINGS, New York (AP) — Catholic Boy proved he could win on turf. With jockey Javier Castellano aboard in the Travers Stakes, Catholic Boy proved he's not too shabby on dirt,... Read More

Racetrack with 'moving grandstand' proposed in New Mexico

Tuesday, August, 28 2018    

CLOVIS, United States (AP) — A Las Vegas casino executive is proposing a new racetrack and casino in eastern New Mexico with a “moving grandstand” that will allow an audience to travel alongside running horses. Read More

Dettori leads Stradivarius to US$1.28m-bonus

Tuesday, August, 28 2018    

YORK, England (AP) — Frankie Dettori rode 4-11 favourite Stradivarius to victory in the two-mile Lonsdale Cup Stakes on Friday, a win that earned owner Bjorn Nielsen, trainer John Gosden and the four-year-old colt's stable staff a one-million... Read More

The 'Honey' flowed thick and fast

Monday, August, 27 2018    

After misfiring in the Classic races, Honey Ryda found her best form yesterday as the three-year-old filly trained by Richard Azan and guided by Dick Cardenas turned in a fighting, never-say-die display and took home the O&S Tack... Read More

'Will' is the Prime Minister

Sunday, August, 26 2018    

Will In Charge (Robert Halledeen) led every step of the way to win the 55th running of the $1.3-million Prime Minister Stakes (10-furlongs) at Caymanas Park yesterday. Read More

Sotomayor, Hilly's Halo favoured for Purewater Trophy

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter ruddya@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, August, 26 2018    

They may have contrasting running styles, but one thing Sotomayor, trained by Anthony Nunes, and the Gary Subratie-conditioned Hilly's Halo have in common is that they will both headline their respective Overnight Allowance fields for the Purewater Trophy at Caymanas Park... Read More

Will In Charge fancied for Prime Minister's Stakes

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter ruddya@jamaicaobserver.com | Saturday, August, 25 2018    

There is absolutely no doubt that Will In Charge, the Robert Pearson-trained five-year-old chestnut horse, is one of the most improved horses in training at present. Read More

Trainers vent their issues

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, August, 24 2018    

A trainers' meeting filled with wide-ranging views, claims and counter claims for the improvement of horse racing ended with a number of issues unresolved, but with clarity on others. Read More

WHAT THEY SAY: Louis Richards - RACEHORSE TRAINER

Friday, August, 24 2018    

When did your career start as a trainer? Read More

Owner/breeder Dr Francis Barnett passes on

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, August, 24 2018    

It is with deep regret that the Supreme Racing Guide has learnt of the recent passing of owner/breeder and dedicated horseman, Dr Francis Barnett. Read More

Peking Cruz moves to Open Allowance

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, August, 24 2018    

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After losing a shoe on last, Another Vigorous makes amends without visor

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, August, 24 2018    

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