Early entries for 2019 Diamond Mile

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Early entries for 2019 Diamond Mile


Friday, October 18, 2019

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The 2019 Diamond Mile sponsored by the Betting Gaming and Lotteries Commission (BGLC) and Supreme Ventures Limited (SVL) is getting closer with decision day set for Saturday, November 9, 2019.

The Diamond Mile which carries a purse of approximately US$115,000 is expected to be not only one which sees the best horses in training competing against each other but the race could have a major influence on the outcome of the trainer's championship.

Leading trainer at the moment Anthony Nunes leads the reigning champion Wayne DaCosta by over $11 million and with the top horses emanating from the barns of these trainers, the Diamond Mile may well be the decider.

BGLC/SVL Diamond Mile (GR.1)
Top Earners up to 12-10-2019
1 *Supreme Soul 55.0 kgs Anthony Nunes $10,725,900
2 *She’s A Maneater 55.0 kgs Wayne DaCosta $7,230,350
3 *Stranger Danger 57.0 kgs Wayne DaCosta $3,330,600
4 *Another Bullet 57.0 Kgs Patrick Lynch $3,167,000
5 Toona Cilita 52.0 kgs Anthony Nunes $2,976,000
6 Sentient 52.0 kgs Gary Subratie $2,955,000
7 Superluminal 54.0 kgs Ian Persard $2,601,700
8 Uncle Frank 54.0 kgs Wayne DaCosta $2,252,750
9 Bigdaddykool 57.0 kgs Anthony Nunes $2,103,650
10 Princess Annie 51.5 kgs Wayne DaCosta $2,055,000
11 Houdini’s Magic 54.0 kgs Anthony Nunes $1,893,750
12 Uncle Vinnie 54.0 kgs Gary Subratie $1,553,800
13 Drummer Boy 54.0 kgs Wayne DaCosta $1,248,100
14 Princess Ava 54.0 kgs Wayne DaCosta $1,220,000
15 Fayrouz 52.0 kgs Anthony Nunes $1,067,400
16 Tricky One 52.0 kgs Anthony Nunes $1,060,000
------------------------------------- also eligible -------------------------------------
17 Money Market 53.5 kgs Richard Azan $1,045,600
18 Hover Craft 54.0 kgs Wayne DaCosta $880,400
19 Dontae 54.0 kgs Anthony Nunes $869,950
20 Bruce Wayne 54.0 kgs Anthony Nunes $850,650
21 Summer Sun 54.0 kgs Wayne DaCosta $728,000
*automatic entries

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