Horse Racing

Nine entered in Pick-3 Super Challenge Trophy


Tuesday, November 20, 2018

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The second leg of the Supreme Ventures sponsored Triple Crown series of races for two-year-olds, the Pick-3 Challenge Trophy has attracted nine provisional starters.

In the list of runners provided by the promoting company, Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment Limited, only two Duke and El Gringo are still maidens.

Trainer Anthony Nunes dominate the entries with four down to compete, Juice Man, Tricky One, Universal Boss, and Corazon.

The Pick-3 Challenge Trophy carries a lucrative total purse of $3.6 million and is run over seven furlongs or 1,400 metres with the date set for Saturday November 24, 2018.

With the Cash Pot Only One For Me Trophy already run, the series closes on Boxing Day (December 26, 2018) with the one-mile (1,600 metres) staging of the Supreme Ventures Jamaica Two-Year-Old Stakes.


Duke 56.0 kgs Richard Azan

El Gringo 56.0 kgs Wayne DaCosta

Juice Man 56.0 kgs Anthony Nunes

Phenom 56.0 kgs Steven Todd

Tricky One 56.0 kgs Anthony Nunes

Universal Boss 56.0 kgs Anthony Nunes

Corazon 56.0 kgs Wayne DaCosta

Lady Blue 54.0 kgs Wayne DaCosta

Top Shelf 54.0 kgs Patrick Fong

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