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Published:Sunday | July 26, 2020 | 12:29 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

WITH little to choose between WOW WOW and MAHOGANY, sharing 14 consecutive victories, reinsmanship could make the difference in this afternoon’s 2000 Guineas at a mile. Robert Halledeen is a forceful rider and will try stealing a march with WOW WOW...

Published:Sunday | July 19, 2020 | 12:37 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

CHAMPION trainer Anthony Nunes yesterday saddled his second two-timer in as many meets at Caymanas Park, watching super-fit UNIVERSAL BOSS chase down rivals at five furlongs straight, and GRAYDON staging a mighty last half-furlong rally to...

Published:Sunday | July 12, 2020 | 12:10 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

PRINCESS AVA returns off a near seven-month lay-up, going a mile today, facing SENTIENT, who she had humbled on December 14. However, SENTIENT was afterwards fitted with a visor and romped three consecutive races, a win streak interrupted by TOONA...

Published:Sunday | July 5, 2020 | 12:28 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

WOW WOW, unbeaten in his last nine races, warms up for the 2000 Guineas this afternoon at six and a half furlings, the distance at which he posted a fast 1:18.2 in February before the forced COVID-19 break. Champion two-year-old last season, WOW...

Published:Sunday | June 28, 2020 | 12:30 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

MAHOGANY WENT by 1-2 favourite ENGLAND’S ROSE three furlongs out, then dismissed SHE’S A HIT early in the stretch run yesterday to solidify his claim as the most improved three-year-old in training, chalking up a fourth straight win and firing...

Published:Sunday | June 21, 2020 | 12:08 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

CHACE THE GREAT, the 2018 Caribbean Sprint champion, the oldest runner in yesterday’s non-restricted overnight allowance Sprint, used what little class he had left at age seven to outrun 7-5 favourite, GOD OF LOVE, and hold off fast-finishing UNCLE...

Published:Sunday | March 8, 2020 | 12:42 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

ABOVE AND BEYOND firmly staked her claim as the favourite for next month’s 1000 Guineas, easily flooring Gary Subratie’s colt, NIPSTER, at a mile in Race 3 of the Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Commission/Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association...

Published:Sunday | February 23, 2020 | 12:43 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

PROHIBITIVE favourites, NIPSTER and ENGLAND’S ROSE, running at odds of 2-5 and 1-9, respectively, yesterday made short work of rivals to land the Hot Line and Sir Howard Stakes, six-furlong prep races for April’s Guineas classics. Hemmed in along...

Published:Sunday | February 16, 2020 | 12:40 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

SENTIENT won his third straight race, one of two winners for trainer Gary Subratie, on yesterday’s 11-race card. Racing the clock at a mile, the Superstakes and Diamond Mile-placed runner was so out-of-class that he was able to lead from start to...

Published:Sunday | February 9, 2020 | 12:40 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

WOW WOW, last year’s champion two-year-old, easily won on his three-year-old debut yesterday leading home NIPSTER and stablemate ANOTHER AFFAIR to record his ninth straight win from 10 starts. Ameth Robles was his usual no-frills self aboard WOW...

Published:Sunday | February 2, 2020 | 12:37 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

TRAINER Gary Subratie yesterday saddled three winners, including back-to-back victories at five furlongs straight, CLEOPATRA’S CHILD and BOLD AFLAIR in the eighth and ninth races, respectively. Subratie closed the 11-race card and his three-timer...

Published:Sunday | January 26, 2020 | 12:37 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

EL PROFESOR is up against the weakest field he has faced in, certainly, the last four months, probably longer, and should defy topweight with Trevor Simpson to put away a hodgepodge line-up, almost a half of which doesn’t belong in the event,...

Published:Sunday | January 19, 2020 | 1:15 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

TRAINER Ian Parsard yesterday fired two warning shots in the direction of WOW WOW, last year’s champion two-year-old and winter-book favourite for this season’s classics, sending out debutant DOUBLE CROWN and MAHOGANY to post impressive seven-...

Published:Sunday | January 12, 2020 | 12:25 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

IMPROVING claiming apprentice, Anthony Allen, rode his first two-timer at Caymanas Park yesterday, taking his career tally to eight winners, four this season, after enduring a torrid first year in the saddle. Allen, whose nine-pound weight...

Published:Sunday | January 5, 2020 | 12:58 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

ROHAN KABIR, running at odds of 8-1, yesterday closed a two-timer for champion trainer Anthony Nunes, upstaging his stablemates, 1-2 favourite BIGBANG and UNIVERSAL BOSS, in the City of Kingston Centenary Cup at a mile. Acquired by Nunes from...

Published:Sunday | December 29, 2019 | 12:53 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

DUNROBIN ran 3-5 favourite, AMERICAN INVADER, off the lead and quickened a furlong out to hold ANASO at bay in yesterday’s five-and-a-half furlongs overnight allowance sprint at Caymanas Park. Co-owned by Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment...

Published:Sunday | December 22, 2019 | 12:57 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

APPRENTICE Christopher Mamdeen yesterday used 7-2 chance GOD OF LOVE to outbattle Canada-based Dane Nelson aboard hot favourite, PRINCE CHARLES, completing a two-timer on the 11-race card, applying finishing touches to the jockeys’ championship....

Published:Sunday | December 15, 2019 | 12:56 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

CANADA-based jockey Dane Nelson won a half of yesterday’s 10 races, three for all-but-crowned champion trainer, Anthony Nunes, including 2-1 chance PRINCESS AVA, who upstaged 3-5 favourite, SENTIENT, in the Seymour ‘Foggy’ Mullings Memorial at a...

Published:Sunday | December 8, 2019 | 12:45 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

LEADING trainer Anthony Nunes’ EXHILARATE yesterday scored an 11-1 upset victory in the seven-furlong Gladiator Trophy, stunning rivals, including stablemate TOONA CILIATA, the overwhelming 1-9 favourite, and tough-as-nails SUPERLUMINAL, who won...

Published:Sunday | December 1, 2019 | 7:04 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

TRAINER Gary Subratie’s WOW WOW clocked a brilliant stakes record 1:24.4 in yesterday’s seven-furlong Pick-3 Super Challenge Trophy, lowering the 1:25.1 mark held jointly by Therealstream and Princess Popstar, who was voted 2013 Horse of the Year...

Published:Sunday | November 17, 2019 | 12:47 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

MR UNIVERSE’s job was made easier when Anthony Nunes’ filly, EXHILARATE, uncharacteristically missed the break, enabling champion trainer Wayne DaCosta to close the exacta with LADY BLUE in yesterday’s open-allowance sprint at five and a half...

Published:Sunday | November 10, 2019 | 12:00 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

SHE’S A MANEATER dismissed stablemate STRANGER DANGER and rival Anthony Nunes’ TOONA CILIATA from three furlongs out to score a three-length victory in yesterday’s Diamond Mile, clocking a stakes record 1:35.1, handing trainer Wayne DaCosta his...

Published:Sunday | November 3, 2019 | 12:45 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

PRINCE CHARLES yesterday rescued what would have been a miserable week for Anthony Nunes, running past TREVOR’S CHOICE a half-furlong out to keep the leading trainer $11 million clear of champion Wayne DaCosta ahead of Diamond Mile weekend. K J...

Published:Sunday | October 27, 2019 | 12:48 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

WOW WOW again annihilated the opposition, romping the Cash Pot Trophy for a fifth straight win, landing yesterday’s first leg of the three-race Supreme Ventures Limited Two-Year-Old Series, unchallenged, by eight lengths, ahead of TOMOHAWK....

Published:Sunday | October 20, 2019 | 1:27 AMAinsley Walters - Sunday Gleaner Writer

JAMAICA’s Richard Stone made history on Friday evening at the Neptune Stadium in Cork City, Ireland, completing back-to-back and a third double-gold performance at an International Sports Kickboxing Association’s (ISKA) Amateur Members Association...

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