Rising Sun Turf Club, Lions Clubs of Durban Park and Bartica says thanks
The principals and organizers of the recently held one day horserace meet staged at the Rising Sun Turf Club are extending their profound gratitude to the several sponsors who helped in making this Horserace Meeting possible.
Among those the organisers are extending gratitude include:
Banks D.I.H. Ltd, Digicel Guyana, Hand-In-Hand Insurance, MJ’s Super Market,
Jumbo Jet Auto Sales, Mr. A. Teixeira, Ryan & Reuben Grocery’s, Aruwai Mining,
Lion Doobay Service Station, Lion M. J. F. M. R.D Khan, Nazam Kassim Hardware Store,
Stephen Belle (Zen’s Plaza),Mazaruni Mining company, Mike & Tessa Grocery, Philip Persaud, Dr Dwight Walrond, Dave Scott Service Station, Kamal Thakur, Lioness Ava Abrams, Toucan Industries, Eon Ferrier (Five Star Mineral), Bobby Rasul El Dorado Trading, Francis ‘Chico’ Chichester, Lion Terrance Adams, Carlotta Warner, Chaterpaul Deo (Chen Sing) Katice Ross, Hablaw’s Meat Centre, Errol Baptist, Pomeroon Oil Mills, C. E. M. C. O, Carmelita & Clive Thomas, GIOTECH, Dennis Deroop, Unitech Awning (Ray), Khyume Baksh and Family, James Singh and Family, Leanna’s Kiddie Park, Lions Club of Durban Park, Lions Club of Bartica, Chester Fry of Bush Lot West Coast Berbice, Rising Sun Cattle ranch, Colin Elcock, Ramesh Sunich of Trophy Stall, Bourda Market, Senior Council Marcel Crawford and the authorities of the Rising Sun Turf Club and all others would have contributed in one way or the other to make the race meet as success including the various media houses especially the Kaieteur news.
The principals of the RSTC and the Lions Clubs will like to assure horserace fans that racing of the highest standards will continue to be held at the venue.
Turfites are urged to disregard the incidents of indiscipline that occurred which were totally out of their hands, but the work of a few who are totally bent on having things their way.
Those infractions were dealt with as quickly and condignly as possible. The next race meet by the club is scheduled for May 1st.