Over 60 racehorses have already entered for the Norman Singh Turf Club in collaboration with the Custom Racing Stable, horseracing meet slated for the #6 Village West Coast Berbice track on Sunday December 14 featuring nine races starting from 1:00pm.
Over five million dollars in cash and prizes will be at stake with the feature attraction being the ‘C’ class race sponsored by Banks DIH for the Banks Premium Beer Cup and the winner of this event will also cart off a whooping 1st prize of $400,000.
The other key race that has created a large amount of interest is the Norman Singh 3 year old classic, the winner carting off $350,000.
Other races will include I class, 2-year-old Open, G class, J&K and L class racehorses. According to reports from horseracing officials at the club, several of the leading horses already entered have been looking impressive during workouts and this sets the stage for an explosive meeting.
Among the racehorses sending ominous messages to their opponents are Little Pannie, Miss Republic, Ice Follies, De Message, La Bayamosa, Sweet Romance, Vanessa and Spin and Squeeze on the Corentyne.
The West Berbice horses were not to be outdone and The Gap, Jumbo Joy, Sacrifice, Pinch de Cash, Coconut Boy, Prixie Fire, the imposing Sequin and Blessed Child all turned in some eye catching gallops during practice runs.
Their Georgetown counterparts are also reported to be in good nick with Red Bull and Brave Heart looking impressive in a three furlong sprint.
Fans must not forget the grand raffle draw scheduled to take place where patrons can contest for five 125cc Jailing motorcycles among other prizes. Tickets cost $500 and will be on sale at various locations.
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