Jan 31, 2012 Sports
With the inclement weather taking a toll on outdoor activities and more rain scheduled, the principals of the Ryan Crawford Memorial Turf club (RCMTC) has taken an early decision to postpone their one day Horserace meet scheduled for this Sunday, 5th February, at its Alness Corentyne Berbice location.
The RCMTC&SF track is rated as one of the best in the country and has a very good drainage system, but according to a release from the club, this early decision was taken because most of the venues are water logged and the animals will not have anywhere to train and exercise. Even if the rain stops in a few days the time, it will definitely be too short for the animals to work out and get into top shape.
According to the release, the club is now teaming up with the Rising Sun Turf Club (RSTC) to bring off a two day meet set for Sunday 19th at RSTC and Sunday 26th February at RCMTC.
The programme will be revised and two feature events will be added, including the B & Lower event over 1500 meters and the race for 4-year old horses bred and Born in Guyana & West Indies and for horses classified F1 & Lower also over 1500 meters.
Eight races were carded for the RCMTC race meet which had races for animals classified E&F and lower, the 3yr old Guyana and West Indies Bred, the three year old race for Guyana Bred horses, the G class event, H1 and lower horses, while there were also races for animals classified I1 and lower I3 and lower and the J and K Division 1&2 horses.
Interested persons can make contact with the office at Number 13 Hermitage East Coast Berbice (19 Road). Bobby Vaughn can be contacted on telephone number 624-6788 or Noresa Saul on numbers 333-0290 or 333-0301 and Doctor Dwight Waldron on Telephone numbers 623-0100 or 220-6557. (Samuel Whyte)
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