Next event set for Caricom Day
The Management Committee of the Ryan Crawford Memorial Turf Club & Sports Facilities at Alness Corentyne in collaboration with the Ituni and Phoenix Lodges has taken the opportunity to extend heartfelt thanks to all the sponsors and the various media houses in Guyana who contributed in making their one day Charity Fund raising Horserace meet held on Sunday 25th March, at the Clubs Entity Alness Corentyne Berbice, a success.
Among those coming in for commendations were: Banks DIH Limited, Attorney at Law Rajendra Poonai, Bish Panday of the P & P Syndicate, Delmur Company Ltd, Dequan Shipping & Trading Incorporated, Right Worship, Brother Doodnauth Persaud, District Grand Master, Eureka Laboratory, Brother Martin Singh, the Brethrens of Ituni & Phoenix Lodges, Francis “Chico” Chichester & Friends, Workers of The Ryan Crawford Memorial Turf Club and Sports facilities.
Meanwhile, the club would like to notify the general public of its next race meet which is set for Monday 2nd July, Caricom Day, in collaboration with Banks DIH Limited and dubbed the” CARICOM DAY OF RACING” at the club’s facilities, Alness Corentyne, Berbice.
Ten events will be contested with close to $9M up for grabs. The list of events are B and lower event with a first prize of $1M and trophy up for grabs and a total purse of over $2M over 1700M.
There will be a race for 3yrs old horses for Guyana and West Indies Bred horses for a winning take of $500,000 over 1600M. The E and lower 1200M race will have a first prize of $500,000.
The race for Two Year old Guyana and West Indies Bred Horse will have a winners’ purse of $450,000 over 1100M.
The Guyana Bred Three Year old event is for a first prize of $400,000 over 1400M. Two-year old Bred horses will also be competing for a $400,000 first prize over 950M. The G and lower event will see the animals racing for a $400,000 winners money over 1600M.
The H and lower race will be a 1400M affair with a first prize of $300,000. The animals in the ‘I’ class event will be competing for $180,000 winners money over 1400M. The K&L (Division 2 and 3) event will fetch a winning prize of $150,000over 1400M.
Outstanding individual performers including top Jockey, trainer and stable will be presented with accolades compliments of the Trophy Stall, Bourda Market and the RCMTC.
Interested persons can contact the club’s 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. Doctor Dwight Walrond on Telephone numbers 623-0100 or 220-6557.
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