More business entities and Horses are quickly getting themselves in line with the Ryan Crawford Memorial Turf Club & Sports Facilities for the Mega Grand Annual July 2nd CARICOM Day RCMTC&SF, Banks DIH Limited Horserace meet.
Business conglomerate P & P Insurance Brokers and Consultants Limited along with businessmen Chico Singh and Chen Singh are the latest to come on board.
On Tuesday CEO of the P&P Insurance Brokers, Mr. Bishwa Panday made the presentation at a simple ceremony in the company’s head office to a representative of the RCMTC&SF.
In making the presentation Mr. Panday asserted his company all round commitment to assist in community, Social and sports activities. Mr. Panday, himself a sports enthusiast and a long serving sports administrator, stated that his company will always assist in worthwhile ventures and stated that it is part of his company’s goal in giving back to the community from where they garner their support.
The representatives all thanked the CEO and his company for partnering with the RCMTC&SF and gave the assurance that their contribution will be well utilised.
A whopping $9M is up for grabs and a total of 10 races are listed on the day’s card. Several other entities and individuals have also joined in to support the event. Among them are Caricom General Insurance, Desmond Sears, Digicel, Abiola Wong, Barkley’s Mining, Mrs. R. Poonai, Two Brothers Gas Station and Chandra Poonai.
Other companies and persons on board previously are Beverage giants Banks DIH Limited, Guyana Bank of Trade and Industry (GBTI), Delmur Company Limited, Dequan Shipping and Trading, Ramesh Sunich of the Trophy Stall Bourda market, Mohammed Rahim, the Elcock Family, Ryan and Julio Perreira, Bobby Misir, Rajendra .N Poonai Attorney – At – Law, Aubrey Elcock and Family of the U.S.A, the Tickaram Family of the U.S.A, Roopnauth Sewsankar of the U.S.A, the Suknandan Family of the U.S.A and Sunil Tickaram of the U.S.A in making note worthy contributions towards the mega horse race meet. Entries are still pouring in at a fast rate and have reached 75 so far with a few major entrants still to be registered.
The B and lower Private Dancer stakes over 1700M compliments of the Elcock Family of the USA and Banks DIH Limited for a luxurious first prize of $1M and trophy with a total purse of over $2M is the main event. Other races are the E and lower River Dance Spring Classic for the Ryan Crawford Memorial Trophy compliments of the Elcock family of the USA over 1200M with a first prize of $500,000.
The 3 years old Guyana and West Indies Bred Alness Derby over 1600M will see the winner taking home $500,000 and the Sunil Tickram trophy. The 2 years old Guyana and West Indian bred horses over 1100M will see the winner racing away with $450,000 and the Robbie Tickaram trophy complements of the Tickaram family of the USA.
The Guyana Bred Three Year old 100M event will have a first prize of $400,000 and trophy compliments of the Elcock family of the USA. The Guyana bred two year old horses will compete for a winners money of $400,000 and the Kingsway Memorial Trophy complements of the Suknandan Family of the USA over 950M.
The G and lower1600M even will see the animals racing for a $400.000 winner’s money and trophy compliments of Roopnauth Sewsankar of the USA. The other event will have trophies are the H and lower 1400M affair with a first prize of $300,000.
The ‘I’ 1400M event for a winner’s money of $180,000 and the J ,K&L (Division1, 2 and 3) event with a winner’s purse of $150,000 over 1400M.
Contact can be made with the club’s office at Number 13 Hermitage East Coast Berbice (19 Road), Bobby Vaughn on telephone number 624-6788 or Noresa Saul on numbers 333-0290 or 333-0301 or Doctor Dwight Walrond on Telephone numbers 623-0100 or 220-6557 for entry and more details.
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