Sep 30, 2012 Sports Comments Off on All roads lead to Bush Lot United Turf Club horserace meet today
All preparations have been complete and the day has finally arrived and thousands of Turfites are expected to throng to the newly refurbish Bush Lot United Turf Club (BLUTC), Sea View Park Bush Lot, West Coast Berbice for that entity’s massive $7M horserace meet at the club’s entity Bush Lot, West Coast Berbice.
With massive renovation work done to the venue including the construction of a new grand stand, new rails, new toilet facilities with running water, more stables and viewing area and an expanded parade ring, Jockey’s area and scale house and the track re-laid, Turfites cannot wait to be a part of the riveting action expected to unfold.
An attractive 10 race meet has been put together by the club with some lucrative prizes on offer. Over 80 horses are down to take part.
Some of the country’s top horses have taken entry including The Score’s Even, Who So Ever, The Message, Marathon Man, Donut Prince, Fresh Again, Got to Go, California Strike, Diamond, Top of the Line, Appealing harvest, Storm in a Tea Cup, Red Cloud, Come Dance with me, Rock Sonia, Happy Choice and Pride and Joy, Ferry Landing, Work Force, Super cat, Dubai Duchess, Majestic, Swing Easy, Stormy Lass, Miss Regina, Captain Crook, Settle In Seattle, Celebrating Love, Gold Plated, Sabrina Joy, Weekend Surprise, Miss Regina, Big Show ,Gold Romance, Flying Baby, The Legend, Gold Princess, Silver Jet, It’s My Time, Sent from Above, the Gump, Sir Balagie, The Bailiff, Wicket Intention, Dream Girl, Savion , Princess Renuka, Pixie Fire, and I want revenge, Silver Kid, Mona Lisa, Little Trickster, Northern Junior, Silent Night, Romeo, Mc Gyver, Ameela’s Joy, Flying Object, Royal Time, She is Royal, Hard Running, Pleasant Surprise and Star Boy among others.
The list of sponsors include; Banks DIH among the other sponsors are Mohammed Shariff of the Shariff racing stable, Buddy Shivraj, Jumbo jet, Rommel Jagroop construction, Trophy Stall Bourda market, Dr Bramdeo Singh, Inshan Bacchus, Lenny Singh, Chatterpaul “Chen Singh” Deo, Ramcharran Singh, Phagoo General Store, B. M. Soat Auto Sales, Dennis DeRoop, Guyana Tourism Authority, Dr. Bernard DaSilva, Innovative Construction Incorporated, Mohammed “Aga” Khan, Regency Hotel, Hand In Hand Insurance and Feroze Ishack among others.
The Full list of events are the feature A’ and lower event over 1500M for a whopping $1M first prize and trophy. The co feature event for three Year old animals Bred and Born in Guyana and The West Indies over 1200M with a first prize of $500,000 and trophy.
The E and lower race with a first prize of $450,000 and trophy also over 1200M. The G class 1000M gallop for a winning purse of $300,000 and trophy. The event for two year old Guyana and West Indies Bred horses which will see the winner running away with $400,000 and trophy also over 1000M.
The winner of the H and lower 1400M event will see the winner taking home $200,000 and trophy. The pole position for the horses in the two year old Guyana bred event over 1000M will collect $200,000 and trophy. The I3 and lower event is another 1000M event for a winning purse of$150,000 and trophy.
There is the J class event 1400M event which will see the animals racing for a winning purse of $100,000 and trophy. The K and L class match up will see the winner pocketing $80,000 and trophy over 1200M.
The individual performers including top jockey, stable and trainer will be presented with trophies compliments of The Trophy Stall, Bourda Market.
Late information can be had by calling the President R. Jagit (tel 232-0231), Secretary Arjune Singh on 688-4764 and Treasurer Lakeram “Buddy” Sukdeo on Number 232-0558.
Race time is 12:30 hrs.
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