The Rising Sun Turf Club in collaboration with the People’s Progressive Party will be staging a grand horserace meet slated for Sunday 25th May at the Rising Sun Turf Club, Arima Park, West Coast Berbice.
Seven races are listed for the day with competitors set to vie for close to $4M in prize money which will be available in cash, trophies and other goodies.
The day’s programme includes events for A and lower; E and D maiden and lower, the 3 yr old classic for horses born and bred in the Guyana and the West Indies. There is also the F class event and the race for G3 and lower horses.
The A class event over 1400M will see the horses galloping for a first prize of $1M.
There is a newly introduced event for horses classified D3 and lower non-winners for 2014 and E and lower for a winning take of $500,000 and trophy over 1400M.
Three year Guyana and West Indies Bred animals will be racing for a top prize of $400,000 over 1400M.
Incentive for the winner in the F1 and lower 1400M event is also worth $400,000.
The G3 class 1100M race will see the winner taking away the $300,000 first prize and trophy.
Racing fans will see the top ‘I’ class horses racing for a winning take of $200,000 and trophy over 1100M.
The J1 class horses 1100M sprint has a winner’s prize of $180,000 and trophy.
With so much on offer, a scintillating and action packed day of racing is anticipated. The top individual performers will be presented with accolades compliments of Ramesh Sunich of Trophy Stall, Bourda Market.
Interested persons can contact Fazal Habibulla on Telephone No 232-0232 or 6577010, Inshanally Habibulla on tel No 623-4495 or 232-3295, or Donald or Zaleena Lawrie on telephone no 225-4530, 2254565 or Dennis DeRoop on 6099143 for any details.
Race time is 13:00 hrs (Samuel Whyte)
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