Trophy Stall on board, Score’s Even poised to return in ongoing duel with Treacle
All systems are in place for the Annual Kennard Memorial Turf Club Post Emancipation meet tomorrow at their track at Bush Lot Farm, Corentyne Berbice.
Seven races are slated for the day’s programme and Over 60 of the country’s top horses will be competing for over $5M in prize monies, trophies and other winnings.
With Guyana top horse Score’s Even, set to return to racing at one of the country’s premier horse racing venue a large crowd is expected to swarm the facility. The A class event is the main attraction on the day’s agenda and has a tantalizing $1M and trophy available for the winner. The animals will compete over one mile. Among those entered are Score’s Even, Treacle, Rock, Movie Star, Run Nana Run, Church House, Bridal Stone Corner, Some Legend and Monsoon.
The D3 and Lower 6 furlongs event has a first prize of $500,000 awaiting the winner and among those entered are Treacle, Dark and Lovely, Flame, Perfect to win, with Church House and Run Nana Run also in the running.
The race for horses classified G1 and lower also over 6 Furlongs for a winning purse of $320,000 and trophy will see the likes of Work Force, Another Jet, Some legend and Monsoon among others in action.
There is a race for G3 Maiden horses that hasn’t won a race since 2013 which will see the animals competing over a distance of 5 furlongs for a winner’s money of $300,000 and trophy. Red Cloud, Bridal Stone Corner, Miss Doubt Fire and Some legend are among those competing.
The ‘I’ class 6 furlongs event will see the winner receiving $250,000 and trophy with Cat Messiah, Easy to Win, Lady Secret, Mary Ann and Party Time among those set to take the track.
The J1, 6 furlongs event has the likes of Quincy, Red Jet, Royal Cash, Little and Pick Pocket among the 14 horses in the hunt for the winning prize, which is worth $200,000 and trophy.
The final event on the day’s programme is for J3 Maiden horses over five furlongs and will see the horses competing for a winning purse of $150,000 over five furlongs with the likes of Cattle King, Royal Stallion and GO Topper among those competing.
Top individual performers will be presented with accolades compliments of Ramesh Sunich of Trophy Stall Bourda Market and the organizers.
The race will be run under the rules of the Guyana Horse Racing Authority. Last minute information can be obtained by contacting Justice Cecil Kennard on telephone numbers 226-1399, 225-4818 or 623-7609, club Secretary Niketa Ross on 662-4668, Roopnarine ‘Shine’ Matadial on 325-3192, Ivan Dipnarine on331-0316 or assistant secretary Isabella Beaton on 693 7812. Race time is 13:00hrs. (Samuel Whyte)
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