With systems quickly falling into place for the one day horserace meet organised by the Jumbo Jet Auto Sales and Racing stables in collaboration with the Bush Lot United Turf Club, some adjustment have been to the days programme.
The event is slated for Sunday 1st May at the club’s entity Sea View Park, Bush Lot West Coast Berbice.
The six-race meet has seen the organizers making two adjustments to the days programme. The three year old 1400M even will now be for three year old West Indies bred horses that never earned and Open Guyana Bred horses for a winning prize of $350,000 and trophy.
The G1 and lower event which was originally slated for 1400M has now been reduced to 1200M for the winner’s take of $350,000 and trophy.
Over $4M in cash, trophies and other incentives are up for grabs and most of the top runners in the country are preparing to compete.
At the moment extensive rehabilitation work is ongoing at the venue which is known to host outstanding events.
The feature race is for animals classified D1 and lower for a top prize of $800,000 and trophy over one mile.
The other races are – The H3 and lower event is over 1400M and will see the animals running for a winning pocket of $ 250,000 and trophy. Animals classified K and J and lower will be racing for a winning pocket of $200,000 and trophy over 1200M.
The final event will be for animals classified L and lower over 1000M for a pole position taking of $150,000 and trophy.
Apart from the exhilarating horserace action expected to unfold, a number of other attractions and give a ways will be a part of the day’s activities. The events will be held under the rules of the Guyana Horse Racing Authority.
Contact can be made with Chandu Ramkissoon (624-9063 or 232-0633), Irshad Mohammed on 664-1650, Ramnauth on 337- 5311 / 697-1979, Campton Sancho on 690-0569 and lakeram “Buddy” Sukhdeo on 672-0810 for entry and more details on the meet.
The coordinator is Nazrudeen Jumbo Jet Mohammed Jr. (Samuel Whyte)
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