Preparations have been completed and all is set for the Labour Day and Pre Independence horserace meet today at the Bush Lot United Turf Club, Sea View Park, West Coast, Berbice.
The event which is organised by The Jumbo Jet Auto Sales and Racing stables in collaboration with the Bush Lot United Turf Club has six races carded for the day with over $4M in cash and trophies and other incentives up for grabs. Over 60 horses have entered for the day’s meet and an exciting day of racing is on the cards.
The feature D and lower 1-mile event has a winning purse of $800,000 and trophy available for the winner with the best horses in that division set to participate.
The event has attracted some of the top true-breds in the business in action, while some old stagers have also retuned. Among the top notch field expected to feature are Princess She Not, Plum- Plum, Climate Change, Red and Lovely, California Strike and Keep on Swinging among others will be looking to swing into top gear as they compete for the coveted prize.
She is in Control and Golden Sand are among the entries that will be looking for the gold in the event for three year old West Indies bred horses that never earned and Guyana Bred horses for a winning prize of $350,000 and trophy over 1400M.
The G1 and lower event will see a clash between top runners such as Release the Best, Strom Bird, Captain Crook and Settling Star among others compete in the1200M even for the winner’s take of $350,000 and trophy.
Cat Messiah, She So Special, Mary Ann and Anfield will be looking for a special performances in the H3 and lower 1400M race which has a winning pocket of $250,000 and trophy.
Animals classified K and J and lower will be racing for a purse of $200,000 and trophy over 1200M.
The animals classified L and lower will be galloping over 1000M for $150,000 and trophy.
Animals such as, Liquid Lion, Blue Lightning, Red Jet, Red Region, Plane Land, Royal Cash, Turn About, Royal Stallion, 3 P Prince, Quincy, Little, Royal Progressive, Progressive Kid, Seven Dust, Confusion and Strike again among others have been entered for those events.
A keen day of racing is in store and as is customary with events promoted by the Jumbo Jet businesses a number of other attractions and give-a-ways will be a part of the day’s proceedings.
Special prizes will be awarded to the top jockeys, trainers and stables compliments of Ramesh Sunich of the Trophy Stall. The event will be held under the rules of the Guyana Horse Racing Authority.
The coordinator is Nazrudeen Jumbo Jet Mohammed Jr. Race time is 12:30. (Samuel Whyte)
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