Dec 15, 2016 Sports
Preparations are at an advanced stage for the third edition of the Guyana Cup rematch Horserace meet set for Sunday 1st January at the Rising Sun Turf Club, Arima Park West Coast Berbice. The event is organised by the Jumbo Jet Auto Sales and Racing Stables in collaboration with the Rising Sun Turf Club.
The meet is expected to see the top horses in the country compete for supremacy and is expected to see most of the top animals that dominate racing in Guyana during the year looking to close the racing season on a high.
Seven top of the line races are carded for the day with a number of feature events on the day’s card.
The feature event is for animals classified B and lower which has a top prize of $1.2M for the winner from a sumptuous $3M prize package and trophy over 1800M.
There are other eye catching events which includes – An event for animals classified F1 and lower for a winning pocket of $400,000 and trophy over 1400M.
The event for 3 years old horses, West Indies bred horses and G3 and lower animals over 1400M, has a first prize of $350,000 and trophy for the winner.
There is an 1100M event for three year old West Indies bred horses that never earned over $200,000 and animals classified H3 and lower for a winning pocket of $300,000 and trophy.
The Two year old event for Guyana bred horses has its first prize tagged at $260,000 and trophy over 1100M.
The J, K and lower event over 1100M fetches the winner $200,000 and trophy.
The animals classified L and lower will compete for the winning pocket of $180,000 and trophy over 1100.
The top Jockey along with the runner up, the top stable and champion trainer will all be presented with trophies and other incentives compliments of the Trophy Stall of Bourda Market and the organizers.
Entries are expected to be closed on Sunday 25th December.
The event will be held under the rules of the Guyana Horse Racing Authority.
In the event that there are less than five horses entered for any event the club reserves the right to cancel or reframe that race.
Horses are subject to reclassification pending the results of any race meet the animals would have taken part in prior to this event.
Five horses must start an event before a third prize is paid, while seven horses must start an event before a fourth prize is paid.
Interested persons can contact Fazal Habibulla on 657-7010 or 232-0232, Donald Lawrie on telephone Nos 225-4530 or 225-and Campton Sancho 602-1567.
Race time is 12:30 hrs. The coordinator is Nasrudeen (Jumbo Jet) Mohamed. (Samuel Whyte)
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