The Guyana Cup Horserace meet 2018, the biggest event on the local horseracing calendar with over $15 million in cash and prizes up for grabs, has been set for August 19th. As the organisers, The Jumbo Jet Thoroughbred Racing Committee, continue their preparations three more sponsors have come on board to support the event.
L. Rambrige and sons, Poonai’s Pharmacy and Associated Construction Services are the latest to come onboard the event. Representative Miss Kimberly Basso presented L. Rambrige’s sponsorship cheque to Roy Jafarally of the organisers.
Akbar Sakur and Lisa Khan were on hand to give Poona’s contribution, while Miss Kimberly
Ramsami and Sunita Jagdat did the honours for Associated Construction.
Also throwing support behind the Guyana Cup recently have been the Discount Store, Superbet, Hand-in-hand Insurance, Gizmos and Gadgets and Mazi nightclub of the USA.
The programme of events for the day will see the C Class event being the main attraction.
The day’s full race programme reads as follows:
1) C class and lower, 1600m. Total purse: $3,875,000
2) 3yr old Derby 1100M – purse: $2,000,000.
3) G1 and lower 1400M – purse: $1,550,000.
4) H3 and lower 1100M – purse $1,350,000.
5) 2yrs old Guyana Bred 1100M – purse: $680,000.
6) I class and lower 1400M – Purse: $581,000.
7) J3 and lower 1400M. Purse: $485,000.
8) L class 1400M – purse $390,000.
9) L class 1400M – purse $390,000.
10) L class 1100M – purse $290,000.
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