It was a good day for racing with a reasonable size crowd on hand at the Bush Lot United, West Coast, Berbice Race track and it was an opportune time for veteran jockey May May aboard Lucky Star of the Pooran Stale to come good for the win at the Kennard Memorial Emancipation horserace meet.
The 6 furlongs event saw the animals battling from start to finish with Lucky Star pulling ahead to take home the $300,000 winners money ahead of Keep On Swinging, Red Rocket and Isn’t She Charming.
It was ample time for Not This Time of the Shocking Racing Stable to take the 3 years old one mile event. With the Ansa McAl trophy and $240,000 at stake for the winning jockey Colin Ross was skillful in guiding Not This time to the front to win from Feona and Touch Down.
Victoria of the Boatswain stable with jockey Julius was victorious in the 4 furlongs event for 2 year old animals. Prince D, The Rock and Maximus were the others that placed.
Picachu with Richmond on the mount choose the right time to win as it beat off Barbarossa, Massapequa Dr and Red Region to win the K and lower 6 furlongs race.
Touch Down of the Joseph Stable with Jockey Colin Ross astride powered ahead of Prince D, The Rock and Maximus in the L class maiden event to take the Gansham Singh trophy.
Colin Ross was adjudged the champion jockey with the Shocking Racing Stable the champion stable.
The runner up jockey was jockey May May.
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