Symbolic first win for apprentice Radesh Roman

Apprentice jockey Radesh Roman, the 20-year-old cousin of record six-time champion Omar Walker, recorded his first victory on only his seventh ride at Caymanas Park. The St John’s College graduate won Monday's first race over eight-and-a-half furlongs (1,700m) on 3-1 betting option She’s Symbolic, trained by Anthony Nunes. “To be honest, words can’t really explain […]

Patriarch returns in Awhofah

There are three trophy races on a packed 11-race card tomorrow at Caymanas Park. The Princess Popstar for two-year-olds non-winners of two and maidens; the Ahwhofah Sprint (six furlongs) at the Overnight Allowance level and the Miracle Cure Sprint (5 ½ furlongs) for three-year-olds non-winners of two. The Ahwhofah has attracted 13 starters and main […]

Bigdaddykool is all racehorse - Nunes

Bigdaddykool removed all doubts about his well-being, as after a long layup due to injury setbacks, he again demonstrated his capabilities to win the $1.15 million Nigel B Nunes Memorial Cup feature over nine furlongs and 25 yards (1,820m) on Monday. Although it was against Open Allowance company, the demonstration from Bigdaddykool was breath-taking as […]

Cal’s Tomato Ketchup Gold Cup Breakfast – A smashing success

They came out in their numbers to be feted at the Gold Cup Breakfast on Friday, October 12, at morning exercise at Caymanas Park, the day before the running of the Cal’s Tomato Ketchup Gold Cup. Of course, the Supreme Racing Guide was there. They gathered at the Cal’s Breakfast area. The Cal’s ladies sharing up […]

Corazon – one to watch

Any assessment Corazon might be a little too early in her racing career. However, based on preliminary signals, this two-year-old bay filly seems to have more than just normal ability and is certainly one to watch for the future. Trained by Anthony Nunes and ridden by Dick Cardenas, Corazon (Blue Pepsi Lodge – My Heartbeat) […]

Deal Marker goes to stud on a winning note

Following Deal Marker’s win in a claiming ($550,000-$500,000) event for three-year-olds and upward that included native-bred four-year-olds and upward non-winners of four on Saturday, trainer Fitzroy Glispie informed that would be her last race as his chestnut filly is off to the stud farm. Ridden by apprentice Reyan Lewis, Deal Marker (War Marshall – Right […]

Francia’s Pride comes good

Despite going off at odds of 10-1, trainer Fitzroy Glispie said that he was never in doubt of his bay mare Francia’s Pride winning the Monday Morning Overnight Allowance event at Caymanas Park on Saturday. Since coming to the Overnight Allowance level, Francia’s Pride has not done much. However, on last over 10 furlongs (2,000m) […]

Apprentice Daniel Satchell wants to continue family tradition

Apprentice Daniel Satchell became the fifth of the new lot 21 to bring home a winner. Steeped in racing through his family connections, Satchell called curtains on the final race of the day on Saturday by shedding his maiden tag aboard the 9/5 option Brave Prospect. It was the fifth mount of his short career […]

The Gold Cup

After a scintillating run by Will In Charge ridden by Robert Halledeen and trained by Robert Pearson, to win the Cal’s Tomato Ketchup Gold Cup on Saturday last at Caymanas Park, the prestigious trophy was presented to Lorna Bagwandeen representing the owner of the winner, WB Racing Stables by Carlton Watson (left) managing director of […]