Don Almighty gets off to winning start for Nunes, Steadman

Jockey Linton Steadman (left) with trainer Anthony Nunes.
Jockey Linton Steadman (left) with trainer Anthony Nunes.

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Three-year-old bay colt Don Almighty (Casual Trick – Eighteen Karat) made a winning start to his career with a easy win in the second of 11 races at Caymanas Park a short while ago.
Trained by leading conditioner Anthony Nunes and ridden by Linton Steadman, Don Almighty mixed it up with Beach Boy (Dane Nelson) for most of the six furlongs in the maiden three-year-old event and when they entered the straight took care of Beach Boy, pulling away to win by over four lengths beating in the end Bloodsweatandtears (Ruja Lahoe with Raw Liquid third.
The winning time for six furlongs was 1:14.3.

1 1 Don Almighty Linton Steadman 4-5 $98 $60
2 8 Bloodsweatandtears Ruja Lahoe 4-1 $84
3 5 Raw Liquid Kiaman McGregor 8-1 $89
4 3 Scoobert Simon Husbands 3-2
5 7 Beach Boy Dane Nelson 3-1
TRAINER: Anthony Nunes
LNS: # El Gringo
Splits:23.1 x 46.3 - Time: 1:14.3 - Margins: 4 1/2 x 1 1/4 - 8 RAN
Q:$419 T/Fecta:$373 Hi-5:$831
EX:$580 D/E:$1191

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