Interview With Robert Halledeen, Ian Parsard After Win By Mahogany

Mahogany - Robert Halledeen
Mahogany - Robert Halledeen

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Post-race interviews by jockey Robert Halledeen and trainer Ian Parsard following the win in the Port Royal Sprint by Mahogany.



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  1. The most nonsense condition for the most important race from the diamond mile days they have this nonsense about earnings to enter all they had to do was tell the racing secretary to have a mile race in every month from August to the first week in November the fastest 12 horses automatic entry if the track is considered fast the time will be elevated by 1 second all horses will have between 115 to 126 lbs what is so hard in that a primary school student could come up with that solution people don't come to see who earns the most they want to see the best horse over a mile that's the fairest way to go about this race

    1. I agree going forward, changes have to be made as with any system. However for 2023, everyone knew the rules. It is not wise to change when the rules are accepted before hand. Next sure, agreed changes can be made.

  2. Those conditions for that type of race was there from the diamond mile days when the late Chris amond implemented them they never made sense to me then and they still don't how they continue with those conditions is beyond me it was never a fair situation

  3. Who are the top earning horses presently that qualifies for the Mouttet Mile based on the pre-conditions documented?
    Are earnings in the Classic races taken into consideration?

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