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77 entered for
Seventy-seven (77) horses took en-
try for the Arima Race Club (ARC)
"Friday Evening Lime" at Santa Rosa
The feature event on the eight race card
is the imported three-year-old and over
maidens and West Indies bred three-
year-old and over horses rated 75-50
racing over a distance of 1,500 metres
on the turf.
The $41,225 purse event has attracted
a field of six headed by top-weight Trini
Angel. Others in the event include Black
Onyx, Sweet Genius, Howsweetitis which
is returning from a lay-off. The Tactician
and Reggae Rhythm are the rest.
This event is a wide open contest and
any of the four runners look capable of
taking the first prize cheque.
Post time is 1.30 pm.
Here are the declared runners, riders
and weight for Day 10 of the ARC racing
R1: 1.15 PM - THE JUNIOR CALYPSO MONARCH - THE SHERVONNE
RODNEY TROPHY NATIVE BRED 4 YO & OVER MAIDENS HANDI-
CAP 40-25 - 1,200M - $27,200
Spicy Lou J Boodramsing 53; A Fleeing Moment N Mohammed 53;
Whole Lotta Love P Badrie 55.5; Ezee Breezy D Butcher 45.5; Glorious
Gold RHernandez 56.5; Man Of Fire B Boodramsing 57.
R2: 1.45 PM - THE JUNIOR BAND OF THE YEAR LIGHT IT UP THE
CLASSIX PRODUCTIONS TROPHY IMPORTED 3 YO & OVER MAID-
ENS & WI BRED 3 YO & OVER HORSES RATED 75-50 HANDICAP
- 1,500M (TURF) - $41,225
Black Onyx D Khelawan 56.5; Sweet Genius P Badrie 53; Howsweetitis
B Boodramsing 56; The Tactician R Ali 55.5; Trini Angel S Rodrigo 57;
Reggae Rhythm K Razack 49.
R3: 2.20 PM - THE EXTEMPO - THE WINSTON "GYPSY" PETERS
TROPHY HANDICAP 3 YO & OVER HORSES RATED 20-0 - 1,200M
Wonder Girl O Mohammed 54.5; She Is A Princess J Reyes 57; Language
Of Love N Samaroo 57; Southern Express L Keizer 55.5; Theradioan-
nouncers Ri Hernandez 57; Luminary D Khelawan 56; Poppy Love K
Khelawan 57; Izdihar S Rodrigo 56; Kentucky Women B Boodramsing
R4: 2.55 PM - THE BAND OF THE YEAR - THE RONNIE & CARO
TROPHY HANDICAP 3 YO & OVER HORSES RATED 40-25 - 1,200M
San Antonio R Ali 55.5; Precise Moment K Khelawan 57; Al Kahina
A Poon 54.5; Jesse's Girl A Giron 56; Sorayah L Keizer 53; Delightful
S Rodrigo 57; Naughty N Nice R Balgobin 54.5; Glorify P Badrie 57.
R5: 2.55 PM - THE KING OF CARNIVAL - THE TEDDY EUSTACE
TROPHY HANDICAP 3 YO & OVER HORSES RATED 30-0 - 1,350M
Angelobluz R Thomas 57; Helena's Pride D Butcher 56; Sitar L Keizer
56.5; Fleet Admiral P Badie 56.5; Intangibility S Rodrigo 57; U Crazy
Diamond J Reyes 57; Seal The Deal LC Seecharan 55; Private Enterprise
D Gopie 57; Best Defence KN Balgobin 56; Military Man O Mohammed
48.5; Little John R Balgobin 54.5; Pretty Cool K Balgobin 56; Always
Ready J Boodramsing 54; Veins Of God B Boodramsing 55.5.
R6: 4.10 PM - THE QUEEN OF CARNIVAL - THE KRYSTAL THOMAS
TROPHY WI BRED 3 YO MAIDENS HANDICAP - 1,500M (TURF)
Final Notice A Poon 57; Just Irish R Balgobin 51; Infidelity B Boodrams-
ing 51; Big In Class A Giron 51; Saint Rhonda R Thomas 51; Sahara
RiHernandez 51; Infortheglory LC Seecharan 49; Money Matters J
Boodramsing 50; Red Moon P Badrie 49; Pepper R Hasranah 49; Il-
legal Prince N Samaroo 54; The Verdict N Mohammed 54; Seraph L
R7: 4.05 PM - THE CALYPSO MONARCH - THE DR. HOLLIS "CHALK-
DUST" LIVERPOOL TROPHY HANDICAP 3 YO & OVER HORSES
RATED 60-45 - 1,500M (TURF) - $34,000
Why Kapalua L Keizer 55.5; Madiba B Boodramsing 57; Against The
Odds W Galviz 55; Cramers Rule J Boodramsing 56; Electrify N Mo-
hammed 57; Royal Empire N Samaroo 55.5; Red River R Balgobin 57;
Tiger's Eye P Badrie 54.5; Mafia Man K Khelawan 55.5; Indy Anna
Baby Y Serrano 56.
R8: 5.25 PM - THE PANORAMA CHAMPION - THE MASSY TRINIDAD
ALL STARS TROPHY HANDICAP 3 YO & OVER HORSES RATED
50-35 - 1,750M - $31,940
Discouldrun Y Serrano 47; Fast 'N' Furious S Rodrigo 56.5; Just Honest
RiHernandez 53; Trovatore K Khelawan 56.5; Jacob's Dream R Her-
nandez 54; Single Bullet A Giron 57; Consideritdone R Ali 55; Country
Boy J Boodramsing 53.5; Eat My Dust B Boodramsing 55.5; Colonial
Cat D Khelawan 55.5; Tonithetiger L Keizer 52.5.
inburgh looks a
solid part of our
ble today in the
over seven fur-
longs of Ling-
this Surrey venue stages a seven-race programme in
tandem with a 'sixer' on Southwell fibresand which
should be ideal for consistent, hitherto luckless vet-
eran Roy's Legacy.
Three flat meetings, the opening of our 2017 turf
season on Saturday and so many will welcome the
alternative code having laboured through form on
'heavy' ground at various National Hunt venues. It's
been a tough winter, for them!
We alerted readers to the folly of betting jumpers
seriously inaccurate race-times and desperate sur-
faces were two good reasons not to raise stakes and,
hopefully, you remain 'in front' due to specialising
with our daily patent.
I'll never tire of reminding you of pitfalls, that's
my job, to look after your pennies and let the pounds
take care of themselves. Spiritofedinburgh certainly
ticks enough boxes and if there isn't a non-runner
is guaranteed one of three places under Fran Berry,
booked again by trainer, Brendan Powell.
'Spirit' has plenty of experience, ran five times as
a two-year-old and Fran was aboard twice, once in
a handicap, which is significant.
Obvious danger is likely-favourite, Hamdan Al
Maktoum-owned Hajjam but William Knight's twice-
raced charge is blinkered for the first time, why?
Roy's Legacy, one of six 'decs' for an 'aged' hand-
icap over five furlongs, ran a cracker five days ago,
extraordinary effort in fact given this wonderful
eight-year-old was drawn wide, nearly in the car park.
As is customary Roy's Legacy hit the gate, made
the running but the effort of 'doing it at both ends'
proved too much when cruelly collared in the last
Handicap experience might just prove an advantage
for Waves in the six-runner Maiden Stakes over six
furlongs; close second 'best-in' and strongly fancied.
The portents are strong.
Hope you all took a hefty 'Chunk' out of the first
winner at Plumpton, Monday; now that was a proper
bet at odds-against but runner-up, Ruwasi, must be
noted 'next time!'
Frankel son and Derby entrant
Count Octave off the mark
Count Octave, a well-related son of Frankel who
holds an engagement in the Investec Derby, got off
the mark in the style of a promising performer at
Third on his sole outing as a two-year-old at Good-
wood in October, the Andrew Balding-trained colt
---a half-brother to Treasure Beach, who was beaten
a head by Pour Moi in the 2011 running of the Epsom
Classic---was sent off the 30-100 favourite in the Be-
tway Maiden Stakes over a mile and a half.
Utopian Dream kept him honest down the straight
with the pair well clear, but David Probert only really
needed hands and heels as his mount ran out a cosy
David Redvers, racing manager for owners Qatar
Racing, said: "You never really know what you have
got with these middle-distance types until they are
on the track, but that looked a very nice performance.
"Obviously we will be guided by Andrew and where
he wants to go. We think he's a very nice horse, but
whether he is a Derby horse, only time will tell.
"He certainly has the right pedigree and that was
an impressive seasonal debut and we are on track."
Rocket Princess with jockey Nela Mohammmed flies to the winning pole all by herself to win
the Handicap 3 Y.0. & Over Horses Rated 45-30 going 1,350 metres in Race 5 at Santa Rosa
Park, Arima, on Saturday. (Day 9). PHOTO: RALPH BANWARIE
Under: (Last Wednesday)
10.30 am........................... 15-5
1 pm .................................15-19
4 pm ......................................8-7
6.30 pm......................... 27-10
PICK TWO SELECTIONS
4, 10, 12, 14, 15
20 (Dog) 10.30 am
11 (Corbeau) 4 pm
TODAY'S STAR BETS
2 (Old Lady)
27 (Little Snake)
34 (Blind Man)
29 (Opium Man)
LAST DRAW: TUESDAY
WHEN DE MARK BUSS Wednesday, March 29, 2017
4 6.30 pm
14 (Money) 6.30 pm
33 (Spider) 1 pm
Times played this year
10.30am 1pm 4pm 6.30pmTotal
02 OLD LADY
04 DEAD MAN
05PARSONMAN 1 4 4 3 12
15SICKWOMAN2 3 1 1
18WATERBOAT 4 2 2 3 11
Times played this year
10.30am 1pm 4pm 6.30pmTotal
27 LITTLESNAKE 0 4 0 2
28 RED FISH
29OPIUMMAN 3 2 0 3
30HOUSECAT 2 1 3 0
31PARSONWIFE2 3 3 5 13
34 BLIND MAN
35 BIG SNAKE
Lingfield, 12.20 Spiritofedinburgh
Southwell, 11.30 Waves (e.w); 1.00
Roy's Legacy (e.w).
DAY 10 ENTRIES
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