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GROUP OF COMPANIES
Caribbean Development Company Limited, a subsidiary of the ANSA McAL Group of
Companies, is seeking suitably quali ed applicants to ll the vacancy of Head of Brewing &
SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
To develop and manage all areas of the manufacturing operations, including brewing, utilities,
quality, bottling production and maintenance to achieve business goals and imperatives.
To manage the operational performance, asset care and reliability, brewing scheduling,
manufacturing systems and capital projects management. To ensure that products are of a high
quality, brewed to speci cation and manufactured in a cost e ective manner through maximizing
operational e ciency.
Minimum Quali cations/Competencies Required:
Undergraduate degree in Brewing Technology, Microbiology /Food Science, Chemistry or
Post Graduate certi cation in Brewing & Distilling
Minimum of 15 years progressive experience in a Brewing/Manufacturing Industry
Strong skills in technical aspects of manufacturing, brewing, distilling, quality control and
leadership, consistent with world class manufacturing standards
In depth knowledge of Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), Value Steam Mapping (VSM),
Visual Factory (VF), Overall Equipment E ectiveness (OEE) and Six Sigma preferred
Prior experience in managing multi-million dollars capital projects
An attractive compensation package inclusive of Incentives and Group bene ts is being o ered to
the successful candidate.
Interested individuals should submit their resumes to
e Human Resource Manager
P.O. Box 178, PORT OF SPAIN
Applicants are also requested to submit a copy of their resume to the
Chief Manpower O cer,
Ministry of Labour,
Level 9, Riverside Plaza, POS
HEAD OF BREWING & MANUFACTURING
won the Preakness Stakes in dramatic
fashion yesterday to keep alive his bid
for US horse racing s first Triple
Crown since 1978.
As a follow-up to his victory in the
Kentucky Derby, trainer Art Sherman s
horse justified his stature as the over-
whelming favourite by outrunning Ride
On Curlin to the finish.
It was the first Preakness victory for
the 77-year-old trainer. California
Chrome has won six straight races.
The chestnut colt covered the 1.18
mile (1,900-metre) course in 1:54.84.
With Victor Espinoza in the saddle,
California Chrome stayed off the pace
in third place before kicking into another
gear to storm in front.
"It s an awesome feeling," Espinoza
said. "It was just a crazy race. I got
more tired mentally than physically. I
see another horse go to the front. I was
going to sit second...I sit back, as soon
as the other horse got clear of me, it
worked out perfect."
Although Ride On Curlin was strong
at the finish, he didn t have enough to
catch the winner.
California Chrome paid $3 and $2.40.
Ride On Curlin returned $5.60 and
$3.80. Social Inclusion, who went off
as the second favourite at 5-1, returned
General a Rod was fourth and Ring
Weekend took fifth.
California Chrome is the first Cal-
ifornia-bred horse to win the Preakness
since Snow Chief in 1986.
With a victory in the Belmont on
June 7, California Chrome will become
the 12th Triple Crown winner and the
first since Affirmed. Since 1978, 11 hors-
es have won the Kentucky Derby and
the Preakness, but failed to win Bel-
Patrick Husbands and Juan Crawford
picked up wins on Friday s nine-race
card at Woodbine in Cananda.
Husbands, a six-time champion
jockey at the Toronto oval, captured
race seven aboard 3-1 chance Duppy
Conqueror, while Crawford took race
nine with 10-1 outsider Shackleton
They lie at opposite ends of the jock-
eys standings, however. Husbands
occupies second with 18 wins, six adrift
of leader and three-time defending
champion Luis Contreras.
Crawford, meanwhile, has just four
wins from 41 rides this season and
languishes down the standings.
Husbands, seeking to make up for
his disappointing injury-hit season last
year, kicked off his success over six
furlongs for the three-year-olds and
upward fillies and mares.
Tsunami Surreal led through the first
quarter but Husbands forced the pace
with Duppy Conqueror, with Gia Scala
Husbands engaged the leader on the
turn before grabbing the lead in the
stretch and getting clear to win by 5-
In race nine also over six furlongs,
Crawford settled Shackleton Hill mid-
pack as Crowns Dynasty whipped the
field through the first quarter in a hasty
21.83 seconds, to open up a five-length
Crawford got the six-year-old bay
gelding three-wide on the turn and
chased in the stretch, collaring the
leader with a furlong to run and reach-
ing the wire four lengths clear. (CMC)
successful on Friday card
California Chrome, ridden by jockey Victor Espinoza, wins the 139th Preakness Stakes horse race at Pimlico
Race Course, yesterday, in Baltimore. AP PHOTO
Damario Bynoe continued his impressive
start to his international career when he
produced a double at Northlands Park
in Canada on Friday.
The 22-year-old, who arrived here last
month for his first stint outside of Barbados,
captured race six with 6-1 chance Undo
It and returned in race seven to cross the
wire first with 3-1 bet Take a Hit. Bynoe,
the 2013 champion apprentice in Barbados,
has three wins from 17 rides this season.
Surprisingly, there was just one win on
the eight-race card for three-time defending
champion, Barbadian Rico Walcott, who
won race four over six furlongs with 3-1
Bynoe, however, grabbed the headlines
with two handsome rides. Going six fur-
longs in race six for the three-year-olds
and upward fillies and mares, Bynoe pro-
duced a clinical ride with Undo It to win
by 1-1/2 lengths.
The pair stalked pace-setter Boundary
Creek in the early stages before duelling
on the backstretch and getting to the front
on the final turn. Bynoe then kept the five-
year-old bay mare focussed in the final
yards to be well clear of his nearest chal-
Bynoe was in the winners enclosure one
race later when he made all the running
with the four-year-old brown filly Take a
Bynoe shines with
double at Northlands
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