President of the Jamaica Taekwondo Federation, Conrad Jenkins, is now the only local Olympic style Taekwondo Grandmaster.On December 7 at the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) World Cup Taekwondo Team Championships in Mexico City, president of the WTF, Dr Chungwon Choue, together with Pan American Taekwondo Union (PATU) president, Grandmaster Ji Ho Choi, presented Jenkins with his Seventh Dan Black Belt certificate.In addition, on December 9 at the Sala de Armas ( Fencing Olympic Venue), Jenkins and Guillermo Rodriquez of Venezuela were jointly awarded best male referees, while Hee Young Kim of Korea was awarded best female referee. Male and female teams from Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Russia,Korea, China, Chinese Taipei, Iran, Ivory Coast, Mexico, USA and Belgium competed at the World Cup Taekwondo Team Championships in Mexico City.President of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), Mike Fennell, has congratulated Jenkins on achieving “this high distinction” while secretary general of the JOA, Christopher Samuda, remarked that he is not surprised as Jenkins has “consistently demonstrated his pedigree and credentials.”
Good day anticipated Waterhouse will play Arnett at 6 p.m., moving away from the earlier starts at home this season, and Young says it could work in his team’s favour. “We will get some more people to come to the game. It should be a good day to get the desired result – a win. We will treat every game as a final based on where we are in the Premier League standings,” he noted. “We will try to win as many games as we can but will be going at it one game at a time,” Young, who left a coaching job in the United States to be at Waterhouse, said. “I bring a certain amount of professionalism, and the players have bought into it,” he claimed. Young also disclosed that veteran Kevin Lamey, who was a prolific scorer for Waterhouse in the past, could be used this season as a player-coach. “Lamey is a part of the plans but will not be included against Arnett. He is an experienced striker and is helping to guide the young ones. He is in training.” Young said. Waterhouse FC’s technical director and senior team head coach, Paul Young, is aiming to start the New Year on a positive note when they host defending champions Arnett Gardens in the Red Stripe Premier League on Sunday. The Drewsland-based club is rooted at the bottom of the 12-team standings on 15 points from 18 games. Third-place Arnett Gardens are on 32 points, but despite the gap between the teams, a fierce contest is anticipated. Waterhouse started the season with Calvert Fitzgerald as coach, but he was quickly replaced by Anthony Patrick. Young, who took over the team on December 10, is yet to win after two games. Both ended in drawn results. With 15 games remaining in the preliminary stage, the former Reggae Boy striker believes he can move the team to safety first and a possible semi-final spot. “The effort is there at training every day. The attitude is good, and the team spirit is good, so I’m looking forward to good things on Sunday. It’s not that the players are not training because they are at the bottom of the league. The atmosphere is different,” Young told The Gleaner in an interview at the Red Stripe Premier League weekly press conference at Red Stripe yesterday.
New captain John Campbell is hoping for a change in fortunes when the Jamaica Scorpions meet title-hopefuls Barbados Pride in the eighth round of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Professional League at Sabina Park, beginning today. Parachuted into the leadership position last weekend following the axing of fellow opener, Paul Palmer Jr, Campbell lost his opening game in charge to Trinidad and Tobago Red Force by eight wickets. This followed another below average batting display by the Scorpions, who made 225 in their first innings and 155 in their second. “I would have loved to have started off with a win, but it didn’t happen,” said Campbell. “However, I have to try and put that behind me. We have three games left, and I am definitely looking forward to winning these three games.” Set for a 10 a.m. start, third-place Jamaica, on 60 points, will enter the contest with three wins, four defeats and a mere mathematical chance of winning the title. FOUR WINS This is in comparison to Barbados, who with four wins, two draws and a defeat, are second on 90 points, 17 off league leaders and title favourites Guyana Jaguars, with three rounds of matches to go. “We are not playing the best cricket at the moment, but I think we will get there,” stated Campbell, one of several batsmen in the team who is yet to score a century in 14 first class innings. Middle-order batsman Andre McCarthy, with a ton in the fourth round, is the only player to pass triple figures. “We definitely do have the talent inside the dressing room, but talent is not all; production is it. “It’s kind of hard to be positive when you’re not getting any runs, or you’re trying to survive. But we need to believe in ourselves some more,” Campbell stated. “We are playing for Jamaica, so we are good enough, and as such, need to look into ourselves. The Scorpions will enter the contest with three changes to their 13-man squad. This is after the Wavell Hinds-led selection panel dropped West Indies fast bowler, Sheldon Cottrell and young fast bowler Marquino Mindley; and left out Test batsman Jermaine Blackwood. According to the Jamaica Cricket Association, the latter has not fully recovered from an injury sustained against the Red Force. Replacing the trio are young batsman Brandon King, who was dropped after the team’s first two matches; Guyanese-born opener Trevon Griffith; and left-arm seamer Gavon Brown. Barbados, in the meantime, have brought their strongest available team, which includes West Indies opener Kraigg Brathwaite. The other West Indies players in the 13 are batsmen Jonathan Carter and Kyle Hope and Omar Phillips, wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich and left-arm spinner, Jomel Warrican. Exciting fast bowler, Miguel Cummins, who was drafted for West Indies recent tour of Australia but did not play, is also in the Barbados squad.
Coach of the Jamaica Under-17 girls, Lorne Donaldson, says the players must improve if they are to make it to the World Cup finals, in Jordan, next year.The young Reggae Girlz came through the first round of the CFU Under-17 women World Cup qualifiers in Suriname quite comfortably last week beating Barbados 2-1, hammering St Lucia 14-0, and then scored a 1-0 win over the home team.Speaking to the media after the team arrived at the Norman Manley International Airport on Monday, Donaldson described the tournament as challenging but thought the standard of the region’s teams is very low.However, he said the coaching staff continues to work on getting the team up to the appropriate level for the second round in Puerto Rico in November.”It was an average tournament. We are now working to raise the level of our play,” he commented.new thingsDonaldson claims they have taught a lot of new things to the girls and admitted that sometimes the learning curve can be lengthy and tedious. But apart from improving the current squad, he thinks they also need better players if they want to make a historical appearance at the World Cup.’We are trying to teach and it’s going to be a long learning process. It takes years and months for this to happen, as the learning curve is very steep and we just have to move fast and get better,” he added.Meanwhile, captain Rachel Walters described their final match against the host nation as nerve-wracking and said they had to dig deep for that result.”The Suriname crowd was like the 12th man out there and we were up against the whole nation, but we just went out and stuck to our game plan, and that made us victorious,” she added.
Sherone Simpson stormed through late to win the gold medal in the women’s 100 metres at the Pan American Games in Canada last night.It was Jamaica’s second track and field gold at the Games. On Tuesday, O’Dayne Richards won the men’s shot put.Simpson, who broke into tears when she saw the results, won in a season’s best 10.95 seconds ahead of Angella Tenora of Ecuador, 10.99 and American Barbara Pierre, third in 11.01.”This is unbelievable. I can’t believe this. I just went out there and ran my own race as I just focused on myself … and I want to give God thanks and the people who all supported me to make this a reality,” said Simpson.Jason Livermore was seventh in the men’s 100m final in 10.17 seconds. Canada’s AndrÈ Degrasse won in 10.06 seconds from Ramon Gittens of Barbados, 10.07, and Antoine Adams of St Kitts, 10.09.Earlier national long jump champion Demar Forbes, who had qualified for the final on the opening day, failed to report to the start of his event after twisting his ankle in the warm-up track. The United States took gold and silver. Jeff Henderson, aided by a positive wind of 4.1 metres per second, took the gold with 8.54 metres. Marquiise Goodman took silver with 8.27m, aided by a 4.5mps wind while Uruguay’s Emilino Lasa, 8.17m, was third.Kimora McDonald was eighth in the women’s 800m final in 2:04.37. Canada’s Melissa Bishop bagged gold in 1:59.62 from American Alysia Montano, 1:59.76, and Flavia Delino of Brazil, 2:00.40.Danniel Thomas heaved a personal best 17.76m in the shot put but was only good enough for fifth. Cleopatra Borel of Trinidad and Tobago won gold with 18.67m; American Jillian Camarena, 18.57m, was second with bronze going to Natalia Duco of Chile, 17.84m.In the early session on yesterday’s second day of competition, both Kimberly Williamson and Saniel Grier Atkinson were out of the medals in the women’s high jump final. Williamson cleared 1.88m for sixth, while Atkinson was ninth with a best of 1.80m.St Lucia’s Lavern Spencer, 1.94m, won gold. Priscilla Fredricks of Antigua and Barbuda, 1.91m and Akela Jones of Barbados, also, 1.91m, were second and third respectively.All six athletes who took the track in the morning session advanced to the finals of their events. In the women’s 400m, Anastasia Leroy finished fourth in her heat in 53.13 to qualify as one of the fastest losers while Chrisann Gordon finished third in her heat in 52.47 for automatic qualification. The final is slated for 6:10 pm today.With no Jamaican entries in the men’s 400m, it was the duo of Ricardo Cunningham and Jowayne Hibbert who took to the track in the semi-final round of the 800m. Cunningham finished third in heat one in 1:49.22 while in heat two, Hibbert was second in 1:49.22 as both advanced to today’s final which will get under way at 5:40 pm.Roxroy Cato and Leford Green, who are automatic qualifiers for Jamaica in the men’s 400 metres hurdles at next month’s World Championships in Beijing, both advanced easily to the final of their event. Cato finished second in his heat in 49.98, while Green won his heat in 50.51.
DEDICATED AWARD THREE of the nation’s top sporting personalities – football administrator Carvel Stewart, former Jamaica Cricket Association president Lyndel Wright, and former FIFA referee Peter Prendergast – have been recognised with the Order of Distinction (Officer Rank). The awards were announced yesterday by Governor General Sir Patrick Allen. The official ceremony is scheduled for Heroes Day, October 19. Stewart, who was recognised for long and commendable service to Jamaica’s construction industry and sports, says he appreciated the honour. “I would have to appreciate the award because I’m sure that there are many other candidates,” Stewart told The Gleaner yesterday. “In a formal way, I’ve been involved in football administration since 1972 with the formation of Harbour View Football Club. As a youth, it was before that time. I just love administration and will continue. I didn’t have things like this in mind,” the Harbour View FC chairman and vice-chairman of the Premier League Clubs Association said. Stewart is also president of the Incorporated Masterbuilders Association of Jamaica. Another awardee, Lyndel Wright, dedicated the award to Boys’ Town. “I must say thanks to those who consider my service to cricket over the years. This is for Boys’ Town and its founder, Father Hugh Sherlock,” Wright, a former Jamaica representative said. Wright was awarded for his invaluable contribution to development in the construction industry and sports, in particular cricket in Jamaica. Prendergast was also recognised for his invaluable contribution to the advancement of Jamaica’s football and refereeing. He is a former FIFA referee, and has performed duties at the CONCACAF Gold Cup, Olympics, FIFA World Cup, and Confederations Cup.
KINGSTON: Jamaica’s team will begin their departure today to defend their titles at the 2015 Caribbean Regional Badminton Confederation (CAREBACO) Championships to be held in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, from August 20-30. Jamaica hosted the 2014 staging and won both senior and junior team titles, along with 23 gold medals, 13 silver medals and 24 bronze medals in the senior and junior individual events. This year, Jamaica will be represented by a smaller contingent, but hopes remain high for a big medal haul. “This is a very strong team,” said David Thomas, Jamaica Badminton Association president. “The seniors and juniors are very strong. We were challenged last year and were victorious; we expect a very good performance from the team this year.” He added: “We have had good preparation, and the senior and juniors are coming from hard tournaments and training. I hope that all our representatives will carry their best performances to the tournament, both on and off the court, as they are our national representatives. The Under-19 boys and the technical director are scheduled to leave Jamaica today, while the rest of the team will follow on August 21 and August 24 for their respective events. The Jamaicans will compete in the Under-19 international event, senior and junior team events from August 24-26, and the individual junior events (Under-11, Under-13, Under-15, Under-17, and Under-19). The CAREBACO Open event is also on the team’s roster of engagements for the team that is sponsored by Mayberry Investments Limited. Senior team Gareth Henry, Jamaica’s number-one male player, who is sponsored by Olympic Solidarity through the Jamaica Olympic Association, is currently training in Malaysia and will be participating in the championships in both team and Open events. The other members of the senior team include Canada-based Dayvon Reid, Katherine Wynter and Ruth Williams, who all represented Jamaica at the recently concluded Pan Am Games in Toronto, Canada. The junior team representatives are Kenneth Anglin; Matthew Lee; Shaquille Palmer; Under-15 triple gold medallist Joel Angus; Alana Bailey, the Under-17 girl’s doubles and mixed doubles gold medallist; and Shezelle McTyson, the Under-15 and Under-17 triple gold medallist. They will also represent Jamaica in the junior individual events, along with players in the lower age groups, which also includes last year’s CAREBACO gold medallists, Taina Daley, Rhys and Zane Reid.
Entries for the richest ever race in the Eastern Caribbean, the $13.5 million Supreme Ventures Limited (SVL) Diamond Mile (grade one) to be run at Caymanas Park on Saturday, December 5, closed in the Racing Office on Wednesday afternoon with 26 hopefuls based on lifetime earnings. With the rich and prestigious Burger King Superstakes over 2000 metres scheduled to be run Saturday, November 14, the positioning of the horses based on earnings to date could change significantly in a few cases. The top 16 are PERFECT NEIGHBOUR (55.0kg) from the stables of champion trainer Wayne DaCosta; two-time Horse of the Year TYPEWRITER 55.0kg (trained by Spencer Chung); COMMANDING CHIEF 55.0 (Everal Francis); ALL CORRECT 55.0 (Wayne DaCosta); POTCHEEN 55.0 (Harry Parsard); the American horse UPPA TUNE 57.0kg (Harry Parsard); UNCLE TAF 55.0 (Solomon Sharpe); TRADITIONAL PRINCE 55.0 (Patrick Lynch); HOVER CRAFT 55.0 (Wayne DaCosta); Derby winner SEEKING MY DREAM 53.0 (Wayne DaCosta); TIME FORARMS 55.0 (Fitzroy Glispie); 2000 Guineas winner ALI BABA 53.0 (Wayne DaCosta); PETE’SWILDONE 57.0 (Harry Parsard); RACING PROSPECT 55 (Patrick Lynch); FORTUNEONEHUNDRED 57.0 (Wayne DaCosta); and the Richard Azan-trained FRANFIELD 55.0 completing the top 16. The also eligibles in order of earnings are CAMPESINO, CRUCIAL APPEAL, PHINEAS, MIRACLE STAR, PUDDY POOH, POKER STAR, BUZZ NIGHTMARE, SOUTHERN CRUISE, LONG RUNNNING TRAIN, and BIGBROWNGREYHOPE. Significantly, Wayne DaCosta, who is safely on course for a record 15th trainers’ title this season, which would surpass Hall of Famer Philip Feanny, has six horses in the top 16 along with POKER STAR in the also eligibles, while veteran trainer Harry Parsard has three in addition to LONG RUNNING TRAIN on the reserve list. Purse money will be paid to the top 10 past the post, an unprecedented move. The winner will receive a whopping $6.5 million, second $2.1 million, third $1.2 million, and fourth $754.000. Imported three-year-olds and up will carry 57.0kg, native-bred four-year-olds and up 55.0kg, native-bred three-year-olds 53.0kg. Fillies and mares are allowed a 2.0kg sex allowance.
CLASSIC HOPEFUL BIGDADDYKOOL found the going too hot to handle on his three-year-old debut at Caymanas Park yesterday, finishing a disappointing third behind JAMAI RAJA at a mile.Richard Azan-trained JAMAI RAJA ran out a four-and-a-half length winner at odds of 9-5, clocking 1:39.4, beating the filly BIRDCATCHER, a 9-1 long shot.BIGDADDYKOOL finished two-and-a-quarter lengths behind BIRDCATCHER, eased by jockey Shane Ellis approaching the last furlong.It was a dismal run by BIGDADDYKOOL, who had finished third in the Jamaica Two-Year-Old Stakes on Boxing Day, beating JAMAI RAJA out of sight at a mile.Sent off as the 1-5 favourite, BIGDADDYKOOL was slowly into stride as usual and tailed off at the half mile while JAMAI RAJA went in chase of STUNNER, who led from the start.JAMAI RAJA, treated with lasix for the first time and without his regular tongue strap, pounced on STUNNER coming off the home turn and stayed on strongly under jockey Dane Nelson, handing the three-time champion rider his second winner of the afternoon.Nelson opened the 11-race card with a win aboard 7-2 chance DWAYNE STAR, beating howling 1-5 favourite FORTUNEONEHUNDRED by seven and a half lengths.ACTION MAN made all with four-time champion jockey Omar Walker to romp the 1100-metre Howard Phillipps Memorial by six-and-a-half lengths.
Caymanas Park Results for November 30, 2016Track Condition : Dirt : GoodRace 1 1100 M (Purse $800,000) NB2-Y-O MAIDEN CONDITION RACE*1. #5 BILINGUAL LSteadman2 54.02. #3 SHE’S A LEGACY LAllen 52.5 1L3. #2 SILVER ROCKET HPottinger2 51.0 3-1/2L4. #4 MILAGRO SMuir 54.0 2-3/4LWIN: $72.00PLACE: $62.00, $114.00, $101.00Final Time : 1:07.0 Splits : 23.3, 47.0Winner : 2yo ch filly – FEARLESS VISION – ELECTRIFYINGTrainer : ANTHONY NUNES Owner : ELIAS HALOUTEBred by ELIAS HALOUTEQu: $299.00 Ex: $253.00Trifecta: $212.00Race 2 1600 M (Purse $560,000) NB4-Y-O & UP RESTRICTED ALLOWANCE IV(NW3)*1. #8 SCAR BebHarvey2 54.02. #2 FIERY PATH AndreePowell4 50.0 1-1/4L3. #10 SWEET DIMENSION SMuir 53.0 4-1/2L4. #9 TASHIE BABY HPottinger2 50.5 5LWIN: $81.00PLACE: $63.00, $138.00, $124.00Final Time : 1:40.3 Splits : 23.4, 47.0, 1:12.1Winner : 4yo ch colt – PERFORMING MAGIC out of LADY SARKA by LAKE CONISTONTrainer : PARCHMENT,WAYNE D Owner : WAYNE D PARCHMENTBred by EVERGLADES FARMS LTD.Qu: $972.00 Ex: $1,166.00D/E: $136.00Superfecta: $4,287.00ALTY McKENZIE MEMORIAL CUPRace 3 1600 M (Purse $560,000) 3-Y-O & UP CLM($350,0-$300,0)/NB5YO(NW3)*1. #4 JESSIE JAMES BebHarvey2 53.52. #1 NO MONEY FRIEND AChatrie 54.0 3L3. #7 PLAY STATION PParchment 53.5 2-1/4L4. #5 COMPUTERIZE OWalker 55.0 NeckLate scratch : #6 MINNIFFIAWIN: $102.00PLACE: $64.00, $114.00, $127.00Final Time : 1:41.3 Splits : 24.2, 47.1, 1:13.0,Winner : 8yo b horse – STORM CRAFT – JESSICATrainer : RYAN DARBY Owner : NADONBred by GEORGE MILESQu: $499.00 Ex: $298.00D/E: $195.00Superfecta: $1,917.00Rolling Triple: $447.00Race 4 1300 M (Purse $500,000) NB4-Y-O & UP MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT1. #10 GOFORHOME AntThomas4 49.02. #13 JAGRETEE LSteadman2 53.5 1/2L3. #7 CONNOR AndrePowell3 52.0 2L4. #1 ICE PRINCESS RLahoe 53.0 Sh.Head5. #8 BREEZY OEdwards3 50.0 1-3/4LLate scratch : #3 WISE JOHNNYWIN” $173.00PLACE: $74.00, $100.00, $304.00Final Time : 1:24.0 Splits : 23.1, 48.2, 1:15.4,Winner : 4yo ch filly – LEGAL PROCESS – SWEET JADETrainer : GARY GRIFFITHS Owner : GARY GRIFFITHSBred by PHILIP AZARQu: $564.00 Exacta: $985.00D/E: $554.00Trifecta: $4,579.00Hi-5: $67,398.50Rolling Triple: $775.00Race 5 2000 M (Purse $768,000) NB3YO(NW2)/IMP3YO&UP(MDN)-REST. ALL. II1. #7 DELIGHTFUL BRENDA OMullings 50.52. #1 ACAPULCO SMuir 52.5 Neck3. #5 OLD BRAETON RLahoe 52.0 2-1/4L*4. #6 DUSSELDORF BebHarvey2 53.0 1/2LWIN: $307.00PLACE: $112.00, $67.00, $64.00Final Time : 2:09.3 Splits : 25.4, 53.2, 1:17.2, 1:42.1Winner : 3yo b filly – STORM CRAFT – DOLLS’ DELIGHTTrainer : ROWAN MATHIE Owner : DSTL & ASSOCIATESBred by DESMOND LEWISQu: $731.00 Ex: $1,231.00D/E: $899.00Trifecta: $1,622.00Rolling Triple: $5,267.00Race 6 1300 M (Purse $530,000) NB4-Y-O & UP RESTRICTED ALLOWANCE V(NW2) – F&M1. #5 QUICK CHIC JPatterson2 50.02. #3 FREE RANGE BebHarvey2 52.5 1/2L3. #4 CHEXIMAKIT PFrancis 53.0 1-1/2L4. #8 PARTY CITY RLahoe 52.5 1-1/4L*5. #13 QUEENOFSAINTROSE SMuir 54.0 1LLate scratch : #6 ROSY PARKSWIN: $347.00PLACE: $269.00, $80.00, $259.00Final Time : 1:22.4 Splits : 24.0, 47.4, 1:14.3,Winner : 4yo gr filly – HE’STHEREALTHING – RACING MACHINETrainer : JOHNNY WILMOT Owner : SYDNEY ROMANBred by ELIZABETH DACOSTAQu: $627.00 Ex: $1,432.00D/E: $4,361.00Trifecta: $3,208.00Hi-5: $14,275.00Rolling Triple: $25,893.00Pick-4: $125,000.00Super-6: $52,924.90Race 7 1000 M (S) (Purse $500,000) 4YO&UP CLM($180,0)-NOT EARNED $120,0 SINCE JULY 29.1. #11 REIGN OVER ALL OWalker 53.02. #1 RULES OF THE CAT RLahoe 55.0 11-1/2L*3. #8 UNCLE G JPatterson2 50.0 3/4L4. #7 MAGIC CITY WHenry 51.0 1-3/4LWIN: $183.00PLACE: $84.00, $146.00, $162.00Final Time : 1:00.0 Splits : 23.0, 46.1Winner : 6yo b horse – OUTRIGGER – REIGNING HEROINETrainer : RENEX BURRELL Owner : RENEX BURRELLBred by HAM STABLES LTD.Qu: $3,763.00 Ex: $4,785.00D/E: $792.00Superfecta: $11,160.00Rolling Triple: $24,964.00Race 8 1000 M (S) (Purse $768,000) NB3-Y-O MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT (DIV.I)1. #12 BIG AL JPatterson2 52.02. #14 SON OF TAQARUB JInnis3 51.0 3L3. #8 SHARP SKIRT PFrancis 52.0 3/4L4. #3 PHOTOGENIC BebHarvey2 52.5 Sh.Head5. #13 PERFECT ASSET OWalker 53.0 1-3/4LLate scratch : #10 YOUR HEARTBEAT, #15 TWILIGHT PRINCESSWIN: $193.00PLACE: $91.00, $293.00, $194.00Final Time : 0:59.4 Splits : 23.1, 46.2,Winner : 3yo ch colt – MARKET RALLY – HONEYOFALADYTrainer : DWIGHT CHEN Owner : DWIGHT CHENBred by DWIGHT CHEN & DENNIS CHIN-YOUQu: $3,284.00 Exacta: $4,735.00D/E: $1,179.00 (11-10) $173.00 (11-15) $293.00Trifecta: $18,379.00Hi-5: $79,599.00Rolling Triple: $12,405.00Race 9 1100 M (Purse $780,000) 3-Y-O & UP OVERNIGHT ALLOWANCE*1. #8 ROYAL ASSAULT LSteadman2 53.52. #3 TALENTED TONY K BebHarvey2 52.5 1-1/4L3. #7 ROYAL VIBES JErwin 53.0 1-1/4L4. #2 LADY SHANKARI JPatterson2 48.5 2-1/2LWIN: $102.00PLACE: $57.00, $140.00, $136.00Final Time : 1:05.0 Splits : 22.2, 45.0Winner : 4yo ch colt – BLUE PEPSI LODGE – MAYKEN JOYTrainer : ANTHONY NUNES Owner : DEBORAH NUNES-BOORMAN & TARA NUNES & S.NARINESINGH & E. HALOUTEBred by MARK H. A CROSKERYQu: $433.00 Ex: $724.00D/E: $501.00Superfecta: $2,852.00Rolling Triple: $2,694.00Race 10 1000 M (S) (Purse $768,000) NB3-Y-O MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT (DIV.II)1. #16 CODED CITIZEN HLewis 52.02. #4 SURE STEP AntThomas4 50.0 Head3. #15 JASON’S GOLD HPottinger2 50.5 Neck4. #14 SMASH AMUSEMENT JPatterson2 50.0 1-1/4L5. #11 BUCKALUCK PFrancis 52.0 NeckLate scratch : #1 RAMONA, #10 DANGOWIN: $1319.00PLACE: $202.00, $301.00, $360.00Final Time : 1:00.3 Splits : 23.2, 46.3, ,Winner : 3yo b filly – CODED WARNING – GOOD CITIZENTrainer : CARL ANDERSON Owner : CARL ANDERSONBred by CARL ANDERSONQu: $15,956.00 Ex: $54,667.00D/E: $8,136.00 (8-1) $91.00Trifecta: $51,308.00Hi-5 Carry-over : $115,631.75Rolling Triple: $48,913.00Pick-4: $239,624.00 (4 OF 4)Super-6: $13,909.80 (5 OF 6) Carry-over : $1,210,156.35Pick-9: $152,644.50 (8 OF 9); $1,590.00 (7 OF 9)Carry-over : $4,400,342.10PlacePot 8 : Carry-over : $294,960.00