Nand Persaud Group of Companies gears up for November 3 “All Races Are Classic”

…CEO optimistic about event

As horse racing season is in full force, fanatics will be able to witness “The All Races Are Classic”, as Sky Plus Inc presents its ninth horse racing event on November 3, 2019 at the company’s racing facility at Macedonia Estate, Number 36 Village, Corentyne, Berbice.
In an interview with Guyana Times Sport Nand Persaud Group of Companies Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Mohindra Persaud said, “The date that we have chosen for this event is one of good timing for the region as they are about to finish their crops for the season. This means that there will be a break for the farming community. The horses are eager to race, as we are confident that we will have an excellent turnout. What makes us a standout as compared to many grounds is that we have an excellent facility which is always kept clean, provide top entertainment and food, and most importantly, we ensure that all rules are adhered to.”
This event will feature racing in seven categories as Guyana’s top horses battle for supremacy over 880 and 660 yards, with more than $1 million in cash, trophies, and other incentives up for grabs.
The feature event will be for horses classified G3 and Lower, and will be run over 880 yards, or four furlongs, for a winning purse of $225,000 and a trophy.
There is an event for the H3 Maiden & Guyana Bred Open, which will race over 660 yards, or three furlongs, for a winning take of $200,000 and a trophy.
The event for animals 2 Years Guyana Bred Maiden will be run over three furlongs for a take=home prize of $150,000 and a trophy.
There is an event for animals classified J and Lower, which will be run over four furlongs for a winning take of $150,000 and a trophy.
There are two L Class races to be run over three furlongs. One is strictly for stallions and the other is strictly for mares, and both carry a winning prize of $100,000 and a trophy. The other event labelled as the 4th & Below from races 5 and 6 will see the animals competing over three furlongs for a winner’s prize of $100,000 and a trophy.
The champion jockey, trainer and stable will all be rewarded with trophies and other incentives, compliments of Ramesh Sunich of the Trophy Stall.
Persons interested in entering animals in these races are invited to contact Mohini on 600-4728, or Amanda on 618-5966.
Boasting the only horseracing facility where the horses run in a straight line from start to finish, the Nand Persaud Group of Companies has the complete package: racing track, promotional group, race horses, and stables. The company also imports, produces, and sells feed.
This event is being promoted through Sky Plus Inc promotion group.