Trophy Stall on board for Sprint Classic Horse Race meet
The Trophy Stall at Bourda Market, which is one of the leading trophy and engraving entities in Guyana, continues to make good on its many promises.
The entity with outlets now in Bourda Market, City Mall and South Road, through its Managing Director, Ramesh Sunich, has made a significant contribution to the Nand Persaud Karibee Rice Mega Sprint Classic Horse Race meet, which is slated for this Sunday. The event, which is organised by the company’s Sky Plus Promotion Group, is slated for the company’s Number 36 Village, Macedonia Estate, Corentyne, Berbice racing facility.
The Trophy Stall has consented to donate the Champion Jockey and Champion Trainer trophies along with other incentives for other outstanding participants on the day.
There are seven races carded for the day with over $4 million in cash, trophies and other incentives up for the taking. The event will see the horses running in a straight line on Guyana’s only grass track.
So far, over 40 horses have been entered, and a number of other sponsors are on board. Among them are ANSA McAL under its Stag Beer brand, Republic Bank, Jumbo Jet Auto Sales, NTN, Prem’s, retired jockey Abdul Latiff, and businessmen Deo Persaud, Jaikaran Sergobin and Jaikishan Persaud among others.
The feature is for animals classified D and lower over four furlongs for a winning purse of $400,000 and trophy, which will see the likes of TNT and Isn’t She Charming powering for the attractive purse.
The other events are for horses classified H and Lower for a take-home prize of $260,000 and a trophy over three furlongs.
The race for three-year-old animals has a winning purse of $200,000 and a trophy; it will be over a distance of three furlongs while the two-year-old animals will race for four furlongs with a top prize of $200,000 and a trophy.
The K Class and Lower animals will have at stake a first prize of $140,000 and a trophy over three furlongs.
There is an event for male animals classified L and Lower over a distance of over four furlongs. The top prize will be $100,000 and a trophy while the L class event for female horses over three furlongs also has a first prize of $100,000 and a trophy. (Andrew Carmichael)