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Glen Mohammed

THE DATE for the Trinidad Derby has been revised for a second time by the Arima Race Club (ARC).

THE GUINEAS has finally found a date with history. It will now take the place of Trinidad Derby Stakes which is traditionally staged on September 24 at Santa Rosa Park.

As mentioned yesterday, fined without a hearing, I decided to challenge the decision handed down by then Trinidad and Tobago Racing Authority (TTRA) chairman George Bovell. And the fallout from that fine brought out my journalistic career.

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THE JOURNEY of life will always continue, but I have reached the finish line at the Trinidad Express after 20 years of covering local horse racing.

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NATIVE-BRED three-year-olds outnumber the Jamaica-bred horses, after the fourth nomination stage for the running of this year’s 1,800-metre Guineas, which will be run off at Santa Rosa Park on August 1.

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HORSEMEN were taken back in time by as much as 27 years with the prize money offered to them upon the restart of the sport of horse racing last Saturday, June 27. The back in time comparison is based on an extract for races held on July 31 1993 by the Trinidad Turf Club (TTC) at the Queen’s Park Savannah for the lowest class, G2 maidens and G2 horses. The purse was $10,000 made up of $8,500 and $1,500 points money. The first prize was $5,870, and the entry fee was $53.

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BELLA RIVA stretched her unbeaten run to a “Hi-5” in the curtain event of the restart to local horse racing yesterday at Santa Rosa Park.

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