Stranger Dancer takes Ash Wednesday Trophy
Champion jockey Anthony Thomas rode two winners at Caymanas Park on Wednesday, opening the 11-race card with REASSURANCE at odds of 7-1 before piloting United States-bred STRANGER DANGER to an easy victory in the Ash Wednesday Trophy.
STRANGER DANGER won unchallenged against overnight allowance runners, romping the six-and-a-half furlong event for a fourth consecutive win, clocking 1:17.3.
Oneil Mullings also won two events, including division two of the maiden three-year-old event, at seven and a half furlongs, with the 8-5 second choice, SEBASTIAN, for Philip Feanny, outfinishing Linton Steadman aboard Adin Williams' LAYU KAWEN.
Mullings returned to land the ninth with even-money favourite REIGN OVER ALL at four furlongs straight.
Hakeem Pottinger, who won the fourth event astride Steven Todd's 3-2 chance, POWEROFGIVING, benefitted from Dane Nelson's fall, replacing the three-time former champion jockey aboard 5-1 shot, A SEH SOUP, to close the card at six and a half furlongs.
Racing continues at Caymanas Park on Saturday.