Will In Charge takes Prime Minister's Stakes
WILL IN CHARGE, the 4-5 favourite, made Saturday's 10-furlong Prime Minister's Stakes look like an exercise gallop at Caymanas Park, making all the running with Robert Halledeen, easily beating SUPERLUMINAL and PERFECT NEIGHBOUR.
Carrying topweight 126lb, Robert Pearson's chestnut horse was eased close home by Halledeen, winning in a moderate time of 2:08.0 as the lone speed in the graded stakes race.
Meanwhile, 3-5 favourite ANOTHER BULLET was also an easy winner of the six-and-a-half furlong Seek Exercise Book co-feature, swooping down on WONG DON and JAMAI RAJA coming off the home turn.
Pushed out by Dick Cardenas, the six-year-old horse moved away to win in 1:19.1 ahead of UNCLE FRANK.
WILL IN CHARGE completed a two-timer for Cardenas, who opened his account in the second event astride Anthony Nunes' 1-9 favourite, KALAHARI, the second consecutive winner for the trainer after he opened the 10-race card with another 1-9 favourite, ICE COLD.
Racing continues at Caymanas Park on Sunday.