Tuesday 24 November, 2020

Wong Don wins by a neck

File photo of horse racing at Caymanas Park.

File photo of horse racing at Caymanas Park.

PATRICK Fong's WONG DON forced his way between BIMINI (9-1) and POLLY B  (26-1) a half-furlong out to beat SARAH LEE by a neck in Saturday's 1100-metre overnight allowance sprint at Caymanas Park.

Fong had earlier landed 3-1 chance PRINCESS KAVEL in the fourth at 1500 metres, joining Anthony Nunes and Gary Subratie with two winners on the 11-race card.

Subratie's SUBBIE closed strongly inside the last half-furlong to narrowly beat WINTER IS COMING and BLUE TRADITION in a three-way photo at a mile in the fifth.

His second winner was 7-2 chance NUCLEAR FLIGHT, who easily beat maiden three year olds by nine and a half lengths at 1000 metres straight in a decent 1:00.1.

Nunes' winners were RUNALLDAY (5-1) and SHE'S SYMBOLIC (6-5), in the sixth and 11th races, respectively.

RUNALLDAY was the second of three winners for the day's leading rider, Wesley Henry, who opened the card astride 3-2 favourite ALL CORRECT and closed his three-timer with Subratie's NUCLEAR FLIGHT.

Racing continues at Caymanas Park on Wednesday.

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