Saturday 11 July, 2020

Wow Wow too good for rivals in Cash Pot Trophy

WOW WOW slammed rivals by eight lengths in Saturday's Cash Pot Trophy his fifth straight win, an easy victory in the first leg of the three-race Supreme Ventures Limited Two-Year-Old Series.

WOW WOW, partnered by Ameth Robles, clocked 1:12.3 for the six-furlong event ahead of next month's seven-furlong Pick-3 Super Challenge and December's Jamaica Two-Year-Old Stakes at a mile.

Meanwhile, back-to-back disqualifications on the 10-race card helped trainer Michael Marlowe to a three-timer and Prince Holder to back-to-back winners after they had teamed up to land the fourth race with 3-1 chance LEEKOUT.

Holder benefitted from K J EXPRESS' disqualification at five furlongs round, closing strongly against the rail with Patrick Lynch's 11-1 outsider, LALA DIVA, who was awarded the event after the stewards ruled on an infringement at the half-mile.

Ironically, 5-1 chance, K J EXPRESS, partnered by the leading rider, Christopher Mamdeen, was adjudged to have hindered his stablemate, KALAHARI, and taken out of the frame, costing Anthony Nunes a win in his stakes race with champion Wayne DaCosta.

After Holder's stroke of luck in the fifth, it was Marlowe's turn to benefit from a stewards' enquiry, his CAT'S RIGGER awarded the sixth after being repeatedly hindered by ICTUS in their battle at five furlongs straight.

Marlowe completed his first-ever three-timer at Caymanas Park with 5-2 chance, NUCLEAR DAN DADA, in the 10th event, partnered by apprentice Daniel Satchell, who was also aboard CAT'S RIGGER.

Omar Walker also rode two winners, 3-1 chance UNION FOUR in the third and 3-5 favourite, LADY BLUE, for DaCosta.

Racing continues at Caymanas Park on Saturday.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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