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Easter meet at Nevis race track draws year's biggest crowd
Published on April 24, 2014 Email To Friend    Print Version

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Julian Walters aboard Osuna

By Curtis Morton
Caribbean News Now contributor

It was easily the biggest crowd of the year, as hundreds of patrons turned up to witness the Easter horse race meet at the Indian Castle race track in Nevis on Sunday. This included several boatloads of racing fans from St Kitts.

Race number four on the cards easily attracted the most attention as it included the indomitable Mr Big Pepe who had been off on sick leave for a few races.

The big question was: Was he fully recovered and how would he run on the big day?

The powerful horse held its own for most of the race, skillfully ridden by veteran Brem Liburd, but as the horses took the final bend, it was obvious that Osuna ridden by Julian Walters was holding a decisive lead. It was also obvious that Mr Big Pepe was going to suffer a rare defeat and so Liburd did not push him to the finish, settling for second place.

All of the other races also created much excitement for the crowd.

Summary of Races

Race One
1st Grey Ghost --Jockey: Nigel Norford
2nd Arabian Prince
3rd All Eyes On Me

Race Two
1st Lady Pleasure -- Jockey: Patrick Howell
2nd Sheik Sung
3rd Gottogetarythym

Race Three
1st Anarco -- Jockey: Julian Walters
2nd Obama
3rd Big Everytime
4th Rosman

Race Four
1st Osuna -- Jockey: Julian Walters
2nd Mr Big Pepe
3rd Dominquero
4th Lowette’s Hill

Race Five
1st Hawley’s Wildfire
2nd Lady Boss
3rd Shaken Shay
4th Primavera
 
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