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Something Extra | Friday

Published:Friday | July 21, 2017 | 12:00 AM
Carolyn Bolt-Nicholas (left at forefront), acting vice-president, human resources and administration, Supreme Ventures Limited (SVL) Group, presents the trophy for winning trainer to Elizabeth, wife of champion trainer Wayne DaCosta, whose SHE’S A MANEATER won last Saturday’s Jamaica St Leger to complete the Triple Crown at Caymanas Park. Looking on in the background, (from left), are Paul Hoo, chairman, Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment Limited (SVREL); Brando Hayden, chief operating officer SVREL (partly hidden); Simone Clarke-Cooper, acting-vice president, corporate communications, SVL Group; and Wendy Walker, wife of winning jockey Omar Walker.
Lance Thomas, vice-president, group finance, Supreme Ventures Limited (SVL), presents the trophy for winning jockey to Wendy, wife of winning rider, Omar Walker, who partnered SHE'S A MANEATER to victory in last Saturday's Jamaica St Leger to complete the Triple Crown at Caymanas Park. Winning owner Winston Kong is at right. Looking on in background, from left, are Carolyn Bolt-Nicholas, acting vice-president, human resources and administration, Supreme Ventures Limited (SVL) Group; Paul Hoo, chairman, Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment Limited (SVREL); Brando Hayden, chief operating officer SVREL (partly hidden); and Simone Clarke-Cooper, acting-vice president, corporate communications, SVL Group.
Simone Clarke-Cooper, acting-vice president, corporate communications, Supreme Ventures Limited (SVL) Group, presents winning trainer Wayne Dacosta with his trophy after SHE'S A MANEATER's victory in last Saturday's Jamaica St Leger to complete the Triple Crown at Caymanas Park. DaCosta's wife, Elizabeth, is at right. Looking on in background, from left, are Paul Hoo, chairman, Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment Limited (SVREL);Carolyn Bolt-Nicholas, acting vice-president, human resources and administration, SVL Group; Lance Thomas, vice-president, group finance, SVL; Brando Hayden, chief operating officer SVREL (partly hidden); winning owner Winston Kong and Edward Shoucair, husband of DaCosta's daughter, Stephanie.
Lance Thomas, vice-president, group finance, Supreme Ventures Limited (SVL), presents the winning jockey trophy to Wendy, wife of winning rider Omar Walker, who partnered SHE'S A MANEATER to victory in last Saturday's Jamaica St Leger to complete the Triple Crown at Caymanas Park. Owner Winston Kong is partially hidden at right. Looking on in background, from left, are Paul Hoo, chairman, Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment Limited (SVREL); Brando Hayden, chief operating officer SVREL (partly hidden); Simone Clarke-Cooper, acting-vice president, corporate communications, SVL Group; and Stephanie Shoucair, daughter of winning trainer Wayne DaCosta.
Gladstone Taylor / Photographer The winning connecrtions of Triple Crown champion, SHE'S A MANEATER, trainer Wayne DaCosta (right), his wife, Elizabeth (left) and owner Winston Kong (second left), raise a toast with Finance Miniister Audley Shaw (third left) and Justice Minister DFelroy Chuck at Caymanas Park last Saturday after the super filly won the Jamaica St Leger.
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Last Saturday, SHE'S A MANEATER was dubbed the 'super filly' as she dominated the track, winning the Triple Crown. Trainer Wayne DaCosta and and Champion Jockey Omar Walker were estatic with the win after what seemed like an effortless run for the 10-furlong race, completing the Triple Crown of 1000 Guineas Jamaica Derby and St Leger. Here are the highlights to take you into the weekend.