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HORSE RACING: 16 declared for Jamaica Derby

Published:Friday | June 14, 2013 | 9:57 AM

Sixteen native-bred three-year-olds have been declared for the 93rd running of the vivobarefoot Jamaica Derby over 2,400 metres at Caymanas Park tomorrow.

At stake is a whopping $7-million purse and the Sir John Mordecaid Trophy.

The race is considered to be the most opened Derby in years.

Leading contenders are; WILLIE GOLDSMITH with Shane Ellis, PERFECT NEIGHBOUR with visiting US-based jockey Orlando Bocachica, BIG MAN IN TOWN with leading rider Omar Walker, UNCLE TAF with Andre Martin and the Dick Cardenas-ridden RUM PUNCH.


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