CP Got Even wins feature event

CP Got Even produced a powerful late surge to win the feature D1 and Lower Mile and Distance event of the Horse Owners of Guyana meet yesterday at Port Mourant.

The Dark Brown mare ridden by champion jockey, Andy Ramnauth,led favourite Jack In My Style by a length with Red and Lovely a close third.

For the win, CP Got Even’s handlers, the R. N Poonai Stables pocketed a hefty $1M.

California Strike (far left) with jockey Andy Ramnauth in the stirrups. (Orlando Charles photo)
California Strike (far left) with jockey Andy Ramnauth in the stirrups. (Orlando Charles photo)

Passion For Song, the outsider of the seven-strong field, made the running until being overtaken on the first turn.

Red and Lovely and Jack In My Style stole a march on the pack to lead into the final straight.

But the Colin Elcock trained steed, surged past the pair to take the win.

Quick Results of the meet

Race 1 

J1 and Lower

The Road is Mine ($200,000)

Royal Intention

Smarty Light

Survival King

 

Race 2

E3 and Lower

Right to Rule ($500,000)

Fresh Again

The Message

 

Race 3

Two-Year Old Guyana and West Indian Bred

Storm Bird ($300,000)

It’s My Choice

Keep On Swinging

 

Race 4

G1 and Lower

Another Jet ($400,000)

Rosetta

Traditional Man

Weekend Surprise

 

Race 5 

Three-Year Old Guyana and West Indian

Quiet Dancer ($500,000)

Unsettled

Release The Beast

Settling Jet

 

Race 6 

D1 and Lower

CP Got Even ($1M)

Jack In My Style

Red and Lovely

Goodwill Boy

 Note: The ‘Sport of Kings’ continues on Sunday at the Kennard Memorial Turf Club (Emmerson Campbell)

 

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