-Lady Budapest pockets $1.6m for B1 and Lower and E and Lower events
Lady Budapest looked like just another steed at the Kennard Memorial Turf Club yesterday.
Until the final furlong that is.
That is when the thoroughbred, with Michael Semple in the stirrups, pinned back her ears and kicked clear to win the feature B1 and Lower seven- furlong event of the Post-Emancipation meet, beating crowd favourite, Score’s Even and the rest of the cavalry in the process.The Dark Brown mare stormed out of third post and bided her time while Jack In My Style and the recently imported Golden Blue Echo set a blistering pace in the cool conditions.
The Guyana Amateur Powerlifting Federation (GAPF) staged its Raw Championships yesterday at the Critchlow Labour College.
In excess of 40 lifters took part in the championships format of the sport that requires less performance-enhancing attire and guarantees more of a level playing field for all athletes in participation.
Usual suspects, Compton Caesar, Chantoba Bright and Keniesha Phillips were some of the standout athletes when the Athletic Association of Guyana staged its Inter Guiana Games (IGG Trials) yesterday at the National Track and Field Centre at Leonora.
(Reuters) – Real Madrid yesterday brushed off the absence of Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale to beat Espanyol 2-0 away and maintain their 100 percent start to the league season while matching the La Liga record of 16 consecutive victories.
East Coast Demerara secured an innings and 19-run win over West Berbice while Upper Corentyne and West Demerara played to a draw when round four of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) Jaguars three-day Franchise League ended yesterday.
SINGAPORE, (Reuters) – Germany’s Nico Rosberg celebrated his 200th Formula Onerace by retaking the championship lead from Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton after a pole to flag win in Singapore yesterday.
LONDON, CMC — Jamaica international Gareth McCleary has apologised for his red card which left Reading to defend stoutly in order to come away with a 2-1 victory against Barnsley in the English Championship on Saturday.
Lower Corentyne continued its dominance as they crushed East Bank Demerara by an innings and 38 runs to maintain their number one spot in the ongoing Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) Jaguars Franchise League three-day tourney.