October 14, 2018 9:28 pm Published by

Jamaican Bred horses which were export to Trinidad, continue to do well at Santa Rosa Park.
On Saturday October 13, an eight-race programme, the Henry W Jaghai bred six-year-old bay gelding (Legal Process – Lady Indira by Footloose) off-spring Root Of Jessie owned and trained by Rolf Bartolo, won the seventh race over 1600 metres on the turf track.
The Jamaica double was completed by the Ian Parsard bred four-year-old bay colt by (Adore The Gold – City Train by Alisios) City Of Gold, who closed the programme at (10-1) over 1200 metres, owned by Dwight Hunte and trained by Lester Alexis.
Trainer Glenn Mendez lead the trainers’ race after 31 racedays and 256 races run as of October 6, with TT$1,531,219 and 39 wins from 187 starts. He’s ahead of John O’Brien TT$973, 261 with 26 wins from 133 starts, followed by Harold Chadee with earnings of TT$852,990 and 25 wins from 253 starts.
The Leading dam is Everglades Farms Limited’s Sea Treaty with five wins from two progeny from 17 starts and earnings of TT$312,768. Everglades Farms Limited also leads the Breeders’ category with earnings of TT$553,443 from ten races won, with four winning horses from 63 starts. They lead Ham Stables Limited who follow closely with TT$519,985 and 13 wins from 9 winning horses and 128 starts.