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"Two straight: Conductor with Huntley Johnston up winning the feature for the President Cup over one mile from Sheer Joy and Indian Flame at Caymanas Park on Wednesday."
"At last: Four-year-old Common Law with jockey Fitzroy Gillespie up passing the winning post ahead of Bumble Bee (Wayne Sinclair) left and Time Off (A. Ramgeet in the Braddock Handicap for horses rated 205-244 over nine furlongs at Caymanas Park…
"Common Law with Robert Reid aboard canters up the straight to win the Rameses Trophy over one mile for the rating groups 310 and upwards at Caymanas Park yesterday."
"The Element-Portia colt Common law with Wayne Sinclair (second left0 up, winning the Heineken Trophy race over 7 1/2 furlongs from Flash Point (partly hidden) and Indian Flame at Caymanas Park yesterday."
"Barrington Brown [left] eases at the winning post as he scores aboard Chop Sticks in the five furlongs round event at Caymanas Park on Saturday."
"Close finish: True Colours with Emelio Rodriques [right] winning the Jamaica oaks in a close finish from the favourite Bold Magic [Fitzroy Gillespie] centre and Hell A Pop [Karl Brown] over ten furlongs at Caymanas Park yesterday."
"Top Cat, driven by K. Brown in the saddle, romps away to victory in the Better Handicap over seven furlongs at Caymanas Park on Saturday. B'Ontina and Royal Reason followed home the winner."
"Applying the whip: Apprentice Alton Andrade aboard Call the Doctor (right) goes flat in applying the whip to get the better of Supreme Court (left) in the nine furlongs Cayman Handicap at Caymanas Park on Wednesday."
"After the storm: Alton Andrade walks back his mount Call the Doctor to the winner's enclosure after winning the feature Eight-Thirty Sprint over five furlongs at Caymanas Park yesterday."
"First winner: Apprentice Dector Thompson aboard C-Ives (second right) gets up in time to score in the fourth race at Caymanas Park on Wednesday. It was Thompson's first winner."
Along Constant Spring Road in the vicinity of Manor Centre and the historic Anglican church, Church of the Good Shepherd.