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Pause goes for beaver-trick cause

Published: 
Friday, August 10, 2018
Jockey David Butcher on Captain Sparrow takes the lead from his challengers and applies the whip while pressing home for victory to win the modified benchmark handicap 3 Y.O. and over horses rated 25-0 going 1,200 metres out at Santa Rosa Park, Arima on Emancipation Day. PICTURE RALPH BANWARIE

The John O’Brien trained filly Pauseforacoors will be a shortpriced favourite to win tomorrow’s feature event and land a beaver-trick of victories in the process.

Pauseforacoors goes to post in the 1,100 metres Handicap for Three-Year-Olds and over Horses rated 70 and over on the main track at Santa Rosa Park, Arima.

Kerron Khelawan will now have the leg up on the filly which will carry top-weight of 57 kilos.

She will have to be at her best to turn back stablemates, Desert dancer and Rocket Wheels both of whom will tote 49 and 47.5 kilos respectively.

Desert Dancer will be ridden by the in-form Brian Boodramsingh and could upset the favourite. Ronald Ali will be aboard the John Leotaud trained Rocket Wheels and this horse must have an outstanding chance at the weights.

There will be eight races on the Arima Race Club during the Day-25 presentation with the first event expected to be run off at 1:05 pm.

Here are the declared runners, riders and weight for Saturday’s eight-race card.

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