clásico del caribe

‘Like A Dream’: Tacher Celebrates Puerto Rican Triple Crown With Justiciero

Marc Tacher considers the journey: thirty years, dozens of horses who have cost as much as $100,000, opportunities missed and dreams shattered. And now this. “It’s unreal,” said Tacher, whose 3-year-old colt Justiciero became Puerto Rico’s 12th Triple Crown champion last week with a victory in the Copa San Juan (G1) at Camarero. “It’s like a […]

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Un Propietario Viviendo Un Sueño: Justiciero Logra La Triple Corona De Puerto Rico

Marc Tacher entiende el camino recorrido. Treinta años, docenas de caballos que le han costado hasta $100,000, oportunidades perdidas y sueños rotos. Y ahora esto. “Es increible,” dijo Tacher, propietario del tresañero Justiciero, convertido en el décimo segundo Triplecoronado de Puerto Rico al ganar la Copa San Juan (G1) en el Hipódromo Camarero la semana […]

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Gulfstream Offers $600,000 Pick 6 Carryover On Simulcast Clasico Del Caribe Card Saturday

A pick 6 carryover of $600,000 will be offered on Saturday’s Clasico del Caribe card from Camarero Racetrack in Puerto Rico. The 11-race program, which can be watched and wagered on at Gulfstream Park, gets underway at 12:15 p.m. The pick 6, which is a 25-cent wager, will feature commingled pools. Past performances for Saturday’s […]

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‘Droopy’ Rodriguez: 6,000 Wins And Going Strong

To begin the New Year, Alberto (“Droopy”) Paz Rodriguez has just reached 6,000 career wins as a trainer. Most recently, “Droopy” saddled Calinco to win the Clasico del Caribe, a prominent stakes race that brings together the best 3 year-olds from Panama, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Trinidad & Tobago, Mexico, and Venezuela. Calinco is […]

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Clasico Del Caribe Brings Together Central America’s Best

Central American racing, horses and people from five countries will gather at Hipódromo Presidente Remón in Panama City, Panama to prepare for the region’s version of the Breeders’ Cup. The headline of the event is the Clásico del Caribe, a dirt race for 3-year-olds going 1 1/8 miles run Sunday evening. One of the best […]

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Mexico’s Triple Crown Winner Testing The Waters In Panama

In June, only a few weeks after American Pharoah won the Belmont Stakes to become the 12th Triple Crown winner in U.S. racing history, Mexican-bred Huitlacoche followed his lead by winning the 1 1/8-mile Derby Mexicano to become Mexico’s seventh Triple Crown champion. The colt has won nine of his 13 career starts, including seven […]

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Diamante Negro Gives Mexico First Clasico Del Caribe Since 1995

Mexican-bred Diamante Negro ruined the hopes of Panamanian racing fans cheering on local favorite Jubilee Queen when the 3-year-old colt by the Sadler’s Wells stallion Election Day caught the filly in the final yards of the $300,000 Clasico del Caribe to win the 1,800-meter dirt race at Hipodromo Presidente Remon in Panama City, Panama, on […]

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Clasico del Caribe ‘the best the Caribbean region has to offer’

In a special to ESPN.com, David Merida highlights the importance of the Caribe del Caribe, comparing the race’s potential importance to Caribbean racing to the Breeders’ Cup Classic or Kentucky Derby importance to American racing. “When I think of what the race has meant to us throughout all our years in the sport, I think […]

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