jamaican racing

Report: Clasico Del Caribe Runner Supreme Soul Stuck In U.S. Quarantine Stall For 44 Days

Jamaican Group 1 winner and Clasico del Caribe runner Supreme Soul has found himself caught in a loop of international bureaucracy since he ran at Gulfstream Park on Dec. 8. Trainer Anthony Nunez said the horse has been stuck in a U.S. Department of Agriculture quarantine facility in Florida ever since because the Jamaican government […]

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‘A Major, Major Boost’: Jamaica Returns To Clasico Del Caribe After Many Years

For an island nation that many call the “Heart of the Caribbean,” Jamaica has in recent years been largely invisible in the eyes of the racing world, an annual no-show in the Clasico Internacional del Caribe. No longer. Two Jamaican-bred colts are expected to take part in Sunday’s Clasico at Gulfstream Park, ending a long […]

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Graded Stakes Winner Midnight Hawk To Stand In Jamaica

Midnight Hawk, winner of the G3 Sham Stakes, has been retired to stand at Rising Sun Farm, Portmore, in Jamaica in a deal brokered by Chad Schumer of Schumer Bloodstock. Midnight Hawk won the Sham Stakes at Santa Anita on just his second career start, having run out the 6 1/4 length winner of his […]

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Champion Jamaican Jockey Nelson Will Continue Career In Canada

For the summer of 2015, Dane Nelson, a three-time champion jockey in Jamaica, traveled to Assiniboia Downs in Canada to ride. Despite arriving after the start of the meet, Nelson finished fifth overall in the standings, and will look to return there in 2016, according to the Jamaica Gleaner. The purses are much better in […]

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