Thoroughbred owner Daislyn Sharpe saw three of her steed’s find the winner’s circle, all in impressive fashion. Trainer Edward Mohan also notched three wins, while Jockey J’son Liburd had a riding double.
In the first race, Mambo Beauty scored her third victory in a row, this time stretching out to the five furlong distance in one minute and three-fifths seconds. Owned by D & S Stables and trained by Ian Liburd, Mambo Beauty gave jockey J’son Liburd his first win of the day. Penta Grama continues to improve her running style while finishing second with Reina Mia third.
The second race gave Antigua a single score on the day with God’s Grace. Owned and trained by Devon O’Garro and ridden to victory by George Quallis, God’s Grace travelled the four furlong distance in forty-eight and three-fifths seconds. Port Oscar closed well to finish second with Tiedintwine a close up third.
Movado gave owner Daislyn Sharpe her first win on the day in the third race. Going the four furlong distance in forty-seven and two-fifths seconds, Movado was trained by Edward Mohan. Our Bud finished a close second with Secular finishing third.
Rollofthunder made his comeback after a five month rest a winning one. Current track record holder at the two furlong distance, Rollofthunder went the one-quarter mile dash in twenty-two and four-fifths seconds, missing his mark by just one second. Owned by Elite Racing Stables and giving trainer Edward Mohan back-to-back wins on the card, Rollofthunder was ridden by Michael Semple. Murray’s Mazal was second with Renwood Ridge third.
The co-featured fifth race saw American Dance gain his second win in two starts in St. Kitts for owner Daislyn Sharpe and trainer Edward Mohan. This race marked Mohan’s third win on the day as trainer and third win in a row. Once again ridden by Laird Bailey, American Dance went the seven furlong distance well in hand in one minute, twenty-six and one-fifth of a second. Osuna was second. High Wire Glory was third.
In the featured finale, Bad Action remains undefeated in St. Kitts while his jockey patiently waited from just off of the pace and when asked, took charge turning for home making a powerful stretch run. This win gave owner Daislyn Sharpe her third win on the day. Trained by Lester Warren, Bad Action was ridden to victory by J’son Liburd. Al Portador was second with Jack Idle third. The winning time for the seven furlongs was one minute twenty-five and two-fifths of a second, just four-fifths of a second off of the track record that is shared by both Bad Action and Yodallah of one minute twenty-four and three-fifths.
The next race is scheduled for Wednesday, 15th December with a 2 p.m. first race post.