FOOTBALL’S-world governing body, FIFA, has denied a request by the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) to postpone its World Cup Qualifier on Good Friday, March 25, against Costa Rica at the National Stadium at 7 p.m. “The JFF wishes to advise that it made representation to FIFA for a possible change of date based on the sacred nature of Good Friday to many Jamaicans,” informed a JFF release yesterday. It added: “FIFA has responded that the change in date was not possible as the 2016 international match calendar has been approved since 2013.” Captain Horace Burrell, the JFF president, apologised. “Because we are a Christian society, I appealed to FIFA and asked them to postpone the game and have us play on another date. However, FIFA came back to us and said no,” Burrell told The Gleaner. “We had no intention to offend the Christians, but nothing can be done,” he emphasised. Burrell said arrangements could be made for a church service inside the venue before game time. “I am thinking of having a church service at the National Stadium before the game starts,” Burrell said. Meanwhile, ticket prices remain Grandstand Category One $6,500, Grandstand Category Two $5,500 and Bleachers $1,200.
Title-chasers Jamaica Scorpions and Barbados Pride will square-off in a crucial encounter in the penultimate set of matches of the group phase of the WICB/NAGICO Insurance Super50 Tournament in Trinidad and Tobago today.Second and third, respectively, in Group A with 10 and nine points each, the two will enter the contest knowing that a win for eight team would all but secure them a place in the semi-finals.Group leaders Trinidad and Tobago Red Force, who oppose cellar dwellers ICC America, are presently on 17 points and have already qualified for the semi-finals.”It’s a (virtual) must-win for both of us, so I guess they (Barbados) will be playing it like a final and we will be doing the same,” Jamaica’s captain, John Campbell, said yesterday.The return-led round-robin fixture will see both teams entering the contest with a win two, lose two record, with Jamaica ahead based on having two bonus points compared to Barbados’ one.The Scorpions, however, can claim bragging rights, having defeated Barbados by two wickets when the two met earlier this week.Led by a man-of-the-match bowling performance of three for 18 from left-arm pacer Sheldon Cottrell, Jamaica bowled out the Pride for a mere 138 before replying with 139 for eight.The in-form Andre McCarthy, who also has a tournament century, and Antiguan Devon Thomas led the batting for the Scorpions with 49 and 33, respectively.However, with the end of the Australian Test series both teams have been strengthened with the return of West Indies players to their line-ups.Barbados has been injected with seven players – Jason Holder, Kraigg Brathwaite, Shai Hope, Carlos Brathwaite, Shane Dowich, Miguel Cummins, and Jomel Warrican, while Jamaica will benefit from the return of Jerome Taylor and Jermaine Blackwood.”They have got back all their players from Australia, and have a better squad, and are also coming off a win, so they should be confident,” remarked Campbell.”But we are not too concerned,” he said. “We have seen signs of improvement throughout the tournament, and, it is just for us to put it together.”Jamaica will play the Americas and Barbados will tackle Trinidad in the final set of group matches scheduled for Sunday.The semi-finals will be played next Wednesday and Thursday, with the final carded for next Saturday, all at Queen’s Park Oval.
The highest level Strong youth programme “They have a pretty strong youth programme in Barbados and I must say it’s better than in Jamaica,” Samuels added. Dominik was captain of his prep school team in Barbados and when he moved to Jamaica at age 11, also captain Sts Peter and Paul Prep School team for one year, before moving on to Campion College. “It was a good experience because their structure is a bit different. They play hard ball and being a part of the training squad – because the boys were two or three years older – helped me. I’ve played not only local players there, but also from England and visiting teams,” Samuels said. Samuels has been outstanding in the Grace Shield, scoring 782 runs this season. The batting all rounder also scored four centuries, with a top score of 136 not out against St George’s College and three half centuries. He helped Campion reach the semi-finals of the Grace Shield and led them to the title last season. For Samuels, it isn’t only about playing sport. The Jamaica and West Indies youth representative believes in balancing academics as well. Having earned a government scholarship to Campion, he has been on the school’s honour roll every year since. Now in the fifth form, he will do nine subjects at the Caribbean Examinations Council level later this year. SOME might say that cricket is a dying sport in Jamaica. But 16-year-old Dominik Samuels does not appear to be one who believes that. The Campion College Grace Shield team member has been playing cricket since he was four years old and in 12 years of playing at the prep and high school levels, his passion for the sport has never waned. While his father Raymond played Headley Cup cricket as a student of York Castle High, it was while still a young boy living in Barbados that Dominik’s love for the game really developed. “I influenced him, but I think the turning point for him was when I was on vacation and we were in St Ann and his cousin who was a couple of years older played cricket and he saw his cousin playing. We lived in the Bahamas, he started playing, but they don’t really play cricket in the Bahamas so there was no opportunity. I relocated to Barbados and at age five he really got to play cricket because they have a really strong prep school competition there,” the elder Samuels explained. While there, he also played for Wanderers Cricket Club and got the opportunity to play in camps with older and more experienced boys. “I’m certainly looking to play for the West Indies in the future, to play at the highest level of cricket. But I still want to balance my cricket and academics as well,” he said. “It’s a matter of time management really. I have to make timetables and understand that if I want to be successful I know how much work I have to put out so I can train in the evening,” he added. Having the strong support of both his parents who attend his games also helps, he said. As for the future, he wants to attend a school in the United Kingdom, where he can continue to pursue his cricketing goals. “Cricket is a game where you have to be disciplined and patient and you have to understand that things take time and you have to be diligent in what you do and cricket also taught me that when you fight out of tough situations you always come out with good results,” he said.
Jamaican Donovan ‘Razor’ Ruddock had his dream of once more becoming the Canadian heavyweight boxing champion, at age 51, dashed to pieces on Friday night when he was knocked out at two minutes and five seconds of the third round in Toronto, Canada, by current champion Dillon Carman.Ruddock, who was the Canadian champion in 2001 when he walked away from the ring without formally retiring, tried to turn back the clock and had two successful outings in March and May this year. This, in addition to his former impressive record and world rating, obviously were the reasons he was given the opportunity to challenge Carman.The dream did not come true, however, as after two tentative rounds, in which both boxers did very little, Carman exploded in round three and floored Ruddock twice. He beat the count the first time, but was knocked out cold on the second occasion and laid flat on his back for several seconds before being revived.He has had a great career and is now 40-6-1, while Carman, who is 29, won the title on October 2, 2014, and has a 9-2 record.The consensus after the fight is that he should now formally retire and not put himself at risk.- Leroy Brown
cancellation Their actions led to the cancellation of the Test tour, and an angry BCCI subsequently slapped the WICB with a US$42 million claim for losses, while also threatening legal action. The BCCI also suspended bilateral relations with the WICB. Following the October meeting between Cameron, Muirhead, and BCCI officials, the WICB said it hoped for an amicable resolution, especially with the BCCI set to meet in the AGM. “We had discussions on the resolution of the impasse that currently exists. It was very cordial,” ESPN Cricinfo quoted Muirhead as saying recently. “We discussed everything that would affect us at length. We were sure that a resolution would be forthcoming in the very near future. We are hoping that it will take root at the AGM.” According to the noted cricket website, the WICB has indicated its inability to settle the multi-million-dollar claim and has proposed touring India in 2017 instead. Since the abandoned tour, the WICB has subsequently come under pressure at home, with a recent commission of eminent persons, established by the regional nation-state grouping CARICOM, proposing the “immediate dissolution” of the board. MUMBAI, India, (CMC): The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) says it will take its time in mulling over the normalising of relations with the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB). Following the conclusion of its annual general meeting (AGM) here Monday, BCCI president Shashank Manohar said the board would “take a call” on resuming bilateral tours with the Windies, which were suspended last year in the wake of the ill-fated limited overs and Test series. “There is still plenty of time to go and play in West Indies. We will decide at the appropriate time,” Manohar said. “They met us recently … the CEO of the West Indies Board and the chairman of the West Indies Board. They have given their viewpoint. We will take a call.” WICB president Dave Cameron, along with chief executive Michael Muirhead, recently met with BCCI officials to discuss a resolution to the dispute which arose in October last year when the West Indies one-day team abruptly abandoned the tour of India over a contracts squabble with players union WIPA.
SHARING THE BLAME “Everyone will take responsibility and move forward,” he added, while noting there is no discontent in the camp. “It is a good set of guys playing; we go out there and represent Jamaica fully well. Everyone wants to play well, everyone wants to do good. Sometimes it goes bad, and we will take responsibility and improve,” he added. The Jamaicans’ loss has put them under increased pressure to win away to the Haitians as Panama cruised to the top with three points in Group B, while Costa Rica, who beat Haiti 1-0, also raced to three points. “Definitely, we will be looking to bounce back. We have done this before. Everyone put in the right effort,” Austin said. “We are a group; we win together and lose together. We are gonna talk about this, and we are gonna work and give it our all to turn it around and get three points against Haiti.” “Everyone knows what we have to do, and whoever goes on the pitch has a responsibility of doing their best to winning the game, with the coaching staff. We win together, and we lose together. we just have to keep focusing and working hard so we can go to Haiti and change this result,” he said. Admitting that last Friday’s 2-0 loss to Panama was due to a flat performance by his team, Reggae Boyz captain Rodolph Austin says he will be looking to lead from the front and lift his team to a better result against Haiti today. The Jamaicans will today face the Haitians in their second game of the semi-final round of the CONCACAF FIFA World Cup qualifiers. “We came out flat, and everyone knows we didn’t play good tonight (Friday), and we have to take the responsibility for it as a team. We didn’t start the game well, and we conceded two soft goals. We just have to bounce back and focus, and look ahead to Haiti’s game; that’s the plan,” Austin said at Friday night’s post-game press conference.
BARCELONA, Spain (AP):Rafa BenÌtez held on to his job last year but faces another tough test of his coaching credentials tomorrow when Real Madrid visit Valencia for their first Spanish league game of 2016.BenÌtez has been the focus of criticism from disgruntled fans for Madrid’s unpredictable campaign, which has included a lopsided loss to fierce rivals Barcelona and their embarrassing disqualification from the Copa del Rey for fielding an ineligible player.Madrid travel to Mestalla Stadium after two easy victories at their own Santiago BernabÈu home that failed to win over their most sceptical supporters, some of whom jeered BenÌtez.Madrid defender Pepe has called for calm.”We have to let our coach continue to improve,” Pepe said. “If a new manager came, we’d have to adapt to new systems and that isn’t good. We should save the evaluations for the end of the season.”Madrid have struggled on the road this season, dropping points on four of eight of their outings. Their last away game ended in a 1-0 loss at Villarreal.Madrid are in third place, two points behind Barcelona and AtlÈtico Madrid. Defending champions Barcelona have played one less game than their rivals.BenÌtez’s counterpart tomorrow is also in need of a victory.Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville’s coaching debut has got off to an uninspiring start.Valencia have only beaten a third-division side in the Copa del Rey since he took over. Otherwise, the team has recorded a pair of draws and two losses, including a poor showing in a 1-0 league defeat at regional rivals Villarreal on Thursday. That loss left Valencia 10th and 11 points from the Champions League spots.”The team is united and we are trying to get a win as soon as possible,” said Valencia striker ·lvaro Negredo. “January will be a key month.”BARCELONA DERBYBarcelona make the short trip across the Catalan capital to play the first of three derbies against Espanyol today.The two clubs will also meet in the round of 16 of the Copa del Rey over the next two weeks.Barcelona will be heavily favoured to continue their record form of 2015, when Luis Enrique’s team won five titles and set a new record 180 for goals scored.The strike trio of Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Su·rez combined for 137 of those goals. Su·rez is leading the league this campaign with 15, followed by Neymar and Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo with 14 each.Espanyol’s defence is the fourth-worst in the competition with 28 goals conceded. Only the three teams in the relegation zone have conceded more.
On the face of it, when the whistle blows at the Montego Bay Sports Complex this afternoon at 4 p.m., or whenever, signalling the start of the 2016 Red Stripe Premier League final, promoted team and multiple champions Portmore United should start as favourites. The team, which originated in the parish of Clarendon under the name Hazard before changing base to Portmore in St. Catherine but now straddles both parishes, has been the most consistent this season. That consistency saw them crowned ‘League’ champions as they ended the regular season with the most points and were duly rewarded with the $1m bonus. Additionally, Portmore United have owned Montego Bay United (MBU) on the three occasions that they have met this season. In their match, which marked their return to top-tier football, they defeated Montego Bay United 2-0, with Montego Bay resident Ricardo Morris responsible for one of them. That was followed up with a 1-0 win at the Juici field, courtesy of a Cleon Price strike. Morris was again on the score sheet along with Tramaine Stewart and Mark Alves as Portmore United left Montego Bay with a 3-1 win in the last meeting. QUALITY TEAM Even with the evidence, which is helped by the depth of their available squad, Portmore United coach Jeffrey Hewitt will not accept the favourites’ tag. “To me, MoBay will be starting favourites. This is their third consecutive final and that shows that they are very consistent. They are quality team and their record speaks to that, so no one can take anything away from them,” said Hewitt who was a part of Portmore United’s coaching staff when they won in 2008 and 2012. “Despite that, we are confident in our abilities and what we can do. Yes, we have beaten them in the three matches that we have played so far, but the past does not matter now. What matters is what we do on the day,” added Hewitt. According to the man who distinguished himself at Garvey Maceo, the Portmore United unit is so focused right now that nothing will distract them. Not even the protest action by MBU, which has seen them boycott a number of promotional events leading up to today’s big day and them threatening not to show up for the 4 p.m. start. “We are so focused that we are not entertaining any thoughts of them turning up or not. We are preparing for a 4 p.m. game and we will be showing up for that. “Tomorrow’s game, we are anticipating, will be a very competitive one. It is a final and our players know what is at stake and we have to go out there and compete,” he added. VERY OPEN While the Portmore United camp has been very open, the Montego Bay United camp has not so much as entertained a call or interview request from the media in relation to today’s game. The Sunday Gleaner, however, managed to speak with someone close to the camp. “My players are ready for the game. They have not been distracted by what is going on, and they will be showing,” the source said. “This is the third final that the team has been in, the past three years, and this is important to us. The first year, we won; last year, we came second; and this year, we are going out to win again. “Even if it is nine players, we are going to play them. No team can beat Montego Bay United four times in a season,” the source added. In addition to the record going against them, Montego Bay United have the offfield distractions which could spill over on the field going against them. Add to that the absence of two of their most potent players – Owayne Gordon, the season’s leading scorer to a loan deal, and Dino Williams to an injury. Allan Ottey is the only one available of that pacy and skilful trio. A lot will depend on the former schoolboy star who shone alongside Portmore’s Morris for St James High. Injury kept him out for chunks of the season, but he will have to lead the forward line with support from Cory Hylton. Goalkeeper Jacomena Barrett is a player with a lot to prove as he is a former Portmore United player and conceded three goals in the last match. Losing again will not sit well with him. If he reports in inspired form as he has been on occasion, he could lift his teammates. With almost everything stacked against them, this could be the motivation the Montego Bay United players need to pull off the improbable victory.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC): David Williams is one of the candidates being considered as a possible replacement for current Trinidad & Tobago Red Force head coach Gus Logie. The Trinidad Guardian said that Williams, the former T&T and West Indies wicketkeeper, as well as former national coach, could replace Logie, because of the Red Force’s results in the WICB Regional 4-Day Tournament. The Guardian said some members of the T&T Cricket Board (TTCB) executive are in favour of Williams because he was successful with the national team between 2006 and 2011. But Patrick Rampersad, the second vice-president of the TTCB, said Logie was still strongly favoured for the position. “We have had no discussion as far as Gus Logie is concerned,” Rampersad told the Guardian. “As far as I know, Gus is still the man in charge of the team, and he will be working with the players as they prepare for the Regional Super50 Tournament. “We have had no discussions as far as removing Gus from his position. “We are all disappointed over the results we have gotten in the first-class tournament and we are about looking to continue to put things right for the team.” TTCB officials will meet with Logie and the Red Force’s management in the coming days to discuss his side’s performance this season. After starting the season with great promise and a comfortable win over Windward Islands Volcanoes, the Red Force sunk to their third defeat of the season two Mondays ago, when the Guyana Jaguars crushed them by 10 wickets at the Guyana National Stadium. They are now last at the halfway stage in the six-team tournament on 35.6 points, heading into the long break in the season for the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, plus the Regional Super50.
Past The Finishing PostWeather: Overcast Track: MuddyRace 1 1200 M (Purse $930,000) IMP3YO&UP(NW3&MDN)/NB4YO(NW3O/T)&NB3YO-REST.STAKES1. #5 MR. UNIVERSE JInnis2 49.0 $137.00 $55.00*2. #1 LOOSE CANNON OWalker 53.0 2-1/2L $52.003. #3 ARMAGEDDON JErwin 53.0 3-1/4L $125.004. #6 VERY CLASSIC DDawkins2 50.5 2-1/2LFinal Time : 1:12.2 Splits : 22.3, 45.3Winner : 3yo ch colt – REGION OF MERIT – RAGING FURYTrainer : WAYNE DACOSTA Owner : CARLTON WATSONBred by ORANGE VALLEY ESTATES LTD.Qu: $145.00 Ex: $344.00Trifecta: $776.00Race 2 1100 M (Purse $600,000) NB5-Y-O & UP MAIDEN CONDITION RACE1. #5 BRAVE HEART AChatrie 54.0 $490.00 $159.002. #8 MOUNT ZION KING BebHarvey2 55.0 Sh.Head $117.003. #2 BREEZY RMcNaughton 52.5 Neck $85.004. #4 CONNOR SEllis 57.0 6LFinal Time : 1:10.1 Splits : 24.3, 48.4Winner : 5yo b colt – SILENT VALOR – MY DEAR TUDORTrainer : MAURICE CROOKS Owner : MAURICE CROOKSBred by PETER WALKERNOTE: HORSE #2 BREEZY FINISHED 1ST, BUT WAS DISQUALIFIED AND PLACED 3RD.Qu: $1,234.00 Ex: $2,835.00D/E: $1,197.00Superfecta: $5,366.00Race 3 1400 M (Purse $680,000) NB4-Y-O & UP RESTRICTED ALLOWANCE III(NW3O/T)1. #7 LIKE A LADY JPatterson2 49.5 $178.00 $63.00*2. #5 BUBBLING KITTEN WHenry 52.0 1-1/4L $55.003. #1 NUCLEAR WARNING OMullings 52.0 3-1/2L $ 69.004. #4 LITTLE BIG HORN JErwin 54.0 6LFinal Time : 1:26.1 Splits : 23.2, 46.3, 1:12.2,Winner : 4yo gr filly – MARKET RALLY – KNIGHTLEYTrainer : DWIGHT CHEN Owner : HAMARK FARMSBred by HAM STABLES LTD.Qu: $201.00 Ex: $473.00D/E: $3,115.00Trifecta: $640.00Rolling Triple: $7,863.00Race 4 1100 M (Purse $660,000) 3-Y-O & UP CLM($250,0-$210,0)/NB5YO(NW2)&6YO&UP(NW4)*1. #6 OCEAN SEEKER DDawkins2 50.5 $120.00 $58.002. #4 RAISING THE BAR RMcNaughton 53.0 7L $85.003. #5 LIGHT BRIGADE AndrePowell3 54.0 1-1/4L $82.004. #2 PRINCESS BRIANNA OWalker 54.0 NeckDNF #8 SMART BIDDER AntThomas3 50.5 54/1Final Time : 1:07.0 Splits : 23.3, 47.0Winner : 4yo b filly – SEEKING THE GLORY – A THOUSAND OCEANTrainer : ANTHONY NUNES Owner : ELIAS HALOUTEBred by ORANGE VALLEY ESTATES LTD.Qu: $423.00 Ex: $578.00D/E: $513.00Superfecta: $900.00Rolling Triple: $7,638.00Race 5 1500 M (Purse $620,000) NB4-Y-O & UP RESTRICTED ALLOWANCE V(NW2)*1. #6 BOUNCE AChatrie 55.0 $131.00 $57.002. #8 CUP O TEA DDawkins2 50.5 1-3/4L $94.003. #2 PIANO MAN LSteadman* 55.0 1L $77.004. #7 MAJOR FORCE OEdwards2 52.0 2-1/4LFinal Time : 1:34.2 Splits : 24.0, 47.0, 1:12.3,Winner : 4yo b colt – TAQARUB – LADY SUHAAGRAATTrainer : ALBERT CHONG Owner : DAVID FORBESBred by HENRY JAGHAI O.D., J.P.Qu: $532.00 Ex: $1,765.00D/E: $259.00Superfecta: $4,649.00Rolling Triple: $831.00Race 6 1000 M (S) (Purse $870,000) NB3-Y-O MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT*1. #4 TOOT THE BLUES OWhite 52.0 $99.00 $59.002. #5 FEAR DE BREEZE OFoster 53.5 2-3/4L $89.003. #10 AHUAGAIN SEllis 54.0 7/1 2 $106.004. #12 AURELIA’S SUMMER AGray4 52.0 99/1 Sh.Head5. #8 GENERAL REPORT OEdwards2 52.0 19/1 1/2Final Time : 1:00.2 Splits : 23.1, 46.4, ,Winner : 3yo b filly – BLUE PEPSI LODGE – TOOTINGTrainer : PATRICK LYNCH Owner : PATRICK LYNCHBred by DERICK LATIBEAUDIERE O.J,Qu: $313.00 Ex: $401.00D/E: $273.00Trifecta : (4-5-10) $335.00Hi-5 carry-over : $161,138.25Rolling Triple: $440.00Pick-4: $2,000.00Super-6: $28,390.60Race 7 1500 M (Purse $870,000) NB3-Y-O MAIDEN CONDITION RACE*1. #3 HENRY THE SECOND WHenry 53.0 $52.00 $50.002. #1 SUBBIE RHalledeen 56.0 15L $50.003. #7 E.J. MAKIT OMullings 52.0 1/2L $50.003. #8 TWILIGHT STORM AndrePowell3 52.0 DH $50.00Late scratch : #10 SANDORIFinal Time : 1:33.0 Splits : 24.0, 47.0, 1:12.4,Winner : 3yo b colt – MIRACLE MAN – REBRIDLED SECRETTrainer : IAN PARSARD Owner : CURRAGH JAMAICA AGENCYBred by DACOSTA FARMS LIMITEDQu: $100.00 Ex: $115.00D/E: $133.00 (4-10) $358.00Superfecta: $65.00 (3-1-8-7) $47.00Rolling Triple: $248.00Race 8 1200 M (Purse $620,000) NB5-Y-O & UP RESTRICTED ALLOWANCE V(NW2)1. #7 WICKED TUFF SEllis 56.0 $295.00 $121.002. #11 MR. COOKIE WHenry 53.0 6-1/2L $101.003. #1 MAN IN BLUE JPatterson2 52.0 Head $146.00*4. #9 NASDAQ PRINCESS OWhite 52.0 2-1/2LLate scratch : #8 TWILIGHT ROCKETFinal Time : 1:17.1 Splits : 24.0, 48.3Winner : 6yo ch colt – URBAN KING – CONNELL TOWNTrainer : FERNANDO GEDDES Owner : FERNANDO GEDDESBred by ARGYLL FARMS LTD.Qu: $631.00 Ex: $1,647.00D/E: $695.00 (3-8) $69.00Trifecta: $1,916.00Hi-5: $20,453.00Rolling Triple: $2,501.00PlacePot 8: $1,987.00LEGAL LIGHT TROPHYRace 9 1820 M (Purse $1,300,000) 3-Y-O & UP GRADED STAKES*1. #2 BIGDADDYKOOL LSteadman* 56.0 $84.002. #6 BRAWN BebHarvey2 53.5 2L3. #4 HOUDINI’S MAGIC WHenry 51.0 Neck4. #1 FRANFIELD SEllis 57.0 1-3/4LFinal Time : 1:55.0 Splits : 28.1, 53.2, 1:16.4, 1:42.0Winner : 4yo b colt – SORRENTINO – BEWARE BABYTrainer : ANTHONY NUNES Owner : STEPHAN NARINESINGHBred by HAM STABLES LTD.Qu: $220.00 Ex: $227.00D/E: $1,141.00Trifecta: $236.00Rolling Triple: $1,838.00Race 10 1400 M (Purse $600,000) 3-Y-O & UP CLM($180,0)/NB6YO&UP(NW3)1. #2 JUNIOR DON OEdwards2 55.0 $866.00 $86.00*2. #1 RUBY ROSE RHalledeen 55.0 4-1/2L $53.003. #4 HE’STHEREAL LINKS BebHarvey2 54.0 1-1/4L $69.004. #14 ROMAN SPY ARobles 54.0 4-1/2L5. #7 DOUBLE DEAL AndrePowell3 53.0 NeckLate scratch : #11 WARRIOR PRINCESS, #13 MINY LEEFinal Time : 1:29.3 Splits : 24.3, 49.0, 1:15.2,Winner : 6yo b colt – LEGAL PROCESS – ROYAL PARDONTrainer : ROBERT DARBY (SR) Owner : DAVID MARRETT & GORDON BUCKNORBred by DACOSTA FARMS LIMITEDQu: $514.00 Ex: $1,502.00D/E: $1,052.00 (2-11) $66.00Trifecta: $1,451.00Hi-5: $4,455.00Rolling Triple: $11,410.00Pick-4: $12,168.00 (4 OF 4)Super-6: $21,120.80 (6 OF 6)Pick-9: $1,000,000.00 (9 OF 9)