Two time Horse of the Year Seeking My Dream will be hoping to visit the winner's enclosure in the $1.3 million None Such Sprint Trophy over 6 furlongs, the feature event on Saturday’s 12-race card at Caymanas Park.
Seeking My Dream, a two time winner of the Diamond Mile, is facing an uphill task of defending his crown as he’s is some $1.4 million outside of the qualifying earnings for the third running of the richest race in the English-speaking Caribbean. The five year old chestnut horse has only competed three times this season.
From those three races, Seeking My Dream has earned $1 million to be in 24th position on the provisional list of Diamond Mile contenders with only sixteen horses to make the final cut.
A cracking pace is expected to set by Sir Budget with lightweight jockey Oniel Mullings carrying 110 pounds, Talented Tony K with 111 pounds and Paul Francis aboard and Chase The Great with inform apprentice Anthony Thomas astride.
The line-up Campesino to be ridden by Shane Ellis and Houdini's Magic is seeking his third consecutive victory which would confirm the dark bay horse's place in the December 2 Diamond Mile. The 12 race card starts at 11:30 am with live coverage of all races on TVJ Sports Network and Hitz 92 FM.