Tuesday, October 23, 2018

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WELL known racing enthusiast Dr Paul Wright (left) and a large contingent of family members were present at the Park on Saturday (October 20, 2018) to present the Miracle Man Trophy to the winner. Miracle Cure won the Red Stripe Caribbean Sprint Championship in 1998.

In photo Dr Paul's daughter Keisha Wright hands over the trophy Nigel Fisher representing the owner of the winner Necromancer, ridden by Dick Cardenas and trained by Anthony Nunes.

Others in photo are Paula Murray (second left), Dr Jason Wright (third left) and Anna-Kaye Semoy. In front is Chad Murray.

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