More sponsors come to the fore for Guyana Cup horserace Meet

More sponsors come to the fore for Guyana Cup horserace Meet

Aug 10, 2017 Sports, http://www.kaieteurnewsonline....-cup-horserace-meet/

Two more sponsors have come forward to support the Guyana Cup Horserace Meeting fixed for Sunday at the Rising Sun Turf Club on the West Coast of Berbice.

Prem’s Grocery and Fix It Tyre Shop joined the growing list of sponsors supporting the horserace event on Sunday which promises to be exciting. Mr. and Mrs. Ramsammy of Fix It Tyre Shop handed over their cheque to Roy Jafferally, while a Representative of Prem’s Grocery presented their donation. The organisers, the Jumbo Jet Business Enterprise and Stables, expressed gratitude to the latest pair to aid the successful hosting of the event.
Sponsors on board include: Berbice River Bridge Company, Air Services Limited, Banks DIH, Big G Lumber yard, Caricom Auto Sales, Impressive Signs and Graphics, Soreidom Guyana Inc, Rambrich Service Station, Poonai’s Pharmacy of Rose Hall Town, Rohan Auto Spares, BM Soat Auto Spares, Muneahwar Hardware Store, Hand-in-Hand Insurance Company, Super Bet, ISG Industrial Supplies of Guyana Inc, D. Telokie & Sons Trucking Service, BM Soat Auto Sales and Anand and Sons Electrical.
The B Class event as the main race and is open to all imported and Guyana Bred B class horses and covers a distance of 2000m for a whopping $2M for the winner with second collecting $1M, third $500,000, fourth $250,000 and fifth $125,000.
There is the E & lower 1500m race for all imported and Guyana Bred 3 years and up and those rated E class and lower for a sumptuous $1.2M winner’s purse.
The G & Lower Guyana and West Indies Bred racehorses cover 1500m with the winner carting off $700,000, the H3 & lower race for Guyana and West Indies bred horses has a $400,000 pay day over a distance of 1100m, the 2 years old Guyana Bred horses will run over a similar 1100m distance with $350,000 the purse on offer for the winner, while 3 year old Guyana bred and I1 & Lower class racehorses will look to cash in on the $300,000 first prize over 1100m. The J2 & K & Lower class will be battling for a $250,000 purse, while the L& Lower non-winners will collide for a $200,000 winners take, both events also over 1100m.

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