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Pa­trons will be al­lowed to see live Horse rac­ing at San­ta Rosa Park, Ari­ma on Sat­ur­day, when the Ari­ma Race club stages its Day 18 pro­gramme of the 2020 sea­son. Since Mid-March be­cause of the coro­n­avirus (COVID-19) pan­dem­ic, sev­en and a half months ago, no fans were al­lowed to be in the stands or on the track to cheer for their favourite horse at the fa­cil­i­ty.

How­ev­er, the sport re­sumed at the end of June with­out spec­ta­tors but to­day for the run­ning of the sec­ond Jew­el of lo­cal rac­ing’s ‘Triple Crown’ se­ries the Grade One which is spon­sored by NL­CB – the Mid­sum­mer Clas­sic, it will be back to its usu­al am­bi­ence.

Last week Sat­ur­day Prime Min­is­ter Dr Kei­th Row­ley gave the green light for Bet­ting out­lets to op­er­ate at fifty per cent ca­pac­i­ty from last Mon­day.

With Pri­vate Bet­ting Shops and the Ari­ma Race Club (ARC), Off-Track Bet­ting in St James and Curepe opened, pun­ters can place their pets if not com­ing to the track. The ARC has found it very dif­fi­cult to re­main afloat with on­ly on­line and tele­phone bet­ting.

How­ev­er, pa­trons will not be al­lowed on the premis­es with­out a mask and they will al­so have to un­der­go tem­per­a­ture checks as well as prac­tice so­cial dis­tanc­ing.

There will al­so be sani­tis­ing sta­tion all around the cen­tralised Fa­cil­i­ty.

In a re­lease from the Chief Ex­ec­u­tive Of­fi­cer of the Ari­ma Race Club – Ken­wyn Ogeer, the ARC has an­nounced that pa­trons up to a max­i­mum of 50% ca­pac­i­ty will be al­lowed at the track and all Covid 19 pro­to­cols will be in ef­fect. Per­sons will be al­lowed en­try on a first come first serve ba­sis and those per­sons who do not meet the re­quire­ments of the pro­to­col will be de­nied en­try.

The fea­ture event is the NL­CB Mid­sum­mer Clas­sic, the sec­ond leg of the Triple Crown Se­ries, which will be Race 6 on the card. The race has at­tract­ed a field of ten (10) of the best 3 yr olds in the coun­try and in­cludes six (6) Na­tive Breds and four (4) Ja­maicans. Head­ing the field is Wise Guy which won the Guineas Clas­sic, the first leg of the Triple Crown, on Re­pub­lic Day. There­fore he is the on­ly one that has a chance of sweep­ing the three races. This PT Rac­ing owned colt by Jou­vert will be the pun­ters’ choice but he will be up against his sta­ble com­pan­ion, the con­sis­tent fil­ly Bel­la Ri­va, which fin­ished sec­ond in the Guineas, her on­ly ca­reer loss.

The ac­tion starts at 12:35 pm with the first race for Na­tive Bred three-year-old and over hors­es. Race 3 is for Horse rat­ed 60 to 45 and is the on­ly turf race on the card and the fi­nal race which is open to hors­es rat­ed 40 to 25 is sched­uled to be run off at 4:45 pm. The race is al­so a sprint for Hors­es rat­ed 80 to 60.

Races 5 and 7 are the Hi-5 bet­ting races and simul­cast from pop­u­lar North Amer­i­can tracks will be avail­able through­out the af­ter­noon.

LINK ORIGINAL: The Trinidad Guardian

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