Horses shine at Corridor 13 competition

26 Mar 2019 17:30pm
WINDHOEK, 26 MAR (NAMPA) – Race horses Stebbins, Eagle, von Trotha, Prince de lago, Symbol of Freedom, Kuaima and Spanish Queen amongst others shone at the just-ended Aminius Horse Racing Independence Bash competition in the Omaheke Region.

The event was organised by the Corridor Turf Club (CTC) and held at Corridor 13 in the Omeheke Region.

Stebbins from the Professor Supporters Club (PSC) won the main race of 2 000 meters (m) and took home N. dollars 2 500 plus a sheep, while Starlile from Okahandja Racing Club (ORC) came second in place, pocketing N. dollars 1 500.

Starlile was followed by PSC’s Shadaloo, which took home N.dollars 1 000 in third place.

Under the maiden division, the 1 000m was won by Spanish Queen from Kalahari Racing, while Blou and Symbol of Freedom took second and third place respectively.

Majoongue and Shadow Play from Corridor Racing won the 1000m under the boer-perd beginners and top category, respectively.

Kuaima from ORC won race A of the 1 000m nam-bred beginners while Surprise Number One won race B.

In the 1 600m nam-bred maiden race, Symbol of Freedom emerged victorious.

Professor Junior won the 1 000m graduation race, followed by Bright Eye in second place, while Diesel from Kalahari Racing took third place.

The 1 000m and 1 800m under the D-division category, was won by Eagle and took home a cow for winning the race.

Von Trotha scooped 1000m and 2000m of the A-division.

Prince de Lago won the 1000m in Thorough-bred open race, whereas Rockly Beach won the 1 800m in the same race.

Formed in 2016, CTC is aimed at promoting horse-racing among Corridor inhabitants and sport in the Aminius Constituency.

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