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Action from Caymanas Park
May 17, 2016
Apprentice Hakeem Pottinger completing a four-length win aboard DUSSELDORF in last Saturday's sixth race.
MANDEYA (right) is pushed out by jockey Aaaron Chatrie to take last Saturday's third race.
SIR LEYLAND HALL (apprentice Bebeto Harvey) easing to victory by five lengths in last Saturday's eighth race.
TARANTINO (outside with Jerome Innis up) powering to victory in last Saturday's fifth race.
Hot favourite BLESSEDNESS (outside) with apprentice Bebeto Harvey aboard winning last Saturday's fourth race ahead of 16-1 shot POWERFUL RED (Anthony Thomas).
Action from Caymanas Park.
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