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Fourth win of the year for Caid Sly

Caid Sly won this weekend's most important race at the Marsa racetrack. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Driven by Ludvic Ghigo, French Caid Sly won Sunday’s most important race at the Marsa Racetrack. This was open for class Premier trotters on a long distance of 2640m and formed part of the 44th meeting of the season consisting of eleven races all for trotters. Cliferty Calleja finished as the best driver with three wins.

Thirteen trotters participated in the class Premier race.

Venale (Paul Galea) was the fastest horse at first, opening a small lead from Italian newcomer Black In Black (Charles Camilleri) and Temon Your SM (Herman Mc Kay). However around 300m from the end Venale started to slow down and eventually was overtaken by Caid Sly (Ludvic Ghigo) which sealed its fourth win of the season by half length from Baladin Du Reynard (Noel Baldacchino) and Caprice De Cosse (Mario Fenech). Victory Wind (Joseph Cassar) ended in fourth place. The winner clocked an average time of 1.17.2” per kilometer.  

Another meeting at the Marsa Racetrack will be held on Sunday. The first race should start at 1.30pm.

Sunday’s winners

Race 1. Class Copper. Dist – 2640m. 1. Cupidon De Bassard (Cliferty Calleja) – 1.18.3”

Race 2. Class Copper. Dist – 2640m. 1. Idole De Neret (Paul Galea) – 1.18.1”

Race 3. Class Bronze. Dist – 2640m. 1. Iglesias Boshoeve (Cliferty Calleja) – 1.18.6”

Race 4. Class Copper. Dist – 2640m. 1. Croque Tout (Paul Galea) – 1.18.4”

Race 5. Class Gold. Dist – 2640m. 1. En Toi J’Espere (Cherise Farrugia) – 1.16.1”

Race 6. Class Gold. Dist – 2640m. 1. Typhoeus Face (Noel Baldacchino) – 1.17.1”

Race 7. Class Premier. Dist – 2640m. 1. Caid Sly (Ludvic Ghigo) – 1.17.2”

Race 8. Class Gold. Dist – 2640m. 1. Bicetre (Cliferty Calleja) – 1.16.1”

Race 9. Class Gold. Dist – 2640m. 1. Zidane D.E. (Chris Grech) – 1.17.1”

Race 10. Class Bronze. Dist – 2640m. 1. Half Tege (Patrick Spiteri) – 1.17.5”

Race 11. Class Gold. Dist – 2640m. 1. Enclos (Rodney Gatt) – 1.16.4”

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