Friday, April 19, 2024

Fashion statement


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This wasn’t Just A Fashion. It was a fashion statement.

The large crowd traditionally associated with Boxing Day at the races was on hand yesterday at the Garrison Savannah to witness another sensational performance by Aysha syndicate’s Just A Fashion as he tormented a field of five enroute to his ninth career win. He also silenced any doubts about who is the country’s top horse.

Jockey Jalon Samuel was only required to steer the son of Old Fashion out of Heir To The Queen around early leader Vitality, who cut out the early moderate fractions, in the Diamonds International /Crown Of Light Stakes And Trophy for horses rated 140-122 and those rated 121 and below over 1 570 metres.

Please read the full story in today’s Saturday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.


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