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Spankhurst, Stolen Money lead earnings from horse racing

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Stolen Money is ranked second among Guyana’s top 10 horses

The top horse of the Jumbo Jet Racing Stables, Spankhurst, and the champion horse of the Simply Royal Racing Stables, Stolen Money, are currently Guyana’s top earners for the year 2024 after competing in five races.
According to calculations, Spankhurst has earned G$4.5 million, while Stolen Money, who got the better of Spankhurst in the last race meet held in April, has earned G$4,45 million.
Horse of the year for 2023, Spankhurst, has had four starts this year, and has secured two first places.
Stolen Money has had five starts, having raced on each race days for the year thus far, and has recorded two first places.
Underdog horse Bossalina has had starts in two races, and is ranked as Guyana’s third top horse in 2024. Bossalina has earned G$2.5 million, having recorded one first place and one third place in the two starts she has had this season.

Despite a recent defeat, Spankhurst is still Guyana’s leading horse

Country Rock sits in fourth place, the three-year-old having had three first places and one second place in four starts. Country Rock has earned G$1.750 million.
Firecracker rounds out the top five horses after five official race days in 2024, having secured two first places in the two starts he has had, and having earned stakes equivalent to G$1.375 million.
Creemore, another horse of the Simply Royal Racing Stables, sits in sixth place, while Easy Time is seventh, having started in only one race this season, and recording a second-place spot.
Money Time is in eight while Jessica’s Pride and She WBO On Time are the other horses to complete the top 10 horses in Guyana after five official race days.
The next race day is billed for July 1 at the Port Mourant Turf Club. That race will be a preview of the Jumbo Jet’s Guyana Cup which will be run off on August 19 at the Rising Sun Turf Club. Horses will use the July 1 race as much-needed competitive preparation for this marquee event in August.

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