Jaleemar was too much in the Clásico Camarero

Jaleemar and jockeyHéctor Berríos heading towards triumph in the Clásico Camarero 2011.
Jaleemar and jockey Héctor Berríos heading towards triumph in the Clásico Camarero 2011.

The two-year-old native Jaleemar made her name included within the tops of the division after effortlessly dominating the 54th edition of the Clásico Camarero, held on Sunday, October 16, at Hipódromo Camarero with prizes of $92,762.

Jaleemar ran placed second behind the leader Taurina, who had the pointer from the beginning of the 1,400 meters, but saw her advantage reduced little by little until reaching the last stretch, threatened by the winner, who later took over the lead in the last 200 meters to finish first by a margin of five lengths. The final time for the event was 1:27.65, after Taurina took the fractions of :23.14, :46.93 and 1:13.71.

The winner is a property of Anadelma stable and trained by Ramón Morales. Conduction was by Héctor Berríos, who achieved his third stakes victory of the year. Last Sunday, Berríos won the Día De La Raza with the imported two-year -old Aracelis Baby M, also trained Ramón Morales.

On the oher hand, the Pick-6 payed $668.90 with six winners and $14 with five. The winning combination was 5 – 2 – 6 – 8 – 6 – 4.


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