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Brigadier Wood calls the shots


Added 08 June 2019


Brigadier Wood, with Rasheed Hughes in the saddle, winning the feature race, the St Ann’s Garrison Handicap over 2 000 metres. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe.)

One treble and three individual doubles were recorded on the Historic Bridgetown And Its Garrison Raceday card yesterday at the Garrison Savannah.

Highlighting the package was the combination of owner Sir David Seale, his trainer Liz Deane and jockey Rasheed Hughes.

The trio basked in glory as Brigadier Wood effortlessly won the featured St Ann’s Garrison Handicap over 2 000 metres for three-year-old and older horses.

There was no stopping the rampaging Brigadier Wood as he hammered the 80-62 and below rated horses to win his fifth race this year. (LY)

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