The biggest racing day in Jamaica is Saturday, Dec. 2 with the running of the $21.7 million (JAM) MOUTTET MILE and Woodbine rider DAISUKE FUKUMOTO will be taking part in the big race and nine other races on the 10-race card.
American rider JULIEN LEPAROUX is also at Caymanas Park on the Caribbean island to ride the featured race which is worth about $142,000 (US) and is 1,600 meters on the dirt.
Fukumoto will partner 6-to-1 chance PERFECT BREW in the Mouttet Mile from post 13 in the 16-horse field. Perfect Brew, trained by Richard Azan, is a three-time winner this year and son of Bern Identity from a Milwaukee Brew mare.
Leparoux rides ROUGH ENTRY, a son of Poseidon Warrior, co-owned and trained by Rohan Crichton. Rough Entry won his latest race at Gulfstream Park in Florida in September and is a speedy six-year-old horse stretching out in distance.
Ontario-bred AMERICAN TAP, who arrived in Jamaica from Gulfstream to race in October, won the Nunes Memorial in his Caymanas debut. The six-year-old horse is by Tapiture – American Castle by Quiet American and he was bred by Ivan Dalos.
The Mouttet Mile is race 11 on Saturday at Caymanas Park with a post time of 4:45 p.m. You can watch and wager on the card at HPIBet.com.
Race program HERE.