Fearless Soul to provide Bridgmohan with win in Caymanas debut

by kattiehoney61

Patrick Lynch’s CALIFORNIA GOLD, who finished a length and three-quarters behind FEARLESS SOUL last Sunday, is the only horse Shaun Bridgmohan has to keep an eye on in division one of Saturday’s George HoSang Trophy at five and a half furlongs.

Aiming to add another first to his impressive resume of more than 3,000 victories in the United States of America (USA), where he twice finished 17th in national earnings, Jamaica-born Eclipse Award-winning Bridgmohan, historically partners Philip Feanny’s FEARLESS SOUL as his first-ever mount at Caymanas Park.

Bridgmohan, who has twice won six races on a card in North America, first at Aqueduct in 1998 and at Fair Grounds in New Orleans in 2007, has a great shot at scoring a hole-in-one with FEARLESS SOUL, who weakened in the stretch run at a mile last Sunday after disputing the lead from the one-hole with EAZY PEAZY.

FEARLESS SOUL returns minus blinkers, suggesting the Soul Warrior-Rumble colt should be more relaxed in what should be friendlier splits with EAZY PEAZY competing in division two.

Meanwhile, division two is set to be a cracker with EAZY PEAZY, KEM, KAI ON THE GO, and the USA-bred pair of FLYBLUEJET and JOY IS GOLDEN, all aiming to gun the headline.

FLYBLUEJET won impressively among non-winners of two races on January 20 and could have improved significantly. However, KEM and JOY IS GOLDEN won’t be welcoming neighbours among non-winners-of-three, whereas EAZY PEAZY could be the fly in the ointment at 111 lb.

Along with another Jamaican riding icon, Hall of Famer George HoSang, who the annual feature race honours for his exploits in the saddle, locally and internationally, Bridgmohanwill be guest speaker at a Jamaica Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Foundation (JTHF) fund-raiser set for Jamaica Officers’ Club, Up Park Camp, on Monday.

The event is assisting to raise funds for the customs clearance of tack sourced by JTHF, which will be distributed among horsemen at Caymanas Park.

Bridgmohan, who migrated to the USA at age 13 from Spanish Town, first worked in Florida as a hot-walker, groom and exercise rider before starting his riding career on graduating from high school, earning his first win at Calder Race Course in August 1997.

The Jamaican’s breakout came six months later, on February 15, 1998, when he won six races at Aqueduct Racetrack in Queens, New York, finishing that year, as the winner of the Eclipse Award for Outstanding Apprentice Jockey.

The first Jamaican to ride in the Kentucky Derby in 2006, Bridgmohan created history in 2014, alongside his countryman, Rajiv Maragh, finishing second and fourth aboard COMMANDING CURVE and WICKED STRONG, respectively.

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