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Barrywhite put on melody and galloped 'em on the Jockey

He marked the line for them by booking 110”4 with jockey Jaime “Pochito” Lugo in the mud

The 5-year-old gray Barrywhite managed to consolidate himself in the Clásico Jockey Club de Venezuela, Grade 1, by winning by a wide advantage of bodies and managing 110”4 in the 1.800-meter journey on a muddy track, being led by the rider Jaime “Pochito ” Lugo for the “Alvajos” stud owned by José Carlos Gómez.

From the start, Shambra's grandson, the five-year-old Barrywhite, took the win for Juan Carlos García's stable. He now owns 6 photos in 14 performances on the track, in a memorable performance.

The gray horse Barrywhite moved with passages of 24”2 and 48”4, followed by Future and My Father Antonio in the first of changes, in the straight of the stables.

They indicated 73”2 for the 1.200 meters and 97”1 in the mile, and Barrywhite easily broke away from the curve, with the handicap of 55 kilos to put a melody to his photo, the son of Imaginary Sailor in Geronesa from the La Alhambra stud farm .

Second was the giant El De Froix in the final pass over Apistos and fourth fell the three-year-old Futuro and Danierold closed the board in an emotional test.

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After the success, the Zuliano "Pochito" Lugo said: "There is material with this horse, I assured García that I would escape and so the horse responded to me, he does well in the mud."

And the trainer Juan Carlos García jubilantly pointed out, after kissing his pensioner Barrywhite, the following: “We did a special job on the horse to avoid bleeding, and it did him good. Now we will continue applying the technique so that the horse continues in great evolution”.

The currency of the stud Alvajos, entered the record books of the Jockey Club de Venezuela match, given that they had previously won the event through Río Negro (2015) and El De Froix (2021), a currency that reached one, two and fourth in fair.

Amelazado ran committed to the mud, while Papa Pedro gave in and did not finish the joust.

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