Checkers flew for Rick Green in Saturday’s IMCA Modified feature at I-37 Speedway. “I was kind of a sitting duck running out front. Once someone shows you the nose you think if you should be there, too,” he added. “I was still beating him on the bottom but once I moved up top the car was so much faster. That’s when I was able to get away from him.” After a couple rocky tries at starts, Green powered his way to the front on lap three, held off Dillon Tindall through the early stages and then pulled away the final half to secure the victory. Tindall ended in second and Anthony Gordon was third. By J.M. Hallas PLEASANTON, Texas (Aug. 10) – Rick Green picked another IMCA Modified win, coming from eighth starting Saturday at I-37 Speedway. “It’s a long way when you have to start back in the fourth row,” said Green. “It worked out pretty good. Once Dillon showed me the line the second time, I knew there must be something up there. That’s when I went up to the high side and the car was excellent.”
ORGANISERS of the Guyana Cup Rematch horse race meet have released a provisional eight-race programme.The one-day race meet, which is organised by the Jumbo Jet establishment, is billed for December 3 at the Rising Sun Turf Club.According to the provisional programme, the feature event is for horses classified C and Lower. The race is over a distance of 1200m and at stake is $1M and a trophy.The co-feature event will see horses in the F Class and Lower competing over 1200m.Other races on the card includes the: H1 and Lower (1200m), three-year-old Guyana-bred (1200m), two-year-old Guyana-bred (1200m) , K Class (1200m), L and Lower (1200m) and the L-Class Non Earners since Guyana Cup 2017.For more information contact: Chandu Ramkissoon (624-9063/608-9063/232-063), Alan Padmore (232-9115), Rajin (Lion) (608-4050) or Nikita Ross (662-4668).