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ARC must be transparent with stakeholders

Mem­bers of the rac­ing fra­ter­ni­ty are com­ing out and ask­ing the ARC to state clear­ly why the de­ci­sion was made to re­move the race, which the Club placed on the turf course for the first time to be cre­ative ear­li­er this year

Many own­ers, train­ers, and rac­ing en­thu­si­asts have come out and ex­pressed their dis­plea­sure to­wards the de­ci­sion of the Ari­ma Race Club (ARC) for re­mov­ing the Mid­sum­mer Clas­sic from the Clas­sic Di­ary.

Mem­bers of the rac­ing fra­ter­ni­ty are com­ing out and ask­ing the ARC to state clear­ly why the de­ci­sion was made to re­move the race, which the Club placed on the turf course for the first time to be cre­ative ear­li­er this year.

This has been the mode at San­ta Rosa Park since own­ers and train­ers have been in­formed that there will be no ‘Triple Crown’, this year. The ARC has now in­formed own­ers and train­ers by virtue of a meet­ing held last week of the Fram­ing Com­mit­tee.

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On Au­gust 26, ARC pres­i­dent Robert Bernard stat­ed that «should the pan­dem­ic not let up and we are un­able to get clear­ance un­til Oc­to­ber then the Triple Crown races will be con­test­ed be­gin­ning in Oc­to­ber/No­vem­ber with the pres­ti­gious fi­nal leg, the Trinidad Der­by be­ing run off on De­cem­ber 26 Box­ing Day».

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Stake­hold­ers are un­hap­py with the de­ci­sion to can­cel any of the ‘Triple Crown’ events and are par­tic­u­lar­ly per­turbed that they were not con­sult­ed or giv­en an op­por­tu­ni­ty to share their thoughts on the mat­ter.

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Speak­ing to Guardian Me­dia Sports on Tues­day, for­mer Rac­ing Sec­re­tary Som­dath Ma­haraj when asked about the cur­rent state of events he stat­ed: «As we know trans­paren­cy is al­ways need­ed in horse rac­ing as the sport is present­ly on life sup­port. With the pan­dem­ic, it costs own­ers a lot of mon­ey to up­keep the an­i­mals and at this time they should be the ones with the loud­est voic­es. But with the cur­rent sit­u­a­tion with the Ari­ma Race Club‘s pres­i­dent Robert Bernard and the RTA pres­i­dent Glem Mo­hammed clear­ly goes to show that the ARC just wants what’s best for them­selves and not the in­dus­try. If a de­ci­sion is made to scrap a Clas­sic race, all stake­hold­ers should have an in­put, es­pe­cial­ly the own­ers who in­vest a lot in the sport.

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«Mr Robert Bernard be­ing the pres­i­dent of the ARC shouldn’t have any is­sue with in­for­ma­tion be­ing shared with stake­hold­ers as him­self and Mr John O’Brien (top train­er) who is al­so part of the man­age­ment com­mit­tee, is on the Race Fram­ing Com­mit­tee. When is­sues like these arise the reg­u­la­to­ry body who is the T&T Rac­ing Au­thor­i­ty (TTRA) should get in­volved but as you are aware Mr Bernard is al­so a mem­ber of the TTRA and that’s why all those boards need to be changed be­cause of the in­ces­tu­ous re­la­tion­ship that com­pro­mis­es all mat­ters. As you are aware it’s the tax­pay­ers’ dol­lars fund­ing a pri­vate mem­bers club and trans­paren­cy should be the pri­or­i­ty of the gov­ern­ment when ap­point­ing these boards», stat­ed Ma­haraj.

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He fur­ther stat­ed: «As the for­mer rac­ing sec­re­tary, every­thing dis­cussed at the Race Fram­ing Com­mit­tee was dis­cussed with all stake­hold­ers present. When dis­cussing mat­ters like the Clas­sics Di­ary min­utes were tak­en to avoid any mis­un­der­stand­ing. It’s quite clear that the club is try­ing to se­cure some­one’s in­ter­est.»

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