His announcements will be aired on Nyra network as well as Fox network.
Andy Serling; a respected racehorse announcer, is set to present in Caymanas Park this Saturday. This announcement was made by Solomon Sharpe, the executive chairman of Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment Limited.
Sterling will be a special guest in the prestigious Mouttet Mile event. This is one of the most popular event in the Jamaican racing calendar. The event is famous for creating unforgettable moments in Caymanas Park as well as attracting world-class talent. Sharpe said that this guest appearance will add some spice into the event. He described the American announcer as one of the biggest horseracing presenters. Serling has a podcast that reaches millions of people. Additionally, he is also on television with Nyra and Fox.
Sharpe said that Serling is excited about the idea of working in Jamaica. Serling believes that this trip to the Caribbean nation will be like a working vacation. Sharpe insisted that this move is meant to export Jamaica’s racing to the rest of the world. Jamaican racing event have been in existence for more than one hundred years. On the other hand, Caymanas Park has hosted racing events for more than 64 years. This upcoming event is meant to take things to new heights.
Serling will be the leader of a three-man team that will include Eldon Phillips and Robert Klatt. Their announcements will be aired on Nyra network as well as Fox network. The new announcers will provide insight, expertise and an in-depth analysis of horses. This information is important in helping horseracing enthusiasts make proper decisions when making picks.
Serling is expected to work in collaboration with Jamaican announcer Michael Cain.
The Mouttet Mile has built a reputation for hosting top-quality thoroughbred races. The event is expected to draw a large crowd; it boasts of a substantial purse of US$150,000. The attendees are expected to experience an improved experience with the addition of the accomplished American announcer.
Sharpe encouraged fans to come out in large numbers. He promised thrilling horseracing action.