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The Calendar 2022, the HRD shares the season meetings

For the second year in a row, the beginning of the much anticipated horse racing season will be affected by the Covid 19 sanitary measures still in force in Mauritius until the end of June. Again this year, horse racing will take place behind closed doors (in camera) with a maximum of 150 employees attending on race days, yet yesterday 2 airplanes landed with 300+ passengers elbows to elbows (no comment). Yesterday, the world horse racing fans all other the world watched the fairy tale win and the perfect retirement gift of amateur jockey @swaleycohen, who had an amazing ride and finish on Noble Yeats at Aintree Racecourse. The world witnessed a sell-out crowd of 70,000 people cheered on Grand National winner Noble Yeats. All racegoers were celebrating and dancing away 2 years of covid restrictions in the UK which lifted all restrictions. Many racegoers were without masks and nor social distancing. Yet, here in Mauritius Island in 30+ degree heat, we are still enforcing face masks, and restrictions which does not work (many studies out there), let alone the useless vaccines which does not prevent any transmission nor does it stop nor protects the vaccinated  from getting the C19. This decision comes despite the fact that several European, Latin American countries and Indian Ocean Islands have all lifted these detrimental sanitary, social and economical protocols in their countries for their economical survival and booster. For any GVT officials or advisors reading in here are 25+ countries that have dropped all Covid restrictions around the world, our neighbours the Maldives, UK, Mexico, Montenegro to name but a few.  Let’s hope we are not the 200th country to do so.

We will update this page as soon as we get more details from the HRD.

RMDatesFeature Races
1Saturday, 23 April 2022The Noble Salute Plate – G3 990m
2Saturday, 30 April 2022The 50th Anniversary Independent Cup – 1400m 
3Saturday, 07 May 2022 
4Saturday, 14 May 2022The Duchess Of York Cup – G 2 1400m (WFA)
5Saturday, 21 May 2022La Coupe Du Cent Cinquantenaire -G3 1500m
6Saturday, 28 May 2022 
7Saturday, 04 June 2022The Derby Trial – G3 1400m
8Saturday, 11 June 2022The Bicentenary Cup G2 -1500m
9Saturday, 18 June 2022The 3 Year Old Championship – 1st Leg – 1400m 
10Saturday, 25 June 2022 
11Saturday, 04 June 2022 
12Sunday, 12 June 2022The Barbe Cup – G1 1600m (WFA)
13Saturday, 16 July 2022The Mauritius Guineas – G2 1600m
14Saturday, 23 July 2022 
15Saturday, 30 July 2022The Lightning Cup – G2 990m
16Sunday, 31 July 2022The Mauritius Derby – G1 1850m (WFA)
17Saturday, 06 August 2022The Golden Trophy – G2 2200m
18Saturday, 13 August 2022 
 BREAKBREAK
19Saturday, 27 August 2022 The Hinterland Cup – G3 1400m 
20Saturday, 03 September 2022 
21Sunday, 11 September 2022The Maiden Cup – G1 2400m (WFA)
22Saturday, 17 September 2022 
23Saturday, 24 September 2022The Princess Margarette Cup – G1 1400m (WFA)
24Saturday, 01 October 2022 
25Saturday, 08 October 2022 
26Saturday, 15 October 2022The Colonel Draper Cup – G2 1500m
27Saturday, 22 October 2022La Coupe des Présidents – G2 2100m
28Saturday, 29 October 2022 
29Sunday, 06 November 2022The Duke Of York Cup – G1 1600m (WFA)
30Saturday, 12 November 2022 
31Saturday, 19 November 2022The 175th Anniversary Cup – G3 1850m
32Saturday, 26 November 2022 
33Saturday, 03 December 2022 
34Sunday, 04 December 2022

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