Buccoo Goat Race Prize-giving
Buccoo Village Council public relations officer Winston Pereira, left, presents Gerome Clarke with the winner’s prize for the C2 Class race won by the goat “Easy Target.”
THA Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles presents owner/trainer Rudolph Charles with the winner’s prize in the Chief Secretary’s A Class Derby race for the goat “100 Per Cent.”
John Pollard, left, presents Damian Daire with the winner’s prize. Daire is the owner of the goat “Problem Child”. “Problem Child” won the C2 Class race.
Bmobile representative Onica Blackman presents Kerlon Sandy with the winner’s prize for the C1 class race, won by “My Way.”
Audience members at the Buccoo Village Council’s annual goat races prize distribution ceremony, Buccoo Integrated Facility on Tuesday night (May 2, 2017).
The prize distribution ceremony was held on Tuesday (May 2, 2017) for the 92nd annual Buccoo Goat and Crab Race Festival, which was held last month (April 19, 2017). The Festival, which was held at the Buccoo Integrated Facility attracts thousands of spectators each year. Goat racing, which historically has been held on the Tuesday after Easter, is a popular annual event in Tobago. The Festival includes goat and crab racing, as well as cultural performances.