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Nel Filly – ‘Winning Chance’

Straight from the horse's mouth- Kenilworth Saturday


Race 1 – AL MARIACHI (1): Place chance.

Race 3 – SIRENNE FORT (8): Will need a run.


Trainer could not be contacted for comment.


Race 1 – RHINESTONE KID (6): He is a bit behind but does show some pace and could run into the back end of the quartet.


Race 1 – VALEDICTORIAN (7): Trainer could not be contacted for comment.


Race 2 – STRAAT – KIND (11): She is a nice filly and probably has a winning chance.


Race 1 – ARABIAN SONG (2): Has shown good ability back home and could sneak into the money on debut.

Race 1 – BENGAL TIGER  (3): Is having his first visit to the grass and will need this first experience.


Race 3 – SUAVE (9): A very neat colt, but needs further – expecting a progressive run.

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10 comments on “Nel Filly – ‘Winning Chance’”

    1. Was around Sheriff’s Star’s time – wasn’t he one of Eileen’s last?

      Could have been both – somehow memory suggests it was Corinne

  1. Mrs E.Bestel won the Winter Handicap with Jockey A. Reid. Was it Sabre? Please confirm my memory. Eileen was Clairwood based and always on the job. More support for the ladies please.

  2. What a shame Mrs.Plattner did not get the 10/1 she was entitled to ,before the crowd backed her first timer STRAAT – KIND
    After all she did pay thousands for the horse and had to pay training fees and vet bills and now she is out of pocket.That cannot be right? Do we hear ‘No comment’? .

  3. A lot of assumptions there JG. Is she a person that has a bet, would she have put 1000’s down having skin in the game already, would a bookmaker give her anything but SP. The only person that deserves 10/1 on any first timer is one that has no knowledge that it has the actual ability of a 2/1 or better.

  4. Dear James. Very few can actually claim to make a profit on punting at the end of the day. What keeps a punter coming back is the good thing that crops up every so often. If all punters went away and never came back Mrs Plattner would be paying for her own stakes if, in fact horse racing existed at that point. Your concern for Mrs Plattner is admirable, but she’ll be OK.

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