Trainer Vaughan Marshall’s unbeaten Kuda Sprint winner Agent Of Fortune is a nominee for the Gr3 Cape Classic to be run at Kenilworth on Saturday 27 October.
Marshall won the Cape Classic last year with subsequent Cape Guineas winner Tap O’Noth.
Together with Sean Tarry trained SA Nursery runner-up Cirillo, whom Agent Of Fortune defeated in the Kuda Sprint, the pair continue to head the latest log for the R2,5 million CTS Ready To Run Stakes to be contested over 1400m at Kenilworth on 24 November.
The race is restricted to eligible graduates of the 2017 CTS Ready To Run Sales with entries closing at 11h00 on Monday 12 November.
Supplementary entries close at 11h00 on Wednesday 14 November with declarations due on 15 November.
First cheque will be R1 250 000 right down to R30 000 for tenth finisher.
The final field will be determined by a panel appointed by the Racing Operator
Please note that:
The Log is intended as a guide only and is purely based on performances thus far.
Fillies will receive a 2.5kg allowance. This has been added to all raced fillies for log purposes.
The Log excludes horses without an official NHRA Merit Rating.