An interesting runner in the opener at Fairview today is the Alan Greeff trained Delicasea, a first runner for Ascot Stud’s young Galileo sire, Global View.
A Group winner at 2 and 3, Global View’s first yearlings went for up to R1,3 million. He has four on offer at the Cape Premier Yearling Sale next month.
The Ascot Stud-bred Delicasea runs in a mixed sex 900m scurry – the Bipot opener on the card. She is out of the Var five-time winner, Caviar.
Her trainer expects her to run well, if not too green.
The false rail is set at 2,5m off zero to 1200m, increasing to 5m to the 800m mark, with a 5m spur.
First-timer / Rested horses comments:
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1 BELLA INN G D Smith: Bred for further
2 WHAT A CRACKER G D Smith: Speedy, will be thereabout
3 CYBER SECURITY S B Kotzen: Does have a bit of pace but it’s her first run and against colts/geldings
4 DELICASEA A C Greeff: Will run well if not too green
5 LEADER OF THE PACK G D Smith: If not too green, could win
6 SLOANE G D Smith: Speedy, will be thereabout
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14 LALENA G D Smith: Quartet chance
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