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Three winners for Chase Maujean

Chase Maujean was at the top of his game at Turffontein on Saturday.

His hat-trick included a Gr2 win and a hard fought Listed success in the Racing Association Handicap – the longest race on Summer Cup day – on the 7yo mare, Bondiblu.

The final leg of the record-breaking Pick 6 produced a grandstand finish as two girls took on the opposite sex.

Chase Maujean gets Bondiblu up on the line (Pic – JC Photos)

Going into the final 200m, it was any one of Ali Bon Dubai (4-1), Factory Fifty (7-2) and the flying Bondblu (7-1), but Maujean had timed it sweetly and the 7yo picked up a deserved first stakes victory when she got the better of Ali Bon Dubai by a quarter length in a time of 208,82 secs.

Factor Fifty stayed on 0,75 lengths back in third.

Trainer Weiho Marwing has been through a quiet patch but he has few peers getting them ready to win over ground. The mare was formerly with the late Stan Ferreira.

A R100 000 Cape Premier Yearling Sale graduate, Bondiblu was bred by Vanree Stud and is by stakes winner Seul Amour (Zabeel) out of the five-time winner Blue Paradise (Jallad).

Bondiblu has won 9 races with 18 places from 52 starts for stakes of R887 975.

The Pick 6 paid a mouthwatering R5 016 220,50.

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3 comments on “True Blue

  1. Chantell says:

    So proud of him not recognised enough, but his time will come 🐎🐎🐎🐎

  2. dorrie sham says:

    The hardest working jockey in SA

  3. Clinton says:

    Well done Chase
    Just need the chances
    Good to see some trainers recognising you

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