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Lockdown Day 62 – Snap Puzzle

Chippy finds Kundalini

Chippy was the first poster to identify yesterday’s lockdown day 61 pic of Kundalini with Johnny Geroudis up winning the 1994 R500 000 Bloodline Classic.

The daughter of El Gran Senor was allowed to start at 7/1, and ran on nicely to account for Record Edge and Rusty Pelican.

Can you tell us who today’s mystery horse is and what race was it?

Answer will be published tomorrow morning with the new day’s puzzle pic.


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9 comments on “Lockdown Day 62 – Snap Puzzle

  1. Billy says:

    The Bloodline Classic is incorrect. Kundalini carried saddlecloth 14 in this race and 17 in the Dingaans

    1. Editor says:

      Thanks Billy – we will investigate the race name – our library shows it as different

  2. POTOMAC says:

    Mark Anthony Queens plate M Sutherland 2nd Royal Chalice

  3. Billy says:

    Refer to Sporting Post Sands of Time February1994. Week 6-12 February. There is a photograph of Kundalini winning the Dingaans wearing saddle cloth number 17. The Classic was run in April 1994

  4. POTOMAC says:

    Mark Anthony Queens pl M Sutherland 2nd Royal Chalice

  5. Pops says:

    In 2014 Sporting Post had it correct.
    Part of Sporting Post write up 2014 with saddle cloth 17.

    Prior to the main race, three-year-olds contest the Gr2 Dingaans over a mile. The favourite wins here, too, when El Gran Senor filly Kundalini gets the better of Coastal’s son Rusty Pelican and Circus Gate.

  6. Frederick says:

    Mark Anthony ridden by Felix Coetzee for trainer Terrance Millard winning the 1988 J & B Met by about 6 lengths from Western Wind, Aquanaut, Singing Boy.

  7. Mich says:

    Looks like Jungle Warrior

  8. Frederick says:

    Mark Anthony was co-owned by Laurie Jaffee, Graham Beck & Abe Swersky but these colours look like neither of them.
    These colours look more like Charles Engelhard colours of green with yellow cross sashes.
    If it is Charles Engelhard colours, then it is Hawaii ridden by Raymond Rhodes for trainer George Azzie winning the 1967 Clairwood Winter Handicap.

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