Banker The Captain In Met Day Pick 6

Pick 6 opener off at 13h50

Captain’s Ransom, going for her third straight victory in the Gr1 race, will be a popular banker in the projected R10 million WSB Cape Town Met day Pick 6 on Saturday.

The R1 million Schweppes Gr1 Majorca Stakes is the opening leg of the bumper exotic and is off at 13h50.

This is what the trainers told Michele Wing’s Racing News.

Captain’s Ransom: “I do think she’s better over a mile and shorter. She comes in extremely well and you can expect a big showing from her”, Justin Snaith.

Desert Miracle: She was eye-catching in the Cartier Sceptre Stakes when “flashing home from stone last”, Jehan Malherbe. Christophe Soumillon is back in the irons (Racing News).

Silver Darling: “I think she’s better over further. I think she’ll run a game race. You can expect a good run from her here. She’s very well at home”, Justin Snaith.

Chansonette; “The prep the last 6 weeks going into this race has been terrific. We think she’s back to her best. In these kind of races pace is everything, tactics is everything, so that’s where the jockeys must earn their keep ’, Andre Nel.

Ciao Bella: “She did not like the sprint previously and also pulled up with a little bit of a bug after that race. I’ve got her back to where she was. But when you’re up against Captain’s Ransom it’s never going to be easy”, Justin Snaith.

Golden Hostess: “Golden Hostess is a filly that is really not far off any of them. She’s about 2 lengths off Captain’s Ransom (using collateral form to Make It Snappy). I’ll be very happy if we can finish in the money”, Candice Bass-Robinson.

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