Charles Dickens Amongst WSB Cape Town Met 2023 Entries

Save the date - 28 January 2023

Charles Dickens – newsmaking 3yo is Met entry (Pic – Chase Liebenberg)

The first entries for the 2023 R2 million WSB Cape Town Met were received on Wednesday.

The Cape flagship is run on Saturday 28 January 2023 at the peak of the Hollywoodbets Kenilworth Summer Festival Of Racing.

Heading the 26-strong entry is the Crawford-Rix trained defending champion Kommetdieding, who runs at Hollywoodbets Kenilworth on Saturday in the World Sports Betting Gr2 Green Point Stakes.

Only two 3yo’s in Cousin Casey and the boom Trippi colt Charles Dickens are in the first entry contingent. Both are Hollywoodbets Cape Guineas entries.

 R2 000 000 2000m (Turf)
0 Airways Law Andre Nel 112
0 Al Muthana (AUS) Ricky Maingard 125
0 Baratheon Piet Botha 96
0 Belgarion Justin Snaith 121
0 Chansonette Andre Nel 121
0 Charles Dickens Candice Bass-Robinson 121
0 Cousin Casey Glen Kotzen 115
0 Do It Again Justin Snaith 126
0 Gem King Piet Steyn 104
0 Golden Ducat Eric Sands 128
0 Jet Dark Justin Snaith 130
0 Kommetdieding HWJ Crawford/M Rix 129
0 Linebacker Vaughan Marshall 124
0 Marina Candice Bass-Robinson 117
0 Pacaya Justin Snaith 100
0 Pomp And Power Justin Snaith 118
0 Rain In Holland Sean Tarry 118
0 Rascallion Vaughan Marshall 124
0 Safe Passage Mike de Kock 124
0 Senso Unico Vaughan Marshall 108
0 Silvano’s Timer Dean Kannemeyer 109
0 Sparkling Water Mike de Kock 122
0 Universal Adam Marcus 114
0 Waterberry Lane Dean Kannemeyer 116
0 Winchester Mansion Brett Crawford 99
0 Zapatillas Brett Crawford 118

First supplementary entries are due by 11h00 on Monday 19 December.

Final supplementary entries are due by Monday 9 January 2023, on which date the weights will be published.

Declarations must be made by 11h00 on Wednesday 18 January.

Final field and barrier draws will be announced at an event on Wednesday 18 January 2023.

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