Classic Day – Projected R5 Million Pick 6 Up For Grabs

First leg off at 13h45

With a projected R5 million Pick 6 pool on the day, two of our most decorated horses meet for the first time at Turffontein on Saturday in the R1,5 million Wilgerbosdrift Gr1 HF Oppenheimer Horse Chestnut Stakes.

Princess Calla and Puerto Manzano bump heads for the first time in a wide open leg of the exotic that sees 3yo Main Defender adding some spice to a wide open race.

The Pick 6 first leg (Race 4) is off at 13h45 and a R1 million carryover is likely to see a R5 million pool.

Aldo Domeyer has stood down from Cape raider Sugar Mountain with Stipes permission.

Enjoy Michele Wing’s preview of the feature:

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