Do We Bank Sandringham Summit?

Carryover Pick 6 is off at 13h45

Going for a second Gr1 success at Turffontein on Classic Day, Sandringham Summit goes for glory in the TAB Gr1 SA Classic.

After the colt’s win in the TAB Gauteng Guineas early in February, trainer David Nieuwenhuizen said: “This is the horse I know. We can only see more from him coming up in a month’s time”.

Sandringham Summit who is already syndicated for stud, goes the 1800m for the first time and has draw 10 to overcome.

His main danger looks to be the big and good striding William Iron Arm, who will relish the trip.

The projected R5 million Pick 6 starts in the fourth at 13h45.

Enjoy Michele Wing’s preview:

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