The General Idea

2yo could be a drawcard at Kenilworth on Saturday

The R4 million 2018 CTS Premier Yearling Sale chart topper General Franco, who won so smartly on debut in April, will make his reappearance in a 1200m Juvenile Plate at Kenilworth on Saturday.

Jonathan Snaith, John Freeman and Chris Snaith survey the chestnut flyer (Pic – Chase Liebenberg Photography)

In the absence of Richard Fourie, Greg Cheyne will ride the exciting Frankel colt who races in the silks of the late Jack Mitchell.

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The form of his facile first win was confirmed at Durbanville on Sunday when runner-up Three Two Charlie shed his maiden in style.

Race-1 (Turf) R83 000 1200m 12:50 Ref-495
1st R51875, 2nd R16600, 3rd R8300, 4th R4150, 5th R2075
For 2 year-olds.
1 4 Double Alliance 60 0 A O Noach Joey Ramsden
2 1 Fearless Warrior 60 0 A M Byleveld Vaughan Marshall
3 5 General Franco 60 0 A G Cheyne Justin Snaith
4 6 King Of Gems 60 0 A C Orffer Brett Crawford
5 3 Marco Polo 60 0 A L Mxothwa Justin Snaith
6 2 Minnesota Dream 60 0 A M Winnaar Joey Ramsden
Same Trainer – Not Coupled on Tote
(1,6) (3,5

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