Cape Fillies Guineas – What A Field!

Favourites have a great record in this race

A strong visiting contingent adds sparkle to the R1 million Gr1 Cape Fillies Guineas which promises to be a highlight of the Cape Summer Of Champions when it is run at Kenilworth on 3 December.

2014 Cape Fillies Guineas winner Majmu

2014 Cape Fillies Guineas winner Majmu

The past winner honour roll is littered with stars and with seven visitors from Gauteng and KZN, the locals will be under serious pressure.

Favourites have an excellent record in the race, but with the spread of talent, it looks like an open betting race this year.
Last Saturday’s sensational Lanzerac Ready To Run Stakes winner Safe Harbour has drawn smartly and heads Sean Tarry’s pair.

Thekwini winner Querari Falcon is nicely drawn

Mike Azzie makes a rare visit to the Cape with Gr1 Thekwini Stakes winner Querari Falcon, who has had two excellent prep runs.
Brett Crawford’s Australian-bred Foxwedge flyer Quick Brown Fox is unbeaten in two sprints and steps up into the big league and the mile. She will jump from pole position.


No Apprentice Allowance

1 3 Querari Falcon 60 104 A A Delpech Mike Azzie
2 15 She’s A Giver 60 104 A G Lerena Johan Janse van Vuuren
3 13 Sail 60 102 A S Veale Dennis Drier
4 7 Final Judgement 60 99 A P Strydom Glen Kotzen
5 6 Maleficent 60 99 A R Simons Alec Laird
6 2 Safe Harbour 60 97 A W Marwing Sean Tarry
7 4 Dawn Calling 60 95 A B Lerena Duncan Howells
8 14 Visuality 60 95 T A S Khumalo Sean Tarry
9 12 Just Sensual 60 92 A A Marcus Joey Ramsden
10 5 Captain Gambler 60 91 A D Dillon Joey Ramsden
11 1 Quick Brown Fox (AUS) 60 90 A G Cheyne Brett Crawford
12 9 Red Light Girl 60 90 A A Domeyer Justin Snaith
13 10 Whose That Girl 60 90 A G van Niekerk Candice Bass-Robinson
14 11 Smokey Affair 60 86 A R Fourie Michael Robinson
15 8 Lady Of the House 60 80 A C Orffer Brett Crawford
Same Trainer – Not Coupled on Tote
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