Mike’s Malmoos Takes On Marshall Machine

Cape Guineas - big day on the cards

A North-South duel is on the cards after a total of seventeen entries were received on Monday for the R750 000 Gr1 Cape Guineas at Kenilworth on 19 December.

Seeking The Stars – progressive sort and steps up to the mile (Pic – Chase Liebenberg)

A winner of the Gr3 Graham Beck Stakes at home, and a fluent victor in the Avontuur Gr2 Concorde Cup at Kenilworth at his last outing, the 114 rated Malmoos takes on emerging local star Seeking The Stars (117), who won the Gr3 Cape Classic and the CTS Ready To Run Stakes at his last two starts.

Malmoos has won at a mile, while Seeking The Stars steps up in trip from the 1400m in the Guineas.

R750 000 1600m (Turf)
5 Contact Zone Vaughan Marshall 95
3 Double Rainbow Dennis Drier 83
14 Fast Love Glen Kotzen 94
7 Hoedspruit Justin Snaith 107
6 Invincabelle Brett Crawford 99
13 Jet Dark Justin Snaith 100
16 Linebacker Vaughan Marshall 112
4 Lion’s Head Dean Kannemeyer 89
17 Look For Hounds Vaughan Marshall 96
12 Malmoos Mike de Kock 114
2 Rascallion Vaughan Marshall 109
9 Russian Rock Dean Kannemeyer 95
11 Seeking The Stars Vaughan Marshall 117
10 Silvano’s Timer Dean Kannemeyer 108
8 Tempting Fate Dennis Drier 113
15 The Gatekeeper Justin Snaith 104
1 Willow Express Sean Tarry 104
  • Supplementary entries close at 11h00 on Friday 11 December.
  • Declarations close 11h00 on Monday 14 December.

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