Tarry Looks For A Maiden Guineas Strike

Final Gr1 of 2019 looks open

Sean Tarry maintained his extraordinary season with a big victory by Pure State in last Saturday’s CTS Ready To Run Stakes and the gutsy son of Jackson returns with three stablemates to try and give the SA Champion a long overdue first success in the race.

Eden Roc – can he find form? (Pic – Candiese Lenferna)

Topping the Tarry attack is the Var colt Eden Roc, who needs to lift his game after his Gr1 success as a 2yo. He ran on steadily in the Graham Beck Stakes but was bumped and went a bit one-paced when beaten out of the money in the Dingaans last time.

Dean Kannemeyer saddles the smart African Warrior who could win this if we put a line through his below-par no show in the Concorde Cup and revisit his Matchem Stakes run. That was a class effort and last time he pulled up lame – so that run can be ignored.

Vaughan Marshall’s Silver Operator, winner of the Gr3 Cape Classic, is currently favourite.

For 3 year-old horses (1st Leg SA Triple Crown)
No Apprentice Allowance
1 5 African Warrior 60 115 A K de Melo Dean Kannemeyer
2 4 Eden Roc 60 114 T A G Lerena Sean Tarry
3 13 Putontheredlight 60 110 A G Behr Sean Tarry
4 12 King Of Gems 60 109 A A Domeyer Brett Crawford
5 14 Silver Operator 60 109 A A Marcus Vaughan Marshall
6 2 Captain Tatters 60 108 A R Khathi Justin Snaith
7 10 Sachdev 60 108 A R Fourie Justin Snaith
8 7 Viva Rio 60 108 A M Winnaar Glen Kotzen
9 1 Macthief 60 106 A P Strydom Brett Crawford
10 6 Pure State 60 106 A C Zackey Sean Tarry
11 9 Viking Moon 60 105 A A Andrews Jurgen van Heerden
12 3 Rock The Globe 60 104 T A S Veale Sean Tarry
13 17 Cane Lime ‘n Soda 60 102 A M Byleveld Vaughan Marshall
14 15 Snow Report 60 102 A G Cheyne Candice Bass-Robinson
15 11 Kilindini 60 99 A C Orffer Brett Crawford
16 8 Wild Coast 60 96 A B Fayd’Herbe Justin Snaith
17 18 Super Silvano 60 93 A Reserve 1 Brett Crawford
18 16 Count Jack 60 90 A Reserve 2 Brett Crawford
Same Trainer – Not Coupled on Tote
(2,3,10,12) (4,9,15,17,18) (5,13) (6,7,16)

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