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17 3yo's and a July Golden Ticket on the line

Glen Kotzen has found himself in a race against the Vodacom Durban July clock with the promising Philanthropist 3yo Pack Leader, after the smart colt’s ‘phantom colic’ withdrawal from Saturday’s Gr2 WSB 1900.

Pack Leader was snapped at Melkbos beach by Chase Liebenberg during the Cape summer

The Investec Cape Derby third placer was reportedly jumping out of his skin today and is one of 17 3yo’s entered for the R2 million Gr1 Daily News 2000 to be run at Greyville on 2 June.

The race carries a ‘golden ticket’ into the Vodacom Durban July.

Gr1 dream for the Hollywood Team! Sunny Bill Du-Toy may take on the big guns

The Hollywood Syndicate’s progressive 3yo Sunny Bill Du-Toy, a winner of his last two starts, is one of the longshots, in an entry line-up that includes Paul Peter’s enigamtic Majestic Mambo, and SA Triple Crown bridesmaid, Surcharge.

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R2 000 000 DAILY NEWS 2000 (Grade 1)

No Apprentice Allowance

2 Do It Again Accepted (3G) 60 110 A Justin Snaith
17 Roy Had Enough (AUS) (3C) 60 110 A Frank Robinson
4 Tap O’ Noth (3C) 60 110 A Vaughan Marshall
6 Surcharge (3C) 60 109 A Stuart Pettigrew
8 White River (3G) 60 108 BA Brett Crawford
12 Pack Leader (3C) 60 107 A Glen Kotzen
11 Greek Fire (3C) 60 106 A M G Azzie/A A Azzie
5 Like A Panther (3C) 60 106 A Mike de Kock
9 Steel Rose (3G) 60 106 A Glen Puller
10 Majestic Mambo (3C) 60 104 A Paul Peter
7 Warrior’s Rest (3C) 60 102 A Sean Tarry
13 Yakeen (AUS) (3C) 60 97 A Mike de Kock
14 The Rocketman (AUS) (3G) 60 92 BA M G Azzie/A A Azzie
16 Silva’s Bullet (3G) 60 91 A Dean Kannemeyer
1 Run Red (3C) 60 82 A Andre Nel
3 Sunny Bill Du-Toy (3G) 60 74 A Alyson Wright
15 Chariot Of Gold (3F) 57.5 87 A Sean Tarry

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