Camphoratus Goes To 105

Oh Susanna goes down to a 118

Following the running of the Gr1 Empress Club Stakes at Turffontein on Saturday, the handicappers have published their report for information purposes.

After discussion between Handicappers, CAMPHORATUS had her rating increased from 95 to 105 following her last-stride win in the Gr1 Empress Club Stakes over 1600m at Turffontein (standside) on Saturday 13 April.  There is no reason to doubt CAMPHORATUS’ performance as she did win the Grade 3 Flamboyant Stakes at Greyville in December and she has now won in her first attempt at Gr1 level.

In assessing the race, it was agreed that the right key horse to use was third placed NAFAAYES to the 103 she actually achieved when she won the Gr2 Gauteng Fillies Guineas (over the same course-and-distance as the Empress Club Stakes) and again when she finished second in the Gr1 SA Fillies Classic.   NAFAAYES has been highly consistent and seems to be a logical choice of line horse.

RUNNING BRAVE goes up from 99 to 104 after she finished a close second in the Empress Club.  She had finished behind NAFAAYES in both the Gauteng Fillies Guineas and in the SA Fillies Classic and it seems obvious enough that she must have run a better race here.  NAFAAYES was dropped from 107 to 106 and is now the equal of 5th placed CELTIC SEA (whom she also beat in the Gauteng Fillies Guineas).

National Horseracing AuthorityIn other changes, OH SUSANNA was dropped from 119 to 118 and so remains higher than LADY IN BLACK (117), who finished 2nd behind OH SUSANNA in the Gr1 Paddock Stakes during the Cape summer season.

FIORELLA drops from 102 to 100, FRESNAYE was dropped from 110 to 108 following two below-par efforts since she arrived on the Highveld.  GHAALLA has been dropped from 102 to 100, CASCAPEDIA goes from 109 to 107, and AL DANZA has had her rating cut from 104 to 102.

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