Quality Entry For L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate

Rematch on the cards

Ten entries were received for the 159th running of the R1,5 million Gr1 L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate to be run at Kenilworth on  Saturday 11 January 2020.

A rematch on the cards – Do It Again beats Soqrat in 2019 LQP (Pic – Chase Liebenberg)

Included in the entry is the defending champion Do It Again who meets last year’s runner-up Soqrat and his boom stablemate Hawwaam.

 R1 500 000 1600m
L’ORMARINS QUEEN’S PLATE (WFA) (Grade 1)
Weight For Age
WFA: 3yrs-5kgs 4yrs-0kgs
No Apprentice Allowance
0 Do It Again (5G) 60 136 A Justin Snaith
0 Rainbow Bridge (5G) 60 134 A Eric Sands
0 Soqrat (AUS) (4C) 60 133 A Mike de Kock
0 Hawwaam (4C) 60 131 A M Mike de Kock
0 Vardy (4G) 60 128 A Adam Marcus
0 One World (4C) 60 127 A Vaughan Marshall
0 Twist Of Fate (4C) 60 127 A Adam Marcus
0 Undercover Agent (5H) 60 127 A Brett Crawford
0 Pack Leader (5G) 60 116 A Glen Kotzen
0 Crown Towers (AUS) (4G) 60 103 A M Justin Snaith
(10)

Supplementary entries will be accepted up to 11h00 on Friday 3 January.

Declarations are due by 11h00 on Monday 6 January.

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