Cape challenger draws well for 1900

Stan Elley's Silvano gelding to finally get lucky after drawing nicely?

Punta Arenas - l110928

Punta Arenas has finally cracked a draw

The final field for the R350 000 Gr2 Betting World 1900 to be run at Greyville on Friday 16 May has been declared. Twelve horses line up with recent Drill Hall Stakes runner up Rio Carnival pulling a poor draw at 14. Cape trainer Stan Elley will be thrilled that his charge Punta Arenas, who ran third in this year’s J&B Met, has finally cracked a good draw.

1 ROYAL ZULU WARRIOR 60.0 110 12 A T K Zechner Kumaran Naidoo

2 ASTRO NEWS 58.0 109 13 A T B Fayd’Herbe Charles Laird

3 RIO CARNIVAL 58.0 109  14 A A Marcus Charles Laird

4 HOT TICKET 58.0 108 15 B A K Neisius Dean Kannemeyer

5 PUNTA ARENAS 58.0 108 2 A S Randolph Stan Elley

6 NO WORRIES 58.0 107 5 B A G van Niekerk Gavin van Zyl

7 TRIBAL DANCE 58.0 107 4 B A M Byleveld Vaughan Marshall

8 GOLD ONYX 56.0 104 11 A T G Hatt Sean Tarry

9 HALVE THE DEFICIT 56.0 104 3 A S Khumalo Sean Tarry

10 SHOGUNNAR 56.0 104 6 A M Odendaal Gavin van Zyl

11 ONE COOL DUDE 56.0 101 10 A K Shea Duncan Howells

12 ESPUMANTI 55.5 105 8 A A Delpech Mike de Kock

Reserve Runners

13 GIFTED FOR GLORY 54.0 98 1 A Reserve 1 Mike Bass

15 DISCO AL 52.0 92 9 B A Reserve 3 Joey Ramsden

14 GREAT RUMPUS 52.0 92 7 A Reserve 2 Frank Robinson

Couplings: (2,3) (6,10) (8,9)

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