The Stars Come Out

No sponsor for this prestigious Gr2 to launch the Cape summer?

Lady In Black – champion visitor

A possible mouthwatering clash between Candice Bass-Robinson’s unbeaten What A Winter filly Magical Wonderland and Dynasty’s champion daughter Lady In Black is set to be a highlight of the opening day of the Cape Summer Season at Kenilworth on 28 October.

Mike de Kock’s Ektifaa wins the 2016 Choice Carriers Championship

Known for ages as the Choice Carriers Fillies Championship, and sponsored by one of South Africa’s leading equine carriers, the R400 000 Gr2 Cape Fillies Championship has attracted a superb entry of thirty fairer sex 3yo’s and Dennis Drier will be looking to make an early Fillies Guineas claim with the Gr1 Thekwini Stakes winner, Lady In Black, who is set to have her baptism of fire on a left-handed track.
Unbeaten in three starts and already carrying Equus champion status, Lady In Black could take on the local star Magical Wonderland, who made short work under of a decent Progress Plate field under top weight on her 3yo debut at Durbanville a week ago. But the race doesn’t end there!
 R400 000 1400m (Turf / Winter) CAPE FILLIES CHAMPIONSHIP (Grade 2)
6 Angel’s Trumpet Justin Snaith 96
24 Aurelia Cotta Sean Tarry 88
2 Champenois Dennis Drier 86
20 Desert Rhythm Sean Tarry 96
4 Double Black Candice Bass-Robinson 80
14 Elusive Heart Glen Kotzen 93
5 Freedom Charter Candice Bass-Robinson 83
8 Fresnaye Joey Ramsden 85
18 Intothelimelight (AUS) Candice Bass-Robinson 80
1 It Is What It Is Mike Stewart 79
25 Lady In Black Dennis Drier 102
16 Love Supreme Brett Crawford 82
9 Magical Wonderland Candice Bass-Robinson 100
21 Mara Dean Kannemeyer 88
17 Meryl Dean Kannemeyer 96
22 Merysagos Justin Snaith 86
27 Midnight Moonlight C J Burger/R van Reenen 85
10 Miss Katalin Justin Snaith 87
15 Mohallela (AUS) Mike de Kock 85
19 Oh Susanna (AUS) Justin Snaith 92
28 Ontenderhooks Candice Bass-Robinson 83
23 Princess Peach Glen Kotzen 98
29 Rings And Things Candice Bass-Robinson 85
11 Rose In Bloom Joey Ramsden 92
12 Silver Thursday Mike de Kock 91
26 Snowdance Justin Snaith 93
13 Still I Rise (AUS) Joey Ramsden 82
3 Too Phat To Fly Glen Kotzen 92
30 Tsessebe Dennis Drier 93
7 Wings Of Honor Glen Kotzen 75

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