Championship Choice

Choice Carriers Championship set to be a humdinger of a race

Cold As Ice looks a top-class sort in making

Cold As Ice looks a top-class sort in the making

Joey Ramsden’s exciting Western Winter filly Cold As Ice, who registered her second win at Kenilworth on Wednesday in fine style, will line up against Glen Kotzen’s Diana Stakes winning Judpot filly Double Whammy, in the R400 000 Gr2 Choice Carriers Championship, to be run at Kenilworth on Saturday 8 November.

The tussle between the two top 3yo fillies is expected to dominate the race and should answer plenty of questions.

Joey Ramsden said on Wednesday that Cold As Ice was a relaxed filly and thus looks to have the potential to be more than a pure sprinter.

“But we will only know if we try,”he said.

The only visitor in the field is the Alan Greeff-trained Dancing Natasha who jumps from the 1 draw.

R 400,000 1400m (Turf / Winter)


For 3 year-old Fillies

1              10           GREY LIGHT        58.0        101         A             S Cormack           Joey Ramsden

2              11           DOUBLE WHAMMY         58.0        100         A             G Cheyne            Glen Kotzen

3              5              COLD AS ICE       58.0        95           A             B Fayd’Herbe     Joey Ramsden

4              2              JET SET GO          58.0        95           A             M Byleveld         Vaughan Marsh

5              1              DANCING NATASHA       58.0        86           AT           G Schlechter      Alan Greeff

6              9              SEVEN GRAND  58.0        85           A             K Neisius              Mike Bass

7              7              HARVARD CRIMSON       58.0        84           A             C Orffer                Justin Snaith

8              8              PRINCESS CHLOE              58.0        83           A             R Fourie               Justin Snaith

9              6              THALER POINT   58.0        81           A             A Andrews          Joey Ramsden

10           3              LUCKY TUESDAY (AUS    58.0        80           A             A Domeyer         Mike Bass

11           4              INARA   58.0        78           A             G van Niekerk   Mike Bass

(1,3,9) (6,10,11) (7,8)

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