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Can Nebraas Do It Again?

Michele Wing chats to the trainers

Sean Tarry’s Nebraas defends his title in Saturday’s R750 000 Marshalls World Of Sport Gr3 Gold Cup at Hollywoodbets Greyville.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Michele Wing of Racing News visited the big race trainers and published this report and interview package.

Nebraas: “He’s had a lovely preparation. He stays well. He can carry the weight“, Sean Tarry.

Aragosta: “The conditions don’t really suit him because of the condensed manner of the weights. He looks like he’s an improver“, Mike de Kock.

Black Thorn: “If you look at the weights, he’s got it all to do, but he’s not far off him (Nebraas). He seems to be doing very well here (KZN)“, Sean Tarry.

Shangani: “He’s in a very good space at the moment. This has been his mission from day dot. “, Paul Peter.

Shango: “He really does run well at Greyville. He definitely, definitely has a shout here“, Sean Tarry.

Salvator Mundi: “We could be an outside chance in this race and need a lot of luck to go our way“, Justin Snaith.

Crimson King: “We’ve got him sound, we’ve got him happy. It’s not easy to win these big races when you have interrupted preps“, Glen Kotzen.

Chollima: “When we worked him hard on Thursday, Robert Khathi said that he’s working too well for a horse that’s going to stay“, Glen Kotzen.

Rex Union: “I know he stays and stays very, very well. Strictly on handicapping it’s not going to be that easy“, Dean Kannemeyer.

Decorated: “He’s a horse who keeps improving and his work is very good and he’s got much stronger“, Frank Robinson.

Smoking Hot: “She’s shown that she can be competitive at this level and there’s no doubt of her staying ability. Just hoping she can get out from draw 1 and be handy-ish this time round“, Candice Dawson.

Imperial Ruby: “Definitely include him in the exotics if you’re going wider than Nebraas and we will definitely give it our best“, Corne Spies.

Out Of Your League: “If everything goes well, he should also finish in the first 4“, Fabian Habib.

Chewbaca: “The conditions of the race are going to suit the better ones in the race. Obviously, we’re boxing on for 3rd or 4th on paper“, Byron Foster.

Spring Fling: “He is in the right place for the race, it’s whether or not he sees out the distance“, Glen Kotzen.

Enjoy the interview package:

 

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