Izzy Cracks Stakes Ice

Listed Sweet Chestnut Stakes

On a wonderful day in both centres for the Varsfontein Stud team, the Master Of My Fate filly Princess Izzy registered her maiden stakes victory, and her first win at Hollywoodbets Kenilworth, when she powered home to win the R200 000 Listed Sweet Chestnut Stakes.

Sporting Post-sponsored jockey Louis Mxothwa rode a confident race to get Princess Izzy home (Pic – Chase Liebenberg)

Futura Park trainer Brett Crawford also enjoyed featured success up at Turffontein on Champions Day, and he will be thrilled to have won the Cape fairer sex feature for the good looking 3yo for owner Suzette Viljoen.

Sporting Post-sponsored jockey Louis Mxothwa rode a confident race to get Princess Izzy (6-1) home to beat the fast finishing Enemy Territory (17-2) in a time of 87,31 secs.

My Flower Fate (10-1) duffed the start, but ran a stormer to fly home late to get third.

A R650 000 National 2yo Sale purchase, the winner is a daughter of Jet Master’s son Master Of My Fate out of the unraced What A Winter mare, Destiny Dancer .

Princess Izzy has won 3 races with 5 places from her 9 starts for stakes of R349 701.

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