Marshall Captain To Win First Today

First off at 13h25

The 2019 Cape Guineas prospect Captain Of Stealth should be the main attraction on today’s eight race Durbanville programme which could be peppered by intermittent rain-showers.

The Vaughan Marshall trained 2yo is yet another son of Captain Al to come out the top Milnerton yard that has a proud record in the Cape classic – which admittedly is still some eight months away.

Vaughan Marshall – genius with Captain Al sons (Pic – Chase Liebenberg Photography)

The Klawervlei bred colt doddled in on an impressive Kenilworth 1400m debut in February on takes just three winners in the 1400m opener today.

He is deep in the red and should win easily under MJ Byleveld.

This race is off at 13h25 and Captain Of Stealth looks a readymade, albeit predictable, Bipot banker.

The false rail is set at 0 m on the back with a 2m Spur at approximately the 550m mark.

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First timer / rested horses comments

3 14:35 – TABONLINE.CO.ZA MAIDEN PLATE (F & M)

1 BELLA SUMMER C Bass-Robinson: No comment given

6 BELEM B Crawford: May need the run

7 CRISPY WHITE C Bass-Robinson: Not a bad filly but may need the experience first time out

8 17:30 – NEXT MEETING KENILWORTH 16 APRIL 2019 MR 92 HANDICAP

6 CROWN GUARDIAN G S Kotzen: Working well but could need the run

8 LANZA G S Kotzen: Working well but could need the run

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