Miller Feature Hero Goes To 100

Handicapper's weekend feature assessments

Narina Trogon had his rating increased to 100 from 97 after winning the slowly run Listed World Sports Betting Sledgehammer over 1750m at Hollywoodbets Scottsville on Sunday.

Team Miller lead Narina Trogon (Tristan Godden) in after his feature win(Pic – Candiese Lenferna)

The Handicappers were of the view that second placed Imilenzeyokuduma made for the most suitable line horse here and he remained unchanged on a mark of 105.

There were no other rating increases in this race.

Pyromaniac was the only runner to receive a drop in ratings and is down to 100 from 101.

World Sports Betting Scarlet Lady (Listed)

The improving 3-year-old filly, Celtic Beauty has had her rating increased from 89 to 94 after winning the Listed World Sports Betting Scarlet Lady over 1750m at Hollywoodbets Scottsville on Sunday.

Here it was third placed Ivy League who made for the most suitable line horse, and she remained on a mark of 98.

In rating the race this way Lucky Miss runs to her rating of 89, effectively making her a line horse as well.

No other runner receives a rating increase in the race.

Three runners received a drop in ratings, Kind Judy is down to 75 from 76, Sea Goddess goes to 82 from 83, and lastly Foreshore drops from 95 to 92.

East Cape Oaks (Listed)

Joy And Peace has had her rating adjusted to 97 from a rating of 92 after winning the Listed East Cape Oaks on the Fairview Polytrack over 2000m on Friday.

The Handicappers were of the view that third placed Public Benefit made for the most suitable line horse and she remained on a mark of 90.

The only other runner to receive a rating increase here was the runner-up Amazing Colours. She was rated to run last in this event off a pre-race rating of 76 and was adjusted to a rating of 92 for her 2nd place finish, beating the 90 rated line horse Public Benefit by 1.25 lengths at level weights.

There were no rating drops in the race.

  • Media Release by the NHA on Tuesday, 16 April 2024.



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