Mountain Climbs

Glen Kotzen's Our Destiny goes up a whopping 10kgs

Silver Mountain has been raised 3kgs for her five-length win in last Saturday’s World Sports Betting Cape Fillies Guineas putting her on a new merit rating of 111, writes Michael Clower.

Anglet - to be rested after her 4th placed finish

Anglet – to be rested after her 4th placed finish

She will receive 2.5kg when she takes on the colts and geldings in the Grand Parade Cape Guineas next Saturday and , in theory at any rate, she has two and a half lengths in hand of the highest-rated of them, Premiers Champion winner Rabada.

Candice Robinson

Candice Robinson

Candice Robinson said yesterday: “She took her race well and, although two weeks running is a big ask, at this stage she is a runner on Saturday week.”

The handicappers upped second-placed Our Destiny a whopping 10kg to 100 after using Taffety Tart (third on 99) as the line horse. Anglet (fourth) went up 3.5kg to 98 and Bela-Bela (fifth) the same amount to 97.

Anglet is to have a break and Paddy Kruyer explained: “She raced with odd front shoes after being reshod at the start and she jarred her joints.”


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