Pacaya Upped To A 115

Handicappers opinion

Pacaya has seen his rating increased from 111 to 115 after winning the Gr3 Legal Eagle Stakes over 1800m at Hollywoodbets Kenilworth on Sunday.

Richard Fourie and Pacaya storm to victory (Pic – Chase Liebenberg)

The Handicappers were of the view that Sachdev made for the most suitable line horse and his rating remained unchanged on 104.

Rapidash was the only other runner to receive an increase in ratings and he went up to 106 from 103.

The only runner to receive a drop in ratings was Future Prince who went down one point from 101 to 100.

Ladies Mile (Listed)

Time For Love had her rating increased to 88 from 82 following her win in the Listed Ladies Miles over 1600m at Hollywoodbets Kenilworth on Sunday.

The Handicappers were unanimous in their view that the runner-up My Flower Fate made for the most suitable line horse here and her rating remained unchanged on 87.

No less than 6 horses received drops to their ratings in this event. Gold Poker Game dropped to 107 from 108, Siddeley drop from 92 to 90, Montelena dropped to 91 from 93, Fatal Gem dropped to 90 from 92, Red Palace dropped to 108 from 111 and Lady Mistico dropped to 82 from 85.

  • Media release by NHA on Tuesday 7 May 2024.

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