Piet’s Not Bluffing Today

Nine races on post WSB Cape Town met day card

After the big WSB Cape Town Met racemeeting on Saturday, Hollywoodbets Kenilworth plays host to a nine-race programme this afternoon.

The free to play Hollywoodbets Punters Challenge gives you another chance to win and the first is due off at 12h40.

Bluff On Bluff from the Piet Steyn stable takes his place in Race 8. He was not disgraced when finishing 2.35 lengths behind the winner in the Non-Black Type Franschhoek Motor Museum Winchester Sprint Cup last time.

The son of Oratorio takes a big drop in class and with Aldo Domeyer in the saddle, he can return to winning ways.

Adam Marcus with his winner on WSB Cape Town Met day – repeat today? (Pic – Candiese Lenferna)

After saddling the last race winner on WSB Cape Town Met day, trainer Adam Marcus sends out What A State in the lucky last.

She stayed on when fourth over 1400m last time. The daughter of What A Winter finished 4 lengths behind Country Time in her penultimate run. She is 6kgs better off at the weights today and that should be enough for the tables to be turned. She may be the one to side with.

General Information as at 30 January 13h49
Weather Clear Skies, 20km/h South Easterly Head wind
Rainfall Last 24 Hours: Nil Last 7 Days: 4mm
Irrigation Last 24 Hours: 15mm Last 7 Days: 30mm
Penetrometer Reading 22 (Straight 21; Turn 22)
Track Condition Good (Both Tracks)
False Rail Summer Course: Original Position with a 3m spur at 600m mark. Start forward of zero: 1m
  • The Bipot starts in the second race at 13h15
  • The Place Accumulator starts in the third race at 13h50
  • The Pick 6 starts in the fourth race at 14h25
  • The first Jackpot starts in the fifth race at 15h00
  • The second Jackpot starts in the sixth race at 15h35

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