Princess Calla The One To Beat

Tarry flyer looks set to go close

The Hollywoodbets Scottsville festival of speed Gr1 jackpot on Saturday enjoys a R1 million carryover with the pool expected to reach R3 million.

The Gr1 SA Fillies Sprint, brought to you by The Witness, is the penultimate leg.

This is what the connections told Michelle Wing’s Racing News:

Princess Calla: “I think she’ll run a massive race” – Sean Tarry.

Desert Miracle: Although her best form has come over the mile, the Scottsville 1200 is known to be tough and may just suit her – Racing News.

Golden Hostess: “I think the Scottsville 12 will probably suit her. She’s doing really well in Durban and put up some good work“ – Candice Bass-Robinson.

Cold Fact: “There’s a lot of class in the race, but they are horses that are probably better over further. Cold Fact is a proper sprinter” – Denis Schwarz.

Stiptelik: “She’s improved a lot from her last start” – James Crawford.

Gimme A Shot: “This is a preparation run for the Garden Province“ – Adam Azzie.

Whoa Whoa Whoa: “She’s doing exceptionally well back home. She is absolutely flying“ – James Crawford.

Iphiko: “I had the opportunity to sit on her during the week and she’s doing exceptionally well. She’s drawn on the right side as well“ – Athandiwe Mgudlwa.

Ameena: “I think she’s a huge runner in the field, but obviously Tarry’s filly is just something special“ – Glen Kotzen.

Aunty Lizzy: “I think she’s got her work cut out in this type of field“ – Lorenzo Karriem.

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