Domeyer To Dominate

The Pick 6 starts in the third at 14h30

An eight-race programme is set to take place at Kenilworth.

Jockey Aldo Domeyer has seven rides with some decent chances of winning.

The first is due off at 13h20.

Aldo Domeyer has seven rides and could be the jockey to follow (Pic- Chase Liebenberg)

Jimmy The Rich writes that Sudden Song from the Mike Robinson stable may be the horse to close off the meeting.

He showed some improvement in his last start over 1200m. He lost a length at the start, but the manner in which he finished off his race that day was encouraging.

The son of Sudden Storm will love the extra furlong on offer and with Richard Fourie in the saddle, he should be the one they all have to beat.

Paul Reeves saddles the ultra-consistent Chilly Winter in Race 5. She finished 1.25 lengths behind Ma Black last time.

She is 2kgs better off at the weights today and that should be enough for the tables to be turned.

She has won twice, finished second twice and third twice from twelve starts over this course and distance.

The 5yo mare shows good speed in her races and may be hard to peg back.

Weather: Clear Skies, 26-27km/h N/W – Tail wind
Rainfall: Last 24 Hours: Nil Last 7 Days: 12mm
Irrigation: Last 24 Hours: 20mm Last 7 Days: 40mm
Penetrometer Reading: Good
Track Condition: 21 (both tracks)
False Rail: Summer Course: 2m out from the 1700m mark; 4m spur @ 600m mark
  • The Bipot starts in the first at 13h20
  • The Place Accumulator starts in the second at 13h55
  • The Pick 6 starts in the third at 14h30
  • Jackpot 1 starts in the fourth at 15h05
  • Jackpot 2 starts in the fifth at 15h40

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