Rainbow Bridge Is Early Met Favourite

Countdown to the big one

The unbeaten 4yo Rainbow Bridge has been priced up 4-1 favourite for the R5 million Sun Met to be run at Kenilworth on Saturday 26 January.

Rainbow Bridge wins the Cape Mile (Pic – Chase Liebenberg Photography)

SA’s leading bookmakers Hollywood have published the first ante-post market for the 2019 Cape flagship race.

A treble Gr3 winning son of Ideal World, Rainbow Bridge recently won the Cape Mile and is expected to go the Green Point Stakes and LÓrmarins Queen’s Plate route into the Met.

Vodacom Durban July winner Do It Again is currently second favourite at 5-1.

  • Betting subject to change

Find more on www.hollywoodbets.net

The Sun Met calendar

First entries close at 11h00 on Wednesday 28 November 2018.

First supplementary entries close 11h00 on Tuesday 11 December 2018

Final supplementary entries close 11h00 on Monday 7 January 2019

Weights published on Monday 7 January 2019

Final declarations are due at  11h00 on Monday 14 January 2019

Announcement of the Final Field will be made on Monday 14 January 2019

Barrier Draws will be done at an event on Wednesday 16 January 2019

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