Lucinda’s King Of Colts To Rule

Jackpot 2 starts in the fifth at 15h35

Racing takes place at Kenilworth this afternoon and eight races are carded.

The first is due off at 13h10 and the lucky last is set for 17h20.

Lucinda Woodruff saddles King Of Colts in Race 1 today (Pic- Chase Liebenberg)

Jimmy The Rich writes that King Of Colts from the Lucinda Woodruff should give the punters a good start to the day. He produced an eye-catching debut effort over this C&D in a workriders contest.

He was slow into stride that day and was reported to be cut into on his right hind.

The son of Louis The King would have gained from the experience and with the natural improvement that is expected, he should be the one to beat.

Brett Crawford saddles Winchester Mansion in the last race and he represents decent each way value.

He ran a decent race in his last start over 1250m at Durbanville with 61.5kgs on his back. He returns from a 10-week break during which time he would have strengthened up.

The well-related son of Trippi has class about him and he will love the extra distance on offer.

Luyolo Mxothwa takes the ride and if not in need of the run, he should be the one to side with.

Anton Marcus will not be riding in Race 8 today due to flight complications.

Weather: Partly Cloudy, 20km/h S/E Head wind
Rainfall: Last 24 Hours: Nil Last 7 Days: Nil
Irrigation: Last 24 Hours: 20mm Last 7 Days: 20mm
Penetrometer Reading: 21 (both tracks)
Track Condition: Good
False Rail: Summer Course: 2m out from the 1700m mark; 4m spur @ 600m mark
  • The Bipot starts in the first at 13h10
  • The Place Accumulator starts in the second at 13h50
  • The Pick 6 starts in the third at 14h25
  • Jackpot 1 starts in the fourth at 15h00
  • Jackpot 2 starts in the fifth at 15h35

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