On Top Of Sugar Mountain

Jackpot 1 starts in the fourth at 14h35

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

Trainer Brett Crawford saddles five runners with a couple of decent winning chances.

The first is due off at 12h50.

Candice Bass-Robinson saddles Sugar Mountain in Race 3 today (Pic – Chase Liebenberg)

Jimmy The Rich writes that Sugar Mountain from the Candice Bass-Robinson stable is the possible Pick 6 banker in Race 3.

He ran a good race when finishing third in his first run as a gelding. The manner in which he stayed on at the finish was encouraging.

The son of Silvano will love the extra furlong on offer and in this type of field, he should find himself in the winner’s enclosure.

Rocket Girl from the Vaughan Marshall stable represents decent each way value in the lucky last race.

She finished 0.5 lengths behind Adderbury Lake last time. She is 1kg better off at the weights today and that should be enough for the tables to be turned.

All four of her career victories have come over this distance. With a bit of luck in running, she can return to winning ways.

Weather: Clear skies, No wind
Rainfall: Last 24 Hours: Nil Last 7 Days: Nil
Irrigation: Last 24 Hours: 20mm Last 7 Days: 40mm
Penetrometer Reading: 22 (both tracks)
Track Condition: Good
False Rail: Summer Course: 2m out from the 1700m mark; with a 5m spur @ 600m mark
  • The Bipot starts in the first at 12h50
  • The Place Accumulator starts in the second at 13h25
  • The Pick 6 starts in the third at 14h00
  • Jackpot 1 starts in the fourth at 14h35
  • Jackpot 2 starts in the fifth at 15h10

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