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She fin­ished close up to two use­ful sprint­ers in Shiver­ing Sea and Mrs. O. Sham’s reg­u­lar jockey Ray­mond Daniel­son is aboard Singing In Seat­tle, who beat Lawdy Miss Clawdy the last time they met in Port Elizabeth and faces her on the same terms.

How­ever, she has not had the ben­e­fit of a run on the Highveld yet.

Those two could be split by Twelve Oaks, whose best form ap­pears to be over this trip and she can use her long stride to run past horses late.


The eighth over 1 400m could also go to the top­weight, Isolde. The Sean Tarry yard have had a rare dry spell lately, but such is his pro­fes­sion­al­ism they are sure to bounce back.

This mare is by Sil­vano so should be com­ing into her own as a five-year-old. Fur­ther­more, she runs well fresh and this is her ideal trip. Prom­ise looks promis­ing and passed her acid test by plac­ing first time out the maid­ens hav­ing won on de­but.

Polly Wolly Doo­dle made a crack­ing come­back over the too sharp 1 200m, so should be in­volved.

All Over The World once looked a fair sort in the mak­ing so can sur­prise now that her merit rat­ing has dropped to a lowly 63.

Leop­ard Lily has a fine turn of foot when things go her way and she has dropped to an at­trac­tive merit rat­ing so could also be in­volved with Stry­dom up.

Wrap It Up can’t be ig­nored.

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