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.