Safe Passage took over top spot in betting after running away from his rivals in the Daily News 2000, Putting some of his main opponents in the Hollywoodbets Durban July in their place.
Pomp And Power started odds on that day after murmurs that the winner “needed the run”. Justin Snaith’s 3yo ran a bit free and was out run by the eventual winner only…
Aragosta is very interesting and was a further head back in the Daily News 2000, he darted to the inside rail that day, with the winner and the second coming to the outside rail and might have run a bit closer for company. The extra 200m in the July is in his favour and at 16/1 and from the 1 draw could be value.
The mare Sparkling Water according to the odds is the de Kock second string, S’Manga Khumalo takes the ride and her last two runs put her right in the picture.
AL Muthana burst onto the Grade 1 scene last time after staying on well to win the HWB Gold Challenge over 1600m, Callan Murray flies in for the ride but he has the trip and the draw to overcome.
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