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J&B Met field finalised

2012-01-17 13:28
Igugu (File)
Cape Town - The final field for the Grade I R2.5 million J&B Met to be run over 2 000m at Kenilworth Racecourse on Saturday, January 28 has been finalised.

The 16-horse field is headlined by the Mike de Kock trained Igugu, who has been installed as a 12/10 favourite.

Bravura and Tales of Bravery are next best at 7/1, followed by Queen's Plate winner Gimmethegreenlight at 8/1.
Under horse name, mass, merit rating, jockey and trainer.

1. BRAVURA 60.0 113 A Marcus Joey Ramsden
2. THE APACHE 59.5 114 R Danielson Gavin van Zyl
3. TALES OF BRAVERY 58.0 113 M Byleveld Vaughan Marshall
4. ILSANPIETRO 58.0 111 W Marwing Mike de Kock
5. LION IN WINTER 58.0 109 G Hatt Joey Ramsden
6. SMANJEMANJE 58.0 108 G van Niekerk Tyrone Zackey
7. CASK 58.0 107 TBA S H Page
8. FABIANI 58.0 107 S Cormack Glen Kotzen
9. SUPER STORM 58.0 104 K Neisius Mike Bass
10. CHESALON 57.5 110 K Teetan Mike Bass
11. RUN FOR IT 57.5 106 B Fayd'Herbe Justin Snaith
12. IGUGU 57.0 117 A Delpech Mike de Kock
13. EMERALD COVE 57.0 106 F Coetzee Justin Snaith
14. BEACH BEAUTY 55.0 108 A Forbes Dennis Drier
15. GIMMETHEGREENLIGHT 54.0 117 P Strydom Justin Snaith
16. ASTRO NEWS 52.0 107 R Fourie Greg Ennion

Couplings: (1,5) (4,12) (9,10) (11,13,15)


Public Gallops will take place at Kenilworth Racecourse on Thursday, January 19 from 07:30. They will be televised live on DSTV Channel 232.

Final draw to be announced on Thursday, January 19 at approximately 09:00. The draw will be televised live on DSTV Channel 232.


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