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Race 5 No 5 Kapama
Brett Webber-trained Kapama has sparked tremendous improvement over her last two performances, and there was a lot to like about her most recent attempt when gallantly running down the highly rated Tallinn to finish no more than a length back.
If Kapama reproduces a similar effort today she will be extremely hard to peg back.
Her case is further strengthened by the fact she by far has the best form in this field and shoulders an advantageous 4.5kg less than her main danger Kirkconnel Lass at 58.5kg.
Race 8 No 1 Jacko Boy
Jacko Boy appears to have finally found her niche over the 2 000m trip – yet to miss the first two – and she will be looking to make amends for her latest defeat.
In her defence, she was appallingly drawn on that occasion, so the fact she only got beat a short-heat into second is testament to her ability.
Jack Boy was a runway three-length victor – against a decent field – in her penultimate start and if brings that mentality to the course, a loss will be highly unlikely. She is also better drawn at No 6 today.
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