Race 3 No 5 Outlandos D’amour
Dual winner Outlandos D’amour is yet to miss the first three in Port Elizabeth and if her rivals form is to be used as a gauge, then this four-year-old should win this contest easily.
She ran an absolute cracker when runner-up behind Via Seattle over this course and distance most recently. She has been heavily backed up to 17/20 favourite and considering she shoulders 2.5kg less than main danger Calla Lilly at 57.5kg – a loss is unlikely.
Race 4 No 1 Luna Wish
Alan Greeff-trained Luna Wish seemed to find the 1600m trip a touch too far in her most recent appearance when beaten into fourth by Viva Rio. This three-year-old should make winning improvement now that she steps down to a more suitable 1200m and is teaming up with an in-form Bernard Fayd’Herbe.
You can’t fault her form having recorded three wins, a third and two fourths from six appearances.
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