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Picture: Jet Dark (Candiese Lenferna). 

Twice Equus Champion Miler Jet Dark (Trippi) has been supplemented for the Grade 3 Cape Mile to be run on November 5 at Hollywoodbets Kenilworth.

Justin Snaith has already declared Richard Fourie to ride him.
The Eric Sands-trained dual Grade 1-winner Golden Ducat (Philanthropist) looks set to make his long awaited comeback in this race.
He hasn’t been seen since running in the Grade 2 IOS Drill Hall Stakes over 1400m on May 2 last year.
Another good horse who hasn’t been seen for a long time, the Vaughan Marshall-trained Rascallion (Vercingetorix) is also an entry.
Golden Ducat is one of three males produced by the mare Halfway To Heaven to be multiple Grade 1 winners, the others being the Sands-trained Rainbow Bridge and the Mike de Kock-trained  Hawaam.
Sands also trains another sibling by Halway Heaven, Querari filly Gift From Heaven, and after she had run third last, last and third last in her opening three starts he decided upon some enterprising tactics last Saturday. Carrying just 50kg in the Cape Racing Honours Henry Devine Maiden Special Weights handicap over 1600m, Joshwin Solomons sent her to the front and built up a huge lead. The tactic only just failed as she was caught close to home and beaten just 0,40 lengths.
The Cape Mile Entries are below: