Twelve accepted on Monday  for the R750 000 G1 Jonsson Workwear G1 Cape Derby to be run at Kenilworth this Saturday. 

Unbeaten Kommetdieding is yet to be seriously stretched in four outings, and is drawn on the paint. He looks absolute top class, and after his G3 Politician Stakes win he now goes for his first victory at the highest level.
And it would be a great romantic story, as he is owned, trained, and ridden by people who  have had to do it the hard way.
Cape Guineas winner Russian Rock is an obvious threat if he gets the distance. 
Vaughan Marshall’s Linebacker and Rascallion also deserve respect.   
As does The Gatekeeper. Justin Snaith’s highly touted ‘July horse’ has been backed from 16-1 into 7-2 in the ante-post market.  
R750 000 2000m 16:30 Ref-382
1st R450000, 2nd R187500, 3rd R75000, 4th R37500
For 3-year-oldsNo Apprentice Allowance
1 1 Kommetdieding   60 117 A Sihle Cele HWJ Crawford/M Rix
2 2 Russian Rock   60 114 A Grant Behr Dean Kannemeyer
3 12 Linebacker   60 112 A Grant van Niekerk Vaughan Marshall
4 4 Rascallion   60 110 A Anton Marcus Vaughan Marshall
5 5 The Gatekeeper   60 109 A Richard Fourie Justin Snaith
6 3 Hoedspruit   60 108 A Gavin Lerena Justin Snaith
7 8 Crimson King   60 103 A Luyolo Mxothwa Glen Kotzen
8 9 Legitimate   60 101 CAM Keagan de Melo Dean Kannemeyer
9 10 Dubai Lights   60 93 A Luke Ferraris Vaughan Marshall
10 6 FireAlley   60 92 A Aldo Domeyer Candice Bass-Robinson
11 11 Juan Carlos   60 90 A Greg Cheyne Adam Marcus
12 7 Fort Red   60 79 Ca Anthony Andrews Mike Stewart
Same Trainer – Not Coupled on Tote
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