A small, seven-race card is featured at Mahalaxmi for the first and only Wednesday racing this season. The A Campbell Cup, for 3y-old horses yet to win, is the feature event. Nine juveniles are in the fray, three of them first-timers. Going by the form of the six with experience Ladislaus, consistent place-grabber in all his three outings so far, is tipped to win the event. Ladislaus is trained by SK Sunderji and will be ridden by Trevor Patel.
Be Fifty Two appears well placed to win the A Geddis Plate for class III horses, but whether or not he will represent value as a odds-on favourite is a moot question. On form, however, he appears quite capable to give weight and a beating to his six rivals.
First race at 2.45 pm.
Great Guns Plate (4y, Class V; 1200m)
Top Wizard 1, Devoted 2, Cicitalia 3.
Hachiko Plate (Class II; 1400m)
Kandinsky 1, Himalayan Queen 2, Wentworth 3.
A Geddis Plate (Class III; 1800m)
Be Fifty Two 1, Fearless Nadia 2, Grand Vitesse 3.
Dr A H Sayed Plate (5y&o, class IV; 1400m)
Magic In The Air 1, Arsenal 2, Asahi 3.
Prince Jehan Plate (5y&o, class IV; 1000m)
Chase The Ace 1, Seacrets 2, Rider On The Storm 3.
A Campbell Cup (3y, maidens; 1400m)
Ladislaus 1, Smart N Noble 2, Never Say Never 3.
Bejan Bharucha Plate (5y&o, class V; 1400m)
Magic Vision 1, Coley 2, Super Bolt 3.
Best bet: None
Good bet: Be Fifty Two (3-1)
Chance bet: Ladislaus (6-2)
Upset: Light Of Arabia (7-4)
Super jackpot pool: 2,3,4,5,6,7
Jackpot pool: 3,4,5,6,7
Treble pool: 5,6,7
Tanala pool: All races.
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