Castlebridge expected to assert his class in Jacqueline Indian 2000 Guineas
Castlebridge, trained by Kolkata-based trainer Bharat Singh and to be ridden by Trevor Patel, is expected to assert his class in the Jacqueline Indian 2000 Guineas (G1 1), the prime event of Sunday's nine-race card
Castlebridge, trained by Kolkata-based trainer Bharat Singh and to be ridden by Trevor Patel, is expected to assert his class in the Jacqueline Indian 2000 Guineas (G1 1), the prime event of Sunday's nine-race card. Going by the form pointer, there is no horse who can, at least on paper, pose any kind of threat to Castlebride, who is expected to win the feature event with ease.
The betting market may expect Bateleur (A Sandesh up) to follow him home, but I feel Costa Brava (C O'Donoghue up), who made a rather late debut at Pune and broke his maiden in second start, may show dramatic improvement and grab the runner up spot.
First race at 1.30 pm.
Nawabzada Rashiduzzafar Khan Trophy (Class II; 2000m)
Big Sur 1, In My Dream 2, Frivolous 3.
Cole Gold Trophy - Div II (Class V; 1200m)
Royal Ace 1, Milwalkee 2, Aquarius 3.
Satinello Trophy (For 2y, maidens; 1200m)
Firebird 1, Courcheval 2, Stormy Atlantic 3.
Gulamhusein Essaji Trophy (Class IV; 1600m)
Shangri La 1, Gentillesse 2, Albareto 3.
RWITC Ltd Sprint Challenge (For 3y&o; 1200m)
Denny Crane 1, Dancing Phoenix 2, St Andrews 3.
P M Rungta Golden Sprint Stakes (Class III; 1200m)
Beshiktash 1, Excellent Gold 2, Bunting 3.
Jacqueline Indian 2000 Guineas (Gr 1) (For 3y; 1600m)
Castlebridge 1, Costa Brava 2, Bateleur 3.
Cole Gold Trophy - Div I (Class V; 1200m)
Yutaka 1, Star Anise 2, Royal Blood 3.
Director General of Police Trophy (Class IV; 1000m)
Ascension 1, Rishab's Pet 2, Rock In Rio 3.
Best bet: Beshiktash (6-11)
Upsets: Champagne (5-12) & Ame (8-5)
Super jackpot pool: 4,5,6,7,8,9
Jackpot pool: I - 2,3,4,5,6; II - 5,6,7,8,9
Treble pool: I - 3,4,5; II - 6,7,8; III - 7,8,9
Tanala pool: All races.
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