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Lady In Black – Vodacom Durban July 2019 – Profile

Lady In Black - Horse 0 (Photo Credit: Candiese Marnewick/Gold Circle)

All the info you need to know about the 2019 Vodacom Durban July runner LADY IN BLACK. This Dennis Drier trained filly takes part in the R4.25 million Grade 1 race at Greyville on Saturday 6th July 2019. Learn more about this horse here. Get your bets on now now at Hollywoodbets

(Photo Credit: Candiese Marnewick/Gold Circle)

Lady In Black - Silks - White, black spots and sleeves, white cap

7) Lady In Black – 50/1

Jockey: Sean Veale
Trainer: Dennis Drier
Owner: Drakenstein Stud (Nom: Mrs G A Rupert) & Late Mr W J C Mitchell
Colours: White, black spots and sleeves, white cap

Breeder: Mr W J Engelbrecht (Jnr)
Sire: Dynasty
Dam: Mystery Dame by Jet Master

Age: 4
Colour: Bay
Sex: Filly
MR: 112

Weight: 53.5kg
Draw: 9 (20)

Career Record: 14 runs, 5 wins, 4 places
Stakes Won: R 1,596,875

Runs at Greyville: 6 (2 Wins, 1 Places)
Runs at 2200m Distance: 0

Notable Runs:
2nd in the 2019 Majorca Stakes (Gr1) – 1600m
2nd in the 2019 Paddock Stakes (Gr1) – 1800m
3rd in the 2018 Woolavington 2000 (Gr1) – 2000m
1st in the 2018 Umzimkhulu Stakes (Gr3) – 1400m
2nd in the 2018 Paddock Stakes (Gr1) – 1800m
1st in the 2017 Thekwini Stakes (Gr1) – 1600m

Trainer Comments:

Coming soon.

Winning Form – Magic Tips Comment:
LADY IN BLACK is the progeny of an ex-champion of the Durban July in Dynasty and this versatile, four-year-old filly hasn’t disgraced herself in mixed company recently having finished just behind them in the Drill Hall Stakes. She also had to, unfortunately, ease in the Rising Sun Gold Challenge as a result of race inconvenience in the latter stages. The Drier filly has a creditable victory over superstar Oh Susanna albeit in a Pinnacle Stakes. The Drier camp will fancy their chances in this prestigious race where the fairer sex does seem to feature from time to time. This well-bred daughter of Dynasty could be nice value to punters as she is currently at 50/1.

Verdict: Smart filly in fair form & 4kgs better off with DO IT AGAIN on last run.


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