Enceladus to shine in Kimberley

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Enceladus to shine in Kimberley

Brendan Gaillard: Enceladus is reportedly the sixth largest moon orbiting Saturn, is covered with ice and is very reflective.

Its horsey namesake could also shine and win on Monday at Flamingo Park.

This Gimmethegreenlight filly started off this season in fine form winning three times and was impressive when doing so and could win Race 5, a MR 68 Handicap today.

Trainer Sarel von Willingh Smit decided to give her a shot on the turf and took her to Turffontein and although unplaced and only fifth she was only 2.75 lengths behind an in-form Targaryen Queen.

Enceladus steps up to 1800m and it should not be a problem for her as she is well drawn and is a strong front-runner.

Von Willingh Smit looks the trainer to be with at this meeting as two other runners from the yard should run big races.

The A.P. Answer gelding Concealed Secret has not been under his care for long but already the astute trainer has got a win out of him.

Concealed Secret was a fair third on his local debut in September over 1200m and has improved in his two starts since then.

In his latest start Concealed Secret quickened up nicely late and beat Gauteng raider Tokolosh by a neck.

A three- point penalty for that win should not be a large enough obstacle to stop him from following up and scoring again in Race 7

Like her two stable companions, the filly Grecian Laurel has pulled stall No 2 and like Enceladus and Concealed Secret will be ridden by jockey Mathew Thackeray.

Grecian Laurel did not show much in her first two starts on the sand but has improved in her last two runs and could pop up and win Race 8, a FM 70 Handicap over 1200m.

In her penultimate start this Ideal World filly was only 5.10 lengths behind Phil’s Power in a Pinnacle Stakes and was not disgraced when fourth behind Mambo Lyric two weeks ago.

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