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The 2018 G1 Sun Met winner Oh Susanna is likely to be pointed towards the G1 Woolavington later this year.

A daughter of Dubai World Cup winner and breed shaping sire Street Cry, Oh Susanna made history when accounting for older male rivals in the R5 000 000 Met earlier this year.

Owned and bred by Drakenstein Stud, the 3yo filly was a first Sun Met winner for both trainer Justin Snaith and jockey Grant Van Niekerk.

Snaith said there was a “5% chance” that Oh Susanna would go for the 2018 Vodacom Durban July, citing her merit rating of 115 would ensure she had to carry a hefty weight for the 2200m contest.

The Woolavington 2000, won by another Met winner (Smart Call) in 2015, is a 2000m race for 3yo fillies only and will be run at Greyville this year on June 2nd.

Oh Susanna, whose G2 winning dam Sharp Susan made AUS$1.05 million at the 2012 Inglis Easter Australian Broodmare Sale Super Select, has won three of her eight starts, including the G1 Cartier Paddock Stakes, and has already banked R3 773 375 in prize money.

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