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Log leading trainer Justin Snaith’s powerful stable was represented by a trio of winners at Durbanville on Tuesday.

The Snaith yard won the third with favourite Spam Alert, the fourth with the handsome Red Mars, and sent out Ideal World filly Talitha Borealis to land the day’s seventh race.

Talitha Borealis provided jockey Bernard Fayd’Herbe with a welcome back winner, with Fayd’Herbe having recently returned from a stint in Dubai.

Spam Alert and Red Mars were both steered to victory by Sun Met winning hoop Grant Van Niekerk.

Tuesday’s two bankers both arrived, with 3-4 hotpot Go The Distance cruising home to victory in the first and Ladysmith justifying 7-20 favouritism in race five.

Go The Distance, making her first appearance at Durbanville, won most fetchingly, when giving jockey Aldo Domeyer the first of two successes on the card. Domeyer went on to score a quick double in the second race, aboard the Andre Nel trained Kampala Campari.

Perovskia, winner of the recent Jet Master Stakes, did his KZN future no harm when finishing half a length off Kampala Campari –as the Russian Sage gelding was giving the winner 2.5 kgs.

The well related Go The Distance (her dam won six including the Listed Sun Classique Handicap) continued the great run that trainer Candice Bass-Robinson is enjoying with her juveniles. Bass-Robinson having sent out the well bred 2yo Fabian to score in taking fashion on Saturday.

Long-timer bookmakers’ friend Ladysmith ended a four race run of seconds when scoring a narrow win in race five.

There was a delay to Tuesday’s third race, when a technical problem occurred with one of the on-course cameras.

Tuesday proved a frustrating day for Brett Crawford, whose Cape Derby fifth Spring Man ran last as tote favourite in the second race, but the Crawford yard did get on the board when Harvest Wind broke his maiden over 1400m for owner-breeder Peter de Beyer.

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