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The Vaughan Marshall trained One World maintained his unbeaten record with a courageous, front running victory over 1400m at Kenilworth on Tuesday.

Ridden by MJ Byleveld, the Captain Al colt dug down deep to fight back to deny Carnage victory by a neck –despite the fact that Carnage appeared to head One World.
A tilt at the Langerman could now be on the cards for the Klawervlei Stud bred colt, who had romped home by three lengths on debut.

Somerset 1200 runner up Arabian Air proved the disappointment of the race, but had excuses with the Brian and Kathy Finch owned colt breaking through the starting stalls before the off.

Owned by Etienne Braun, Ken and Jane Truter, and Braam Van Huyssten, One World is out of the Giant’s Causeway mare Aquilonia –whose dam is a full-sister to French Oaks winner Caerlina.

Dan Katz saddled the tiny Var filly Bouvier to make a winning debut on Tuesday, when the Louis Burke ridden two-year-old staying on strongly down the inside to register a half-length first out victory over 1000m in very soft underfoot conditions.

Bred by Avontuur Thoroughbred Farms, the 2yo Hassen Adams owned filly is out of the Western Winter mare Jackie O –a ¾ sister to Equus Champion Argonaut (by Western Winter).

Katz described his winner as “She shows nothing on the sand, but really opened my eyes when she worked on grass. I think she is very good although I don’t have the quality of horse needed to show us what she is really made of.”

Prominent owner Alesh Naidoo was represented by his first Snaith trained winner when two-year-old gelding Seventh Sea (owned in partnership with the Pillays) strode home to a hands and heels maiden win in the second race on Tuesday.

There are few horses racing in South Africa with an Australian G1 winner as a half-sibling, but A New Dawn, winner of Tuesday’s seventh race, is just a horse.  The four-year-old New Approach colt is a half-brother to Victoria Derby/Spring Champion winner Ace High.

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