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With just two weeks to go to the cut-off for entrants in the World Sports Betting Grand Heritage to prove their fitness for the handicappers, horses aiming at that R750,000 race over 1475m at the Vaal on Saturday 30 September are out in full force.

Four of them will be in action in Race 7 at Turffontein on Tuesday, a MR 80 Handicap over 1400m, and topping the list is Yankee Captain from the Sean Tarry yard.
 
The five-year-old son of Captain Al loves this 1400m on the Standside track and in five runs over the course and distance has won three and placed second and fourth on the other two occasions.
 
There is no doubt about his fitness as he won his last start on 6 August. He looks tailor-made for the Grand Heritage and is likely to be a force with a bit of luck in what looks sure to be a 28-horse field.
 
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