Stranger Danger heads handicaps for Chairman's Trophy

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Stranger Danger heads handicaps for Chairman's Trophy

Friday, September 18, 2020

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Stranger Danger, the American-bred, who just returned to competitive racing last week after a break of nearly a year, finishing down the track in an Open Allowance engagement heads the hanidcaps in the Chairman's Trophy which is set to be contested on St Leger Day - Saturday, September 26.

THE CHAIRMAN'S TROPHY (GR. I) 3-Y-O & UP GRADED/OPEN ALLOWANCE 1400 METRES

Ten (10) or more runners - $2,000,000.00

Nine (9) runners - $1,750,000.00

Eight (8) runners or less - $1,500,000.00

HORSES WGT TRAINERS

Stranger Danger 59.0 Wayne DaCosta

Toona Ciliata 56.0 Anthony Nunes

Sentient 49.0 Gary Subratie

Supreme Soul 49.0 Anthony Nunes

Superluminal 48.0 Ian Parsard

Father Patrick 47.5 Ian Parsard

Prince Charles 47.5 Anthony Nunes

Princess Ava 47.0 Anthony Nunes

Universal Boss (42.0) 46.0 Anthony Nunes

Action Run (39.0) 46.0 Gary Crawford

Harry's Train (38.0) 46.0 Ian Parsard

Enuffisenuff (33.0) 46.0 Anthony Nunes


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