The distinction of a big run at the Greyville night meeting did not belong to Outcome alone, among Ready to Run graduates from the farm.
In Cape Town, the Dean Kannemeyer-trained Hlongwane (named for the Yearling Prep manager at Summerhill) came home lonely in the first on just his 3rd racecourse appearance, following two promising efforts which led to knee surgery.
He’d been off 266 days, but that didn’t stop Hlongwane, whom his trainer had labelled a few days before, as likely to need the run. If that was the case, this won’t be the end for this dapper son of Kahal, who’s been a constant source of attention from would-be Mauritian buyers, looking for a bargain during his convalescence.
Of course, owning colts is not our business, so anything with the “c” or “g” prefix to his description can be found for sale on our Stock Exchange, right here on the web.