With Justin Snaith landing another big race win at the weekend, trainer Sean Tarry will be keen to bag some of the big prizes on the Highveld and he has a strong hand in Saturday’s Peermont Emperors Palace Charity Mile at Turffontein. Snaith won Sunday’s R350,000 G-Bets Algoa Cup with Magnificent Seven, but Tarry could strike back in Saturday’s popular race which is being run under the Emperors Palace banner for the 12th year. "We’ve priced Sean’s runner Matador Man as the co-favourite for the race and I feel this is a race well within his compass," said bookmaker Lance Michael on Wednesday. "That said, I also feel stablemate Tilbury Fort could be a big player. He looks good each-way value at his current odds of 10-1," said Michael. Mike de Kock’s improving four-year-old Noble Secret shares favouritism at 4-1 with Matador Man in the Charity Mile. The son of Dynasty is also favourite for the Summer Cup on December 1. Johan Janse van Vuuren trains the third favourite Predator, who is ...

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