She's a Maneater will gobble them up

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November 25, 2016
SHE'S A MANEATER (Omar Walker) is eased at the line after scoring an impressive six-length win in the 12th running of the $2.95 million Cash Pot 'Only One For Me' Trophy over 1200 metres, race number one in the Supreme Ventures Triple Crown Series for two-year-olds on October 15.

SHE'S A MANEATER has Saturday's Pick-3 Super Challenge Trophy at her mercy, facing seven rivals, most of whom she has devoured in two unbeaten starts.

The flashy filly continues to throw her class around, zipping 1:12.2 at exercise last Saturday morning and, before that, galloped five-and-a-half furlongs in 1:05.3 the previous Friday.

 

Unstoppable

 

Having already cut her teeth on last month's 1200-metre Cash Pot Trophy, beating a really talented MONEY MAGNET by six lengths, Wayne DaCosta's filly seems unstoppable in her quest to land the Supreme Ventures Limited Triple Crown Series as she takes aim on Saturday's second leg at 1400 metres.

MONEY MAGNET disputed the Cash Pot lead into the straight but cried 'no mas', in splits of 45.4, when SHE'S A MANEATER changed gears and sprinted clear.

Until, possibly, distance catches up with her in next year's three-year-old classics, SHE'S A MANEATER has no peer as a two-year-old and will go down as the second horse to win the SVL series following PRINCESS POPSTAR's breakthrough in 2013.

SHE'S A MANEATER's sex allowance already tips the scale in her favour, running four pounds lighter than the four colts, two being her stablemates, MR UNIVERSE and ARMAGEDDON, neither of whom has her pace nor class.

DaCosta would, obviously, fancy himself closing the exacta with MR UNIVERSE, considering his handsome win on last. However, Richard Azan's MONEY MAGNET, now fitted with a tongue-tie, should be the horse chasing home SHE'S A MANEATER, whose only real rival is the clock.

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