Seattle Force debuts for the Hollywood Syndicate on Saturday 29th September 2018 at Durbanville! He runs in the 5th race MR70 Handicap over 1800m. Read Hollywood Syndicate nominee James Everett’s thought’s below.
The colt with the big white blaze has Hollywood stars in his eyes, for this will be the first time that the Mambo in Seattle dances his way down to the start in the Purple and Gold. Woodhill Racing and Hollywood bets pair up together for the first time ever this Saturday 29 September and word on the street is that this “dance off” should be a walk-in-the-park.
This promising, big strapping colt has really matured since his first start back in early June. Having won his maiden comfortably as a two-year-old in just his third start, it was just the experience he needed. The Hollywood Syndicate saw the value in purchasing a progressive type such as this and we look forward to seeing him “fly the proverbial flag”.
With Saturday’s race in mind, we see him as a fantastic betting proposition. We believe he has bigger fish to fry and according to Glen Kotzen “he shouldn’t have much trouble dispatching of this field, even if he is still in need of the run”. An objective thinker may feel that he tugged on the bit early on, first time out and if this is repeated due to pure greenness it could cost him. One could even add that for a horse that has just won his maiden as a two-year-old and is now facing hard knocking handicappers in his first run out of the maidens – he may be found wanting.
Horseracing is all about expectation and “the next big thing”, well we the Purple and Gold throw our hat into the ring with this dance move and we call it the “Seattle Force”
– By James Everett
Seattle Force was bred by Varsfontein Stud. Visit their website here.