Jet Set Go is the only unbeaten filly in the line-up and has won all three of her starts full of running. This is the strongest field she has faced to date though. Jockey MJ Byleveld had three winners on Wednesday so is on a high and the Jet Master filly is well drawn in stall No 2.
Grey Light, Double Whammy, Cold As Ice and Jet Set Go have all looked very good this year and a mouth-watering clash is on the cards.
Grey Light has done things the hard way since her debut win over the improving and subsequent dual winner Olma by competing in some big features. This Tapit filly was not disgraced in her fifth place to Bilateral and her sixth-place finish to Same Jurisdiction.
Joey Ramsden might have been a bit disappointed though that she found Acrostar 2.25 lengths too good for her on her return to the Western Cape.
Double Whammy is in great form and goes for four in a row but may be undone by a poor draw (11) but is capable of winning this.
Cold As Ice was beaten by Double Whammy on debut but has won her last two starts with authority and she is clearly going to win her fair share of races.