Kiltomey Simba in the limelight of the Sittingbourne Super Standard at Sittingbourne

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Kiltomey Simba in the limelight of the Sittingbourne Super Standard at Sittingbourne

All set for dominating the Sittingbourne Super Standard over 500 metres flat on Sunday, 8th July at Sittingbourne is the lightly raced two-year-old, Kiltomey Simba. He will be up against Holdem Impact, Tain Flip, Afternoon Nap, Musical Data and
Broadway Magic for taking home the £200 prize money.
The two-year-old started racing just this season and ended third in his career debut on 11th April, 2012 at Crayford over 380 metres. The race was won by Short Stroll in 23.76 seconds while leading by seven and a half lengths.
It was on 10th May, 2012 at Crayford over 380 metres that Loyal Honcho’s two-year-old black son struck his career debut success by timing the track distance in 24.39 seconds. Option Be was left at bay by 3 ¼ lengths to finish the closest to the
Two missed out races led to a victory post on 1st June, 2012 in the Grade A4 380 metres flat race at Crayford. His breaking from the second stall was not as smooth as could have been despite that he managed the track distance in 24.02 seconds,
and did that by a 3 ¾ lengths margin.
Settling second was, Juan Dog while Conger Sao filled up the third slot.
The two-year-old out of b***h, Ceili Zoe, won the straight second race on 5th June, 2012 at Sittingbourne over 480 metres. He fell into an early pace and was the first one to lead. He concluded the race in 29.50 seconds coming from the middle
after racing by the rails.
Getting defeated by five and a half lengths was, Crossfield Luca.
The prospects of striking a hat trick dissolved in the second position that he scored in the Sitttingbourne Super Standard – Heat 2 on 10th June, 2012 at Sittingbourne over 500 metres. The race was settled by Bandicoot Ripley in 30.46 seconds
while Kiltomey Simba lost the chance by 1 ¾ lengths, and took 30.60 seconds for joining the winner on the other end of the wire.
The final success of the B O’Sullivan trained was in the Sittingbourne Maiden – Division I on 24th June, 2012 at Sittingbourne over 480 metres. The favourite winner of the race rested the race in 29.19 seconds.
In case Kiltomey Simba holds firmly to the level of consistency then there is hardly anything that can stop him from winning tonight.
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