Holland against Sören Norberg, with Svante Båth as a Joker.
The final in the Breeders Course for the 2-year-old horses is dominated - at least in advance - by Holland.
Dion Tesselaar showed off his Climber in a dazzling state in the elimination at Jägersro. Then Paul Hagoort followed up with a double win in Wolvega where Kuyt F Boko won an impressive way before Kilimanjaro.
The Dutch trio also had a bit of luck in the draw and all three got fine tracks.
But Sören Norberg has been a skilled trainer of young horses throughout his career. Now he has both A Good Point and Philosopher to start. Maybe it gives a little indication that Kevin Oscarsson, first driver on Sören Norberg's horses, chooses to drive A Good Point.
Then it is clear that you can never count off Pucks Bounce and trainer Svante Båth. Winning at 1.13.5 on a slow course in the elimination carries with it respect. SEK 600,000 awaits winners in the final, which will be decided as race two on Saturday 26 October.
Entries, 1640 meters
1 Kuyt F.Boko, Robin Bakker
2 Climber, Dion Tesselaar
3 A Good Point, Kevin Oscarsson
4 Pucks Bounce, Erik Adielsson
5 Kilimanjaro, Ulf Olsson
6 Taste of Diamonds, Ken Ecce
7 Kailua Boko, Johan Untersteiner
8 Sanderson, Per Nordström
9 Gordon Brodde, Joakim Lövgren
10 Philosopher, Christoffer Eriksson