Mike Moon: Port Elizabeth’s trainers have put together a race card from scratch in just one day, showing what a dedicated bunch of horsemen they are, fingers very much on the pulse of the game in the Windy City.
Viv Greybe: Following log-leading jockey Muzi Yeni looks the way to go today at Flamingo Park where he teams up with some bright prospects on the nine-race card.
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Viv Greybe: Five-time winner High Altar out of the Duncan Howells stable has struck peak form at Scottsville with leading jockey Muzi Yeni aboard, and though up in class the combination could be up to the task again on Sunday when switching to Greyville and contesting Race 4 and main event, a Pinnacle Stakes (F&M) over 1800m.
The World Sports Betting Grand Series Leg 1 and 2, as well as the Grand Series Consolation, will be run at Turffontein next Saturday, October 20.
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Jack Milner: It might be two weeks late and the race now has a different format but we will finally have the running of what was the Grand Heritage tomorrow.
Viv Greybe: Alan Greeff-trained Captain Marmalade, who has a definite affinity for the Fairview Polytrack, has a bright chance to make it six wins at the venue today when teamed up with Greg Cheyne in Race 7 and top event, a Pinnacle Stakes over 1400m.
Jack Milner: Speedy Kissable took to the Greyville Polytrack over the winter and came away with two wins from two runs on the surface.
Ken Nicol: Trippi’s Express doesn’t fit the usual profile of a five star bet.
Jack Milner: Make Your Move could be the one to benefit after the scratching of D’Arrivee at Turffontein on Tuesday. Ormond Ferraris is still teaching the youngsters a thing or two and seems to have a reasonable three-year-old with this son of Var.