Danie Toerien: Not enough form in wet to give bettors an accurate picture of what to expect at the Vaal on Tuesday.
Brendan Gaillard: Sometimes a simple change can have a dramatic affect and adding blinkers on Fleur Du Cap did the trick nicely as the four-year-old filly fought off some fair rivals and won comfortably by 2.50 lengths.
Bonginkosi Nkosi: White Lightning has the form to win Race 7 at Scottsville on Sunday.
Ken Nicol: As is often the case the Justin Snaith and Richard Fourie combination is responsible for the best bet on Saturday’s Kenilworth card.
Jack Milner: With eight live runners in the field for Saturday’s R500,000 World Sports Betting Grand Heritage (Non-Black Type) over 1475m, and the stable hitting top form, Sean Tarry has a great chance of driving home from the Vaal Racecourse with the winning trophy in his car.
Jack Milner – Translated from the French, Je Ne Sais Quoi is a quality that cannot be adequately described or expressed.
Brendan Gaillard: Dynasty gelding American Landing has only two wins to his name but one of those was the East Cape Derby in 2018, which he won by a wide margin of 5.75 lengths over Widow’s Lamp.
Ed Marnane: The UAE racing season cranks up a gear at Meydan on Thursday with the Listed Garhoud Sprint and Entisar Stakes, the twin highlights on a cracking card which will offer some clues for the upcoming Dubai World Cup Carnival that kicks off in four weeks.
Ken Nicol: Miraculously Ours is overdue a second win and looks good for a decent wager at Kenilworth on Wednesday.