Jack Milner: Fitness is the issue with which bettors will have to contend when looking for the winner of Race 6 at Turffontein on Saturday, a Pinnacle Stakes over 1800m on the Inside track.
Brendan Gaillard: The five-year-old Ontario gelding Beethoven has been running unplaced for a long time but put in a noteworthy performance last time out and could be worth a wager in Race 5 on the Fairview Polytrack on Friday.
Jack Milner: Champion trainer Sean Tarry has the new season off to a very respectable start with a 20% win rate and he and jockey Raymond Danielson can add another winner to their tally when Silver Spectrum lines up in Race 7 on the Vaal Classic track on Thursday.
Ken Nicol: Lightly raced Ultra Magnus could not have been more impressive last time, and despite facing far stronger can be expected to take a lot of beating in the Progress Plate over 1200m at Greyville on Wednesday.
Bonginkosi Nkosi : Sometimes it is not about who you beat, but rather how you beat them.
Brendan Gaillard: Satin Rock may have finished sixth last time out but was only 3.75 lengths behind Bright Flame and that form could be good enough to win Race 7, a FM 82 Handicap over 1300m at Flamingo Park on Monday.
Racing Editor: The jockey-trainer combination of Raymond Danielson and Sean Tarry can do no wrong at the moment and are sure to boost their already impressive 26.92% win-strike rate when the highly rated Wonderwall lines up in Sunday’s Race 6, a Pinnacle Stake over 1400m.
Jack Milner: La Bella Mia drops in class and is expected to win Race 6 at Turffontein today. Or, as they would say in Italian “La Bela Mia per Vincere”.
Jack Milner: My Dream Chaser returned from a short break on 24 August and based on form, looked the best of the runners that day. She had been racing against stronger and looked to have far better form than any of her opponents.
Jack Milner: Form at the course and low draws become the key factors once again in Tuesdsay’s race meeting at Durbanville.