Jack Milner: Winter’s Awakening caught the eye when running on well to end up in second place behind useful Our Prized Jewel last time.
Jack Milner: There was a lot to like about the manner in which Sheer Talent won her last start at the Vaal.
Jack Milner: Perfect Air ran a cracker when second to Miyabi Gold in the Listed East Coast Cup over 2000m on the Greyville turf on 20 June and a repeat of that performance should she her coast to victory in Race 6 at Hollywoodbets Greyville on Sunday, a MR 94 Handicap for fillies and mares over 1700m at the same course.
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Jack Milner: As we move into the new racing season, thoughts turn to the three-year-old Classics and pundits start looking for potential winners of these races.
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Following a further course inspection this morning it is thought that due to inconsistencies in going and unsafe underfoot conditions, today’s meeting at Fairview due to be raced on the Turf will now be moved to the Polytrack. Please note that Races 3, 4 and 5 will be run over 1300m.
Jack Milner: Two sprinters from the Paul Peter-yard look set to claim the last two races at the Vaal on Thursday.
Jack Milner: Before Noon was narrowly touched off in the Grade 3 Gold Vase over 3000m at Greyville 11 days ago.
Jack Milner: Many pundits believe one run can bring a horse along immensely. So, if the trainers in Cape Town have given accurate assessments of their first-timers competing on Tuesday’s Durbanville card, it should open the door for some outstanding bets on the day.
Jack Milner: As the result of the two-month lockdown, there is some “carryover” from last year into the 2020/21 season which began on Saturday. One of those events is the third leg of the World Sports Betting East Cape Poly Challenge (Non-Black Type) over 1600m.