ASHLEY AND ANDREW FORTUNE
Jack Milner: Cash Time has been contesting Grade 1 and Grade 2 features over the past few months and although he has yet to win a feature, this four-year-old gelding has not performed too badly.
Viv Greybe: Western Cape trainers look on target to scoop top honours in the two Listed races on the nine-event card at Fairview on Friday.
Jack Milner: Clever Guy was narrowly beaten in his last start by Palace Chapel but Stephen Moffatt’s runner can avenge that loss when they line up again at the Vaal on Thursday in Race 5, a MR 94 Handicap over 1200m.
Viv Greybe: Champion jockey Lyle Hewitson could call the shots on Wednesday at the Greyville Polytrack where he has a strong book of rides.
Mike Moon: Ace jockey Anton Marcus flies from his Durban base to Cape Town tomorrow for just one ride at the Kenilworth meeting – and perhaps the hint should be taken.
Jack Milner: The race for this season’s jockey championship is likely to go down to the wire but Muzi Yeni seems to have a slight edge and could widen his lead on Monday at Flamingo Park.
Bonginkosi Nkosi: There is no better jockey to trust with safely delivering your BiPot or Pick 6 banker at the moment than Anton Marcus. He has a 30.21% win strike rate.
Jack Milner: Whether it be a princess, an empress, or an equine queen, royalty will be arriving at Turffontein Racecourse on Saturday.
Viv Greybe: Champion trainer Alan Greeff, who bagged Leg 1 of the East Cape Poly Challenge with Juan Two Three at the Fairview Polytrack over 1200m, has a bright chance to claim top honours in Leg 2 on Friday when he sends out Breakfast Club with Greg Cheyne aboard in Race 7, which is Leg 2 of the Challenge and to be run over the extended distance of 1400m.