Alan Greeff-trained Kingston Mines, who won last time out carrying 61kg at Fairview, has a bright chance to double up at the same venue on Friday – this time carrying 60kg and partnered once again by Greg Cheyne.
Jack Milner: Jockey Muzi Yeni has ridden a number of winners for trainer Joe Soma, notably a few Grade 1 champions. They team up again at the Vaal on Thursday in Race 6 and, while this is a mere MR 89 Handicap, Tirzan could well provide them another victory.
SUNNY BILL DU-TOY
Viv Greybe: Alyson Wright-trained progressive Sunny Bill Du-Toy could continue his winning ways on the Greyville Polytrack on Wednesday when teamed up with maximum-claiming apprentice Luke Ferraris in Race 5, a MR 80 Handicap over 2000m.
The Tsogo Sun race day at Scottsville in Pietermaritzburg this coming weekend confirmed its status as the sprinting pinnacle of South Africa when full fields of 16 runners plus reserves were carded for the four Grade 1 races over 1200m.
Ken Nicol: After mysteriously coming down with colic like symptoms which led to him being scratched from the World Sports Betting 1900 as favourite on Saturday, Glen Kotzen reports that Pack Leader is back in good health.
Viv Greybe: Corrie Lensley-trained Sussex has a bright chance to notch up her third career win today when teamed up with Muzi Yeni at Flamingo Park in Race 7, the R110,000 Kimberley Classic (Non-Black Type) over 1600m.
Due to protest action preventing horses from leaving Randjiesfontein, all runners from Randjiesfontein are scratched from todays race meeting at Turffontein.
Jack Milner: When one looks at the form of Unagi, the expression “horses for courses” comes to mind. Gary Alexander’s charge has raced seven times on the Turffontein Inside track for four wins and two places.
Ken Nicol: Elusive Silva surely booked his ticket for the Vodacom Durban July after an impressive victory from well off the pace in the Grade 2 World Sports Betting 1900 at Greyville.