Greyville trainer comments

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Greyville trainer comments

Trainer comments for their runners on the Hollywoodbets Greyville turf track Wednesday 18 September

Race 1
Wayne Badenhorst:
No 1 Just Prime – He’s a consistent trier and if he can overcome his wide draw, he should run a nice race.

Doug Campbell:
No 6 Valliant Knight – He comes back from a rest and gelding and does not have the best of draws. He could possibly make it into the quartet.
Garth Puller:
No 8 Backpacker – He’s a nice sort who is looking for 1800 meters and will benefit further from this experience.

Race 2
Wayne Badenhorst:
No 1 Frankie Two Shoes – He’s fit and well and enjoys the course and distance. If he does not use himself up too much from his wide draw, he should run another good race.
Doug Campbell:
No 7 Rocket Rhumba – Returns to track after a 4 month break and I’m hoping that he can place.
Garth Puller:
No 9 Cherokee Chief – He’s looking for more ground and will probably still need this run

Race 3
Wayne Badenhorst:
No 5 Lady Legend – If she can settle early on in the race, I expect her to be a big runner.
Brett Crawford/Peter Muscutt:
No 3 Tuscan Kiss – We have removed the blinkers as he tends to over race but does have a deep draw to deal with. Place chance.
Garth Puller:
No 6 Blush Of Dawn – Has run two good races in her last two starts and from a good draw, I’m hoping she can make the frame.
No 8 Miss Charlotte – She’s a bit in and out but if she can settle early, I’m hopeful of a nice run.

Race 4
Brett Crawford/Peter Muscutt:
No 4 Ultra Magnus – A repeat of his last performance should see him as the one to beat.
Dennis Drier/Stuart Ferrie:
No 9 Francisco – He needed his last come back run and should be included in quartets.
Duncan Howells:
No 3 Buffalo Soldier – He’s lost his form but does his best at Greyville and can be considered for quartets.
Paul Lafferty:
No 8 Buckleberry – He’s doing well again and has a quartet chance.

Race 5
Doug Campbell:
No 7 Eden Gardens Glitz – Ran a good race last time out and if she can get into a nice position from a tricky draw, she should be in the firing line.
No 1 Ooh La La – Has a big weight to carry but can run into the placings.
Duncan Howells:
No 9 Barinois – Has her first run back since her vaccinations and she can be included in quartets.

Race 6
Doug Campbell:
No 3 Jamaica Bay – Won a good race last time and I’m expecting another good run from her.
Dennis Drier/Stuart Ferrie:
No 2 Jacqueline – Ran a good race when just in need of it last time and has come on with the run.
Garth Puller:
No 8 Belle Of Paris – Needed her last run.
Duncan Howells:
No 1 High Altar – An honest mare who seems more suited to Scottsville but can be in the first three.
No 5 Little Audrey – She needed her last run and with her nice lightweight could spring a surprise.

Race 7
Dennis Drier/Stuart Ferrie:
No 9 Bank Robber – Needed his last sprint but may need one more to bring him near peak.
Paul Lafferty:
No 3 White Lightning – He returns from a rest but is talented and should be included in quartets.

Race 8
Doug Campbell:
No 8 Declaration Of War – He’s drawn a little wide but has a chance of finishing in the money.
Garth Puller:
No 3 Cassius Colt – He comes back from a long break and will need to regain his best form.
No 10 Drambuie – He is a nice horse who is bred for distance and will improve over time.
Paul Lafferty:
No 11 Edo Furin – Will improve with racing. Include in the quartets.
No 12 Noble Flight – If he reproduces his last run is one to consider.

Race 9
Wayne Badenhorst:
No 13 Irish Spring – Showed good improvement when trying a longer trip and I’m hoping to see further improvement over the 1800 meters.
Doug Campbell:
No 5 Ruby Cove – Does seem to prefer the turf track and I’m expecting an improved ran.
Paul Lafferty:
No 10 Dark Moon Down – Despite her wide draw, she should be a major runner here.
No 4 Shoot The Wagon – She tries the longer trip, hoping to place.
No 6 Wisp Of Glory – Returns from a long rest, will need it.

 

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