Wednesday trainer comments

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Wednesday trainer comments

BRETT CRAWFORD

Here are the trainer comments ahead of Wednesday’s race meeting at Durbanville.

Race 1:

Andre Nel:

No 1 O Sole Mio has had a grass gallop and should run well.

Dean Kannemeyer:

No 4 At Your Request could need this run returning from a break.

Candice Bass-Robinson:

No 5 Princess Angeline is doing well but drawn poorly. Quartet chance.

No 9 Duchess Of State has a good winning chance.

Mike Robinson:

No 6 Casting Call will need the run and experience.

Glen Kotzen:

No 8 Duchess Of Malfi has had a few grass gallops and should run well.

No 11 Firstladyofflying has had a grass gallop and should need the run.

 

Race 2:

Candice Bass-Robinson:

No 8 Holy Warrior goes the 1600m for the first time which he should prefer. Hope for a much-improved run this distance.

Vaughan Marshall:

No 4 Forbach has blinkers on for this run. He is doing well at home and we are hoping he is in the money.

Dean Kannemeyer:

No 8 Track Attack is a lovely colt and he has plenty of scope. He will like this longer distance and will be very competitive.

 

Race 3:

Brett Crawford:

No 1 Khopesh is working well.

Candice Bass-Robinson:

No 2 Mist Of Time has his first run back. If he doesn’t need it too much he could have a money chance.

No 8 Fiery Fort is looking for this trip. Has an Eachway chance.

Peter Wrensch:

No 10 Watch This Tiger has not had a grass gallop but is extremely well and could surprise.

 

Race 4:

Brett Crawford:

No 2 Maningi Indaba has an Eachway chance.

Vaughan Marshall:

No 5 White Lace was unlucky last time out. He has an Eachway chance.

Candice Bass-Robinson:

No 7 Nan is doing very well, knocking on the door. Good Eachway chance.

No 10 Double Shuffle should improve over this trip.

 

Race 5:

Brett Crawford:

No 1 Norfolk Pine may need this run.

No 14 Super Silvano has a nice light weight and I am hoping for a better run.

Dean Kannemeyer:

No 11 Var’s Boy was very disappointing last time out. I think you can ignore the run and he must be included in exotics.

 

Race 6:

Brett Crawford:

No 1 Almost Captured has a big weight so it will be tough for her but she has been doing well at home.

Dean Kannemeyer:

No 2 Rille is an improving filly. She may need it a bit further but a good run from her is expected.

Candice Bass-Robinson:

No 4 Sailing Ship is having her prep run for the Fillies Championship. Doing well but may need it.

No 8 Elusive Rain is having a prep run. Should need this run back but will be running on.

Snaith Racing:

No 6 Ferrari Red is looking great at home and should run into the money.

 

Race 7:

Candice Bass-Robinson:

No 1 Roll In The Hay: 1000m may be a bit quick. Having a prep run for the season ahead.

No 2 Miss Honey: Prep run. Tough for these fillies under top weight in open company.

No 4 Vandah’s Spirit runs well fresh, could have a money chance.

Brett Crawford:

No 3 Vodka Lime needs to improve on her current form.

No 9 Too Cute is doing well and is coming off a good maiden win so I am expecting a good honest run.

Dean Kannemeyer:

No 11 Victoria Tower is coming off a nice run and should be competitive.

 

Race 8:

Vaughan Marshall:

No 1 Lloyd George needs to improve.

No 6 Baltimore Jack is coming off a maiden win in a hot field. I am a bit worried about Durbanville but he is very fit.

No 12 Red Eight: Hoping for a better run than last time.

Brett Crawford:

No 2 Parterre is having his first run for me so we will learn from this run.

No 13 Regimental is coming off a nice debut win but is not well drawn this time.

Billy Prestage:

No 8 Jean’s Man shows good ability at home and should be in the money.

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