Wednesday trainers comments

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Wednesday trainers comments

Trainer comments for the Greyville Polytrack Wednesday 13 November.

Race 1

Doug Campbell
No 10 Maxima – Has been off for 8 months so may need this run.
No 5 Valliant Knight – He’s been brought back to 1200 meters and has the blinkers fitted. If he can over come his wide draw, he has a moneychance
Dean Kannemeyer
No 14 Lundy’s Lad – He’s doing well at home and knocking on the door to shed his maiden tag

Race 2

Karen Anthony
No 2 African Diva – She will be fitted with the cheek pieces and has been showing some nice work, so I’m hoping to see an improved run
Doug Campbell
No 7 Kildonan Bay – Her two runs to date have been good and if she gets some luck from a wide draw, she is in with a winning chance
Paul Lafferty
No 6 Hathaway – Has a place chance
No 3 Katie’s Treasure – Has a good winning chance

Race 3

Shane Humby
No 3 Seen The Light – Should run well
Dean Kannemeyer
No 7 Pianemo – Has been over racing and if he can settle in running, he has an outside chance.
Kom Naidoo
No 10 Malay – Will be having his second run after being rested and gelded and I’m expecting to see improvement

Race 4

Dean Kannemeyer
No 9 Queen Of Beauty – She’s an improving filly and should be right there at the finish
Kom Naidoo
No 7 Double Twice – Will be going over a bit of ground which should suit her and she could run into a place

Race 5

Brett Crawford/Peter Muscutt
No 7 Gimme A Cohiba – He takes on stronger opposition than he has been in his last two but in his favor is his light weight. One to include in larger quartets
Dennis Drier/Stuart Ferrie
No 5 Sea Dance – Had a very good last run. He is working well and should be a big runner
Dean Kannemeyer
No 3 Kapen Pride – Is doing well and is one to include in Quartets
Paul Lafferty
No 6 Victorious Man – He’s weighted to be concerned in the finish

Race 6

Dennis Drier/Stuart Ferrie
No 2 Escape Club – Was a little disappointing last time but she is trying a longer trip and should be included in larger quartets.

Race 7

Dean Kannemeyer
No 5 Joseph Jagger – He’s fit and well and knocking for his first win
No 3 Slew City – Ran an improved race last time and is one to include in quartets
Kom Naidoo
No 8 Seattle Samba – Could sneak into the back end of Quartets

Race 8
Karen Anthony
No 10 Eastbrook – Has a difficult draw to overcome but with luck in running should give a good account of himself.
Dean Kannemeyer
No 12 Rumbleinthejungle – He comes in with a nice galloping weight and has a money chance
Paul Lafferty
No 6 Mokoko – Was beaten by the draw last time and is one that must be included
Kom Naidoo
No 3 Juniper Lane – Has his first run out of the maidens and has a small each-way chance

 

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