Kenilworth trainers’ comments

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Kenilworth trainers’ comments

GLEN PULLER

Here follows the trainers’ comments ahead of Wednesday’s race meeting at Kenilworth.

Race 1

Glen Puller

No 1 Dad’s Catch – Has had a grass gallop and should run well.

Justin Snaith

No 2 Favorita – Has had one grass gallop and should be in the money.

Glen Kotzen

No 3 Mifid Two – Sharp filly, should run well.

No 4 Musical Glitch – Put up a good gallop and could run well.

No 5 Ruby Rhythm – Should be competitive.

Mike Robinson

No 6 Spacial Aura – Nice filly, should run well.

Candice Bass-Robinson

No 7 Winter Peace – May need the experience.

 

Race 2

Adam Marcus

No 3 Alnwick Castle – Will need run but has ability and is one to follow.

Piet Steyn

No 11 What A Man – Had a grass gallop but will need the run.

Vaughan Marshall

No 9 Speed Of Night – He’s come on from his last run and should be a big runner here.

 

Race 3

Paddy Kruyer

No 2 Kindred Countess – Showing nice work at home, should run a reasonable race.

No 9 Adorable Alley – Decent first run, shouldn’t be too far off them.

No 1 Over The Way – Narrowly beaten last time, should again be competitive.

 

Race 4

Harold Crawford/Michelle Rix

No 7 Bold Diva – Should be in the mix.

Vaughan Marshall

No 15 She Will Rule – Her work at home has been good and I’m expecting big improvement from her.

Mike Robinson

No 8 Futuristic Dame – Expecting a good run over this longer distance.

 

Race 5

Paddy Kruyer

No 8 The Blues – He’s working well and if he stays the 2400 meters trip, he should be in the shake up.

 

Race 6

Dean Kannemeyer

No 2 Azores – May be a bit on the sharp side but should be included in exotics.

Greg Ennion

No 5 Winter Tango – He won a good maiden race last time out and is an improving sort. Should be in with a fair chance.

 

Race 7

Candice Bass-Robinson

No 3 Fabian – May need the run.

Glen Kotzen

No 7 Double Alliance – Rested, galloped and should run well.

Dennis Drier

No 8 Cartel Captain – Competitive, first run as a gelding.

Greg Ennion

No 2 Elusive Trader – Ran below par last time out but he is better than that run and I’m expecting a good run from him.

Vaughan Marshall

No 4 Agent Of Fortune – Will have the blinkers fitted and he should run a big race.

No 9 Ground Control – Returns from a break and should need the run.

No 5 Magic Sailor – Looks to be a touch outclassed here.

Mike Robinson

No 10 Call Me Al – Needed his last run after gelding so I’m hoping to see  improvement although he does take on a strong field.

 

Race 8

 

Geoff/Lucinda Woodruff

No 11 Destruction Boy – Came out of his last race well and should have a Quartet chance.

Vaughan Marshall

No 8 Red Eight – His last run can be disregarded. He should have a big chance of finishing in the money.

No 14 Spy – Small Place chance.

No 9 Winter Assembly – Small Place chance.

Mike Robinson

No 13 Forty Days – He’s course and distance suited and should be included in Quartets.

No 14 Wadi  Rum – Has a nice low weight and is capable of earning a cheque.

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