Scottsville trainers’ comments

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Scottsville trainers’ comments

GARTH PULLER

Here follows the trainer comments ahead of Wednesday’s race meeting at Hollywoodbets Scottsville.

Race 1

Karen Anthony

No 2 Miller Man – He ran a nice barrier trial on the poly. He should prefer the grass and I’m expecting a decent run from him.

Wayne Badenhorst

No 10 Cardboard Cowboy – Is fit and well and can finish in the money.

Doug Campbell

No 11 Night Journey – Has been showing some nice work and I’m hoping to see improvement.

Dennis Drier/Stuart Ferrie

No 16 Darkest Dawn – He’s a nice horse and if not too green, should be competitive.

Julie Guthrie

No 13 Enzo – Choked up last time out so we have fitted the tongue tie. Expecting a better run

No 9 Solicitor General – His last two runs have been very good and I’m expecting him to fight out the finish.

Glen Kotzen

No 5 Stormin Norman – Has his first run for the stable but his work has been good and he should be competitive.

Garth Puller

No 6 August Red – He’s coming along nicely. He is looking for further but can be in the places.

 

Race 2

Wayne Badenhorst

No 6 Frankie Two Shoes – He’s fit and well. Trying the 1600 meters again and can finish in the placings.

Doug Campbell

No 10 Master George – If jockey Danielson can get him to settle in running he is capable of placing.

Dennis Drier/Stuart Ferrie

No 4 Eagles Vision – Comes back to 1600 meters and from a good draw should be thereabouts.

Dean Kannemeyer

No 5 Fade To Black – Will continue to improve and is one to include in all bets.

Paul Lafferty

No 14 Black Fox – If he can overcome his bad draw he will be a big runner.

No 15 Grey Linngari – Also badly drawn but could be in the first three.

 

Race 3

Doug Campbell

No 11 Stunning Guest – He’s working well and if he can get luck in running from his wide draw he should be a big runner.

Julie Guthrie

No 12 Thrace – Has been off since August last year and should need the run.

Glen Kotzen

No 7 Imperial Rage – Has his first run in KZN but he has been running against stronger in the Cape and he should be the one to beat.

Paul Lafferty

No 13 Noble Flight – Is well and should run a big race.

No 5 Wisp Of Glory – She’s been battling and has it all to do against the males.

Garth Puller

No 9 Cassius Colt – He’s a hard knocker and can hopefully run into the money.

No 8 Magari – He will probably need another run or two.

 

Race 4

Doug Campbell

No 11 Impact Zone – He’s drawn out wide but does like the Scottsville track and hopefully he can run into the places.

Dean Kannemeyer

No 12 Greek Sword – He’s been holding form well since racing in KZN. He is bred to go this distance but only the race will tell. Include in exotics.

Garth Puller

No 8 Twice Golden – He takes a big jump up in distance which is not easy but should be included in quartets.

 

Race 5

Dennis Drier/Stuart Ferrie

No 5 Blackburn Roc – Has been racing against stronger recently. This appears to be the right race for him and he should be competitive.

Paul Lafferty

No 2 Share Holder – If he can settle early on he will run a big race.

 

Race 6

Karen Anthony

No 13 Zadora – She’s well within herself and is always consistent. She does seem to prefer the polytrack but should nevertheless give a good account of herself.

Dennis Drier/Stuart Ferrie

No 6 Rule Of Law – Comes back after a lay-off and should be included in the quartets.

Dean Kannemeyer

No 11 Dive Captain – She has solid form and this 1000 meters should be right up her alley. It is a tricky race but she should be competitive.

 

Race 7

Doug Campbell

No 5 Ooh La La – She’s been working well and should be in the money.

Garth Puller

No 1 Inn A Minute – Takes a big jump in class and may not be quite ready for it. She is also bred for further.

No 12 La Bella – She’s drawn out wide but I’m hoping for a nice run.

No 8 Wishful Girl Linn – Has her second run after a rest and she may still need it.

 

Race 8

Wayne Badenhorst

No 14 Class Of Eight – She’s fit and well and if she can overcome her wide draw, can place.

No 11 Satin Slipper – Has her first run for the stable but is well and could place.

Doug Campbell

No 5 Kildonan Bay – Had a decent first run out of maiden company and I’m hoping she can make the frame.

Glen Kotzen

No 1 Apache Dream – Gets a 4kg apprentice allowance and she can be in the first 4.

Paul Lafferty

No 15 Bint El Malak – She has a very wide draw to overcome but is in good form and with luck in running will be running on strongly.

Garth Puller

No 6 First Sighting – Has her first run over 1400 meters and I’m hoping for a nice run.

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