Trevor Reid: There are several promising types to follow at Kenilworth where an eight-race card on the winter track is scheduled for Monday.
JOHAN JANSE VAN VUUREN
Bonginkosi Nkosi: For the betting public, the KwaZulu-Natal barrier trial system is a massive positive because it affords an in-form horse the opportunity to come into a competitive race having at least had a run under the belt, which in a way cancels out the disadvantage of ring-rust.
Jack Milner: Bold Respect looks drawn to turn the tables on Kasimir
With a book of rides that will be the envy of almost all his colleagues in the weighing room at Royal Ascot next week, Frankie Dettori has nominated Stradivarius in the Gold Cup as the one he is most looking forward to.
Jack Milner: Horace’s three wins have seen his merit rating rise 19 points (9.5kg).
Ken Nicol: Song Of The Forest can pick out a sweet melody for punters at Scottsville on Wednesday, where she lines up in Race 6, a FM 64 Handicap over 1600m.
Punting is not like playing Monopoly. There’s real money involved, and lots of it.
Racing Correspondent: From Kimberley to Chantilly.
BARAHIN(L) BEATS SOQRAT
Bonginkosi Nkosi: National jockeys’ championship title chase contender, Anton Marcus, rarely travels to Johannesburg without returning to KwaZulu-Natal with a winner or two.