Brendan Gaillard: It should take a lot to prevent trainer Alan Greeff and American Landing from scoring at Fairview on Friday.
THE NATIONAL HORSERACING AUTHORITY RAISES MINIMUM WEIGHT FOR ALL RACES TO 54 KGS
MIKE DE KOCK
Jack Milner: Thursday looks the ideal day for declaring “Marshall Law” at Turffontein.
WARREN AND BARBARA KENNEDY
Ken Nicol: A first jockey’s title for Warren Kennedy looks inevitable, and the champion-in-waiting has a couple of excellent winning chances on the Hollwoodbets Greyville polytrack come Wednesday.
After due consideration, the South African horseracing industry has decided to further restrict the individuals who may attend race meetings.
Bonginkosi Nkosi: Apprentice jockey Cole Dicken was the talk of the town last season and has remained consistent this year with 25 wins so far, announcing himself as possibly the next big star in South African horseracing.
Brendon Gaillard: It is hard to look past the recent form of the Corne Spies-trained True Words who should be a safe banker for all the exotics at Flamingo Park on Monday.
Bonginkosi Nkosi: Although it’s still early days, conditioner Dean Kannemeyer could have a future star in hat-trick seeking Mount Anderson.
Jack Milner: Basadi Faith bounced back to her best in no uncertain terms last month and this Paul Matchett-trained filly can add the Grade 2 Senor Santa Stakes to her already impressive record.
Brendan Gaillard – Australian-bred Sir Frenchie looks to have the Polytrack Series as his main target this season with the first leg, the World Sports Betting East Cape Poly Challenge (Non-Black Type) over 1200m, being run at Fairview on Friday 13 March.