Viv Greybe: Never out of the money in her five starts, Alan Greeff-trained four-year-old Saltire looks on target to make it four wins in a row today when she lines at the Fairview Turf track up with Greg Cheyne in Race 6 and top-rated event, a MR 88 Handicap (F&M) over 1000m.
ONE WORLD BEATS CHIMICHURI RUN
Ken Nicol: The expected North v South clash between undefeated colts Hawwaam and One World failed to materialise when the former failed to take his place in the Cape Guineas to be run on December 15 at Kenilworth.
Jack Milner: Greek Fire was expected to win an Assessment Plate last month in his first comeback run in seven months but let the side down and could only manage fourth place.
Ken Nicol: After a brilliant post maiden fourth in the Grade 2 Western Cape Fillies Championship behind rising star Clouds Unfold, Juniper Spring plummets to FM 72 level in Race 6 at Kenilworth on Wednesday, and really looks impossible to oppose.
Jack Milner: Lady Val can provide some value to bettors at the Vaal on Tuesday when she runs in Race 5, a FM 83 Handicap for fillies and mares over 1700m.
Vee Moodley has been appointed as the new National Horseracing Authority (NHA) Chief Executive Officer.
Viv Greybe: Though stepping up in class, front-runner On Your Life out of Stephanie Miller’s stable has a bright chance to recover losses at Flamingo Park on Monday when lining up with Jarryd Penny aboard in Race 6, a 1000m Pinnacle Stakes.
Viv Greybe; Sunday’s meeting at Scottsville will feature three highly competitive Non-Black Type contests.
LYLE HEWITSON CELEBRATES VICTORY
Ken Nicol: Sean Tarry’s Tilbury Fort flashed home from off the pace to win the inaugural G-Bets Summer Cup at Turffontein, giving his trainer an amazing fifth win in the opening seven races.