MIKE DE KOCK
Bonginkosi Nkosi: Big risk, even bigger reward.
Jack Milner: First of Sean Tarry’s army of debut winners comes under the spotlight at Turffontein today.
Brendan Gaillard: Consistency has been the key for Dancing In Seattle and she will be looking to notch up another win on the Polytrack at Fairview in Race 7.
Jack Milner: Rebel’s Champ may have to give weight to all the other runners in Race 5 at the Vaal today but he looks a division above his opposition.
Jack Milner: Three-year-olds are looking ahead in order to stake a claim in this season’s Classic races.
Brendan Gaillard: The Corrie Lensley-trained Lucky Veil was an impressive winner last week and should have a quick follow-up to that win in Race 8 at Flamingo Park today.
Bonginkosi Nkosi: National Jockey’s log leader Warren Kennedy isn’t riding at Scottsville today following a fall at Turffontein on Saturday.
Jack Milner: Fitness is the issue with which bettors will have to contend when looking for the winner of Race 6 at Turffontein on Saturday, a Pinnacle Stakes over 1800m on the Inside track.
Brendan Gaillard: The five-year-old Ontario gelding Beethoven has been running unplaced for a long time but put in a noteworthy performance last time out and could be worth a wager in Race 5 on the Fairview Polytrack on Friday.
Jack Milner: Champion trainer Sean Tarry has the new season off to a very respectable start with a 20% win rate and he and jockey Raymond Danielson can add another winner to their tally when Silver Spectrum lines up in Race 7 on the Vaal Classic track on Thursday.